The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
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 )
Genre:
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, September 7, 1934


Impressive memorial services,
for the first time in the history of
the Jewish communities of Greater
Miami, will be held at the Jewish
section of the Woodlawn Ceme-
tery, owned by the Greater Miami
Jewish Cemetery Association, on
Sunday afternoon, September 16,
l>eEinninn promptly at 2 o'clock.
This is the Sunday preceding Yom
Kippur and is in accordance with
traditional custom observed in
many communities throughout the
world. Taking part in the cere-
monies will be Rabbis Max Sha-
piro. Julius Washer, David I. Ros-
enbloom, Jacob H. Kaplan and
Samuel M. Machtei. Memorial
prayers for the departed will be
recited by Cantors Boris Schlach-
man, Louis Hayman and Alex S.
Wiesel. There will be no charges
of any kind or collections made.
Following the memorial services in-
dividual prayers will be recited for
the departed who are interred on
the ceremony, if request is made
by their relatives attending. The
Jewish public of Greater Miami is
.1 to attend. In charge of ar-
rangements is a committee con-
ng of W. I.. Williams, I. L.
tzer and J. Louis Shochet.

The first fall meet ng for Beth
David -.-hood will be held at
Bet! David Talmud Torah Hall on
Wedi Sept ., ut i
p. m., which all members are urged
to attend. At this meeting plans
will be adopted for the annual
Succah and Simchas Torah, spon-
sored by the Sisterhood for the
Sunday school and Talmud Torah
children, as well as for the adult
members of the congregation. The
meeting of the members will be
preceded by a meeting of the
board of directors in the form of
a luncheon at the Talmud Torah
promptly at noon.

Attended by an unusually large
gathering. impressive memorial
services for the late Chaim N'ach-
man Bialik. world famous Jewish
poctlaure"ate, were held at the
Ixmdon Arms Hotel last Sunday
evening. Mr. Harry Simonhoff
presided. Addresses during "the
evening, eulogistic of the works
and accomplishments of Bialik, as
a Zionist, and particularly as a
poet, imbued with prophetic vision
to enable him to portray the vt ry
soul of the Jew, were delivered
during the evening by Rabbi Jacob
H. Kaplan, Rabbi Julius Washer,
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Rabbi Da-
vid I. Rosenbloom, who began in
Hebrew and concluded in the Eng-
lish with excerpts of Bialik's
poems. Miss Adele Segal read a
number of the poet's works, as did
Ernest London. During the eve-
ning strong stress was laid on the
necessity for the re-establishment
of a local Zionist district. Cantor
Boris Schlachman chanted a memo-
rial prayer, and at the conclusion
of the meeting led the audience in
the singing of the national hymn,
the "Hatikvo."

Within the next sixty days
Greater Miami will see the results
of an intensive drive which has
for its purpose the education of
Ji'wqy tow'arde 'the need i*or a
Young Men's Hebrew Association
building. Committees are now at
work arranging for the third an-
nual ball of the local Young Men's
Hebrew Association, the proceeds
of which will enable the organiza-
tion, it is hoped, to erect a build-
ing to house the manifold activities
of the organization. Many of
Miami's Jewish active communal
workers have signified their wil-
lingness to help the organization
and have accepted committee ap-
pointments for the dance. Mr.
Murry Grossman, past president of
the Y. M. H. A., is actively in
charge, and is being aided by the
officers and members of the or-
ganization.

All members and friends, and
the general public is urged to at-
tend the noonday luncheon being
sponsored by the officers of Emu-
nah Chapter, O. E. S sit the
Southern Cafeteria on Tuesday,
September 2~>, from 11 a. m. to
2 p. m. The proceeds will be used
towards the special fund being
raised to defray the costs of the
sessions of the Grand Chapter of
the order, which will be held here
in April, 11135.

All members of tho girls' division
of the Y. M. H. A. are urged to
attend the next meeting of tne
club at its clubrooms on Tuesdav
evening, September 11, beginning
at 8 o'clock. Important busineti
will be transacted.
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Friday, September 7, 1934
THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
Page Thri"'

OUR COMMUNAI RESPONSIBILITY
A New > t.ilr Message Prom
RABBI JULIUS WASHER
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
It is a rather common yet most
beneficial practice for the Jew on
Bosh rlashono to take stuck. One
f the items grossly neglected is
communal re-
sponsibility. Due
to thi kei n eco-
nomic competi-
tion, most "f us
i busy
the year
even
slight attention
.it might
.....I exl ra-
curricular a f-
. While
such an attitude
may be partly
condoned, it is
, ve i I a stingly
me that too
many of us take
our own city were dooi.....I to fail-
"" because ... thi; "l hid myself
attitude? Granted thai fcharity
be*ins :'< h....... but, unfortun
with too many
it begins
and e ,| .,,
home!
How different
- Hie attitude
Patriarch
Abraham when
response to
Umighty'a
I .1:1. hi' .ill
"I am reaily."
all time- ready
In make person-
al sacrifices, to
a s s u m e his
-hare of lospon-
ibility, to live
our economic pursuits whether it with, aid and plead for his neig
net as an excuse for bor, regardless of who he might be
, lack i.r mtere-t in .Jewish cm- l|,. realized thai want ami hunger
munal activity. cam:-' .,, ,. coutry anj
Tin- situation is not of recent Prosperity in the other; that alums
n, -nice it l- f-und hack in the ;""'"' exist in me- section of the
\(|am. You will recall the cit>' and rich,- in the other. Th,-
Biblical storj of Adam's -in. The "'""'"I-- "' Ids brother were
late appeared to him and ""'" "'' ,hared hi- sorrows ami
It, "Where art thouV happiness,
being the type of person so ''" ""1 believe that there !- any
m today, was loathe to as- l"'l:''1 time than the High Holy
lonsibility, and answered, ";,v Pf'iod for serious reflection
.caked, and I hid myself." "" the part nf every individual as
How many of u- today are follow- t,, his past interest in the syna-
the footsteps of the first ^ ,,. .,,i|mU(| ^^ ^
man" How many ot us have l en
i, ... cial anil plulanthropir activities of
unwilling to cloak ourselves with
interest in religio-social nis h""" immunity and hi- wider
How many of US have community the world.
. hid from assuming any Ma> it be the. wish of the \
' ,ibilit.v <'"' 'he good of our mighty that the coming yea.
'immunity'.' How many of us havi .. ...
. ... '"'d 'I- nol .in he sidi ol those
turned u naked hear, to the phi I -
Mthropi. appeals which came from Wno hide ,'""" communal int.
ith oui own city and from uut rather with those whose word
How many endeavors for md a I unifies the spirit ol
and social betterment in "I am ready."
S0CI4TY
Committees to arrange for
desiring to attend ser\
the local synagogues will
attendance tomorrow night
Miam Jewish Orthodox
Miami, us well as for those un-
able to pay for -eats during th-
High Holy Days. Cantor Boris
Schlachman will chant at Beth Ja-
cob, Cantor Rabbi A. S. Wiesel at
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation and Cantor Louis Hay-
man at Beth David. According to
present indications, it appears that
all the local synagogues will be
filled to capacity and all are there-
lore urged to call at the synagogue
I hey wish to attend, immediately.
* *
Quite a large crowd attended the
dance sponsored by Junior Ha-
al the Clipper Ship of the
Deauville Casino last Sunday night.
In charge of arrangement! was a
commit lee of which Miss Ida En-
gler was chairman.
^ Hose Levin, daughter of
Mr. and .Mr-. Ely Levin of this
city i- leaving for the Florida
State Coll,.-,, for Women at Talla-
BEST WISHES
to All Jewry
For a Happy and
Prosperous
NEW YEAR
hassee, Kla.
* *
A definite dute for the first of
a suries of open forums being
sponsored by members and offi-
cers of the Young Men's Hebrew
Association of Miami will lie an-
nounced in the next issue of the
Jewish Ploridian. Congressman J.
Mark Wilcox, representative from
the Fourth Congressional District
of Florida, will be the chief
ei- at this meeting.
...
Mrs. I. Tannenbaum, Harold and
Carolyn returned to the .ity after
having spent some time in the
.North visiting relatives and
friends.
Mrs. Mendel Scheinhcrg returned
to the city after living spent BOmi
time in Hendersonvil'. \. C.
* *
Local alumni members Ot *he
Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity enjoyed
( HAS. M. FISHER
Superintendent of
Schools
For Dade County
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Cong Bet h I la\ id Syna
and Bel h Jacob Synagogue,
Miami Beach, and all day Sun-
day until sundown. Seat.- will be
provided in the local synagogui
foi ttan-ient- and members of the
Civil Conservation Corp- now in
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= I'ROSPKROl S NEW Mi.VI! = ==
Sincere Wishes fur a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All My Jewish
Friends

W. CECIL WATSON
County Commissioner
of
Dade Countv
A Happy and Prosperous Now Year
To All
......M I > 111 11........! I I I I I
JUDGE W. F. BLANTON
(insn t in ni" ui i\ik cmM,
a boat ride last week at which a
number of high school graduates
planning to attend the University
of Florida were the guests. Joe
Schwartz. Lou Heiman and Joe
Fields were the committee in
charge Of arrangements. A num-
ber of out-of-town guests attended
and all enjoyed the affair.
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Sincere Wishes for a
Happy and Prosperous
New Veat-
To My Jewish Friends
1
C. L. WHEAT
Dade County Purchasing
Aiient
Best Wishes for it Happy
ami Prosperous
NEW vkai;
I). ('. COLEMAN
Sheriff of Dade Countv

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SINCERE WISHES
for a
A HAPPY NEW } EAR
E. B. LeTtIhTrMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
for Daile Count)
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL
J. N. (Newt) LUMMUS, Jr.
TAX VSSESSOR FOR DADE '" Vl v
CITY
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Extends to all Jewry
Sincere Greetings
and Wishes for a
Happy New Year
E. <;. SEWELL, Mayor
( H. REEDKR.
HARRY E. PLATT,
ORVILLE rk;ky.
A. D. H. FOSSEY.
Commissioners.
L. L. LEE, Citj Manager.
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THE JKWISH FI.OBinlAN
Friday, September 7, 1934
THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
Pl.lI.ISHED EVIERV FB1DAY
JKWISH Kl."HUMAN PUBLISHING CO.
P. O. B01 2*71
Miami. Florida Phone 2-1181
EDITORIAL OFFICES:
421 8. \v ink Anu PhMM I-11U
J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor
FRED K. MUM MM. Circalation Manaiw
CANTOR BORIS S( HLACHMAN,
Field Representative
filtered aa Mttond rlw* matter July 4.
ISM. at thr Poat Offici- nt Miami. Florida.
umlar thi- Act ..f March 3, 187.
WEST PALM BEACH
SAMUEL SCHUTZER
Representative
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN
Representative

