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The Jewish Floridian ( September 11, 1931 )

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 11, 1931
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

Notes

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 11, 1931
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:
AA00010090:00136

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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MORE THIAN TWICE AS MUCH LOCAL JEWISH NEWS AS ANY OTHER PAPER


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.Free Seats Provided

We have been asked to em-
phasize that free seats, will be
provided at each of Greater MI-
ami's synagogues for those un.
able to pay. "Come to Syna-
gogue" is the urgent invitation
extended to every Jew sad Jew-
ess. You will be made more
than wielme.

TALMIJD TORAH URGED
A number of prominent Miami
laymen are urging that a unified
Talmud Torah, not connected with
any of the synagogues, be estarb-
lished in the Greater Miami area
to take care of many Jewish chil-
dren whose parents are unaffili-
ated with any synagogue. A meet-
ing for this purpose is to be held.


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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1931


E unity Center

ansSubmitted

gaton Hall, well known
Bah architect, has sub-
complete plans for the
Sity center planned to be
iami Beach on the corner
iing the synagogue.
1e ~year more than four thou-
2k( llars was raised towards
action of the community
which will contain Talmud
roms, gymnasium, recre-
oms, banquet hall, etc.
Sfor the laying of the cor-
in February, to be the
event of the winter sea-
et now being prepared.
aof national note have
attend.

Society Completes
dit of Brotherhood

dit of the Brotherhood of
Shel Emes (Free Burial
which has been in prog-
the past six weeks hap
completed and will be
dto the Greater Miami
Cemetery Association at
meeting, to be held im-
yafter the High Holidays.
eprt covers all receipts
isbusemets 'rossl the
gof the organization to'
submits a cothnplete ree.
all Jewish deaths in G~reat-
miduring the past four


Beach Kashrus.

Campaign Begins

At a meeting of the executive
board of the Miami Beach Beth
Jacob Congregation, held last
week, the president, Mr. Harry I.
Lipton, was authorized to appoint
a "V'and Hakashrus" committee of
five members which, with the aid
of Rabbi Lazarus Axelrod as ad-
visory head, will inaugurate a
campaign to insure kashrus in the
sale of food products in Miami
Beach.
Plans provide for the placarding
of all stores dispensing kosher
foods and a constant supervision
of all stores under "Mashgichim."
Plans provide for the financing
of the system and a full control
of "shochtim" as well as store-
keepers. Full details of the ar-
rangements and the names of the
committee will appear in an early
ISSUe.

Ministers Attack
Dances In Schools

Led by Rev. H. C. Hardin of the
Riverside Methodist church, a del-
egation of ministers appeared be-
fore the Dade county school board
Wednesday for the second time to
protest against dances in the high
schools f the city.
Parent-Teacher Associations and
two church leaders, the Rev. Don
Henshaw, pastor of the Coral Ga-
bles Congregational church, and
Rabbi Dr. Jacob Kaplan of Tem-
ple Israel, spoke in favor of the
dances, contending the supervised
dances in public schools were pref-
erable to dancing in public halls
without supervision.
An amusing incident occurred
when Chairman James J. Marshall
of the board, in replying to a
question as to the origination of
dancing by Rev. Hardin, said that
the origin was hidden, but, "How-
ever," he said, "I find in the Old
Testament that David danced be -
fore the Lord." "Yes," replied
Hardin, "but he didn't dance with
some sister."
Rabbi Kaplan asserted that no
one forced parents to send their
children to these dances, and that
he favored the dances in the pub-
lic schools because of the super-
vision that could be exercised.

Jewish Service Men
To Get Furloughs


soar anoune s odrsh to pri
Jewish soldiers and sailors to ob-
serve Rosh Hashonah and Yom
Kippur have been issued by the
secretary of war and the secretary
of the navy.
Furloughs provide that the men
may obtain their leave effective
from noon Thursday, September
10, till noon Monday, September
14, and noon of Saturday, 8gltem-
ber 19, to noon of Tuesday, iSep-
tember 22.~
The Jewish Welfare Board will
arrange for religious services
where men residing at a consid-


erable distance from their hoqps'
are not able to leave their br,
and will make special p igC
for disabled men who artri~l
to leave the hospital.


Flagler Track
(r t TO OwnerS

West Flagler Kennel Club,
has been in litigation for
t several months, was re-
to the owners by an order
Federal court signed by
Ackerman of Tampa.
er the order the original
lition offer of twenty-five
at was paid in to the ref-
bankruptey's office recent-
the balance is to be paid
ngto the agreement that
approved by Judge Hal-

track will be operated this
if the permit is approved
voters in the referendum
obr 20, under a new man-
it. Prominent financiers
)associated with the new
ment in due operation ut


rDelicatessen
Is Assured for City

irding to an announcement
this week by Rabbs Isaac
ipner of the Miami Jewish
lox Congregation, a kosher
essen store handling only
which are strictly kosher
Proved by him will be open-
hin the next ten days.
3i Waptser will exercise a
supervision of the delicates-
,re at all timert"and every
tion will be taken to insure
osher ments only will be
Definite announcement will
de next week.
bi Wapner 18 co-operating
rationally known rabbit at
Buest of the local concern.


Arabian Editor Fined
For Inciting Articles

Jerusalem.-The editor of the
local daily, "Al Haiat," Arabian
newspaper and organ of the exee-
utive of the Arabs, was directed
to deposit the sum of five hun-
dried dollars as a bond for his
good behavior and as a guarantee
that he would print no further ar-
ticles tending to incite the Arabs
to attack the Jewish inhabitants.

MBMIORIAL SBRVICES .
Memorial services will be ob-
served i all the synagogues of the
Greatdi- Miami area on Yom Kip-
pur, Monday Sieptember 21, and
speelal sernions will be preached
by the rabbis. Prayers will be of-
fered for departed members.


Local Synagogue
Makes Innovation

For the first time in its history,
Temple Israel, local Reform Jew-
ish Congregation, will observe an
added day and will celebrate Sim-
chas Torah. It will inaugurate
"Jewrish Book Week." Services ap-
prop inte for the occasion will be
held on Sunday morning, October
4, at 11 o'clock, and the rabbi will
speak on *By Their Books Ye
Shall Know Them."

LECTURES PLANNED
The Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation is planning a series
o~f lectures during the winter sea-
son, at which national speakers,
both Jewish and non-Jewish, will
speak on subjects vitally affecting
Jews in this country.


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Phone 2-0621

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Incorporated
I. L. MINTZER
ACHCINERY OF ALL KIE
4135-445 N. W. 8th Street
Phone 2-4485

BUILDING SUPPLE
J. SIMPSONII
Building Materials
Roofing Paper, Asphalt
23 N. W. North River DriF
Phone 2-7251

DELICATESSEN
OSEDALE DELICATEEM
170 N. W. 5th1 Street
e Supply Your Every We

PHARMACISTS
RYAN PARK PHARMAC
Chas. Tannenbaum
Pharmacist
!g. Pharmacist for 17 Yeas
22nd Ave. and 8th St. S,

PIPE AND STEEL
SB. PIPE AND METAL
53 N. E. 25th Street
Phone 3-1355
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58 N. E. 25th Street
'. E. C. R. R. Phone 241

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now in progress. The school ses-
sion, beginning next Monday, will
be at 3:30 p. m., and will continue
until 6. Morning classes have
been conducted until now but with
the .beginning of the scholastic
term of the public schools, the af-

New Health Sanatonium
a11 -- ~l


The Junior Chapter of Hadas-
sah is conducting a magazine
campaign for a short time to earn
funds for the organization.
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The supper sponsored by the
Women's Club of the Workmen's
Circle last Sunday night at the
Arbeiter Ring hall was well at-
tended, a number of guests from
Tampa being present. Hostesses
for the evening were Mrs. H. Kat-
ziff and Mrs. F. Slaviter. Folk
songs were sung by the guests

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Sand Family 8

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Sand Friends sincere wishes a
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Friday, September 11,


THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN


Page Two


trn Talmlud Torah classes will
torc~noo Rabthi Axelrod will 'e
i chaun

A book olf Jewish interest in
E~nclish ir bering written by Rab-
hi L~azar~up Axel rod for a Nie w
Yor,!k publishing house andd 1 vl
appcar shor~tly-. It i- in end bt
as< a texthook fort the student ani 1
a B,ani~l)....k for the adlult, and will
also contain a number of artic e ;
hy dilstinguishes ilrit nd oftdiea.,v
nn Jewish fct\a n itr
laws.-


M~rs. Leah Wi\ener, 1040ii S. 11
Thirtent tua~ene Iohe 02

ization wiere discussed. P'lan fo !
the bridge part'- to be held rn
W'ednesdayv eveninn. September '
3 0. at the homer of Mrs ~. Matt ;
K~upperbergl., .322 S. W. Thir~t'-
first court, w~ere announced.

A business meeting orf the Yed!-
dedem Club was held last We'd-
nesday- night at K~aplan hall whii
the resignation of its president.
Jlr. Israel Dock, was accepted.
The vice president, JIr. WVilliam


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Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Rosenthal,
w'ho were away from M~iami for
their summer vacation, returned
last week and have resumed their
dental practice.


and quite an
spent by all.
alized for the


enjoyable time was
A1 tidy sum was re-
"Shule" fund.
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Dr. and Mrs. Barney Weinkle
returned to Miami Beach last


At a board meeting of the Mi. Tuesday after an absence of about Pallott. was chosen pre~ident toi Wider Scope Plans
ami chapter of the Senior Hadas. a month spent visiting relatives succeed him. Elaborate plans aref Ieea f ActivitieS
sah held last Friday afternoon at and friends in Atlanta. Dr. Wein- being made for an intensiv-e win- RenWRO
Burdine's Roof, the schedule for kle will nowh resume his practices. ter program for the orgFanization.
next season's events were agreed The tennis tournament which wa With the eight B'nai B'rith Hil- I
upon and will be as follows: Octo- >fr. and Mrs. Day J. Apte and to have been held last Sunday was le~l Foundations scheduled to open:
ber 5. formal Senior Hadassah daughter, Miss Alice, have re- postponed' because of the inclem- in ac many\ universities in a few
opeingandnovl lnchon;No.tured roma vsitin heeast. ent weather and will be held next wreeks. the B'nal B'rith WMiderl
vember 2, a regular meeting; No- Miss Alice will leave for Goucher Sunday, September 20), at Hen- Scope Commission is laying plans I
vember 25, baked goods sale; De-i College, Baltimore, immnediately der~son Park. Mlitchell Kiasanoff to r~enew- all its activities for the
cember 7, regular meeting; De- after the High Holidays. was elected to membership at the oming season. Brt
cebr14, $5 give-get-or-earn -*-meeting. A social hour and re- All of the seven B'nai Brt
luncheon; January 4, 1932, regu- Mr. I. L. Mintzer of the East freshments followed the busineussdistrict grand lodges have agreed I
lar meeting; January 26, musical Coast Bag and Metal Company session. to what Is known as the Borinstein
and tableau; February '1, regular and Mr. Meyer Schwartz of the -*- plan to raise funds for this work. I
meeting, and on February 22, Ha-/ Florida Pipe Equipment Corpora- Israel Dock will leave Septem- This plan, suggested by Louis J. R(
dassah ball. On March 21, regular tion have returned from a brief ber 14 to enter the University of Borinstein, of Indianapolis, na-
meeting; on April 18, regular business trip to Jacksonville, Fla., Florida at Gainesville. He will tional chairman of the Wider W
meeting, and May 2, regular meet- where they made a large purchase. specialize in the school of journal- Scope Committee, is that each
ing. On May 23 the election of! -I- ism and major in advertising. :B'nai B'rith district should raise
officers will be held and on May An important meeting of the; -t- ja quota equal to five dollars per B
30 the annual installation ban- Beth David Sisterhood was held' An important business meeting member. The resultant incomeB
quet will conclude the season's last Wednesday. The executive of the board of the Miami Jewishl will be used to carry on the work 1
program. board met at a luncheon in the! Orthodox Congregation wfas held of the Hillel Foundations, the A. 1
-*-~~ Talmud Torah building at noon, last Wiednesday night, at which ar- Z.AteAt-eaainLau (Re
Mr.Dav Aleroneof he ro-at which Mrs. Isidor Cohen and rangements for the High Holiday and Palestine house-building, as Cor.
prietors of the Rosedale Delica- MIrs. Harry Oliphant were the services were completed. Messrs. well as others activities o fthe
tessen, returned to M~iami last hostesses. The membership meet-/ Sam Futterfass, Charles Feldman, Wider Scope.
week after an absence of a month ing began at 2:30 and was ad- Al Mlechlowitz and Herman Mech- Seilefrsb sdrKds .&
visiingin Nw Yrk. drssedby r. LwisBrown, lowitz, under the direction of Mr.
-*- ~~~president of the congregation, H. M. Drevich, will act as ushersnaoalfld irtrofWer
Mlrs. Sam Mlarcus is still a pa- who spoke on "Co-operation, a Ne- and provide for the comfort of the Scope, met with success during the
tient at the Victoria Hospital, cessity for Success." Rabbi S. M. wrhpes hebadsrse summer, when he aroused greatAD
whee se i sowl reovrin Mahte, pirtua had f Bththe fact that those who reu-interest in several communities in
from a serious operation. David, delivered an interesting abet a r ecm n ilthe work of the W'ider Scope. He A
-+- talk on "The Relationship of Sis- be taken care of if application is is now in the east, conferring with
The tard pa ty sponsored by the terhood to Syinagogue." The Sis-/ made to any member of the seat-,o BnailB ith iade s oke Ii rthe
Senior Chapter of Hadassah last rh cad pasty sor itsS en ft To- ig comiee North New England Conference at FLAn
eoane, wa qit aG sucs de urnday g Oc ober 4. aln mhrg tt tubre Jos ph Rosentha Orc rd I aLbr a

