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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
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September 30, 1932
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 30, 1932
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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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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AA00010090:00187

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Related Items:
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Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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FLORIDA'Si ONILY JEWISH WEEKLY PUBLISHED PEGULAIRLY


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B078 to Help in
HOliday Service


BMiami, Florida, Friday, September 30, 1982


No. XL.


Price: Five Cents


Kleinfeld

Petersburg

mrander S. Kleinfeld,
Rabbi, formerly of
and recently of West
and Miami, will offi-
iligh Holy Days serv-
leBeth El, St. Pet-
Sthe Reform Jewish
there. An innovation
le there this year in
Swill wear hats dur-
feces. Friday night
will preach on "A
New Year." Sat-
the first day of
othe .Rabbi will
e Wheels of Time."
ngthere will be no
Rabbi Kleinfeld has
preach at the Orthe-
pel Congregation and
"Akeidas Yitzechok."
night Rabbi Kleinfeld
) "The Illness of the
kiskor services Yom
sing "The Universal
i at the closing serv-
preach on "I m a


~e Services

Planned
o'clock the High Hol- )
i.will be ushered in
lra% Shabbas." At
Maariv services will
will be no sermon
Swill be very brief.
:Wiesel will chant.
borning the Shachris
t 8 A. M. with Mr.
kind chanting. The
begin at 10 o'clock
laplan will preach on
,ron, the Day of Re-
The Musof services
ed by the Cantor be-
the removal of the
the Ark to the Read-

brnig the Shbechris
C, with the sermon on
Cnd Its Significance."
ter the sermon, the
sounded. Musof
be chanted by the


IBelh David

Sets Program

With Cantor Louis Hayman
chanting t~he Musof services and
ilouis Weinkle the Shachris during
Rosh Hashono the services will be-
gin tonight at 7 o'clock. Rabbi Dr.
Carl A. Press will be in charge
during the High Holidays and will
preach beginning tonight with a
sermon on "Life's Purpose, a He-
brew Conception." Saturday and
Sunday, Rabbi Press will have as
his texts, "Today," and "Sounding
the Alarm."
Next Friday night, October 7th,
at the late services the Rabbi will
preach on "The Book and the Peo-
ple." Yom Kippur at the Kol
Nidrei service the Rabbi will
preach ori "Whither Mankind."'
Yom Kippur morning he will use
as his text "Tradition," immediate-
ly preceding the Memorial serv-
ices. At the closing service Yom
Kippur the Rabbi will be heard
in "Hope." Responsive readings
will be part of the services dur-
nig the holidays. '

St. Petersburg
To Hear Cantor

Canter Nathan Wroobel of Mi-
ami left Thursday night for St.
Petersburg where he will be in
charge of the High Holiday seru-
ices at the Bnai Israel Synagogue
there.
The services will be ushered in
with Kabbalas Shabbos and Maariv
Friday night at 6 o'clock. Satur-
morning the services will begin at
8 o'clock. The Musof services will
be chanted by Cantor Wroobel be-
ginning at 10:30. A brief sermon
will be preached. Sunday morn-
nig the services will begin at 8
o'clock and at 10:30 the Congrega-
Stion will listen to an address by
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld of the St.
Petersburg Reform Congregation.
The Musof will again be chanted
by the Cantor. Yom K~ippur will
be ushered in the following Sunday
night with the Kol Nidrei serv-
ices at 6:15. At this service a
sermon will be preached. Sunday
morning the services will be
marked by the special Yiskor pray-
ers which will be conducted by
Cantor Wroobel, Tche Musof and
Neels~h services will be chanted by
the Cantor.

~HEBREW ATHLETIC
CLUB HAS MEETING:
A well-attended meeting:of the
Hebrew Athlet~ic Club was held
nas Wednes ay ng a heh syn-
thodox Congregation, 1545 South-
w7est Third Street._ Impostant
matters were discussed and much
enthusiasm was aroused by a short
tameof Ca oer Boris 'Schl chman,
(Continued on Page 2)
In this way with the help of local
Jewry it is hoped that sufficient
money will be raised within the
next week to enable the necessary
aneasures to be taken to give every
Jewish family applying to the Bu-
reau that help the family de-'


serves.
Those desiring to contribute are
urged to forward or bring a dollar'
to the Bureau in the Meyer Kiser
building.


will be ushered
wnwhen imme
chanting of "Kol
bi will speak on
eslutions." Mdemso-
nMonday morning,
.will begin with a

ab athe elosin1
abi will preach on
Heaven."

PLAN TO
KHAT TEMPLE

Israel the High Hol-
Sbegins tonight at
bi tr Jao gK I~p
durnig these sev-

Frda evening., Sept.
bl.Lecture: "'Mael-
cRequirements of

Saturday mornig,
Ma. Lecture: "Faaih

in, Oct. 7, 8'15 P.
~of Return,. Lecture:
~All Huraln Belage."
L.Evening, Sunday,
M. Lecture: "Orig-


;DOllar Drive To
Be Continued

Because of the lack of sufficient
response to the appeal issued last
week to the Jews of this section
by the Jewish Welfare Bureau, ef-
forts will be made during Rosh
Hashone to awaken the interest
of local Jewry. At each of the
services in the four synagogues of
the Greater Miami section, the
Jewish Welfare Bureau will be
represented by a speaker' who will
-make a brief address to the wor-
shippers. All will be asked to
contribute ONE DOLLAR to brPing
immediate relief to the needy de-
pendent upon the Jewish Welfare
Bursu. The drive began last week
when letters were sent to every
Jew in the district explaining the
needs for help and the demands
daily being placed on the Bureau.


dress. Yom Kippur at the Kol

1i hear o G rdon, annT ta t
closing service of Yom Kipper,
Stanley Weimke will make the ad-
dress
The High Holiday services will
begin tonight -at 6 P. M. Only a
brief service will be held with Can-
tor Schlachman chanting. Satur-
day morning Rabbi Axelrod will
pech on 8 eeng y nto ml F
will speak on "We Are the Same."
Yom Kippur at the Kol Nidrei
service Rabbi Axelrod will preach
on "At-One-M~ant." Remembering
particularly the members of the
Congregation wjho died within the
past year special memorial serv-
ices will be held Yom Kippur
morning when the Rabbi will have
as his text--"Absent."
Cantor Boris ,Seblachman will
chant all the Musof services, as
well as the Kol Nidrei and Nellah
services Yom Kippur.


In addition to the Lermons by
Rabbi Lazarus Axelrod, Beth
Jarcob congregation, Miami Beach,
will hear a series of addresses dur-
ing the holidays by members of the
Talmyd Torah and Sunday school
of th R geg~on tThe d r

wi 1 be made by Jack Mintaner,
The second day of Rosh Hashone,
Sidney Besvinick will make the ad-
inal Purity, not Original Sin."
Atonement moianig, Oct. 10. 10
A. M. Lecture: "Freedom of the
Will."
Atonement afternoon, Oct. 10, 1
P. M. Picture: "Reward and Pun-
ishment."
Childreala services 12:15 in
School Rooms: Subject: "An Ila.
ventory of Mind and Heart."


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"LEST WE FORGET"
By RABBI LAZARUS AXELROD


(confession) "Shema Yisroel--the
Lord our God, the Lord He is

Five weeks later, one of the sur-
vivors returned to his native home
in Chicago. Ralph de Koven wh
wh
experienced the pogrom face to
face, and had aged in a single day,
was back home. I was there
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all interest in my surroundings.
On the front page of the paper, a
full-sized photograph stared at me
wildly. Beneath the picture I read
the inscription: "William Berman,
Philadelphia youth, among the
slain ~at Hebron." The wohis
seared my brain. Everything
swam before me; I clutched at a
passerby for support. I read fu~r'
their. "Dave Sheinberg, Memphis;
Aaron David Epstein, Chicago;
Jaclqe Wechsler, Chicago; Benja-
mmn Hurwitz, Brooklyn" .. God!
Jackie, Billy, Dave, Benny and the
rest of "Our Gang," killed by mad-
dened filh Arabsthel sto them
rushed along roaring like a demon,
taxis flitted through the street
hies mnnd flenienmand omen
ently as they hastened on their
way, the banana peddler on the
corner called attention incessantly
to his pushcart. I was oblivious
to all this. Mechanically, as in a
trance I made my way to my room.
Ill for several days, I lay on my
couch, gazing helplessly through
the window at the colossal sky-
scrapers of this metropolis. Mag-
mifeient structures, vast and tow-
ering, they left me cold. My
thoughts turned to a small modest
stone building in Hebron, whose
walls even now were moist with
the blood of my colleagues, Yeshiva
walls--Koslai Beth Hamidrash .
At the end of the week, I tray-
eled to Chicago. On the Sabath
I inade my way to the synagogue.
I chose one on Douglas Boulevard.
After the Sepher Torah had been
laid in the Ark, the speaker, Rabbi


ing the weekly sermori. He looked
pale, haggard and careworn. H~lis
wordscame slowly, jerkilyi. He
seemed to be gasping for breath.
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,tember 80, 1982