ORLANDO
IRENE BRAVER'IAN
Repre.r.;ative
limits of Palestine, "a homeland
for the Jewish people."
5. A B'nai B'rith Ixnige which
will redound to the glory of Miami,
and not be the laughing stock of
all who know what B'nai B'rith
stands for.
fi. A Jewish Welfare Bureau
that will boast of a membership
taking in every family in this area
that does not receive charity.
7. A Rabbinate that will in i'l
in jitters concerning the Jewish peo-
ple, work together as one, tree
from selfish and individual mo-
t Ives.
r>. A cohesive group of Jewish
men and women, who in all their
actions, in all their depas, will for
the Common good Of the entire
community, in Viiami or through-
out the -tat'' be ready, willing and
able ti; act as .lews, unselfishly
and w'ith dignity, so as to accom-
plish the greatest good for all.
'.'. A Young .Men's Hebrew As-
sociation, housed in quarters thai
simple ways (call it the coffee, if
you please) that caused the ill-
ness. Or was it the added trim-
mings of doing away with this,
and doing away with that, of add-
ing a frill (call it modern idea-1
here and substituting something
new there.
It seems to us that adhering to
the plain and simple fare is not
only a good rule in dieting, but
may he applied to religion and our
daily behavior as well. Why add
trimmings that have been found
wanting, and then blame it on
the COFFEE.
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TAMPA, FLA.
MRS. II. II. KISLER
Representative
' mold our youth physically and
I spiritually.
And towards the accomplishment
of these purposes, the Jewish Flo-
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Seattle Radio Station KXA CUt
ort an attack on President
Roosevelt B8 representing "the
GLOOM
CHASER
HIS)......IHWIIIIIHHMIM4IH"
Many a person may be the pic- In discussing geographical
ture of health only it may be science with a group of Oriental
hand |nted, friends, the conversation t*Md
______ to the vexing problem of the jn.
, ternational date line the gain-
Little Man, you're crying: I know rf ^ ^ ^ ^ :
why you're blue;
Someone took your
away;
kiddie-ear fl'"'" ('hinu- an(l tm' losin8 "'' it Oil
I he way back.
,, > vi, An ''"" explained quite easily;
What the heck do you care? You ^^ ^ x
cansteal. better onetoday. e; ^
Someone stole your marblesl fell k^ vu Chi
ridian unhesitatingly pledges its Jew8( |1(i( lhl, American people,"
aid.
COFFEE
Sli Mania.
Ona T.a,
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Vol. 7No. 36
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER
7, 1931
Shall We Resolve?
Yankel was sick, so sick that ho
could hardly drag himself to the
[doctor's office. And HE KNEW
just what made him sick. THE
COFFEE. Until he drank that
coffee, he felt fine tip-top.
And then like a million devils
in a free-for-all right pummelling
themselves around in his stom-
ach, and he getting the worst of tion KXA declared, was interrui
it. That's bow he felt. The doc- ed because his statements were "in
and a demand for resistance to the
NRA "because it is a gift of the
Jews," launched by Roy Watson,
evangelist and former bank rob-
ber, who -erved a term in prison.
Watson, speaking before 10
worshipers in Rethel Pentecostal
Temple here, denounced Roosevelt
for "surrounding himself with
Jewish advisers" duifing n talk
whose topic was announced as '"The
NRA in the Light of Revelations."
Broadcast of the address, Sta-
you what you do
Swipe twice as many when you
get the chance.
Someone stole your shirt? Say
tomorrow you can confis
cate his pants!
As you grow to manhood, take
what you can grab;
Rob the orphan, filch the widow's
mite;
Organize a merger; use the law
to nab
Every single bit of cash ill sight.
When you have a billion, or two
of them, or three,
All your sins and wasted life con
fess,
And give the church a million.
Little Man. you'll be a Big
Success!
uphill
allee way. boat go more slow. In.,
one day. You come back again,
downhill allee way, boat go more
quick, catchem up one day'
An examining optician
eye witness.
(Jive a starving sinner a m|uic>-
meal first pray for him after,
word.
direct violation of our contract
The Rev. W. II. offiler. pastor
of Bethel Temple, who heard Wat-
son's speech, asserted that in his
pinion there was nothing wrong
A- we rapidly approach the tor looked at his overcoated
High Holy Days, and as individ- tongue and smiled. "Did you eat an,i because "it is not the purpose
uals begin to take stock of the, anything hcfori that coffee?" he f KXA to carry .-uch attack-."
past, one wonders whether or not asked. "Sure," Yankel replied,
in this day ami age, the wise rule "but it wasn't them things because
suggested by our sages of old ... I felt okay until I drank that cof-
that of taking stock for comma- fee. It Was that damn coffee that
nities would not be a splendid done it." "What wen- them things wjth it.
one to follow. you had?" persisted the doctor. ---------------------_
But, as the Machzor ... the "(,h. nothing much," replied our A|, N<-w Hab|)js |.,ac(K, glchanan
prayer book quaintly puts it, Yankel. "Just some gefillte fish
"Who are we to ask for bounties and ehrain. some chopped liver,
when we approach thee, devoid of '"""ll> ""l 'nandlcn soup, roast
deeds?" And in all due humility chicken, a few fried potatoes, a
as befits this solemn occasion nice big b.kshen koogel and ."
i- this not true of our comma-1 "And bred. pickles, pie, some beer,
nities? What have the Jewish a schnapps on the side, and some
communities, as such, accomplished dessert?" queried the doctor a- e
reached for his prescription pad.
"Yes," admitted Yankel. "But
Mabel Will he fight at the drop
of a bat '.'
Kthcl Sometimes. When one
drop- from S20 to $19.98 and his
wife improves the opportunity to
save.
Cupid doesn't always win a prize
when he hits the bull's-eye.
Never judge a man's worth by
In- statement to the tax collector,
School Says
Man) a girl marries an old man
because of the cloud'- silver lining.
(It her people's manner- worry
most of us more than our own
morals.
in the past year? What has been
done, in a constructive way to help
advance the cause of Judaism in <" Of them things didn't make
this area? In education? Zion-
ism? Rdligion? Philanthropy?
me sick, doc, because it was when
I drank that coffee that the ter-
We hesitate to put the true reply ri,,1' Pain come into my stomach
into cold print.
Why dwell on the lack of ac-
complishment.- for the past?
and doubled me up and .
We wonder if that's the trouble
with all of us Jews today. The
Would not our time be better good old-fashioned traditions ,.f
-pent, one might ask, in planning our forefathers that helped the
constructive work for the year l.i people withstand the tortures of
come? And so we, too, willingly inquisitions and pogroms was all
join in this suggestion, and pro- bad. Prayers wire out of elate.
pose: We needed choirs, beautiful syna-
A concerted drive, during the >-'gues. sisterhoods and brother-
time when a general "New Deal" h""(l"-
Is being planned to rehabilitate parties
religion and philanthropy through-' I'leas for attendance at the Syria-
out the country, lure in Miami gOgUe? Were they not t here when
Air ncwly-ordainer rabbis, re-
cently graduated from the Rabbi
Isaac Elchanan Theological Seiai-
I nary of New York, have been
placid in pulpits all over the coun-
try, it was announced Friday.
Among the pulpit- that have
been filled during the past month
are: Augusta, (ia., Rabbi Samuel
Blinder; Cambridge. Mass., Rabbi
Philip Greensteiiv; Carbondale,
Pa., Rabbi Solomon Wind; Du
buciue, Iowa. Rabbi Hugo Mintel;
Norfolk, Vs., Rabbi Jacob Agushe-
witz, and South Bend. I ml.. Rabbi
llyman Cohen.
Working before his school
(If Student Cherubim,
Lord Cod, the Artist, made a fool.
And then gave life to him.
But ere he turned adrift
His fool beneath the sun,
"Lord." begged the Cherub.
"Give a gift to this ungifted
one!"
"Name Thou." said He, "this day
The boon that thou dost call
The greatest gift wherewith I may
Kndow a fool withal."
"(iive him." the Cherub eric-,
"If it shall be Thy will,
The greatest thing a fool should
prize,
The gift of keeping still.
Bui the Lord Coil shook his head
And smiled upon His school;
"If he should have that gift," He
said.
"He would not be a fool.''
Perhaps faint heart ne'er won
lair lady because it i- partial to
brunettes.
Apropos of the beginning of
school days;
JoeHow were grades last i|Uar-
ter?
College Jules Verne.
Joe How's that?
College Twenty thousand
leagues under the C.
Fortunate is the bride who IS
Dances, above all, card
What matter the Rabbis'
Reich Medical |{ody Admits
Foreigners
The Clerk I -ee you refused to
trust Mrs. Multirox for a jar of
pate de Idie gras. I always
l bought slu was good pay.
The Grocer Sure, she's good
. pay, but how'm I goin' to charge
her with a jar of pate de foie gras **" B^OOmed.
when I don't know how to spell it"
THE INDOMITABU
Man can't change the weather, WANDERER
but he can do a lot of growling ., ,.,,, M. Raskin
about it. kt,._ me
Though nations may abhor me.
Though hate and scorn I f>nd
Jewish inhabitant.- designed
ih conscious
one's duties to himself, lib
men and hi.- institutions.
2, To "attend .he Synagogue
BerlinForeign Jewish doctor-
will be admitted to the interna-
tional m e d leal post-graduate
courses arranged for by the Her
lin Academy of Medicine, but Ger-
man Jewish dictors are barred, it
Was announced today.
The action of the Berlin Acad
emy of Medicine folh.w> the prece-
dent set by the Nazi government
Moses in a basket, hidden in the
rushes,
Miriam, In- sister, watching all
the while;
A guiding star shines o'er Die,
A glorious goal before me.
A martyr's path behind.
and throughout th, state, for; cards were being played? Did
1. Education among our adult they not attend the events at the
,,, night clubs, sponsored by the' -yn
arouse a Jewish callousness of agfogues? Nothing simple for
fellow then1 "U'y Wanted something itself that Jewish student- and
fancy modern. tourists from abroad are Welcome
Have you noted pre-- n port- '" Germany and can go anywhere
and Temple at least on,.- a week." recently? Have you observed that "'' do anything, but that native
.1. That your children receive the recent holocaust in Cermany German Jews are not welcome.
brought -o many of our estranged Recently the chief of the Berlin
brethren back to the fold .? Do police issued an order forbidding
nly J.liaroa,^ ..aught.,- bathing ,,. ^^ aml ,aught
(Inlv I'b-.,.'-.I,'' I u. Sha" never bar niy Wayi
WMI\ | ll,ilti;iJi u (j'l iiirht IT ,ai, t. ..
tin hal, smile. ?, faith, my strongest rafter,
Strong and sturdy manhood came
as year.- went by:
Soft luxuriant kingdoms were
not for -uch as he.
Foretells a golden "after,"
A great and glorious day.
No night my soul can frighten,
No loud-boshroudod skies!
My rob,. f faith I tighten,
K,-.-l,. ;., i y rone ol lUlin 1 uk"-"i
Kc I sum,., prophet, giver of the Ami ,. tilI day ,.!! brighten.
law,
Endowed with power from ai, ,ve
el In- people free.
'I he sun of love shall ri-<
Somi where on Mount Neb,, angel-
dug the sod,
tage, and their lore, in Talmud you realize the trend back to the the molestation of foreigners Secretly was Moses buried by
hi.- Cod.
an education in matters concern-
ing the Jewish people, their bel-
li and Sunday school.
faith of our fathers, by every wing VOn those who look like Jews'
4. A live, active Zionist diS- Of Jewry?
and ordering university chiefs, to
Beware of the man whose do*
crawls under the house when h
master enters the gate.
trict, which Will arouse within the We wonder whether it really was '', to it that foreign Students, in
Jewish people a -park of pride in the observance of the real religion eluding Jews, were treated respect-
the effort to rebuild within the 1 of our fathers, their tradition and fully.
If kissing will be a thing of tl*
A dead man is of as mud, use p;ist m M v,.a,.., M a bacteriolo
to the World as a lazy one -and gat sav>. how poster
goodby to all that tax money''
he takes up less room.



