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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 14, 1932
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Frequency:
weekly
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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

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 14, 1932
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:00189

Related Items

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

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FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY PUBLISHED REGULARLY


Price: Five Cents


An Open Letter

Miami Florida,

Editor, Jewrish %leridian,
~Miaml, Florida.
Dear Sir:
I recently returned from an
extended trip threagh a number
of Northern d~tles, including
Chelannati, Baffalo, NewP York,
Baltimore and Washington; and
There seems to be a feeling pre.
valiung among finasael and bars*
Incus men and people in general
that Miami and Florida are in a.
Spooltion to go forward because
our. businees and financial Insti-
tations, particularly our banks,
are sonad, having taken their
losses and written them off..
Howrrever, they seem to lament
the loss of Miami's spirit and
its lack of cooperation in doing
thinge-the spirit that made MI-
ami famous throughout the,
country during the period of so-
called "prosperity." They at*
tribute the lack of Miami's in-
itiative and enterprise to the in-
ternal agitation and dissension
that seems to exist amnsn dit-
forent, probably wPeallcmesale
people.
Even some of our citizens wBo,
came to Miami because of Mi-
ami's optimistic and enthulsiastic
spirit, now feel discouraged and
wonder just what is going to
.happen to the city, for the

itself cannot go forward. The
daily .and weekly newspapers
have rendered an outstanding
service to Miami by not giving
much publicity to agitators.
Nevertheless, persons coming to
Miami, particularly from the
financial and industrial centers,
report back to their people con-
ditions as they discover them.
These reports eventually find
their. way through different
channels into the financial, in-
dustrial and traveling world.
Even somae of our nleighboringl
eitles, wrho are looking ~toward
Miami for leadership, are won.
derine---"wrhat's the apatter wrrith
Mia~ml?" They have fallen down
on the job of raaint a simple
$ .00 a~dvertising fund.
al te enersyudi plro-

do a"Whal -cPB t have
doneand~rbt soul bedone"


stractive measures, our fame of
being a progressive, active and
leading eaityr will be broadcast
and attract tearists, business
and industry-the inflowr of
new weadth anrd toarislt biasiness
s o essential to Mliaml's present
sad fatare welfare, will not ma-
terialie as Amsg as this Intemrns
turmoll ontinu3esto exlet. The
Sherole efforts of the Chamber
-ofCommerene Advertdang Ba-
reau sad the fine citiseas whro
are trylag to swell the advertis-
ing fund are but futile.
It seems to are that we most
Asset our house in order and that
it is about time for the leading
citizens of Greater M~iami, the
public officials, the Chamber of
ormanere, the civic clahs, ~new


paper randbu~iness conicrn to
lair satnide waeer dirfferaose
they ma~y have and mobilise
their forces In advasel three
things that are to the bestl tn.
teres of Miam; that wlrr shape


Miami, Florida, Friday, October 14, 1982


Rules Adopted on .

Tuition Payment

Rules expected to end the pm.
sling non-resident problem for
school purposes have been adopted
by the Dade County Board of Pub-
lic Instruction.
They were announced during the
board meeting yesterday when the
question was raised again by a
Texan who wished to enter his
children in Dade schools without
tuition.
Henceforth, pupils will be admit-
ted to school when their parents
or guardians are considered county
residents through the followiing
qualifications :
They shall have made Dade
county a permanent place of resi.
dence or occupation as evidenced
by the fact that they are in bursi-
ness here or in the state, by pay-
ment of local taxtes, by permanent
employment, by the nature of their
.habitation, by qualifying to vote,
by auto registration, place of dom.
icile, and nature of occupation.
Any one of these qualifications
will be considered evidence of resi-
dence,
The applicant yesterday, through
claiming he was in M~iami to stay,
still was using a Texas auto tag.
He promised to have his car reg.
istered in Florida.


____ _


,V. No. XL~IL



A

[Odern JOnah
By
BI RUD)OLPII I. COFFEE

nple Sinai, Oakland, Cat

inted from September issue
The Jewish Press.)