He clutched convulsively at the
:ail of the platform and began:
"Av Horachamus, F'ather of mercy,
who dwelleth On High, remember
with compassion the righteous p~d
the perfect who have delivered
their souls for Kiddush Hashem.
Gott! my son, my son."' He' burst
into tears, and cried like a child.
He could not proceed. The wound
was still raw. He had lost his
sixteen year old son in the pogrom.
I visiited Mr. Wechaler in Chi-
cago. A father in mourning over
his Jackie. We sat together in
silence, a heavy expressive silence.
I writhed uncomfortably in my seat.
I wished to express my sympa-
thies, but words seemed too futile
at that moment. For I had known
his Jackie intimately. The kid, he
was called. Charmingly naive. tall,
brown and handsome, he was the
idol of the college. His future
seemed rosy. Alas for human ex-
pettionsst d oor Jac terHoh

intricacies of the Talmud. He
would sit for hours at a stretch,
poring over the pregnant page,
wrinkling his brow pensively in an
effort to extricate himself froni
the maze of commentary matter
dealing with the ox which gored
the cow, or the pilferer who made
a table out of the stolen planks.
He would often amuse us with his
newly acquired Yiddishe ditty--
"Ich bin a Bal Agoloh." A letter
reached us later from Jerusal-em.
Jackie had died with his head on
his tutor's lap, repeating the Viduy




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IEWISR FLOR DIN UILIBIN8 ET



J. LOUTIS H H9F3T, Editor
Miiami, Florida Phone 2-1188
Entered as second-class matter July 4,
:ese, at the Porrt ort~ice at usami. Fla.,
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Volume 5.--Number XL
Friday, September 30, 1932


Il 11~5C1H A SERI


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THE JEWSHFLORIDIANf~


Page Four


The stars are bright tonig
pulsating stars
Like beating hearts within
hollow sky.
Oh, hearts of gold that ela
thru the bars
Of shifting silver moonlight,
me why I,
You quiver restlessly. Perl
you yearn
To leave your places and so
times to trail~
The wanton moon her nigl
path, or learn
The seerets that the change
clouds detail?
Oh, prisoned worlds of light,

To desor edn ours one glean
purely bright,
Iend courage to a heart afraid
live,
I'd be content; and yet I Im
some night
;I'd leave my orbit for predesti
doom--
A dazzling flash across oblivir
gloom.

There is a remedy for eve
thing except some of the remedy


No wonder the ocean waves I
/angry when the wind is continue
blowing them up.

SA man might hope to agis
the wisdom of the serpent if, I
puldthe serpent, he had no legs tol


pulled .~ y~eu~gh.et

B nythedtY n o are hpy canl

When you are sad my soul

And du Iy t rou forbidding pd
I go.

When you are reckless I canl
that way,
Looking no farther than ourp
en day.

For through the years. so a
our love has grown,
My heart is but a mirror ofp
own.

Det htalk rei mn s g
way
Through serried ranks onde
erand bent
And claim my prey. Of friendly
foe alike
I take my toll, and when my i
is done
And peace is summoned, 11
only show
A devastated land with
homes
And rows of graves where w
Fields used to be.

SIt has been shown that it ist
sible to cook a hot dog on

aond w en wouldsets starts
tributing mustard.

Most wondrous words drip
his lips,
On wisdom great he leans;
His gems of thought by too

I wodrwhat he means!


A back-to-nature colony is a
New York reports marked
siasm in the summer jsst
with scores of aebers Pp


At a nominal outlay of
$2,000,000, Persia has
qunboat fleet in time lto
disar~mament.


Ei ht -seven women mn the
Unit d States earn their living by
hunting and trapping, but, accord-
ing to the Dayton News, "this fig-
ure doesn't include those who get
their furs off tired business men."

Discoveries made in the Pueblo
country of Eastern Arizona show
that men were living there as early
as 790 A. D. The government is
looking up their address in order
to send them a delinquent tax bl.

A. New York gentleman has
krvee 1,000,0 y 8 mile gi t
home in the evening. Another boy
who made good. If I hear what
his work is I'll tell you that, too.
***
Fat men, a magazine article tells
us, are invariably honest. Except,
a cook tells us, on how they got
that way.

Opened
song--written expressly, we on-
derstand, for the tuba.
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For no good reason, a milkman
uncovered in Los Angeles by a
cllator te odities can hold seven


An important citizen is one who
can make the world believe he was
misquoted when he sees how dumb
it looks in print.

A little boy went forth to school
One day without his c ~.
The treache~-rb; sah, alone!
"O y ,hid sn't W ilie come "bo,
"There ain't no Willie Now."
"What do you mean?" the teacher
asked,
With puzzled, knitted brow.
"Please, sir," the little boy replied,
"We made a bet fer fun-
Which one could lean the farthest
out
Our attic--Willie won."
,
"Grandma," said little grand-
daughter, "every night when I go
to bed I ask God to make brother
Fred a good boy."
moulhat's right," said her grand-
"But he hasn't done it yet re-
plied the little girl sadly. '
*
There's a man, a citizen now
and doing very well, who at'
tributes his start in America to a
wise-crack he pulled a few weeks
after he arrived from Sweden. He
had a job as a carpenter on an
d him-dte building dThe foreman
"Isn't this demanded the
Swede, "a fire proof building? "
"Sure," snapped the foreman
'vhat's that got to do with it ?,,'
AI'm frd, ain't I?"
Job back foreman gave him his
*
An egg in the cup is worth two
in the nest.
*
Women's sphere nowadays seems
to be the big round earth. i

Misery loves company, but it is
better to have rheumatism in one
foot than in both.


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NEW YEAR'S DAY

Rosh Ha-Shanah! Great, joyous
day that ushers in the New Year!
Time's annual starting point of on-
ward anovhemen o th ietiree ui

ing to Jewish tradition, the Books
are opened to inscribe upon their
pages life and sustenance, sorrow
and joy, health and sickness, for
each human being, according to the
will of an all-wise, all-seeing, om-
nipotent Father. Let us pause and
think of it, we whose love for free
thought, untrammeled and unr~-
strained by any agency, leads us
to prefer not to humble ourselves
in prayer before the Almighty,
aiheron tahi herofdaRoshh nal"
how helpless, for all our intellec-
tual striving and insistence upon
the sublime ego, we really are be.
fore the Power which orders our
lives always for good, even though
it seem to the rebellious spirit
otherwise. For God is truly a God
of love, ruling tireless, and pa-
tient, above the forces of nature
which He has created, yet because
of nature's immutable laws, which
must not be suspended for the in-
dviidual, making man's fate de-
pendent upon himself, upon his
own smmnngda mns n tru s ahws.

our prayers ascend to Him from
temples and synagogues, that God
is our friend, loving us, reaching
out to us for the best that is in us,
asking of us only that we be true
to Him, and run not counter to the
laws which He has laid down for
man in conformity with those laid
down for nature, we would place
ourselves on the road to a fuller
comprehension of problems that
seem to many of us hopeless and
unsolvable. And this is faith--to
believe that man created in the
s aen If IifaMaker is eotra tir-
design; that his soul is in his own
hands to strengthen and uplift; in
himself the power to restrain pas-
sions of greed and lust, as well as
to hold the reckless, soaring intel-
lect in check, making it teachable
and subservient to the omnipotent
mind and ruling of the Universal
Father.

There is a feeling that Jimmy
spoiled things by rushing out of
New York before the World Series.
The plan, we believe, was to have
Seabury throw out the first mayor. I


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amateur the game well enough to
make a lot.


A Tale i6f Two Brothers

Abram and Zimri owned a field together--
A level field hid in a happy vale.
They plowed it with one plow, and in the spring
Sowked, walking side by side, the fruitful seed.
In harvest, when the glad earth smiled with grain,
Each carried to his home one-half the sheaves,
And stored them with much labor in his barns.
Now, Abram had a wife and seven sons;
But Zimri dwelt alone within his house.

One night before the sheaves were gathered in,
As Zimri lay upon his lonely bed,
And counted in his mind his ample gains,
He thought upon his brother Abram's lot,
And said: "I dwell alone within my house,
But Abram hath a wife and seven sons;
And yet we share the harvest sheaves alike.
He surely needeth more than I:
I will arise, and gird myself, and go
Down to the field and add to his from mine."

So he arose, and girded up his loins,
And went out softly to the level field.
The moon shone out from dusky bars of clouds,
The trees stood black against the deep-blue sky,
The branches waved and whispered in the wind,
So, Zimri, guided by the shifting light,
Went down the mountain path and found the field,
Took from his store of sheaves a generoid third,
And bore them gladly to his brother's heap
And then went back to sleep and happy dreams.

Now, that same night, as Abram lay in bed,
Thinking upon his blissful state in life,
He thought upon his brother Zimri's lot,
And said: "He dwells within his house alone;
He goeth forth to toil with few to help;
He goeth home at night to a cold house,
And hath few other friends but me and mine
[For these two tilled the happy vale alone]*

"While I, whom heaven hath very greatly blessed,
Dwell happy with my wife and seven sons,
Who aid me in my toil and make it light;
And yet we share the harvest sheaves alike.
This surely is not pleasing unto God;
I will arise and gird myself, and go
Out to the field, and borrow from my store,
And add unto my brother Zimri's pile."

