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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
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September 18, 1931
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 18, 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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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
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ocm35317254
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AA00010090:00137

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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MORE THAN TWICE AS MUCH LOCAL[ JEWISH NEWS AS ANY OTHER PAPER


ouncemrents )1

JEWISH ORTHODOX
ONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
B. W. Third Street
M. WAPNER, Rabbi
ippur services will begin
ternoon at 4:30 when Mr. J. Louis Shoch
ilbe recited. The Kol JeWish Floridian
rvcswill be chanted at P. O. Box 2973
.by Cantor Nathaln Woo-MimFod
following the Ko ilei Mai lrd
acM. Wapner will preac'
non "Yom Kippur." The I Dear Mr. Shochet:
on Sunday evening will
ded by the Maariv ser- I Want to take
tdby the Cantor. Mon- the splendid New i
igthe services will be-
M~r. Louis .1heobakindll I am' sure thal
the Shachris beginning at I Gentiles are indeed
.At noon Rabbi Wapner Miami.
h a sermon on "Yiskor"
ly preceding the recital) I With best wish
ilprayers for the dead.
11begin at 2 p. m. with
roobl i chage.Minch
rao 1:3 gd Nilah wila
:45 with the final service CLW:0r
g t 7 p. m. with the
of the Shofar.

GATION BETH DAVID subject: "Theism, Atheism, Hu-
(Conservative) manism." Mionday morning ser-
N. W. Third Avenue vices begin at 10 o'clock and con-
MACHTEI, Rabbi tinue all day. There will be also
ppur services will be usl krnssrvcmt1*0 t
rmgitly at 6:15 p. m. at scho assem ly hl, orKpa
id when Rabbi S. M. Ma- Hl fteTml.
1 peac on"Atnenent,, The sermons will deal in the
ray mornng "the Mmrialt. morning with: "The Best Is Yet
,r services will be condue-ToB.Inheatro:Wht
the Rabbi will preach on sAanh cilensservices:
or Not To Die." Kol Ni-
I bechaned y Cator"Words and Thoughts Acceptable
Sunday evening preced-ToGd"
Rabbi's sermon. Monday
the services will begin ait CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
., in the Synagogue prop- ( Orthodox)
;he same time in the Tal- 311 Washington Avenue
ah building. Musoff ser- i~iliami Beach
'll begin at 11:15 a. m. L XLORbi
1l children's services will Day of Atonement services will
ected under the supervision begin at the Beth Jacob Congrega-
:Machtei at 2 p. m. Isidor tion on Sunday evening, September
pioneer Miamian and one 20, at 6:30 p. m. Rabbi Laza~rus
rg anetrh~e afteno olra m ditly atdi r ao idre sbjec :
4:30p. "he elaive"The Greatest Holiday of the Jew."
,f American and European Cantor Boris Schly~chman will con-
followed by the closing duct the evening service with the
at 5:15 p. m. and the aid of a specially trained choir.
Sof the Shofar promptly Master Frank Glickmall, a student
of the Hebrew school, will speak on
>. m.


II re ~~rrr ~rCILI~)


this opportunity of congratulating you upon
Years issue of the Jewish Floridian.

t the Jewry of Greater Miami as well as the
proud to have a paper of this kind in Greater


~es for your continued success, I am
Sincerely yours,

(Signed) C. L. WHEAT


~~VN~XL~


PRICE: FIVE CENTS


E IV.--NUMBER XXXVIII.


MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1931


`Y
onfice of
C. L. WHEAT
Purchasing Agent
Dade Counrty
P. O. Box 6229

September 11, 1931


Cityr Fright
Everybody who visits New York
is seized at some time or other
with a sense of panic at its im-
mensity, no matter how well travel
seasoned they have become. Prac-
tically every noted foreigner, from
Dr. Albert Einstein to the young-
est British flapper, yields at some
time or other to this feeling.
People in country towns who
may have kept away from the city
because of their innate fear of the
town ought to conquer this feel-
ing and spend some time here. It
is more than a liberal education.

No Real Danger
Life here is as safe as in any
spot on earth, in spite of the mon-
sters that roar in the subways,
clatter on the elevated railroads
and screech on the streets. That
noise is what saves lives, probably.
At the same time it is nerve-shak-
ing to the stranger, from its po-
tential menace.
Being lost in this enormous city
is no great shakes. All one has to
.do is step up to some one of its
19,000 policemen and let him
straighten out your mental tangle.
Years ago they earned the name
of "Thie Finest" and there is no
reason to think of them as other-
wise, even in these days of news-
paper exposes.

Auto Tourists
Hardly an hour passes, day or
night, that one cannot see an auto-
mobile carrying a load of farm
folks out to see the sights of a
great city, bowling along through
the heart of Longacre Square--the
focus of all this country's theatri-
cal activities. Nothing is missing
on most of these autos; the tent
strapped on the running board;
camp paraphernalia piled in, rusty
old baggage, and dad up front in
uisshida sleeve c 3ml mosyn
cops; and mother in calico getting
an eyeful while soothing her un-
ruly brood.
Everybody they stop to ask for
directions takes pleasure in help-
ing them along and, even if they
don't stay long in the city but hike
right out to some tourist camp,
they get to see the greatest show
on' earth at a minimum of expense
and effort. It's a good stunt for
anybody in the country who is won-
Sdering where to go for a vacation.

Transportation
No city in the whole world has
as complex a system of street cars.
It takes weeks before one learns
just where they all go to, the
problem being intensified by the
subways, where one loses all sense
of direction and can rely only upon
the verbal directions given by the
guards on the station platforms.
And a lot of those fellows don't
know any too much about the city.
On the Second Avenue Elevated
Road the difficulties are added to
by the type of trainmen employed.
Most of them appear to have left
Ireland only a few weeks before
and their' brogue is often too rich
for an ordinary American to un-
derstand what they are trying to
tell 31ou. The man who hires for
that road must be a full-fledged
Irishman with an intense love for
the Osird Sod.


.et, Editor


"ZACHER OLOM"
SOCIETY ORGANIZED

At the instance of Rabbi Isaac
M. Wapner of the 1Miami JekJsh
Orthodox Congregation, a "Zacher
Olom" society is being organized.
Membership involves a voluntary
donation on the part of the mem-
ber. The funds raised are being
used for the purchase of a "Safer
Torah" or "Holy Scroll." The
names of the departed relatives of
the members are being inscribed
in a permanent book and upon the
anniversary of their death, memo.
rial prayers will be recited in the
Synagogue. On Holidays when
Yiskor services are being recited,
the names of the departed will be
remembered in a special service.
Members are being enrolled until
after the High Holidays when the
rolls will be closed.

BR~UEN HEADS
GABLES TRACK

Formal announcement was made
last week that the well known
sports promoter and authority in
racing, Frank J. Bruen would head
the recently organized Coral
Gables Racing Association. Men
of prominence in Dade County, in-
cluding Dan Chappell, Miami's
most popular legislator, will be
associated with Mr. Bruen in this
new enterprise. ~A large sum of
money is being spent in the re-
modeling of the track~ which will
occupy the site of the former Cor
al Gables dog track. When com-
pleted the track will be one of the
most picturesque in this section of
the country. .

RABBI ADDRESSES
CIVIC CLUB

Last Thursday evening, Rabbi
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple
Israel addressed the members of
the Propeller Club at the fMer-
chants and Miners pier on the csub-
ject "Travel Through Russia." Dr.
Kaplan paid a personal visit to
Russia several years ago when he
made a thorough studft of condi-
tions there. On next Wednesday
night Rabbi Kaplan will address
the Labor Citizenship Committee
on the subject "Seeial Coniditions
and Social Conscience."'