The Hebrew Athletic Club held
its regular meeting at the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
Wednesday night when reports of
different committees weeh ad
The membership is increasing rap-
idly because of the interest shown
and the activities engaged in. On
October 20th, in conjunction with
the Dramaties League the club will
.present a one-act play and ten acts
of vaudeville at Kasplan Hall for
which a nominal admission sum
wlil be char~ged. All diamond ball
players are asked to report Sunday
October 16th at Flamingo Park*
beginning at 2 P. M., so that the
official teams may` be formed.
Those interested in the basket ball
games will report next Thursday
evening at the Y. M. C. A. gym
beginning at 7:80).
Tennis dates will be announced
shortly. After the business meet-
ing was concluded, Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan delivered a stirring address
urging that, the elatb form a nu-
eleas for the formation of a Y. M.
H. A. in Miami and to help pro-
anote good will and peace in the
Jewish community. A committee
consisting of Mr. -Murray Gross-
manr, the president; Mr. MSurray
Kellman and Al Grossman were
designated to aid the Rabbi in

Mr. karry Schillman, a member
of the Legion Dtum and Bugle
Corps, was heard in the advocacy
iof a club drill corps. Cantor Borns
Schlachman spoke briefly.
The next meeting of the Hebrew
Athletic Club will be held in Betth
David Talmud Torah next Wednes.
day evening.


ReglstratiloRs
End Saturday

Dade county citizens who expect
to vote in the coming general
election have only two more days
in which to register, according to
telegraphic advices received by
Carl Holmer, Jr., supervisor o
re a sta on I onm Attorney Gen-

Retistration books will close la
the precincts and in Holmer's of-
fces Saerday night. vlriregis ra

cincts were cautioned today by
Holmer to turn in their books 1Mon-

dayturday also is the last day for
,t of poll taxes. Bob Shop-
paymn cut tax collector, said his
office will remain open Sto com-
until 5 P. M. or later olm scof-
modate late comers. B lmr o -
fice also will remain open asterng
as there are persongees an- reit
The atorne gen rise to
nouncement came as a aupiet of
t Dae, in rie ofLis' foonmer
e, inio vh the books would not
copi nion IOctoeber 22. Howvmeer,
closer unt isly had announced
H~oe bor teo beclosed Saturday.
the res for the confusion is
Thieed reaon alleged ambiguity
bfte leve tovenn a istration.
of ithe awo govrnngt res aired of
persons who regi Theredo thve
Desitoerartic primary.,200 regista-

t a Bles office, and pre-
ict ~gistriatto~ralso have been


lght.-


JONAH E. CAPLAN, 6Rabbi
S necos will be ushered in Friday
evening at 6 P. Mi. Saturday morn-
ing Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will
preach on "What Can It Bel" The
Bar Mitzviah of Teddy Simon will
be observed. Sunday morning the


JEWS are gnerally esta-
logued into three different
s: orthodox, consbervativ~e and
according to ~the: cere-
awe observe and the prayer
we read. Buet in this ar-
I. am not so much concerned
the labels we give ourselves
elabela Judaism places upon
Whether we like it or not, we
face the fact that a certain
naeof our co-religionists
DvddAllegiance Jews. Oth-
are near-Jewos who consider
creed a convenience; and still
sWhen -In -Distress Jews
turn to the GOod of their fath-
lyat the last moment when
omsa necessity in their

fortunately, wKe are a fluid
e.There is nothing fixed
tus. We swing as on a pen-
.All around us is a non-
shworld, So many of us have
found ourselves. We do not
WHY we are WHAT we are,

hy e are fhepre at aill. T~e is
nim tialous, All we know
ht our parents are Jewish,
grand-parents were Jewish.
hrwords, we were born Jewb,
living in a Gentile world, it is
syto drift away' from our An-
almoorings. Mention Abra-
,Isaac and Jacob to such Jews
they shrug: their shoulders in
inand say, "Why talk abolit
qe.Let's hear about some-
live." I call sutch people Goy.
y. Because, racially, they are
rtof us, but in spirit they try I
'absorb a viewpoint they can
rer understand. They float be-
pen the Gentile world and the
rish world and THEY ARE
ITA PART OF EITHER. They
rind me, of Ktipling's poem