So he arose, and girded up his loins,
And went down softly to the level field.
The moon shone out from silver bars of clouds,
The trees stood black against the starry sky
And dark leaves waved and whispered in the breeze;
So Abram, guided by the doubtful light,
Passed down the mountain path and found the field,
Took from his store of sheaves a generous third,
And added them unto his brother's heap;

Then he went back to sleep and happy dreams*
So, the next morning, with the early sun,
The brothers rose and went out to their toil.
And when they came to see the heavy sheaves '
Each wondered in his heart to find his heap,
Though he had given a third, was still the same.

Now, the next night went Zimri to the field,
Took from his store of sheaves a generous share,
And placed them on his brother Abram's heap,
And then lay down behind his pile to watch.
The moon looked out from bars of silvery cloud
The ce ars stood up black against the sky,


The olive branches whispered in the wind.

Then Abram came down softly from his home
And looking to the right and left, a
Took from his ample store a generous third,
And laid it on his brother Zimri's pile.
Then Zimri rose and caught him in his arms
And wept upon his neck and kissed his cheek.

AN d brarn saw mhe wholehand could no ospes ,

Back to their homes, and thanked their God in prayer
IThat He had bound them in such loving bonds.
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been married. The names of his
children had been blessed as his
had been, and his children were
attending the religious school.
"It is a sign between me and
the Children of Israel, forever."
The congregation is well repre-
sented tonight. The President,
most of the Board and mourneral
everywhere one could see black.
After all it is a Memorial Service.
There would naturally be many
mourners at a service such as this..
"Let the words of my mouth-"
The Sermon was to be "The
Ever-hymig," a Memorial text.
What a beautiful thought. Not the
deda, the ever-living.
"Only the body has died--"
The spirit lives and will live for-

ev ch were the Rabbi's words and
as they resounded through the vast
room not a person but was stirred
by thoughts of those who passed.
"Every act of goodness they per-
formed, every true and beautiful
word they spoke is treasured up
andt bcm esn inediv toh cn;
the dead."
The President was now reading
the list of those who had gone be-
fore. Each by his name was called
and each in the year of his passing.
Many times Paul had heard
Memorial lists. To him they had
meant nothing. Strange figures
of the past with whom he had no

couddndrly Paul realized the list
held memories for him. It was
taking shape. It was recalling
people he had known. People he
had talked to, lived with, loved.
Less of the shadows, more of the
realities now, name after name,
many of whom he had known.
Some he had studied and worked
with, others he had played and
played with. So this was the why
of thee roll eal1. To bring to mind.
"Every act of goodness they
performed-
Every true and beautiful word
they spoke-"
HIe was thinking of them all
now very virtue they possessed
was passing through his mind, a
memory movie of the past. By
their goodness he remembered.
"All you who mourn the loss of
loved ones, and at this hour, re-
member the goodness, the hope
and the sweet companionship that
have passed away with them--
come-and in the midst of sympa-
thizing fellow worshipers rise, and
hallow the name of God."
"Yisgadal, Vyishdakash sh'meh
Rtabbo."
Everyone was on their feet,
very voice joined to hallow the
name of God.
"Yhe Sh-meh rabbo Ml'vorach."'
Sweetly the organ blended with
the humming voices of the choir--
with the voices of the Congrega-
nlon. The Kaddish was concluded.
"Yhe sh'lomo rabbo--Sho-
lo l, olenu v'al kol yisroel, vim-
ru dqen."
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn and com-
fort the bereaved among us.
Amen."
-Ah mnPy l'swasrbruhed aside
text resoulnded with cheer and re-
assurance.


"The Ever Living."



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By RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
T' is an old theory accepted by the modern thinkers of today, as
recent as the late George Foote Moore of Harvard, that the origin
of religion will be found in the impulse of "self preservation.'
The savage believed in hidden
powers because he sought protec-
tion through them. With his be-
liefs he preserved his life.
When at any time in our mod-
ern civilized world has religion
been so powerful a force for the
preservation of man as it has to-
day. Today, when our economic
crisis has so destroyed our con-
ception of right and wrong ...
of the moral and immoral ...
Today, when the struggle for a
materlidl existence has led to the
increase in crime and has crowd-
ed our prisons with young girls
and boys. .. Today when govern-
,ments are so corrupt that they
lend a helping hand to the different rackets and vices which have
become so prominent in our present day life. Yes, today, when our
very exsitence is being threatened by the whirlpool of unmoral and
dishonest living which is engulfing us more and more. TODAY, more
than at any other time, "RELIGION" must become a greater living
factor in our lives, if there is still within us a semblance of some in-
stinct or impulse to self preservation.
A New Year now lies ahead of us. As yet it is pure and un-
defiled by the hand of man. We look to it with eager hearts hoping
and praying that it will bring us joy and gladness, that it will re-
lieve us of our so many troubles and worries .. that peace and con-
tentment may dwell in our midst. But, like the patient who cannot
overcome his illness if he himself will not fight for his own life, so
we too cannot expect a cure for our ills if we will not arouse within
ourselves our own instinct for self preservation.
We must, with the coming of a New Year acquaint ourselves more
and more with our faith. Judaism has at no time been a set of laws
and dogmas confined within the covers of the Book of Codes. Instead,
it has~ always been the driving force which has guided the Jew through-
out life. In every phase of life it has been the index pointing the way.
It is as much a Jewish precept, "Do not unto others what you would
that they do not unto you," as it is to attend synagogue t'hlyg'tigs
daily. We have drifted as far from the "Golden Rule," which; has'bei-
come a substitute for the religion which so many lack, as we 'hark
from the synagogue.
Come, let us return to our faith. Let us acquire a better knowledge
of it and the "Golden Rule" will come without effort on our gark
Make religion our aim and happiness is certain to come as our goal.
Strive for the first and we are sure to attain the goal.
Let us resolve for the New Year to take our future into our own
hands and to hold it so that we all may enjoy the blessings of
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The abbs tel u tha onRos thoughts, took up the shofar and
Hashanah, the sins of all Israel/ cnraied it ohi lips.e iThe whle
come up for judgment. The Accus- ogeain lsee nety
ing Angel stands before God, and waiting for the cry of the horn
points out the wrongs committed to burst out ...But no sound
during the past year.Itithncae
the legend says, that the blowing The Gaon tried again. MWinute
of the shofar helps us. The loud, after minute passed, in anxious
harsh cry of the ram's horn is a silence. Rabbi Elijah felt terribly
sign that we are assembling to re- confused. When he had sounded
pent our sins. Its sound confuses the horn in private, several days
the Accuser, so that he falters and Ibefore the holiday, everything had
cannot fix his mind on the charges gone well. And now, at this great
he wishes to present to God. /moment, he was failing. What
Apart from this story, manly could~ it mean ?
Other thoughts come up in thel However, he did not keep his
mind of the Baal T'kiah, the manl listeners waiting any longer, but
who blows the shofar. It is a mojtt gave the ram's horn to the cantor,
important ceremony, as you carl and asked him to try. The cantor,
see, and must be carried out with perhaps unnerved by the Gaon's
an uplifted heart. failure, also failed to make the
That was why all the Jews of shofar sound. It was then handed
Vilna were glad when the Gaon Ito the Dayan (the judge just be-
himself offered to blow the shofalr low the rabbi in rank). After him
in his own little Schule. "Elijah"
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of Neti Yok~k's Jewish Eaist Sid~e
and tells the powerful dramatic
story of a doctor torn betweep ~the
sufferings of his people andi the
human urge for wealth. It is a
thrilling story of Jewish life, and
will help swell the tides ot emo-
tion prevalent during the present
high holiday season.

A large number of members and
their wives attended the Slichos
services at the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation, and at the
Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami
Beach last Saturday night. At the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega.
tion, Rabbi Jonah jE. Caplan offi-
ciated, with Cantor, Rabbi Alex.
S. Wiesel chanting. A special
guest of the evening was Cantor
Louis Hayman of Beth David Con-
gregation where no slichos services
were held. At Beth Jacob Congre-
gation, Miami Beach, Rabbi Laz
arus Axelrod was in charge with
Cantor Boris Schlachman officiat- r
ing. As special guests of the eve-
ning the congregation had Rabbi
Dr. and Mrs. Jaeob H. Kaplan of
Temple Israel. The services were
concluded at about 1:30 A. M.
Sunday morning.

Temple fraejl Sister~hood will

sh seao iona a teron Ot

with Mrs. Isane Levin presiding.
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particularly the members of
Temple Israel sicere wish s
for a

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To Anna Appel, middle-aged
star of the Yiddish Art Theater,
famelis something more tlum elec-
tric ~ ~ ~ liht an h rmeig
her name.
For fifteen years she has ap-
peared at the head of one of the
most select group of stage artists
in the world With the Yiddish
Art Theater she has seldom seen
her name displayed in glaring elec-
tric bulbs.
They do not do things like that
Sin a serious theater, and Anna Ap-
pel is serious.
Miss Appel was born in Buchar-
est, Roomania. At maurteem with
her parents she emlyr~ated frP
the old work) to Canada. At, fif-
teen she was playinB in 3 Bon-
tpeal stock company mna series ~of
classical ~plays*



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years, ah plqye ~ ea diy wit ti
Yiddish~ ert T eate?*
"Symphony of Six Million" is
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silent flim in Vienna.
Appearing with her is Ratoff, a
Jewish actor of note, having per-
formed for many years abroad and
for a number of years with the
Yiddish Art Theater where he
established a unique reputation
for characterization.
Both of these artists had per-
sistently refused to appear in films
bjitt aieire -`eventually induced 'to
make their debut because of the
human theme of the story which
w sS WitY b Fanni xHur 11on,,
which will appear at the Tivoli
Theater this coming Sunday and
Monday, is a human interest saga


here they arzve oe

Mi'tchell Wolf son has returned to
heDallas Park apartments after
short trip to Pensacola.

