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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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Began in 1927?
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-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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fJemsti Illoiriidliiai in
No. 40
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1933~
vish News
.round The
World
kiiiation of Prejudice Sug-
ptcri as I'oint in Proposed
Church (ode
YORK.The extermination
Indice was one of the eight
listed in a code for all
proposed by the Rev. Dr.
lay ties Holmes of the Com-
Churcb. Pointing out that
lis b religious depression as
an economic depression,"
lines urged a code providing
pdom of religion from state
race, the abolition of sec-
mi. faithfulness to truth.
| to democracy, opposition to
position to poverty, and the
Ing of men to life by teach-
bi to make truce with neces-
hiiin h Bans "Amen" and
lallclujah" as Hebrew
Expressions
|IN.Continuing it-s war on
Testament, the Nazi Evan-
Church has stricken from
^(iilum of religious instruc-
Biblical story of Abra-
eadiness to sacrifice his son
I The reason given was that
Inception of the Diety is
nan." At the same time
jah" and "Amen" have
Immated from the services
[ground that they arc He-
kressions.
Socialists Call for Boycott
nt German Goods
5.A manifesto calling on
epublicans. Socialists and
of France to boycott all
goods" has been issued by
taanent administrative com-
of the French Socialist
Urges Three Powers to
kw Germany Temporarily
YORK.Germany should
borarilv outlawed by the
|states. England and France,
Stanley High, pastor of
f' Congregational Church of
!(i, Conn., declared at a lun-
his honor by the depart-
If international justice and
111 of the Federal Council of
ps of Christ in America.
Id High, who has just re-
Ifrom a visit to Germany.
hi condemned the Nazi re-
hd its persecution of the
|ut said that Germany was
ge because "the world won't
fliat the Jewish problem is
le declared that the plight
German Jews was "worse
ly newspapers have describ-
ed there is no let up in the
lion." He predicted, how-
at the regime would last so
Hitler lives and cares to
|e government.
Price Five Cents
*
galtttH and Ufartfaa
(Dedicated to "Succoth")
Thy Praise, O Lord, will I proclaim
In liyiniis unto Thy glorious name.
o Thou Redeemer, Lord and King
Redemption to Thy faithful bring!
Before Thine altar lliey rejoice
With branch of palm and myrtle stem:
To Thee they raise the prayerful voice
Have mercy, save and prosper them.
They overflow with prayer and praise
To Him who knows the future days.
Have mercy Thou, and hear the prayer
Of those who palms and myrtles hear.
The day and night they sanctify
And in perpetual song adore;
Like to the heavenly host, they cry,
'Blessed art Thou for evermore.'
Bleazer Kalir, Stli Cent.
Y. M. H. A. To Rabbi To Be Price Raising To
Hold Gala Dance Reception Guest Be Investigated
The board of directors of the
Young Men's Hebrew association
announces the following appoint-
ments of all committees for the
second annual dance to be held
Oct. 12 at the Miami Beach Golf
and Country club, with Wally Ver-
non and his orchestra providing
dance music and entertainment,
In the reception line will be Mar-
ry Grossman, president of the asso-
ciation, assisted by Dr. and Mrs.
Barney Weinkle, Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Aronovilz. Mr. and Mrs. Albert E.
Liclitenstein. Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Blank. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle.
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rotfort and Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Argintar.
Program chairman. James Miller,
will be assisted by Jack Apte. Sam
Shindel. Adolf Haimes. Murray
Kellman and Hyman Apte. At the
refreshment table will be Herbert
Snow, assisted by Mr. and Mrs.
Milton R. Klein, Mr. and Mrs. A.
H. Rosenfeld, Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Elkin. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Apte.
Sol Levin and Philip Lemer.
The ticket committee, headed by
Ralph Grossman, will consist of
Mr. and Mrs .Jules Wilson, Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Goldman. Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Shindel. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Hirsch, Mr. and Mrs. Louis J.
Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. M. Kupfer-
stein. and Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Weinkle.
Cantor Boris Schlachman will be
the club's official greeter. The evenl
has been planned to accommodate
a thousand members and county-
wide friends of the association, and
will mark the advent of second an-
nual celebration of the club's
founding.
Beth David congregation will give
a homecoming reception for Rabbi
Max Shapiro at 8 p. m. Tuesday,
Oct. 10, in the Talmud Torah, 137
N. W. Third ave., the affair having
been postponed from Sunday be-
cause of the death of Mr. Thomas
Cohen.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chairman.
will be assisted by Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz, Mrs. Isidore Fine. Mrs.
Harry Oliphant, Mrs. M. J. Kopelo-
witz. Mrs. J. Engler, Mrs. M. Schein-
berg, Mrs. B. Kandle, Mrs. Morris
Dubler, Mrs. H. H. Farr and Mrs. S.
J. Spector. A musical program will
be given and refreshments will be
served.
Nominations For
Officers are Made
Nominations for officers for the
coming year at the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation were made
last Tuesday night at meeting held
in the Synagogue. Those nominat-
ed were: President. Milton Weiner;
1st vice president, H. M. Drevich;
2nd vice president. Max Rappaport;
treasurer, Philip Berkowitz; secre-
tary, Nathan Adelman. For the
Board of Directors, Joseph Green-
berg. Max Kupferstein, Wm. Mech-
lowitz. J. L. Shochet. L. Grossberg,
Harry Seitlin. Sam Futterfass, Max
Mintzer. and Nathan Wroobel.
Election will be held the first Tues-
day in November and officers will
bi' installed at a formal banquet to
be held several weeks later.
Definite action is to be taken by
the National Recovery Administra-
tion to curb profiteering by certain
industries now operating under
codes of fair competition, it was an-
nounced today by Recovery Ad-
ministrator Hugh S. Johnson.
As a rcsull of complaints by re-
tailers thai manufacturers of spe-
cialized products in which competi-
tion is limited have boosted prices
out of all proportion to increased
costs under their codes, public hear-
ing are to be ordered at once. The
hearings are to be conducted by
Deputy Administrator A. D. White-
side who is now preparing notices
requiring a number of manufactur-
ers to publicly justify their price
advances.
Among the complaints by retail-
ers, who are to be invited to testify
J during the hearings, is the charge
I that certain manufacturers, in an-
ticipation of the approval of per-
manent codes, built up huge stocks
of merchandise which they are now
forcing on the retailers at exhorbi-
tant prices with the explanation
that increased costs under the
codes are responsible.
In a specific case it is asserted
that one manufacturer increased
the price of his product 175 per
cent within a few hours after the
code for his industry was approved.
An Open Letter
What Is Wrong?
I am not a young man but not
j old as age goes. And it has been
my pleasure In the past years when
I lived in Hie North to watch the
! growth and development ol Ameri-
can Judaism. Never, in my long and
varied experience, have I, however,
witnessed the lack of Jewish inter-
that I observed here in Miami
during the past Rosh Hashono and
Yom Kippur.
I know that Miami and Miami
Beach have a rather large Jewish
population, and certainly on days
like tlic.se I had expected to sec
some of them, at least a great ma-
jority of them in the Temple or
Synagogue. I attended all four of
Miami's houses of worship at one
time or another during these three
days, and was astounded at the
small attendance in all. Where. I
ask. were the Jews, on these, the
holiest days of the year in Jewish
life?
Were I to blame the Radio for
the lack of attendance, the answer
would come back rather quickly.
"There was no Radio service those
days." What then was it?
Yom Kippur night ... I was sur-
prised and shocked to find a num-
ber of our Jewish boys and girls
attending the theatres, and some of
them at diamond ball games. Why?
At the services, large queues of
boys and girls were on the outside
rather than on the inside of the
Synagogue. Why?
Something Is lacking in the atti-
tude of our Jewish men and women,
boys and girls in Greater Miami.
"Forget your sham." I say. "Do
away witli all your never ending
speeches, and get a little more re-
sults." With all the Sisterhoods ex-
isting in Miami and Miami Beach,
what avails it if mere book reviews.
card games. Halloween parties and
such are the sum total of all ac-
complishments? What good all our
Sunday Schools if the very founda-
tion of Jewish life, the Home, is
neglected, for dramatics, games,
plays, and what not?
