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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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(>HiDA'S UXLY JEWISH 'WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JIT.Y 13, llT;i 1
Jewish News
Around The
World
Scientific Basis of Dietary Laws
Indicated by Yeshiva Professor
Price Five Cents
At a recent annual meeting of
the American Physiological So-1
,i,ty Dr. David I. Macht, formerly
( the Depaitment "f Pharmacol-
ogy, Johns Hopkins University, and
.-,. profi.....rial lecturer in general
physiology at Yeshiva College,
New York, read a number of pa-
pers, most interesting of which is
],|y nf the effects of milk
an,l meal extract*.
This was 8 purely experimental
Investigation undertaken with re-
gard tn the problem of mixtures of
milk and meat foods, which play
an important role in the Hebrew
... Dr. Macht's approach
problem is a novel one. In
consideration of the great import-
ance in modern physiology and
pharmacology of the synergistic
mil antagonistic effects of com-
binations of two or more drugs,
experiments were made with foods
employed in exactly the same way
a pharmacological agents. The
if milk solutions alone ami
on different meat extracts and
broths alone was Krai determined
n various biological test objects.
Then combinations of mixtures of
tin' two were studied in the same
way. A series of the studies were
n growth of Lupinus albus
i method employed ex-
tensive!) by Dr. .Macht in other
plant-physiological work; on mice;
"ii whiti rats; oil the larvae of the
ddfish; on kidney and
liver fun mns of rabbits; and on
the blood chemistry of rabbits. In
his preliminary report, Dr. Macht
al all the experiments
th such mixtures exhibited
synergistii phenomena; that is.
combinations of milk and meat so-
lutions were more potent or more
toxic in their physiological effects
than double the quantity of either
milk or meat solution when given
singly. This investigation offers
the fir experimental scientific
basis fin the Jewish laws concern-
ing ta-aruboth, or mixtures of ani-
mal an dairy foods.
A Silver
Shirt Program
The Allowing article, which
appeared in a recent issue of
the Dayton (O.) Daily News
as a letter to the editor, was
written by Mrs. Charlotte
Reeve Conover, one of the out-
standing citizens of Dayton.
She is a writer and a lectur-
er and a historian of many
phases of Dayton's life. For
several years she conducted
tWO departments in the Ladies'
Home Journal, served on the
staff of Dayton newspapers,
and is the author of many pub-
lished volumes. She has trav-
eled widely through America
and Europe. It also appeared
in the July issue of the Bnai
Brith magazine:
lewish Poet
Laureate Dies
Jews thruout the world mourned
Heart-to-Heart
By Rev. Dr. Alexander Lyons
GENUINE CHRISTIANS. Here
are some delicious bits of infor-
mation for that vast number of
recently the death of Chaim Nach- real Christians who are so mag-
man Bialik, known as the Hebrew nanimously defending the Jewisn
poet laureate, who was stricken victims of Hitler's hellishness.
with a heart attack.
years old.
IIIIIIIIIIIIIMI Mill III llll iilllllllliui*
Announcements
niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiii
IIHIHIIIIHIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIHHIHII.-
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E. Nineteenth St.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
He was Cl
Counterfeit Christians will not care
to read them. They are from the
pen of Dr. Paul Hutchinson, pres-
< haim Naehman Bialik had been idenl f tht. Chicag0 Committee
accepted as the greatest Hebrew for the Defense of Human Rights
poet of modern times. He ceased Against Na/.iism:
to write during the World War and "The policy adopted by the
the promise of his talents, Jews present German government
Brief services will be held tonight
at 8 p. m. There will be no sermon.
This will be continued throughout
the summer during the absence of
Rabbi Kaplan with a Lay member
in charge. Services are held in the
main auditorium.
According to a writer in a re-
cent issue of Harper's Magazine,
llitli risni i- coming to America.
feel, may never have been fulfilled.
After the war he turned his po-
etic fervor to the struggle for the
political and social integrity of the
Jews. He stopped writing largely
because be felt the terrors of war
had made the world a place which
did not need poets.
Bialik sought the recrudescence
of the original Hebrew, a language
which in his hands regained some
We are going to get rid of tin- of the flow and flexibility of the
Jews. Also, we have a new kind Old Testament. In 1921 be escaped
of shirts in our national wardrobe from Russia to Berlin, and revived
Silver Shirt- the object of Publishing firm which has since
which is to exterminate the Jew been transferred to Tel Aviv, Pal-.
and all his worki from the body estine.
politic. An English edition of Bialik's
All right. Let us keep up with i""'"" waa Published in 1924.
mes. But let us do it scien- He was born in 1873 in the vil-
tifically. Let us make a thorough lage of Radow, South Russia. His
job of it. Let us out-Hitler Hitler, father, an Innkeeper, lost his bus-
Let u- not he satisfied with any iness through eagerness to become
half way measures. Let us not a learned man. Bialik finished his
only get rid "I the Jew, but wipe early Hebrew schooling at 13 and
Hum the pages of history all that went to the yeshiva at Volozhin.
he ha- dun,. If we don't do that. In 1926 he visited England and
he may continue to do some of the America in behalf of the rebuild-
pernicioUS things he has done in ing of Palestine, making many ad-
in dealing with issues of race
and religion presents an ines-
capable challenge to Christians
in all parts of the world. That
policy cannot be maintained
without jeopardizing a species
of human rights which consti-
tute one of the most precious
possessions of modern civiliza-
tion."
Dr. Hutchinson says further:
"The identification of "pos-
itive Christianity" with the-
ories of racial discrimination
which, should they be accept-
ed generally throughout Chris-
tendom, would entail tin spir-
itual destruction of Christian-
ity, with the repudiation of
the most vital and sacred
teachings of the Founder of
the Christian faith. The Chris-
tian membership in this com-
mittee, therefore, rests on rec-
ognition that the fate of Chris-
tianity itself is involved in the
promulgation of the 'Aryan
dogma' of Na/.iism."
Every genuine Christian will be
joined by every genuine Jew in
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
Service.- I.< gin tonight at C:30.
Saturday morning services begin at
9 o'clock, Mincha services at G:30
p. m. followed by the Maariv
sen ice.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
311 Washington Ave. Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi
Services begin tonight at 6:30.
Tomorrow morning services begin
at 8:30. Cantor Schlachman will
chant the services. Mincha services
begin at 6:80 p. m., with Maariv
following.
the past. Keeping always in mind j messes. ... grateful recognition of these fine
The funeral, winch was attended ^^^ Th im,k,atu
i i e !....-.- ai,l >*)_ *
Gentiles, Nordics and Protestants, by thousands of Jews and non-
and we alone, have no disagree- ,],.w>, and by officials of the Aus-
able characteristics; are always po- trian government, was held Mon-
lite. high-principled, generous, un- ,|ay. The body was placed aboard
selfish and .lean. We can afford vease] and shipped to Palestine,
to throw stones because we have wnere he will In' interred. A
no personal or racial faults. This Kuard f honor, Mendel Ussishkin,
being conceded, we must lay out i,r Moses Glickson and David and
that the idealism of Jesus and the
Prophets are beginning to be car-
ried from the realm of pretense
into the nobler sphere of practice.

CATHOLICS. Before an audi-
ence of thirty thousand Cardinal
O'Connell of Boston recently gave
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservtaive)
139 N. W. Third Ave.
.MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Services begin at 6:30 tonight.
Saturday morning services begin at
8:30. Mincha services begin at
6:30 p. m. followed by the Maariv
service.
our program and act with con- SuniUel Cohen, accompanied the uU(.rance to the foUowing mag.
sistency. body.
The next time we go to a con-
cert and the program includes
j get up and walk out. Mendel- x. n*. *- .
,n was a Jew. And if the Phil- Fqw||| Y. W. H. A.
jelphia Symphony comes to town,
Khaki Shirts itarred in
Pennsylvania
Karri mrg, Pa. -A petition for
charter to operate in the State
1 Pennsylvania has been denied to
the Khaki Shirts of America by
Richard .1. Beamish, secretary of
:'"' Commonwealth. Mr. Beamish
grounded his refusal on the fact
that the Khaki shirts is a move-
ment to "set up a national dicta-
torship in the United states."
Midsummer Night's Dream," let y If II 1 T us get up and walk out. Mendel- M.V
son
ade .
buy no tickets. Stokowski is a
lew and what do we want with At th,' meeting of the V M. a.
Jewish conductors? That gO8, A. Wednesday night thirteen new
too for the late David Belasco in members were admitted as a re-
the theatre- for Oscar Hammer- sult of the membership campaign
stein in opera, ami Jascha Heifetz, n0w in progress. Al. Pallott was
Mischa Elman, Efrem Zimbalist, chosen publicity chairman to Dll
Fritl Kreisler, violinists. Come ... vacancy. Resolutions to organ-
think 0f it, our crusade is likely ix.c a Y. W. .1. A. for the Jewish
to decimate the orchestras far and young women of this *"
wide, since the major par. of the adopted and a commit cc to effect
Person,,,.. IS Jewish. this work Was f^^**
No, only would music suffer, of Al. Rosenfeld, Sol. Rotfort, Al.
HAIMO SYNAGOti
S. M. Machtei, founder
t of the Radio Synagog,
* preach over station WloD at
clock on Sunday morning
; "Life's Battles; Four Family
This fourth sermon
series will deal with the
"band and wife, and chil-
r''"- l addition to the sermon
"ill be prayers, scripture
rta(|ing and a question box.