S"As the Clay in the Hands of the
Potter." Monday morning ser-
E ISRAEL OM MIAMI
vices will begin at 8:30. Reverend
(Reform) Guttman will be in charge of the
E. Nineteenth Street Schachrith services. Rabbi Axel-
OB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi rod will speak before the Memorial
evening services at Service at 10:30, subject: ''Re-
Israel, 137 N. E. 19th membered or Remembering."
bgin at 8:15. 'This is Master Stanley Jamison, a pupil
Shuvo, the Sabbath of of the Hebrew School, will speak
considered one of the at the Mussaff Service, subject.
portent Sabbaths in the "The Ten Martyrs." A special
religious year. Dr. Kap- children's service will be held at
ispetik on the subject: "If 3 o'clock, when the rabbi will
Vere No God, or Three As- speak to the children in the pres-
e Nature." ence of the grown-ups on the sig-
Day of Atonement begins nificance of Yom Kippur. Before
lown Sunday evening and the Neilah service, Gerald~ Shulan,
sundown Monday evening. a pupil of the Hebrew School, will
1 at Temple Israel will be speak on "Phese Inspiring Mo-
unday evening at 8:15. ments." This speech will be fol-
Atonement music has been lowed by a sermon by Rabbi Axel-
1 under the leadership of rod, subject: "The Closing Gates."
rnnah Spiro Asher, the or-
The choir consists of Mr.( SYNAGOGUES ARE CROWDED
ong, Mr. Campbell Palfrey, During the observance of Rosh
erbert U. .Felbelman, and Isnshono last week, the Syna-
irtram Raff. The talented g~ogues of thre Greater Minin1 dis-
violinist, Mr. Louis Eley, trict were filled. At the Miami
Y the Kol Nlidre service to- Jewisk1 Orthodox Congregation,
wpith; the choir. standing room only was available
Laplan wfill speak off the .the last day.


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~F~un~c~arK7


DADE COUNTY
Miami, Florida


!JOCKEY CLUB
ANNOUNCES PLANS

According to the plans of Jo.
seph E. Widener, chairman of the
board of the Miami Jockey Club,
Miami will have the most beauti-
ful race track in the world when
the improvements now in pro-
gress at the Hialeah track are
completed.
Designed to give the atmosphere
of Southern France, the buildings
will portray a foreign atmosphere
and the appearance of age. All
buildings will harmonize and lend
that appearance which only a trip
to Europe and a study of the
tracks there by the architects,
could provide.

BNAI BRITH TO
BEGIN ACTIVITIES

Immediately after the High
Holidays and Succos the local Bnai
Lodge will embark upon a prograin
of activity which will include stu-
dent activities at the University
of Miami and the Mi~ami High
school. A meeting of the organ-
ization will be held shortly and
due announcement will be made~in
these columns.MrW.LWi-
liams is president of the organiza-
tion.

NEWSPAPER ADS
PRODUCE BEST

John Benson of New York City,
president of the American Asso-
ciation of Advertising Agencies, in
an address before the annual con-
vention of the Financial Advertis-
ers Agency said that newspapers
are the main highways to the mar-
kets of the country and that they
have been found best, ~reaching
more people than even the radio.

1MIZRACHI MEETS
Trhe annual Mizrachi convention
of Palestine Zionists is being held
at Jerusa nil this week. D~ele-
gates from all sections of the coun-
try, and many delegates from Eu.
ropean countries are attending.
Dr. Arthur Rapin arrived this
week to take an active part in
the convention proceedings.




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Page Two


IFLYING
I made my firs-t flight the other
day. I flewf from Newf York to
W~ashington, 240 miles in two
h~ours. It cost me less than my
railroad and Pullman fare on my
Ilast npreiousc trip to W'ashington,
tand took only half the time, be-
isides furnishing a new and ex-
Stremely interesting set of impress-
ions.
W'hat surprised me most, as a


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thought I long
sacred song,
and sEoft,
heard so o t.

ece of art,
.eary heart'
!ems to me
~ `melody.

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LLMLD


YOM~ KIPPUR ,,,,-------- V l
Yom Kiippur which means "tnej Boys and GirlS In lonely hours of tl
Day of Atonement" (of repentingi -----a gan ha
of our s-ins) falls on the tenth day Can you write a story of Jewr- So solemn, beautiful
of Tzhre an is he ost olen j ~ Which years ago I
of Tshre andis te mot soemnish interest? Or a poem, ora
day of the whole year. All growFn- joke or riddle? Send them in
ups are commanded to fast from! to Uncle Judah. Have you a KIol Nidre. masterpil
sunset to sunset, and spend their question to ask about Jew~ish iThou outcry of a w
whole day in the synagogue. The histrJws utm rJ Sublime, seraphic, se
evening prayer begins w~ith thel ish current events? Inquire of Teseteso
famous soul-stirring melody, Kol Uncle Judah.
Nidre. Adrs NL UA o other song is hal
Yom Kippur teaches us that wel P. O. Box 2973 Mliami, Fla. Adnn a vr
must cleanse ourselves from sin' Li thee-Fno Irmagi!
before w~e can start~i'the New Year APAE hhm fIre.
properly. On Yom K~ippur we
conessoursin ofthepas an Out of the depths have I called FROMI THE TA
beg forgiveness from God, for The od(1) Wthen a man
God does not desire the death of B rcosutomOGd c away from sin, repr
the sinner but rather that he re-j cording to Thy mercy; mr.
pent and live. But confessing our AcrigtthmutudofTy (2) Happy the mar
compassion blot out my trans-
sins is not enough. WRe must in the strength of his
forgve hos whohav wrnge gressions.(3Thaiade
forivethse hohav ~kon~d j\Wash me thoroughly from mine
us, and w-e must undo the wrong dom are repentance
that we did to others. iqut.wof-ks. *
iAnd cleanse me from my. sin.
Y'om Kiippur is the Day of Judg- For I know my transgressions; (4) So great is the
ment. On that day God seals our An msnisbfrme. pentance that it prol
names in the Book of Life in ac- Create me a clean heart, O God; years.
cordance with our owfn resolution And renew a steadfast spirit with- (5) The tears of t
to walk in His ways and to live in imePal CX ,IIare not shed in vain.
keeping with His laws. 3-5, 12. (6) He who sins
At the end of the day, a long looking forward to
blast of the shofar is sounded in PRUN HDW cover his sins, his p
the ~-ngoge, ignfyig tat hpavail him nothing.
fat s agogueesgnifig ht h It happened that a dog had got (7) The Day of P
:apiece of meat and was carrying given for the atoning
lit home in his mouth to eat in mitted against God;
THE YOM03 KIPPUR MIESSAGE 'peace. On his way home he hadl of Atonement will n
(1) On this day ,shall atone- to cross a plank lying across a sins committed again
ment be made for ySou to cleanse running brook. As he crossed, he man, unless the offend
you; from all your sins shall ye looked dowun and saw his own pardon of the offend


has turned novice in the air, was the appar-
oach him noi ent flatness of everything on the
ground. We didn't, of course, fly
n wfho repents over mountains, but all the little
Manhood. gullies and ridges and roug s
nd of all wis- and even goodsized hills, see e and good~ merge into a flat plain as smooth
as a billiard table. Newly plowed
virtue of re- fields looked like sheets of sand-
ongs a man's paper. There was no sensation of
motion except when looking down.
rue penitence Then wre seemed to be moving al-
most at a snail's pace, because the
repeatedly, eye from that height takes in such
penitence t ( a wide sweep of territory. The
~enitence will only thing that gave an idea of
Sour speed was the motion of our
~tonement is lown shadowv across the surface of
of sins com- the earth and the way we overtook
but the Dayn and assedl passenger trains on


pUUU rYI~
the railroads below us.