na ahonever d am ting very
ewor h,-n ayhn g vey

rselinin thed niqu position o

iaven, nor bad enough to enter
netherworld. And so his soul
I condemned to a life of float.
.I always think of Goy-Jews
floaters.
'erhaps the earliest illustration
~his was in the life of Solomon.
~s ever a man more favored
n he ? His father was David,
seels greatest King, and Solo-
a ascended the throne at the
ght of Israel's power. At the
set of his reign, he displayed
larkable wisdom and was called
e wisest man in Israel." Then
Egyptian. woman came into his
.She was not of his faith, and
Able began. The Israelites
ed upon him when they need-
him. Matters of state were
sing but, unfortunately, his
b a dual allegiance. He dangled
w~een Judaism and Paganism,
Betting that eternal truth that
Iman can serve two gods. Bat-
,buffeted, this once-strong
lost his grip on life. He was
edhere, he was. sjpayed there
(Continrpe4 on B~~!iWhease -


Rabbi .will preach on "The
and Its Place Today."


Succah /


CONGREGATION BBTH JACOB
(Orthodon)
811 Washington Avenue
Mimal Beach
L. AXELROD. Itabbi
The Succos services will begin
Friday evenizig at 6 P. M. Satur-
day morning the services will be
chanted by Cantor Seldachman.
There will be no sermon. Sunday
morning, the services begin at I
A. M. when the Rabbi will preach
on "The Fruit of the Hadar
Tree." Cantor Schlrachman will
chant. A social hour will follow
the services as is customary on
Succos.

CONGREGATION BEITH DAVID
(Conservative)

DR. CARL PRESS, Rabbi
Starting tonight, Rabbi Carl
Press will conduct the late Friday
night services, with Cantor Louis
Hayman chanting. Mr. Louis Ban-
Sdel, a member of the steering com-
mittee will speak on "Sidelights
'on Jewish Questions." A social
hour will follow the services. Aid-
ing in the services are the Sister-
hood, Junior Sisterhood, and the
steering committee.
Succos services will be held Sat.
urday and Sunday morning at
8:30 A. M. with Rabbi Dr. Carl
Press in charge and Cantor Louis
Hayman chanting the services.
Sunday mornling at 10 the official
opening of the Sunday school
term in charge of Stanley C. My.
ers will begin with Dr. Press in
charge of the special program.

TEMPLEE 'IBRB OF MIAMI
(Reform) .
187 N. E. Nineteenth Street

DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Regular Friday night services
will begin at 8:15 with Rabbi K~ap-
ilan preaching on "Judaism, the
SW~ay of Life, Joyous." Saturday
morning special services in ob-
servance of Snecos will begin at 10
o'clock. The regular Sundry
school will be in session Sunday
morning. The public is invited to
attend the Friday night and Sat-
'urday morning services.

IMPORTANT MEETING
As we go to press an important
general meeting of the Miami J'ew.
ish Orthodox Congregation is be-
ing held at the Synagogue. Mat-
ters of importance to the general
Jewish community as well as the
Synagogue are being diwseased.
Plans for the enlargement of the
Talmud Torah and Sunday school
quarters are being made and will
be discussed. A nominating com-
mittee to recommend olffiers for
te comen year will be named by


(Continured on page 4)


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--------MIAMI JBWISH ORTHODOX


CONGREGArTION
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15;45 B. W. Third Sltreet


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TO De He '

A number of Miami's prominent
Jews met recently and laid plans
for united action by the local con-
gregations towards the establish-
ment of a Kashrus Board in Great-
er Miami. Early next week prom-
inent members of each congrega"
tion who are~ interested in the ob'
servance of Kashrus will be invited (
to attend a meeting. The local
butchers will be asked to aid by
employing "shochtimr" who havue
been approved by the local Rabbis.
The Union of Orthodox Rabbis
have agreed to aid and to bring
pressure to bear on the Jewish
tourists throughout the country by

Shaving them refuse to patronize
committee. The local Rabis wilt
be. asked to help in an advisory
capacity.