Did you say we have Synagogues
and Temple here? Empty, meaning-
less buildings, I grant you; but real
effective meaningful and accomp-
lishing sources of Jewish life, NO.
You gentlemen who control and
guide the destinies of Jewish life in
Miami, WAKE UP! For soon, I fear,
there will be none to even attend
what poor excuses for Judaism there
now exists here.
A NORTHERN JEW.
Editor's NoteWe should appre-
ciate the comment of our readers
on this rather interesting communi-
cation. Make your comments brief
and to the point.
Weather Cause
Of Postponement
The conference of Orthodox and
Conservative Rabbis and laymen!
scheduled for Monday, October 9th,
: and Tuesday. October 10th, at Or-
l lando. Fla., has been indefinitely |
postponed because of the unsettled
weather on the lower coast of
Florida. Announcement will be made
shortly of the exact time and place
when the conference will be held.
Rabbi Adolph Burger of Tampa is
temporary chairman, and Rabbi A.
S. Kleinfeld of St. Petersburg, is
temporary secretary


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Vol. No. 40
I III DAY, OCTOBER C, 1933
Sukkoth The Feast
of Tabernacles
Inning Thursday, October 5th,
Jewish people all over the
rid will celebrate the Peasl oi
rnacles, called In Hebrew.
Sukkoth. Even in biblical days this
was among the important
tivals oi the Jewish calendar,
and was classified with the Feast
Weeks and Passover, On these
' loyouj i.i ca Ions the Jews ol
Palestine were required to make
Images to the Temple at Jo-
in. The Feast ol Tabernacles,
ier, Is distinguished irom its
Istei festivals in both its purpose
celebration.
In ancient days, when Israel
dwelt in Palestine, Sukkoth was
primarily an agricultural festival. It
in.nkeci an occasion oi thanksgiv-
ir the truil harvest, and it
as indeed called "The Feast of
Ingathering." The prime purpose of
this festival was to express the
feeling of the people toward na-
me at large. The people gathered
In the Temple precincts, offered
acrifices of thanksgiving there,
and participated in public feasts,
i Ide from these public rejoicings,
there was instituted a highly elab-
rate ritual of paramount signili-
ance. On each of the seven days
l this holiday a number of sacri-
ficea were offered at the Temple
to reconcile all nations of the world
to God, while the sacrifices of the
eighth day were for the Jewish
people.
With the downfall of the Jewish
8tate in Palestine and the destruc-
tion of the Temple in Jerusalem,
the form of celebration of this fes-
tival was changed to suit the newer
conditions; but the holiday Itself
assumed even greater Importance.
liven today observant Jews build a
Sukkah, or booth, in their yards:
they eat their regular meals In
these booths throughout the period
"i this holiday. These booths sur-
vive as a reminiscence of the time
when the Jews dwelt In such booths
during the forty years that they
wandered through the desert, follow-
ing their deliverance from Egyp-
tian bondage, The palm bianch, oi
lulavas it is called In Hebrew; the
ethrog, or citron; Bprigs of the
nl myrtle, and boughs of the
humble willow of the brook symbol-
ize the harvest character oi the fes-
tival and form part of the
.service for Sukkoth.
The Nazi regime has been boast-
f i< : mailed uei ,fu] efforts
to reduce unemployment. i
thing i fine In Germany, the Hit-
lerite propagandists report. Yet bj
their own actions and word they
are revealed as deceivers of their
unfortunate people, Curtailed ra-
tions nine a month have been or-
dered tor every German on the
pain ol imprisonment, Export con-
tinued to ; how a en al tonal de-
cline. Dissension within the Nazi
ranks Is rife, the radical.-, and the
right-wingers clashing frequently
The continued arrest ol "Commun-
ists" Indicates thai there Is a very
active undercover movement ol op-
position which await., only the
proper moment to come oul Into
the open. Even Nazi party members
are known to be disgusted with the
brutal policies cii the government.
New rtheless the masses of Ger-
mans are kept in ignorance ol what
on bj a fettered press. But
the coming winter, with its attend-
ant suffering and privation, for mil-
lions oi deluded Germans, will re-
veal jusl how strong Hitler's gov-
ernment Is, Will the people bi ((in-
tent with speeches, parade, and de-
monstrations or will they demand
the bread and jobs promised before
the Nazi "revolution"? Impartial
observers who have recently re-
turned from Germany expeel sensa-
tional developments there in the
nexl few months. We can be sure
thai whatever happens Jews will be
the chiel sufferers, but if it means
the end of the Nazi regime the
price mav be worth it.
Chalutzim for
. I m erica
a forward-looking movement de-
signed to afford a partial solution
lor the difficulties of the thousands
oi technologically-displaced Jewish
workers and Jewish young men and
women seeking a foothold in al-
ready over-crowded professions by
settling them in Jewish cooperative
farm colonies in the United States
Is about to get under way. Under
the auspices of the Provisional Com-
mission for the Establishment of
Jewish Farm Settlements in the
United Suites, a national confer-
ence of representatives of all Jew-
ish Farm Settlements in the United
States, a national conference of
representatives of all Jewish or-
ganizations is to be held in October
to map out a practical program for
B new Jewish back-to-thc-land
movement The moving spirit in
this enterprise. Benjamin Brown,
who is a trained and practical agri-
culturist, is of the opinion that the
old method of settling inexperi-
enced Jews on small Individual
farms where they were expected to
make a success of a new occupa-
tion in B Strange environment is
outmoded and ineffective. He pro-
poses co-operative settlements, in
roups of fifty to one hundred
families, living in close proximity to
,..,,!, other, working on scientific
lines and with complete opportun-
ity ioi developing a social and cul-
tural life as they see fit. Tin.- plan
,.. no) only interesting but timely.
There Is a definite tendency among
Americans to gel back to the land.
If Mr. Brown's scheme will, a.s he
hopes, "create a healthy economic
balance m the Jewish community by
developing a substantial agricul-
i Announcements!
!.__________________i
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(OrlhodoO
311 Washington A if.. Miami lirarh
DAVID I. KOSFNBI.oom. Rabbi.
Succoth will begin Wedne day
I vening with the regular services,
to be followed Thursday morning
by services beginning a) 8:30 a. m.
with the Rabin preaching In Yid-
dish on "The Succah, a Symbol ol
Jewish Life." Friday morning the
Rabbi will preach on "The Mean-
ing oi the Esrog." Saturday morn-
ing the Rabbi will preach on "Ec-
clesiastes." Cantor Boris Schlach-
man will chant the during
the .Succoth holidays.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
IS4S S. W. Third Street
H i.i is WASHER, Rabbi
SUCCOS services will begin with
Maariv on Wednesday evening to
be followed by Kiddush In the Suc-
cah of the congregation with the
Ladies Auxiliary as host. Thursdaj
morning the services will begin al
I! 30 a. m. and Hie Rabbi will
preach in English on "The Fallen
Booth of David." On Friday morn-
ing the Rabbi will again preach In
h on "Cloud or Booth.
Winch?" Cantor Nathan Wroobel
has prepared a special program for
the chanting ol the services, on
Friday evening the usual briel ler-
vices will be held and regular ser-
vices will be held Saturday morn-
ing beginning al 9 a. m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
1ST N. EL Nineteenth Street
Dlt. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi
The lirst day of the Feast of
Booths Is Thursday. Services will
be held in Temple Israel Wednes-
day evening at 8:15. The Sister-
hood ladies have decorated the
Temple with a booth, and 'here
will be a booth adjoining the Tem-
ple where Sanctification services will
be held after the regular services,
The subject of Dr. Kaplan's ser-
mon will be "Lei the Nations Praise
You Oh Lord."
Friday evening services in the
Temple at 7:30. The children will
present a Harvest Festival program,
and the entire congregation is cor-
dially invited. This program has
been written by Mrs. I. M. Wem-
stein. president of the Sisterhood,
and dwells upon the joy of human
biengs in the gifts of God.