POPULATION
We flew over the most thickly
settled part of the densely popu-
lated East, over ten cities, includ-
ing Philadelphia with almost two
Million people, Baltimore with
nearly a million, and Newark with
nearly half a million. But the
strongest impression I got was of
a very thinly populated territory.
Outside of the cities themselves
there seemed to be a thousand ac-
Ies of open land for every build-
ing. There were always buildings
mn sight, but there were many
stretches, especially in Delaware
and Miaryland, where these were
only widely scattered farm houses.
Every square inch of land along
the whole route seemedmto be un-
der intensive cultivation. That
was another surprising thing. Ex-
cept for occasional patches of
woods there was hardly an acre
that had not been freshly plowed
and seeded. The grain and for-
age crops of New Jersey and east-
ern Pennsylvania do not cut a big
figure in the national totals, but
in proportion to available acreage
they are very large.
And these eastern farmers have
not lost the art of plowing a
straight furrow. Seen from the
air their fields look as if they had
been laid out by an engineer with
a ruler.

BUMPS
Flying, even in good flying wea-
ther, is not as smooth a method
(Continued on page 6)


Dr. Samuel Aronovitz
announces the removal of his of.
fices from the Professional Bldg.

70)5 Hunting~ton Bldg.


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a fellow.
has asked


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7S HEAR


Forgive thy neighbor
that he hath done th
And then thy sins shal
doned when thou
Ecclesiasticus 2?8. 2.

LORD, THINE HUMBI
SERVANT:


.ot
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der
ed.


be clean before the Lord.--Leviti-
cus XV'I, 30.
(2) It shall be unto you a Sab-
bath of solemn rest, and ye shall
afflict your souls, from the ninth
day of the month in the evening
until the ev-ening of the next day.
--Le~viticus XXIII, 32.

co mitW an irn m r meonm cm i
to commit a trespass against the


shadow reflected in the water be-
neath. Thinking it was another
dog with another piece of meat, he
made up his mind to have that
also. So he made a snap at the
shadow in the water, but as he i
opened his mouth, the piece fell
out, dropped into the water, and i
was never seer any more
Not in vain ~uo wise p ople say,
"Beware lest you lose the sub-


Nort
Miam
Ave.


Lord, and that soul be guilty; then stance by- grasping at the shadow." Lord, thine humble servants hear,
they shall confess their sin which j -Aesop's Fables. Suppliant now before Thee;
they have done.-NSumbers ', 6. ;Our Father, from Thy children's
(4) Let the wicked forsake his THE THREE FRIENDSI plea
7a' Once upon a time there was aj Tr o w mle h!
And thehman of iniquity his man who had three friends: Two Lorbo u u vlpie

And let him return unto the ofte elvdvr ery u All our sins before Thee; '
Lord, and He will have for he hr edd o aevr Our Father, for Thy Mercy's sake,
compassion upon him, much. yi hpendtatie Pardon, we implore Thee.
And to our God, for He will On a thpee htte
abundantly pardon.--Isa- kn ofteldsumedhis Lord, no sacrifice we -bring,
iah V, 7 man to the Palace. Greatly frigh- Prayers and tears implore Thee;
(5) he Lrdthe ordGod tened, for he knew that his sins Our Father, take the gift we la-,
merifl nd raioslon-sffr-were many, he begged the two Contrite hearts before Thee.
ingandabudan in oodessandfriends whom he loved best to ac-
truth; keeping mercy unto the company him, in order to help him Lord, Thy sheep have wandere
thousandth generation, forgiving pedbfr h ig a,
iniquity and transgressiozi and sin. One of these friends refused to Gather them before Thee;
--Exodus XXXIV, 6. accompany him at all. The other Our Father, let Thy shepherd's love
(6) Thou art a God ready to offered to go with him as far as Guide us, we implore Thee.
pardon, gracious and full of com- the gate of the Palace, but no far.
passion, slow to anger, and plen- there. Greatly distressed, he called Lord, forgive and comfort all
teous in mercy.-NSehemiah IX, 17. upon his third friend whom he did That in truth implore Thee;
(7) Let us search and try our not not esteem very highly, and Our Father, let our evening prayer
ways, this friend promised to accom- Thus find grace before Thee.
And return unto the Lord. panyT him all the way to the K~ing. 1
Let us lift up our hearts And not only did he keep his pro- R. Yehuda.
with our hands mise, but he pleaded so eloquently
Unto God in the heavens.-- for the man, that the King ac- May it be Thy will, O God, that
Lamentations III, 40-41. quitted him.
Our abbi advse u to on-we r turn tto Thee in perfect peni-
M1Y SOUL IS HUM3BLED sider what happens to a man when ashamed to meet our fathers in the
My soul is humbled in the dust, he is summoned to meet his Crea- life to come.
And yet I dare approach Thy tor, the K~ing of K~ings. Every Unite our hearts, O God, to fear
throne! man has three friends. His first Thy name; keep us far from what
For Thou art merciful and just friend whom he loves most, name- Thou hatest; bring us near to what
To all who earnestly atone. ly, his money, cannot go with him Thou lovest; and deal mercifully
a single step. His second friend with us for Thy name's sake.
Oh! let Thy love my tongue in- --his relatives and neighbor>- M it be h il o ta
spire, c an only accompany him to the love and peace an brot erithat
God of my fathers, Thee to grave, but cannot defend him be- dwell among us'! Ma nmhess
praise, fore the Judge. His third friend, of Heaven be fulfilayd m pes
And let my heart henceforth de- however, whom he did not esteem that the good inclination may up-
sire highly--his good works--goes with hold us. Fill as with the desire
Halmbly to wRalk in virtue's ways. him before the King, pleads for to fear Thy name, and do Thou
---S. A. Dinkins. him, a~nd obtains his pardon. give us our soul's peace. Amen.


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NONSENSE
During the World W~ar I wrote an unpopular editorial. I: said
that Fate has a cynical fashion of playing tricks on victors. Germany
was triumphant in 1870, and France humbled. A staggering indem-
nity was exacted; a train-load of gold traveled from Paris to Berlin.
But the victory poisoned Germany and ~strengthened France.
Drunk with prosperity and power, the Prussian Junkers began the
career of swaggering arrogance that reached its climax in 1914.

France, on the other hand, was forced to thrift and industry.
With amazing speed she healed her wounds, and was stronger than
ever.

Victory, I: said, was costly and disappointing.This was denounced
as not being one hundred per cent patriotic. It was labeled "non-
sense."

More than a decade has passed, and we have recently witnessed a
most extraordinary phenomenon. We have seen our victorious coun-
try offering to forgo the payment of two hundred million dollars.
You would suppose that such an offer would cause all business to
shudder and all stocks to tumble. Instead of which Business cheered
and stocks leaped upward.
Does a country profit when it forgives its debtors ? Does a na-
tion lose when it wins ?

Nonsensical questions, surely. Here is some more nonsense:

The graduated income tax was fought by the more prosperous.
It would destroy them, they cried. It was enacted, and was followed
by a prosperity in which more money was made than ever.
IBigh wages were regarded as an economic peril. To keep pro-
duction costs low, said the economists, you must have labor cheap.
l3ut wages mounted in America. And profits mounted too.
Has our economic thinking been cross-eyed ? Is it possible that
when we shoot enemies, we shoot customers That when we fir~e
laborers, we fire consumers ? That when the poor lose, the rich can-
not win?

Some very beautiful nonsense was uttered nineteen hundred years
ago. It was said:
"What is a man profited if he shall gain the whole world, and
lose his own soul?" And-

"Whosoever will save his Ilfe shall lose it, and whosoever will lose
his life for my sake shall find it."
Is this nonsense not nonsense after all?