,,,;,. The Rockefeller In- Pallott, Murray Kellman and I hi
Advancement of Berkowitz. Plans for the annual
ed Dr. Sol- dame of the organization will be
but 111
-in utc for th,
Science would have misse
A
an,l
[ZZZ',d we must keep our in- lott, M. Lubel, Phil Beck,,-.
JtitUtions pure. Prof. Seligman Of boa, ride is being planned so,,,, S
,,i Harvard. Dr. Louis the committee In charge consists
ontinued on Page 6) of M. Shindel and Al. Grossman.
econoni
(Continu
nificent inspiration of brotherly
sympathy:
"The Saviour of mankind,
who himself was a Jew, was
born of a Jewish maiden.
"Let us cease dissension and
persecution, for there is no ha-
tred in the religion of Christ.
lit is men, vain, ambitious,
foolish men, who beget perse-
cution and cruelty.
"Let us remember that it
was the Jewish race who pre-
served the Ten Command-
ments. The entire civilized
world must honor the story of
the great race of Israel. When
everywhere the peoples of the
earth worshiped false gods,
worshiped heathen idols, wor-
shiped Jove and VenUS and
Apollo, the Jewish race kept
alive the truth that then' is
hut one (iod.
"Cod so honored that race
that lie gave Bis command-
ments .,, Moses, i.s great lead-
The commandments which
contain the whole law of God
are tlicse two: First, 'Thou
Shalt hive the Lord, thy God,
with thy whole heart.' and,
Proceeds to
Be Given Blind
A benefit luncheon is being
sponsored at the Southern Cafe-
teria, 826 E. Elagler St., on Tues-
day, July 17, between the hours of
11 a. m. and 2:30 p. m., under the
auspices of the Miami chapter of
the National Council of Jewish
Women for 'the 'benefit of the
Blind Association of Miami, to
whom the entire proceeds will be
donated. Patrons and patronesses
of the luncheon are: Judge and
Mrs. David J. Heffernan, president
of the association; Mr. and Mrs.
'Thomas E. Grady, Mr. and Mrs.
F. Norris, Miss Florence Connolly,
Mr. and -Mis. R. K. Adlcr. Mr-.
I'rank Myers, Mrs. Ida Optner,
Mrs. P. Scheinberg, Mrs. Charles
Greenfield, Mrs. Ida S. Levin and
Mrs. Rose Miles. The public i.- ur-
gently requested ... attend.
second, 'Thou shalt love thy
neighbor as thyself."
And ye. some people talk of the
narrowness of Catholics; No man
who is touched with the spirit of
Christ can be narrow. As rabbi
of a large, distinguished congre-
gation I say: God bless thee, Car-
dinal O'Connell. May many emu-
thy example.
I',, I l,i> prayer of mine I am cer-
tain that my people will respond
With a hearty Amen!
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laughter, Mrs. A.
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the Loyalty
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f Mrs, Pepper,
The public is
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unces the n
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ling, where
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Mr. Marks, who is a na-
Flor j ,,iu-
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Club, the
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for the Home
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M. A. Smith, general liquids
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Soilade, Inc.
Miami's Newest Industry
IN THE HEART OF THE CITY
Sol lade improve* and build- ud the soil, there!
inn crop yields each successive year that it is ued u: the
optimum production i- reached. Ii add- a larger percer
organic matter to the -oil than i- practical ith an) h
old type fertilizers. The lame percentage of organic natter in
Soilade i- of a character that -timulate- the growth ol the
beneficial soil organisms or bacteria. The growth ol ihe-e
microscopic plant- i- the mo-t important single factor in
maintaining high crop >ield- and increa-ine soil fei
The success of Soilade i- due to
the fact that it represents a new
discovery in the fertilization of the
soil. In its manufacture an entire!)
new principle i- involved. This in-
novation is the most out-landing
improvement which ha- taken place
in the fertilizer industr> in the la-t
-~i years.
Soilade. Inc.. lakes great plea--
ure in inviting the public at large
to visil this modern, new plant in
the heart of Miami and watch it-
manufacturing processes.
< Hl\< H- \-( IDE
another Soilade pro-
duct to be manufac-
tured in Miami, kill-
chinch bug- immrdi-
atel) upon applica-
tion and dampening.
It w ill also -timulate
the growth of in-
jured gras without
the aid of addition-
al fertilizer.
Soilade, Inc.
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THE LELANDE-DAVIS HOTEL
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DIETAR1 I \\vs EXCELLENT FOOD-MODERATE BATES
Cheerful Rooms and Maths Sun Heck
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priday, July 13, 1J34
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im .,.,..ml olau matter July I,
ut ill.- Poal Office m Miiuni. Florida,
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WEST PALM BEACH
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Representative
ST. PETERSBURG
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Vol 7No. 28
FRIDAY. .11 I.V 13, 1934
A Call for
Leadership
irth is had Boon, then will be no
need for money.
There is a need for real Jewish
.ea lerahip in this community of
ours. No! a leadership which will
havi for its objects the ruthless
destruction of nil win, may not
agree with its ideas; not a leader
ship thai can see success only
when it Is in the forefront of pub-
honors and perhaps the stim-
ulation of political prefi rment or
monetary tain; but that true lead-
ership in Jewry thai leader-
ship such as we have had in our
glorious past one that can
present its ideas and believi n
them, anil yet at the same time
realize that then- are others wh i
can think as clearly, believe as de-
voutly, and have the public g.....i
at heart as much as they, them-
selvi s. One who can. if the need
arise, forget his nun gelfish Ideas
because of the good of the com-
munity.
Then i- much to be clone, Much
can be accomplished towards the
establishment of a real B'nai
Brith; towards the fostering of
Zionist ideals and principles; the
fostering and promulgation of
child and adult Jewish education,
and the inculcation of the neces-
sitj foi synagogue as a vital force
in Jewish life, to truly be a "Gulf
stream in an ocean of races," ever
fast and ever of service t >
humanity.
I'ht and mucli more can be ac-
complished if the local "holi r
han thou" attitude of some of our
eaden is once and for all crushed
in I eradicated. A cohesive Jewish
citizenry, retaining for its indi-
vidual members freedom of
thought, speech and action, can yet
be established here. For this we
n.id HONEST, SINCERE AND
Tamuz." And so on during his
and subsequent year, of serv-
ice in the rabbinate, he found that
a great part of his duties lay in
the answering of questions, which
he could reply to only from the
calendar. He -con realized the
wisdom and the necessity of a thor-
ough study of the calendar.
In all fairness, and in a spirit
of constructive criticism only, may
wi too, suggest to our communal
leader.- the wistlom and the m e-e--
sity of the study of the Jewish
calendar. Thus may thoughtless
and unintended affronts and viola-
tions of good taste be avoided.
St. Petersburg
Notes
Mr. and Air.-. Jacob -Miller of
thi- city are the happy grandpar-
ents of a son horn to Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Miller of Bradcnton, Fla.,
manager of the Bradley store, on
Thursday. July 6. The Bris Milah
was held y, sterday with Rabbi A.
S. Kleinfeld of St. Petersburg of-
ficiating. Mrs. Miller is the for-
mer Miss Pauline Goldman of St.
Petersburg.
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A Belgian student was relating
his experiences in Studying th
English language. He said-
"When I discovered that when 1
was quick I was fast, if I spent too
freely I wai fast, and that not to
eat was fast, I was discouraged;
hut when I came across the sen-
tnece, 'The first one won one one-
lollar prize', and that a blackberry
is red when it is green. I gave up
trying to learn English."
CHASER
Fame may come to a man sud-
denly and go just as quickly.
"I'm a woman of few words," an-
nounced the haughty mistress to
the new maid. "If I beckon with
my finger, that means 'come'."
"Suits me mum," replied the girl,
cheerfully. "I'm a woman of few
word-, too. If I shake my head,
that means "I ain't comin'.'"
In the July issue of the B'nai
Brith Magazine there appears an
ting article-, "Call for Spir-
itual l.i adership." A very timely
urn-, we believe, and one well cal-
: to arouse within the read-
desire to help in his own
limit) way.
In the issue of duly '.' of the
Daily News in the series
compass" artid, by Ar- [jig Calendar
thur Dunn, a splendid exposition
The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid so-
ciety of Congregation Bnai Israel
entertained Mrs. Clara Kleinfeld,
wife of Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld, at
luncheon and bridge Tuesday aft-
ernoon at the Wagon Tongue,
Treasure Island. Mrs. Kleinfeld
was presented with a Uautiful
guest prize.
Pat (quite ill)Listen Mike, I
i.we Kelly a licking.
MikeI know you do.
Pat And you owe me a licking.
Mike That's true as wheat!
PatVery well, thin! If I die you
give Kelly th' licking that I owe
him and you owe me and that'll
square things all around!
A wise man is one who never
argues with a woman.
Get-rich-quick schemes enable a
lot of people to get poor quicker.
Cupid would have a snap if
things were so arranged that all
the moonlight came in summer.
It may be all well enough to
"know thyself," hut if you are wise
you will not boast of the acquaint-
ance.
Fighters are not permitted to go
out of their class, yet heavyweight
women seem to delight in making
matches with lightweight men.
INTELLIGENT LEADERSHIP.
Thai we may soon obtain (hem
is our sincere prayer.
The .Jewish community of this
city wishes lo extend its deep sym-
pathy to Mrs. Lilly Davis in her
recent bereavement of the loss of
her father, Mr. A. Ilecht of Tampa,
Fla.
Wheezer "What's the idea,
writing 'Dictated' on all your let-
ter- that you punch out on the
typewriter yourself'.' Want to all-
pear as the prosperous employer of
a stenographer?"