TO Be Held

Immediately after the Succos
holidays are over a mass meeting
to which all Jews in the Greater
Miami district will be asked will
be held. ~At this meeting definite
results of the negotiations now be-
ing conducted for the adjustment
of the mortgage on the Woodlaw1n
Cemetery will be announced. -
According to an anouncement by
Mr. I. L. Mintzer, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
Association, the plight of the As-
sociation is such that unless the
Jews unite for immediate action
the cemetery will have to be abali-
doned. The situation was discuse~d
la the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation during a sermon by
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, and by
Rabbi Lazarus Azefred in a sermon
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continued from Page 1).
had no definite polleyi upon
to act; he had no static ideal
bich he could like himself. Like
ilsn, Solomon was not good
ghfor Heaven nor bad enough
nh ether world. Hie vacil-
to and fro---one of the most
acular tragedies 6if the SIible;
sider ~~"""~~~"then Judaism has
Slranny spectacular tragedies.
instance, qme'years ago aco.
ponist ran for thie officee of
r of New York---a mail who
eightyy per cent lJew wKhenr it
nee kss~rjr foi# hita to be a
and eightyfr per cent Christian
Hobnobbing with his Chris.
friends. Of course, he was
~ted. The Jews felt he had di.
!d himself from their faith
the Christiallif' felt he never
mne of their ~own. He had com.
id a dal indiscretion. His
lad been a penrdulumn, swing-
letween twf6 creedli, but at the
biological moment when he
led for political success he
of his Judaism a conven-

s even years I havre tried to
Swealthy. Co-religionist to
,le mem~ber'shipi `and every
he gasve me the same excuse.
id not need the House of God,
hy join ? He rather patron-
;hose who worship in the Syn-
le. The House of God had no
eicanc'e for him. No signifi-
whatsoev~er-until a Chris-
neighbor ~abked hint for help I
ve a tireltire r~oth being de- :
d. Then (miracle or miracles)
Bynagogue 'uiddenly loomed
s being of paramount im- ;
nee. ThiBn he knew where
louse of God stood. In one l
mnt he became a Jew again-
der to curry the 4voy of. a 1
tian. It was convenient for
o be a Jew to his non-Jervish r


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Pae Three


had~~~~~~ ~ be rpe peci n
'tde~l~l~ bun th ,od-a bi.
came somewhat downcast at t n
conditions surrounding him. I~i<
preached to the Hebrews. The3

Ikl torot h pedae i gs.m Te
lived as they pleased, which dis.
courage Jonah to such an extend

from his people.
accrigy le to passages o

'nd Jdonahd was glad---he thought
.he had fle rom the presence of
te Lord, and from his own race,
Intefuture, hre would be him.
self, unhampered by creed and
ek~tground. In the midst of his
soul-triumph a mighty tempest
arospe at sea, and the heathen sel-
men became afraid and "cried
every man unto his god." Yet the
tempest did not abate. And the
men began to cast lots that they
might know for whose cause the
evil was upon them. And the lot
:fell upon Jonah who had hidden
himself in~ the innermost part of
the ship. Jonah, who was holding
icounsel with .himself; he who had
tried to flee from his God could
'not flee from hid' better self, for
his conscience was aroused.
The irony of fate' must have
dealt Jonah a. mighty blow when
he saw those heathen seamen
praying to their ~gods--and he, a
Hebrew, had run away from.his
own. In actuality, he was the
only heathen aboard.
When the seamen asked him who
he was, he answered, "I am a Hei
brew." And he told them his story,
and he knew they did not want
him. Oh, yes, had there been fafir
weather, Jonah might ~have been
a good companion. No doubt these
seamen would have liked him. He
was an ~eduested man with an ex-
cellent flow of language. But,
when trouble appeared, he was not
their kind and they were only too
glad to be rid of him, so they
threw him overboard.
And from Jonah's time to this
day the Jew has been thrown
overboard by those whose respect
be could not earn. Only last Yom
Kippur, a well-known Jew played
golf with his Christian friends and
was asked why he did not attend
Holy Services in his Temple that
morning. Ifis answer was, "I be-
lieve in the God of the Open Air."
A month later he received a letter
politely asking him to resign from
the club. -Of course, he was pain
fully embarrassed. But he soon
learned that he wrho is not loyal
to his own Faith is never wanted
among other faiths.
Today, unfortunately, there are
many modern Jonahs who have de"
liberately dragged their Jewish
conscience into apathy. I met such
a person this past summer. She
told me that Christian Science was
helping her. At last she was learn-
ing something about the Bible, she
said.- I was astonished. I did not