esiclmers op an-headed by Mrs. Louis Weinkle. sec fsvrlmnh pn president of this conference. Telep
Mrs. Arthur Hirtenstein for the She will be aided by Mrs. J.Katz, New York. *
lade JIV c orA ille fr odthenmaen. i uks. B .r K l arandel Mrs. Sa MB Plans for the winter activities FLORIDA 5 and 10c STO
During the evening Miss Rose- Scheinberg. At this meeting a del-i of the local B'nai- B'rith lodge 11.iS West Flagler
mary Gerson sang. a number of egation fund was created to pro- provide for intensive educational: EXTENSI) TO ITS JEWISH FR
Russian folk songs, accompanied vide funds for the sending of a and welfare work. The Juniorl A HAPPY NEW
by M~iss Fr~ances Druckerman at delegate to the convention of the B'nai B'rith organization will be/
the piano. Miss Druckerman also Sisterhood of the United Syna-:l,,c. aidedc in,..~ it ffrstopoid o
played several piano selections gogues of America. the younger element, and work
during the evening. Refreshments --*--wl eudrae tteU ivr
were served and enjoyed by all. Mrs. B. Kandel has just return- sity of Miami among the Jewish S A IH G
-*- ~ed to the city after a nine weeks' students. The first meeting of the.
Mis Ait Sivema ofHoy-absence visiting relatives and organization for the winter sea- EXTENDS OUR JEWI
Okef, MIass., arrived here last friends in Baltimore and Wash- snwl ehl h istwe nSN E EW S E
Tuesday to make her home with ington* October at the Beth David Talmud NEW YE~
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Sil. Torah hall. Due announcement of --......
veran f MamiBeah. he ill Mrs. Julius D~amenstein and the exact date will appear in an Open Every Night Until September
be the guest of honor next Sat- aIu"Rhter, J1:ss Harriet Julian early issue of this paper. Thereafter on Wednesdays at
urday afternoon at a reception for Dnesen r iiigMs ._
her given by her parents at their Leidloff and Mrs. Abe Rosen in Registration for the Beth Jacoo Repnn etme 6
home. Asheville, NT. C* Talmud Torah on Miami Beach is HENRY J SMITHr


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More than fifteen tables of
bridge were in play at the card
party sponsored by Temple Israel
Sisterhood last Wednesday. night
at the home of Mrs. J. S. Fields.
Assisting Mrs. Fields as hostesses
for the evening were Mrs. Isaac
Levin, president of the organiza-
tion; Mrs. I. L. Seligman, Mrs. P.
Scheinherg, Mrs. B. L. Reisner,
Mrs. Mendel Cromer and Mrs. M.
Bronner. Prizes were won by Mlrs.
Al Jacoby, Mrs. Larry Fay, Mr.
Mendel Cromer, Mrs. Alex Gold-
stein, Mrs. M. D. Beldner, Lionel
Cassel, Henry Bulbin, and a prize
by Leonard Beldner. During the
evening refreshments were served.
-*-
-Registration for the Beth Da-
vid Talmud Torah began last week
and will continue for a short time.
The opening date for the Talmud
noae ndd Su earl emoo ll be

An important business meetings
of the Loyalty Club was held last
Wednesday night at the home of i


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SSTORES IN MIAMI AND WEST PALM BBACH


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Why suffer when health is so near
you? Write today for information.
When you are sick with heart,
nerves, stomach, women disorders,
diabe es, carci omab (as si),etc

with 20 years' experience.
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ma2 N, Byshr Dr ve, niam


SINCERE WISHES


TO Our


MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS




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The egg of today is better than rs ihu etGo to sleep without supper, but
the hen of tomorrow. rs ihu et

Who is rich ? He who is satis- Dignity does not consist of a
fled with his lot. silk dress.


t BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR :
tt1l a aa
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ab PAINTsl GLASS

2 FT. LAU'DERDALE : LAKEM WORTH : WEST PALM BEACH
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a HeartieSt and Sincerest Wishes for a Happy o
t and Prosperous New Year a
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I~CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR DADE COUNTY I




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TO ALL JE'WISH PEOPLE


We Carry a Full Line of
POULTRY AND EGGS


HTOPYN V DODUC C 8
MIAMI, FLORIDA


Isepler, Class IV, (to be arrang-
ed); Class V, Mrs. Frank A. Peri.
man; Class VI, Mrs. I. L. Selig-
man; Class VII, Mrs. Joseph Wil~
liamson; Class VIII, Mrs. Ben
Watts; Class IX, Mr. Frank A.
Perlman; Class X, Mrs. Marvin ~.
Bronner; Class XI, Mr. Henry D.
Williams. Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan
will be in charge of the schob~l.
Mrs. Gordon J. Davis will be in
charge of the office, and Miss
Harriet Kantor in charge of the
office. Miss Myrtle Zeients will
assist in Class II.
Every pupil in the school will be
required to register with the
school board which meets this
year in the temple office every
Sunday morning. The card which
the child receives from the school
board will be turned in to the of-
fice. No child will be accepted into
the class room without such a
card.

The Students' Bible Class of
Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami
Beach, will m'eet regularly every
Wednesday night at eight o'clock
until after Succos, to conduct the
regular course of studies under
the leadership of Rabbi Lazarus
Axelrod. All boys and girls of
Greater Miami over the age of 14
are invited to join the class. A
social hour follows the study.
-t-
Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan
will tender a reception to the
members of Temple Israel the first
day of Rosh Hashonah, September
12, from 3 to 5 p. m.

The next Happy Hour meeting
of the Junior Chapter of Hadassahl
will be held in the vestry rooms pf
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Sy ~a-
gogue on September 14, at ei ht
o'clock. Misses Betty Woolk,
Lena Weinkle and Evelyn Jamiso l
will be the hostesses.

Mrs. Morris Dubler, well known
communal worker of the Greater
Miami district, has left the Miami
General Hospital, where she has
been a patient as the result of a
serious automobile accident sev-
eral weeks ago. She is now slowly
convalescing at her home in Cor-
al Gables. i


f0Y

A Happy New Year

TO 1Miami JeWry
?7081
A Conscientious Public
'Worker
****


MatShall A. Campbell
City PrOcess Server

5 ;sallelllum1! Ininanous enallllinomnouanm nnnlnonorsnnnnnetiaianua-o a


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The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation will be the hosts to mem-
bers of the congregation and their
friends at a Simehas Torah party
which will be held in the beauti-
ful Succah of the congregation.
Full details will be announced in
these columns shortly.

Religious school of Temple Is-
rael opens Sunday morning, Sep-
tember 20, at 10 o'clock. The fol-
lowing teachers have already pre-

cl sss. toCl ss I, hM se Bern c
Watts; Class II, Mrs. Leon Licl-
tenstetter; Class III, Mrs. Herbert



g Rabbi o9
a ~Lazarus Axelrod a
a o
8 Wishes for all Jewry and a
o particularly the members and e
a officers of Beth Jacob Con- a
a gregation, Miami Beach, a a

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Extends to All Jewry and
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a Extend to all Jewry and C
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.aTo the officers and mem- a
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a Beth David and all affiliated
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it of the Rubinstein concerts,
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
1 Cromer, was held last Fri-
vening. There were 50 guests.
nd Mrs. Cromer will begin a
series of musicales at an
date.
program Friday night in-
l a paper read on the life of
.stein by Mrs. L. B. Safford;
it Opus 18, 'cello and piano,
!r Grossman and Eleanor
Linton; songs, "The Lark"
'You Are Like a Flower,"
ide Clark Rittenhouse and
or Clark Linton; trio, Opus
,ano, 'cello and violin, Fran-
)ruckerman, Estelle Cromer
iralter Grossman.

s Shirley Elkin and Miss Lil-
mn entertained recently with
prise party at Miss Elkin's
in honor of Miss Gladys Ab-
and Miss Bessie Levitt, who
;ly returned from Henderson.
N. C. Bunco was playbdr,
,rizes going to Miss Rose Le-
Albert Bernstein and Arthur
Iloff. Guest of honor gifts


ed by the audience. Rabbi Laza-
rus Axelrod of the congregation
delivered a stirring address on
"The Vital Necessity of Sunday
School and Talmud Torah to Mi-
ami Beach," in which he appealed
to the parents and members of the
community to co-operate for the
establishment of a community
center in Miami Beach and to fos-
ter the growth of Jewish learning
and education in Miami Beach.
Refreshments were served at the
conclusion of the exercises. In
charge of arrangements was a
committee of the Beth Jacob Sis-
terhood consisting of Mrs. Rebec-
ca Yunes, J. Caplan, H. Albert, I.
L. Mintzer, M. Barack, M. Bern-
stein and Mrs. H. Cohen.
Prizes were awarded to Gerald
Shulan, Arthur Baida, Eleanor and
Anita Barrack, Louise Nissen-
baum, Shirley Fleeman, Max Gay-
nor and Jack Mintzer.
-It-
Miss Millicent Rubin, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin of
this city, who attended Brenau
College last year, will attend the
University of Miami this fall.

The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregi-
tion will hold an important meet-
ing in the vestry rooms of the
synagogue on Tuesday evening
September 15, beginning at eight
o'clock. All members of the or-
ganization are urged to attend
promptly.
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Beth Jacob Sisterhood of Miami
Beach is making plans for a gala
Simchas Torah entertainment at
which the members of the congre-
gation, the pupils of the Sunday
school and the members of the
Students' Bible Class will be the
guests of honor. An elaborate en-
tertainment is being planned and
full details will e-an ounced in
these -c~olurnts s-hort 3.~r


-R-
and Mrs. I. Silver have re-
1from Baltimore, having
asfar as Jacksonville on the
llgheny of the Merchants
inrs Line.
c-*--
Jacob H. Kaplan has re-
from a trip to Buffalo and
ork City.

and Mrs. Charles Goldstein
turned to Miami after hav-
ent their vacation in the
They attended the wedding
ir son in Michigan.
-*-
s.N. Pritzker returned to
Last week after having
absent for nine weeks visit;-
er children, relatives and
isin New York, Connecticut
ster points north.

stWednesday night Congre-
nBeth Jacob held the con-
ig exercises of the Talmud
Sand Sunday school at. the
ogue under the direction of
iLazarus Axelrod. Taking
in the musical program were
Jeanette Haberfeld and Leon
way. Students of the Tal-
Torah were examined as to
proficiency in their Hebrew
biblical studies. Miss Elean-
arak, one of the Talmud
ppils, poke onC" he Va -
ugh Training in Hebrew and

reci tons i thethpeubren-

kMintzer, son of Mr. and
I.L. Mintzer of Miami and
SBeach, spoke in Hebrew.
ory of the creation was told
ery picturesque manner when
1Shulan propounded a se-
Sinterrogations and the re-
weemade by Joel Gross,
kBaida, Lao Levine, Anita
ful rendition of a series of
folk songs by Cantor Boris
jchman was greatly applaud-