Geezer -"Not so much the pros-
perity bluff. 1 want my corres-
pondents to blame my misspelling
hi the stenog."
PesterMy wife spends all her
time shopping because she says
she has nothing fit to be seen in.
KnaggAnd mine spends all her
time shopping because she has a
whole lot of new things and wants
to show off.
"Is Mose Pod more a good shot?"
"Yes, we were out practicing
with our rifles the other day and
he hit the bullseye the first time."
"That sure was fine shooting."
"Yes, hut he had to pay a farm-
er $4(1 for killing the bull."
-tUelellt
The- storj i- told of tin
I
study of the Talmud and its com-
mentaries, of -le wish history, tra-
dition and lore, applying to the
head of the St minary where he
hail completed iii> course of train-
ing ii r "Smicha" (Rabbinic de-
i ["hi lean, iith cither mem-
bers "I the faculty assisting,
trry and Hitleri-ni. or Jewry ,, hu(] .,., ,U,.|V(. V(.a,,. in ,h,.
and ii relationship to the Gentile
presented in a very able
What struck us as most
:iate. and one rather ex-
definition of the Jewish
i- the phrase, "The Jews
Gulf Stream in an ocean
,"
A Atlantic City last week the grilled the student unmercifully.
well nigh unanimous adoption of At last they were convinced that
Hition for a general cui- lie was fully qualified to he a
rogram in the United state.- "Rabbi in Israel." The student
l to acquaint the Jews with hazing been told that he had sue-
their iwn lore, tradition and his- cessfullj passed the exams, asked
ind the appropriation of ten the dean when he could call for
I dollars to be used for his certificate, or "Smicha." To
irpose is a further milestone his amazement, he was advised
"' what we believe a spiritual that he was to he- asked yet one
*'a .cning of the Jewish people. more question. "Have you studied
1 -ew York, following the grad- the- 'Luach,' (calendar)," was the
remonies of the VTeshiva unusual and astounding question
comes the further an- propounded. Of course, having de-
1 m of a series of exten- voted his time to the study of the
"Ion courses at the college- With weighty tome-- of the- Talmud, the
the main subjects being Jewish his- student had to truthfully reply
literature and tradition, all "No." And he was then told that
the direction of that recog- he would not receive his degree un-
wholar, Dr. Bernard Revel, til he had thoroughlj learned the
lent of the college. calendar. After a week's time,
"'" that throughout the United "hen he had completely memor-
- amongst Jew and Gentile, ized the calendar, he again applied
'here has come to be recognized and this time was granted his cle-
t that Jewry, at last, ha- RTee He asked the dean what the
to awaken to the necessity reason for this remarkable request
renaissance, a spiritual re- and insistence of a knowledge of
building. the calendar meant, and the dean
U-'- too, believe that even Miam replied: "Time alone will tell you
ra" he made to recognize the ne- the answer, and you will then be
of taking advantage of thankful to me." He was recom-
going on all about it mended and received a position in
throughout the country, and for it a -mall town as rabbi of their COn-
' become imbued with a new gregation. Several weeks after he
1||V- Not merely the awakening to assumed his duties th.- president
the sense of needing more money "f 'lie Shul arrived and propound-
f'"' its varied activities, hut the c-d the no! unu-tial c|Uestion of
B"ini necessity and the clear real- "Rabbi, when will I have- Vahrzeit,
""Mil that unless u spiritual re '>' father died the tenth day of
Air. Many Mogil just returned
to the city after spending a couple
of weeks with his relatives in New
York.
Tampa Notes
Cantor Boris Schlachman of
Miami Beach conducted services at
Rodoph Sholom Temple last Fri-
day night in the absence of Rabbi
Adolph Burger, who is on hi.- va-
cation. Hi- many friends here in
Tampa were happy to have the
opportunity of hearing him again.
"Hey, mister, do you know
nough about football to act as ref-
eree '.'"
"Man. I know enough about foot-
ball not to."
Max Baer has 85 suits and ar-
rangements are under way with a
tailor for 86 more. This is apart
! from any pending litigation.
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Segall an-
nounce the birth of a son, Jerry
ller.-hel. at the Tampa Municpial
hospital two weeks ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Morrice I'nian left
for Redding, Pa. Mr. L'lman will
return to Tampa Hie latter part
of the month, but Mrs. I'man will
continue her visit there for awhile.
Mr, and Mrs. Max Argintar an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Raye Argintar. to
Mi. Sidnej W. Jacobs, Bon of Mr.
and Mrs. M. B. Jacobs of Atlanta,
Ga., the marriage to take place at
the' bride's home Tut -day evening,
July 24.
M SS Argintar was horn in Tam-
pa and is a graduate of Hillshor-
ough High school, completing her
education at the Tampa Business
university.
Her fiance is a native of Atlanta
and attended local schools there
befort going to Georgia School of
Technology, where In- became a
member of the Alpha Bpsilon Pi
fraternity. He is in the mercan-
tile business with his father in
Atlanta.
Mr. Jacobs was a guest at the
Argintar residence over the week-
end.
Mrs. Joseph Wohl left for New
Yc rk City, and will return to Tam-
pa iii September.
Funeral service's for Alexander
Ilecht, 66, pioneer Tampa mer-
chant, who died Friday morning,
wire held Monday morning, July
D, at II o'clock at the residence.
Rabbi S. Kleinfeld of St. Peters-
lung officiated, antl the burial was
in Rodoph Sholom cemetery.
Mr. Ilecht is survived by his
wife, Mrs. Tilly Ilecht. two daugh-
ters, Miss Sarah Ilecht and Mrs.
Max Davis of St. Petersburg, Fla.
The M. .1. M. club entertained at
a dance recently at the home of
Miss Marian Weber. Miss Weber
was assisted in the hospitalities
liv her mot her.
Miss Hilda Coplon left here last
week to spentl some time in Chi-
cago at the world's fair.
Mr and Mrs. A. I'rinsky enter-
tained recently honoring Miss
Ethel Pats, the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. L. Baer. Guests enjoyed
bridge- and dancing during the eve-
Ynu'd probably keep under cover
like Dillinger, too, if there was
any probability of being necked by
x prosecutor.
ning, following which delicious re-
freshments were served.
Mrs. H. Both is visiting at Day-
tona Beach and will remain there
for a little time.
Mrs. N. Safer and son, Edwin,
spent some time at Daytona Beach
recently.
Miss Hindalyn Kottelman left
Orlando to spentl a month at camp
in Greencove Springs.
Mrs. M. Blattner, her daughter,
Ethel, and son are at Daytona
Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Halpern and
son left here last Sunday for a
vacation at Chicago.
Mrs. 11. Lieberman and son, Or-
win, are spending some time in
New York.
Miss Ruth Wolly and Ethel Si-
gal spent several days last week
in Jacksonville.
A meeting of the local B'nai
Brith lodge was held recently in
the vestry rooms of the Cong.
Ohev Shalom. Mr. B. J. Cohen,
the president, led the business dis-
cussion. Following the business
session a social hour was spent
antl refreshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Katz, Dolly
Safer, Frank Sigal and Pearl Sa-
' fer spent the Fourth at Daytona
Beach.
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THK JEWISH FLORIDIAN
ftai-io d'tmaiuui HUtllctin
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Kuunili-r iitnl Dlrwtor, Radio Synagoa of America ____
SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD. MIAMI. FLORIDA
Vol. IV.
SUNDAY, JULY 8, 1SWI
No. 30


Life's Battles; Three-Fear"
Scripture Reading, l'salm XXVII, Verses I. 2, -i. and Psalm XXIII.
Having discussed "The Battlefield" and "Armament" in thi
previous sermons in this series on "Life's Battles." we now come to
the greatest factor within the individual, the decisive quality, that upon
which hinges victory or defeat. In the conflicts which life presents. I
speak of Fear.
Before one can engage in any battle, on land, sea. or in the air;
before the enemy is even encountered fact to face; while only the rumor
of the adversary's approach has reache i you. you may already have
been vanquished in the forthcoming encounter. How is that possible'.'
Simply. If you know fear, if sou are in dread of tlH isl who is
heading towards you, if, to no one but yourself alone, you hav ad
mitted your weakness, your lack of confidence in yourself, and your
paucity of faith in whatever Guiding Force you credit with direct, n ol
Life and its coursethen you not only have I >sl a battle, but j u are
lost.
I shall not disc.;--, today, thi legrees I feai idinj up from
simple caution to abject fear and cowardice. It will suffice, I us, as
needs we must for scarcit)...... merely g i egarding
fear.
Last week we established the premise that "It i i I at h ippens
to you that make.- you happy oi wretched it to
affect you." The same rule appli taliZUlg
forcesfearthe vampire among e emotions, you
of your life's current. Whether it be in the field f final -. :ial
problems, domestic you are do imed
to fail in your encounter with some lifficu
possessed of fear. You must shut all thought ut of you:
consciousm ss.
You may have the idea 1
that you have no control of it. But it is not bo. You are sole
even of fear. The child who has nevi
does not fear the darkness. Onl ... nati n
conjures up, seems to exist for you. Memories f st
recollect ions of misl rtui thers, eporta fa
which befell strangersthese make a nightl t your lifi
plant unfounded [ears in your mind.
As B very -mall child I lived wit! .-
population did not exceed 2,000 souls, Street lamps were unknown
there. The only light to guide one who went wa ng ht had
to come from either the moon, rays 1
shutters, or from a lanti Until 1 wai six
or seven years old I would go or to n< ighbors
who lived several streets rem
I knew no fear, and I
to do so by daylight.