I


!would not permit a philosophy to i
take the place of religion. Philoso-


Iphy comes from the mind alone,
religion includes the HEART. Are

ers Edmy sas aN h boto o
the same page-133---"The Jew-
ish conception of God has not quite

of God," these Goy-Jews in their
smug ignone nee matters Jewsh

cept anything and everything that
thre clever Mary Baker Eddy
writes, even though it is a direct
libel upon their own people. On
page 134, Mary Baker Eddy, in
writing about the antipathy of Jo
da~ism to other creeds, says, "At
every: advancing step, truth is still
.opposed ivith sword a'nd spear." To

warrred against any honest faith*
Our. prayer 'has -ever been, "Hav9
vire no6t all one Father ?' ath not
one God created us?!" The Jewv has
he~lpedl to. build this couritry, re-
gardless of creed; he has given of
his mateggl.3seoans regardless of
creed. Azidti t'ese Modernl Jonaha,
Studying their Christian Science,
,believe as Mrs. Eddy- writes of Ju-
Idaism, "At every advancing step,
truth is still opposed with sword
and spear."
Why, we all know, that Israel's
mission is peace! That Micah first
proclaimed world peace when he
said:
'"And they shall beat their swords I


MIAMI
By Mrs. Wm. Friedman


NO HELP WANTED)
I stood t dusk at' the end of the

The line that once was a cheery
file
Where men took heart and thought
of tie
Their ftace lit with a pleasant
smile.
Eager were they for the promised
taisks,
Their heads erect, their hearuts
undaunted;
But. now they cower behind their
inasks
Ats they read the placards, N()
'HELP WANTED.


Miami, the land of sunshine and
se ,
Within thy gates it is a pleasure
to be*
Toc sdail adroas beautiful Biseayne .
I:Bay
SMakes one feel so young and gay.

Trees, flowers, foliage green
throughout the year,
What a glorious feeling it is to be
right here!
Let's advertise about -Miami to all
'And have the tourists spend with
us the fall,


The scene hasi changed from fad-
tor~jr gate
T6 parupers' huts and breadllines
cold,
While demagogues and hirelinlgs
prate~
'And robust young reproach the
Sold.
I"Relief!" they crpy, with all their
nerve,
To leaders who in good times
vaunted
No, special interest would they
serve---
But now they answer, NO HELP
WANTED!i

Men know the good but do it not,
As sages wrote inl bygnoe years.
They Imew full well the' people's
i-lot,
Their hopes, their faith, and

`But o'er it all the judgment stands
For' all those wcihom His love has
taunted.
Their eternity lies in His hands---
Will He reply there's NO IE~LP
I-WANTED ?

Parrots should be taught to
speak only in polysyllables.

Don't lose the thread~ of your
story when spinning a yarn.

~The incubator will never sue-
ceed in dri~inig the old hen out of
business.

A man workesharder trying to
get a political job than he does
after he gets it.

Don't add insult' to injury by
apologazmirg ~to ~a pretty girl after
stealing a kiss from her.

An egotist is a man who thinks
thatt the world thinks as much of
him as he does' himself.

The week's news from Indiana
inclizdes stories of a woman butted
by a goat, a farmer tossed by a
bull, and a boy kicked to death by

nto huans Wienk is sro~ngl aelt


.Throughoult the- globe, wherever
you roam,
~Be sure to make Miami your part
time home.
Miami needs visitors, we realize,
So keep up the slogan--"Let's Ad-
vertise.

Despite the times, an Ohio man-
ufactory of looking glassees was
able to declare a dividend Oct. 1,
as it is all done with mirrors.