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Friday, September 7, 1934
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
A man should say, howe'er dis-
dressed,
.. \H God has done is for the best."
The Talmud.
,n art> Ba 'n God's world, you
nd everything: wheel tor men;
straw for horses. Everyone chooe '
1,1 suil his own t ;i -t-.
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Happy and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
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HALCYON
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w ishes for All Their Friends and Jewrj HAPPY NEW YEAR at 1
INSl RE HAPPINESS BY KEEPING NSI IED
RUSTIC RIBES
There is a valuable lesson of
general application and use that
city sages, as tiny consider them-
selves, can learn from what they
eall rustic rubes.
A farmer rotates his crops upon
a piece of ground in order to re-
cover or retain it- productiveness.
Sometimes he allows it to r main
unused for a while.
Many of us are poor gardeners
of our own capabilities. We get
into ruts, we become one-sided,
We lack diversity of interest or oc-
cupation. In consequence we
atrophy, weaken and even kill our
other powers and possibilities. We
lose zest. We collapse. We be-
come depressed, pessimistic, de-
spondent.
Keep your balance. Live and
grow harmoniously. Avoid nar-
rowness. Cultivate a diversity of
powers and interests. You will
thus convert life into a garden of
manifold delight instead of a crop
ol mere cabbage heads.
The rube may be rustic. On a
meat many themes he is less rusty
than many city folks. Dr. Alex
Lyons.
U
The Place of the Jew"
A New Year's Message
By RABBI JACOB II. KAPLAN
Temple Israel
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When a man know- that an op
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ical and mental strength he un-
dergoes the operation and the ac-
c o in p a n ying
weeks of suffer-
ing with hope
ami strength and
determin a ti o n.
Even si, the Jew
who knows the
part he is play-
ing in the drama
of the world ac-
cepts insult, dis-
crimination, suf-
fering and hu-
mility because he
has t he assur-
a n < i' of his
prophet* and rab-
bis that he has
been chosen for
a great part in
| the reconstruction of human life.
The Jew is the Buffering servant
ol" which Deutro Isaiah -peaks, anil
to him as to Jeremiah comes the
significant oracle:
"Before 1 formed thee in the
belly 1 knew thee,
And before thou came-t forth
out of the womb I sanctified thee;
I have appointed thee a prophet
unto the nations.
Then said 1: 'Oh, Lord God! be
hold I cannot speak; for I am i
child.'
l!ut the Lord said unto me:
Say not: I am a child;
For to whom.-' ever I .-hall -end
thee thou -halt go,
And whatsoever I -hall com-
mand thee thou shalt speak.
lie not afraid of them:
For 1 am with thee to deliver
thee.
Saith the Lord.
Then the Lord put forth His
hand and touched my mouth; and
the Lord said unto me:
Behold. 1 have put my words in
thy mouth;
See. I have this
day set thee over
the nation- and
over the king-
doms,
To root out and
' pull down,
And to destroy
and to o v e r-
throw,
To build and to
plant."
Unconquerable
is the strength
that conies thru
conviction that we
have a part to
play for the sal-
tation of the
human family. Gladly have we
suffered and gladly shall we con-
tinue to suffer in the service of
God that we have the joy of help-
ing to build and to plant for the
joy and the happiness of the hu-
man family.
The thoughts of the prophets
and the meaning of Jewish history
are studied today with greater
ividitj by A I.I. nations than ever
before, and we an in the mid-t of
Beeing the fruit of our planting
grow to maturitj in our day and
.11 OUI
Brethren ( the House of I
Be strong and of good courage,
and be worthy nf God's prom-
ise to us: VVe shall not fail nor be
crushed until we have set right on
the earth.
May God bless you in I lie om-
ing yea'-, and keep you strong for
the fulfillment of His promi.....f
i ight in the world.
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Stays the hand of the cruelist.
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"Good will," .-ays a big Chicago
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THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
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EVOLUTION, NOT
REVOLUTION
In the history of almost every
people there comes a moment
when the po ppressed
up against their oppressors, when
th' attack the privi-
leged, when a class war convulses
society and often destroys a civ'-
lization. The war of the Helots
in an. :i i he uprisin)
the peas the Middle A.
thi' I- n n. h n volution, and, in oui
days, I he i e\ olut '.
a i m c.i to show that soon-
er 01 later thi n ki an hour
when long-endured privation and
des] a explo I terrors of
a class war.
Only Ji wil
free of these almost universal
events, Then are in our history
external as well as internal
Juda fights against Israel but
never does one class rise against
t-lit- other in di demand with
the weapons of destruction the so-
cial justice that i- denied to its
members,
Two reasons are responsible for
this fact. Firstly, Jewish social
legislation has always prevented
tin' poor from being burdened with
hopi lessnesa and despair. How-
ever dire theii present circum-
stances might be, they could ill-
ways look forward to a better
time. Even the slave had hope
as the companion of his labors,
for after a -tated time debts were
remitted, the pawned land returned
to it.- owner, the -lav, received
his freedom. Hopi was the safety
valv that prevented social up-
heaval.- in the history of the Jews.
Then there i.- a second reason.
The rich men and women in Israel,
in ancient times a- w< :i a- today,
considered themselves merely cus-
todian.- of the r wealth and admin-
istered it for the benefit of the
community. Not only (\-.,i they
give alms and engage in social
welfare work that was merely re-
garded as a duty but from their
surplus they always endowed edu-
cational and recreational institu-
tions, helped artists and scientists.
and in short spent their money in '
such a way that their wealth was
a blessing anil not a curse to their '
fellow men. Just to cull at ran-
dom a few examples, let me re-
mind you of the educational work
done by Sir Moses Montefiore, the
colonization activities of the Roth-
schilds in Palestine, of Baron de
Hirsch in the Argentine, the Gug-
genheim Foundation, the Lewisohn
Stadium, the impetus which dra-
matic art received through the
Neighborhood Playhouse, creation
of the Lewisohn sisters, and the
concerts donated by the N'auheim
and Guggenheimer families.
Perhaps one of the most touch-
ing instances of the way in which
our rich uphold this fine tradition
came to my attention the other day.
1 happened to glance through a
scientific publication, Mizraim,
published by the noted Egyptol-
ogist, Professor .Nathaniel Julius
Reich, it .1 ndid work, typo-
graphical!} truly beautiful and
containing much that is even of
interest to lay persons. And in his
introduction Professor Reich ac-
knowledges that thi- publii
could not have been brought forth
without the generous help of -Mr.
in.I Mrs. Leasing Rosenwald, who
have not only materially backed
him in his undertaking, but have
encouraged him with their never-
failing interest and friendship.
I I I ry nat ion rich men, in-
stead of spending their monej os
tentatiously on selfish pleasures,
had devoted themselves to such ac-
tivities, bitterness, jealousy and
envj would never have poisoned
the hearts of the poor and led fi-
nally to the upheaval of class war.
That this is true, Jewish history
proves: A history that i.- a record
not of pernicious revolution but of
beneficent evolution.
Canu across this nit of philos-
ophy the other day: "It's not which
way the wind blows, hut the way
you -et your -ails." And it re-
minded me of a bulletin sent out
to automobile dealer- by a man
who ha.- made a considerable study
of general trade conditions 11.
Men ram Lewis, editor of Automo-
tive Comment. It applies not only
to automobiles, hut to every other
commodity under the sun.
"If I W< re a dealer in 1934," he
"rites. "I would make the cultiva-
Sinccre Wishes
To Our Jewish Friends
for a
HAPPY NEW VKAK
Deauville Keach Club
ED MARTIN, Mgr.
A HAPPY NEW VKAR
JOE REISMAN'S
South Reach Kosher Mk't
JIM First St.
7S Collins Ave
MIAMI BEACH
Phone :.-27.{l
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of the
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BORIS St'HLAC'HMAN
Cantor of Beth Jacob Congrega
lion. Miami Reach
i ion of resourcefulness my big ob-
For if one thing is surer
than anything else about tin- mod-
ern world it is that it- changes
come almost faster than a human
being's hear: beats and the man
who can't adjust himself to it- con
vulsion- is a relic of a simpler
ago, too wholly out of step with
II,,. ;is it is being lived today to
keep its pace All other things
being equal, the dealer who makes
the most out of 1984 will be the
man who keeps his senses most
meets each day as a wholly
new adventure, and adjusts his pro
gram instantly to meet whatever
in u conditions it impo
, our sails for thi
mainder of the year in thi direc-
tion of increasing i u Let's
get into step with an nge that de-
mands quality at a fair price rath-
er than disillusionment at a i;" ap
price. Let'- meet each day's con-
ditions ith ad n e ol n al
i by selling only such mer-
chandise as will bring the usto-
.1 Tome
P. Fleishman in "Bei Li ," house
organ of McCormick >S I
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Boris Schlachman
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GROSSMAN'S
Fancj Fruits and
Vegetables
at
\ VTIONAL KOSHER
(MARKET
124 Collins Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
0
Friday, September 7, 1934
Rev. and Mrs.
A. Col den
Vnd Family
Extend
Their Best Wishei for a
Happy, Healthy and
Prosperous New Year
to the Jewish Commun
:" ill) S. C, and \
and Miami Beach in pa
lar, and to the Hou
I rael generally.
MRS. L. SHAPIRO
And Family
of th<
Mart- Vista Apts.
202 Ocean Drive
Miami Keach
Wish for All
A HAPPY NEW ^ EAR
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= Wishes All His Relatives = ,,.,
g and Friends E
E Thi Offici r- and Membi E j
E Congregation Beth Jacob =
M ami Beach
E "Ksiva V'chsima Tovah"
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.'{20 Collins Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-1570
Extends to All .Jewry
Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. AM) MBS. M. ABRAH \M
\nii Family
SURF BATHING SHOP
Swimming Suits and Bathing Supplies
211 oth Street. Miami Beach
Wish All
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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IT IS A PLEASURE AND A PRIVILEGE TO EXTEND
GREETINGS TO MY JEWISH FRIENDS AND
TO WISH FOR THEM
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ARTHUR CHILDERS
MIAMI KEACH
TIIE
CITY
OF
MIAMI BEACH
Extends to all Jewry
sincere wishes for
a Happy New Year
A. FRANK KATZENTINE, Mayor
JOHN LEV]
HARRY HICK
I). RICHARD MEADE
KARON de HIRSCH MEYER
E. LOUIS KEULING
R. W. RALSTON
WM. BURBRIDGE
Councilmen.


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Friday, September 7, 1984
THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
WE MUST RETURN!
A New Year Message
By RABBI DAVID i. R08ENBI.OOM
Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach
u, stand now at the beginning
Hage Seven
,: year.
A New Year we call it tuili
you together." Tl
thoutr'1 ''nu' 's continuous. There
js nothinir new about the year thai
is wrong atti-
"' our people musl be elim-
nai ed,
UV mus| bu Id ;, new .|,.u;sh ,
|s about
dawn, unless we
ire new that
||ve jn it; iin-
I ni W spir-
it animates us;
unless we have
a new attitude
i life, a new
i o n f i 'i ence, a
nr u ourage.
Time cannol re-
commence, hut
we can. We can
remove the ruins
and the rubbish
if the past, and
build anew on
the old founda-
T h e s <
teem to the
thought, as we
iround and
about ourselves
. \."A Year.
look upon life,
upon the
ancient founda-
tion? thai have
1.....n laid down
and strength-
ened, that have
tested and
s a n c t i fied by
if our peo
Our : il
and in o )i e i a
i ;i 1 k e ,1
the old
way, the real
h way .
the way of pious
customs and re-
: traditions.
A call to return
to the Ji w ish
fold, to return
to our God and
at the outsel of loiah and its ideals is the mes-
sage that the New Year brings
Prom every corner of the globe "s- l'1 Parenta <" return together
. ,. ... "'il'' their children to the high
eai I rom our brethren in ills-
aims and ideals ol oui faith, is
v a time such as this, the clarion call of the Shofar. that
when we hear the sail turns played awaken- and summons US to a. -
Jewish symphony the world tion on the New Year. This old
we must demonstrate to the Hebrew way of life for us that are
: our loyalty to our faith and Jews, i- the good way, the only
to in |.....pie. We must rid our- way. The hearts of our people
of the false philosophy that can only be reached in the trudi-
embraced Jewish life in the tional way; fragrant with sanctity
umber of years. The philos- of bygone ages, consecrated by
which is so eloquently ex- the meat souls that have breathed
I by the old mother in '"The then best into om holy faith.
e of Rothschild," "It seema Theii ideals must bring us togeth-
that only war and pogroms bring er, not wars and pogroms!
The Modern City
If anyone were to ask what the
Intend to do in Palestine.
what niaiinei of economic and po-
litical order, what manner of so-
cial and cultural strueture they
hop,, in set up as the goal of their
aspirations, the most tangible an-
swer would be the all-Jewish city
"i l'l Aviv. Not by theorizings,
disputations, or rhapsodic solilo-
quies, but by the concrete facts and
statistics of the origin, growth and
>pment of Tel Aviv would the
skeptic and agnostic be persuaded
of the full significance of the re-
turn of the .lews t Palestine.
r'or Tl-] Aviv, whose twenty
fifth anniversary is being celebrat-
ed this year, epitomizes the crys-
tallization of the strivings of the
Jewish upbuilding of Palestine.
Within the rather small area of
this only all-Jewish city in the
world are joined together the re I
ization in a minor scale of the eco-
nomic, social and cultural ambi-
tions of the Jews in Palestine. Like
an experimental station ill which
the elements are carefully isolated,
observed and combined. Tel Avh
ha< brought into being a model ed-
ucation system, model homes,
model factories, model streets,
model workers' clubs and organi-
zations, a model theatre and 1
model government that foreshadow
the future of Palestinian life. Thus.
has it become a show window for
the outside world, a herald of the
new order that is to be throughout
Palestine.
The beginning; of thi- city which
today contains one-third of the
260,000 -lews in Palestine, were oh
cure and modest. In 1909, whin
a handful of pioneering Jewish
business men and merchants then
conducting their business in Jaffa,
launched the project of establish-
ing the city of Tel Aviv, it waa
an uninviting sandhill, deserted,
barren. It was the plan of this
far-reaching group to create a
suburb or garden city to house
their families and form the nu-
cleus of a Jewish city that would
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DAVID I.
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And Daughter
GOLDIE TAMARA
W ish for all Jewry and par-
ticularly the members and
officers of Beth Jacob Con-
gregation, Miami Peach, a
Happy and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
J. FALK
and
LOUIS (Pop) GERSON
CITY HALL GARAGE
Collins Ave. at 12th St.
Phone .",-1922
i oinpleii Automotive Service
Wish All a Happy New Year
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and
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124-428 Collins Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
wish for All Jewry a Happy and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
ACTIVITIES WIDENED
AT VKSHIVA COLLEGE
Yeshiva College will begin its
-VI nlh academic year on Septem-
'"i 16, with its scope of activity
extended at the request of Jew-
ish organization and with many ad-
ditional parents interested in the
general education of their children,
it was announced Friday.
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of
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for
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May the New Year He Replete With
Health, Happiness and Prosperity
For All Our Jewish Friends
THE WILLIAM PriNN HOTEL
K. II. GRIFFITH, Mgr.
Washington Avenue at Sixth Street
MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
THE PEOPLE'S GAS CO.
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
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Florida's Foremost Kosher Butcher
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Page Eight
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. September 7. 193.