The public is cordially welcome.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
139 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Wednesday evening. October 4th.
Succos services will be ushered in
with the usual early services, fol-
lowed by late services at 8 p. m.
when Rabbi Shapiro will preach on
"A Rabbi's Manifold Problem.'
Following services the Sisterhood
will serve refreshments in the suc-
cah adjoining the congregation.
Thursday morning the Rabbi will
preach in Yiddish on "Succos." The
regular Succos services will be held
Friday morning and regular ser-
vices Friday evening and Saturday
morning. The regular Friday eve-
ning late services will begin Frid iy
October 13th.
tural element among the Jews in
representative proportion to the to-
tal Jewish population in the coun-
try," il will have made a major
contribution to Jewish life.
A. u. of M. mathematics profes-
sor, back from a world tour, say
he was asked lo lecture on Greek
mathematics in Athens, Turkish
mathematics in Istanbul. Chinese
mathematics in Pelping, and Rus-
sian mathematics in Moscow.
Ale miu a.- tonlshed? Had you be-
ll' d that mathematics was just
mathematics, fixed and invariabl
irom Greenland's ley mountain to
India's coral strand somethin ml
ver ai. like invitation and the
principle that your taxes are high-
er than you can afford to pay?
Well, now you see how one
that view is. There are great van-
atit i in mathematics irom coun-
try io country.
Ill Fiance to lake a single ex-
ample 'hey have an arithmi'n il
lav. that nothing subtracted irom
a war debt leaves no war debt.
The professor, by the way, w.i
not asked to lecture in Paris on
French mathematics. Me couldn't
in- i xpected to know anything about
that.
been-out of work two or three years
continue to walk out on him dur-
ing his address on the evils of
hoarding gold.
"From what i hear," remarked
Fillmore Beaker... "my friends and
I are 'doing our part' to make tin
return ol beer a sue e e mg no
stem unturned."
Tui. tut! Don't get yourself upset
One bit that I bust out in rhymes
Ol course it's futile, but I
A lot ol fun that way at tune
Mi,i1 nipple sprui i
For newsprint stock to run my
verse.
They're smeared tor Wall Street
news as well.
A crime that's infinitely worse
Now why don't you write rhapsodii
And. giving up these jibes at me
Succumb lo my benign disease.
This eczema ol prosody'.'
A statesman is a bird who won
ders why so many men who havt
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21. 1912, embodied in section ill. Poatai
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I. Thai the names and addresses < publisher, editor, managing ,-,iiT,,r. ami
business managers era:
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297S, Miami. Florida.
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(i. Box I97S, Miami. Florida,
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_'. Thai the owner !a: the Jewish
Florldian Publishing Co., .1. Louis Sho-
chet, Owner.
8. Thai the known bondholders, mort-
gai....... ami other security holders owning
er holding I eel- cent or mure of total
am,nint ,if bonds, mortgages, er ther se-
CUritlet are: NONE.
I. Thai the two paragraphs next above,
giving the name, of ihe niui.r. stock-
holders, if am. contain nol only the li.'
uf stockholders and security holder a
the] appear upon the I.....k. ,,f the com-
pany Inn also, in cases where the Muck-
holder or security holder appears upon the
i.....I.- "f 'he compan) a. trust......r in any
other fiduciary relation, 'lie name of the
person or corporation for whom such trus-
tee i acting, i given: al... thai the said
two paragraphs contain statement
bracing affiant's full knowledge ana be-
lief a- in ihe circumstances ami condi-
tions under which stockholders ami secur-
ity holders who da nol appear upon the
of I he company a. tru iteei. hold
.io,k ami securities in a capacity other
than thai of a Ihhiii fiile owner ; ami thi-
afflanl ha no rea Dn to believe thai any
other pei i a Delation, or corporation
has mi;. Interest direct "r Indlrecl in th-
aid lock, bonds, or other lecuritie than
itated by him.
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The man who wa. tini d lor strlk-
a woman whose lau an-
noyed him al a vaudeville show had
clearlj gone loo far. One
'.nil a person who laughs
al a vaudeville joke, and perhap
reprove himbut one should not
punish him, unless more m pity
than in anger.
A man's best friend Is a suffi-
' i' lay ol the almighty dollar.
Why is it always easier to coax
a woman than it i.s to persuade
her?
A proverb is but another nami I
an undisputed fact witli whiskei
on it.
It's a poor rule that won't work
both ways, but it's a poorer one
ihat won't work at all.
Love is the dream of childhood,
the life of youth and too often the
bankruptcy of old age.
The telephone girl has a speak-
ing acquaintance with a great
many people whom she doesn't
recognize.
Fancy Is to Chance a debtor,
Following where she goes.
Love is like good winethe better
A.s it older grows.
FATHER'S PLAINT
There's a big chest in the bathroom
And a highboy in the hall;
The bedrooms boast of many
drawers.
But me, I've none at all.
Sometimes they're full of ribbons.
Or clothes which old have grown.
Of all the drawers in our house
There's none to call my own.
If ever I'm a millionaire
I'm going on a spree;
I'll buy a little chest of drawers
And get a great big key.
I'll lock them up so blooming tight
And throw the key away,
So I can say, "Keep off those draw-
ers;
They're mine till Judgment Day.''
The attempt of a robber to re-
move a bathtub from a house at
Montreal was foiled when the cry-
ing of a baby aroused the family.
Greater caution in pouring the
baby out of the bathtub first might
have assured success in his under-
taking.
Age is creeping on one when the
l ait less visitor asks if the armchair
you bought new the year you were
married Is a genuine antique.
Some readers say tin v prt t< i
book reviews to the book in many
cases, as Uicy tell all one needs to
know, and, as a rule, the writing is
better.
Qeorge Ryan, of Boston, Is offer-
ing a novel recipe for devil's food.
You bake an angel food cake and
let it fall.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. October 6, 1933
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? EJili-d by RABBI S. M. MACHT1 1
4. Founder and Director, Radio Bynagog of America ?
% Sunday Mornings WIOD, Miami. Florida *
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"Forgiveness"
(Atonement Day Sermon) Scripture Beading, Isaiah, Chapter i.vn.
verse 11 to CHAPTER LXIII, verse 14, inclusive.
Prom the scripture reading today, which U p
; thai our ancestor! : ""'
eighth century before the Christian era wen nol un tnpor-
ili b, read on the Day ol Atonement, are
: pri t| WOi hippers with the true pui
The Prophel l same though! In Mi Rend
your hearts, and not your garments, and nun unto the Lord our cod.
Forglvi nly to those who sincerely pledge then to for-
tions. In the Hook of Jonah we read thai God par-
doned the people ol Nineveh, nol becau 1 ol their sackcloth and
amendment; -And God saw their work
turned from their evil way; and God repented ol the evil which Hi
Hi would do unto them; and He did It not."
Xhei ome who attributi some ma nlni power to the
.,.,. rful word however Insincere or unfelt. Othei
, thi to the mere I istlng. Othi rs .1 sin. attribute a
miraculous effectiveness to the D All such notion.-, which only
delude and Injure those who cherish them, are repugnant to common
And 11 there are Jews who do cherish them, II is nol tx
the explicil teaching! ol .Judaism, but in spite ol them. The Bible and
Rabbi* alike denoui tolly.