Miss Alice Apte left last
urda t r-nter G uhe col
h urs Ia t m ree rShe ou er aca -
opanied by her mother, Mrs. D.
Apte, who will visit in New
ork and other Eastern cities be-
rereturning to Miami.

Dr. Albert Lippman, who has
en the guest of his uncle and
tMr. and Mrs. J. S. Field, for
weeks, has left by motor car
r his home in New York. He will
it ais ster and brother-1 a

Philadelphia.


remf Fm7 Ro kawy N, Syl
nHenry Sprmntz ofMiam is me ng
arnts, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
rida.The wedding wil be
nNonember 10 an aer a h n
rin z wil brng h bi t -
mi.
Miss Friedman's parents have a
inter home here and she has
pent seven winters in Miami. Mr.
prints is secretary and treasurer
f the Princely Shops and secre-
ry and treasurer of the United
Manufacturers' Agents. He has
de his home here eight years.
e returned recently, fe troacNew
ork, where he spent a par~t of fie
summer and is making arrange-
ts to build a residence at Mi-

usiness here as a contractor, be-
ng the senior member of Henry
prints, Inc. His last building
contract was for the William Jen-
ings Bryan Junior High Schooll
t Miami Shores.




Extends to All Jewry and
Particularly the Officers
and Members of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion and Its Ladies' Auxil-
iary Sincere and Heartfelt
Wishes for a
Happy and Prosperous
New Year



Rabbi andi Mrs.
Lazarus Axe rod
Wish for all Jewry and par-
tcularly oe membensbl Cand

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Happy and Prosperous
New Year


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fibbi Alex. S. Wiesel
Wishes All His Relatives
and Friends,
the Officers and Members


The Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation and Its Ladies'
Auxiliary, and All Jewry


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CARL PRESS
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particularly the mqmnbers and
officers of Beth David Con-
gregation, a
Happy and Prosperous
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inspirational talk; Dair J. Apte, retary; Mrrs. Miorris ;Cohen, cor-
president of Temple Israel, will responding secretary; Mrs. Harry
speak on "What the Sisterhood Nevins, treasurer; and Mrs. Her-
Means to the Congregation"; and bert Kleiman, auditor.
Major Kaufman Mandel, who re-
cently celebrated his ninety-second ...................... ............-
birthday, will talk on "A Littlel Rabbi and 1Mrs.
Fatherly Advice." Musical num- S. M. M ahtei
br Beatrice Hsunt,r sloist,T an auhe am

ebaux, will be presented. A socially Extend
'hour will follow thoprogram anid the r etH dahs o
members are privileged to bring Prosperous New Year
guests with them. Preceding this
regular meeting there will be a to the members of The Radio
meeting of the executive board at Syna g mCd Gng. eh h l
1:30. Important business will be ticular, and to the House of
transacted and all committee chair- rsrael generally.
men who served last year are ex- ,,,~,,,.,- -
pected to attend. Following the
'meeting the program for the year's illillililllililldlallllllllkl
work will be announced and com- s
mittee chairmen for the coming g
termwil benamd. ffiersof
the Sisterhood are Mrs. Isaaec Le- 08Rater
vin, president; Mrs. J. A. Richter, g
first vice-president; Mrs. Bert~ g ihe Bori ischl achman
Riesner, second vice-president; Wse l li eaie
Mrs. Henry Bulboin, financial sec-


and
the Officers and Members


conlgre ati na setch Jacob



"K~siva V'chsima
TOvah"


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and Friends


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addresses
Iie ~ds of

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by three outstanding
thie Sisterhood who wiill

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NINIM111illifillimmil11

Rabbi L. Lehrer


Congregation Bikur
ChioliRI
Asheville, N. C.
Wishes the officers and
members of his congrega-
tion and the Jewry of Ashe-
v nle, N. nc., st. re er urg,
ville and 1Miami
A Ksiva V'chsima
Tovah
"""'"""'"'"""" 1 1111( 1


IV1


Alex. S. Kinfeld
ishes, for all Jewry, and
rticularly the members and
,rshippers of Temple Beth B
of St. Petersburg


RABBI and MRS. ISRAEL H. WEISFELD

and Son, Hillel Danny
of CHICAGO, ILL.
Wish All Their Friends in Southeastern Florida
and Greater Miami
"KSIVA V'CHISMO TOVAH".


C~reetiM~s fa ~ilariba ~E~n~


SOSri H118110140, the Jewish New Year, af-
I 0frds an appropriate occasion to recall the
I contributions of an ancient people to the
contemporary world. Jewish deeds and
idealism are written indelibjy on the scroll of time.

Down through the centuries to our own time there
has flowed a continuous stream of enrichment of
the spiritual alid cultural life of the world. In
business, the arts, the professions, philanthropy,
citizenship and, above all, in the evolution of the
spiritual life of mankind, the race has contrib-
uted elements of strength, beauty and tolerance
which are~ thte common heritage of all men. On
the occasion of the happy festival now being cel-
ebrated I wish to extend my heartiest congratula-
tions and most cordial good wishes.


WMI. J. HOWIE'











I~thn abu honey.wtlo~ It is whole


___L___s_


APHORSPISMS

ON ART


By PRO)FESSO)R BORIS SCHAITZ

rrt xnthout rsoui ii jrayer anthl-
utJ .:evanron.
Art. :;ke ov\e. Iakes life ;ieet.
ut a;s a meayns r` nn :: IL iat-
er :ndeted.
,Te :ifference? between .;rt and
ppoiedi art .a bat :nz :rtter :

:e~re arp I:o two~ like facetS: thet
sp~re~ssin -f reir differencese :

A .~T ark : rt Decomes ;n tne
.n ntinurle ': _i worix t iaoor--s
otrt'tiess th~ing~.
:n .irt. as .:1 CGodi' a orld. ;:ou
ind everything: wh~eat for m~en:
triaw or r;orses. Everyone
soos~es ro suit ass ow~n taste.
Arrt n-thout an ;desa is al dish
xlthfout sait: but no dish can t ~B e
znade~ of sait aloe.
.i perf'eet :-eehnque is fihe a
.are ,iictonary: :ireso~me and
avnne nothiine ro 'be hnumn soul.
rSculo~tue. ike ai oroverb. mussa
~e hort and Lihare.D
Bast~-reitef"': :sa 7rlde between
icultnure Ind pamnting: :0 "relief"t


De Profud~s


cut ;\f :he darkness. out \-f the dfepths.
i called to Thee. wiho art; the God of Light.
.Stretcht out. stretch out Thy h~elpingj hand
And save me from thre daruknesis of the nightt'

Reveal Thyself a flame,; a spak:
It matters not--a :taen thrat s-hall ~sa
T~hat Thou art somewhere. that my soul
.Amidist Life's w~idmernes is not astray.'

In diarkness and in loneliness
in anatmsiedl silence I suffered d dayr and night
Whilst Thou wrapped r-ound in cl!oud and mist.
Thy :ountenance didst cover from my flight.

.Lnd i-et myn faithi in Thee wa~s bstrng
And routinee Thee I comforted my mind.
A~nd munrmured: -''Srely. from Thy throne.
"hiou eazest -down ait me and art not blindt."

And in the Deuths and in the Dark
Thy 1oir name js often Itn my ton~ne,
Y-et lowly. slowly in my mind
IThe eTertet-teth :i Doubt h~aVe sPRungP.

A~ Protest gnaslrr within my hear ..
L oo my r'amntmP lips the prayer dies.
0'_. Godt. if' me Thou s-ee'st and hear'st.
i ome f'orthi, senrd down a token from the skies!"
T-Jhoash.
Translated from the YLiddish.