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ABOUT HONEY AND
THE RAM'S HORN
A Story for Children
When you hear the shofar blow,
- iiinds weird, doe
tcpu- i> awe-inspiring
us:
'Think! This is a solemn mo-
ment. Israel 1- gathered in the
pri sence of God!"
When we hear it blown in the
-> nagof u< u temple, on Sew
morning, we feel thrilled
and vvondei at it, Th( n a much
to wonder at!
next the oldest
il instrument in the world.
11 : pipe is mi
It i- perhaps the onlj one that has
aim d unimpi oved up to I
day. Its wild try, multiplied
mendously by the echoes from
surrounding mountains, 1
through the ears of Israel when
Mount Sina with flat
and smoke, and the Law was g
That is why
iusi if tin holy memories
ed with it th
never day.
They ma
"il tin oul li There an

the insidethe of produc -
inn hi sound,
>m what n thi day
VI aln 1 hi thousand j
Honey is still th .,-
it was in tl the 1
It wa ng of I
rid It v

B
thi Gi R

it thi .
Sugar arrived
' I iropc and Wtsteri Vsia |uite j
\\
iut four ".
hui ars.
So the ' Veai 's eve
is thi ildest foi andy. To
i>ui ancient
the f happiness and well-
that .- whj :
that it should the h
day and supper. Tiny cho 1
j they hoped for
in thi 1 lining y< ar. And thej
it. Palestine was a land
of pastures, with plenty of flow-
foi the wild bees. Honeycomb'i
was found in the crevices of rocks,
in hollow tree trunks, and hang-
ing from the branches.
I'll tell you another plea-ant
thing about honey. It ii whole-
some and at gTOOd for you ai med-
icine. Doesn't it cheer you up t(
isn't it'-' Us know that not everything that's
It calls to ~'""1 ''"' >'"" taBtes li:"1''
THEN AND NOW
The modern woman, who is anx-
ious to be well groomed and fault
lessly turned out while yet spend
ing a minimum of time before the
mirror, who hunts for face .ream-
that do their work not only 1
tively hut quickly, can hardly im-
ir- her -
of pa.-t da) s devoted
of ma lUtiful,
A'hat many strangi
they employed to enhance
I'harn
If wi ould turn hack th< wheel
of time and transport oui
Pales)
timi the glor) of -
.
fade ai
which e!.
feat and the 1
the 1 world
iys a luxury and an el< -
n ou
sophist
Thi H
her girdle, a box that contained
gweet smelling essences and oint-
ments, ami mat enveloped her in a
fragrant aura.
No wonder that the Prophet
Amos thundered his defamations
Ht hor and denounced her in a
iage which would hardly
stand modern censorship. And yet,
when the end came and the nation
Was invaded by the enemy, those
earne luxurious, spojed women,
win, seemed only to live for pleas-
ure and elegance, displayed a won-
derful heroism and foUghl like
lionesses to protect their children.
Then it became apparent that all
this extravagance was only an out-
thing, something superimposed
their real nature. Below this
alien layer there remained, then.
as now. the ancient racial virtui .
the truly sterling qualities of th,
Jewish Woman.
A HELPFUL INDEX
A competent physician told nit
recently that as a rule the young
woman who smokes excessively
neurotic.
If I were a young man in ,iui...
Of a wife I should s|,,,.,. ,.|,,ar .
the neurotic. Accordingly, ,,;.
arette smoking has its advantage!
in some instances. It i> ;, helpfu]
index of character and constitu-
tion.- Dr. Alex Lyons.
A HAPPY NEW "> EAR
GULF STREAM ICE CO.
2078 N. W. 7th Ave.
LOl'IS HA^ MAN
( a.uoi ill Beth David Synagog
f thos ua) woi' .1 compli-
.,-. J I ettc of choice materials.
silks, f nest linen, bro-
il ith gold and silver threads
the tissues, wen- none
too costly for her. She usually
fum< box hanging from
Sincere Wishes
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
I'sc sheii Metal for Beaut) and Permanence
Moore's Roofing and Sheet Metal
Works
Ni'i N Miami Ave
Phone 2-3566
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PICTORIAL CENTRE,
Inc.
I Is N. E. First Ave.
Souvenirs, Postcards and
Sovell n -
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAh
Best Wishes for a Harpy New Year to Our
Jewish Friends
Melrose Nursery & Soils Co.
A Complete Nursery
MTtSERY AND OFFICE2741 N. \V. 27th Ave.

GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY SEW YEAR
FLASH EXPRESS &
STORAGE CO., INC.
2"l S. W. First Court
Phone 2-4836
A Professional
Friend
DADE ABSTRACT TITLE CO.
GRAY GRIFFITH, Mgr.
-57 N. E. First St.
Phone 2-7666
"Ii' id Most Complete Title Plant in Dade County"
: .
MR. VXD MRS. JONAS BEHRMAX
nf the
MIAMI PAPER COMPANY
MIAMI LEATHER COMPANY
:t:t N. W. TENTH STREET
I tend to All Patrons and Friends Wishes for a
A HAPPY NEW YEAR




May you be blessed with true happiness
and a measure of wealth, and be enabled
to do your part in the work of evolution
of the coming yearthrough which each
of us serves not only himself, but also the
great God in whom we live, move and have
our being.
Again, a Happy New Year!
%\\t itiiamt Hi era ll>
Florida's Most Important Newspaper
FRANK B. SHUTTS, Publisher


Friday- September 7, 1934
THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
!'age Nine
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I
n every land and in
every age since the dawn of histo7v
the Jewish people have contributed
their share towards the upbuild-
ing of humanity. Much of the suc-
cess of present day civilization is due
to the contributions of these undaunted
people in every land and clime, de-
spite persecution and oppression .
. Among the greatest achievements
of the Jewish people has been the pres-
ervation of their habits, customs, reli-
gion and literature, through all ages,
among many nations ... an achieve-
ment unparalleled by any other people
in history.
It is our privilege to say
L'SHONO TOVA
T I K 0 S A V U
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Make the New Year Count
A New Year's Message
By RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
Beth David Congregation
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May I extend the seasonal
greetings"L'shona Tovah" .
"A Happy New Year" to my co-
religionists and friends of Greater
Miami. I take
it for granted
that all of you
know the pur-
pose of this
g I < a t New
Year's Day, and
understand its
i in 11 1 i cations.
You will come
into the sysna-
gogue, burdened
with the con-
ge i 0 usness of
sin, and seeking
pardon from the
A 1 m i g h t y
through confes-
sion and peni-
tence. That all
of us are sin-
everywhere and reach peacefully
the shores of its happy destination.
We can produce a golden era
for Judaism in Miami if we could
o p drifting
and begin to di-
rect, to act pru-
dently and for-
get our petty,
p u n y. selfish
d i f f e r ences.
There is nothing
new in our con-
tinuance of bad
old habits and
ways. But it
would be new
and wondrously
fine, were we
"Elders" to set
our "Youth" an
r, x a m p 1 e in
faithfulness, C0-
P e r a tiveness
that would fire
their admira-
ners, more or less, none will dis- tlon; were we to demonstrate by
pute. That all of us will really be ,,, |jvea the sincere faith that is
moved to come to the synagogue wjth|M m ,,. W(. ,,,,..jn. Ih(. ..M1W-
by the purpose of the day, that all
year to be a "happy" one
of us will be truly penitent, and
humbly desirous to confess and "* we a Jew.sh ideal and love
atone for our sins ... is not quite it because we believe in it, be-
so indisputable. Whatever may eauw we contribute to life through
be the motivating impulse that it. It was Simeon, the Righteous,
will bring you to the House of of Talmudic fame, who taught that
God remember there is the world depends for its happi-
but one thing that is tolerable on nesa on three thing.-: Torah or re-
Rosh Hashono, and that is: lion- ligion, service, not only a remu-
esty clean, simple, undefiled nerative one, but for the cause of
honesty ... in heart, in soul, in Israel; and the doing of merciful
mind, in prayer and in desire. If deeds.
there can be the greatest of sins wlu.n Wl, BhaU i,,.,.,,,,,,. aware of
added to your present catalogue olll. responsibility .if working one
of sins, it is when you would at- wjtn another harmoniously, by
tempt to dissimilate and to deceive, mitigating the sufferings of our
to hide evil under a pretense of tl.il,,w Jews in bigoted countries,
good, to cloak moral foulness with |,y ,lU1. sharing life with others and
the white garment of a pretended jjving for them as well as with
piety. them we shall know a "Shono
Let us in all sincerity make the Tovah," a year in which goodness
Jewish year 5G'J5 a "new" and will predominate and through it
"happy" one. Let us forgive and we shall experience a year, both
forget wrongs committed one to new and happy.
another, and be resolved to stand Then, indeed, God will bless us
I ready at our posts of duty: let us "Bakol," with everything, with ma-
work together for the cause of Is- terial riches and spiritual wealth,
ra I the ship of Israel will prevail over vigor; above all, with the vision
the storm of raging anti-Semitism thai Israel's cause shall never fait
THE MODERN CITY
fore. What is most significant is
that Tel Aviv, which got its name
(Continued from Page 7) of "Hill of Spring" only fifteen
serve to protect the Jewish popula- years ago. has assumed a promi-
tion by concentrating it in one nent role in the present influx of
closely knit community, and stim- German Jews as the training sta-
ulate the growth of Jewish cul- tion for new arrivals. Tel Aviv
ture through independent activity ha- become a melting pot in which
and development. the immigrant can cast off the
How the small garden suburb de- alien and clashing elements of his
veloped into a town, what diffi- former enevironment. Tel Aviv
culties it faced under the Turk- ha- become a rich inspiration to
during the World War. how the the newcomer, instilling in him
various "aliyahs" increased its the idealism and fai h required for
population manifold has been re- the pioneer, by placing before him
counted on numerous occasions be- I (Continued on I'age 10)
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAH
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Page Ti n
THE IKWISH PL0RID1AN
Friday, September 7, 1934
TAMPA NOTES
Nathan Poller will sunn leave
for a trip to Chicago, Now York
and Baltimore. While on the trip
Mr. Abe Poller will be in charge
of the business.
Mr. Louis Schonbrun, a recent
law graduate, arrive,l hen to be
gin the practice of law.
will preach 011 "A Religious Sur-
vey." The Rabbi will chant the
Musof services and will be assisted
by a trained choir <>f school chil-
dren under his direction chanting
tin' traditional prayers. Mr. A.
Rothblatl will conduct the Shachris
es and will sound tin Shofar
during the holidays.
Rosh Hashono si rvici a
gin at Rodoph Sholom Synagogue
Sunday evening, September '.'. a
o'clock. Monday morning
-or. ..'. B 1'clock. Rabbi
Adolph Burger will preach on "The
Jewish Problem." On Tuesday
morning services begin at 8 o'clock
and the R I preach on "Zion-
Rabbi Burger will lead the
. a.-sisted by a choir, and
Mr. David St< in ill chant the
Shachris si n ices.
Mrs. Rene Krauss, formerly Rene
1I siting her
mother, Mrs. J. Gordon, hi 1
l i : ta ..-' Club, composed
of young Jewish men of this ty,
;. ed an extensive fisl
ovi 1 Labor Day holidaj.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. h...
turned from a trip which I
them Kansas, Illinois, Tennes-
[ndiana and Georgia.
If you have a kind word say :t;
Throbbing hearts soon -ink to
ll" you owe a kindness pay it:
- -.m hurries to the VVi sr.
Day for deeds arc few. my bi
Then todaj mr vow;
> helji anothei.
Do I dream do i: now
Mr. and Mr-. Moses Pallot
and
BRIDGE BAR
156 w. Plagler St.
V I:.--
\ II VIM'V NEW VEAK
U UiHI A. S. WIESEL
Cantor Miami Jewish Orthodox
Mr. and Mrs. Adam \\
turned this week \ weeks'
stay m Hendersonville.
THK JACOBSKIND FAMILY
and the
SEABOARD SANITARY DAIRY
Producers Wish I iliami and Miami Beach and All Israel
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ST. peterswim; notes
Rosh Hashono services at Tem-
ple Bi th BI wi eg Sunday
night at 8 o'clock whei Ra R
enblatt will ; "TI e I
of the H ning
n at 10:30 o'clock with
a < rmon by the Ral bi on "How
Shall VV< Walk l pether?"
With Holy Da: r- -
. ities at Beth El Temple
will Ra Ml m. Rosenblatt
will t all congregati
ind be in charge of the re-
ius school. Junioi Ii> th Kl, u
you: jue, will begii
Mrs. M. Goodkind
will be in charge of an enlarged
program for the activities of the
-.-': hood.
EL COMODORO HOTEL
33 S. \V. Second Ave.
Strict)} .Modern in Every Respect. Yet Reasonable
in Price at All Seasons
.'">ii ROOMS2.10 BATHS
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R sh Hashono at
Congregation B'nai Israel will be-
gin at 7:30 p. m. when Rabbi Klein-
t'eld will preach on "The Passing
r*ears and Greeting the New
Year." Monday morning the serv-
ices begin at lock and the
Rabbi will pn .. "A Vision of'
Life." Tuesday morning thi R 1

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The Sungas Co.
1 100 W. Hauler St.
Phone 2-3811
Extend to All Their
Jewish Friends and
Patrons
Sincere Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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for a
HAPPY NEW x EAR
WALDORF'S
STAR KOSHER MEAT and
POULTRY MARKET
287 N. W. Fifth St.
Phone 3-2297
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Our Sincere Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All Our Jewish Friends



BREADS
PASTRIES CAKES '.