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Six M~onths .. .... $1.00 a boy," writes an author. Andn our G;odly mission. Notwithstanding centuries of oppression anid
oneYea .. .. .S2.o olle--How did you get out of they aren't half so large. suffering, we do our duty--awakening humanity, bringing thern
Volume IV -NSumber XXXVIII. /admitting that yvour father was under the wings of the Deity-making our world ruled on these
F,ida, Septmber 1, 1931 :electocute? il'erly al our pesidthree principles-Din-Emes-Sholom-which must become thest becme th
Fridy, eptmber11,193 eletroute Nealy ll ur pesient ar universal conception of Fatherhood of God and Brotherhood of
~ ~ ~ Prosse--I said he occupied the good natured humane men, and its ln
Chair of applied electricity at one seems a shame that they are sub- Mn
Sof our public institutions. ejected personally to capitol pun-OuJwihrlgo wtotmyersmnnlyhm,
ishment. universal, liberal and progressive. Liberty, equality, justice
It is well to check up once in a --- and charity are the pillars of humanity.
While and be sure that everything Drain the cup that Life has filled F Ior that purpose let us begin, irrelevantly with a text aboutE
Sis going all right. I will tell you And put it before your lips-- our duties, concerning the importance of the material things in
Sof a good example that came un- Drink it down in eager quaffs- orlvs elta oehngpatclms edn oke
der my observation. The other Take not fearful sips! alive the spirituality of the Jewish nation, especially in this, so
morning Sam Johnson came into I f, from age, it's tasting bitter, in the case of the youth of today.
Smy office and said: Take it with a smile; jot ie.Ife htsmtigpatclms edn oke
The New Year "Good mawnin', Mistah Blank. Knowing that the sweetest spirits / The co-operation of all our brethren in our religious tradi-
KinI seyou pon a int,, tional field of Judaism is urgent. Emes--truth--should hover
Ki s ou hn mnt ill be ready in a while! f? v l h ainlatvteso usfrtemitnneo
The Niew Year festival is far "h t1, If it makes you drunk with pas- 1aoealtentoa ciiiso usfrtemitnneo
othe thn te mre penng ay, y cer ain y, am," sai s~nour orthodox life. Sholom--peace--shall be the star on the ban-
according to the olden Jewish Sam called his number, and, af- s rion i, iki ieamn ner of ~our holy work.
reckoning, of another year in the' te e iues at ad If it tears the soul within you, Fins edr forcnrgtos oitemmeso
flight of time. Unlike the Newi "Is dis Missus Wallingford ? I Drink it just the best you can. our Jewish community and nation, accept my wish--Ksive
Year celebrations of many ancien~ Wel eni e ae hr o Life won't always give the sweet- V'chismo Tova.
and modern nations, the Jewish all wanted a good cull-ed man. Is et iewntawy odyuu
New Year is not a time of revel- you still wantin' one ?-Oh, you Bust, liet De'th stlla fid you thirst
ry. It is a solemn season of self. got one?-Then de man you is got' ing '80RGR>JRMR from1: C'A.M)= J ~r;) --&'AMAMS
examination and self-judgment in is perfectly satisfactory, and you After you have drained the cup! i
the life of the Jew. Scripture pre- don't reckon you-all is gonna makte RABBI DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN
scribes a special symbolic rite for any change ?-All right, ma'am. EP, S EI
this day, the sounding of the ram's Dass all, thank you." TetrAtnat hl EPEIRE
Ihavre to ask you to leave if you
horn, the Shofar. Whoever huas Sam hung up the receiver and I persist in hissing the performers, GREETINGS
once heard during the New Year; felt sorry for him. ,
service the shrill notes of this~ "Now, that's too bad, Sam, that si mithers: "Hissing! I w-w-w-as So .~all membiers of the House of Israelty hereom an eerwere
oldest of wind instruments wdl ~the place is filled," I said. --ml --yn to S-Sandy To! Hally menbearso the Hous ofHma y:Solm Pae
never forget then. And the mean-' "Oh, dass all right," he smiled. thttessign a --mlyAHpyNwYa oyual
ing of this ceremony to the wor- "I is de' nigger what's fillin' it'i s-s-uperb."Maitba erohalhndheaifcinofhepy
shippers who listen to these notes but I jess wanted to check up on sical and spiritual needs.
in solemn awe is as stirring as ma efficiency." Buet n o h ih oee ay it be a year of religious interests of parents for chil-
the sounds themselves. Bt o f h i pwr dren.
Since days immemorial, the. Floods from the Mississippi may fellows a few days ago. May it be a year of respect and reverence of children for
sounding of the ram's horn on the be prevented by putting big dames 1 Well, I'm just the man you're parents.
New Year has been interpreted in in the river. looking for. I am selling diction- May it be a year of the qluickening of the joy of life, and
ar;nes," replied the agent. the dignity of manhood.
Israel as the clarion call to re- al- A
pentance and spiritual renewal,/ Quartz is the name for two ~~~ wis t opan si hmen.
saying: "Awake, ye sleepers! Be pints. iht opan"si h
not of those who miss realities in ---.. woman shopper, "about the flour 'G=<' .F"&se'O=.se2~,F~ o- from gC a ~ 'V~-A
their hunt after shadows. Con- Queen Elizabeth swore like a you sent me, it was tough."
sierrts. re de ; Euiyett your topeth ad painted herself and r"Tough, ma'am?" replied thej RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
all things; there is an Ear that ---. "Yes, tough. I made pies with q CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
heareth all things. There is a One mineral found in Canada is it and my husband could hardly H
Heavenly Judge with whom there conundrum. eat them." When God created the world--so the Midrash tells us-Hie
is n unrghtousnss, or orge- ydelightedE in its potential perfection. LOOKING INTO THEI
fulness, nor respect of persons." Mediaeval cathedrals were sup- Mrs. Reed (with newspaper): It Hebhltehapesthtis ord oudiv
And on the High Festivals the ported by flying buttocks. say heeta oa nOaa icounthes generations, and He was satisfied, therefore, with
Jew thinks not only of himself, -- has just cremated her third hus-
but of peace and blessedness for/ Francis Xavier was one of thne band. Man, also, must LOOK FORWARD--into the future -with
all mankind. In the most ancient pirates of Sicily. Miss Willing: "Heigh-ho! Isn't genuine religious faith in God and the ultimate good.
and solemn part of the services, that just the way ? Some of us Begin the new year with devout faith. Let your God-con-
both of the New Year and of the If you are very kind indeed to can't get one and other women sciousness be a vital factor in your daily life. All your troubles,
Day of Atonement, he prays God your dog it may follow you to your have husbands to burn." -fears and worries will vanish and cease to exist.
to hasten the time when the grave.---- The past is gone. The present is but a moment. The in-
mighty shall be just and the just .-Sonny sat on the lower steps, ture brings you treasures.
mighty; when all the children of A problem is a figure which you rosy face resting in two chubby LOOK FORW'ARD!
men shall form one band of brothr- do things with, which are absurd, hands.


erhod whn atina arognce ad then you prove it. "What's the matter, Sonny?"
and oppression shall have passed "Nothin'--just thinking. PGsGeQ away, like so much smoke from A small tea relieves a great sor- "What about?"
the earth. row. t"Thinkin ew Idumb itees ian, RABBI LAZARUS AXELROD

Mr. Littleton -What's the idea? Sensible men are always deaf to and put 'em on in summer." CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
These shirts are three sizes too unjust criticism. --Rosh Hashonah, 5692. nte ietn asd nte
big fr meYou kow my---e "What's wrong with the world, w ikle, aohrga-r ., Anoer mhiialeston passred, f nanoh
biM .r itl kon-- l IImhe big Great enterprises often result anyway?" asked the first pessi- ture We ano ergsrate hati Wesiag y eephysicallyblorceotula
from small beginnings. mist. hsclb eeoigtesiiul
sizes don't cost any more than the Sow the s eds f knweg o h v f G a m,
little ones, and I'm not going to "To much rope is being used for in your own Gareed o oledge, o the so lov o o and mepte tr anrat
have any store clerk know what a Don't cry over spilt milk; hus- making cigrrs and not enough to of Paradiise tn o dnL the stoul, anrepteeer nalt~ fruits~
shrimp I'm married to. tle around and get some more hang gangsters," growled the oth-M ottmnaifcin erntofsl--pae
milk tickets., er one. ofhave thishNew Yeatr mark the turning point in the history

Bonetwister--Dr. Jaremap's suc-! "You book agents make me so They have revamped the old life, the rekindeiendo lhe. fr ow, dawa n oe a ewand nobleerg
cess seems to be firmy established.l angry with your confounded nerve riddle: "What do elks have that Jew. as ntehato v
Neckbreaker Yes, he's had and impudent way of acting that no other animal has?" The origi. O God, inscribe us thi a t Bo Lf-f n h
"Out to Lunch" painted perma- I can't find words to express, my nal solution was "Little elks." The sense as Thou alone and retdaandet the Bo fLie-lfei
nently on his door now. feeling toward yea," said Elgie new answer is "Parades,, ds. mn












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ally gathering in intensity, a
murmur of sighs and lamentatons
resound throughout the city, echo-
ing over the distant hills. Ah, their
em ti ns loosened tei giv .

Wat 4 reVerberate with the melan-
choly echo of those hear L-rendmng
strains, forced from oppressed
bosoms, now rising to a wail, now
breaking dto a ch king s be sink-


Ial esirn esdawe-in piriang, in

the comforting walls, mn reveren-~
tial homage, they invoke the ten-
der mercies of the Most High .
"Ke Imcho Hasrlicho."
The day has passed in prepara-
tions, in short visits to fellow stu-
dents to crave pardon and forgive-
ness, and to offer their heartfelt
beaningofor the adnag Hyar hie

tiny fleecy clouds are drifting
dreamily through space: the Day
of Atonement is near at hand. The
main street of Hebron is now
bathed in a glory of pale silver, as
the moon, typically Palestinan,
Beams rsonizingly down from

eeard t he Yesh v, and Ile hr-
oughfares of this ancient city are
trnedd wirhthe B rhooi asm
threes to the Yeshiva for the eve-
ning service. Inside the institu-
tion some of the boys are engross-
ed in studying certain appropriate
selections of the tractate "Yom-
ah," and are drawn away by the
mystic language of the sages, into
higher spheres, soaring an ecstatic
flight far above the coarseness of
this world, into rarified Utopias,
where all is holy and godly.
The building is brilliantly 11-
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Trough the ethereal spaces,
away behind the towering

hpela("t'e te rly Mong sta


jekht inathe au frirmamn ,

ppur. On the distant horizon, a
nt dull yellow light creeps cau-
usly out at its noheturnal abode,

rdgold over the most ancient
cities--Hebron. Soon the Great
flourishing His Pencils of
rdsdraws a huge streak of

ac"":. where theh ang rr

sins of Judea, and the mighty
strh of the celestial planet?,
ruddy apparel, announces the
thof another day. With one
ep of her fiery optics, the sun,
now a dazzling dise of gold,
athe whole city ablaze with
or, and smiling forth upon a
rld yet fast in the arms of
rpheus, picks out a? medley of
ecsin her range of vision. The

u moon andt tar,ipr a dd se .

sof the Arab mosques, the
mmering dome of the Russian
reDavid's Braicha or water
in, the clump of pines and cy-
ssswhich encircles the "Eshel (
ham," Abraham's tamarisk,
these are but a few of the in,
erable forms and shapes that
he to life with the rising of the

used by the slanting rays of
shine which pierce through the
[f closed shutters, Hebron
retches itself, yawns widely, and
mmences its daily labors. Soon
blending of discordant sounds
a theio debut on the stage. T e

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esque shepherd boy and the dis-
tant braying of the asses, mingle
with the monotonous peal of the
came brlis eas both shepherd an

highwaifseof Hebron, dri igd s e

road, that winds snakelike through
the Emek, the valley, and trails
away aH log narrow white streak

Somewhere outside of the old
city, in a small unassuming stone
building, a different play was be-
ing enacted, forming a striking
contrust to tho tif outs Here

bers of the Yeshibath Knesseth Is-
rael, of Slobodka, are engaged in
repeating the- Selichoth. The at-
mosphere is heavily laden with a
solemn spirit of gravity and re-
pentance. Each boy is bent over
his prayer book, oblivious to the
world and its chaotic problems,
meditating philosophically upoil
the mysteries of the universe and
the fulfillment of his life's mis-

pst yar'is poedins oof te
moral improvements for the fu-
ture made possible by the year's
experience. Pondering deeply over
some slight error committed un-
der certain provocations, he is
alert to the future. His mind is
working rapidly; a blending of
mental visions, reminiscences both
bitter and sweet, memorable
scenes of the past are painted and
repainted on the canvas of his
brain mn quick succession. He is
awakened occasionally from his
reveries by the sonorous notes of
the reader, as he terminates the
various selections of the Piynt. In

te ah en rai gofedadwn, wIt ton

ing in a hollow of the Almemar,
the faint outlines of the building's
occupants are dimly discernible.
On the right hand of the Holy
Ark sits the Rosh Yeshiva, Rabbi
Moshe Mordecai Epstein; his pres-
ence casts a vast feeling of awe
and reverence over the hall. To
his left, in regal posture, the fig-
ure of Reb Leib, the Baal Moosar,
can be seen swaying sjhasmodical-
ly and convulsively, expressing his
emotions through the words of the
Selichoths--"Selach Lonu Avina
Ke Chotonu."
Two or three Sephardic paupers
are huddled together at the en-
trance, -clad in rags and tatters,
blinking dismally through half-
cloued eyHlds ,eyarehutBa he rt:

warded for their vigil. At the ter-
mination~ of the service, the boys
throw Milliemes and occasionally
Piastres to these stricken Jews,
who have probably never been
outside the precincts of Hebron.
' Direct from the Yeshiva, the
youths make their way to the
tomb of the Patriarchs, which is
situated in the ghetto 'of Hebron,
in the heart of the Arab quarters.
It is the custom here to visit the
tomb on every solemn occasion.
Only strict adherers of the Mos-.
lem reed are allowed to enter the
inner vaults, Jews and other
"aalens" being permitted to ascend
a few steps only to conduct their
prayers. Under the guidance` of a
few members of the Arab gen-
darmerie, who are present to keep