ODDS AND ENDS

Since I last touched this subject, I have noticed in the big daily
newspapers that no fewer than twenty-five deaths have occurred from
"heart disease" in one great metropolis of the middle-wrest.
Men--all of them. And none of them over sixty years old. All
"of them big, two-fisted, bull-necked fellows. .. Some of them were
personal acquaintances of mine. They were go-getters, if you please;
the city and state sustained a distinct loss when each died. There's
a lesson here for all but the heedless.

The skinny, lanky, dyspeptic, plunderbund artist of the big town
may go crazy, but he doesn't die of "heart disease." Had you noticed
that ? The fellow that "spits up" once in awhile, and is afraid to eat
much. It's the fellow that weighs from 190 up, whose "heart" gets
him like a shot; the fellow that carves the canvas-back, and tops it
off with a hot chaser; that doesn't have time to dine till the day is
done--the big, forceful he-man of business.

Lessons--lessons to the observing. Over-f~ueling at wrong hours.
The big feed just before the night of rest. Breakfast and noon lunch
negligible in quantity and bolted-awallowed whole. The rush back
fo business-no time for eating or digesting properly, until that of-
fice closes at six. The road to "tubbinress," blood-pressure, rotten ar-
teries, "heart disease" at 50 or thereabout.
Better be a "skinny" with a bundle of nerves and a cowhern sto-
mach,'in the mad chase for the dollar. Then, you can at least avert
the heart disease benediction, the -over-stuffed wares of the mortician,
the tall marble shaft,--all these, till you really want to die and have
it over with*


"I hope you are not one of those "At 20 you left -the farm.-and
men who go home and find fault( came to the city. And for 80 years
with the dinner," said Kidder. have been working like the diskreas.
"No,"' replied Growcher, "my what for1"
wife and I eat at a restaurant "In order to -get mroney enough
where we both can find fault." to live in the country."


Page ThI~ree


BONERS
Boners are humorous tidbits
found in examination papers, es-
says, etc., by teachers:
Pooling: A practice indulged in
by young men about town.
A toreador is a really bad storm.
Napoleon's men were cannibals
because they existed on raw re-
cruits.
Columbus was a great navigator
who cursed about the Atlantic*
,In Pittsburgh they manufacture
Iron and steal.
In Japan most of the people are
called confusions, and the religion
18 called confusionism. The smatll-
est religion in the world is con-
fusionism.
Three ways of preventing forest
fires: 1--Locomotives passing
through forest must not burn
fuel. 2-Trees must be cut so as
to leave no stumps. 3--Never use
a campfire unless you are sure it
is out.
The midnight sun is usually
called the moon.

The rule still is that there's
nothing nicer than a nice girl, her
millinery notwithstanding.

Gehenna is a place full of pencil
sharpeners that snap the lead just
as it comes to a beautiful point.

We can remember when a gra-
phic chart of stock prices showed
a cross-section of the Himalaya
Mountains, instead of Death Val-
ley.

"Better for a man that he make
footprints on the sands of time,"
says frivolous Flo, "than on the
clean bath mat.

Exploding a veteran fond illus-
ion, a local head barber says he
hasn't seen an umbrella in the
shop in five months.

Admiral Byrd is at work on an-
other book describing his Antare.
tic trip. Perhaps he is finally go-
ing to tell why he went.

The village cynic also points out
that any American child nowadays
has a chance to grow up and not
become president of the United
States.

With the vineyards producing
building material, such as wine
bricks, a fellow may again be able
to drink himself out of house and
home.

We would like to convey a hint
to Prosperity, which is just around
the corner, that there are no "keep
off" signs, and no law against cut-
ting across.

Ben Fan m xg Fr kl r'ht about
so many things, it's a little d~is-
concerting to come across hre
never was a bad peace" among
his sayings.


An English journal once offered
a prize for the best definition of
the word money. The winning
definition read: "Money is an arti-
cle which may be used as a uni-
versal passport to everywhere ex-
cept heaven, and as a universal
provider of everything except hap-
piqess."

CIt is highly probable says
Dr. W. F. G. Swann, "that thee
is in the body of each one of us a
number of atoms which went to
make up the blood of Julius Cae-
ar."')

My blood is filled with tiny schools
Of Julius Caesar's molecules.
Small bits of Noble Anthony
Are now a living part of me.
My forehead bristle's and my knees
with particles of Pericles.
My tendons little atoms bear
That once were part of Samson's
hair.
And of times my shinbones feel
A kinship with Achilles' heel.
From mighty men in ages dark
I have inherited a spark.
Great kings have labored toward
one end,
To form in me, a perfect blend. .
. .. Today, my banker cleared his
throat
And then refused to take my note.

Just by putting in twice as much
gelatine as the recipe calls for,
a local young bride finds herself
several jumps ahead of Edison in
the synthetic rubber hunt.

Had I but guessed
How time was reckoned,
The time you dressed,
Had I but guessed,
You said, "One second,"
Had I but guessed
How time was reckoned!

During a late dizzy spell, the
office cut-up pointed out that if
Mahatma loses his hat, too, he'll
be a mama.

The prohibition department has
announced that it will ignore the
small violator. The small violator
has long held this attitude toward
the prohibition department.

The girl chum says a man gets
a gold-headed cane in a popularity
contest, but a girl gets a trip to
Hollywood and a job in the "talk-
ies"-and yet some people spiy this
is a man's world.
And we understand t eerrb g
argument in Chicago as to whe 18
or not the city should have lsl~
ficial display of the beer industry
during the World's Fair.

"Yes," said the facetious barber,
"we're up-to-date here. We shave
you while you w idt.FlePepe

s av usul fusnodnta ieu wha t


,September 18, 1931


EJEWISH

iORaI DI AN

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e IV.--Number XXXVIII.
lay, September 18, 1931


MESSAGE OF
YOM KIPPUR

y of Atonement is the most
ul monument of the spiri
ein Israel. In large letters
even he that runs may
osYom Kippur spell forth
dmntals of Judaism, of
,of the higher life of man.
not an evil power whose
the children of flesh must
lydrag towards a weary
We can always shake off
e; and what is more, we
ever assume its yoke. An
fable tells us of distant
with mountainous rocks of
tof such terrific power that
and ruin befell any ship
ing near them. Instantly
snails would fly out of the
olts and fastenings would
away by that magnetic
the' vessel would become
more than so many planks
dand all on board fall a
othe hungry waters. Sins
aethat, likewise, unhinge
stays of character, rob us
restraints of past habits and
on, and leave us helpless
nson the billows of temp-
and passion. Yet a man is
lot of his life's barque, and
all times steer it so as
to come near those moun-
f destruction and death.
,secondly, there is an
ent for man's sins. We may
the ravages of sin, rebuild
ifig foundations of char-
and join again the sundered
aof our spiritual fabric. We
the old pagan fatalism
declares that there is no for-
ss for sin. Nature provides
escape from physical disease,
the soul, injured by temp-
's fire, scarred by sin, not be
> recover its pristine strength
eauty ? No matter how harsh
i and man may seem, the
f Eternal Right holds a deep
hat can atone and save, bury
nly sin, but its grave and
yard with it.
clear as a bell resounds the
and greatest teaching of
Kipper: a man himself must
re himself for atonement,
o priest or mediator can pre-
Dr work atonement for him.
i is victory by the individu-
hself over temptation that
3 him. The battle cannot be
t nor the victory won by an-


worn as reminders of the grave;
they were an outward sign of the
vestal character of this day, ap-
pointed for life's spiritual renewal.
"Wahen men are summoned before

laem Ta tdl, 'to efen te r
soele agant omde chre, th

black like: mourners. Israel ap-
pears before God on the Atone-
ment Day attired in white as if
going to a feast, because he is con.
fident that as soon as he returns
penitently to his Maker, He will
not condemn, but will abundantly
par~don."
J. H. Herts, 1900.