At al'out six Or seven. I OVe!"h> ..
murders, lurking drunkards, and i -. I hi I I
refuse to go out al ne at night I i I G
came to know fear, and I, to eased making th< jhtlj trips without
an escort. I had been ens!;.
Be honest with yourself. How
doing that you would ordinarily ...- iblic opinion?
How many thing.- do you do that you would rather ha | art in,
for the same reason? What porti I ill in that
of your husband or wife? 1! ved with a mate whom
you would hav( divorced, wen I I for that feai ai lal"? How
often do you hold your tongue when n defensi
yourselfonly because you fear the i
darts may be directed at you? H epless nights have you
spent on a bed of pair., pain aggravate that you would
not recover, that the doctor was withholding
that, during you.' sickness, your business wa
How many fear to grow older? Why do we strive I
youthful when that glory ha- fled Child nnocenci
its ambitions, and maturity its wisdom. Those who fear the changing
stages, display, in their attempt- to pi riod at the (
of another, a twofold ignorance- firstly, a failure to I
the fundamental principle of existence is a progressive forward
ment, and a lack of realization that the power of nature i~ mightier
than the will of man.
Your logical question, now, is, "How may I
Please bear in mind that I have not even attempted to list all the
phobias, or any portion of them: however-, the general remedial course
which I shall, please God, outline, i- applicable to the problems an I
fears of the average person. A wise man once remarked, "I am
man and have had many troubles, but most of them never hap;
In the light of retrospection you must admit that m ist of the things
you feared never materialized. The hobgoblins that disturbed your
peaceful rest were intangible "dream-stuff." but not real and factual.
So, most of your fears never happen, and are figments of your im-
agination.
But occasions do arise wherein a cautious attitude on your
will help avert some disaster. Those are cases when fears have actual
grounds. In such cases you must analyze your problem, study you:
adversary, and you must decide on a course of action for defer.
offense. Then, act! The treacherous thing about fear is that it par-
alyzes you, you do not think, you do not study your adversary, you
make no preparations for battleyou are as one hypnotized. While
you stand in awe and fear, for your enemy advances and attack-.
Fear is the ally of each and all of your enemies. It render- you
hors de combat. You would not, knowingly, admit an enemy-spy into
your ranks to put your gunsout of con.....-n- yet, you .dm it fear
into you, .you harbor it in your mind and you p<
it to hinder- you in your defense.
ble pleasures, and with '' 'T ,, f n
Unger- -but. above all else, man must be taught how to refrain rom
bating an inferno out of the mat, which is furnished ^Jor the
construction of a paradise. Man know 1 I read the plan
'" 'Because fear takes its inception from the fac( that man feels him-
-elf to be alone in tins world; and, when confronted with danger, he
believes that the task of extricating himself from the imminent per,
He, upon himself: and. because he regards himself all too feeble and
insignificant to avert the impending calamity: I want to impress you
the thought that man i- not alone, and r- not helpless. lhere IS
a power which watch.- over our destinies. But, even with that, to
upon God does not preclude one from making a valiant effort to
succeed alone. With courage and self confidence, reliant upon tin In
visible Forces tin God within us. But, since these forces are Invis-
. me must lean: to "go it alone."
u: battle or business, whatever the game:
In law or in love, it is ever the same;
In the struggle for power, or the scramble for pelf,
Let this be your motto. "Rely on yourself,"
For whether the prize- be a ribbon or throne,
The victor is he who can "go it alone."
RASTUS: "Pahson, Ah don't know wh> you keeps
asking for monej In church. Ah ihouclrt
'ligion was free Ink the water."
PARSON: "Right you are. Rastua. Religion am
free like water, bill you must pay for the
bucket you totes il in."
Religion Should Be and Is Free
But, to Make It Available for You. to Itrinj* It to
You, Involves Certain Expenses
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________Friday, July 13, i934
Palestinian Girl Receives Highest
Dental Rating Here
New YorkMiss Ziona t'armi, of
Jerusalem, Palestine, has received
the highest rating in her .lass |n
oral hygiene at the Murry Guggen.
heim Dental Clinic here, it was an-
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Women's Zionist Organi; 'ion of
America, which granted Miss Car-
mi a year's leave of absence from
its dental cliinc in Jerusalem to
study here.
Miss Carmi's average in thirteen
subject Was "over '.III" I'm :
si mester, it was said at the dental
clinic. Among the eleven studenti
in her group she is the only for-
eigner; the others are fr..... New
York or nearby cities.
lief ore coming to New York Mill
Car mi was dental hygienisl at the
Clara Wachtel Dental Clinic in the
Iladassah Straus Health Center in
Jerusalem. She is here to study
advanci d methods in dental hygiene
in order to introduce them into Pal-
estine when she return- to her na-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN

At the
MOVIES
: :
Marion Daviea plays one of the
,c running roles of her film
in the novel musical pro-
"Going Hollywood," her
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer star-
i,nila, which is to be seen
Monday and Tuesday at
oil Theatre.
I picture, an original story
witty pen of Ronald Ok-
irt, actor, humorist and
playwright, is a keyhole view of
regions, but also is the first photo-
play to treat of the Eskimo's
strange code of moral.- which per-
mits the loaning of one's wife to
one's Mend and the exchanging
of wives freely.
It i- tin- extraordinary "matri-
monial code" which provide's the
story's powerful theme. Mala, the
principal character of "Eskimo,"
I" two wive and while he does
not mind lending his wife to his
brother Eskimos, he deeply r.
the lecherous de in A a white
n cl a whaling ship, an an-
tagonism which ultimately culmi-
nate- in a murder.
Page Five
eral Council. The council cannot
legislate for the constituent de-
nomination- nor exercise any au-
thority over them. The council is
composed, however, as is its ex-
ecutive- committee, which meets
every month, of representatives of-
ficially elected by the denomina-
tions, and it is likely, therefore'.
thai in its pronouncements ami
activities it adequately reflects the
mind of the Christian bodies asso-
ciated with it.
QUESTIONS
ant
MARION' DA VIES
Hollywood, yet one spiced
with catchy Bong hits and bizarre
i hi nibles which make it
.hi* of the most entertaining films
of the year.
Bin) Crosby, noted crooner of
radio and motion pictures, plays
the radio crooner role opposite
Miss Davies,
ingly melodies have been
created for the film by the noted
composing team of Nacio Ilerli
Brown and Arthur Freed, co-au-
thor- of the national song hits,
"Wedding of tin- Painted Doll"
ami "Tlie Old Woman In the
Shoe."
* *
The most adventurous of all
peditions to the Arctic was
undertaken by a company from the
Goldwyn Mayer studios,
headed by Col. W. S. Van Dyke,
ord in photography and
sound that great epic of the North,
no."
1 tur,. will be shown at the
Avenue Theatre Sunday
anil Monday, and presents a stirring
"'-sine: panorama of the
^- dangers and hardships
natives living in the icy
ANSWERS
y. In what sense do -lews re-
gard themselves as the Chosen
People?
A. The- phrase "chosen people,"
is used to describe the relationship
which the Jewish people has tra-
ditionally believed obtains between
God ami Israel. It is a choice not
for preference, but rather for ob-
ligation, for the historic experi-
ence of Israel would hardly jus-
tify one in saying that Israel was
God's "favorite child"; too much
of sorrow and misery has been the
portion of the .lew-. Someone has
said that the phrase should not
be Israel is God's chosen people,
but Israel is "a God choosing
people." The phrase describes
that consciousness of intimate re-
lationship, that sense of purpose,
that conviction of a mission which
has charactt rized the history of
tlie Jew. The Jew is to bear wit-
to God's reality, to His hu-
manity, and throutrh his life to
promot.' the reign of justice and
brotherhood on earth which Jews
and Christians together describe
a- the Kingdom.
Q. Does the Catholic expect the
Pope to pronounce new revelations
to guide us in meeting the new sit-
uations of the twentieth century?
\ According to Catholic belief,
revelation ceased with the death
of the last Apostle. Infallibility
safeguards that revelation, so that
in teaching that revelation the
church cannot err. Definitions
made, by the church are not new
revelations; they are simply clar-
ifications of what has already been
revealed, Many non-Catholics
have the idea that the Pope issues
definitions with great freedom,
and on any and every occasion,
which i- not the case at all. Since
the Council of Trent, the Pope has
made only one definition of the
Immaculate Conception in 1864,
and there has been only one euce-
menical council since Trent, the
Vatican Council in 1809-1870.
y. Who compose the Federal
Council of the' Churches of Christ
in America and in what sense does
it represent American Protestant-
ism'.'
A. Twenty-five Protestant de-
nominations in the United States,
with a total adult membership of
over twenty-two millions, are work-
ing clo.-ely together in the Fed-
An Open Letter
At this time the Young Men's
Hebrew Association, more famil-
iarly known to all as the "Y," is
engaged in a membership drive.
We have- been asked, "Why join
the '?"
Why join the "Y'".' Because
For the preservation of the integ-
rity of the Jewish boys of Greater
Miami, there MUST be a gather-
ing place free from denomination- |
al and factional strife. Because
. without a place that the Jew-
ish boys may call their own, the
natural tendency has been and IN-
IHSPlTAHI.Y is, to drift to the
poolroom, the gambling house, the
public dance hall and cither un-
wholesome and demoralizing sur-
roundings.
Because ... in a "Y" Jewish
boys begin to realize their duty
towards their people, and necessai -
iily their duty as citizens of this
great country of ours. Through-
out the world, the "Y," whether
it be the Jewish or the Christian,
has been recognized as one of the
greatest factors in the upbuilding
and upbringing of the youth.