The BEftTE K~in of Printine
A~t ReaseMabe Price
Ph. 23261 4-35 W. Flagler St.
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T7 Nerh M Ave


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A portrart zamter must ~inowl ABOUIT HONEY"I AND so the deiitous. naftural swe~et.
:.ra~nn. :amti~ne ;ndl :peep THE RAM')S HORN~ that wei eapt oI N\ew Year's e~Ve. is:
.i :1seart:i :s n utory: :~o ot to' -- the -ldest form of' candy. To our


WChen, ::ou hear he shoiar slowr. Gevi :naces asi as the
: ounds v~elrd. doesn't i-t? Its
:Jne .s ,aweensunrr ne. It ar~lsls yblo apiesadwl-
s:ina; That I~ itt why ey deereed that
it shuld tte Jart of the holiday:
Think! This sa i olemn m3-
and upper. T-hey chose i t as a-
men4rt. rsrael 5 ratihered .n :ne,
,. Mn ofi :he :oy they hoped f'or isl
presence r' :;d.
the coming year. ALnd threy hadi
Whenve har :blow .n he ots Io it. Pale~ssine wass a land of
synatoeue ;r :emple. on New astrs withpety f flow~er
Yeasr a morning, we f'eel thrrif~ed h8'd & T-.-
nd-and wnera at, 1-.here as rmrch ;o found in thre crevices of rocks. ini
nonde rr" at ollow tree :run~ks. nd hanpmel


.nnormsP : :nst; :l :uautiful.
An ejndur:ne '-('S `f .rt mustl.
.ke uti it :ne emens,.e e cncevived
nE e.:s acy. rejstae :n eace and be


r, ru-e Iom-rit ainter Ii nIows i
-ices .n :acen~.
on r~us 5 a. natural crious
toine: :a -e -rrdliant .:- must Ie
redi zround.
_rom cemrus :0 madness is but
ne step: i-,m mladness :0 census


--rn ~indiess~~~~ ;eace. ITe snofar is ne:ex :o :he ol\dest from :hJe branches.
"aient sa.. at of od~r. ad :t Inusical :nstrument ;3 the woarid*~ I! tail you ;-nother pleasant
t:rane -irmotation. Happy .s .e o.nly~ the reed-pmpe is more ane~tent
.;ro :las ::ot .:htmlndedly- :t .:. 1=:3 s erhaps thre only one that has
-namelessir sold it~ Ir :diiv illoweft remai~ned~ ilmmproved as to rthis
ar aT 1Pi sakee, ,iay. -'s :id :rc, mulitipied WIGH3 CMS PZN~G
.n ,a worldi heN re sO ;2.0 ar-:mendously 1y the echoes f'rom Wgy NrYT Ggya ITT
:ness: Jdiness .rs et -nly : ne urroundi-na mountains, rang ~
;ui Iecole~- :rorrugh :he ears o Israer 1va~en *, *~~c~