ing on the devious labyrinth paths
of sin, must itself essay to forsake
the Way of Sorrow and proceed
on the Way of Salvation. This is
the most splendid, the most mo-
mentous fact in human life: f a
though man, cannot a wys hl
control his destiny, o Mhuas gin
the reins ofman' codc lo
gether into his )Winds.
No wonder that the Synagogue
has ever looked upon this day of
prayer, fasting and humiliation as
a festival. A generation or two
ago our forefathers stood robed in
white in the synagogue, during the
entire Atonement Day. Original-


The human soul, wander- ly these white garments were not


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On, Wednesr~dayv, Septmber 16, at
', k.;l an important meeting of
:h a1ri acob is erhood was held
ne eth ~aou under the direc-
:ir o 1 Brey Weinkile, prej-
:de~n, andc Rcabbi LazaruE Ax lod
At thi ee~ n, plan con aducted

t rou hotii the month, were dis-
.cusse. A comnmirtete consisting of
J1rs. Barney W\einkle. Mlrs. J. Cap- i
Slain, and Mrs,. R~ebecca YLunes w-as
la~inted to pay personal visits
a: ptohe ladies~ of Mliami Beach for
i he purpose of interesting them in
the w-ork of the Sisterhood. Plans
zer1e also diisc~used for the acti-
vitties of the comiing w-inter season.
A g ranld c~once~rt is being ar.
Ranged for Simchath Torah Night,
O Cctober 4. which w-ill include se.
Slectionr of music by local artists,
IJew-ish folk songs by Cantor Bor-
is Schlachman. recitations by pu-
pils of the Hebtrew- and Scunday


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[ETY ps e a bi md.r.
SIternoon wiihen thirty children en-
ro~oooo~orro~ooooococooo Irolled for the coming seasnc.

about of every- box in the Greater out the coming w~eeki and it is exu-
M~iami district. Ipectetd that by winter thehnu -

Hyman Apte we-ll known fi- lbearst sipupi las~l have bi made
amian and formerlyv famous on th-1 to bring down a staff of Hebrew


teachers from the north to take
charge of the Hebrew school u -
der the personal guidance of Rlab I
Lazarus Axelrod.
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The* Beth Jacojb Student Bible


A very interesting meeting >f
the Junior Hadassah was held in
the vestryi rooms of the Miami
Jewkish Orthodox Synagogue, 1545
S. W.~ 3rd street last Tuesday
night. The meeting was opened
with a brief speech of wlcoime by
Mr. Nathan Adelman, president
of the Sy-nagogue, who was intro-
duc~ed by the chairman of the Syvn-
agogue house committee, MIr. H.
M1. Drevich. Mr. Adelman bid
Junior Hadassah to consider the
Synagogue its home and at all
times to take advantage of its fa-
e~ilities. Duiing the social hour
M~iss Ruth Davis presented a read-
ing, and the Misses Irene and Syl-
via Farr rendered several vocal
selections. The guest speak-ler of
the evening was the president of
the '31iami Senior Hadassah, irs.
F-reda Lutzky, who spoke of the
work of Hadassah and the oppor-
tunities afforded the Junior or-
ganizations to participate in the
upbuilding of the Jewish home-
land in Palestine. Some of the
products of Tel Aviv, Palestine's
wonder city, such as cigarettes,
Esrogim Jam, olive oil, pure olive
oil soap, etc. were shown by Mlrs.
Lutzky. During the business meet-
ing plans for the coming season s
activities were discussed. The
first event will be a Showboat
event to be given on Thanksgiving.
Miss Hannah M~ack is chairman of
the committee in charge of ar-
rangements for this Showboat
event. The give, get or earn $5.00
dinner will be held on February
14th. Fuller details will be print-
ed in an early edition. Hostesses
for the evening were MrIs. E.
Woolfe, Miss Lena Wtemnkle and
Miss Evelyn Jamison. Plans for
an October Plantation bridge will
he announced shortly.


Y'iddish stage, is a patient at the
Jacksotnville Mecmorial Hospital
where he has been for the past six
weeks. He will be happy to re-
ceive visits from his friends.
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)fir. and Mlrs. Harry Friedman
orf Brookly~n, N. Y., are spending
their honeymoon here w~ith their
aunt and uncle, M1r. and Mlrs. H m.
Friedman and will remain here
until the week-end.


Class met at the Syvnagogue iast
W~ednes~day evening at 8:30 p. m.
A very interesting hour wHas spent
in discussing future social activi-
ties of this group. Rabbi Lazarus
A xelrod is personally in charge of


_,_i this Bible Class which meets regu-
Last Monday- night a special larlyv every Wedne~sday evening at
meeting of the A. Z. A. was held th yaou.A eaigs-
at the home of Bernard Kiatz to clety has been formed with the ob-


ject of promoting and furthering
the interest of the students in


di-c-uss arrangements for the
dance being sponsored by the or-
ganization, on September 27th.
Following the business session
cards were played and refresh-
ments w~ere served by Mlrs. Katz
and greatly enjoyed by those mem-
bers present.
_w_
Jirs. Hyman Apte returned to
the city this week after an absence
of six months spent visiting her
relatives and friends in Newi York i


Jewiish affairs. Rrefreshmlents f"VV \ th """
and Esic followed the lesson. The jtic features by members ef the
rabbi invites boys and girls over SuetBbeCas e
fourteen years of age residing in inents will be served by the la-
Greater M~iami to attend these dies of the Sisterhood and a social
coures.hour w-ill follow this intere-ting
--,- program.
The r-opnn fteBt ao The plans for the winter season
Sunday School will take effect ojn atvte nld abl ob i
Sundy mrnig, ctobr 1, aterat' the Carter s Pier some time in
Sunday ~ ~ bonig icoe 11 fe ~,~~~~ -l;lr nro~ n ~


a temporary suspension ;due to


City. :the High Holidays falling on Sun-
_*- ~days. The rabbi solicits the assis-
An important meeting of the tance of Sunday School teachers.
board of education of the "Schule" Those interested please apply to
committee of the Workmen's Cri- the principal, Rabbi Lazarus Axel-
cle was held at their hall last M~on- rod, phone 52535.
day night. Arrangements for th~e __
openingn of the school were made A regular meeting af the A. Z.
and the opening day fixed for Oc- A Jno niBrt)ognz-
tober .5th. It will be preceded by tion was held Thursday night, Sep-
a banquet on Sunday evening, Oc- tme 0ha alnHl.M.
tobe 4t whe th newteaherIsaac Levin was chosen sponsor
wvill be formally welcomed. He is Ifor the organization to succeed
expected to arriv-e in M\iami on Stanley C. MIyers. Sam Silver
October let to organize the school. wHas elected corresponding secre-
Those desiring information about tary. Arrangements for the dance
registration or the school are urged bigspnoebyteraiz-
to get in touch with Mrs. M. Kaler. tion at Carter's Pier, Miami Beach,

At a meeting of the Ladies Aux- trenertaimn in aditin udso th
iliary of the Miiami Jewfish Ortho- usual features provided for danc-

doxCo~rgaion hrel das ue ing Fol ovng the bu iness m et-

ficersK rfe shteinn tcr caran Mn w~ho left for collge.
Jlesdames Nathan Abramson, L.
Levitt, and Harry Kotkin are the hr n r.A peo ro-
remaining members of the commit- m aoncm erbidtoa
_e_ baby boy last week.
The Ladies Auxiliary of the MI~i-
ami ewih Othodx Cngrga- Dr. Samuel Aronovitz, promi-
tion will sponsor a card party at etM mipycinisowl-


the vestry rooms of the ~y nago gue ~
on Tuesday evening, September 22
at which prizes will be awarded
and refreshments will be served.
A cordial invitation is extended to
the public to attend and enjoy a
pleasant evening. The proceeds
are to be devoted to the Talmud i
Torah fund of the organization.
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Mr. L~ouis Safer who has been
visiting in N'ew York City is ex-
pected to return sometime today.