Wi are taught that only th In which arc in effect violations ol
the lav., regu onduct and attitude towards God arc for-
given through sincere prayer on the Day ol Atonement. Those Bins
which have Injured another, those acts of man by which he has wrong-
,CI ., 1 .,,,, being an ni n by God until reparation has
been made, until restitution to the injured person has been ai
pllshed and until thi 1 oipletely pardoned the wroni
:. that ha> ben accomplished. God also forgives the sin, for an acl
whereby we afflict another being is simultaneously also a violation oi a
Divine injunction to be I nd fair. The Rabbis have conveyed this
i us in the word "II thou hast sinned thy brother, fli
and reconcile thyself to him, for otherwi.se the Day ol Atonemi nt can-
_
Vv"i1 mind, the orthodox Jew. on thi re-
prayer m private and In sllenl devotion. This pel nal
i a confession ol man's frailty and weakness and an admission
that he has succumbed to the temptation.. 01 sin. During this recital, and
amor pli i thi Ji C forglvi nd un-
1 ness, unto all who have sinned against me, whether the
individual has hurt me through his physical body or through his finan-
cial power, or n he has slandered me. even If he has defamed my charac-
iny one who has injured me in my body or 111 my finances,
and any who have .sinned against me through a violation ol the laws
regulating man's conduct towards in- leiiowman:excepting -such monies
due me which I can legally collect, and excepting these who sin againsl
me m anticipation of my tor Ivi 1 cceptlng these latter mention-
ed. I forgive all with a full pardon, and may no person be punished be-
cause of me. And, as I forgive unto every man. so may You cau.-e me to
find mace in the eyes ol every man that he forgive me with a complete
forgiveness.....
But. lew are sincere in this forgiveness, and this prayer is recited In
the same manner a.s the Lords Prayer of the Christians who say.
'.... And forgive us our debts, a.s we forgive our debtors They
.veic reciting that prayer while they were imprisoning men for debt, not
,0 very many years ago. Is it any wonder that the selfish prayers of men
40 unheard? God would not be the Worshipful One were He to follow in
the path suggested for Him by His worshippers. How many ol you would
really want God to forgive you as you forgive those who have wronged
you? Not any. You have distorted the prayer. It should ask for yourself
the power to forgive your debtors as God forgives you. You give man a
credit rating. When he has exhausted that to the limit placed by you,
you stop granting further credit. If your bill is unpaid, you take step.- to
collect it. Not so with God and you. You are daily in receipt of bounties
from God for which you are expected to pay by making yourself of value
to mankind, by improving yourself. You don't come anywhere near mak-
ing the proper payment. Does God shut down on the credit? No. "Od
Yom Moso T'chokeh Lo' ..." Thou waitest for him till the day ol
his death ..." God is patient with the sinner.
What do you know of forgiveness.you who carry your grudges to
the grave? What do you know of pardon.you who live only to avenge
.ome real or imagined wrong? What do you know of granting remia ion
for son,you who lie in ambush for an enemy and are not appeased until
you have Inflicted ten wounds for the one that you have suffered? By
what brazen effrontery do you dare ask forgiveness.you who refuse to
listen to the pleas of your debtors? By what utter lack of conscience do
you plead for pardon.you who, at the very moment ol your prayer,
harbor a hidden plan for the destruction and ruination of a competitor?
It has truly been said. "To err la human; to forgive, divine." Bui,
that does not imply that may not be capable of forgiveness; it does
not follow that man must be unrelenting in his search for vengeance,
and that he leave the matter of forgiveness to God. It was a man and a
Jew who said, "Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do."
And he .said 11 sincerely. He had forgiven. There was no malice in his
heart.
We Jews know how to forgive, as a people. As individuals, there are
many who are no nearer the truth of Life than the lowest animal A.
people we have forgiven past persecutions. During a political camp
a presidential campaign not many years ago,one of the candidates was
Gdynia America Line Inaugurates
New Service Between (ton-
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American Jews who. in the past,
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THE TOKAH LOVE
By Itahlii Lazarus Axelrod
With pensive brow and soulful eyes,
i ize transfixed, as one entranc-
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Dei p. deep In thought, he softly
sight
The Torah Love
in ecstacy ol youthful joy
a Jewish heart, to Israel true,
purity, his only toy.
The Torah Love.
a halo ol angelic
Floats gently down from He
throne
1 rad iti from I I weel faci
The Torah Love.
Soon silv-ry note from twixl
lips
irth, a-
On problem, wrought In Bab
The Torah Love.
Radio Synagog
Rabbi 8. M. Machtei, founder and
director ol the Radio Sym
preach over WIOD at ten o'clock
on Sunday morning on "What's In
a Name?" In addition to thi
nion there will be prayers, hymns,
scripture reading, and a question
box.
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,1 catholic. A speaker lor the opposing party, addressing a gathering ol
sought to turn them against the catholic candidate with this
statement; "Look back into your history and re-read the sufferln
your people at the hands ol the Catholic!!" He gol no farther in that
direction. Someone rose from a from seat and stopped him with ai M
lengthy made, the substance of which was. thai we, Ji had long
.since forgiven and that 1:0 such arguments WOUld be entertained I
nan assembled ;i the candidacy ol any individual.
yesterday you prayed tor forgiveness, tor pardon, auu lor rem
of sin. I can add only this: "May your prayers have been sincere. And.
may the Supreme Judge take no account 0! your p!'
yOU forgive those Who Wrong you." That WOUld spell your destruction.
When you shall have learned less, then, you may pi'ay alter the
manner ol the Lord's Pra
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Friday, October 6, 1933
THE J EWISH FLORIDIAN

SOCIETY
Two of the greatest personalities
on the American screen are co-
starred for the first time in Metro-
Goldwyn-Mayer's talking picture
adaptation of P. Marion Crawford's
classic love story, "The White Sis-
ter.'' which plays Sunday and Mon-
day at the 7th Avenue Theatre.
They are Helen Hayes, winner of
the recent Motion Picture Academy
award, and Clark Gable, universal-
ly conceded to be the talkies' out-
standing matinee idol.
Hayes, last seen as the
nurse in "A Farewell to Arms," this
time plays the role of an aristo-
cratic Italian girl who on the eve
oi her wedding to a man of her
father's choice, falls in love with a
young officer in the Italian air
force. A clandestine romance re-
stilt.'- and the father, in a desperate
attempt to call a halt to the pro-
:. involved in an automo-
mashup and dies. When the
officer subsequently is called
front and is reported killed.
Irl determines to abandon the
world and to shut herself up in a
convent as a White Sister, and then
TIVOLI
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I..
Sunday 20c till 6:30
Sunday-Monday, Oct. 8-9
KATE SMITH
Hello Everybody"
RANDOLPH SCOTT
SALLY BLANK
follows the climax when the officer
re-appears.

Registration for the Sunday
school and Talmud To rah of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will continue next Sunday
morning beginning at 10 a. m. and
in the afternoon following the chil-
dren's party in the Succah. Mon-
day and Tuesday afternoons from
4 p. m, registration will continue
for the Talmud Torah of the Con-
gregation. Actual sessions will be-
gin the following Monday. All
parents desiring to enroll their
children, particularly those residing
in the Southwest section are urged
to register their children immedi-
ately. Rabbi Julius Washer is in
charge of the Sunday school and
Talmud Torah.

Kate Smith's first starring mo-
tion picture, "Hello, Everybody." a
story written especially for her by
Fannie Hurst, will play at the
Tivoli Theatre, next Sunday and
Monday.
The "Songbird of the South." one
of radio's first ladies, was signed
for the picture after audiences
throughout the country, who ap-
plauded her work in "The Big
Firecast," In which she made an
appearance with 14 other radio
stars, set up a clamor for more of
her. Attentive theatre managers
throughout the country, their ears
cocked to patrons' demands, com-
municated the intelligence to Holly-
wood, and Hollywood was quick to
act.
Mi.ss Smith is the central charac-
ter in a simple, touching story. As
leader of a group of farmers whoso
property is threatened by a power
company which insists on destroy-
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her own homestead to go East and
make a name for herself on the
radio, in an effort to raise funds
with which to battle the case in
court.
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Plans for the winter season will
be presented shortly by the mem-
bers and officers of the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation to include
j a series of card parties, the annual
dances, a number of theatre par-
ties and the annual bazaar of the
organization. All will be devoted to
raising funds for the Talmud Torah
of the Congregation and will take
care of the tuition of the large |
, number of children whose parents [
I have been unable because of the
present economic conditions to pay
| even a small charge.

The regular Board meeting of
| the Junior Council of Jewish Wom-
en which was to have ben held last
Tuesday night will be held at 8 p.
m. next Tuesday night. October
10th, at the Spanish room of the
; Ponce De Leon Hotel when import-
| ant business will be transacted. All
members are urged to attend.