'Tar.nal Airr' s .;rt omingr dount Sinal hook :nthi flames ainti
ra~m .; ieatrr na~t :eats .n 2nison smore. and rthe Law a; Fs given? :
;rth .:s nation. ur rforefathers. T~at Is why~--
A eve-rr mran a~n Iraw ai ror- beesuise of the holy- memrt~es con
r-an:i fa l:.o Iao l :e _ort-att :eelred nth ::--=he shoiar nas
itf leve~r man --never. vler-r jeen, itered to :his :any.
:f ..ut ould starommze 3ar*. SUy or~e mayI .f arrvEed .ndi :-1er.ned
:Pei o.nrt r .;v nq arst~bs: :f 1`o 'n :he9 uItslide. Sere aire everal
uv t:E vrnys i :eai ines-you Ieautifui shofars 1n emat~ence. But
arranilze re rr tealers. ne n~side--he means of ~rcrdne
.ne rhe sound. ls never iiffefrent
;5RAEL .AND THE NATI NS~ crom h-at .= was aI the daysr rof
lIocses jlmostr ;,7ur th~ousand~ ;.ears
_Fhe Trwr :s ;aae i :narreltou- -ears stgo.
:;,t, -as won ;rr:.:: ;ilf _he aes: Ioney s, ;til he same. :ac. L-
,no as ~non : :: :s :,anas :2c :r va a, _e e-~mue -i :he
cmen :im. De ;gyptan.. :he wonrld. :to ws n he se~nnntmnm
at~-inyban. .ine rme Persin _Lose. :hae worldr. It wfas the ch~ief' means
;;;t rre lanBet nt~h ound sna by w~hic such ;inelent ~Deoes as
-rten~aor. :hen facQtes :0 cream---tud :he Egypt-ians, The Babylronians.
_no a~sse: iaway-: rh~e Greeb; 1-no :;re Hebrews.. :he Greeks and irhe
rne ,i.man ifollowedandf mIade .1 R~omans weetented their ifood. for
astr rorise jan :hey 31re ione: thieyl knew' rothing about the narar
;taer _eoles ilar-e rprrnna ;p an~d cane. ,r :hie suapr in ieets and rn
:I:ei tscl :azren ne-f t :r .i ::me. :ther ;-egtables. Sauga arrved
out amed ut ad thy at in in Euroeiand Wester Asia amJe
:wdi htt ::0w. or ~nae camished. recentiv.I by omoartson. W~e havep
~~~ j,,, mf~~ 9fi B em Onip~t uIsma It for abrout four
wkas Sxhibitmag no ieeadence. nro
intfirmatfies -f are. :1o weakfeningi Th WorhE Meet~L ladviideal
""' ,i rr. "'. IO I if t P rL b
Twamrie. 1898. ~tfrom "e Man htat 3e3eer-wCc..a

Carreg R...a srun.,a 2,,:.: ve, PB4;~

JSWLSH C`HARA M CSFTIC nm ba m....~
at -Ass .wr >rae.
atJ three distianmiV srsas F'mb xxor me n C
The mbrs~ of the Jewisrh race- ....* asay~ s..... st~ dPC-,
Ar teaer heart.elf-rewe~rS wome. ~ I "' "e a st
dam prestial beaueemk ad mmadea
P. a amI ases3 A





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;~';"..R

Mr. and Mrs. Max Rappaport
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mirs.TiI. Rose
and Sons
Wish All Thejir Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rosenfeld
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rosengarten
and Family
Wish All Thbeir Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Rosengarten

Wish AllTei Relatives and

A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mrs. P. M. Rosengarten
Wishes All Her Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR



Mr. and Mrs. P. Scheinberg
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives rand
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Sdher

Wish Alla mhiReMatives and
Friends
A RAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. I. Schwartz
Wishes All H~is Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seitlin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Seligman
Wish All Fhi nRelatives and

A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Miss Sarah Shochet
Wishes AHl Her Relatives and

A HAPPY NEW YEAR
The Misses Bay U. and Esther V.
Shochet
Wish All Thei Relatives abd

A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Frederick K. Shochet
Wishes All His Relatives and

A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and M~rs. Ben Silver
and Panalgy
Wish All Thei Relatives and


A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. rad rrs Berard Simn r
Wishr AB. Their Makt~ and
Priends .
A HAPPY NEW IEAR
Mr. rad Mrs. Te~jas Simes
rad Amrily
Wish AR Thetir Belse rand
Pdends
A BAPPT NEW YEAR


Mr. and Mrs. Julius Simpson
and Children, Norma and Shepard
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

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

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Small
and Family
Wish All Their Relaitves and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Spector
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. M. Steinberg
Wish All Te Relatives and

A HAPPY NEW YEAR



Mr. and Mrs. I. Tannenbsum
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and

A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tobin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Tobin
and Family
Wiqp All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW TEAR



Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Waldorf
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A BAPPY NEW YEAR

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

Dr. and Mrs. Barney Weinkle
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle




an Family
Wish All Their Relatives and

A HAPPY NW YEAR

Z

Mr nMr rs. Davide Zavne

Wish AHl Te Rltives and
Frind
A BAPPY NEW YEAR






WIST PALM BEACH

Mrs. Mlry Schretaisk


and PBmiJ
Wish An B Teir Belative sad
Prjbends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. Raymoord Shemely
Wishes ARI Bis Bels~ie s
Pd..a.
A BAIPPT ~iNE TIIrABr


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 Mlrs. Louis Levitt
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Hyman N. Levy
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives sand
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. David Lindner
Wish All nhirRelatives and

A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Lotzk
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

g

Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Mlagid
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

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


a So
Wish All Te Relatives and

A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mars Louis Miller
of the Mayfield Court Apartments
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A BAPPY NEW YEAR



Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oliphant
and Son Elmrer
Wish All Their Relatives and


.A
t ad Mrs. Nathan Abramson'
and Son
ish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.,Jack Apte
and Family
W~ish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
. Td Mrs. Samuel Aronovits
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr and Mrs. G. August
r.nd Family
;ish All Their Relatives and

A HAPPY NEW YEAR



and Mrs. Philip Berkowkis

Wish Alla ahirRe atives and

A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Broan
W~ish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEWCC YEAR
Mrs. I. Backstein
iCishes All Her Relatives and

A HAPPd NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Balbin
and Family
Vish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR



ir. anda Mrs. H. I.r Drevich

Vish All nhi Relatives and

A HAPPY NEW YEAR


Mr. and Mrs. L~eon Elkin
and Family
Vish All Te Relatives and

A HAPPY NEW YEAR


Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit
and Family
Vish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
(Ir. and Mrs. Joseph M. Fine
Vish All Their Relatives and

A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SMr. Harry Freemran
of Chicago, Ill.
Fishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
9r. and Mrs. Myer Friedman
and D~aughter, Mallrjorie
C'ish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
[r. and Mrs. Wm. Friedman
and Family
irish All Their Relatives and

A HAPPY NEMW YEAR
[ and Mlrs. Sam Fatterfamss
and Family
lish All Their Belativesl sand


A HAPPY NEW YEAR



MQr. and Mr. E. Gordon
cad PamiW
'ish AU 'The~sir Relativs ad
Priends
I the Offler s d Zenabrs
d aethb navid couage..
A RAPPT NEW( TRAB


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

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




Mr. and Mrs. Arthru Hirtenatein
Wish All Their Belatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

M and Mrs%.k Ma offmand

Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


K

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kahn
and Son, Arthur,
of Elizabeth, N. J
Wish All Thei Relatives and

A HAPPY NEW YEAR

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

Mr. and Mrs. B. Klandel
**Fish All '1ei Relatives and

A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kanner
and Son, Richard Aaron
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. J. Katz,
Daughter Viola and Son Bernard
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

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

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kanfman

Wish All Thir R tives and


Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR



Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pallott
and Daughrter
Wihs All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW~ YEAR

Mr. and M~rs. Fi Pallott

Wish All Their Relatives and
Fdieadrs
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Moses Pallott
and amily
Wish All Their Relaties~ and

A HAPPY NEWR YEA

Mr. and IMrs Chas Peretsassa P
and Fusr ~
WKish AD Thir Ralative aml
Priends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


y, September 80, 1982


Pase Nine


G L


Friends -
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Klein
and D~aughter
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

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

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kotkin
and Family
Wish All Their Belatives and

A RAPPY E YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kroaneneld
and F~amily
Wish All T~heir Relatives and
Friends ~FF~~FF~
A HAPPY NIFEW YEAR

Mr. sad Mlrs Max Kapterstein
and Family
Wih All Their Ealatives ad
Frried.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


THE JEWIBB FLORIDIAN


To All We Say "A Most Happy New


Year"




I


ceding the general meeting. P ae

mones.
Plans are being made by the
president, Mrs. Lutsky, to organize
andi ssP en mdern H~ebrew afu sp
stimulate interest in Jewish sub-
jects Hadassah is trying to organ-
ize a library. Mrs. Maxt Dobrin,
edneational chairman, will be cus.
todian' of the library. All persons
wishing to donate Jewish. bitoks of'
any nature please call Mrs. Dob-
rin or Mrs. Lutsky.


't n- a.n~llo~u
--~-


hida, St~eber30,f


BBST WISHES

SA HAPPY NEW YEAR

HOTEL WINDL
. Forsyrt~ St., Adras St.
and City Ball Parkt
150 Roomui~ sad Barth
$1.00 Up -- Pree Garag


Geo Washington_ Hotel-- Ma wer Hoteli~
Jacksonville, FloI a
Exrtend Best Wishes to ~All Their Friendls for a
HAPPY NEWO YEAR I



Greetings from BILLY FOSSETT, Your Stfiic~j~al i
Proprietor of ARCADE PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY 7
No. 6 Halcyon Arcade No. 2, and
FOSSETT'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY, Huntington lf


~s~s~s~s~s~s~~
---- --


moocooosopoo


PAUL POLLAKC
Candidate for City Council, Miami Beach
WISHES ALL HIS FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR

i~S~~w;i5sgs

J. IL IAAA
SRepublican Candidate for Justice of Peace, MHiami Beach
WISHES' ALL HIS FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR
- -- --C~Z~~tI~~,C~~C


Bay 29th--Election of officers.
Board luncheons will be held
monthly--on the Thursdays pre-

A HAPPY~ NEW YEAR

J. GESC~IEIDT, Inc.
REAL ESTATE
705l Washmngton Ave.
SPhone 5-1782 Miami Beach


Our Sincere Wishes to Our
Jewish Friends and Patrons
for a Happy New Year

George Ehlenberger
% ('O., IRC.
150 N. E. SEVENTH ST.
MIAMI, FLA
Wholesale Distributors
Ehlendale Butter, Eggs
and Cheese
,,,.,,,,,,,. ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,.... ..,,,..................


_______ __


Dec. 26th-Chanuca card party,
Mrs. Simpson hosteess.
Jan. S9th--eea me ing.

Mrs. A12Godtem- annual Hadassah
Ball, Senior-Junior.
Feb. 13th--General meeting.
Feb. 27th--Annual $5 Donors
Luncheon.
March 13th---General meeting.
MMarchC 2th--Benefit card party,j
March 28th Presentation of
Purim play, written by Mrs. M. D.
Kirsch.
April 10--General meeting.
April 24th Annual Thrift
Luncheon-Bridge.
May 8---General meeting. i
May 22-Spring Shower-Brid e,
Mrs. M. Lesson, hostess.

JUREIT'S
465 W'. Flagler
2 3 N. E. F ir st St.
1225 W. Flagler St
WISHES ALL
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

.....................-...................



HOTEL SEMINOLE I