At a meeting of the Ladies Aux-
iliary of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation held last Tues-
day night plans were announced
for the series of entertainments to
mark the close of the Succos holi-
days. In charge of the children's
party to be held on Sunday eve-
ning, September 27th is Mrs. Na- ~.
than Adelman. In charge of the
entertainment for the adults being
tendered by the Ladies Auxiliary
to the members of the congrega-
tion and friends is Mrs. Max K~up-
ferstein and a committee. Elabor-
ate arrangements to make both


oMt. LeL rlin s3 r delegate
12th annual conference of the
Southeastern District rendered a

report of t e confe ece at a s e-


Tnese a rndd thF'lo fre ami
MIr. Elkin served as chairman of
the credentials committee as well
as one oftheAw neerreetar sp o ttt

the conference was that of the
sessions of the Children's circle of
the organization in which Ameri-
can born children conducted the
proceedings in Yiddis h. No M1i -
ami children attended this year.

The Miami unit of Senior Ha-
dassah will begin the coming sea-
son's activities by a "Plantation"
luncheon on Monday, October 5th,
at Gerson's, 1301 Collins avenue,
Miami Beach. Extensive prepara-
tions are being made to make this
event one of the most interesting
and entertaining of any held in
Miami. In charge of arrangements
is a committee consisting of Mrs.
Joseph Williamson, Sam Simon-
hoff, A. Goldstein, M. Rubin, and
Miss Rosemary Gerson. Those
desiring to attend should com-
municate with Gerson's, 53989.
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Senior Chapter of Hadassah re-
quests all those in possession of
Jewish National Fund boxes to
please notify the chairman of this
committee, 'Mrs. Alex Goldstin
by phoning 5-1907 or by leaving
the boxes at 172 N. W. 5th st.
Mrs. Goldstein has been recently
appointed chairman and is el-
deavoring to ascertain the where-


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ACTIVITIES

Beth Israel Sisterhood sponsored
an enjoyable card party last Sun-
day evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. T. S. Myers. Prizes were
awarded for high score and re-
freshments were served.

Children of Beth Israel Religious
school are preparing for a harvest
festival service on Friday evening
September 25th, at 7:30 o'clock at
the Temple,

Temple Beth Israel Sisterhood

te foo on Pg ruvia aenu Bem at
Thursday atte noon at p.hm. Mi

arrangements.

Mr. and Mrs. Sig Landau of
Lake Worth motored to Jackson-
ville where they will spend the
holidays with Mrs. Landau's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Klepper.

Reform Jewish Congregation
Beth Israel will hold services for
Shabbos Shuva Friday September
18th at 8 p. m. Services for Yrm
Ki eur will begin Sudoy oe e
Monday, September 21st at 10 a.
m. Memorial services will be held
Mon Iy afternoon at 345fftia
and preach at all services. The
choir will smng the musical re?-
sponses and will be accompanied
by Mr. Ernest Gold on the violin.

The Misses Lillian and Muriel
Rosenwald formerly of 525 Upland
road are now making their hiome
with their sister and brother-mn-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ryder in
the Gardens.

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldstein are
now in their new home at 30)th
street and Broadway and will be
happy to receive their many friends
there.

Among local students leaving
ain tei eniversitynof Fllorid rat
Bergman and Harry Goodmark, the
latter entering his second year.

Friends of Mrs. Ray Lesser will
be pleased to learn of her recover?
from an illness which confined her
to her home for the past week.

Among the Jewish boys and
girls entering the senior class of-
the local high school are Selma
Karfunkel, Ann Dunn, Adelinle

LaeWrthG rndFraree Ke felr;
son of Rabbi Kleinfeld of Beth El
Congregation.


byM ei n, Blat hetr ned ls
week from an extended trip to the

Besvinick, Mrs. H. H. Farr, and
invi d. Scheinberdg. The public
is invt t ted

Wednesday, September 30th
Loyalty Club will sponsor a card
party at the home of Mrs. Mattie
Kuperberg, -322 S. W. 31st Court.
The public is invi ~8to attend.


The B hr Dgvis ri da Shool

the new term on Sunday from 10
a. m. to 1 p. m. and will continue
weekday afternoons between 4 and
6. Mr. Stanley C. Myers has been
apptjlnted superintendent of the
Sunday School and he will have a
competent staff of teachers to as-

shtool mupilr fr th d ily rli ie
ous classes may also be registered
at the same time with Rabbi 8.
M. Machtel.


mortality." At the concluding
"Neilah" service the Rabbi will
speak on "The Philosophy of Life
and Confession 'and Repentence?."
At the afternoon services the
younger members of the congrega-
tion will be in charge and will con-
duct the services. Those who will
participate are Joseph Schreb-
nick, Sydney Sneider, Charles Wax,
Franl Kleinfeld, Max Blicher and
Sam Greenblatt.

"And you mean to stand there
and. tell me that Lungheigh was
killed by a bolt from a clear sky?"'
"Sure, a workman on a 20-story
building dropped the bolt."


d st Studel (writing hom )-How
o2n uStud- i a c iall y,
and there are two R's in "embar-
rassed."

Teacher--If Columbus were alive
today, wouldn't he be looked upon
as a remarkable man?
Jimmys---ll tell the world. He
would be 500 years old.



DR. H. H. YOUNG
CHIROPODIST
1019-1020 Olympia Bldg.
has returned to the city and
resumed practice.

Telephone 22853


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160 N. W. FIFTH STREET


Carrying a full line of Canned Goods, Smoked
Fish, Herring, Corned Beef, Sausage, Salami,
Bologna, Butter, Eggs and Dairy Products.

Everything to satisfy the palate at prices below
that char ed by others*



Grand Opening Saturday, Sept. 19th


MVeats under the personal supervision of
Rabbi Isaac M. Wapner.



Miami Home MVilk Producers Association
Dairy Products


lay, September 18, 1931


Page-Five


west where they spent their sum-
mer vacation.

Mrs. Harry Greenblatt was hos-
tess to the members of Beth El
Sisterhood at its semi-monthly
meeting last Tuesday night. A
large number of the members were
present' and enjoyed the social
hour following the business sess-
ion. fbefreshments were served
during the evening.

Pincus Schrehoick, sort of Mrs.
Mary Schrebnick of this city, spent
some time in Agua Caliente, Mex-
ico, on location with one of the
companies making a film for the
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer organiza-
oion ion d t wom the hsi bel
Culver City offices.

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith of Sun-
set road were hosts last Sunday
night to the members of Congre-
gation Beth El and its sisterhood,
the members of the local Elks
lodge and their wives in celebra-
tion of their fifteenth wedding an-
niversary. More than one hundred
guests attended and took part In
the festivities of the evening. The
home was beautifully decorated
with flowers and potted palms

wedin aniesar mot Ca d
were played and prizes were
awarded at each individual table.
Beautiful gifts were received by
the couple from many friends and
congratulatory telegrams were re-
ceived from all parts of the country>
which were read to the guests.