A pleasing phase of the general
-deflation is that filling stations
once modeled after the Palace of
Versailles are now little more than
copies of the Petit Trianon.


into plowcl-shares,
And their spears into


pruning**


hooks;
Nation shall not lift up sword
against nation,
Neither shall they learn war any
more."
I have no quarrel with Christian
Science, but only with those mod,
ern Jonahs who can be happy i4
a false belief about the. faith intp
which they were born. If the r
'had only studied their Judaism a t
zealously as they are studying r
Mrs. Eddy's books, they woulgl
know that Judaism is no paradolt.
We never gave the world sueb
mental soothing syrup as, "LThefe
is no death"--that "Sin is not real",
-that "Sickness is not real." I
'know that sickness is real. Often
I have been called to the bedside of
a dying patient; P've seen suffer,
ing and agony, and I: know that
death and sickness are all too pit,
'ifully real. I have watched the
heart-breaking pathos of many
mothers pleading for their son,
release from prison, and I kno ir
that to those mothers, sin is hor
ribly, crucifyingly, true. i
Judaism, thank God, believe j
that doctors and lawyers and pen
~tentiaries are necessary. -Ours is
religion that faces facts. The Je
has never been known to spii
wally four-flush. Yes, to the mo
ern Jonahs I say, change your re !
ligion if you must, but be sure yol
change it for one better--and if
.you can find a better faith that
ours, I shall change mine too.
But there is no better faith for
the Jew than his own.

oMses in a basket, hidden in the
1 rushes,
Miriam, his sister, watching al
the while;
Only Pharoah's daughter bathinE
Sin the water,
Only Pharoah's daughter saw
the baby.smile.

strongg and sturdy manhood came
)Jas years went by;
Soft luxuriant kingdoms were
not for such as he.
Egecleaiastic, prophet, giver of the
Enduled with power from sabve
he set his people free.

S'aewhere on Hount Nebo angels


A Sanl Diego angler was forced
to cut loose a 300-pound swordfish
when his arms went numb. An
,hour's rest, however, and they
were back in shape for tlie ing.

What's as dep~ressing as a polit- I
ical spellbinder with nothing to
say and an evening and micro-
phone to say it in?

Lawyers point out that the law
recently enacted in Alabama, to
make near beer legal, was super.
fluous. It would seem so, as the
unpopularity of this beverage was
well nigh complete.

Firing 10,000 rounds of federal-
taxed ammunition every time a
.duck rises from a Midwestern
marsh should shortly lift th ena-
tional debt, if the duck can stand


Checks' marked "insufficient
funds," but accepted by Chicago
teachers as charges against the
city, may be illegal. TLhe hunt is
now on for a substitute for a sulp
stitute for money.

Say,' Mr. Moon-man,
With the lady on your nose-
You've seen most every wrinkle,
Heard most every bird which

I sometimes esile ron ae

Just what is your opinion
As regards the human race ?

Now, Mr. Moon-man,
Since you're johnny-on-the-spot,
When fortune promised chicken
Why'd she steat the one P'd got ?
And while I think it funny
As a mere forgotten case,
P'm wondering what you're think-
ing
As regards the human race.

So, Mr. Mdoon-man,
With all history at your call,
I know you saw fair "Cleopat,"
When above this much and trFlble
Heard Des' make Samson bawl;


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rare other types who re.
to our faith only when they
Physical or mental distress.
lives are mostly spent in
one long vacation from Ju-
.To the philanthropies, they
ot give; with the B'nai B'rith
ilnot affiliate; at the Tem-
tey laugh; at any concerted
to band Jews together, they
Their hollow, mocking creed
teir Am rcanism hars ye
these renegade Jews become
hinsist pn being on ~to
ely cry for a Jewish nurse,
eydemand the immediate
eeof the Rabbi. Their re-
ly empty past stalks before
Ss lishly they grasp at
1.These GoyJews- sadden-
atto shed their past; but,
soet.the prast cannot be
out.