Here in Miami though yet
young in years, the "Y" has in its
brief period of existence estab-
lished a splendid reputation for its
sportsmanship in the field of ath-
letes. It has provided a place
where the young and old may gath-
er and under wholesome influences
engage in and enjoy games and
pastimes of all kinds. It has pro-
vided a spot Where Jews may con-
gregate, write a letter, e-n
book or simply chat. It has even
provided a spot for the younger
girls to get together once a week.
Its facilities are' open every eve-
ning excepting Fridays and holi-
days.
Financially it is in splendid
shape. It has the nucleus of a
building fund and its receipts are
always ahead of the expenditures.
True, it has much to accomplish.
A splendid cultural program can
be carried out. Other activities
can and will be engaged in. To
accomplish this it must have more
members.
It is your duty to join this or-
ganization, not simply because of
what you can get out of it. but
for what you can help others to
get out of it. Send your applica-
tion to the "Y" at its clubhouse,
S. W. 5th st. and 16th ave. The
dues are only S6.00 per year.
AL. ROSENFELD,
President.
AL. BERKOWITZ,
Membership Chairman.
Mrs. Harry Oliphant and son,
Elmer, returned to the city after
an absence of several months visit-
ing friends anel relatives in Nor-
folk, Va.
* *
Abraham J. Davis, realtor, for-
merly of Salem, Mass., and for the
past nine years a resident of
Miami died last Saturday after a
long illness. Funeral services were
conducted Monday afternoon with
Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating.
He lease, surviving him llis wife,
Rose, a son, George, his daughters,
Ruth, Charlotte and Dorothy, all
of Miami; a daughter, Mrs. Ber-
nard Schik of Detroit; a brother,
Ben Davis of Miami; his mother
and four .sisters. Interment was
in the Jewish section Of the Wood-
lawn cemetery.
* *
To raise funds for the painting
of the Talmud Torah building of
Beth David congregation, the or-
ganization will sponsor a dance and
entertainment at one of the local
night dubs, the latter part of July.
In charge of arrangements is ;i
committee consisting of Harry
Gordon, chairman; Abe Kurman,
Jack August, Charles Abbott, Mur-
ray Kellman, Morris Pepper, Man-
uel Rippa. Nat Zalpa and Samuel
Small.
TIVOLI
Shown 6:4)5 and 9:00 P.M.
20c till 6:80Evening 26c
Matinees Saturday and Sunday-
Continuous 2 to 11
Sunday-.Monday-Tuesday-
July 15-16-17
BING CROSBY
MARION DAVIES
Going Hollywood
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„i(iooi r V 9 # Jem/s/i Floridiiai m VXT^N"28. ( > HiDA'S UXLY JEWISH 'WEE KLY MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JIT.Y 13, llT;i 1 Jewish News Around The World Scientific Basis of Dietary Laws Indicated by Yeshiva Professor Price Five Cents At a recent annual meeting of the American Physiological So-1 ,i,ty Dr. David I. Macht, formerly „( the Depaitment "f Pharmacology, Johns Hopkins University, and .-,.• profi rial lecturer in general physiology at Yeshiva College, New York, read a number of papers, most interesting of which is ],|y nf the effects of milk an ,l meal extract*. This was 8 purely experimental Investigation undertaken with regard tn the problem of mixtures of milk and meat foods, which play an important role in the Hebrew ... Dr. Macht's approach problem is a novel one. In consideration of the great importance in modern physiology and pharmacology of the synergistic mil antagonistic effects of combinations of two or more drugs, experiments were made with foods employed in exactly the same way a pharmacological agents. The if milk solutions alone ami on different meat extracts and broths alone was Krai determined n various biological test objects. Then combinations of mixtures of tin' two were studied in the same way. A series of the studies were n growth of Lupinus albus i method employed extensive!) by Dr. .Macht in other plant-physiological work; on mice; "ii whiti rats; oil the larvae of the ddfish; on kidney and liver fun mns of rabbits; and on the blood chemistry of rabbits. In his preliminary report, Dr. Macht al all the experiments th such mixtures exhibited synergistii phenomena; that is. combinations of milk and meat solutions were more potent or more toxic in their physiological effects than double the quantity of either milk or meat solution when given singly. This investigation offers the fir experimental scientific basis fin the Jewish laws concerning ta-aruboth, or mixtures of animal an dairy foods. A Silver Shirt Program The Allowing article, which appeared in a recent issue of the Dayton (O.) Daily News as a letter to the editor, was written by Mrs. Charlotte Reeve Conover, one of the outstanding citizens of Dayton. She is a writer and a lecturer and a historian of many phases of Dayton's life. For several years she conducted tWO departments in the Ladies' Home Journal, served on the staff of Dayton newspapers, and is the author of many published volumes. She has traveled widely through America and Europe. It also appeared in the July issue of the Bnai Brith magazine: lewish Poet Laureate Dies Jews thruout the world mourned Heart-to-Heart By Rev. Dr. Alexander Lyons GENUINE CHRISTIANS. Here are some delicious bits of information for that vast number of recently the death of Chaim Nachreal Christians who are so magman Bialik, known as the Hebrew nanimously defending the Jewisn poet laureate, who was stricken victims of Hitler's hellishness. with a heart attack. years old. IIIIIIIIIIIIIMI Mill III llll iilllllllliui* Announcements niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiii IIHIHIIIIHIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIHHIHII.TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. E. Nineteenth St. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi He was Cl Counterfeit Christians will not care to read them. They are from the pen of Dr. Paul Hutchinson, pres< haim Naehman Bialik had been idenl „ f tht Chicag0 Committee accepted as the greatest Hebrew f or the Defense of Human Rights poet of modern times. He ceased Against Na/.iism: to write during the World War and "The policy adopted by the the promise of his talents, Jews present German government Brief services will be held tonight at 8 p. m. There will be no sermon. This will be continued throughout the summer during the absence of Rabbi Kaplan with a Lay member in charge. Services are held in the main auditorium. According to a writer in a recent issue of Harper's Magazine, llitli risni icoming to America. feel, may never have been fulfilled. After the war he turned his poetic fervor to the struggle for the political and social integrity of the Jews. He stopped writing largely because be felt the terrors of war had made the world a place which did not need poets. Bialik sought the recrudescence of the original Hebrew, a language which in his hands regained some We are going to get rid of tinof the flow and flexibility of the Jews. Also, we have a new kind Old Testament. In 1921 be escaped of shirts in our national wardrobe from Russia to Berlin, and revived Silver Shirtthe object of •' Publishing firm which has since which is to exterminate the Jew been transferred to Tel Aviv, Pal-. and all his worki from the body estine. politic. An English edition of Bialik's All right. Let us keep up with i""'"" waa Published in 1924. mes. But let us do it scienHe was born in 1873 in the viltifically. Let us make a thorough lage of Radow, South Russia. His job of it. Let us out-Hitler Hitler, father, an Innkeeper, lost his busLet unot he satisfied with any iness through eagerness to become half way measures. Let us not a learned man. Bialik finished his only get rid "I the Jew, but wipe early Hebrew schooling at 13 and Hum the pages of history all that went to the yeshiva at Volozhin. he hadun,. If we don't do that. In 1926 he visited England and he may continue to do some of the America in behalf of the rebuildpernicioUS things he has done in ing of Palestine, making many adin dealing with issues of race and religion presents an inescapable challenge to Christians in all parts of the world. That policy cannot be maintained without jeopardizing a species of human rights which constitute one of the most precious possessions of modern civilization." Dr. Hutchinson says further: "The identification of "positive Christianity" with theories of racial discrimination which, should they be accepted generally throughout Christendom, would entail tin spiritual destruction of Christianity, with the repudiation of the most vital and sacred teachings of the Founder of the Christian faith. The Christian membership in this committee, therefore, rests on recognition that the fate of Christianity itself is involved in the promulgation of the 'Aryan dogma' of Na/.iism." Every genuine Christian will be joined by every genuine Jew in MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1545 S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi Service.I.< gin tonight at C:30. Saturday morning services begin at 9 o'clock, Mincha services at G:30 p. m. followed by the Maariv sen ice. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 311 Washington Ave. Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi Services begin tonight at 6:30. Tomorrow morning services begin at 8:30. Cantor Schlachman will chant the services. Mincha services begin at 6:80 p. m., with Maariv following. the past. Keeping always in mind j messes. ... grateful recognition of these fine The funeral, winch was attended ^^^ Th im k atu i i e !....