SJacksonville, 'Fla.
"Jacksonville's Leading Hotel" ~
,la-cm n
Extends Sincere Wishes for
SA HAPPY NEW YEARB


1... .. ..........


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White and pink cold framaes with pearl seek
my prds, (10 vsrane for $7.50. SheB fram
L? 'alue, ss. spcrializing in the scidifi
refraction of the eyes and the proper lil
l09 W.Flagler Phone 3235-4
orEBl 3 PIK CO, 14 8. E. Second Ave. Phone 3-2383
i Iid rome Ave., fomaestead



MR. AND MRS. NATHAN ADELMAN
AND FAMILY
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dox Congregation and Its Ladies' Auxiliary

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that a baby girl was born this
week to Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Farr

frmear 141ll W 1 rseirnr dug e
ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Wallerstein,
of Miami, and Aaron is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Farr of this
city. ...

An important meeting of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregiation
has been called for next Tuesday
afternoon, Oct. 4th, beginning at
2 P. M. for the purpose of making
plans for the "Succoth" celebra-
tio. This is an annual affair for
the congregation and will be held
in the large "Succah" of t Syn-
.agogue in the rear of the building.
All members are urged to attend
this meeting. A social hour will t
follow with Mrs. W'm. Mechlowitz
in charge.

On Dec. 16th a board meeting of
Senior Hadassah was held at the
home of Mr s. S. H. Lutsk y, 8 1 2
Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Many
very interesting plans were made ,
for the future activities of the or-
ganization. The installation open.
ing whichw~nill bein the form of
a novelty luncheon will be held on
Oct. 24th. On Oct. 30th a dance
is to be sponsored. Nov. 14th will
be the first general meeting and
on the 22nd and 23rd of November i
Hadassah will hold its annual
Baked Goods Sale-part of the
proceeds of this affair will be
given to aid the Jewish Welfare in
its work. On the 28th of Novem-
ber a card party will be held, this
to behthea first ofaa chain.
Dec. 12th--General meeting.
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By RABBI A. 8. KLEINFELD
Mrs. Larry Fay and sons, Mor. Congregation Beth El, St. Peterebarg, Fla.
timer and Arthur, returned to the RETHREN, hearken to the message of a true servant in Israel
city this week after spending their s For a number of years my life was devoted to the service of
vacation in the North whp they God and my brethren. I have learned the longings and desires of all
visited N'ew York, Atlantie '~ity and elements in Jew~ry and endeavored to give them comfort and consola-
other Northern points. tion in times of joy and sorrow. The past which now lies behind us
+ r brings back sacred memories because my people yearned for spiritual
The formal tea of the Junior knowledge and greeted each succeeding year with religious enthusi-
Council of Jewish Women held Sun- asm. But the lean years of depression and despair finds many of us
rky at thteh E ergladesh hotel lacking the true fihith sos essentialsthese d ys, laritghose sir igte
and was one of utmost success an alarming degree. My Nlew Year's message, therefore: Rally to
made apparent by .the large at- Juadism and its teaching, "Israel trust in the L~ord." Perhaps these
tendance and congeniality of the are the days on which God applies the acid test of your reliance in
guests. Him. In Leviticus we find, "Odom ki yakriv mikem korban Ladonor"
"If many make sacrifice unto the Lord." The word "mikem" means a
Miss Millie Dreisen gave a few part of yourself. Now you can practice the true word of Scripture by

rete te psde na dMiss S ylva tioo s though it esti lo s crif o u par do thha yu pa er
Dreisen who also spoke. Miss may be acceptable before the throne of justice and mercy.
Irene Farr presented a, program, 1During my brief stay in the Magic City of Miami I observed many
after which refreshments were discords in Jewish life, a community that fails to raise the standard
se" I of spirituality. Rally to year Synagogue, hold in higher esteem and
The first meeting of the year veneration your ministers. Give them an independent living enabling
will be Tuesday, Oct. 4 at 8 p. m. them to spread the word of God in sincerity and truth, lacking not for
in the Blue room of the Ponce de th eeste flf.Revive the beautiful tradition of the Cantaste
Leon hotel. Chazonoth which adds beauty and devotion to our sacred liturgy. With
all Jewry at large, I pray, "Chadesh Olenu Shonoh Tovo," "Renew
Word has just been received unto us a Very Hiappy and Prosperous New Year."


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"No, no," the Gaon whispered,
shaking his head. "There must be
a secret fault in my character by
reason of which I was not thought
worthy tos ow the shofar. I am
tring to s~reh it out and to cor-
*ec i.
"Rabbi, I'm going to tell you A
story," said the maggid in his
cheerful voice. Rabbi Elijah looked
up, with a faint smile trembling
on his mouth. He knew that when
Reb Yankov of Dubno told a story,
it was worth listening to.
"There was once a king," said
Reb Yankov, "who had a wonder-
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In this trouble, Reb Yankov, the
witty maggid, was the only one
who knew how to approach him.
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"Ratbbi," he said, "why are you


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WHEN THE SHOFAR
WAS SILENT

(Continued from Page 6)
treasurer tried, and even the
caretaker. Not one of them could
low the shofar. The members of
te schule were dismayed at such

ht ad, ome poor and simple man
*om one of the back seats offered
Story. He came to the reader's
ask, took the shofar in hand, and
ith hardly an _of~~etfort, he ikiirlit
owerfully. How relieved the
ople were to hear the familiar,
aspiring sounds!
"T'kiah!"-eone long blast.
"T'rush!" three trembling

r h'varim!"?-six short notes.
And then "'T'kiah," "T'ruah,"
d "Sh'varim" in varying order,
st as the reader dictated. A
ep breath of thankfulness passed
rough all the hearers, and the
avers went on*
"Who is the man that blew the
ofar ?"' the Gaon asked, after the
rvce of Reb Yankov, the Dubner
aid(preacher).
"He is Mosheh Levner, rabbi. A
ple few. A peddler, whom you
ke ouhis t on tde dschoe ibe
ato the poor people in his own
ee.He has no learning and no

A," si he rabbi, and spoke
the subject no more. But as the
went by and the holidays
reover, Rabbi Yankov and his
er followers noticed a change
thedGaon He a uned deep y
.No longer did he joke with
mover the subtle points of the
w.When on the Sabbath, be-
enthe services, they told anee-
esabout the great students of
past, his face no longer shone
them, with its former expres-
of peace and love. He prayed
whisper now and did not ging.


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to do that, one' must bore a hole
through it. *He sent for the court
jeweler, who admired it greatly,
saying:
"I: have never seen another like
it. A priceless stone!"
"I am glad to hear that," said
the king. "Now take it and bore
a hole through the center."
"One must have a very steady
hand to do that," the jeweler re-

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IfIIuIAAAAIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIISIIIIIII~IIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilII~lIIIIIIIIIII
A NEW YEAR MESSAGE

By RABBI LAZARUS AXELROD
Congregation ð Jacob, Miami Beach
PEAGE to the House of Israel:
may joy within it ever dwell.
Wte stand beneath the rosy shim-
mer of New Year's dawn, as it
tints our horizon with the world's
new born hope. It is the season
of the blasting of the ram's horn,
the clarion call to a spiritual re-
newal and Teshuva-repentance.
Lest our destinies be swayed by
unbalanced animal propensities
the shrill notes of the shofar pierce
deeply into the heart, bringing to
the surface that spark of divine
intelligence which alone justifies
the existence otma n.
O God! who settest Thy seal of
immortality upon all Thy crea-
tures, let all that is hard, frozen
and unyielding in us, melt into the
rivers of Thy delight. Let all the
doors of our lives be flung open to
receive the springtime flood of
Thy love. May this year bring in
its train everlasting peace on
earth. May the Hope of Israel*
which still lives in the breast of
rery faithful Jew, come true. May this Isle of Dlreams with ite
ately palms redolent with the fragrance of Palestine, inspire us with
e thought that the Eternal People will return to the cradle place
its being, Eretz Yisroel, and attain its highest goal in life--the triple
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SBe patient, heart, light breaketh by and by,
i~ ,Trusts the 1Most High.

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And dares to live his life in spite of woes,
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rors. Risk his life in such a delicate un-l''yC
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By DR. C. A. PRESS, Rabbi .
Congregation Beth Danid, Miami, Flonida
AT this solemn season of the
Jewish calendar the
noblest sentiments are awak-
ende in the Jewish heart.
Centuries of trials have
taught us the true meaning ~
of life; the wisdom, of ages
has pointed to us the way out II
of every difficulty. The suf- l B~
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in the past year should only
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plied: "Let me hear no more, lest
I turn the world to chaos; it is the
divine decree, accept it then ye
who rejoice in the Law."
I: recall a certain cold winter's
night. I leave the Yeshiva well
after midnight. The air is biting,
and the ground is covered with


dry frost. Writh gemara tucked
away under my arm, I make my
way homeward. An Arab peasant
astride his donkey, passes me,
lurching dangerously near. His
face is typical of his race--hid-
eous, repulsive and denrioniacal. I
shudder instinctively as I think of
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dof time to welcome the lucky
Reporters were there en
s.Photographers clamored
pictures. His name was for
time a headliner in the Chi-
dailies. We sat together on
veranda, and for the first
I gleaned some of the facts,
details which had escaped
newspapers. Ralph had cer-
ly changed. He seemed old,
urd ynical. He was embit.
dand spoke with vehemence.
kig around at the beautiful
ettes which adorned his fa.
's home, he summed up his
inof this very fine house in
word--"Junk." Poor boy! He
me how he had stood for hours
his back to the door of their
ni" (boarding house) almost
igthe vicious lunges of the
bs as they sought entrance to
place, to kill, to rape and to
der. He could hear Billy Ber-
from across the way--the
ath House," where every oceU-
t died a horrible death--"'m
efor--carry on." He mentioned
ys name with awe. Billy stood
ein the American group. A
duate of the City College of
York, he had abandoned a
able position in Brooklyn to
this happy band of Yeshiva
hoorim, who, with unflagging
1,delved deep into the fathom-
sea of the Talmud in quest of
ious pearls, moral' gems and
word of God. The New York
eshad stated the fact pro-
lely: "W~illiam Berman, Phil-
elhis youth." The sub-editor of
at newspaper was no doubt a
inof capacious understanding,
t he had not known Billy. It
*uld have taken much more than
ist to describe this valiant hench-
an, who kllw no fear. He had
ed fighting to the lasat. No flow-
3s are laid, no eulogy has been
imposed to this brave youth, yet
my mind there is engraved a
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,d. He was my popular oppon-


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ent m Talmudic debate.


the vineyards, the pomegranates in And a Voice from the Heights re-


__


HIe is,


no doubt, expounding the multi-
fold ramifications of the Talmu~d
somewhere up above .
Ralph described the miracle of
the two Harbeiter boys. The two
brothers were pioneers from
Brooklyn. They had been stabbed
at least twenty times by the Arab
fiends, and left to die. They are
alive, but they carry their grim
story through life. One is even
now pursuing his Talmudical
course in Mir, Poland, minus three
fingers of his right hand. 'She
other is studying in the Isaac El.
chanan Yesrhiva College of New
York. He views the world through