New York Bread & Cake Co.
.Mr. and Mrs. I. Scholnik
George Scholnik
171 S. W. xth St.
162 N. W. .1th St.
Phone 2-7852
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NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
to Our
MANY
FRIENDS
Mumis Busiest!
An-rri(.is I jrj-c-,1
RED CROSS!
DRUG
DEPARTMENT
STORE
SIE.FIdgler
.4
OUR SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO THK IKWISH PEOPLE OF
MIAMI
PIGGLY WIGGLY
Owned and Operated by l.oaal People
EAST COAST FISH MARKET
West Flagler Street
AT THE BRIDGE
Extends to All Jewry Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
THK OFFICIALS AND PERSONNEL

Phone 2-.-)lll
Extend Host Wishes for a Happy New Year
KING FUNERAL HOME
29 N. W. Third Ave.
Phone 2-3535

Extends to Its Many Jewish Friends
Sincere Wishes for a
Very Happy and Prosperous New Year
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Friday. September 7, 1934
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Eleven
THE JEW IS NOT SELFISH!
A New Year Message From
RABBI s. M. MACHTBI
Founder and Director of The Radio Bynagog
The Hijrh Holy Day ritual is one
f the stronjr arguments against
the charga of Jewish clannishness
mid selfishness, a charge that can
;,. made only by those ignorant of
Jewish thought. But, since there
.,,,. go few, outside of the Jewish
fold, who know Judaism, and since
we have no foundation upon which
to base malice in these accusations,
|t behooves US to acquaint the un-
learned of the true attitude of .lu-
daism towards the Gentiles.
Jeh ..ah is not a tribal deity, but
rather the Father of all creatures.
On Hush Hashonoh and Yom Kip-
pur uc read, during the prayer
service" and all Wrjfl enter the
world thou dost cause to pass be-
fore thee ." God judges all
mankind. Therefore, in the Temple
service, sacrifices were offered, in
atonement tor the sins of all na-
tions. Can there be a greater, a
more sincere display of interest in
the well-being ..f the human fam-
ily? Can that he the act of a clan
nish people? Is that the trait of
a selfish group?
On tiles,- Holy Days the Jew
thinks not of himself alone, lie in-
eludes hi- brother man in his pray-
ers. The .low i- C0n8Ci0US of the
interdependence of men and na-
tion-. He is aware that a loving
and wise father endo\v> all his
children with like fortunes. II,.
may he more critical of 0ne than
of another. Km, nlv for that child's
welfare.
And, when assembled in our
Synagogues and Temples, uniting
in pray,,, lei u- be mindful that
"He prayeth ix-st, who loveth hot
All things both great and small;
For- the- dear Cod who loveth US,
He made and loveth all."
Lakeland Notes
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder
and director of the Radio Syna-
iroir. will officiate at Lakeland.
Kla.. during the coming High Holy
Days. H,. will leave for Lakeland
immediately after the broadcast
this Sunday. During his stay there
Ihe will he the house nuest of Mr.
and Mrs. Meyer II. Cohen.
The Jewish community a! Lake-
land wa- organized little more than
a year ago through the initiative
of Mr. Meyer H. Cohen and with
the assistance of Rabbi Adolph
Burger of Temple Rodeph Sholem,
Tampa, who is president of the
Florida State Conference of Or-
thodox and Conservative Rabbis.
The Lakeland congregation has
been addressed by both Rabbi Bur-
ner and Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld of
St. Petersburg, on several occa-
sions.
In the short time of its exist-
ence, the congregation has pur-
chase,! and equipped a synagogue,
has organized a Sunday school and
a week day religious school, meet-
ing twice weekly, and has plans for
the erection of a community cen-
ter for its social activities.
Rabbi -Machtei is due to return
from Lakeland next Wednesday
evening.
Till: TEA-KETTLES
PREJUDICED OPINION
I think the cook's the meanest
thing
She heats the egg and whips the
cream,
And warms me up when I won't
sing,
Now don't you think the cook is
mean ?
One day for the can opener she
ran.
She was going to operate on a can.
Of course the vegetables inside
Were frightened to death and
tried to hide.
The cookies in the ice-box froze,
While she went to read and doze.
One day she made the sweater die.
Ami do you think she let me cry?
Why, no indeed, she made me sing.
Now isn't the cook the meanest
thing
And when the sweater was almost
dead,
She ceremoniously dyed him red.
And
Oh, ouch Oh, she's going to make
me sing,
Now isn't the cook the meanest
thing?
THAT ALL OCR FRIENDS AND PATRONS MAY ENJOY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Is the Sincere Wish of
AUGUST BROS.
MAGIC BAKERY
861 S. W. EIGHTH STREETPHONE 2-9438
Producers of the Pineal in
RYE. VIENNA. WHOLE WHEAT. PUMPERNICKEL, ROLLS
AND BREADS OF QUALITY
r^jTrrrrriiijjjjjBl f*~ :n;:: *] [innimnrjj1 I'STrrinnrmp"!
MR. and MRS. PHILIP BERKOWITZ
and Family
EXTEND TO ALL THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS, ^
AND JEWRY IN GENERAL, BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
WE TAKE THIS OCCASION TO WISH OUR MANY FRIENDS A HAPPY
NEW YEAR AND A PROSPEROUS ONE
DO YOU KNOW THAT
We give the best
hattery service in town
We believe that good bottery ser
vice means more than occasionally
adding wa-er to the cells We know
that the right kind of service, by expon-
enced battery men. will greatly pro-
long the life of a battery
Come in, and well see thoi the
pacific grov.ty is right in all cells, cable
connections l.ght. terminals free from
corrosion, and hold do-"S tight, let
us g.ve you this money-saving serv.ee-
every two or three weeks ... It l "'~e
of cliarq* O" "r moke of ba,,C'V'
WHEN IT'S AN EXIDE
1 START
Biscayne
Oil & Supply
Co.
301 N. \V. flth Ave.
Distributors
Exide Halleries
Penn/.oil
PENNZOIL
This special motor oil costs no more than plain
oil. Yet think how much more it offers! More
speed quicker pick-up big gas savings .
better performance all around! So why be sat-
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THE JEWISH FI.ORIMAN
Friday, September 7
1934
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Announcements
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
311 Waahinfton Ave., Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi
Roh Hashi..... services will be-
gin Sunday night at 7 o'clock when
the Rabbi will preach on "The Last
Mile." Monday morning servicea
begin al 8 o'clock with the Rabbi
preaching on "Portrait of a Moth
er." Tuesday morning t In- Rabb!
will preach on "Little Man. What
now?" Cantor Rabbi Alex. S.
u | will chant the Musof serv-
ices, with Mr. William Clein
chanting the Shachris.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
139 N. W. Third Ave.
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Rosh llashono will be ushered in
Sunday night at 7 o'eloek with a
brief sermon by the Rabbi. Mon-
day morning services begin at
7:30, when Shachria will be chant-
ed by Rev. s. Goodman and the
Musaf services by Cantor Boria
Schlachman. The Rabbi will preach
in English at the morning servicea
oi "Picturea Out of the Past." In
the afternoon, following Mincha
and the Tashlich service, the Rabbi
will preach in Yiddish on "What
Doea Rosh llashono Teach Us?"
Tuesday morning services will be
featured by a sermon by the Rabbi
on "The Invisible God." Cantor
Schlachman will be in charge of all
chanting.
j in Kaplan Hall, to which all are
i invited. New Year's morning will
ho observed Monday at 10 o'clock
' when the Rabbi will preach on
"The Congregation and Religion."
At these morning services. Shop
paid Simpson, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Simpson, will be Bar
Mitzva and the parents of the Bar
Mitzva will be hosts to the wor-
shipers at a reception in Kaplan
Hall following the services. Spe-
cial children's services will be ob-
served preceding the regular .serv-
ices at !':.'!() a. m. and all members
of tlie Religious School are urtred
lo attend.
INTERESTING FACTS"
RADIO
SYNAGOG
Abraham Kaplan. Russian He-
brew writer, who died in Vienna
in is:i7. produced a book called
"Ha-ShemeBh," in which he pre-
sented reflections on the sun.
Rabbi s. M. Machtei, founder
and director of the Radio Syna-
KOg, will preach over station
WIOD at 8:45 on Sunday morn-
ing on "Salving Your Conscience."
This is the second in the series of
special High Holy Day sermons.
In addition to the si rmon -here
will be prayers, music scripture
reading and a question box. The
program will run from 8:45 a. m.
to 0:30 a. m.
Abraham Jacobi, American Jew-
ish physician, was president of the
New York Academy of Medicine
from 1885 to 1889.
Arthur Kclter established a rec-
ord for jumping on skates al Sao
Francisco in 1887.
The novels of Rachel Mironovna
Khin, nineteenth century Russian
writer, criticized the manners of
the Jews.
Jacob Lagarto, South American
rabbi and Talmudist of the
teenth century, is generally be-
lieved to have been a son of Simon
Lagarto of Amsterdam, Holland,
l.eyser Lazarus was president t There are traces of the exi
of the Jewish Theological Semi- of Jews in the town of Lecce,
nary of Breslau from 1875 to 1879. Italy, at the time of the Normans,
Rosh Hashono services will be-
gin Sunday evening at 7 o'clock
when the Rabbi will preach brief-
ly. Monday morning services lie-
gin at 7:30 o'clock and the Rabbi
will preach on "Are We Humans
Damaged?" Tuesday morning
servicea will be marked by the
Rabbi's sermon on "A Retrospec-
tion! The Year 5694: What Does
It Prognosticatt ?" Cantor Louis
Dayman will chant the Musof serv-
ice- and Mr. Louis Weinkle will
chant the Shachris, Tomorrow,
Saturday morning, Joseph Kline,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Kline,
will be Bar Mitzva. He will de-
liver a brief address following the
recitation of the Haftoro. follow-
ing which the Rabbi will speak
briefly. Immediately after the
service;) the parents of the Bar
Mitzva will be hosts at a recep-
tion in the Talmud Torah Hall.
TEMPI.E ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E. Nineteenth St.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
New Year's services will begin
at 8:15 p. m. Sunday with a ser-
mon by the Rabbi on "Rabbi and
Congregation." Following the
i the Sisterhood will be
hosts at a New Year's reception
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Friday. September 7, 1934________
THE JEWISH FLORIUIAN
Page Thirteen
The Number Seven
Although every calm Biblical
critic will sedulously keep aloof
from mystic speculations on the
hidden properties of the numbers,
It cannot be denied that in the sa-
ered volume some numbers pre-
dominate, which bear a holy and
religious character. Among these
the number seven ranks first. Its
frequent, almost regular repetition
cannot be accidental. The seventh
day is th,. Sabbath, the seventh
year the Shemittah, or the Sab
oath of the fields; after seven
times seven yean the jubilee, or
the perfect restoration of the
original condition, of property en-
sue ; the seventh New moon is
the "day of the sound of the
trumpet," or the "day of remem-
brance"; the seventh month is al-
most entirely occupied with the
holiest festivals; Passover lasts
Beven days, and on every day a sac-
rifice of seven lambs was offered;
-even days was the feast of Tab-
ernacles and seven weeks lie be-
tween Passover and Pentecost;
-even days the young animals re-
mained with theier mothers before
they were fit for firstling offer-
ings (Exod. xxii, 29); the circum-
cision was performed after full
-even days from the birth; seven
days was the legal duration for
many l.evitical lustrations; during
seven days the priests were ini-
tiatede; seven times the blood was
sprinkled at important evpiatory
sacrifices; seven days lasted the
' mourning for the dead (Gen. 50,
1"); seven days also the marriages
[(Judg. xiv, 12); seven animals
.Were in primeval times presented
"ii solemn occasions, as alliances
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5695
the sacred word "oath" (Sh'bua)
is etymologically connected with
number seven (Sh'ba); symbolical
actions are repeated seven times
(I Kings 18, 43; II Kings v, 10-14;
Com. Gen. iv, 15; Ezek. 39, 9; xl,
22, etc.); the mark of the highest
reverence was a sevenfold pros-
tration (Ex. HIS, :(); and a progeny
of seven children was considered
a peculiar blessing (I Sam. ii, r>;
Jer. xv, 9; Job i, 2); seven was, in
fact, frequently used as a num-
ber- signifying many in general;
(Deut. 28, 7; Judg. xv, 7-17, etc.)
Seven chief utensils were in the
Holy Tabernacle; (1) the altar of
burnt offerings; (2) the Haver;
(3) the shewbread table; (4) the
altar of incense; (5) the candela-
brum; (6) the ark; (7) the mercy
seat and the cherubim, which
formed one vessel. But even in
historical events the number seven
is very markedly obvious. Noah
took into the ark seven pairs of
every cean anima (Gen. vii, 2);
seven days before the beginning
of the deuge he was once more in-
formed of it (ver. 4); he waited
seven days after having first sent
out the dove; and when she re-
turned, seven days more (Ver 8.
10, 12); Jacob served seven years
for l.eah and seven years for Ra-
chel (Ex. xxix, 20. 27, 20); Pha-
roah dreamt of seven fat and
seven lean cows, of seven full and
of seven empty ears of corn; and
accordingly, seven years of fam-
ine ensued (Gen. xl, 1; Cf. II Sam.
jxxiv, 18; II Kings viii, 1); the
father-in-law of Moses bad seven
laughters (Ex. ii, 10), of whom
Moses selected the worthiest for
his wife; Jericho was encircled
during seven days; on the seventh
day seven priests with seven trum-
pets passed seven times around the
city, which was then only attacked
and taken (Josh, vi); Solomon fin-
ished the temple in seven years
(I Kings vi, :{K); and at its eon-
socration celebrated a festival of
the twice seven days (viii. 66). It
would be easy, by obvious combi-
nations, to increase this list con-
siderably; and we mention only
that the three patriarchs and their
four wives make te number- sev-
en, but we may distinctly call at-
tention to the fact that the three
"signs of the covenant" of Mo-
aism, Circumcision, the Passover
and the Sabbath, are all connected
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with the number seven. The same
mystic number prevails especially
in the Indian mythology; a God
shines through the world on a char-
iot drawn by seven horses; there
are seven worlds (Locas), seven
great continents (Dripas), seven
oceans; the human body consists
of seven chief members; there are
seven periods in the life of man.
But it was particularly striking
among the heathens with refer-
ence to birth, life and death. It
was believed that "the number
seven encompasses the whole ex-
istence of man in all its stages to
its very termination"; conception
is decided seven hours after the
intercourse; seven days later the
semen is enclosed in a membran-
eous vesicle, as the egg in its shell;
from seven days to seven weeks
the foetus undergoes marked
changes of developments; in the
seventh week it is perfectly formed
seventh week it is perfectly
formed; it is l'u|ly matured in
seven months; and generally sees
the light of day after 27:$ or after
.'('. times seven days; seven hours
after the birth of a child, it is
possible to decide whether it will
live; the seventh day after this
period, when the navel drops off,
is particularly dangerous to the
infant, which previously "resem-
bled" a plant rather than an ani-
mated being; after fourteen days
it begins to turn its eyes to the
light, and. after forty-nine it no-
tices and distinguishes objects;
after seven months it gets the
first teeth, and cuts seven in each
jaw; after fourteen months it sits
upright without fear of falling;
alter twenty-one months it speaks
with distinct articulation; after
twenty-eight it stands firmly and
walks with ease; after twenty-five
it shows dislike to the milk of the
nurse, and accepts it only from
habit; in the seventh year it loses
its first and gets its second teeth.
and the pronunciation of words
becomes perfect; at the end of the
fourteenth year both boys and girls
enter the period of puberty, the
former becoming capable of gen-
eration, the latter beginning to
have their menses; at the age of
twenty-one the young man has a
fully developed beard, which then
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, September ?,
1934