~know that; the Bible was a sealed
book--opened only at the magic
touch of Mary Baker Eddy's flock*
I asked this woman, "'How truth-
fully are you learning the Bible?
She didn't know. She had not
thought of it, she said. But I had,
and I know that a real Israe S
can never become an Eddy-ie S

"c encee and He lthe 3ha "Ju a
ism was a material system," ant

auhe eitoyof e f8to ra, she
believes MI1rs. 'Eddy's ri iuo s
statement. From time imme lori
Judaism has been a.spiritaa ro-
mance. As a race, we have never
ased for anyth ng maen we.Fomtm

Palestine---fom that daey to this---
we have never fought to conquer
soil. he
Nor does this woman (I cU hr


DID YOU NOW--
That Columbus took with him
the astronomical charts and in-
struments prepared by Abraham
Zacuto, a Jewish professor at Sal-
amanka t
That Rabbi Morris Lazaron's
book, "Seed of Abraham," deals
with a selection of the greatest
Jews of history, from whom he
'chooses Moses, Darvid, Jeremiah,
Spinoza, Karl Mars, Heine, Dis-
raeli, and BerI T

Urit lsitty on t Ejril, J2~l
lemi, contalas ot~r 880~ 00 ol~di~es
and has space 6t rso~l another uattdirii~~~iiii~~~i
of a million ?
'tha~t in the'i~ r6116oisedA'48


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Prr 7,


~iOPE~ LETTER
C~ont~inued from Irpage 1)

th rSc C(lieri md d

a ahmd and at the same
tem. plc t~h stamp of disap-
prev-al on an\ discredlitable ef-
fortsc. The price w~e are pa~iym I
in laost prestige and money
driv-en taway. is to reat FF
These ariutatio ns mae it hard-
er for thew C3ity Comnmission to
solve the city' financial andi ad-
ministrative problhemrs. Then
problems are exceedingly diffi- j

last y-ear, w-az tppo.rted manager

oGle dnt,--u ten a ist rcome into j
its Own. Ovrer. 1(I hO-. bo r trymF :
for a possible 130 places. I wontde~r
if the prospects of triPs' have any-~rS 1
things to do wit~h it AYR'
there ar zfe rnly two iami boys out 1
for it, Marrx Peinberg and Milton
Friedmar,. Manr is assured of his I
position as he has been a member i
for the past ~two geM.
ht grieves me to stop nowf bt it
circumrrstanes compel me to.
Till next time. Pl! he suin' ph.i i
-


twit crmiseles control. l
unless ardequately solved, they
wil ract unfamorrby upan Imi r
huie s and local 1 6 p yr

minister the affairs of the city
better than the present members
of the commission should pre*
sent themselves for ieletlan at
t~he next city primaries. Bult, in
t~he meantime, give the present
commission the support they
w(ould expect if they were elect*
ed to the office by the people,
That's good sportsmanship and
loyalty to MiamL
Respectfallyg years'
HARRYoIE PAT,

City of MiamL, Fla.

The poor fowl is aLwfulY cut up
by the time the amateur carver
gets through wKith it,





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and di etr oftcai,
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livered by Leonard Toe
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box.

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West Pahn Beach, Around the
Notes Carn s


Yom Kippur services at Cong* By MILTON A. FRIED)MAN
Beth El were conducted by Rabbol aI IHIIIIHImBIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIll~i tBP~"p
.S. Mi. Machtei of 1Miami. On Sun- Hello, folks!
day night, at the Kol Nidrei serv- On the whole there is a fee~inF
ice, the rabbi preached on "True of happiness and pleasure at this
,,etne;a teYzo ev time of the year. We go to the syn-
Rcepeonta nce ;at th eis ko serv- agogue in our best clothes, gree t
iceson Mnda, hi so wus everyone with a "Gut Yom Tovr."
"I D~o Not Choose to D e~aand be- meet acquaintances and kibbi~ts, do
foretheNe'ioh e Ic, Rbbisome praying, and then go home
Mac tei spoke ton "Fo gven.ach to a faily reunion tan a go d