During the reception that will be
tendered Rabbi Julius Washer of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation on Sunday evening, Oc-
tober 15th, by the Ladies Auxiliary,
a very interesting event will be the
: presentation to the Congregation
| of a beautiful "Poroches" or cover-
! ing for the Holy Ark on behalf of
| the Board of Directors of the Con-
! gregation. The presentation will be
made with fitting ceremonies and
I will then be installed on the Ark.
PLAYING AT Till
7TH AVE. THEATRE
Among the candidates who will
be voted on as delegates to the Con-
vention to determine whether or
not Florida will vote to repeal the
18th Amendment to the Federal
constitution are Baron De Hirsch
Meyer popular Miami Beach City
Councilman, and Herbert U. Feible-
man, both favoring the repeal of
the 18th Amendment.

Talmud Torah 6f the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation under
the direction of Rabbi Julius Wash-
er will begin active session on Mon-
day afternoon, October 16th, at 3:30
p. m. when the first grade will
meet. A meeting of all the children
will be held at the Synagogue next
week when assignments will be
made to the different classes. Sun-
day school will start Sunday morn-
ing, October 15th. at 10 a. m. and
will consist of four grades and the
Confirmation class in charge of the
Rabbi. Plans will be announced
.shortly for a Chanuka play that
will be given by the children of the
Sunday school.
The Girl's division of the Y. M.
H. A. meets regularly at the Y. M.
H. A. Building every Tuesday night
at 8 p. m. when a short business
session Ls held and then a social
hour is spent with dancing and re-
freshments. The girls are planning
a series of entertainments to raise
funds for the activities of their
division and to help the Y. M. H. A.
* 0
Mr. Jos. M. Lipton whose marri-
age to Miss Ann Abrash took place
several weeks ago Ls expected to re-
turn to Miami with his bride this
coming Sunday. They spent their
honeymoon traveling in the North
and attending a Life Insurance
convention in Chicago. 111.
Hear Hitler May Succeed
President Von Hindenbur:;
BERLINIn view of the fact that
President von Hindenburg will
shortly reach his 80th birthday,
well-Informed circles here, cogniz-
ant of his impaired health, are
seriously discussing the possibility
that the venerable field marshal
will find some way of resigning and
turning over the presidency to
Chancellor Adolf Hitler.
Tampa, Fla.
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Friday, October 6, 1933 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY b> the n:\MSII FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO P. O. Box 297J Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183 Modern Jewry, however, is emphasizing the message of joy and gladness which the Feast of Taber• brings to the world at large, as well a .s to the Jewish people 'Jewish Times.i EXECI TIVE OFFICES: 111-16 Security Ming. Phone 2-filSS Rumblings Naziland in EDITORIAL OFFICES: SJ| S. W. 1 ">lh Avenue Phont 2-1183 ,1. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor i I.I n K. SHOCHET. Circulation Hainan CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative attar July 4, at tht !' %  tO %  Miami, I orlda ; Vcl of Man h i. 1879, WEST PALM BEACH ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative TAMPA, FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative Bl BS( RIPTION Six. Months $ 1.00 'in,. Year $ 2.00 Vol. — No. 40 I III DAY, OCTOBER C, 1933 Sukkoth — The Feast of Tabernacles Inning Thursday, October 5th, Jewish people all over the rid will celebrate the Peasl oi rnacles, called In Hebrew. Sukkoth. Even in biblical days this was among the important tivals oi the Jewish calendar, and was classified with the Feast Weeks and Passover, On these loyouj I.I ca Ions the Jews ol Palestine were required to make Images to the Temple at Join. The Feast ol Tabernacles, ier, Is distinguished irom its Istei festivals in both its purpose celebration. In ancient days, when Israel dwelt in Palestine, Sukkoth was primarily an agricultural festival. It in.nkeci an occasion oi thanksgivir the truil harvest, and it as indeed called "The Feast of Ingathering." The prime purpose of this festival was to express the feeling of the people toward name at large. The people gathered In the Temple precincts, offered acrifices of thanksgiving there, and participated in public feasts, i Ide from these public rejoicings, there was instituted a highly elabrate ritual of paramount signiliance. On each of the seven days %  l this holiday a number of sacrificea were offered at the Temple to reconcile all nations of the world to God, while the sacrifices of the eighth day were for the Jewish people. With the downfall of the Jewish 8tate in Palestine and the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem, the form of celebration of this festival was changed to suit the newer conditions; but the holiday Itself assumed even greater Importance. liven today observant Jews build a Sukkah, or booth, in their yards: they eat their regular meals In these booths throughout the period "i this holiday. These booths survive as a reminiscence of the time when the Jews dwelt In such booths during the forty years that they wandered through the desert, following their deliverance from Egyptian bondage, The palm bianch, oi lulav—as it is called In Hebrew; the ethrog, or citron; Bprigs of the nl myrtle, and boughs of the humble willow of the brook symbolize the harvest character oi the festival and form part of the %  .service for Sukkoth. The Nazi regime has been boastf i< : mailed uei ,f u ] efforts to reduce unemployment. i thing i fine In Germany, the Hitlerite propagandists report. Yet bj their own actions and word they are revealed as deceivers of their unfortunate people, Curtailed rations nine a month have been ordered tor every German on the pain ol imprisonment, Export continued to ; how a en al tonal decline. Dissension within the Nazi ranks Is rife, the radical.-, and the right-wingers clashing frequently The continued arrest ol "Communists" Indicates thai there Is a very active undercover movement ol opposition which await., only the proper moment to come oul Into the open. Even Nazi party members are known to be disgusted with the brutal policies cii the government. New rtheless the masses of Germans are kept in ignorance ol what %  % %  on bj a fettered press. But the coming winter, with its attendant suffering and privation, for millions oi deluded Germans, will reveal jusl how strong Hitler's government Is, Will the people bi ((intent with speeches, parade, and demonstrations or will they demand the bread and jobs promised before the Nazi "revolution"? Impartial observers who have recently returned from Germany expeel sensational developments there in the nexl few months. We can be sure thai whatever happens Jews will be the chiel sufferers, but if it means the end of the Nazi regime the price mav be worth it. Chalutzim for I m erica A forward-looking movement designed to afford a partial solution lor the difficulties of the thousands oi technologically-displaced Jewish workers and Jewish young men and women seeking a foothold in already over-crowded professions by settling them in Jewish cooperative farm colonies in the United States Is about to get under way. Under the auspices of the Provisional Commission for the Establishment of Jewish Farm Settlements in the United Suites, a national conference of representatives of all Jewish Farm Settlements in the United States, a national conference of representatives of all Jewish organizations is to be held in October to map out a practical program for B new Jewish back-to-thc-land movement The moving spirit in this enterprise. Benjamin Brown, who is a trained and practical agriculturist, is of the opinion that the old method of settling inexperienced Jews on small Individual farms where they were expected to make a success of a new occupation in B Strange environment is outmoded and ineffective. He proposes co-operative settlements, in roups of fifty to one hundred families, living in close proximity to ,..,, %  !, other, working on scientific lines and with complete opportunity ioi developing a social and cultural life as they see fit. Tin.plan ,.. no) only interesting but timely. There Is a definite tendency among Americans to gel back to the land. If Mr. Brown's scheme will, a.s he hopes, "create a healthy economic balance m the Jewish community by developing a substantial agriculi Announcements! !. i CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (OrlhodoO 311 Washington A if.. Miami lirarh DAVID I. KOSFNBI.OOM. Rabbi. Succoth will begin Wedne day I vening with the regular services, to be followed Thursday morning by services beginning a) 8:30 a. m. with the Rabin preaching In Yiddish on "The Succah, a Symbol ol Jewish Life." Friday morning the Rabbi will preach on "The Meaning oi the Esrog." Saturday morning the Rabbi will preach on "Ecclesiastes." Cantor Boris Schlachman will chant the during the .Succoth holidays. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) IS4S S. W. Third Street H i.i is WASHER, Rabbi SUCCOS services will begin with Maariv on Wednesday evening to be followed by Kiddush In the Succah of the congregation with the Ladies Auxiliary as host. Thursdaj morning the services will begin al I! 30 a. m. and Hie Rabbi will preach in English on "The Fallen Booth of David." On Friday morning the Rabbi will again preach In h on "Cloud or Booth. Winch?" Cantor Nathan Wroobel has prepared a special program for the chanting ol the services, on Friday evening the usual briel lervices will be held and regular services will be held Saturday morning beginning al 9 a. m. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 1ST N. EL Nineteenth Street Dlt. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi The lirst day of the Feast of Booths Is Thursday. Services will be held in Temple Israel Wednesday evening at 8:15. The Sisterhood ladies have decorated the Temple with a booth, and 'here will be a booth adjoining the Temple where Sanctification services will be held after the regular services, The subject of Dr. Kaplan's sermon will be "Lei the Nations Praise You Oh Lord." Friday evening services in the Temple at 7:30. The children will present a Harvest Festival program, and the entire congregation is cordially invited. This program has been written by Mrs. I. M. Wemstein. president of the Sisterhood, and dwells upon the joy of human biengs in the gifts of God. The public is cordially welcome. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 139 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Wednesday evening. October 4th. Succos services will be ushered in with the usual early services, followed by late services at 8 p. m. when Rabbi Shapiro will preach on "A Rabbi's Manifold Problem.' Following services the Sisterhood will serve refreshments in the succah adjoining the congregation. Thursday morning the Rabbi will preach in Yiddish on "Succos." The regular Succos services will be held Friday morning and regular services Friday evening and Saturday morning. The regular Friday evening late services will begin Frid iy October 13th. tural element among the Jews in representative proportion to the total Jewish population in the country," il will have made a major contribution to Jewish life. A. u. of M. mathematics professor, back from a world tour, say he was asked lo lecture on Greek mathematics in Athens, Turkish mathematics in Istanbul. Chinese mathematics in Pelping, and Russian mathematics in Moscow. Ale MIU a.tonlshed? Had you bell' %  d that mathematics was just mathematics, fixed and invariabl irom Greenland's ley mountain to India's coral strand somethin ml ver ai. like invitation and the principle that your taxes are higher than you can afford to pay? Well, now you see how one that view is. There are great vanatit i in mathematics irom country io country. Ill Fiance to lake a single example 'hey have an arithmi'n il lav. that nothing subtracted irom a war debt leaves no war debt. The professor, by the way, w.i not asked to lecture in Paris on French mathematics. Me couldn't ini xpected to know anything about that. been-out of work two or three years continue to walk out on him during his address on the evils of hoarding gold. "From what i hear," remarked Fillmore Beaker... "my friends and I are 'doing our part' to make tin return ol beer a sue e e mg no stem unturned." Tui. tut! Don't get yourself upset One bit that I bust out in rhymes Ol course it's futile, but I %  A lot ol fun that way at tune Mi,i 1 nipple sprui i For newsprint stock to run my verse. They're smeared tor Wall Street news as well. A crime that's infinitely worse Now why don't you write rhapsodii And. giving up these jibes at me Succumb lo my benign disease. This eczema ol prosody'.' A statesman is a bird who won ders why so many men who havt STATEMENT Jewish Florldian and lhnt the following is, to il,,besl "f liiknowledge and belief, a true statemenl of the owni management, etc., <,r the aforesaid publication fur the date shown in the abov, caption, required by the Act el" Augusl 21. 1912, embodied in section ill. Poatai Lawan.I Regulations, printed en the reverse of this form, to wll: I. Thai the names and addresses <


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Page Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. October 6, 1933 I •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• %  :• •:• &f # • • • • • &f • &f ••• # ••• ••• *•' '•* '•* '•' '•* *•* "•' Slattin £>gtiagng SnUrtitt | &f EJili-d by RABBI S. M. MACHT1 1 4. Founder and Director, Radio Bynagog of America &f % SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI. FLORIDA % %  + Vol. HI. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1983 No. 3 •> •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• &f ••• ••• ••• '• '•"•' *•' '•' '•' "Forgiveness" (Atonement Day Sermon) Scripture Beading, Isaiah, Chapter i.vn. verse 11 to CHAPTER LXIII, verse 14, inclusive. Prom the scripture reading today, which U p ; thai our ancestor! : ""' eighth century before the Christian era wen nol un tnporili b, read on the Day ol Atonement, are : pri t | WO i hippers with the true pui The Prophel l same though! In Mi Rend your hearts, and not your garments, and nun unto the Lord our cod. Forglvi nly to those who sincerely pledge then to fortions. In the Hook of Jonah we read thai God pardoned the people ol Nineveh, nol becau 1 ol their sackcloth and amendment; -And God saw their work turned from their evil way; and God repented ol the evil which Hi Hi would do unto them; and He did It not." Xhei ome who attributi some ma nlni power to the „„.,.,. rful word however Insincere or unfelt. Othei ,„„ thi to the mere I istlng. Othi rs .1 sin. attribute a miraculous effectiveness to the D All such notion.-, which only delude and Injure those who cherish them, are repugnant to common And 11 there are Jews who do cherish them, II is nol tx the explicil teaching! ol .Judaism, but in spite ol them. The Bible and Rabbi* alike denoui tolly. Wi are taught that only th In which arc in effect violations ol the lav., regu onduct and attitude towards God arc forgiven through sincere prayer on the Day ol Atonement. Those Bins which have Injured another, those acts of man by which he has wrong, C I ., 1 .,,,,„ being an ni n by God until reparation has been made, until restitution to the injured person has been ai pllshed and until thi 1 oipletely pardoned the wroni :. that ha> ben accomplished. God also forgives the sin, for an acl whereby we afflict another being is simultaneously also a violation oi a Divine injunction to be I nd fair. The Rabbis have conveyed this i„ us in the word "II thou hast sinned thy brother, fli and reconcile thyself to him, for otherwi.se the Day ol Atonemi nt can_ Vv"i1 mind, the orthodox Jew. on thi reprayer m private and In sllenl devotion. This pel nal i a confession ol man's frailty and weakness and an admission that he has succumbed to the temptation.. 01 sin. During this recital, and amor pli i thi Ji C forglvi nd un1 ness, unto all who have sinned against me, whether the individual has hurt me through his physical body or through his financial power, or n he has slandered me. even If he has defamed my characiny one who has injured me in my body or 111 my finances, and any who have .sinned against me through a violation ol the laws regulating man's conduct towards inleiiowman:—excepting -such monies due me which I can legally collect, and excepting these who sin againsl me m anticipation of my tor Ivi 1 cceptlng these latter mentioned. I forgive all with a full pardon, and may no person be punished because of me. And, as I forgive unto every man. so may You cau.-e me to find mace in the eyes ol every man that he forgive me with a complete forgiveness But. lew are sincere in this forgiveness, and this prayer is recited In the same manner a.s the Lords Prayer of the Christians who say. •'.... And forgive us our debts, a.s we forgive our debtors They .veic reciting that prayer while they were imprisoning men for debt, not ,0 very many years ago. Is it any wonder that the selfish prayers of men 40 unheard? God would not be the Worshipful One were He to follow in the path suggested for Him by His worshippers. How many ol you would really want God to forgive you as you forgive those who have wronged you? Not any. You have distorted the prayer. It should ask for yourself the power to forgive your debtors as God forgives you. You give man a credit rating. When he has exhausted that to the limit placed by you, you stop granting further credit. If your bill is unpaid, you take step.to collect it. Not so with God and you. You are daily in receipt of bounties from God for which you are expected to pay by making yourself of value to mankind, by improving yourself. You don't come anywhere near making the proper payment. Does God shut down on the credit? No. "Od Yom Moso T'chokeh Lo' ..." Thou waitest for him till the day ol his death ..." God is patient with the sinner. What do you know of forgiveness.—you who carry your grudges to the grave? What do you know of pardon.—you who live only to avenge .ome real or imagined wrong? What do you know of granting remia ion for son,—you who lie in ambush for an enemy and are not appeased until you have Inflicted ten wounds for the one that you have suffered? By what brazen effrontery do you dare ask forgiveness.—you who refuse to listen to the pleas of your debtors? By what utter lack of conscience do you plead for pardon.—you who, at the very moment ol your prayer, harbor a hidden plan for the destruction and ruination of a competitor? It has truly been said. "To err la human; to forgive, divine." Bui, that does not imply that may not be capable of forgiveness; it does not follow that man must be unrelenting in his search for vengeance, and that he leave the matter of forgiveness to God. It was a man and a Jew who said, "Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do." And he .said 11 sincerely. He had forgiven. There was no malice in his heart. We Jews know how to forgive, as a people. As individuals, there are many who are no nearer the truth of Life than the lowest animal A. people we have forgiven past persecutions. During a political camp a presidential campaign not many years ago,—one of the candidates was Gdynia America Line Inaugurates New Service Between (tonst.in/a and Palestine American Jews who. in the past, were deslrious of visiting Eastern Europe and then Havel to Palestine had many difficulties in finding good connections from Eastern Europe to Eretz Israel. To eliminate difficulties, the Gdynia America Line has si irted a regular fasl passenger service bi Constanza and Haifa with II ship, the large and luxurious ;.ia." in the presence