MAY WE LEARN THE LESSON
A New Year Message From
REV. B. SAFER
Congregation Ohev Sholom, Orlando. Florida
The portions of the Torah which
we are directed by the Rabbis to
read on both days of Rosh Ha-
shono give expression to the yearn-
ing which animated the life of the
first nf Israel's patriarchs. Abra-
ham. Have you aver asked your-
self why it is that on both days
of Rosh Hashono we are told to
nail of Abraham's two sons, Isaac
and Ishmael? Why is it that we
do not read of the great patriarch,
Jacob, Or Of the life of Moses, the
greatest of all sons of Israel? The
answer is simple: our sages desired
to impress upon us, on these im-
portant days in the life of the Jew,
the seriousness of the problem that
hag confronted the Jew from his
very birth down to the present
time. The great problem that has
ever confronted us has been to find
our heir ... a spiritual heir .
to carry on the work of the fa-
thers, to perpetuate the cause of
God. "What canst thou give me,
as long as I am childless'.'" Abra-
ham's cry to God has been re-
echoed by every generation. Of
what value be gold or silver which
we accumulate, or the powers and
privileges which we may possess,
so long as we are childless, so long
BS we leave none behind us to carry
on the work that has been the glory
of our life. And Abraham sought,
prayed and yearned for a child. At
the behest of his good wife, the
kindly Sarah, Abraham marries
Hagar, and thus there is born a
son, Ishmael, which event brings
joy to the old father. Now, surely,
he will not be disappointed. And
when God assures him that Sarah
will yet give birth to a son. Abra-
ham cries out, "Would that Ishmae
shall live before thee." However,
Ishmael's life is a bitter disappoint
ment an archer, and a mighty
hunter, one to whom the bow and
arrow is all but, strange to
the spiritual desire of old Abra-
ham. One to inherit his material
: SSI --ions, his wealth, perhaps .
but his spiritual and God-serving
ideals not Ishmael. And Ab-
raham again cries out: "If this ia
what thou givest me. it is better
that I go childless."
But when God has fulfilled His
promise and Isaac is born, then
life take- on another aspect for
Abraham. Isaac, the son of Sarah,
resembles Abraham ... in manner
and deed ... in ideals and actions
. thus there is a true and worthy
heir to Abraham.
And so we are commanded to
read again this age-old story on
the first days of the New Year
. that we, too, may realise the
necessity for heirs not merely
to inherit our wealth and worldly
possessions, but to be true heirs of
everything worthy in Jewish life.
May the New Year bring to li-
the realization that we must bo
conduct ourselves and so train our
children, that we shall, like Abra-
ham of old. be blessed with heir-
like Isaac.
The Jewish Exhibit
Much credit i- due Dr. I.ouis L.
Mann, rabbi of Sinai Temple, and
Dr. Gerson B. Levi, rabbi of Isaiah
Israel Temple of Chicago, for
their diligence and labor in coin
piling such an interesting booklet
as "The Jewish Exhibit" in the
Hall of Religion of a Century of
Progress, When I first read of
the Hall id' Religion I wondered
what the Jewish contribution
would be like. After perusing the
booklet by Rabbis Mann and Levi
I am satisfied that the Jewish peo-
ple can feel grateful that the fac-
tual information displayed at the
exhibit will reflect much credit
and distinction upon them.
i The "Jewish Exhibit" which, by
the way, ought to be owned by
every Jew, presents a dramatic
survey of contributions by the .leu
to civilization. I have not as yet
-ceil the exhibit, but it is a pleas-
ure that I hope to achieve before
the close of the Century of Prog-
ress which has attracted millions
of people to Chicago. I am in-
formed by those> who have' been
there that there are murals on
the walls of the exhibit, depicting
the ideals of Judaism as given by
prophet, sage and seer. The Jew
i- shown in the fields of art, mu-
sic, literature', medicine, philan-
thropy, world peace', care of the
sick and aged, education and eco-
nomic upbuilding. The booklet
also contains the' photographs of
Mime of the' articles of modern anil
ancient art. books, old anil new,
items of a devotional nature, anil
ceremonial objects which are on
display at the exhibit.
Dr. Mann writes to say that in
order to give- the booklets as wide
a circulation as possible, a nomi-
nal charge' of fifty cents, merely
to cover the cost of production, has
been set. If any of my teaden
desire any they can be secured at
the Jewish Exhibit in the Hall 0f
Religion or at the office of the
Jewish Exhibit Booklet Committee
77 W. Washington, Chicago. Thesa
booklets are very serviceable for
holiday greetings anil may be used
for this purpose in lieu of the
usual cards with stereotyped
phrases. "Not only are these book-
lets in keeping with the spirit o:
the holidays," Dr. Mann writes'
"but they possess a permanent in'
terest. A booklet of this sort ha-
a value that does not depend mere,
ly on the shifting current outlook,
but serve's as an historical record
of the exhibit of a deathlen
people."
Jews Threaten German Rabbi
BerlinBerlin Jewry is in an
uproar over a death warning re-
ceived by Rabbi Prinz, prominent
Zionist, from the league of Na-
tional German Jews, an extremist
assimilationist group. In a let-
ter to Rabbi Prinz a spokesman
for the league warned him that he
would be shot "like a dog" if hi
did not stop his attacks on the
league and leave Germany,
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Wish All Their Relatives ami
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mell
and Son
Wish All Their Relative- ami
Frienels
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller
Wish All Their Relative and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I.ouis Miller
of the Mayfield Court Apartment!
Wi.-h All Their Relatives and
Frienels
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzcr
anel Family
Wish All Their Relatives ami
Frienels
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Judge M. Victor Miller
Wishes All His Relative- ami
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Carrie Miller
and Family
Wishes All Her Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oliphant
and Son, Elmer
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


Friday. September 7, 1934
lovtes*
Sylvia Sidney and Fredric
March, first-line stars in their own
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Fifteen
"Good Dame," producted by B. P.
Schulberg, coming on Sunday and
Monday to the Tivoli Theatre.
Miss Sidney play, the part of
Lillie Taylor, stranded chorus girl,
win. is fore,.,] i join a carnival
company in order to earn money
enough to get out of town.
Her money has been stolen by a
confederate of Frederic March,
gambler, grifter, wise-guy and
"had" boy, especially where Wom-
en are conci rned.
What love doc- to this coupl
make a very amusing and enter-
taining picture.
lack LaRue, Noel Fiance.-.
Kathleen Burke, Bradley Page an I
William Famum make up the sup
porting cast.
lishment and who springs from
the earth, returning to it in a
single generation.
Miss Gaynor's diversification of
roles has covered everything from
so on down the line. Her varie-
gated parts add up on amazing
cosmopolitan total.
right, are being co-starred in the
Paramount dramatic romance,
As Joanna in "Carolina" a Fox
picture, coming Sunday and Mon-
day to the 7th Avenue Theatre,
Miss Gaynor will be -ecu as the
daughter of a Southern settle ,
who introduces tobacco to th.
South. The difference between
this type, and the farm girl of
"State Fair" is almost the differ-
ence he: ween modern and old-fash-
ioni d farming. She is a young
girl in a world filled with a radio.
electrical machinery ami conven-
iences, and the other a youngster
who lives on a pioneering estab-
it
German housewife in Murnau's
"Sunrise," to the girl of the
French slums in "7th Heaven."
She ha- been an Italian waif in
"Street Angel," a trapeze perform-
er in "Four Devils," a Dutch girl
in "Christina," a New York tene-
ment girl in "Sunny Side Up," and
THE NEW YEAR
New Year dawn what will
bring?
Breezes that will blow away
Darkling clouds that hide the day.
Sunshine brightly glistening?
Will it banish sorrow's tears.
Hearts that heavy burdens bear.
Misery and dull despair,
Heritage of former years'.'
Will its message joyous be?
Will the tyrant's iron bands
Fall from off the captive's hands?
Will the chosen be set free?
New Year dawn God urant it
bring
Solace to each downcast soul,
And as clouds of darkness roll.
Sun with healing on its wings.
Discovers Peritonitis Vaccine
ToledoDr. Bernhait Steinberg,
35-year-old Jewish pathologist at
Toledo hospital, has discovered a
vaccine which has been 10 Oper
cent successful in more than 1,1)00
cases, Physicians in other cities
who have used the vaccine report-
ed 99 per cent successful results.
South African Rabbi Wins
I.ibel Suit Against
Anti-Semites
JohannesburgRabbi Abraham
Levy of the Port Elizabeth Syna-
gogue won a civil judgment for
$8,!)00 against three leaders of the
Gray Shirts, anti-Semitic Fascist
organization, when the South Af-
rican supreme court decided Rab-
bi Levy's defamation suit in his
favor. The basis for the suit was
the publication by Harry Victor
Inch, Johannes Strauss von Molt-
ke and David Hi rmanus Olivier
of a document allegedly stolen
from Rabbi Levy's congregation
and which purported to reveal the
details id' a world-Jewish plot. Af-
ter more than two weeks of hear-
ings and four weeks of delibera-
tion the court handed down a 130-
page opinion which said that the
so-called document was an obvious
forgery. The court also declared
that Inch's testimony was false.
The case had elicited widespread
interest in South Africa because
the content- id' the forged doCU-
men were made the basis for an
intensive ant-Semitic campaign.
The outcome of the case has given
Fascism and anti-Semitism in
South Africa a terrific setback.
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Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Ida Optner
and Son
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pallot
and Daughter
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. t'has. Peretzman
and Family
V\ -n All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. William Robinson
President Beth
David Sisterhood
Wishes All Members
and Her Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rot fort
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. Stein
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Rosenfeld
and Daughter
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kosen
and Family
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Simpson
and Children, Norma and Shepard
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Mary Schrebnick
and Family
of West Palm Beach
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F'riends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Samet
and Daughter
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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and Family
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F'riends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner
and Daughter
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper
and Family
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAK
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper
ami Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Robert 1. Polep
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joe I'erlman
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Mr. and Mrs. Dan B. Buskin
and Family
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Miss Sarah Shochet
Wishes All Her Relatives and
F'riends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin
and Family
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz
and Family
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rappaport
and Family
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. Rose
and Sons
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F'riends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. .1. Rabinowiti
ami Family
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. II. Rayvis
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seitlin
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. Silver
and Family
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Mr. and Mrs. Max Shenkman
and Family-
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shindel
and Family
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F'riends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle
and Family
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F'riends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Weinberger
and Daughter, F^lsie
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Mannie Wesson
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Ihe Misses Ray U. and Esther V.
Shochet
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F'riends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. P. Scheinm-rtr
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin
and Family
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Frederick K. Shochet
Wishes Ail His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silver
and F'amily
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F'riends
A HAPPY NEW YF:AR
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Simon
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. I annenbaum
and Family
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F'riends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Tobin
and Family
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F'riends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. W. I William-
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr-. Sol Weinkle
and Family
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F'riends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat. L. Williams
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F'riends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. IIamid Tobin
and Son
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. IIj man Traeger
and F'amily
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F'riends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack W ucher
and F'amily
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Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Zalka
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