-.a i,l •>• %  *)_ Gentiles, Nordics and Protestants, by thousands of Jews and nonand we alone, have no disagree,],. w> and by officials of the Ausable characteristics; are always potrian government, was held Monlite. high-principled, generous, un,| ay The body was placed aboard selfish and .lean. We can afford „ vease ] and shipped to Palestine, to throw stones because we have wnere he will In' interred. A no personal or racial faults. This Kuar d „f honor, Mendel Ussishkin, being conceded, we must lay out i, r Moses Glickson and David and that the idealism of Jesus and the Prophets are beginning to be carried from the realm of pretense into the nobler sphere of practice. • • CATHOLICS. Before an audience of thirty thousand Cardinal O'Connell of Boston recently gave BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservtaive) 139 N. W. Third Ave. .MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Services begin at 6:30 tonight. Saturday morning services begin at 8:30. Mincha services begin at 6:30 p. m. followed by the Maariv service. our program and act with conSuniU el Cohen, accompanied the uU( rance to the foUowing mag sistency. body. The next time we go to a concert and the program includes j get up and walk out. Mendelx. n*. "• *-• „ ,n was a Jew. And if the PhilFQW||| Y. W. H. A. jelphia Symphony comes to town, Khaki Shirts itarred in Pennsylvania Karri mrg, Pa. -A petition for charter to operate in the State 1 Pennsylvania has been denied to the Khaki Shirts of America by Richard .1. Beamish, secretary of : '"' Commonwealth. Mr. Beamish grounded his refusal on the fact that the Khaki shirts is a movement to "set up a national dictatorship in the United states." Midsummer Night's Dream," let y If II 1 T< ft us get up and walk out. Mendel• !" M.V son ade buy no tickets. Stokowski is a lew and what do we want with At th,' meeting of the V M. a. Jewish conductors? That gO8, A. Wednesday night thirteen new too for the late David Belasco in members were admitted as a rethe theatrefor Oscar Hammersu lt of the membership campaign stein in opera, ami Jascha Heifetz, n0 w in progress. Al. Pallott was Mischa Elman, Efrem Zimbalist, chosen publicity chairman to Dll Fritl Kreisler, violinists. Come ... „ vacancy. Resolutions to organthink 0 f it, our crusade is likely ix.c a Y. W. .1. A. for the Jewish to decimate the orchestras far and young women of this •*" wide, since the major par. of the adopted and a commit cc to effect Person,,,.. IS Jewish. this work Was f^^** No only would music suffer, of Al. Rosenfeld, Sol. Rotfort, Al. HAIMO SYNAGOti S. M. Machtei, founder t of the Radio Synagog, *• preach over station WloD at clock on Sunday morning ; %  "Life's Battles; Four Family This fourth sermon series will deal with the "band and wife, and chilr ''"l„ addition to the sermon "ill be prayers, scripture rta(| ing and a question box. ,,,;,„„. The Rockefeller InPallott, Murray Kellman and I hi Advancement of Berkowitz. Plans for the annual ed Dr. Soldame of the organization will be but 111 -in utc for th, Science would have misse A an,l [ZZZ' ,„d we must keep our inlott, M. Lubel, Phil Beck,,-. JtitUtions pure. Prof. Seligman Of boa, ride is being planned so,,,, S ,,i„ Harvard. Dr. Louis the committee In charge consists •ontinued on Page 6) of M. Shindel and Al. Grossman. econoni (Continu nificent inspiration of brotherly sympathy: "The Saviour of mankind, who himself was a Jew, was born of a Jewish maiden. "Let us cease dissension and persecution, for there is no hatred in the religion of Christ. lit is men, vain, ambitious, foolish men, who beget persecution and cruelty. "Let us remember that it was the Jewish race who preserved the Ten Commandments. The entire civilized world must honor the story of the great race of Israel. When everywhere the peoples of the earth worshiped false gods, worshiped heathen idols, worshiped Jove and VenUS and Apollo, the Jewish race kept alive the truth that then' is hut one (iod. "Cod so honored that race that lie gave Bis commandments .,, Moses, i.s great leadThe commandments which contain the whole law of God are tlicse two: First, 'Thou Shalt hive the Lord, thy God, with thy whole heart.' and, Proceeds to Be Given Blind A benefit luncheon is being sponsored at the Southern Cafeteria, 826 E. Elagler St., on Tuesday, July 17, between the hours of 11 a. m. and 2:30 p. m., under the auspices of the Miami chapter of the National Council of Jewish Women for 'the 'benefit of the Blind Association of Miami, to whom the entire proceeds will be donated. Patrons and patronesses of the luncheon are: Judge and Mrs. David J. Heffernan, president of the association; Mr. and Mrs. 'Thomas E. Grady, Mr. and Mrs. F. Norris, Miss Florence Connolly, Mr. and -Mis. R. K. Adlcr. Mr-. I'rank Myers, Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. P. Scheinberg, Mrs. Charles Greenfield, Mrs. Ida S. Levin and Mrs. Rose Miles. The public i.urgently requested ... attend. second, 'Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself." And ye. some people talk of the narrowness of Catholics; No man who is touched with the spirit of Christ can be narrow. As rabbi of a large, distinguished congregation I say: God bless thee, Cardinal O'Connell. May many emuthy example. 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p r iday, July 13, 1J34 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN i THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN Page Three M BUSHED KVKRY FRIDAY by the .11 FI.OKIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. o. n* nn Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183 JEW .•> KDITOKIAI. OFFICES! \S |.'>th Avenue I'hunr 2-IIH3 .1 LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor (HIM K. BHOCHBT, ('irrulation Manager CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative im .,.,•..ml olau matter July I, ut ill.Poal Office m Miiuni. Florida, the Act of March S, 1878 %  illnl'' WEST PALM BEACH SAMUEL SCHUTZER Representative ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN Representative ORLANDO [RENE BRAVERMAN Representative TAMPA, FLA. MRS. M. 11. KISLEB Representative SI'HSf 'KII'TION Six Month* $1.01 One 1 ear $2.00 Vol 7—No. 28 FRIDAY. .11 I.V 13, 1934 A Call for Leadership irth is had Boon, then will be no need for money. There is a need for real Jewish .ea lerahip in this community of ours. No! a leadership which will havi for its objects the ruthless destruction of nil win, may not agree with its ideas; not a leader ship thai can see success only when it Is in the forefront of pubhonors and perhaps the stimulation of political prefi rment or monetary tain; but that true leadership in Jewry thai leadership such as we have had in our glorious past one that can present its ideas and believi n them, anil yet at the same time realize that thenare others wh i can think as clearly, believe as devoutly, and have the public g i at heart as much as they, themselvi s. One who can. if the need arise, forget his nun gelfish Ideas because of the good of the community. Then imuch to be clone, Much can be accomplished towards the establishment of a real B'nai Brith; towards the fostering of Zionist ideals and principles; the fostering and promulgation of child and adult Jewish education, and the inculcation of the necessitj foi synagogue as a vital force in Jewish life, to truly be a "Gulf stream in an ocean of races," ever fast and ever of service t > humanity. I'ht %  and mucli more can be accomplished if the local "holi r han thou" attitude of some of our eaden is once and for all crushed in I eradicated. A cohesive Jewish citizenry, retaining for its individual members freedom of thought, speech and action, can yet be established here. For this we n.id HONEST, SINCERE AND Tamuz." And so on during his and subsequent year, of service in the rabbinate, he found that a great part of his duties lay in the answering of questions, which he could reply to only from the calendar. He -con realized the wisdom and the necessity of a thorough study of the calendar. In all fairness, and in a spirit of constructive criticism only, may wi too, suggest to our communal leader.the wistlom and the m e-e-sity of the study of the Jewish calendar. Thus may thoughtless and unintended affronts and violations of good taste be avoided. St. Petersburg Notes Mr. and Air.-. Jacob -Miller of thicity are the happy grandparents of a son horn to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller of Bradcnton, Fla., manager of the Bradley store, on Thursday. July 6. The Bris Milah was held y, sterday with Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld of St. Petersburg officiating. Mrs. Miller is the former Miss Pauline Goldman of St. Petersburg. mil iliniiliii HUH The GLOOM %  I... in. ii.i. ii.i lllll.lllllllllllll lllllllllllllllll HIIUHII A Belgian student was relating his experiences in Studying th English language. He said"When I discovered that when 1 was quick I was fast, if I spent too freely I wai fast, and that not to eat was fast, I was discouraged; hut when I came across the sentnece, 'The first one won one onelollar prize', and that a blackberry is red when it is green. I gave up trying to learn English." CHASER Fame may come to a man suddenly and go just as quickly. "I'm a woman of few words," announced the haughty mistress to the new maid. "If I beckon with my finger, that means 'come'." "Suits me mum," replied the girl, cheerfully. "I'm a woman of few word-, too. If I shake my head, that means "I ain't comin'.'" In the July issue of the B'nai Brith Magazine there appears an ting article-, "Call for Spiritual l.i adership." A very timely urn-, we believe, and one well cal: to arouse within the readdesire to help in his own limit) way. In the issue of duly '.' of the Daily News in the series compass" artid, by Ar[jig Calendar thur Dunn, a splendid exposition The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid society of Congregation Bnai Israel entertained Mrs. Clara Kleinfeld, wife of Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld, at luncheon and bridge Tuesday afternoon at the Wagon Tongue, Treasure Island. Mrs. Kleinfeld was presented with a Uautiful guest prize. Pat (quite ill)—Listen Mike, I i.we Kelly a licking. Mike—I know you do. Pat And you owe me a licking. Mike That's true as wheat! Pat—Very well, thin! If I die you give Kelly th' licking that I owe him and you owe me and that'll square things all around! A wise man is one who never argues with a woman. Get-rich-quick schemes enable a lot of people to get poor quicker. Cupid would have a snap if things were so arranged that all the moonlight came in summer. It may be all well enough to "know thyself," hut if you are wise you will not boast of the acquaintance. Fighters are not permitted to go out of their class, yet heavyweight women seem to delight in making matches with lightweight men. INTELLIGENT LEADERSHIP. Thai we may soon obtain (hem is our sincere prayer. The .Jewish community of this city wishes lo extend its deep sympathy to Mrs. Lilly Davis in her recent bereavement of the loss of her father, Mr. A. Ilecht of Tampa, Fla. Wheezer "What's the idea, writing 'Dictated' on all your letterthat you punch out on the typewriter yourself'.' Want to allpear as the prosperous employer of a stenographer?" Geezer -"Not so much the prosperity bluff. 