Yom Kippur services at Beth El I
Congregation will be ushered in
Sunday night a~t 6:30 when Rabbi
Kleinfeld will preach on "The Pa-
thology of the Soul." On Monday
morning the services will begin at
8:30 and the Rabbi's subject in
the morning will be "The Univer-
sality of Judism." At high noort
Memorial services will be observed
and the Rabbi will speak on "Im-


s.I. Levin, president of Tem-
Israel Sisterhood, announces
appointment of four additional
mnas follows, who will al-
:tas members of the board*
~Jack Bernstein, chairman of
hone committee; Mrs. Sant
er, chairman of student ac-
es committee; Mrs. Morris
chairman of peace com-
e;Mrs. J. S. Fields, chair-
of Union Museum. This last
nittee has been recently cre-
ey pthise NainlFe eatieo~n

ti mO io. Thm fis mb si es
ig of Temple Israel Sister-
will be held on Monday, Oc-
5th at 2 p. m. to be preceded
board meeting at 1 p. m.
wigthe general business
ng, the Sisterhood will be the
Isof the Capitol theater. The
rasof the meetings will be-
with that of the November
ngwhich will be a "peace'
ng and will be in charge of
Morris Cowen, chairman of
eaecommittee. The program
seDecember meeting 11l a
details will be announced
ly. The calendar of events
he winter season will be an-
edat the October meeting: of
r nation.

and Mrs. Isider Tannenbaum
tined the friends of their
Haod, at a farewell party in
xonor last Sunday when they
pred to bid him good luck on
having to enroll in the Uni-
byof Florida at Gainesville.
home was beautifully decor-
with potted palms and cut
rswith streamers of Univer-
of Florida colors all about the
SMusical selections were
adby the guests and dancing
enjoyed. At a late hour re-
Amnts were served. Among
russpresent were the Misses
NCromer, RuthelDrevieB, rne
tsEdna Schoenfeld, Esther
odGertrud ,eylh cenFi 1
ceaTleingagE~en, Dot Roth'
r.Buster Field, Sam Kan-
en Cohen, Louis Seitlin, Mor-
ff,i Se mourerLon 1 s El i
gBartz, Sam Harris, Rich-
Feiga, Max Schemer, Mike
noff, Bernard Weintraub and
nFriedman.
-t-
Iton Friedman was reappoint-
anerof the University of
ni freshman football team.

Henry Seit in who was away
SMiami on a five weeks' vaca.
combining business and pleas-
SNew York City returned last
sday.

msfor the chanting of the
os services at Beth Jacob
ration, Miami Beach by
or Boris Schlachman and his
,have been made and special
ay music has been arranged.


celebM tiond ofrh ei t et
ofMiami Beach entertained


rinsof their daughter Ethe!
week. Pink and blue was the
scheme followed in the dee-
ontallies and birthday eake.
were played and prizes w-ere
by Rose D~ubler, Charlotte Da-
16 s~ein and Theda Mau-
nwald, Betty Lasky, Pauline
yLillian Eisman, Belen Eis-
Rose Levine, Shirley Elkin,


Adelaide Sherman, Ida Engler,
Bernice Schwartz, Gladys Abenson
and Jennie Spector.
r
Mr. and Mrs. B. Silverman of
Miami Beach entertained a large
number of friends at Kiddush the
first day of Rosh Hashone in hon-
oror of the arrival in Miami of
their daughter, Anita. Refresh-
ments were served and an informal
reception was held.

oAt eat Jetn o the Sisternho d

Mam eBeach el ctioonlo office s
chosen* Mrs. Barney Weinkle
president; Mrs. J. Ca~plan, vice
president; Mrs. Frances Berner,
secretary; Mrs. Sam Blanck, trea-
surer. As members of the board
of directors, Mesdames L. Mintzer,
A. Cohen, Sam Cohen, M. B. Frank,
Rebecca Yunes and Edward Rei-
man were elected.

A meeting of the executive
board of the Senior Council of
Jeih Women will 2 h held on

m. in the home of the president,
Mrs. Ben Watts, 1823 N. W. 8th
street when plans for the activities .
of the organization will be an-
nounced for the coming year.

Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kurman re-
turned to Miami this week after
having spent seven weeks in the
north on their summer vacation.

Mr. Jos. Mechlow tz of the Sun-
shine Kosher Market returned to

Meera 1 thhsa rpnta inteNr

Mr. Hyman Gottesman, a former
resident of Ml~iami, returned to the
ct aftetro an aseh e meseher l
He will be joined by Mrs. Gottes-
man and their daughter shortly.

Mr. Charlese (Chuck) Cromer
returned to Miami after an ab-
sence of eight months spent in
the north.

Beth Jacob Sisterhood will spon-
sor a bridge party on Wednesday.
September 30th at 3 p. m. Full
details will be announced at an
early date.

Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan announced
the reappointment of Miss Franc~s
Kane as official Sunday School
pianist for Temple Israel in re-
cognition of the splendid work of
last year.

bA bheautiful Succa is b igh bu
Congregation in the spacious yard
of the Synagogue in preparation
for Succos and the parties that
areto beb held dd ing the ho iay

Auxiliary will decorate the Sue-
cah after ithsobe ceompleK d

dush will be observed in the Sue.
cah and all worshippers will be
the guests of the Congregation.
,l
Among those taking part in the
pdrmhp b8 idedbm ch l~iami
Frances Kane and Lew Merlin.
Miss Kine danced a toe dance and


Spanish dance as well as leading
the chorus in five other dances.

Beth David Sisterhood will spon-
sor a benefit card party on Sim-
cas aTortshh nightmSunday, Oct be
In charge of arrangements is Mrs.
Louis Weinkle, chairman. Mrs. J.
Katz, Mrs. B. Kandel, Mrs. Sam


THE JE'WISH FLORIDIAN




---- ~B~A~s~s~l~ 3


Friday, September 18, 11


T te M&iRi Jewigh
Orthodox Congregation
at 1545 S. WT. Third street ar.
tends its sincere thanks to an
worshippers who attended se.
vices on Rosh Bashono and
wfishes for all
A GMAR CHASIMO
TOVAH
To prevent confusion it iS
earnestly requested that those
who desire to attend the Yom
Kippur services at our Syna.
gogue please call on Sna
som11 to 4 p. m. and pncas
number are available.




A WORD
On the eve of Yom Kippnr,
I want to express mysier
appreciation .for the splendid
treatment and words of ape
ciation accorded me during
Rosh Hashono by the Rabbi,
officers and members of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation and its worshippers. a
we all be blessed with
A GMAR CHASIMO
TOVAH
is the wish of
CANTOR NATHANWRBE


Page Six


WHY FOOL OURSELVES?
By J. LOUIS SHOCHET

M~iami and Dade Cclanty are today, wfith the rest of the world
trying to find a solution to the age old problem of making ends meer.
Unemploy-ment, lacki of business is rife everywThere. In this section
it is particularly noticeable and felt, perhaps more than elsewher,, be-
causet of the after effects of the boom, hunrrican~e and bank failure .
Wer are perhaps more fortunate than others, in that today, we ~
have had presented to u8 upon a golden platter, an unexcelled orppor-
tunity to again have w-ith us that protsperity, employFment and busi-
ness that any city or county needs to make things worOth whiile and
liveable.
Through the efforts of Dade County legislators aided by forward
looking legislators from other parts of the state, wfe, the citizens of
D~ade County, have today the opportunity of bringing bakprosperity
to D~ade County.


1


M~cKEBERANP FURNITURE CO.
"WcuYear D~ollar Does Its Daty"
B~i~srPdi agg yd U6

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RThe Miann Beach Kennel Club_


THE JEWISHFLORIDIAN ------


agee wlith Alfred Segal. His un- I
a cagrio ~ h the modern rabbi ;3 f
plicatioiin t al to versatile to '
su: hend d o hoe ~ho eper
the trpay 0 f s frequently too j
tnevervaag plen~ty of book-
tru~enr. 11e amave prrs colum-
reviewe rsf dEf~ramati rit rbbis
nStsef rrnt,:and e or te infusing re-
i e ton cor ev'ou orefer--a religi-
o~uZ eran pt on of life-,l into their i
re ligionr-starve~d congregation, the3
li ,ry arnd dramatic wForld would
ge~t alorng just as we l.