I'aire Sixteen
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, September 7,
1931
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The Number Seven
ceases to grow in length; at
twenty-eight his body has attained
its greatest height, which never
exceeds -even feet; at thirty-five
the man is in the plenitude of his
vigor, which remains on the whole
stationary to the forty-second
year, when his faculties are high-
est, and fit him alike for action
and counsel: then his strength di-
minishes, at first slowly till his
forty-ninth year, then more per-
ceptibly: and as B rule he reaches
the limit of his life in his seven-
tieth yearf. Again, the seventh
day marks the crisis for most dis-
eases; man lias seven great in-
ternal and seven other vital or-
gans: his body consists of Beven
substances and of three times
seven limbs: his head, the seat of
divine intelligence, has seven aper-
tures; he dies after seven hours
of suppressed breathing and after
as many days of hunger. More-
over, seven stars form the con-
stellations of the Great and the
Little Bear of the Pleiads; there
are .-even planets and Seven heav-
enly circles: summer solstice takes
placi when the sun passes the
seventh sign after the winter sol-
stice, viz., from Capricorn to Can-
cer, and conversely; the moon
compKtes her revolution round the
earth in four times seven days;
and twenty-eight is the sum of
the numbers from l to 7; the duty
or the soul of the world itself
originated in this number, which
is hence designated "tin- Wrier-
able." the "sovereign regulator of
the human fabric." the "perfect
number" or the "key to nearly all
things."
THE BOSH HASHONAH
MESSAGE
Prepare to meet thy God, O Is-
rael. Amos iv., 12.
For He is come to judge the
earth;
lie will judge the peoples with
equity.
Psalms xcviii., 9.
Say among the nations: "The
Lord reigneth."
The world also is established that
it cannot be moved;
He will judge the peoples with
equity.
righteousness,
And the people in His faithful-
ness.
Psalms xcv.. 10-13.
I For the Kingdom is the Lord's
And Hi- is the ruler over thi na-
tions.
Psalms xxii., J'.'.
MEANING OF THE SHOFAR
The Biblical command to blow
the Shofar on New Year's Daj
has a profound meaning. It say.-:
"Awake ye sleepers, and ponder
yeour deeds; remember your Cre-
ator and go back to Him in pentl-
nence. Be not of those that miss
realities in their hunt alter shad-
ows, and waste their years in
seeking alter vain things which
cannot profit or deliver. Look
well to your soul- and consider
your acts; forsake each of you his
evil ways and thoughts, and re-
turn unto God, so that he may
have mercy upon you."
Moses Mainioniib-.
WRITTEN AND SEALED
"To be inscribed in the book of
life." This must be understood in
B spiritual sense. When a man
clinge to the love of God, and,
putting his trust in his infinite
mercy, lakes upon himself the
yoke of the Kingdom of Heaven
he therewith inscribes himself in
the Book of Life. Whereas the
man, a -lave to his passions, who
so loses his belief in the all-em-
bracing love of God that he fails
lo repent anil return to his Father
in Heaven, this despairing of the
love of God is equivalent to his
being inscribed God forbidin
the Book of Heath.
Israel Iiaalshem, 17<>0.
Policy and Aides Indicted
Again
Asheville, N. <'A second in-
dictment for violation of the
Bute's anti-"Wue-sky" laws, has
been handed up by the grand jury
here against William Dudley Pel-
ley, leader of the Silver Shirts,
and three of his aides, Don D. Kel-
logg. Robert ('. Summerville and
II. M. Ilardwicke. The indictment
is in connection with the sale of
stock in the Galahad Press. Inc.,
publisher of Liberation, which is
now in bankruptcy.
THE BEST HOLIDAYS
The best of alll holidays are those
Kept by ourselves in silence and
apart;
The secret anniversaries of the
In art,
When the full river of feeling
overflows.
Jewish Agency's Financial
Condition Good
Jerusalem The Jewish Ag< ncy
has not only met its budget but
has succeeded in paying off debts
amounting to $350,000, it has been
announced here.
Predict- Better limes for
German Jews
New York Germany will
change her anti-Jewish laws with-
in a year, is the prediction of
August Heckscher, 86-y< ar-old
philanthropist, on his return from
a visit Gei many. At Munich.
he declared, he found that the
hospital he ha sub-
al children -;ill included the
>anie Ji a .--. physi ian? as I
on its staff, although it has I -
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South African Rabbi Wins
Libel Suit Against
Anti-Seminites
Johannesburg- Rabbi Abraham
Levy of the Port Elizabeth Syna-
gogue won a civil judgment for
penitence is with us; the Fast with
lit* supreme task awaits Us. r.et
; our endeavors to see ourselves
| we really are, our sorrow for our
shortcomings, the unrest of 0Ur
unshriven soul, prepare us for the
final act of atonement. The I).,
of Atonement shall lead us, uitj,
hearts bowed in submission, t0 ^
Divine throne; and Cod will |OT.
ingly lift us up. absolved, for.
given. filled with the spirit of
faith and loving obedience. Or.
shall begin to live at last, to live
before Him, to live the true ||f.
which is inspired by the ,
thought of his presence.
Morris Joseph,
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OUR DESTINY
In a higher than their literal
-cnsi the word.- of the liturgy are
true. Our destiny -our spiritual
destiny are written down on New
Viai's Day, and sealed) on the
Day of Atonement, We write it
down In the pentinince with which
we greet the dawn of the year,
we seal it with the emendment
which we solemnly vow on the
East of Kippur. The time for
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Krjd8y, September 7, 1934
The Hour Glass
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Seventeen
H\ a Weary Traveler
Time flics on, waits for none,
and a she passes through, makes
history.
The backbone of every Jewish
communit; i- its religious insti-
tution-. Here in Miami, candor
require: us in say that though
splendid in their own limited cir-
represent but a small
. of the Jewish community,
probablj not even twenty per cent
if the inhabitants. The Rabbis
nn courageous and try to
jerve, but time alone can dis-
;!.i reason.
The mother synagogue of all,
Beth David lias in the past sev-
eral years undergone a metamor-
Young men are directing
its shii : Btate. Where to? .
A young energtic Rabbi, who is
i by the larger part of its
membership, and who attends as-
siduously to his duties. Its Ladies'
Auxiliary, nme again active, after
Having -ailed through a storm of
conflicting ambitions, is, it seem-,
th sea.
Temple Israel, with the same
al its head quietly endear-
ing to overcome the burdens of
days, have raised funds to
ami. we hope, defi-
assuage the demands of
olders and creditors. Its
pite the lack of co-op-
ni his members gen-
wally, attempts single-handedly to
instill some feeling of religion
amiine. :. flock. Saturday serv-
es, 'Hilary to even Reform
are still lacking. Why
tune alone can tell. Its Sil
lodding along and pro-
icsultsperhaps its new
'"ll1- will accomplish what oth-
fa led.
Jacob Congregation .
a lack of leadership among
ts laymen the inclination to
WO men .any the bur-
' evident fear of cer-
hamper its prog-
r0M- Nnancially, i, need have no
Worries the tourists take good
c-e of that problem. A new and
young man is it, spiritual head
'"' leBve8 "" stone unturned
'" helP Hock along. Here, too
"- ( a"t'"' can be counted a,
all times to put his shoulder to
the wheel for his congregation. Its
l;;"1"- Auxiliary probably
the wcake-t in the entire state
Why? '"
The youngest of the religious
institutions, the Miami Jewish Or
thodox Congregation small in
numbers a group of men who,
despite all discouragement and
obstacles, slowly progress and fi-
nancially and morally rank high
in every particular. ,\ young man
as it- spiritual leader who carries
aloft proudly the banner of tra-
ditional Jewry an.l who has
the full hearted support of hi- of-
ficer- and members. A Ladies'
Auxiliary who rank probably as
the most efficient and willing
group in the entire area. Pew in
numbers active and proud of
its accomplishments.
Perhaps unique is the last of
the group, properly Included in the
religious community The Radio
Synagogue Unfettered by
members and officers who attempt
to dictate the course of the spirit-
ual head remarkably effective
in bringing about a closer and
more sympathetic understanding
of Judaism and Jews by non-Jews
. ridiculed by members of our
own faith revered and respect-
ed by men high in the communal
life of the city at large Its
future'.' Time alone will tell.
Throughout the state there
seems to have been a renaissance
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religiously. Lakeland organizes a
synagogue and religious school.
Tampa has the indomitable and
willing spiritual head of the Con-
servative congregation faithfully
directing the spiritual welfare of
,,:- people ... a young man leads
Reform Jewry in Tampa following
in the footsteps of an illustrious
and devoted leader in Jewry .
His father.
- Petersburg at last awakens
to its duty ... its conservative
congregation has as its spiritual
head one who knows through work
and experience how to lead ... in
the proper path of understanding
his congregation begins to
iow and the children begin to re-
ceive an education which is theirs
by right of heritage ... Its Re-
form Jews have a young man as
their head to whom Judaism is not
merely an abstract proposition .
but a vital force for good in every
city and so this city, which
once boasted of a large sign upon
the very portals of the city .
"Jews Not Wanted Here" .
may be proud of its revivification.
blando ... as its lay head a
young man to whom Jewry is not
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something to be ashamed of .
he does his part in the civic work
of the community, proud to tell all
that he is a Jew one who has
assumed the grave duty of at-
tempting to instill the breath of
life into the Jewish community of
the state as a whole Its spir-
itual leader one who, though
of the old generation, realizes and
helps forge the everlasting link'
. which will continue to trans-
mit the heritage of our people
throughout the ages.
West Palm Beach ... its Con-
servative congregation, after a trip
through a sea of tribulations .
has gradually emerged ... a lit-
tle stronger, but much wiser .
a new synagogue is built one
which we hope will make it its
purpose to serve the religious and
communal work of the community
Cont. on page 22


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and
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Producers of
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Extend to All Jewry Sincere Wishes for a
Happy and Prosperous
NEW YEAR

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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
S
Madam M. H. Rodriguez
1505 N. E. Miami Place
Perfect Maiden Hrassieres"
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T All Mv Jewish Friends:
A HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Carlos Edwards
MO [ngraham Bldg.
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
Happy New Pear
CLARK-GRIFFEN
TIRE COMPANY
V \v. Kir-! Ave.and Pint St.
TIRES TIRE REPAIRS
GAS OIL GREASE
Phone 2-8928
The Finest of Fiesh Sea Foods caught by our own boats daily at attractively
low prices. All handled in observance of Sanitary
rules and regulations.
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS.....To Our Jewish Friends
Miami Home Milk Producers Association
Raw and Pasteurized Milk-Sour Cream-Sweet Butter-Cottage Cheese
'HOME EVAPORATED MILK"
79 N. W. 18th Terrace
Phone 2-76%