1 want my correspondents to blame my misspelling HI the stenog." Pester—My wife spends all her time shopping because she says she has nothing fit to be seen in. Knagg—And mine spends all her time shopping because she has a whole lot of new things and wants to show off. "Is Mose Pod more a good shot?" "Yes, we were out practicing with our rifles the other day and he hit the bullseye the first time." "That sure was fine shooting." "Yes, hut he had to pay a farmer $4(1 for killing the bull." -tUelellt Thestorj itold of tin I study of the Talmud and its commentaries, of -le wish history, tradition and lore, applying to the head of the St minary where he hail completed iii> course of training ii r "Smicha" (Rabbinic dei ["hi lean, iith cither members "I the faculty assisting, trry and Hitleri-ni. or Jewry „,,„ hu(] .,„.„, U ,.| V( V( a ,,. in h ,. and ii relationship to the Gentile presented in a very able What struck us as most :iate. and one rather exdefinition of the Jewish ithe phrase, "The Jews Gulf Stream in an ocean ," A Atlantic City last week the grilled the student unmercifully. well nigh unanimous adoption of At last they were convinced that •Hition for a general cuilie was fully qualified to he a rogram in the United state."Rabbi in Israel." The student l to acquaint the Jews with hazing been told that he had suetheir iwn lore, tradition and hiscessfullj passed the exams, asked ind the appropriation of ten the dean when he could call for %  I dollars to be used for his certificate, or "Smicha." To irpose is a further milestone his amazement, he was advised "' what we believe a spiritual that he was to heasked yet one %  *'a .cning of the Jewish people. more question. "Have you studied 1 -ew York, following the gradthe'Luach,' (calendar)," was the • remonies of the VTeshiva unusual and astounding question comes the further anpropounded. Of course, having de1 m of a series of extenvoted his time to the study of the "Ion courses at the collegeWith weighty tome-of theTalmud, the the main subjects being Jewish hisstudent had to truthfully reply literature and tradition, all "No." And he was then told that the direction of that recoghe would not receive his degree unwholar, Dr. Bernard Revel, til he had thoroughlj learned the lent of the college. calendar. After a week's time, %  "'" that throughout the United "hen he had completely memoramongst Jew and Gentile, ized the calendar, he again applied 'here has come to be recognized and this time was granted his cle%  t that Jewry, at last, haRTee He asked the dean what the to awaken to the necessity reason for this remarkable request renaissance, a spiritual reand insistence of a knowledge of building. the calendar meant, and the dean U 'too, believe that even Miam replied: "Time alone will tell you ra he made to recognize the nethe answer, and you will then be of taking advantage of thankful to me." He was recom• going on all about it mended and received a position in throughout the country, and for it a -mall town as rabbi of their COn' become imbued with a new gregation. Several weeks after he 1||V Not merely the awakening to assumed his duties th.president the sense of needing more money "f 'lie Shul arrived and propoundf '"' its varied activities, hut the c-d the no! unu-tial c|Uestion of B"ini necessity and the clear real"Rabbi, when will I haveVahrzeit, "••"Mil that unless u spiritual re '>' father died the tenth day of Air. Many Mogil just returned to the city after spending a couple of weeks with his relatives in New York. Tampa Notes Cantor Boris Schlachman of Miami Beach conducted services at Rodoph Sholom Temple last Friday night in the absence of Rabbi Adolph Burger, who is on hi.vacation. Himany friends here in Tampa were happy to have the opportunity of hearing him again. "Hey, mister, do you know •nough about football to act as referee '.'" "Man. I know enough about football not to." Max Baer has 85 suits and arrangements are under way with a tailor for 86 more. This is apart from any pending litigation. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Segall announce the birth of a son, Jerry ller.-hel. at the Tampa Municpial hospital two weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Morrice I'nian left for Redding, Pa. Mr. L'lman will return to Tampa Hie latter part of the month, but Mrs. I'man will continue her visit there for awhile. Mr, and Mrs. Max Argintar announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Raye Argintar. to Mi. Sidnej W. Jacobs, Bon of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Jacobs of Atlanta, Ga., the marriage to take place at the' bride's home Tut -day evening, July 24. M SS Argintar was horn in Tampa and is a graduate of Hillshorough High school, completing her education at the Tampa Business university. Her fiance is a native of Atlanta and attended local schools there befort going to Georgia School of Technology, where Inbecame a member of the Alpha Bpsilon Pi fraternity. He is in the mercantile business with his father in Atlanta. Mr. Jacobs was a guest at the Argintar residence over the weekend. Mrs. Joseph Wohl left for New Yc rk City, and will return to Tampa iii September. Funeral service's for Alexander Ilecht, 66, pioneer Tampa merchant, who died Friday morning, wire held Monday morning, July D, at II o'clock at the residence. Rabbi S. Kleinfeld of St. Peterslung officiated, antl the burial was in Rodoph Sholom cemetery. Mr. Ilecht is survived by his wife, Mrs. Tilly Ilecht. two daughters, Miss Sarah Ilecht and Mrs. Max Davis of St. Petersburg, Fla. The M. .1. M. club entertained at a dance recently at the home of Miss Marian Weber. Miss Weber was assisted in the hospitalities liv her mot her. Miss Hilda Coplon left here last week to spentl some time in Chicago at the world's fair. Mr and Mrs. A. I'rinsky entertained recently honoring Miss Ethel Pats, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. Baer. Guests enjoyed bridgeand dancing during the eveYnu'd probably keep under cover like Dillinger, too, if there was any probability of being necked by x prosecutor. ning, following which delicious refreshments were served. Mrs. H. Both is visiting at Daytona Beach and will remain there for a little time. Mrs. N. Safer and son, Edwin, spent some time at Daytona Beach recently. Miss Hindalyn Kottelman left Orlando to spentl a month at camp in Greencove Springs. Mrs. M. Blattner, her daughter, Ethel, and son are at Daytona Beach. Mr. and Mrs. B. Halpern and son left here last Sunday for a vacation at Chicago. Mrs. 11. Lieberman and son, Orwin, are spending some time in New York. Miss Ruth Wolly and Ethel Sigal spent several days last week in Jacksonville. A meeting of the local B'nai Brith lodge was held recently in the vestry rooms of the Cong. Ohev Shalom. Mr. B. J. Cohen, the president, led the business discussion. Following the business session a social hour was spent antl refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. B. Katz, Dolly Safer, Frank Sigal and Pearl Sa' fer spent the Fourth at Daytona Beach. t n ,1 IT iria of nd % 


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Kl ,lay, July 13, 134 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN %  At the MOVIES : : Marion Daviea plays one of the ,c running roles of her film in the novel musical pro"Going Hollywood," her Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer stari,nila, which is to be seen Monday and Tuesday at oil Theatre. I picture, an original story witty pen of Ronald OKirt, actor, humorist and playwright, is a keyhole view of regions, but also is the first photoplay to treat of the Eskimo's strange code of moral.which permits the loaning of one's wife to one's Mend and the exchanging of wives freely. It itinextraordinary "matrimonial code" which provide's the story's powerful theme. Mala, the principal character of "Eskimo," I" two wive and while he does not mind lending his wife to his brother Eskimos, he deeply r. the lecherous de in A a white n cl a whaling ship, an antagonism which ultimately culminatein a murder. Page Five eral Council. The council cannot legislate for the constituent denominationnor exercise any authority over them. The council is composed, however, as is its executivecommittee, which meets every month, of representatives officially elected by the denominations, and it is likely, therefore'. thai in its pronouncements ami activities it adequately reflects the mind of the Christian bodies associated with it. QUESTIONS ant MARION' DA VIES Hollywood, yet one spiced with catchy Bong hits and bizarre i HI nibles which make it .HI* of the most entertaining films of the year. Bin) Crosby, noted crooner of radio and motion pictures, plays the radio crooner role opposite Miss Davies, ingly melodies have been created for the film by the noted composing team of Nacio Ilerli Brown and Arthur Freed, co-authorof the national song hits, "Wedding of tinPainted Doll" ami "Tlie Old Woman In the Shoe." The most adventurous of all peditions to the Arctic was undertaken by a company from the Goldwyn Mayer studios, headed by Col. W. S. Van Dyke, ord in photography and sound that great epic of the North, no." 1 tur,. will be shown at the Avenue Theatre Sunday anil Monday, and presents a stirring "'-sine: panorama of the ^dangers and hardships natives living in the icy ANSWERS y. In what sense do -lews regard themselves as the Chosen People? A. Thephrase "chosen people," is used to describe the relationship which the Jewish people has traditionally believed obtains between God ami Israel. It is a choice not for preference, but rather for obligation, for the historic experience of Israel would hardly justify one in saying that Israel was God's "favorite child"; too much of sorrow and misery has been the portion of the .lew-. Someone has said that the phrase should not be Israel is God's chosen people, but Israel is "a God choosing people." The phrase describes that consciousness of intimate relationship, that sense of purpose, that conviction of a mission which has charactt rized the history of tlie Jew. The Jew is to bear witto God's reality, to His humanity, and throutrh his life to promot.' the reign of justice and brotherhood on earth which Jews and Christians together describe athe Kingdom. Q. Does the Catholic expect the Pope to pronounce new revelations to guide us in meeting the new situations of the twentieth century? \ According to Catholic belief, revelation ceased with the death of the last Apostle. Infallibility safeguards that revelation, so that in teaching that revelation the church cannot err. Definitions made, by the church are not new revelations; they are simply clarifications of what has already been revealed, Many non-Catholics have the idea that the Pope issues definitions with great freedom, and on any and every occasion, which inot the case at all. Since the Council of Trent, the Pope has made only one definition of the Immaculate Conception in 1864, and there has been only one eucemenical council since Trent, the Vatican Council in 1809-1870. y. Who compose the Federal Council of the' Churches of Christ in America and in what sense does it represent American Protestantism'.' A. Twenty-five Protestant denominations in the United States, with a total adult membership of over twenty-two millions, are working clo.