a str~ict watch over the crowd of
Arab urchins that gathers, to
witness Al Yahad at prayer, the
Bachoorimn commence the service.
In slow measured tones one of the
boys chants the opening words of
the Psalms "Shir Haamaaloth,
Mimaakim" "from the depths
of my soul I call to Thee O Lord."
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clay in the hands of the potter./
The lecture is over, and the eve-
ning service is repeated in great
solemnity. A new interpretation of
the words so common in the
mouths of the boys seems to dawn
upon them. Prayers are not sim-
ply part and parcel of the great
program of life. They are suppli-
cations and entreaties to the Most
High, invocation for the individ-
unl and the majority, a communion
with Highest Divinity, and a
means of maintaining one's spir-
itual welfare.
The service over, we leave th~e
Yeshiva and disperse in various
directions. A deep placid peace,
suggestive of ancient and medi-
aeval times when the Jew reclin-
ed at leisure beneath his vine and
fig tree, reigns supreme over the
city. The Arab populace is asleep,
and I indulge ~in a short stroll with
myi fellow student, W. B., an
American college graduate (Wil-
liam Berman, Philadelphia, who
was slain in the Hebron pogrom
of August, 1929.--Editor), to the
outskirts of Hebron. We talk but
little.. The cair seems too full of
holy sentiment to allow of its pro-
fanation by man's poor vocabu-
lary. I have spent many Jewish
festivals in different parts of the
world, but no religious holiday,
however quaint, however inspiring
and uplifting, can compete with a
Hebron Yom K~ippur, amongst
boys of such sterling character and
outstanding virtues.
Morning. The Yeshiva is full to
overflowing. Visitors from Jeru-
salem, Tel-Aviv, and the various
colonies of Palestine are here in
great numbers to witness the
giant spiritual program of Hebron
as it performs the traditional cur-
riculum of the Holiest of Days. A
gentle warm wind is blowing from
the south, and the dense vegeta-
tion of the peach and apricot
which surrounds the Yeshiva, is
swaying in obedience to its tender
caresses, amidst a multiplex rust-
ling and sighing, as though the
very trees were participating In
the Schachrith, the morning serv-
ice. Ah: the Holy Ark is open, the
scrolls of the Law are being taken
out by the most distinguished per-
sonnel of the Yeshiva. As they
stand thus, the scrolls held fast in
their arms, the short prayer is re-
peated in a low whisper .. "Lord
of the Universe, fulfill the wishes
of our hearts for good, yield our
desire."
The reading of the Law. The
sweetness of the reader's voice,
the depth of his soul-stirring
notes, the spotless purity that
manifests itself'through the eter-
nal words carries the congregation
away heavenwards. Intoxicated as
by deep draughts of aromatic
spices, they see the historical
scenes enacted before them. See


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Page six



Yom K~ippur In

Hebron

(Continued from Page Five)
luminated by numerous gas lamps,
and innumerable candles are ar-
ranged in various parts of the Ye-
shiva, throwing a lurid flare over
the scene: Neshama Licht-soul
luminaries. The Rosh Yeshiva, the
Baal Moosar and the principals of
the Yeshiva are all assembled in
their respective seats, enswathed
in Talith and Kittel, and are gaz-
ing with silent unconcealed pride
at .the boys, the product of their
united labors. The air is full with
hidden "Ruach Hakodesh," the Di-
vine Presence. Over the Holy Ark,
one could almost see the flame-
flashing Cherubim and Seraphim
and hear the rustling of their
multifold wings, as exultant and
radiant they acclaim the sover-
eignty of the Lord. Suddenly in
response to a sharp clap by one
of the boys, the voluble dialogues
of the youths cease. All retire to
their allotted seats, and the eve-
ning service begins. The cantor,
one of the older members of the
Yeshiba, is standing before the
Almemar, and in a voice, clear,
resonant and musical, he com-
mences the opening words of the
Kol Nidre. The words, suffused
with the melancholia of the Jew-
ish tradition, pierce all hearts and
play divine music on the heart-
strings of the enthralled audience.
Glistening dewy tears well to the
eyes of all present, as the, words
in their Machzorim suddenly come
to life. They see the tragedy of
the Jew, persecuted and oppressed
throughout the ages, as the can-
tor, in his deep bass voice, thun-
ders forth the annulment of all
vows. ."Ushvuosono Lo Shov-
noth."
All eyes are nowr turned on the
Baal Moosar, as amidst solemn
silence, with, with measured tread,
he ascends the few steps that lead
to the Holy Ark, and delivers a
short sermon before the com-
mencement of the evening service.
By his magnetic personality, and
eloquence of oratory, he easts a
spell over the boyBs, and they are
in his hands even as the plastic
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tional music of the Neilah Kad-
dish. Darkness descends suddenly
and unexpectedly over the soul-
inspiring scene. Two candles are
placed in the Almemar by the
Arah as rstant and by this dim
flickering light, the final items of
the day's colossal program are
brought to a close. A sudden
deafening roar~ pierces the air.
"Hear, O Israel, the Lord is our

Lodd oei Go ,s e Lord Hej i
God."
At the termination of the eve-
ning service the whole Yeshiva en
masse surrounds the Rosh Yeshi-
va, the Baal Moosar and the prin-
cipal, and amidst a medley of
lively refrains commence a series
of exclusive Yeshiva dances. In
wild ecstacy, they tear their way
round and round the hall, waving
their hands frantically in the air,
and uttering incomprehensible
songs of joy. Bursts of laughter,
triumphant and exultant, trium-
phant over Satan, and exultant
Plith the Gvi ore, hmajestye-emul
th oughdout the Yeshivathand s:1

Hakabod," the Heavenly Throne,
where the King ~of Kings in dread
lone splendor, is encircled by His
Heavenly Hosts, the rushing and
undulant sons of fire, who shout in
thunder that the Lord is King, the
Lord was King, the Lord shall he
King for ever and ever.

The Rosh Hashonah
MeSSage

Prepare to meet thy God, O Is-
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rgs to the love of God, and *
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Our Destiny

In a higher than their literal
sense the words of the liturgy are
true. Our destiny--our spiritual
destiny--are written down on New
Year's Day, and sealed on the Day
of Atonement. We write it down
in the pentinence with which we
greet the dawn of the year, we
seal it with the amendment which
we solmenly vow on the Fast of
Kippur. The time for penitence
is with us; the Fast .with its su-
preme task awaits us. Let our en-
deavors to see ourselves as we
rea ly are, our sorrow for our
shortcomings, the unrest of our
umshr cetn sos, prepare usT fr th

of Atonement shall lead us, with
hearts bowed in submission, to
the Divine throne; and God will
lovingly lift us up, absolved, for-
given, filled with the spirit of
faith and loving obedience. We
shall begin to live at last, to hive
before Him, to live the true life
which is inspired by the constant
thought of his presence.
--Morris Joseph.

The New Year
New Year dawn--what will it

Breeze inat will blow away
Darklisng cloud tag hId ie day,

Will it banish sorrow's tears,
Hearts that heavy burdens bear,
Misery and dull despair,
Heritage of former years?
Will its message joyous be ?
Will the tyrant's iron bands
Fall from off the captives' hands ?
Will the chosen be set free ?
New Y ar dawn-God grant it

Solace to each downcast soul,
And as clouds of darkness roll,
Sun with healing on its wings.


WISH FOR ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEWV YEAR


For He is come to judge the
earth;
He will judge the peoples with
eqiy-Psalms xcviii., 9.

Say among the nations: "The
Lord reigneth,
The world also is established that
it cannot be moved;
He will judge the peoples with
equity.
He wil Iughne te. world with

And the people in His faithful-

""' rls.. xev., 10os.

For the kingdom is the Lord's
And He is the ruler over the na-
tions.
--Psalms xxii., 29.

Rabbi Jochanan Ben
Zakkai

When the great Rabbi Jochanan
bn Zakkai was on his death-bed,
his pupils begged him for a bless-
ing.
"May your fear of God be as
strong as your fear of man," he
said.
"But should we not fear God
more than man ?" they inquired
"It would be enough," he said,
"if you take such care not to sin
against God as you do not sin
against man.'*

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~:1I OI(II Uln ~ ltU1UUWI(~1(UUU11 ( tinig rpresntaive ofthe powerful factor in the upkeep of tined
1 B ~~~~~Chesed Shel Emes, Sisterhood of its synagogue and it amdT-rs
3 tF~l C~rour~lattio
SChesed Shel Emes, Congregation rah. A willing band of workers (Co
1'174 Beth David, Congregation Beth who accomplish results.
SJacob and Miami Jewish Orthodox Beth David Sisterhood .. Ably
B ~By A WEARY' TRAVELER Congregation. Chaos is removed headed though handicapped by
I f~and definite order and peace is es- lack of sufficient workers. Main A1
....Um....................................,,,.....,,................,,, i.,....... tablished in Je wishcommunity of support of Beth David and its 2
Time flies on, waits for none, H. Kaplan, who was deservedly Greater Miami after ~more than Talmud Torah. Reorganized afterC
but as she passes through on her honored this year by his election secve~ral years of ill will and dis- a period of inactiv-ity.
journey, history is made. for a life term as its head. Its content. Beth Jacob Sisterhood .. Des-
The backbone of every Jewishl Sunday school is systematized and Local B'nai B'rith lodge under ___--- -------_--
community is its religious institu- under the direction of Rabbi Kiap- newf president begins to function
tions. The past year has seen the lan becomes an important fac- as an integral part of the commu- IR, and MRS. MOR:
establishment of the Miami Jewish tor in m'olding the characters of n ity's life. Luncheon club is or-*
Orthodox Congregation, conduct- Jewish children. gRanized by B'nai B'rith lodge. A of
ing its H~igh Holiday services at. Beth David Congregation, moth-' real future is predicted for the THE H
the Odd Fellows' hall, subsequent- er congregation of Miami, has as B'nai B'rith locally, provided new
ly organizing and purchasing a its head Rabbi S. M. Machtei, who life is infused.. Wih All a Happy ant
church which it has converted in- is teacher of the Talmud Torah; The local Zionist District electu e Ya
to a beautiful synagogue. Rabbi and leads its Sunday school. With capable head in Harry Simonhoff.
S. Grinstein of Palestine was its the coming High Holidays it defi- of long experience. With the ex-
first spiritual leader and Rabbi nitely and firmly adopts a Con- ception of several meetings it it:
Isaac M. Wapner is now its head servative policy in the synagogue inot functioning and rather leth-
and director of its Talmud Torah. proper. It tries to retain those who argic. Help must be given toIjR and MRS. I. L.
As its cantor, the welr known Rev. desire the Orthodox services bty president.
Nrathan Wroobel is officiating. providing for them in its auditor- A strong, local Mlizrachi orgpan- I and the
Temple Israel is fortunate lum. ization is formed under leadership
enough to retain Rabbi Dr. Jacob Beth Jacob Congregation, Mi- of Rabbi Isaac MI. WIapner as a East Coast Bag and I
anti Beach, begins to become a real result of visit to M1;iami by Rabbi
factor in the communal life of this i srael H. Weisfeld, M~izrachi rep- 445 N. W. EIGHTH
A Happy Newr Year section by having at its head Rab- resentative.
Shenandoah Poultry, bi Lazarus Axelrod of Palestine. Bikur Cholim is finally reorgan-
M kThe reorganization of its Talmud ized to provide for medicinal aid
Egg and Fish Mar et Torah is effected, Bible classes for the poor. I Exstend1 t9 All Best Wishes
O. D?. HARRISON, Prop. are organized and real Jewish life Atn attempt to organize a Yidf- an Prspros
1910 S. W-. Eighth Street is infused. Cantor Boris Schlach- dish dramatic club dies aborning.
---- man is in charge of services and Too many leading roles needed 1.
SHAPPY NEW. YEAR o organize boys' choir. Plans forlo enough o h io pt.
For Best Shoe Repairing the erection of a real community Senior Hadassah makes step
center andl Talmud Torah burildling forward by drafting able president A Dehicious New Ye
Molnar's Shoe Hospital adjoinling the synagogue come of Junior Hadassah. Organization
43?1 North Miami Avenue gradually closer to realization. progr~essing rapidly under new
3304 North Miami Avenue Dfnt oetwrsKsrso edrhp Laudable! step taken (S ...
Phone 2-4282 the Beach is made by forcing re- w hen it insists upon installationl
moval of kosher sign from non- dinner being held in kosher res-:
kosher butcher store. taurant. Destined to become a real
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Congregation Beth Israel, Rabbi. J"O a"S llCI LII
Rosenthal CalN emnbcmsissi-and sponsor of numerous social
itual leader and new life is felt in enstraefudfoitwok
and Daughter the congregation and rlgosAble band of young women will-:
school. relig~~iou ngf to work for a splendid cause.: )E F~E
Extend to All Their Relatives sc othe Beth El Congregation, shudo cultural idefPletn
and Friends Sincere W~ishes Rabbi S. Wrubel is succeeded byl Coni fJwshWmncoss r
for Rabi r. AexaderS. Keineldhead, of experience in social work.
HAPPY NEW YEAR of New York, who begins his du- Mc alai oilwr sa-0 ? -F< ;<~.~sy 44<4
ties these High Holidays. Icomplished. Son .educational work;M .adMSLUS GR
Organizations is stressed, but hot enough.MRanM S.LUSG SO
coocvocoseoncase A Hachnosas Orchim (Hebrew Junior Council of Jewish W~om-
ct Friendly Inn) is organized an~d e...soilyaiv.Pmintof
BO'S, Inc. functions well throughout the win-I at dances, etc. L (o)G R O
WHOLESALE ter season to provide for transient; Friendship League ...suppos- *
o> Jews who are stranded here. edly with a social duty to performs. 2141 N. W'. SECOND AVENUrE
a Sandwiches : Pies a The Greater Miami Jewish Cem-l Functioning, however, as a meet-;
3 eiaesnetery A~ssociation is formed con- ing place for the Jewish boy and iFf
S1150 N. E. Second Avenue acscneco noo g-;"l~(vjr~ ~ 5~i~ ~ ~ ~ iCirl. Can be made: to play an im-
a oa: r: portant part in local life. Splen Wish All ap n rseo N Yr
Phone 2-1734 c8 gA Happy New Year i3 did material to weld into an organ-aHpyanPrseosNwYr
a; Wishes All Its Jewish go E D. Sell, D. D. S. ci ization for real good.
SFriends *ol Yeddedem Club. young J w- O RM
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A HAP n RSPRU ntntn ig+ish men using valuable time for a cO$S cO~f4Cococococonotoocococoe##########
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Making progress and a real help
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rne 1.Friday, September 11, 1931--Twenty-ninth Day of Ellul 5691 Number 1.