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Friday, October 6, 1933 THE J EWISH FLORIDIAN SOCIETY Two of the greatest personalities on the American screen are costarred for the first time in MetroGoldwyn-Mayer's talking picture adaptation of P. Marion Crawford's classic love story, "The White Sister.'' which plays Sunday and Monday at the 7th Avenue Theatre. They are Helen Hayes, winner of the recent Motion Picture Academy award, and Clark Gable, universally conceded to be the talkies' outstanding matinee idol. Hayes, last seen as the nurse in "A Farewell to Arms," this time plays the role of an aristocratic Italian girl who on the eve oi her wedding to a man of her father's choice, falls in love with a young officer in the Italian air force. A clandestine romance restilt.'and the father, in a desperate attempt to call a halt to the pro:. involved in an automomashup and dies. When the officer subsequently is called front and is reported killed. Irl determines to abandon the world and to shut herself up in a convent as a White Sister, and then TIVOLI II -hum i:l.% nd 11:00 P. M. I.. Sunday 20c till 6:30 Sunday-Monday, Oct. 8-9 KATE SMITH Hello Everybody" RANDOLPH SCOTT SALLY BLANK follows the climax when the officer re-appears. • • • Registration for the Sunday school and Talmud To rah of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will continue next Sunday morning beginning at 10 a. m. and in the afternoon following the children's party in the Succah. Monday and Tuesday afternoons from 4 p. m, registration will continue for the Talmud Torah of the Congregation. Actual sessions will begin the following Monday. All parents desiring to enroll their children, particularly those residing in the Southwest section are urged to register their children immediately. Rabbi Julius Washer is in charge of the Sunday school and Talmud Torah. • • • Kate Smith's first starring motion picture, "Hello, Everybody." a story written especially for her by Fannie Hurst, will play at the Tivoli Theatre, next Sunday and Monday. The "Songbird of the South." one of radio's first ladies, was signed for the picture after audiences throughout the country, who applauded her work in "The Big Firecast," In which she made an appearance with 14 other radio stars, set up a clamor for more of her. Attentive theatre managers throughout the country, their ears cocked to patrons' demands, communicated the intelligence to Hollywood, and Hollywood was quick to act. Mi.ss Smith is the central character in a simple, touching story. As leader of a group of farmers whoso property is threatened by a power company which insists on destroyPage Five JL. (Pop) GERSONJ 1 Buyer of all kinds of scrap metal. We sell auto parts, j tag their lands to make way for a machinery etc. I 2141 N. W. SECOND AVENUE + ., Keys Made While You Wait R. L. (Bob) GARR Safe, Gun and Lock Expert | ALL WORK GUARANTEED 5 211 N. E. 13th St Phone 2-0718 Igreat water project she abandons her own homestead to go East and make a name for herself on the radio, in an effort to raise funds with which to battle the case in court. BON TON Dry Cleaners Wt -ll For and Deliver ( arpeln and Run Cleaned or Dyed We Do Pleating Plant and Main Office: 7 N. W. 5th Ave. Phone 2-6715 NICELEY Funeral Home IMS H :i-l,ir, K t.,ii Ave.. Miami Beach PHONE 5-3355 SIDEBOTTOM Ice Cream Co. 2424 N. W. 7th Ave. M00 W. Flacler St. 733 N. W. 34th St. PHONE i-3812 + HOME SERVICE Laundry ROY H. TURNER. Prop. %  225 S. W. 6th St. Phone 1-1(54 SPECIAL A 20 pe r cen t discount of every bundle of 75 cents or more. %  + Plans for the winter season will be presented shortly by the members and officers of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation to include j a series of card parties, the annual dances, a number of theatre parties and the annual bazaar of the organization. All will be devoted to raising funds for the Talmud Torah of the Congregation and will take care of the tuition of the large | number of children whose parents [ I have been unable because of the present economic conditions to pay | even a small charge. • • • The regular Board meeting of | the Junior Council of Jewish Women which was to have ben held last Tuesday night will be held at 8 p. m. next Tuesday night. October 10th, at the Spanish room of the ; Ponce De Leon Hotel when import| ant business will be transacted. All members are urged to attend. • • • During the reception that will be tendered Rabbi Julius Washer of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation on Sunday evening, October 15th, by the Ladies Auxiliary, a very interesting event will be the : presentation to the Congregation | of a beautiful "Poroches" or cover! ing for the Holy Ark on behalf of | the Board of Directors of the Con! gregation. The presentation will be made with fitting ceremonies and I will then be installed on the Ark. PLAYING AT Till 7TH AVE. THEATRE Among the candidates who will be voted on as delegates to the Convention to determine whether or not Florida will vote to repeal the 18th Amendment to the Federal constitution are Baron De Hirsch Meyer popular Miami Beach City Councilman, and Herbert U. Feibleman, both favoring the repeal of the 18th Amendment. • • • Talmud Torah 6f the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation under the direction of Rabbi Julius Washer will begin active session on Monday afternoon, October 16th, at 3:30 p. m. when the first grade will meet. A meeting of all the children will be held at the Synagogue next week when assignments will be made to the different classes. Sunday school will start Sunday morning, October 15th. at 10 a. m. and will consist of four grades and the Confirmation class in charge of the Rabbi. Plans will be announced .shortly for a Chanuka play that will be given by the children of the Sunday school. The Girl's division of the Y. M. H. A. meets regularly at the Y. M. H. A. Building every Tuesday night at 8 p. m. when a short business session Ls held and then a social hour is spent with dancing and refreshments. The girls are planning a series of entertainments to raise funds for the activities of their division and to help the Y. M. H. A. 0 Mr. Jos. M. Lipton whose marriage to Miss Ann Abrash took place several weeks ago Ls expected to return to Miami with his bride this coming Sunday. They spent their honeymoon traveling in the North and attending a Life Insurance convention in Chicago. 111. Hear Hitler May Succeed President Von Hindenbur:; BERLIN—In view of the fact that President von Hindenburg will shortly reach his 80th birthday, well-Informed circles here, cognizant of his impaired health, are seriously discussing the possibility that the venerable field marshal will find some way of resigning and turning over the presidency to Chancellor Adolf Hitler. Tampa, Fla. Notes Dr. Alfred Augustine who spent the past year specializing in Oral surgery and exodontia at the Metropolitan Hospital in New York returned to the city last week. Xow you can buy BILTMORE LAUNDRY SERVICE at a price that fits your pocket book! PHONE 3-3687 21 N. W. 9TII ST. Eor Fresh Sea Foods STOP AT CAPT. 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This policy can also be written with double indemnity, and with certain features which will give you ten dollars per month, per thousand in case of accident. The Maccabee's policies carry a safety clause which very few organizations or companies carry. This is a clause that prevents the company from going broke, and the state of Colorado has recently past a law that all companies with Home Offices in Colorado, must carry this clause in their policies. A. M. COFFIN, State Manager 226 Seybold Building MIAMI, FLORIDA