pra ed iamYiddish sermon dua ikeit The boys up he at

lifinehah. The rabbi was assisted preciate that fact, too. If te
in the conduct of the services by col l ae oehm or
Mr. J. Solomon, the local Shochet, hldy hywudhv oe
who acted as Ba'al Shacharis and bc e e.
Ba'al Toke'ah. The Neilah service Before going any further I
as well as the Kol Nidrei service, want to take this opportunity to .
were chanted by Mr. M. Tessler. wsih you all L'Shono Tova Ti;-
The meraabers of Cong. Beth El osavu.Mathne yarbig
and the worshippers who attended you health, wealth, and~ hppl-
the services were inspired by the ness.
sermons of the rabbi, and the ichit-, It has been my policy in the
dren who attended the special chil. past to write about Miami bove
dren's service at noon on Yom K~ip. only. However, up here I'm in
pur had offered them an interpre. somewhat of a dilemma. There
station of the solemnity of the dayt are not so many boys who are
in a manner most intelligible to going out for exrtra-curricula a -
them. West Palm Beach Jews of tivities as yet, so that I am com-
Orthodox and Conservative lean- pelled to write about things in
ings will long remember the words general. As we are only humar.
of wisdom and advice given them and each likes something else. I
by Rabbi S. M. Machtei and the would appreciate yrour writing to
very sacred tone of the services me. Tell me wkhat you would like~
which he conducted. to know regarding fraternity ac-
tivities, individuals. UZ1 odds and
During their stay in West Palm ends, etc. and P11 answer through
Beach for Rosh Hashono and Yom the medium of this column.
Kippur Rabbi and Mrs. S. M6. Last week I mentioned thte im-
Mlachtei, and their daughter, Na- spending colossal struggle for so-
omi, stopped at the Hotel Monte-J premacy in horsheshoes betwmeet
re.Mrs. 14Y. Schrebnick -was Tau Epsilon Phi, party of the first
hostess to the rabbi and his family part, hereafter known ase Teps, andi
during their stay in the city. the Phi Beta Delta, party of the
second part, hereinafter referred
Much credit is due to Mr. Jacobl to as Phi B D. It took; place ttus
Solomon, who assisted in some of) week amidst warlike surrounding.
the services during the high holi-l The sun shone brightly, somewhbert
days, New Year and Day of Atone- in the vast expanse of the campus
ment, which was very much en- people were happy, bu~t thest
joyed by those present. mighty warriors of powerful fra
ternities knew it not. With swI~ei:
Yom K~ippur services were held rolling down their grim visages.
by Beth Israel Congregation in the cheered on by the roar of the mul-
Temple, with the Rabbi, Dr. Carll titude, they gave their all. A hand
N. Herman, officiatng. raised to throw the steel shoe at
~the distant pole, a clang of steel
Beth Israel Congregation will meeting steel, a cheer for a ringer.
hold services for the festival of a sigh for the throw that missed,
Succoth Friday night and Satur- and so it went on and on into the
day morning, October 14 and 15, dlusk. It could not last forever-
and Frida Rihto anSatmeeyt airtmndu sovear aeno rh v

October 21 and 22. The religiously tory was hung up by the men of
school of the Temple will hold its Phi B D).
annual Harvest Festival Sunday Although I am a pledge of the
morning, October 16th. Phi BDI)I am endeavoring to malke
this column as unbiased as po;-
Beth Israel Sisterhood is spon-l sible. A Miami boy played horse-
soring a card party Thursday shoes for the winning team and
night, October 20th, at te home of that's one reason why I wrote
Dr. and Mrs. Carl N. Herman. The about it. I can't mention the fel-
affair will be sponsored by Mrs.l low's name because people might
Albert Gasper and Mrs. Herman. get the wrong impression and
~think that he wanted to get his
Congregation Beth El held its name in print. I hope you get
regular semi-monthly meeting at what Imean. '
the Community House on Seventh After working myself up to a
S ree, wtr hes igpm sidt sJ ek dramatic pitch 'lle come down t
portent matters were discussed officers in the Phi BDI frat, Al.
and disposed of and an unusual Cassel was elected clerk of the


attendance was had, including a fraters and Milton Friedman w~as
few new visitors. A social hour elected secretary of the pledges.
followed the meeting. By the way, they are roommates,
too. Quite a coincidence. I do



Barash Monday evening, October boys got offices.
10. All guests were dressed inl Intra-maral activities are now
kiddies' costumes and children's under way. Rlalph Kirseh, bri -
games were played. Dancing and liant tennis star onl the U. team
antm ge Mr. 1n MhMsL I od, M -



Mr. and Mrs. L. Vangildco, MYr. er God shein, Mr Ms. S.j Ba~r. i
and Mrs. J. Lesker, Mr. and Mrsb. rman. A E


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