Boys and Girls

Can you write a story of Jew-
ish interest? Or a poem, or a
joke or riddle? Sepd them in
to Uncle Judah. Have you a
question to ask about Jewish
history, Jewish customs or Jew-
ish current events? Inquire of
Uncle Judah.
Address UNCLE JUDAH
P. O. Box 2973 Miami, Fla*

The Gift of a King

A king of Persia, desirous of

aot gp esenhed hs en r~t- te s
ants with magnificent 'garments,
richly embellished in gold. Some
time afterwards, at a public cere-
mony, the king noticed that the
costumes worn by several of the
court-attendants were soiled and
stained.
Greatly indignant at the court
attendants for not taking care of
the royal gifts, the king banished
the guilty courtiers from his pal-
ace.

mThis story, ohurt rabbis ay l""
on the great day of judgment,
when every mortal will have to
present himself at the throne of
the eternal. For then, a Divine

idm sT ad tootev splendor
of the world, I endowed thee with
a pure soul, imbued with heavenly
qualities. To reward or punish
thee depends on the state of thy
soul. Let me examine it."Id
--From the Ta mu .

Apple and Honey

On Rosh Hashonah eve, the
master of the house distributes a
part of an apple dipped in honey
to all members of the household
and they all recite the short
prayer: "May it be Thy holy will
to grant us a happy new year as
sweet as honey!"

Doing a good turn daily is good,
buf`'doing two or three is just that
much better.

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lappy New Year I

Hashonah means "T'he
fthe Year." In~ the Jew-
dar, the first day of the
of Tishre is the beginning
awyear and is therefore
osh Hashonah.
an old Jewish custom to
one another around Rosh
ah time with L'shono tovoh
v.These Hebrew words
"May you be inscribed (in
k of Life) for a ~happy new

Jewish New Year cards
these three Hebrew words.
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some ont kovishes yu
rel nHebe with Gom
whinhmeans hw same to


Ring Of the Shofar

Biblical command to blow
ofar on New Year's Day
profound meaning. It says:
,ye sleepers, and ponder
ed;remember your Cre-
e o bcok ttoo Hi inpn
sin their hunt after shad-
nd waste their years jn
after vain things which
profit or deliver. Look
your souls and consider
t; forsake each of you his
ys anod thoughts, and e-
eryupon you. d
-Moses Maimoni es.

battle of a child out for a

an echo of his parents' talk.


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Extend to All Their Jewish Friends
Sincere Wishes
f0Y

A Happy New Year


And Moses commanded the Is-
raelites to celebrate certain holi- I
days throughout their generations.
These holidays were to remind ,
them of great and important i
truths: Passover--that our Godl


demands freedom from slavery;
Shovuos--that men and nations
must live according to the laws of
God, if they would live peacefully
and happily together; Succos--
that God is the source of all bless-
ings; to Whom we owe thanksgly-
ing; Rosh Hashonah--that God is
the Ruler of the universe, in whom
rst h* power ppe -tlife ant
wants us to atone, to repent and
live; and there was, of course, the
Sabbath, with its message that
man should rest from his earthly
labors and give thought to higher
things in life.
-From "The Bible Retold," by
Rabbi Michael Alper.

It Is Ever So With M~an

A fox eyed a quantity of lus-
cious fruit in a very fine garden.
His mouth watered longingly, but
there was no way for him to en-
ter. At last he noticed an open-
ing through which, he thought, he
might tphoessil g t allbtosoon

mit .his body. "True," he said,
"the hole is small but if I fast
three days my body will become
sufficiently reduced to admit me."
He did so and joyfully he now
feasted to his heart's content up-
on the grapes and the other good
things in the orchard. But lo!
When he desired to escape before
the master of the garden would
come upon him, he learned to his
great disappointment, that the
opening had again become too
small for him.
Poor animal! He had to fast a
second time for three days and
then after making good his es-
cape cast a farewell glance upon
the scene of his late revels, and
mournfully exclaimed, "Oh, love-
ly garden, charming art thou and
exquisite are thy fruits! But of
what avail has thou been unto me!
What have I now for all my la-
bor and cunning? "
It is ever so with man. Naked
he comes into the world, and naked
he must leave it. Of all his toil
therein, he carries nothing :.way
with him, save the fruits of his
good deeds.
-From the Talmud.

The Jewish Year

Listen my children,
2Andl you shaHl h hS
Of the Jewish year.
Nissan brings Pesach,
Then lyar, then Sivan
Which brings us Shovuos
When our Law was given.
Tammus, the hot month,
Then Ab with its fast:
Ellul then tells us
The old year is past.
Tishre brings New Year,
Yom Kippur and Booths,
Then Cheshvan, then Kisley,
With Chanukah's truths.
In Tavais and Shevat
There are holidays none,
Till Adar brings Pnrim,
And now my tale's done.


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The Holidays in Review


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PR(YTESTANTS DONrATE JlERUSALE NOW HIAS
$100~c TO HADASSAHI PAST~EC RIZED MILK

An unusual domination haas ben Dr. Lou~isa L Harris. former
r~eceive byi Had~assah, t~e~ Wom- he~alth colmmissioner of New Yoark


CJity, has announced that the pai-
teurization plant of the Stran
HIealth Center in Jerusalem main-
tained by- Hadfaosah. the W~omen'
Zioniat Organization of America.
is now in operation. This mean
that a surpplyr of milk, pasteorized
under the moszt modern scientific
conditions is available in Jersa-
lem. Americans vcisiting there may
now be assured of the purity ?f
the milk for their children. This
pasteorization plant Dr. Harri

'stbli Ihe in theofN rk Est. tr>
equipment was purchased by Ha-
dassah in America. shipped to
Palestine eas h et rpin derusalent

Klig~ier, head of the Derpan n n
versity and formerly- of Rolckefa -
ler Institute, is chairman of the

drty res Fnsibl fr ma tdai
ing the highest standards, so nee-
essary in the proper pasoteurizing
of milk. The plant has pased
through its experimental stage
and is now fully funcrtioning. The
establhmen Ik Pal pa ten z 3 a

one phase of an entire system of
preventive health work being: dL.
veloped throughout Palestine
Hadassah, the W~omen'sf Zio t
Organization.
Hadassah maintains a system of
21 Infant W'elfare Sttatonso giving
pre-natal care to expectant moth-
ers and babies. supervising the
care: and feeding of children and
following: up the well-beingS of the
family as a whole. In 48 Jew-iah
schools Hadassah maintains a
system of luncheons at which the
children are taught how to plan
menus, purchase supplies, tcook



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Extend to All Their Jewish
Friends
Sincere 'Wishes

A Happy New Year


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Phone 2-1234


edues~tion radiates from the ?;
than and Una Straus C~entn i
Jerusalem and Tel At; I '

at k, n de Ia cnic tirg ~3lp~
'aetic work. These and other ac ::- ~
ittes. sch as Health Sou e. are I
carried on with the role pur; e
of raining the health stanar.Or s
throughorti =he counrtry.;c thus u
pleme~nting :;E. CurativE work: done
in the Hadk~ama hosptitaflr. tlinie
an diipenlaries :hroughout. Pa:-I
estine~ For this work: the u.3:.r:s
Hadascsah members in 289 chap-
ters in the~ I'rited States raise a
budget of b-ye~.i*~ annua~lly.

HADASSAH DOING GOOD
W'ORK' IN THE SCHOOLS

In the report of the E ocai-tion
Depanrt~en: of :~ ofI~ aqnA-ee

iS~to aee m~r- Zoir nF
mpen al Zeion ta Oranizaton :iof

unc' Zinis- coos h I

giene wFork.
Although baicai~lly medical in.
their field. these two actintles-
have the highest degree of educa-
tional value. As pointed out in the
recn. -er-fz inches bo ah
the supervision- of trained dieti-
tians ii having a wide influence
in the homes. Children are not
onnly coming to ulnderstand the
importance of balancedf diets, but i
are graduall)- teaching it to their
mothers.
In the hygiene work, trachoma,
and skin diseases, have been re-
duc-ed to a minimum among the ,
Jewish children and the incidence
of contagious diseases for the en-
tire community has been improved
through it. The educational im-
portan-e off this preventive medi-
cal1 work is fully recognized by
the authorities in allied depart-
ments.
Funds for this work are raised i
by Hadassah. Separate commit-;
tees are responsible and work
throurb separate systems, so as
to avoid conflict w-ith other fields
orf effort. In the past years ap-
proximately- .3,000 children hae
received lunches and instructions

"chol avalu ssited bh- dt rs ad
nurses giving medical care to
amou 25,00 e ildretn and atoth
hygiene. Among the newer proj-,
ects of this department are clinics
for backward children, for par-
ental advice, and for advice to>
normal boys and girls who need'
guidance in personal problems.

A Happy New Year
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Wishes for a Very Happy and Prosperous
New Year





We OXtend sincere congratulations to
all Jewidh people in Greater Miami and
wish them a

HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NJEW YEAR


YOUR CRE~ IQGODBB


FridaySeptemberll,


THE JE~RISH FIA)RIDL~S


Pane Tae3F~


For a Prosperous New Year
Wie wfish you a Happy and Prosperous Newp
Year. You can help our wish materialize by
resohring to give preference to Florida.
grown and Florida-rnanufactured products
throughout the year.





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3IR. AND ~MRS. B. FLEEMAN'
and the..


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1043 W. Flagler Street

SINCERELY WISH FOR ALL
A HAPPY ANTD PROSPEROUS
NE'W YEAR


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en's Zionaist Orga~nizatio~n of Am-
erica. The sum of $100l was cof-
latedi~ by the Jusnior department
oIf nine Projtetant churches of Al-
bany. N. Yand forwa~rded
through the local Hadaszsah chap-
ter to the national head~qu~arters
in Newj~ Yorkc City. While co~ntri-
butilns are frequently receivedf by
Hadrfasseh from ruin-Jewirh org~an-
izations and indmvdural, they nrne
the less merit special note. Thse
gifts are concrete evidence of the

, mm~nir)evi n the hte th Wo
drone by Htladasah in Palestine.
'This particular gift will be used
to further whipe w huk >>I rcr


crm li W~~heablt p a~gram .of
curtative and prev~entive. Hospit-
als, clinics-, infant welfare work.


ALmerican Jewrish women, o~rgan-
izedJ under the name of Hadasah.
Their annual budget for all phase"
oif their wor~k is! $350j.000. Whisk
this sum is raised almost com-

thi conrto, sch gf as te o
from the young people of the
Protestant churches serve to, for-
ther thil most imporrtant phase u:
rebuilding a Jewish homeland in
Palestine.