GREEKS DESCENDED 1
FROM~- JEW:S

'Ihe Grecian scientist and his-
torian, Prof. Elefteria es of a-
loniki has just published a book
which has created a worldwide
sensation, He propounds the the-
ory that the present Greek sa
direct descendants of Jews wHe
cme sto tGreece from Africa, ree
language has many' Jewish roots.

NEW DELICATESSEN OPENS

Schiff's Delicatessen, formerly
only a dairy store at 160 N. W-.
Fifth street has enlarged its store
and fully equipped as a complete
deniatsesse atdoe po openly fo[
Rabbi Isaac MI. W;apner is to be
i personal charge oftespr
siin n mnet i s ee ib h


pictures made from the air. As
the plane flew into Washinton
the other day wae orcser t sm

for the first time the vi~ew of wh-ich
I had een a photograph in 1897.
I have known~n the city- of W'ash.
ington for fifty year-s and every
time I go back I find something
newf has been done to be~autify i .
The Japanese c~herry trees. plan.
ed around the Tidal Basin, whbic" n
in: myv bohoo~d, wias a wfanp
wh-ere the malarial mosquitoes -
bred, rere in full bloom and made
one of the most beautiful bits of
artificial srcenery I have ever seen.
.ashington streets and avenues
are so congested wilth motor traf-
fic, and it is so porJly~ regulated,
that I felt that I wFas actually ;n
grater danger during that tet-
minute drive in a taxicab than I
had been in flying. I am not par-


to an announcement
r prices will be fixed
es to meet the econo-
Is of today.

iiggs started going t
;. Change of heart. /



;aac 1M. Wa ner
the officers and
f the M~iami Jewish
congregation, its
xiliary and worship-
ll as all Jewry

AR CHASIMO
TOVAH


ticularly; courageous, but all my
Wfhy fool ourselves ? Without legalized racing conducted under apprehensions, I then realized, had
the supervision of a State Racing Commission, affording the touri3s s vanished as soon as the wheels of
that pleasure and entertainment that they crave and come here for, the plane left the ground at Nef-
Dade County may as w-ell forget that it is on the map. The tourists ark.
come here to enjoy racing as one of the pleasures that they want to -
and do pay for. PLAIN TALK
D~ade County needs the millions of dollars that are pouring in as Alfred Segal, the noted Cincin-
a result of racing. Without that money we cannot exist ? Whyp fool nati journalist, in his recently in-
ourselves ? Iaugurated column, "Plain Talk,"
Jews are part and parcel of the citizenry of the State and Coun- i' ~att'eaE pet of Rab isti n r
ty. They are forward looking and business minded. They- realie :Segal, writing in a publication ca-
what the welfare of the County needs. 'tering to reform Jews, takes the
reform rabbis to task for taking
Jews as real citizens must and will' vote for legalized racing on so little interest in the human ills


.Otbr2h. ;of their congregational members.igkohr
;Laments M1r. Segal: "Mfodern rab- n ohr
.bi Accojrding
bshave quite forgotten their
~Lcccc-rrrrrrcc~" Maryland. She worked as a w~ait- ifnto sproa evnso by the owne:
'the members of their congregation,
o orw and saved her tips Prntil she had mxeta hi fdig n h i "c condition
S13,0100 dimes. funerals; modern Judaism hasi
By Frank Parker Stockbridge/ "Some of the other girls bought iabolish~ed not only the personal "S r.
fur coats and automobiles ihGdbualoteprolrbi...church again
(Continued from page 2 their savings," she told me, "but The modern rabbi is more of al Nlo, hat.
Ii thought I would use mine to learn community ornament than a per-
of travelling as it loos from the some kind of a job where I would- sonal servant, a speaker for the
ground. There was a light breezeI n't have to be on my feet all the Rotarians, a boy scout; and mod- Rabbi Is
which had a habit of freshening time. What's the use of living if !ern Judaism is more a philosophic
and shifting suddenly, and the y Sour feet hurt so y-ou can't have abstraction than a personal relig- wishes all
war ai curens isig fom heany fun ? So she spent her $1~000ion." MIany of our readers will members o
wam ircurnt rsigfrm heito take a complete course in flyr- Wrthodo
earth varied in intensity with the x in.Anucn h pnn fa Lde u
character of the surface over which in.Anucn h peigo aisA
we passed. The result was a mo- Beulah had a limited commercial VETERINARY HOSPITAL pers as ~el
tion much like that of a small boat pilot's license nowi, but will have: Dr. V. WY. Knowles
on a land-locked harbor in a chop- to do a hundred ours more of solo VEEINRA A GM1
py sea, waith an occasional big flying before she can get a trans-i 740 N.,E. Ninetieth Street 1
wave slapping the bow. This made port pilot license. Meantime, she, (Just East of Boulevard)
walking about from one end to flies every day from New Yorkj Phone Edgewater 1601
the other of the sixteen-passenger to Richmond and back, as hostess:
cabin somewhat difficult. There for the Eastern A~ir Transport, and
was also a fairly constant roll still saves her tips and part of her:
from side to side, about what one wages.
experiences on a ship at sea in "The girls that get the big-

a: pthn fre ann a, alhuhhv ic fa rs r smn hayt (
this w~cas less severe than on board buy fast planes for them," she
ship.said. "It is going to take me a i
ship, j long time to save up enough to1
sea ik,' ah oses on beend tol < b-uy a plane, but in the meantime I Tectzn~fD
hav-e got a job I like, and it don't
me as she served us hot coffee and ,,
d~c~rl: hurt my feet." Dade CouPn tl~r~~


LET US
HELP SOLVE
...YOUR .. .
LIG HTING
and PO WER
PRO 8LEMS
ECONOMICALLY
Pwarnr 4-1121


CaeBaltimo~e~fre. ls enns a Thirty-four years ago I hap-
pened to be in Washingtojn when
HOSTESS tefrtsra htgah fte
The hostessi on. our ship was C~apitol were made. A man froml ~
Beulah Unruh, who is known New Jersey sent a Kodak up ~n
among air men as "The Flying a kite string and produced the first ~
Waitresss" Beulah, blonde and
blue-eyed, and with a permanent I e elhSntrw
smile that shows her pretty white N wH at aaoim
teeth, is 24. She is a farmer's
daughter from the eastern shore off ~~i ~

M1r. and Mrs. Henry Bulbinan~osl-~~~I)

Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends i
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
++++++++++++++ as fer whe nheli i na


yv~c can1
unleSs the tourist come


de County must face the facts.

not exist and have prosperity
s here.


The tourist must be entertained while here and
tha OF 8 rMOinmn must be clean sport in its best
form.

Grey ound racing in a plant that has received the
plaudits of the entire country is provided by the
Miami Beach Kennel Club operating under the rules
of the International Greyhound Racing Association.

In preparing for a winter season. of clean, honest
greyhound racing that must benefit you and all of
Dade County we urge you to


Vote for the approval of the a plication

--OF--


you: ~ ~ ~ a~~ i~a I nrmal.
When you are sick with heart,
nerves, stomach, women disorders,
diabetes, carcinoma cancerr), etc.,
you will find help by a physician

wiDR.0LUD~1 .r RENAU
1822 N. Bayshore Drive, Miami.
II!Illf !! ;inl n mfW.!ilfi: m MI ;o: rs:im? !!!!210? '? Ur in P? .'!:r. ....:ll" ,


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