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fJemsti Illoiriidliiai in No. 40 FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1933~ vish News .round The World kiiiation of Prejudice Sugptcri as I'oint in Proposed Church (ode YORK.—The extermination Indice was one of the eight listed in a code for all proposed by the Rev. Dr. lay ties Holmes of the ComChurcb. Pointing out that lis B religious depression as an economic depression," lines urged a code providing pdom of religion from state race, the abolition of secmi. faithfulness to truth. | to democracy, opposition to position to poverty, and the Ing of men to life by teachbi to make truce with neceshiiin h Bans "Amen" and lallclujah" as Hebrew Expressions |IN.—Continuing it-s war on Testament, the Nazi EvanChurch has stricken from ^(iilum of religious instrucBiblical story of Abraeadiness to sacrifice his son I The reason given was that Inception of the Diety is nan." At the same time jah" and "Amen" have Immated from the services [ground that they arc Hekressions. Socialists Call for Boycott nt German Goods 5.—A manifesto calling on epublicans. Socialists and of France to boycott all goods" has been issued by taanent administrative comof the French Socialist Urges Three Powers to kw Germany Temporarily YORK.—Germany should borarilv outlawed by the |states. England and France, Stanley High, pastor of f' Congregational Church of !(i, Conn., declared at a lunhis honor by the departIf international justice and 111 of the Federal Council of ps of Christ in America. Id High, who has just reIfrom a visit to Germany. hi condemned the Nazi rehd its persecution of the |ut said that Germany was ge because "the world won't fliat the Jewish problem is le declared that the plight German Jews was "worse ly newspapers have described there is no let up in the lion." He predicted, howat the regime would last so Hitler lives and cares to |e government. Price Five Cents galtttH and Ufartfaa (Dedicated to "Succoth") Thy Praise, O Lord, will I proclaim In liyiniis unto Thy glorious name. o Thou Redeemer, Lord and King Redemption to Thy faithful bring! Before Thine altar lliey rejoice With branch of palm and myrtle stem: To Thee they raise the prayerful voice Have mercy, save and prosper them. They overflow with prayer and praise To Him who knows the future days. Have mercy Thou, and hear the prayer Of those who palms and myrtles hear. The day and night they sanctify And in perpetual song adore; Like to the heavenly host, they cry, 'Blessed art Thou for evermore.' —Bleazer Kalir, Stli Cent. Y. M. H. A. To Rabbi To Be Price Raising To Hold Gala Dance Reception Guest Be Investigated The board of directors of the Young Men's Hebrew association announces the following appointments of all committees for the second annual dance to be held Oct. 12 at the Miami Beach Golf and Country club, with Wally Vernon and his orchestra providing dance music and entertainment, In the reception line will be Marry Grossman, president of the association, assisted by Dr. and Mrs. Barney Weinkle, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Aronovilz. Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Liclitenstein. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rotfort and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Argintar. Program chairman. James Miller, will be assisted by Jack Apte. Sam Shindel. Adolf Haimes. Murray Kellman and Hyman Apte. At the refreshment table will be Herbert Snow, assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Milton R. Klein, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Rosenfeld, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Elkin. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Apte. Sol Levin and Philip Lemer. The ticket committee, headed by Ralph Grossman, will consist of Mr. and Mrs .Jules Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Goldman. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shindel. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hirsch, Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. M. Kupferstein. and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Cantor Boris Schlachman will be the club's official greeter. The evenl has been planned to accommodate a thousand members and countywide friends of the association, and will mark the advent of second annual celebration of the club's founding. Beth David congregation will give a homecoming reception for Rabbi Max Shapiro at 8 p. m. Tuesday, Oct. 10, in the Talmud Torah, 137 N. W. Third ave., the affair having been postponed from Sunday because of the death of Mr. Thomas Cohen. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chairman. will be assisted by Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, Mrs. Isidore Fine. Mrs. Harry Oliphant, Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz. Mrs. J. Engler, Mrs. M. Scheinberg, Mrs. B. Kandle, Mrs. Morris Dubler, Mrs. H. H. Farr and Mrs. S. J. Spector. A musical program will be given and refreshments will be served. Nominations For Officers are Made Nominations for officers for the coming year at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation were made last Tuesday night at meeting held in the Synagogue. Those nominated were: President. Milton Weiner; 1st vice president, H. M. Drevich; 2nd vice president. Max Rappaport; treasurer, Philip Berkowitz; secretary, Nathan Adelman. For the Board of Directors, Joseph Greenberg. Max Kupferstein, Wm. Mechlowitz. J. L. Shochet. L. Grossberg, Harry Seitlin. Sam Futterfass, Max Mintzer. and Nathan Wroobel. Election will be held the first Tuesday in November and officers will bi' installed at a formal banquet to be held several weeks later. Definite action is to be taken by the National Recovery Administration to curb profiteering by certain industries now operating under codes of fair competition, it was announced today by Recovery Administrator Hugh S. Johnson. As a rcsull of complaints by retailers thai manufacturers of specialized products in which competition is limited have boosted prices out of all proportion to increased costs under their codes, public hearing are to be ordered at once. The hearings are to be conducted by Deputy Administrator A. D. Whiteside who is now preparing notices requiring a number of manufacturers to publicly justify their price advances. Among the complaints by retailers, who are to be invited to testify J during the hearings, is the charge I that certain manufacturers, in anticipation of the approval of permanent codes, built up huge stocks of merchandise which they are now forcing on the retailers at exhorbitant prices with the explanation that increased costs under the codes are responsible. In a specific case it is asserted that one manufacturer increased the price of his product 175 per cent within a few hours after the code for his industry was approved. An Open Letter What Is Wrong? I am not a young man but not j old as age goes. And it has been my pleasure In the past years when I lived in Hie North to watch the growth and development ol American Judaism. Never, in my long and varied experience, have I, however, witnessed the lack of Jewish interthat I observed here in Miami during the past Rosh Hashono and Yom Kippur. I know that Miami and Miami Beach have a rather large Jewish population, and certainly on days like tlic.se I had expected to sec some of them, at least a great majority of them in the Temple or Synagogue. I attended all four of Miami's houses of worship at one time or another during these three days, and was astounded at the small attendance in all. Where. I ask. were the Jews, on these, the holiest days of the year in Jewish life? Were I to blame the Radio for the lack of attendance, the answer would come back rather quickly. "There was no Radio service those days." What then was it? Yom Kippur night ... I was surprised and shocked to find a number of our Jewish boys and girls attending the theatres, and some of them at diamond ball games. Why? At the services, large queues of boys and girls were on the outside rather than on the inside of the Synagogue. Why? Something Is lacking in the attitude of our Jewish men and women, boys and girls in Greater Miami. "Forget your sham." I say. "Do away witli all your never ending speeches, and get a little more results." With all the Sisterhoods existing in Miami and Miami Beach, what avails it if mere book reviews. card games. Halloween parties and such are the sum total of all accomplishments? What good all our Sunday Schools if the very foundation of Jewish life, the Home, is neglected, for dramatics, games, plays, and what not? Did you say we have Synagogues and Temple here? Empty, meaningless buildings, I grant you; but real effective meaningful and accomplishing sources of Jewish life, NO. You gentlemen who control and guide the destinies of Jewish life in Miami, WAKE UP! For soon, I fear, there will be none to even attend what poor excuses for Judaism there now exists here. A NORTHERN JEW. Editor's Note—We should appreciate the comment of our readers on this rather interesting communication. Make your comments brief and to the point. Weather Cause Of Postponement The conference of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and laymen! scheduled for Monday, October 9th, : and Tuesday. October 10th, at Orl lando. Fla., has been indefinitely | postponed because of the unsettled weather on the lower coast of Florida. Announcement will be made shortly of the exact time and place when the conference will be held. Rabbi Adolph Burger of Tampa is temporary chairman, and Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld of St. Petersburg, is temporary secretary


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