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NEW YEAR




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To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year"


Mr. and Mrs. George Goldberg
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gulkis
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR



Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hirtenstein
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kahn
and Son, Arthur,
of Elizabeth, N. J.
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. M. Kaler
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kaufman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. A. Kirschenbaum
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Klein
and Daughter
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kotkin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kotkin
Wish All Their Relatives and

A HAPPY FriW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. A. Kronenfeld
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Fr eds
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


Mr. and Mrs. J. Lang
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Eli Levin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Louis ~Levitt
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mns. Hyme N. Levy

Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
.A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lewis
of Baltimore, Md.
Wish All Their Relatives and


Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. David Lindner
Wish All Their Relatives and
Prlends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mechlowitz
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Meyerson
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller
of the Mayfield Court Apartments
Wish All Their Relatives and

A HAPPYrienW YEAR

Rev. B. D. Mindel
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Mlintzer
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

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Mr. and Mrs. B. Ornstein
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


Mr. and Mrs. Moses Pallott
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
TFriends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pallott
ad Da ghte
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pallott
and Family '
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


Mr. Doug Raff
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Max Rappaport
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. H. Rose
and Sons
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. C3has. Rosengarten
and Family
Wish All TheirdRelatives and

A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Rosengarten
and Son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mrs. P. M. Rosengarten
Wishes All Her 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. Louis Safer
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Scher
and Sons
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. J. Schiff
Wish All a e ra llatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schwartz
and Family
Wish All, Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and a sF Harry Seitlin
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Miss Sarah Shochet
Wishes All Her Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

The Misses Ray U. and Esther V.
Wish All T hei latives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

SFrederick K. Shochet
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Simon
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Julius Simpson
and Cil ihN~orra I idSh pard
Friends
A' HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. F. Slaviter
and Family
Wish All Ti nRselatives and

A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. M. Steinberg
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tannenbaum
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner
and Daughter
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Dr. and Mrs. FBarnley Weinkle
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle

Wish Alla Te ra latives and

A ,HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wiessel
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Williams
Wish All Their Relatives and


Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wucher
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


Mrs. Rebecca Yunes
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


Mr. and Mrs. Nat Zalka
Sand Family
Wish All TenrRelatives and

A HAPPY NEW YEAR

WEST PALM BEACH

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldberg
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEWV YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kellman
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Heiman Moss
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

WiMr.A nd Ms. Ra tMeos an
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mrs. Mary Schrebnick

Wish All Telira llatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. Raymond Shensky
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vangrilder
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR



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Rev. and Mrs. O

aONathan Wroobel O

S and Family
WihAlTei eaie an
a a
SFriends and the Officers and a
a Members of the a
g Miami Jewish Orthodox
C~pagregation
a a
"Shnas Brocho V'hatalocho" a

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and Mrs. Raymond Bain
and Mother
All Their Relatives and
~Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR

s. David and Harry Bass
All Their Relatives and
Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR

nd Mrsd IPhilip Berkowitz
All Their a 1 tives and
Fri ends
HAPPY NEW YEAR

r.and Mrs. Sam Bloom
All Thi nRelatives and
HAPPY NEW YEAR

.and Mrs. Lewis Brown
hl All Their Relatives and
Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mrs. I. Buckstein
hes All Her Relatives and
Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR


r. and Mrs. Leon Elkin

ieh Alla Tei raRlatives and
Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR


r. and dMrsamMax Feit

h All Their Relatives and
Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR

and Mrs. Joseph M. Fine
All Their Relatives and
Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. Harry Freeman
hes All His Relatives and

HAPPYr sEW YEAR

adDMurs thyer F le man
h All Their Relatives and
Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR


and Mrs. Wm. Friedman
and Family
SA Teir Reaives and
Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR

and Mrs. Sam Futterfass
and Family
h All Their Relatives and
Friends
. HAPPY NEW TEAR


,September 11, 1931


Page Thirteen


and Mrs. Nathan Abramson
and Son
All Their Relatives and
Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR

r.and Mrs. Jack Apte
and Family
hi All Their Relatives and
Friends
. HAPPY NEW YEAR

rnd Mrs. Samuel Aronowitz
and Family
b All Their Relatives and
Friends
I HAPPY NEW YEAR
/Ir. and Mrs. Ben Atkins
h All Their Relatives and
Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR

and Mrs. Philip Augustine
and Son
h All Their Relatives and
Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR


and Mrs. H. M. Drevich

h All Thei au lives and
Friends
HAPPY NEW YEAR


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Best Wishes


A Happy and IProsperouS
NE W YEAR


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BIG MEN ~c~~ Fyc~~2 ~ i A NewYea Rsoltio Thre rewho prea~tcr r ry usneslcs does not rt
BIG EN Ne Yea Reoluion beautifully, but practice not their in one town, try another.
THE HOUR GLASS beautiful doctrine.
"I have just returned from a DO IT NOW- --- --Atnnoutosifho
convntin o advrtiingmen, (Cotined fom ageTen If you have a kind word-saay it: Charity is the salt of riches. no money.
where I met and had a delightful center in Miiami Beach. Young but Throbbing. hearts soon sink to: _

him es -idsomrit rs the na e-h ,f, r.ucinn vr lwyIf you rw a kindlne~ss-pay it; RAUZIN INSURANCE & INVESTIMENT C00
compelling literature," says a Life's sun hurries to the West. ,MEYER-KISER BUILDING
Numerous social clubs existing
writer in a current magazine. in Miami and Miami Beach of the Can you do a kind deed---do it, W~ishes for AllH Pi YFrm ns aYEAJewry at Large a
And dn'tyo knwthse ougerbos nd irs. neor From despair some soul to save, ISRE HAPPINESS BY KEEPING INSURED
professional highbrows are down- two book review clubs, etc., more Bless each day as you pass thr~u SI
right human, liebeflows. or less private organizations with: it, -- -----7----
"One of the highest paid x-little interest for the general pub- M marching onward to the gr~avc. .
perts of the lot took a leading lic.
part in a minstrel show, staged TeJwsWlfrBuau...Day for deeds are few, my brother A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAll
for the benefit of the delegates to Getyhniapdb ako hntdyflilyu oT L
the convention--and staged about iaca upotfo h Je isIf you mean to help another,
as ellas anya pofesioalpublic. Talk throughout commu- Dootdem o tnw...
show I have enjoyed.
nity is that it is a "close corpora- T R T
'"t was good to see this accom,- tion," ur belief to the contrary Ill-Gotten Goods J. N, (iveWt L in 0, Jr.
polished man throw his whole heart notwithstanding. Ably headed,; TAXS ASSESSOR FOR DADE COUNTY
into the business of making fun. more diversified board member- "W'hat induces theft?" asked a
And as I laughed and applauded ship should be had. After all, the schoolmaster of his scholarsL. One
the thought came to me that the Jewish Welfare Board should be answered "Hunger;" another "Ex-
secret of success is always to put at the heart of every Jew in Mii- travagance;" another "Envyv." But
yvour whole heart into what you ami. Something must be done to one, wiser than the r~est, repliedl, MRI and MIRS. L. ABRAMS
are doing* awaken the Jewish conscience.' "Receivers." "Well answ\iered,"
"And then the further thought W \hat is necessary ? sraid the schoolmaster. For KIing of the
that really big men are always Public Life Solomon says, 'W'hosoeverl is par~t- *lrn at *aellIc
really human men. The fellow who Rab r ao .Kpa is ner with a thief hateth his own 11 1OlR8
is uppish, and in order to reach chsnvc rsdn fEcag soul,' which means, he who derive 1.310 N. W. SIXTH AVENUE
whom it is necessary to get by Club is elected its head. Chosen gain from a thief by helping himi
hal a oze seretrie, trnsoutto represent Jewish belief in Dar-~ to realize the profit of the theft
to e rthr sal fr usaly a- ow debate, and ranksE first in is; thor~oug~hly dishonest himse~lf. Extend to All Best Wishes for a Happy and
ter we have managed to reach and of the two is the ~or~e culpa-
him. ~ ~ ~ ~ D~ puli opi e, president of Tem-. ble. This proverb is illustratedl in OprosNwY r
"Big men need no social armor. ple Israel, is chosen to executive the Mlidrash as follows;: A power-
Understanding and sympathy andl board of Community Chest and ful and wise prince once made a
love-yes, and humility--are some elected officer of Mliami Chamber law that the receiver of stolen
of the ingredients of their big- of Commerce. .property should be hanged, andi
ne~ss." Baron De Hir~sch M~eyer is chos- the thief go free. This caused Our Sincere Wishes for a Happy New Year
en M~iamni Beach city councilman. great discontent among certain
Splendid victory. :people who lived in luxuryc a'nd e~n-
RUBIN'S ~ ~Seymour Fox is chosen to box- tertained lavishly, and likewise J ,V N
RUBIN'S ng commissin. ~amongf others who had sufficient**
Tal o Jwis pliica cubissense 'to understand the true in- 1652 N. W. SEVENTH AVENUE
Bo y nd Fe de ~ dh ccmpihedrd ton be pru th c e The pinta, ani- "DRY KOLD" REFRIGERATORS
Works of. Mim n im ec e-dom of this edict, ordered all his Display Cases--Scales Meat Coolers
TH'ELTH SREET;5SD ish community growing stronger subjects to meet him on a large
1 dTESR E1. n nmbes ad siriualy po-field, which he hoad prepared for BARGAINS IN USED EQUIPMENT
BISCAYSE R)UI.EVARI)gressing;. h cain o t d b-
Phone 2-6611 Ma eponstct fore theyc metP he had the gr we
... city-wide Talmud Torah instead of pierced with a number of holes.
each congregation having its own. Tepol semld n h
WRECKER Miuch can be accomplished if un-l prince ordered various pieces of WE ARE HAPPY' TO EXTEND WISHES TO OUR MANY
SERVICE ;dertaken in the right spirit. meat to be strewn all over the JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
And so .time tarries not .ground, and a few weasels to be for a
"" we must be going. let loose. In a very short time
WCishes All :the weasels disappeared down the Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
A Happy New Year The lightsome countenance of a: holes with the meat. On the mor-
;dc id givethhe suohusea iwaer dt thowpp plepr aaina dsrimbue tht CINDERELLA BAKERY
jlodgeth as proudest palaces havel dainty morsels of meat, andi again
!cause to envy the gilding.--Sir; let loose the thieving weasels; but 1175 W. Flagler Street
Philip Sidney. he had taken the precaution to QU'ALITY PRODU:CTS AT FAIR PRJCES
Shave every hole and nook stopped
The most worthy crown is a iup. So when the weasels poune- -
Mr ant good reuain-amd ed upon the meat and ran with It c Gaes e o coco oeco
Mr. an rs. toward the holes, wherel, the day
*' before, they had eaten it, they
MRX Annucn ngA O~pen Tof a fon th oe lsdaantMAX'S DELICATESSEN
them; unable to dispose of the ;
Kupferstein Dr. ETER nwle m t tedrppe hI 1167 WEST FLAGLER STREET
7410 N. E. Nmnetieth Street
'and Family (Just East of Boulevard) when thieves can dispose of their
Phone Edgewter 1601 ill-gotten goods.' jj
Wish for All Their
Relatives and Friends on;cnvces eis hrceitc
and Jewry at L~arge c o xtendls to All Patrons and Friends
a; THE ciBy three distinctive signs we trace SineeWse o
A Happy and i lh,, ,1 T,2,,,, The! members of the Jewish race-- inee ihs o
Propeouso~w York De:1C~~l~iclatessen Aen dr t earteself-reverence, i ~HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
S and Restaurant QA~d patclbnvlne
NEW YEAR if ar ,-From the Talmud. a
": 2 117 N. E. First Street "v -$4 :::~:
Full Of Cheer and Joyif i o There is nothing like solitude /::~-~~.SP .-
O WISHIES ALL u for teaching us that we are not!
A HAPP NE YAR litary nothing lik liveakn"ss JOE REISMAN


o a strength may be ours.-Edna Ly K
all. 1 Osher Meats and Poultry
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day and Iomorrow

Frank Parker Stockbridge


enry Ford's order that every
ied man employed in his Iron
ntain plant must plant a veg-
le garden next year is an in-
ting experiment which willbe
cised by several different
isof people. Commission men
dealers in garden produce will
in it a possible loss of good
kets. And the people who think
an employer has no right to
ate to his employes about any-
g except their actual work in
factory will regard this order
an invasion of the individual
ker's rights.
ty own view is that the results
the Iron Mountain experiment.,
eords are carefully kept, as I
ame they will be, may prove to
the most powerful stimulus to
general movement away from
cities and back to the econom-
ndependence of the small land-
der who raises most of what
and his family consume.


Smy home county, Berkshire,
asachusetts, there are three
ortant industries. One of the
heral Electric's manufacturing
nts is at Pittsfield, the county
t-or, as the oldtimers call it,
"shire town." Nearly all the
ting paper used in America is
do in the mills along the Hou-
onic river, including the paper
which the Federal government
tsmoney and bonds. And the
stone quarries of Lee, Adams
West Stockbridge in good
rs pay the New Haven rail-
da quarter of a million dol-
Sin freight charges on build-
and agricultural lime.
one of these industries is run-
g on full time these days, but
see nd har li nle evidenced o

ss. One of my nearest neigh-
rshas eleven children at home,
ee more married. He works in
paper mill when it is running,
15 the milk from ten cows
ough the local branch of the
irymen's League, grows feed
the cows and a pen of pigs on
hundred acres, besides cutting
ough cordwood every winter to
ep his house warm. He is a lot
tter off than the city worker
10 has nothing to fall back on.