-ely together in the FedAn Open Letter At this time the Young Men's Hebrew Association, more familiarly known to all as the "Y," is engaged in a membership drive. We havebeen asked, "Why join the '•?" Why join the "Y'".' Because For the preservation of the integrity of the Jewish boys of Greater Miami, there MUST be a gathering place free from denomination| al and factional strife. Because without a place that the Jewish boys may call their own, the natural tendency has been and INIHSPlTAHI.Y is, to drift to the poolroom, the gambling house, the public dance hall and cither unwholesome and demoralizing surroundings. Because ... in a "Y" Jewish boys begin to realize their duty towards their people, and necessai iily their duty as citizens of this great country of ours. Throughout the world, the "Y," whether it be the Jewish or the Christian, has been recognized as one of the greatest factors in the upbuilding and upbringing of the youth. Here in Miami though yet young in years, the "Y" has in its brief period of existence established a splendid reputation for its sportsmanship in the field of athletes. It has provided a place where the young and old may gather and under wholesome influences engage in and enjoy games and pastimes of all kinds. It has provided a spot Where Jews may congregate, write a letter, e-n book or simply chat. It has even provided a spot for the younger girls to get together once a week. Its facilities are' open every evening excepting Fridays and holidays. Financially it is in splendid shape. It has the nucleus of a building fund and its receipts are always ahead of the expenditures. True, it has much to accomplish. A splendid cultural program can be carried out. Other activities can and will be engaged in. To accomplish this it must have more members. It is your duty to join this organization, not simply because of what you can get out of it. but for what you can help others to get out of it. Send your application to the "Y" at its clubhouse, S. W. 5th st. and 16th ave. The dues are only S6.00 per year. AL. ROSENFELD, President. AL. BERKOWITZ, Membership Chairman. Mrs. Harry Oliphant and son, Elmer, returned to the city after an absence of several months visiting friends anel relatives in Norfolk, Va. Abraham J. Davis, realtor, formerly of Salem, Mass., and for the past nine years a resident of Miami died last Saturday after a long illness. Funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. He lease, surviving him llis wife, Rose, a son, George, his daughters, Ruth, Charlotte and Dorothy, all of Miami; a daughter, Mrs. Bernard Schik of Detroit; a brother, Ben Davis of Miami; his mother and four .sisters. Interment was in the Jewish section Of the Woodlawn cemetery. To raise funds for the painting of the Talmud Torah building of Beth David congregation, the organization will sponsor a dance and entertainment at one of the local night dubs, the latter part of July. In charge of arrangements is ;i committee consisting of Harry Gordon, chairman; Abe Kurman, Jack August, Charles Abbott, Murray Kellman, Morris Pepper, Manuel Rippa. Nat Zalpa and Samuel Small. TIVOLI Shown 6:4)5 and 9:00 P.M. 20c till 6:80—Evening 26c Matinees Saturday and SundayContinuous 2 to 11 Sunday-.Monday-TuesdayJuly 15-16-17 BING CROSBY MARION DAVIES Going Hollywood TOftG//* USSR The Miami Beach First National Bank .Miami Beach, Florida STATEMENT OF CONDITION Comptroller's Call, June 30, 19.84 RESOURCES Loans and Investments ofr'n'nnnn Commercial Paper VAU-Z Call Loans—Stock Exchange Collateral I4B 7MK Overdrafts RO 51070 Banking House and Equipment ,7>'-'Wwi Federal Reserve Bank Stock lit OTKIK Municipal, Public Utility and Industrial Bonds ,.,''nnnnn Other Stocks and Bonds „'.,.,, (I,L, 4.1,1 (4.14 other Assets en MM 8QS1Q United SUte. 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%  i %  Page Four THK JEWISH FLORIDIAN ftai-io d'tmaiuui HUtllctin Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Kuunili-r iitnl Dlrwtor, Radio Synagoa of America SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD. MIAMI. FLORIDA Vol. IV. SUNDAY, JULY 8, 1SWI No. 30 Life's Battles; Three-Fear" Scripture Reading, l'salm XXVII, Verses I. 2, -i. and Psalm XXIII. Having discussed "The Battlefield" and "Armament" in thi previous sermons in this series on "Life's Battles." we now come to the greatest factor within the individual, the decisive quality, that upon which hinges victory or defeat. In the conflicts which life presents. I speak of Fear. Before one can engage in any battle, on land, sea. or in the air; before the enemy is even encountered fact to face; while only the rumor of the adversary's approach has reache i you. you may already have been vanquished in the forthcoming encounter. How is that possible'.' Simply. If you know fear, if sou are in dread of tlH isl who is heading towards you, if, to no one but yourself alone, you hav ad mitted your weakness, your lack of confidence in yourself, and your paucity of faith in whatever Guiding Force you credit with direct, n ol Life and its course—then you not only have I >sl a battle, but j u are lost. I shall not disc.;--, today, thi legrees I feai idinj up from simple caution to abject fear and cowardice. It will suffice, I us, as needs we must for scarcit) merely g i egarding fear. Last week we established the premise that "It i i I • %  at h ippens to you that make.you happy oi wretched it to affect you." The same rule appli taliZUlg forces—fear—the vampire among e emotions, you of your life's current. Whether it be in the field f final %  :ial problems, domestic you are do imed to fail in your encounter with some lifficu possessed of fear. You must shut all thought ut of you: consciousm ss. You may have the idea 1 that you have no control of it. But it is not BO. YOU are sole even of fear. The child who has nevi does not fear the darkness. Onl ... nati n conjures up, seems to exist for you. Memories f st recollect ions of misl rtui %  thers, eporta fa which befell strangers— these make a nightl t your lifi plant unfounded [ears in your mind. As B very -mall child I lived wit! .%  population did not exceed 2,000 souls, Street lamps were unknown there. The only light to guide one who went wa ng ht had to come from either the moon, rays 1 shutters, or from a lanti Until 1 wai six or seven years old I would go or to n< ighbors who lived several streets rem I knew no fear, and I to do so by daylight. At al'out six Or seven. I OVe!"h> .. murders, lurking drunkards, and i • -. I hi I I refuse to go out al ne at night I i I G came to know fear, and I, to eased making th< jhtlj trips without an escort. I had been ens!;. Be honest with yourself. How doing that you would ordinarily ...-• iblic opinion? How many thing.do you do that you would rather ha • | art in, for the same reason? What porti I ill in that of your husband or wife? 1! ved with a mate whom you would hav ( divorced, wen I I for that feai ai lal"? How often do you hold your tongue when n defensi yourself—only because you fear the i darts may be directed at you? H •'• %  epless nights have you spent on a bed of pair., pain aggravate that you would not recover, that the doctor was withholding that, during you.' sickness, your business wa How many fear to grow older? Why do we strive I youthful when that glory hafled Child nnocenci its ambitions, and maturity its wisdom. Those who fear the changing stages, display, in their attemptto pi • riod at the ( of another, a twofold ignorancefirstly, a failure to I the fundamental principle of existence is a progressive forward ment, and a lack of realization that the power of nature i~ mightier than the will of man. Your logical question, now, is, "How may I Please bear in mind that I have not even attempted to list all the phobias, or any portion of them: however-, the general remedial course which I shall, please God, outline, iapplicable to the problems an I fears of the average person. A wise man once remarked, "I am man and have had many troubles, but most of them never hap; In the light of retrospection you must admit that m ist of the things you feared never materialized. The hobgoblins that disturbed your peaceful rest were intangible "dream-stuff." but not real and factual. So, most of your fears never happen, and are figments of your imagination. But occasions do arise wherein a cautious attitude on your will help avert some disaster. Those are cases when fears have actual grounds. In such cases you must analyze your problem, study you: adversary, and you must decide on a course of action for defer. offense. Then, act! The treacherous thing about fear is that it paralyzes you, you do not think, you do not study your adversary, you make no preparations for battle—you are as one hypnotized. While you stand in awe and fear, for your enemy advances and attack-. Fear is the ally of each and all of your enemies. It renderyou hors de combat. You would not, knowingly, admit an enemy-spy into your ranks to put your gunsout of con -nyet, you .dm it fear into you, .you harbor it in your mind and you p< it to hinderyou in your defense. ble pleasures, and with '' 'T ,, f n Unger-but. above all else, man must be taught how to refrain rom bating an inferno out of the mat, which is furnished ^Jor the construction of a paradise. Man know 1 I read the plan '" 'Because fear takes its inception from the fac( that man feels him-elf to be alone in tins world; and, when confronted with danger, he believes that the task of extricating himself from the imminent per, He, upon himself: and. because he regards himself all too feeble and insignificant to avert the impending calamity: I want to impress you the thought that man inot alone, and rnot helpless. lhere IS a power which watch.over our destinies. But, even with that, to upon God does not preclude one from making a valiant effort to succeed alone. With courage and self confidence, reliant upon tin In visible Forces tin God within us. But, since these forces are Invis. me must lean: to "go it alone." u: battle or business, whatever the game: In law or in love, it is ever the same; In the struggle for power, or the scramble for pelf, Let this be your motto. "Rely on yourself," For whether the prizebe a ribbon or throne, The victor is he who can "go it alone." 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