one eye. The other he had sur-
rendered to the common enemy-
Arabia.
Ralph paused in his story. There
were other incidents, minor events
Isuch as the roasting alive of an
old Sephardic rabbi. He was held
by two Arabs over a burning
Primus stove until he succumbed.
The other incidents are entirely
too gruesome to appear here in
.in.There are lign!tatfions to
the pen of man. But Ralph could
tell them to me, and I shudder
every time I think of them. 14Pp.
ings, ent-throat murder, plunder,
pitiless violence, Hebron has been
marked with a stain such as will
never be eradicated. O most an-
cient of cities, home of the Maar-
ath Hamachpela, you have wit-
nessed sin and corruption unheard
of since the times of the flood and
the righteous Noah.
The twenty-fourth day of Aug-
ust, 1929, the fateful day, marked
my arrival in New York. The first
anniversary found me lecturing be-
fore the Jewish internes of the
Federal Prison, Atlanta, in the
presence of an armed warden. The
second anniversary was spent in
M~iami Beach, where I presented a
word picture of the massacre tc
my own congregation. At this, the
third Yahrzeit, I am vacationing
in Ontario, Canada. I am permit-
ted by the immigration authorities
to remain here until the twenty-
fourth day of August. What a
coincidence! Three years ago, my
American visa was granted me in
Jerusalem on condition that I
reach the States not later than the
twnty-fourth day of August. I
bow to the creator in reverential
homage, and exclaim, as did the
magicians of the Pharaoh in Egypt
"It is the finger of God."
About this time of the year lI
feel a strange longing for Hebron.
Even at this moment, as I propel
my canoe aimlessly through the
still waters of the lake, I dream
of my Yeshiva days. I am alone
with my thoughts, thousands of
miles from the scene of the little
gray building with its barred win-
lows, overlooking the Emek (val-
ely )of Hebron. Vast oceans sep-


bloom, displaying their exquisite
scarlet cup-shaped blossom. I see
the Bachoorim, attired in white
suits and panama hats, as thiey
stroll arm in arm through Main
Street. There they go! Billy and
Dave Sheinberg, the boy from
Memphis, who had laid out a seven
year plan of study. Benny Hur-
witz is reading aloud a letter from
Brooklyn. The others are listen-
ing intently. Brooklyn--how dis-
tant. Jackie Wechaler, with hands
in pockets, is innocently watching
the Arab shepherd boy, rounding
up his flock to the tune of his
flute-like reed. The Mathmid is
walking alone, a thousand and one
different Talmudic theories poss-
mng through his mind at the same
time. Alas! they are scenes of the
past. The Seraphim in the heavens
cried: "Zu Torah Vezu Schoroh?"
Is this then the reward of Torah?


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Happiness and Prosperityr
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attte me ~from the Mount of
Olives, where my former fellow
students are interred. I cannot
visit their graves and give vent t
my emotions. Yet I seem to be
there in spirit. I see the town
clearly. The Tomb of the Patri-
archs with its lofty tower, sharply
outlined against the azure sky; the
Russian mosque which .adjoins the
Eshel Avraham -Abraham's oak
Ki, D id's water~P basin;


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New Year


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Listen my children,
And you shall hear
The tale of the months
Of the Jewish year.
Nissan brings Pesach,
Then lyar, then Sivan
Which brmngs us Shovuos
When our Law was given.
Tammuz, 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 Purim,
And now my tale's done.

Picture the astonishment of one
of the candidates who is accused of
quoting passages from his oppon-
ent's speeches, he being under the
impression it was Shakespeare.
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THE TEA-KETTLE'S
PREJUDICED) OPINION

I think the cook's the meanest
thing!
She beats the egg and whips the
cream,
And warms me up when I won't
sing,
No4w don't you think the cook ;s
mean ?

One day for the can opener she
ran.
SShe was going to operate on a can.
Of course the vegetables inside
WYere frightened to death and tried )
to hide.

The cookies in the ice-box froze
WMihile she went to read and doze.
One day she made the sweater die.
And do you think she let me cry ?
1 ~, non'ndteed, sekmhde e a ng
thin !

And when the sweater was almost
dead,
She ceremoniously dyed him red.
And-
Oh, onch! Oh, she's going to make
me smng,
Now isn't the cook the meanest
thing ?


"LEST WE FORGET"

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that curved knife which the Arab
carries beneath his Kaftan for-
protection ? and quicken my steps.
Hebron is asleep; all is wrapped
and veiled in a mystery of silence,
From a house nearby, a voice
pierces the stillness of the night.
I press forward and stop before a
lighted window. Inside the room
sits Dave, the Memphis boy, his
eyes transfixed on the open ge-
mara. Backwards and forwards he
sways, the dim flickering oil lamp
throw-ing grotesque images over
the wall. Subconsciously he sings
the Yeshiva "Nigun," his voice
rising and falling, attuning itself
to the difficult text. It is beauti-
ful, this Yeshiva melody; it has
never failed to charm, to thrill and
inspire. As I tand the ch in th

lighted window, I feel divinely in-
spired. The intense cold leaves
me for a brief instant; a sudden
awarsmtr palsseglthroughemym irmal
strains of the Tanu Rabanan and
the Amar Abaye swell through the
night. Poor Dave! His seven year
plan was never realized. A prince i
of a fellow, they called him, this
boy from the South. As a prince
he had lived, striving to attain the
acme of moral perfection, and as a
prince he had died, defending the
Sepher Torah to the last. "How
was the tongue which taught the
Law brought low to lick the dust."
Farewell, Prince David.
Liverpool, Hebron, New York,
Chicago, Atlanta, Miami, Toronto.
And so I pass through the world,
a keen observer of life in its varied
aspects. With a jagged hole in
my heart, I mingle with the crowd.
I have associated with rich and
poor, with the rarified intelligent-
sia and the masses. I have con-
versed with rabbis and Catholie
preachers, millionaires and ped-
dlers, professors and cobblers. I
"Tolrow the new~s of the day with
more than passing interest. Adolph
Hitler's dramatic speeches, and
the anti-semitic agitations in Ger-
many send my memory back to
Arabia. Nazi, Arab, Amalek, they
hate us intensely. Your antj-semit~e
knowstvhat he is after. He seeks
to up ~ot that flourishing tree of
life, the Etz Chaim of the world,
the Torah, around which grow the
blue flowers of romance. He se-
lects the Yeshiva Bgchoor for his
victim, the bearded rabbi, the meek
and pious Sephardi who, cramped
with cold, squats daily before the
Wailing Wall, praying mournfully
for the coming of the Messiah.
As the year' glide silently by, I
shall. observe each recurring anni-

loed rol ea uspo I wilrcaml eac
one of the trusted princes of the
Law on this memorable day. Above
all, I shall ever hear that Yeshiva
ngion, which, like the swell and
surge of the sea, and like the
thunder of the pentecostal skies,
will resound above all else; first a
wail, then a rumble, at last a vic-
torious cry. I am in the synagogue.
The service is almost over. The
mourners are standing. They, too,
are praying for the souls of the
departed.
LAZARUS AX ELRO D.
Big Cedar Point, Ont.,
August 16, 1932.


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Members of the "Curse of Ma-
teela" now in production tendered
a surprise birthday party to Miss
Frances Kane, Irving Bartz, Sey-
mour London, Harry Lipachitz, El.
lis Klein, Ruth Davis, Sidney Le-
vine, Rose Cromer and Edna
Schonfeld. Murray Grossman, the
author of the play, is directing its
production with Stanton Fields as
stage manager. Dot Roth in charge
of costumes, Bernice Watts for
make up, and Eleanor 191ink as
prompter. After a dress rehearsal
at Kaplan Hall Wednesday evening
the group went to the Kane home
in Miami Beach where dancing
Indtrefreshments were enjoyedd.
Ai h embers of the cast were
present together with the Kane
faniy The pla will Kbe presented

on October 26th.


bbi S. M. Machtei will offici-
during the High Holidays at
rgtion Beth El. Services
be held at 8 p. m. and at 8
.Rabbi Machtei will be as-
dby Mr. J. Solomon and

e sermon subjects are as fol-
:Tonight, "Prepare Your
"; tomorrow morning, "On
1"; Sunday morning, "The
ieJudge." During the Day
tenement Rabbi Machtei will
csh on the following subjects:
y nighe, Oct. 9the nt t neK g
dy morning at the Memorial
seto Dieerv th a trn~oon
'c,"Forgiven."
sermon during the morning
cswill be preached .at 11


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ullmee isg Idthe h uni;;
at the home of Miss Belle
erGardenia St., with Ann
hostess. Various diacus-
Swere had and several amend-
tsmade to the constitution.
ouncement was made that the
meeting would be held at the
eof Harry Moss on 31st St.
attending other than the
beswere: Sarah Bergman,
leAuerback, Edward Clein*
Hilliard Clein. Following the
tigrefreshments were served
tehostess and dnacing en-

r.Max Greenberg was hostess
bridge given for the benefit of
Beth Israel Sisterhood at her
ein Lake Worth. Prizes were
ded at each table and refresh-
tsserved.

lm Beach Lodge of Bnai Brith
1146 enjoyed an all-day pic-
at Jupiter last ~Sunday. In
geof arrangements was Sam
ar who received much com-
dton for the splendid way
picnic was conducted. Games
played and a good time was
by all.

Wishing All
wish Patrons and Friends
a Happy New Year
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Fort Lauderdale, Fla.


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Page Fifteen


the Jewish Floridian. Following
the business .meeting a social pro-
gram was presented in which Miss
Helen Wroobel slang several Span-
ish songs. Miss Sara Kahn was
heard in several well received
recitations. Refreshments were
served at the close of the meeting.

FAITH
What is my faith? A memory
Of Sabbath lights and hallowed
bread
And two old hands astir with
prayer,
Laid on a curly head.
What is my faith ? A fragrance
Of willow boughs and myrtle
leaves,
And airy Sukkahs hung about
With dried and yellow sheaves.

What is my faith? A melody
O erew can s and range,

All digi wordless wail
Of old despairs*
Whatid my faith? A sorrow
Of lose vast grave on Russian
p ain,
Heae estark against sonaked sky,


Rabbi Alex. 8. K~leinfeld
Temple Beth El
St. Petersburg, Fla.
of the Hadassagram which will
appear quarterly, and Miss Esther
Wroobel, chairman in charge of
refreshments.
Plans for the coming year's pro.
gram of activities, both social and
cultural, were discussed and will
be published in an early issue of


A splendidly attended meeting
of the Junior Chapter of Miami
Hadassah was held in the Blue
Room of the Ponce de Leon Hotel
last Monday evening with Miss
Lena Weinkle presiding. Miss
Helen Wroobel was named cul-
ura chairman, Miss Hannah
lc, Jewlah national fund chair-
nan, Miss Selma Spoont, editor


rrton Goldstein left Saturday
ttend the Riverside Military
lemy at Gainesville, Ga.

regular meeting of the B'nait
I Lodge of Palm Beach was
Monday night, Oct. 3, at the ]
Rooms on Clematis Ave.


By S. M. MACHTEI
Rabbi of the Radio Synagogue
To t~he members of the Radio Synagogue, of Congregation Beth El
of West Palm Beach, and to all the House of Israel, Greetings!


You will enter your house of worship with fear and trepidation on
New Year. You will stand in awe before the Divine Presence.
know that you have made a sorry mess of the opportunities of the
Year. Have no misgivings. God is a loving father. Approach
With sincerity.


the
You
past
Him


He came to my desk with quivering lip
The lesson was done.
"Dear Teacher, I want a new leaf," he said, *
I have spoiled this one."
I took the old leaf, stained and blotted,
And gave him a new one all unspotted,
And into his sad eyes smiled,
"Do better, now, my child."

I went to the throne with a quivering soul--
The old year was done.
"Dear Father, hast Thou a new leaf for me ?
I have spoiled this one."
He took the old leaf, stamped and blotted.
And gave me a new one all unspotted,
And into my sad heart smiled,
"D~o better, now, my child."
---"A New Leaf," by Kathleen Wheeler.


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