The fall of the Labor govern-
mt in England and the deser-
acf h nLabor part h e e -
es not necessarily mean the end
the Socialist movement in
eat' Britain, but it does mean
)t the effort to force social and
)nomic changes faster than they
Sbe paid for has failed. The
uble with almost every move-
nt for social reform is that its


MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING TO OUR MANY'
-
a JEWISH FRIENDS AN ERA OF

PROSPERITY AND HAPPINESS









YOU CAN HELP BY REMEMBERING THAT OUR

INTERESTS ARE YOUR INTERESTS

The future of Miami and all of Dade County lies in the hands of
the citizens and voters of Dade County.

g A vote for the approval of clean sport in the interests of the-
Sport-loving citizen and tourist is a vote for the progress of your
E city and county.

II A greyhound racing plant second to none, providing those thrills
E which only fast greyhounds on a fast track can furnish, is the
Sunexcelled record of which we are proud.

In preparing to give you a, winter season of greyhound racing
Better than ever before, with arrangements for the best in the
interestS Of the patron, we urge you to

E VOTE FOR THE APPROVAL OF THE APPLICATION



THE BISCAYNE KENNEL CLUB

Miami Home Owned

JIMMY GALLOWAY, General Manager


proponents want to change every-
thing instantly.
Great Britain's new government
is pledged to balance the budget
-that is, to cut down governmen-
tal expenses to a point where the
income from all forms of taxation
will meet them. That will slow up
such reforms as employment in-
surance and the national housing
program, but it will keep England
out of bankruptcy and help re-
store world trade, which in the
long run probably will be just as
beneficial for the workers. It
takes more than one generation to
change the course of social prog-
ress.

THRIFT
The president of the largest
savings bank in America is advis-
ing his 240,000 -depositors to stop
hoarding up their money, to- draw
it out and spend it for things
which they will need later and
which they can buy cheaper now
than at any time since the war.
That is good advice. True thrift
consists not in hoarding cash Ibut
in spending wisely. There never
was, and probably will not again
be, a better opportunity to buy a
home, for example, or the equip-
ment and furnishings of a home,
or any of the other necessary
things which do not lose their
value with 'the passage of time.
And every dollar spent now has-
tens the day when the dollars will
again circulate freely.

AGE
The average American is older
than he used to be. Twenty years
ago our average national age was
about twenty-three; now it is
about twenty-seven. Not so many
children, grown-ups living longer.
This change is bound to be re-
flected in every phase of life. We
will tend to take a more reason-
ed, less emotional view of social,
political and economic matters, for
example. We probably will lose as
a nation some of the pioneering,
adventurous spirit of youth. We
til nro xot value h urity n":
of twenty-one among the leaders
of our Revolution, the signers of
our Declaration of Independence,
the drafters of. our Constitution.
Today we look on a man of thirty
as rather too young for the seri-
ous responsibilities of government.
We are in danger of becoming
stodgy and conservative, as a na-
tion, unless more young men forge
their way to the front as politi-
cal leaders.


THE FAMILY DOCTOR

By JOHN J. GAINES, M. D.

IN REVIEW
Ho-hum! The millenial dawn
approaches, thanks to our medical
columnists. Every man his own
dietitian, his own self-culturist, his
own psychiatrist. The family doc-
tor is headed for the long vacation
when he shall have talked himself
out of a job for all time to come.
Among my contemporaries I
read that tobacco does not shorten
life; that the snifter of corn whis-
key is not guilty, nine times out
of~ ~ ~~' Ie.Ta ea n t don't


hav: m thingt. o do with
one's blood pressure that both
are actually essential to hitting on
all six. That health exercises are
often indulged up to a fatal point
incemay cas es That diet, rsa d
station of appetite.
WNhich knocks most of the med-
ical theories and speculative hy-
potheses into cocked hats--almost.
Every man his own doctor. He can
go on living, and, die in his turn
-so-he passes.
All of which is so much piffle,


,September 11, 1931


Page Fifteen


No two men or women are ex-
actly alike. Hence, there can be
very few set rules governing the
conduct of many. Here are some,
however, that I may say I use
myself :
Be temperate IN ALL THINGS.
No human ever uttered better ad-


or break your leg--or wife will
receive a visit from the stork--
just any old thing will happen;
then call the doctor, as you always
have done.


vice than that. Temperance in
eating, drinking, working, think-
ing, sleeping, laughing, sighing,
living, dying--temperate in all
things. Observe the simple rule
-and cut the doctor's bill to near
zero.
Then, you will catch the "flu"


others our own


Do not blame in
faults.


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THE JEWVISH FLORIDIAN


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SINCERE WIfSHES





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By J. LOUIS SHOCHET

country, even the entire world, is today faced by an unpre-
economic problem that has affected every home, be it in
n or hamlet. Conference after conference has been called by
ItHoover, governofs of the several states, industrial mag-
/bor leaders and civic organizations to try and devise means
bt and cure the conditions of unemployment that we are today
Ith.
rni is ~not unlike any other city in the United States. It is
y a city of the merchant with but little industry to provide
lent. We are a tourist city, first and last, and the sooner
te that fact, the better we can face conditions.
aks to the able legislators Dade epunty sent to Tallahassee,
le of this county and several others will on October 20 be af-
he opportunity of casting their ballot in favor of or against
racing.
Jewish people are part and parcel of the citizenry of the state.
ve been in the vanguard of every forward movement every-
rat has helped to create prosperity. The time has now come
.i and Dade county for the many Jews that have done their
citizens and have registered not to be content with that act
at to pay their poll tax and on Ocober 20 to register their
he polls.
a county must provide amusement for the tourists. That
mnt must be racing in its diversified forms. We come from
,e, which has been the home of legalized racing for many
We have yet to see any evil effects. It has been splendidly
and the patrons have been more than satisfied. Under the
ion of the State Racing Commission the horse and dog tracks
operatedd so as to reflect credit rather than discredit upon the
ity. Without racing Dade county may as well, in our humble
close up shop. The tourist will not come here without racing
tout the tourist--heaven forbid the outcome.
stand is plain and definite. We urge upon the Jewish voters
countyy to pay their poll taxes at once. On October 20 cast
e in favor of legalized racing.


THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Has the Largest -Circulation
of Any Jewish Newspaper
in South Florida--Bar None


Sa Statement

from the PUBLISHER of





that rumors to the effect that THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN was not entitled to the use of the
Union Label, have been circulated in an evident at-
tempt to injure this publication. This newspaper,
now over three years old, has always been produced
by Union craftsmen and has always carried the
Union Label on its editorial masthead. I am proud
to say that this is the case. It is the ONLY Jewish
newspaper in Greater Miami published under Union
conditions. I believe the excellence of its typograph-
ical appearance has contributed much in making it
the largest and most influential Jewish newspaper in
South Florida. My policy has always been to give
my readers the best and this will be the policy of
this paper in the future.
J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Publisher.

THE JEWVISH FLORIDIAN
Printed in Plant of
Miami Printing Company
107 South Miami Avenue


Emblem of
Allied Printing Trades Council of Miami
MIAMI TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION
MZIAMI PRINTING PRESSMEN'S UNION
MIAMI STEREOTYPES' UNION
MIAMI PHOTO-ENGRAVERS' UNION


Prominent Baltimorean
Succumbs To .SickneSS

Theodore Meyerowitz of Balti-
more, Md., died at his home last
week after an illness of more than
five months. He' was well known
in Miami, having represented the
Baltimore Bargain House (now
American Wholesale Corporation)
in Florida for more than 30 years.
He was a visitor to Miami during
that time more than twice a year.
Mr. Meyerowitz was active in
the communal life of Baltimore,
was one of the organizers of the
Brith Sholom order, of which he
was grand master for several
terms, and was a member of and
active worker for the Jewish char-
ities. He .was a member of St.
John's lodge of the Masonic order
as well as of the Scottish Rite.
He leaves surviving him his
widow and several children. Inter-
ment was in the Bnai Jacob lodge
cemetery, Baltimore.
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September 11, 1981


Page Seventeen


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Sincere W~ishes
for &

Happy and
PrOSperous
NEWV YEAR


BOb Simpson
Tax Collector
for ~
Dade County


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INSURE THAT HAPPINESS WITH THE BUILDING OF
STHE NEW MIAMI BEACH JOCKEY CLUB AND RETURN
PROSPERITY TO THE GREATER MIAMI AREA : : : :


More people for Miami, which means more money
to be spent in Miami which otherwise might be spent
elsewhere.
One hundred thousand visitors can be kept in our
community for an additional sixty days. If we are able
to hold an additional 100,000 people in our community
our merchants, hotels, apartment houses,~ roommng
houses, and mn fact every lIme of business will share mn
the expenditure of millions of dollars by the tourists.
Every new visitor to Miami is a potential investor.
Give him what he wants and he will become one of us.
Every additional dollar spent in Miami by tourists
helps you to pay your taxes, gives you and your family
better roads, better schools and better hymig conditions.


IT MEANS THAT:-


An expenditure of $2,000,000 or more in your com-
munity from which labor, merchants, contractors and
dealers will all profit.
Employment to approximately 1,000 men over a
period of months and to many local residents after the
plant is constructed-anid operating, as it is the intention
of the Corporation to use as many local people as pos-
sible in all departments of the plant.
The extending of the present tourist season at least
sixty days.
More people for the hotels, apartment houses and
rooming houses.


/


THE JE'WISH FLORIDIAN


Happy and P3rosperous New


Year


It is good logic to encourage outside capital to come into our community. We solicit your friendship. We believe a
racing owes ar debt to the community-at-large and hope that we shall be able to reciprocate by making the M~ia i,
Beach Jockey Club an outstanding institution whichfwill bring benefits to the Greater Miami area.


CLUB, Inc.


MIAMI BEACH JOCKEY


HION. T. V. O'CONNOR, Chairman of the Board


A FLORI[DA COriPORATION





Friday, September 11~
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Mr. and 1Mrs.
TOm Smith
of the

West Palm Beach
Baking CO.
W-ish All Their Friends a
Patqoffr in the Palm Beadl
and "Miami

A Happy New Yea;


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Wish All Their
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A
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NTEIW YE'AP


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THE JEWISR FLORIDIAN


Page Eighteen


/Rabbi L. Lehrer Goes
To St. Petersburg


regularly on the first and third
wednesdays of each month. By-Saig ofteTl

coan ore tahe fite aeaso an Adversity is the tu
the return to the city of the mem- the mind.
b~ers great progress is looked for-
w-ard to. -* teH ch esox is down, aa

Jl1 and MIrs. Nat Bleckner are
thr r aud parent.' of a daughter, i ;nr~nTo accept excuses shows a
named Pearl. born at Good Sama- disposV~ition
bia hpital.
ritanosp .Ignorance and conceit go


Tu y a?.af er hn ex dedetri inFiarst correct self, then
ll ashmgton and Newr York. rect others.

~Irs T.Simn Ietuned Friay'A tree is known by t
Mrs.~~ ~~ T.n Smo return Friay it
after spending three months atmabyhswrs
Clairmount. N. J., and in the Cats- Goddes r et
kill mountains.cresr


Rabbi L. LeRhrer. for a number
Palm 1Beach Rabbi Hurt IRabbi Kleinfeld Sends feashdofBtElCnr-
When Car Overturns' New Year's Message Fa in, n Ted alt tBea k. and
ville Jewish Center. now rabbi of
Rabbi Alexander S. Kleinfeld of By Rabbi Alexander S. Kleinfeld Bnai Israel Congregation at St.
them aEthM 1 rogeain o iest Congregation Beth El Petersburg. wrill be in charge of
~~~~WetPalm Beach wi rtnn o the High Holiday- services there'

nSjew or grai tyf roe ved aio "Stand ye in the ways, and see and in addition to hntigt

inhauries when nhi at assh ovr an skfrl nh el phs, wh re trad tiornal serl\-s a will prahe

accompanied by his son, who was soul. "Sing unto the ord a
also slightly injured. The car w~as new' song.' Social and Personal
completely demolished. Ev-ery religion must maintain
Rabbi Kileinfeld was elected asl its ties w-ith the past. The people. Beth El Sititer~hood eponsorecd a
rabbi of Beth El Congregation of of today are but links in a chain adprytthhmeoMr.
West Palm .Beach recently and that has come down through the Louis Davidson which was quite a
assumed his duties upon his arriv. ages. Jewish rites and ceremonials 'success both socially and finan-
al here last week. Based upon the Bible, traditioncal.Pie eeaaddfr
and Rabbinical law, must be car-
coonoconcesses a'-- ried on and developed by the ge?- hg crsadrfehet ee
ii"eration of today, in the spirit of sered.
IA Happ~y New Year ar the present. Mfay we sing unto --
"" athe Lord a new song of devotion Rfrm JihCogeton
SSEEKINS, Inc. : and loyalty and in the Newf Year! Beth Isr~ael of W5est Palm Beach
E LSIEFOIT resolve to raise the standard of will hold New- Year (Rosh Hash-
S udismt the lofty heights onah) services Friday evening at
20 eS. Olive A enue where it r~ightfully belongs, and' 8 o'clock and Saturday morning at
st m a thus walk in the good way and 10 o'clock. Rabbi Dr. Carl N.
Phone2-290 find spiritual consolation for our Herman w-ill officiate. His subject
--- sol for Friday evening will be "Some
OPEN~ ALLYEA Apects of Sacrifices" and Satur-
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Mlrl L. D~avidson of 5i25 Thirty-
second street has returned from a
month's- vacation spent in New
York.
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.Mrs. 31. Schrebnick had as her
puests ov.er the week-end her
.brother, M~r. Henryv Herzenberg,
.executiv-e secretary of the Y., M.
IH. A. of Jacksonville; also Mr.
and MIrs. Ed Herzberg, the Mlisses
Helen. Eleanor and Evelyn Herz-
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on the "Dilemma of Our Civiliza- aoooeoo
Holiday Mnessage tion." The choir, under the direc- +
~~tion of Jir. and M~rs. Harryv Hal- + Rab ndMs
By Rabbi Dr. Carl N. Herman pern, will render the musical re- A le S.Kened
Congregation Beth Israel ispon-ses. M~rs. 31. L. Pastroff will
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1Yerrr wc o~ ish for all Jewry, and par- O urSnees ih
In this period of economic de- -*- a ticularly the members and
pression, the advent of this N~ewf Quite a large number attended wrhiprso Coge ato r
Year has special significance. the Slichoth services at the Com-I a Blhpeth of West Pealmo B achr
There is danger that the various munifyv house last Saturday when "o
Jewish institutions wiill be made Rabbi K~leinfeld chanted the tra- o o Happy and Prosperol
to suffer seriously. If this be ditional melodies. EA HpyN Ya a:
permitted, when this temporary -t o a NOW YarT
deprssio ha pasedwe sall Rosh Hashonah services at Con- nscnoewewe
find a retardation that will take 4" to31 iS to ?st- *
a long time to overcome. This is tegaoion uty huEl wrida eve i "SA~M" g to
not the first time the House of nn t8ocok ab lifl
Isrelha bencale uon to ill chant the traditional services- an h u ayJws
mee~t a sEituation calling for the in accordance with the Conserva- 2 EAST COAST o
utos i zalan lyaty Mytiv~e ritual. Rabbi K~leinfeld will K S E MA ETFriends and Patroni
thles s N ew Yar brng usall the preach his inaugural address and, 11.3 N. Rosemary Street '
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: people. services will begin at 8:30, when an arn
the rabbi will chant the services A EY A o
It is not th~e amount of trade and the congregation w\ill respond~- NEW' YEAR
that makes the man poor o~r rich, by- Congregational singing. Thle i o:.;~p-can o-eaecesco~
but honest working and dealing.-- subject of the r~abbi's sermon is -
Talmud."The Wheels of Time." On Sat-
"""""""""""""""""""'""""r u rdayl night the rabbi wi;1 ll prac-h PALMV BEACH LODGE, 1146, B'NAI B'RITI
/ 1 ~on "The Efficacy of Prayer." On Extends to Its Members and Friends Sincere Best Wishes
cE ~Sunday the services wvill begin at~l For a
=8:30 a. m. and the rabbi will speak AP N RSEO E Y R
ion "Akedath Yitzehok, Israel's HAP AN PRSEOS EWYA
r OY Sacrifice Through the Ages."
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BnaioIsrael Dr an Mr.CalN The, children of Beth Israel re- an eictse
Cogrgaio Hema ligious school met last Sunday,: 403 CLEM1ATIS STREET WEST PALM BEAC
o~~~ ~~~~~~ morning to begin preparations for C Fmu o t sh Sy H e ok F
St. Petersburg, Fla. ExedoteSca avs etvlsr- 28isfrIsKse tl oeCoe o
a Wishes the officers and mem- on i I W Year's Greetmngs o ice. The school will hold its firstI Exed aIs~ayFinsan arn icr ihsf
hesof B'naiIrek C nge To All JeradMebr regular session Sunday morning, Etnst t ayFinsadPtosSneeWse
Petersburg, W. Pahn Beach, and Officers of Setme 27._ A Happy and Pros erous New Year
SJacksonville and Miami CONGREGATIONS BETH
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LITTLE THINGS
;hing is more interesting
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about their careers. Recent-
ter a golf game, I had such
,portunity.
companions were well-known
rs.
of them said: "I wasn't
of a student in college. I
S on both the football and
all teams, and I managed to
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lege athletics, trained to fight for
victory, and to keep up his chin in
defeat.
"Having made this list, the law-
yer asked his friends to recom-
mend men who met the qualifica-
tions. One of them named me, and
the lawyer remembered that he
had seen a football game in which
I was badly smashed up but was
still able to carry the ball across
the line for a touchdown.
"So you see," my friend con-
cluded, "it was that one little
thing, to which I never attached
the slightest importance, that
made my whole career."
When you hear stories like this,
and I have heard many of them, it
makes you think that there are no
little things. No operation is so
insignificant that a man can re-
fuse to give it less than his best.

Engagement of TampR
Girl I A no cd

The engagement of Miss Lena
Argintar, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Argintar of Tampa, to
Morris Coolik of Newnan, Ga., is
o ntrs ti Miaomianamp his A
se gr duhatedh from th Hillsbo ;

the owner of a department store
in Ne wna n.
Miss Argintar is well known in
Miami, having been a visitor here
Inany times. She is a niece of Mr.
Oscar Argintar, Paul Silverman
and A. Kirschenbaum of this city
and Cy Argintar of West Palm
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Page Nineteen


Mr. and Mrs.FOsea Argintar

Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends


y first job was in the office
country lawyer in a small city
ensylvania. There I really
work, preparing cases and
them, and doing my best
ster the profession.
could look forwara to earn-
nough to marry on, but could
o chance of ever escaping
that small town.
Se Christmas I visited my
in Boston, and while I was
a friend told me that a cer-
lawyer would like to meet
called at his othece the next
ng. We chatted for about
ur and then, out of a clear
offered me a partnership.
flabbergasted, but I man-
to stutter an acceptance. I
din with him a month later.
at firm I spent ten very hap-
d profitable years.
eday I summoned up cour-
oask him how he ever hap-
to make me such an offer
short an acquaintanceship.
isanswer was surprising. He
that for years he had been
secure more business than
uld properly handle. As a
ess getter he was a star; as
gnizer of an efficient force
as a, failure. He had hired
ant young chaps out of law
1, but somehow they never
oped as he hoped. Being bril-
,they expected to get results
,and if they were whipped
ple of times in court it brore
spirit.
nenight he went home and
own before the fire to ana-
his situation. He decided to
for an entirely different type
an; he listed the qualifica-


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after facts and motives in
age-old cancerous growth ila
mind of hulmanity. However,
put it as charitabir as I can,
solution offered is ratherhe
thought out, and furthermpon
not conducive to any real axitig
tion of the ingrained prejudia
Gentile against Jew.

An Israelite is prohibitedfr
deceiving even an idolater.-.T
mud.


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Statements such as the following.:
S"The electric refrigerator. for one
thing, takes a good deal of logie
out of dietary regulations," (p.
i310); or, "No leader of Jewish
'thought today is pounding home a
literal eye -for -an -eye theory"
(p. 313).
In the first statement, Broun
evidently has reference to the pre-
servativ-e and sanitary aids to
food, which he believes to be the
only sanction for dietary reg~ula~-
tions, being unaware of the fact
tat 43s t~lervan e of the bd ear
traditional ritual and ceremonial-
ism~ has a dee~per1 basis in the vier \
strong desiret of the devout toi leadc
their lives in accordance with thie
dicta and pr~cepts pr~omulgate~d by
the G~od of Izrael. W~ho is: their
leader, guide and mtafter; and also
in the powerful effect that folk-
ways have of cementing and uni-
fying the various individual mem-:
bers of a religious sect or group.
In the second statement quoted
above, Broun shows that he is uti-
acquainted with the existence of
Rabbinic Literature and the new
interpretation which the Sages of
the Talmudie and later periods put i
upon the literal wording of the
Scriptures. This is enough to show i
that when a man like Broun at-i
tempts to discuss theology, espe.
cially of a religion alien to him-
self, that he is very apt to be
talking "through his hat," to use
an expression which is not unfa-/
miliar to Broun's audiences. Since
when has Broun become so super-
ficial as to ignore the origin of n
distinctly religious festival like

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THE JEWISH FLORDA
SChristmas, as to say that "Christ-
prejudice ~ ~ ma tha exst inths ou-y and, practically
Christianity Only: jtry against the Jew, prejudice in wh llyis secular day" (p. 323). It
revery aspect of life--to see the i I take it, through such blinking
The Way Out of Judaism emergence of a newf Broun; aroun, I t' essential truths, that Broun
A Review of "Christisars Only" the religionist; Broun, the evan-i practically removes any Christian
By RewoodBros and gelist* Broun, the pleader *for: stamp rom, Unitarianism, and be-
GeorgeBrittUniversalism via the Christian lives Jews should accept Jesus
.church! Fi, Heywood; is this the! "as a teacher, or even as one of
By Rbbi arry8. Jcobs real Broun behind the girth of the prophets" (page 313).
Newark, N. J. good humor! It is all rather sur-: The first ten chapters, however,
prising. .. garnered from well nigh every
It was when I came to the last uthroeasthe case with ascertainable field of human asso-
chapter of the volume, "Christians most assailants of Orthodoxy, ciation and endeavor, are a fear-
Only," that I was reminded of Broun has a very inaccurate con- less, straightforward enumeration
"the tail that wagged the dog;" ception of the bases for belief and of facts without the least attempt
for in that tail end portion of the ritual in the Jewish traditional to gloss over any unpleasantness
book, we see the author's reaction faith. His deplorable ignorance in or t iiaetebte at ht
~n v~n)~ia ~p~nrpp~l~ Te~fU~ mater isvey evident in certain groups of readers may


ev yrr1 g~ p ~u-
entire preliminary part of the
book, the factual part, which is
crammed so chockfull of the facts,
!data, and incidents of anti-Jew-


feel. In doing that, Heywood
Broun has admittedly done what
waas expected of him. Whether
such pitiless publicity for the in-
cidents of prejudice is worthwhile, )
Sis still. I believe, a moot question. 1
But I wish to emphasize that the
spirit throughout the volume seems (
to be one of unbiased searching


I


ish prejudice current in these


fUnited States, is rather vitiated
Sby the blighting effect of that last
inconsiderate chapter. It is called
--"The Way Out," but, of course,
a few words must have been in-
advertently omitted. It should have
read, "~The Way Out--of Judaism"
for it is perfectly evident that the
author's solution is, in a sense, a
negatain and d nIa ofsamy intrin-
In fact. Broun starts out bF
begg~ing the question. H-e says~. ,.
3:12, "'It is. of course. a wrench
for any Jew- to break tradiition t.
the extent of joining a Catholic,
Baptist, or a M~ethodist congrega-
tion. Indeed, there is a reason for
the suspicion that such steps are
often actuated by reasons far re-
moved from religious conviction,
but. on the v-ery next page, he
says: "From the most extreme re-
formed congregation to any so-
called Christian sect a Jew must
make something of a leap. But the
chasm can be bridged. Unitarian-
Sism is a ready refuge."
Why is conversion to the Cath-
Solic, Baptist or Miethodist faith a 1
break with Judaism, whereas join- i
Sing the Uinitarian church is such I
ja logical step to our very genial
Broun ? Why should no suspicion
obtain here ? Furthermore, wh-,
Sin the name of fairness and clear- :
thinking, "'Must the Jew make
something of a leap," which, ob-
viously, can be only from the fry- i
ing pan into the fire--unless it be f
to attain the unsuppressible desire
(even in a man of Broun's sup-
posed liberalism) of converting
the heathen and the Jews to his
Christian faith? Of course, I can
almost hear the shouts of disap-
proval, the chorus of nays, at any
suggestion of a veiled missionism
in a man like Broun. It is unthink-
able, they will say, that Heywoo
Broun, the staunch defender of
Sacco and Vanzetti, the man who
would give up everything in de-
fense of the down-trodden and the
victimized, should be guilty, even
in ahugt itor atnn o chanconcept
religious group! However, I need
offer no refutation. The author'
damns himself completely by his
own words. His advocacy of inter.
marriage is another straw point-i
ing in the same direction:_ "The
Jewish young woman who beark8
the children of a Gentile man,!
brings young Gentiles- into the
world. Within a generation no-
body thinks of these boys or girls
as Jewish" (p. 319). Herein is the
unvarnished purpose of intermar-
riage!
It is all rather surprising .. .
For years I have been reading the
da r dcolunmsmof Brouen in the M d

eterld .,rawn, enjoying hn
vogues and concepts, impressed
pasio fnon fir ply nd and
rather playful hitmor that gave a
setting to most of his articles.

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