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, September 7, 193,
GIVE MORE TIME!
A New Year Message
By if \ is it 1 ADOLPH BURGBB
Congregation Kudoph Sholom, Tampa, Florida
The advent of the Jewish New
Year has always been an event of
supreme importance and of sin-
gular significance in the life of
the Jew. Un-
like the civil
New Year, Rosh
Hashono is not
merely a means
for counting and
r e c o r d i ng of
time, hut it is a
day for medita-
tion, self-exami-
nation and seri-
ous reflection.
On this day we
are called upon
to search our
records as Jews
and to sc,'
whether we can
read them with-
out shame.
Sad td say
Jewish culture and Jewish ideals
which have sheltered, safeguarded
and kept him alive through the
ages.
that in this land of political and
religious freedom, the Jew is drift-
ing farther and farther from his
moorings farther and farther
from the haven of Jewish learning,
therefore, that
in conso nance
with the spirit
of Rush Hasho-
no we decide to,
and direct our
efforts in that
d i r e c t i on; to
give more time
and show more
interest in the
The synagogue
from tame im-
memorial has
in I'll the center
and source of
Jewish inspira-
tion, e w i s h
1 e a r n i ng and
Jewish activi-
ties. It is well.
synagogue, in the religious school,
and in all Jewish activities.
And because of this resolution
and action, may all of us be in-
scribed in the Hook of Life.
gether the Jewish youth, strives to
awaken and keep alive the Jewish
consciousness and to implant into
this youth the idea of unselfisT
service to the Jewish community
and Judaism at large and also to
give them an opportunity for phys-
ical development.
The "Y" benefits the community
at large serving to bring together
the elements of Jewry and to pro-
mote a better understanding be-
tween Jew and Gentile.
In short, the "V" makes of our
youth, better men. better Jews
and better citizens and in doing E
this the "Y" is of great service to =
you and your children.
Our Y. M. II. A. is doing ill =
this right now. but to make it a ;
stronger institution we must have =
the support of every Jewish per- =
sun in Tampa.
Not for many year- has there
been BUCh urgent need for the last- E
ing and worth while things in lifej =
for which the V. M. H. A. stands.' =
Depressions may wipe out bank.s
balances and real estate values,
but they cannot destroy our per-
sonal character, if we have any.
Prosperity builds fortunes the
"Y" builds character and courage.
The "Y" concentrates itself to the
task of teaching how to develop
character, faith, friendship and
courage.
It is your duty as a man and u
Jew to become a part of this in-
stitution, to strengthen your ties
with it, morally and financially,
and to take an interest in its ac-
tivities. By helping the "Y," we
help ourselves,
The "Y" has been repainted en
tirely inside, and hot and cold
shower baths provided. Separate
room for handball court built and
bowling alley refinished.
WE WANT YOUR SUPPORT
(Signed) B. J. PINMAN,
President
An Ohio onion war has been ig
and out of the news for some time
We do not know what is at steak
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Tampa Notes
and Mrs. Sol Maas. returned to her {
home last week.
Cont. on page 19
Sinci re Wishes for a
I1AITY NEW YEAR
A Plea to
Next Sunday. September 9, it rii T
11 a. m. memorial services will be 1 conducted at Myrtle Hill Cemetery ----------
by Rabbi David I.. Zielonka, Rabbi The Tampa Y. M. II. A. is prin-
"f Congregation Shaarei Zedek. cipally an institution for our
All members and friends are urged young. The "Y" by !,ringing to-
to attend.
SMITH & PORTON, Inc.
TIRES, GAS ANT) OIL
Lafayette and Florida Aves.
TAMPA. FLA.
I'hone 4860
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Distributors of
PLEE-ZING QUALITY PRODUCTS
Tampa. Florida
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R h Hashono 01 New Yi ar
services will be ushered in at Con-
gregation Shaarei Zedek Sunday
ning at s o'clock. Rabbi Zii
lonka will preach on "Yesterday
and Today." Monday morning
R -" Hashono will be observed
with services beginning at 10
o'clock, when the Rabbi will preac 1
8 sermon on "Today and Tomor-
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Poller re-
turned to the city after a com-
b ned business and pleasure trip
to Norfolk. \'a.. whl re they visit-
ed relatives, and Other points
north.
Miss Doris Strauss of New Ro-
chelle, N. Y., who was the house
guest of her aunt and uncle. Mr.
Best Wishes
For a Happy New Year
WEIRS
Cleaners & Laundry
MAIN OFFICE:
1 100 Franklin St.
TAMPA, FLA.
Stations Everywhere


'" May the New Year be replete'.
with Health. Happiness and''.
' I
Prosperity for all our Jewishkf
|j Friends.



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FURNITURE
COMPANY
Inc.
: FURNITURE FOR ANY
HOME
802-808 Florida Ave.
We Are Sincere
TAMPA, FLA.
In saying that wo wish
you not only a Happy
Now Year, hut a Happy,
Prosperous Life as well.
TAMPA
ELECTRIC
COMPANY
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Prosperous Se Year l- the Sincere \N i-h of
TAMPA BAKING CO.
SOLOMON .1. I.FVLNF and GILBERT SMITH
South Florida's Only Jewish Bakers
Makers of Rye, Pumpernickle, French Rolls and a Full
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BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Manufacturers of
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TAMPA, FLORIDA
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Friday! September 7, 1984
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
LESSONS IN SELF-RESPECT
A Rosh Hashono Message
RABBI DAVID L. ZIELONKA
Congregation Schaarai Zedek, Tampa, Florida
Aa we approach the New Year erations had passed with every ef
i, is but natural that we give ear- fort being made to erase the Jew
,,.., consideration to those factors ishnesa of their hearts, they
which have plagued the Jew and now forced by the powers of
government to
accepl the isame
Page Nineteen
in during
the p a s s i n g
months. The de-
! position
the German
jew aa a resuk
of the conscious
endeavor to
, i malicious
pro pa ga n da
i him. The
v torture
and mental an-
guish suffer* l
by thousands of
men. W 0 in e 11
and children be-
they have
committed the
crime of being
lews. All of this
treatment a -
those who jflo-
ried in their her-
and re-
mained forever
happy in their
Jewishness. The
loyal adherent
who had main-
tained his self-
respect c o u 1 d
-tan d proudly
before the ac-
cuser and an-
swer him with
straightforward
honesty and dig-
nity. The un-
faithful, the ren-
imprcssea itself indelibly upon our egade, the men or women who have
mind- and cause- US to cry out |ost their self-respect cringingly
things else be losl we must bow their heads and shamefully ad-
keep our i If respect. Losa ol self- .
1 ,.ii "'" 'h<- Jewish strain within them,
hut adds to the yoke many
ad to hear. In all probabil- We have bee" ta*ht '- never be-
ity those Who have suffered the fore that to he a Jew means for
i mortification and the nio t ever to lie a Jew. for the world will
heartbreaking experiences have ll(lt havi. it otherwi8e. If we would
been those who thoutrht themselves ., ,
live with dignity we must maintain
from the word Jew and Juda-
............;,i, ,i................;,. self-respect above all things. Re-
membering this and seeking to live
in accordance therewith we shall
-in and at one with the conception
ti le German. Though gen-
man) Happy New Years.
FAITH
weird prayers,
What i- my faith? A sorrow
What my faith? A memory Of one vasl grave on Ru a
Of Sabbath lights and hallowed plain,
., ;1I| Heaped stark against a naked sky,
... ,, i. .; Where huddle mv poor slain.
Ami two old hands iistor with
WAR
prayer.
Laid on a curly head.
What i- my faith? A fragrance ----------
of willow boughs and myrtle i am a reaper and my name is war.
leave.-. Death -talks beside me as I go
And airy Sukkahs hunt; about my way
With dried and yellow sheaves. Through serried ranks on deadly
errand bent
What is my faith? A melody And claim my prey. Of friend and
lIf Hebrew chants and strange, foe alike
* *
'" our thousands of Jewish friends we extend best
wishes for a very prosperous
and
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Maas Brothers
TAMPA, FLA.
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May All Our Jewish Friends Enjoy
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
COLUMBIA RESTAURANT
We Serve the Beat"
PRIVATE DINING ROOMS
7th Ave and 22nd St.
YBOK CITY. FLORIDA
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Besl Wishes for a Happy
New Year to Our Jewish
Friends and Patrons.
HAJOCA
CORPORATION
Tampa. I'la.
Manufacturers and
Wholesalers
Plumbing, Heating, Steam
and Roofing Materials
L, I!. THOMPSON, Manager
I lake my toll, and when my work
is done
And peace is summoned, I can
only show
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NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
HERMAN
PERLMAN
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Masury Paints
Sash & Doors
Roofing
LONDON
HARDWARE, Inc.
1 1th St. and 7th Ave.
TAMPA, FLA.
Phone V 1391
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TAMPA, FI.A.
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New Year Greetings to
Our Many Jewish
Friends ano Patrons
T. w. Ramsey
LUMBER COMPANY
Lumber. Mill work, Paint
Roofing
"Satisfied Customers Built
Our Business'
17th St. and fith Ave.
Tampa. Fla.
Phone Y 1219
A devastated land with ruined
homes
And rows of graves where wheat
fields used to be.
(Our Sincere Wishes to Our'
Jewish Friends and Patrons
for a Happy New ^ ear
Geo. Ehlenberger
& Co., Inc.
ISO N. K. SEVENTH ST.
MIAMI. II.A.
\\ holesale Distributors
Ehlendale Butter. Eggs
and Cheese
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Page Twenty
THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAH
Friday, September 7, 1934

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VISION AND FAITH
A New Year Message
Hy RABBI A. S. kl.KlNIK.il>
Congregation B'nai Israel, St. Petersburg, Florida
All the loyal households of Is- To go forward it is the messagi
rael are gathered this day in the of this New Year's day to humani
humble Synagogues or in spacious
ornate temples to observe the New
Y e a r 6696.
Wherever t h
descendants of
Abraham maj
be in tho world-
wides plat
the diaspora
they are gath-
ered today to
,i b s o r v e the
passing of time
and renew their
FAITH AND
VISION for the
year or years to
eomi. If 1 had
a voice that
could reach into
all the houses if
worship 1 would
1 epeat the words
of holy writ.
"Speak unto the
children of Is
rael, thai they
ina>
ward." W h a t
was the
cond
time? They had been rescued from
slavery and were on
'.. th and visi n
was v^ry limited. Similarly the
wol nfu and
- under su I ions
-loll
faith, men and women I
fu!'. faitl ansing powi
of truth. istici and honor can call
aloud a th the voice of God.
Why ye in despair?
to the peoples of the earth, an I
tell their, to go f
To t '' :u'1'1'
of the hour. To place our faith in
the abl< I ficient off
the American government to have
the vis thai ir and jus
. an solve the problems
and wit lith in <<
the wat ibt and
. thai the path ol tafi 1 y
ttions
may wa ice, secur
as well as to individuals. Yester
day we gave ourselves over to the
.,-1. t 1 us mem-
ories, its recol-
lections of good
and bad. of joy
and sorrow, oi
d fail-
111 1. This morn-
ing We are faC-
ird, all
should ri -
solve to face
trd. Your
f u t u r e happi-
a 11 depend
w you
will face for-
ward. YOU don''
kn > how long
you will enjoy
tin' opportunity
for -ervice to
your ommunity
and to } I
w men.
We are In ing
in a troubled
pr sen! We are
facing an un-
GEORGE F. SIMMONS
Vice President
SOFT WATER
LAUNDRY, Inc.
/.uric Dry Cleaning"
515 22nd St., South
ST. PETERSBURG. II.A.

Wish All a
H\IT> NEW W.Mi
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LEVY DRUGS, INC.
302 S. Morgan St.
Tampa, I'la.
Extends to All Jewry
A Happy i""1 Prosperous
nf.w ykaij
Sincere Greetings to All Our
Jewish Friend.
Garden Theatre
YOUR THEATRE
Nebraska and 20th Aves.,
Tampa. Kla.
BEST PICTURES
AND
BEST PRICES
1:, 1 price paid for tallow am
Want regular connection.
Write or phone Pan-American
Soap Companay. 3608 -1th Ave.,
Tampa.
It> a.
happiness.
known future, we must build an
. ng foundation upon which
; rear u sound structure of a
sound Judaism for young and old [
in out beautiful state of Florida,
We need vision; "Where there is
no vision the people perish." We
need courage and optimism, and,
above all things we need faith.
n ourselves and in our prom-
ised destiny. Be not afraid or dis-
mayed. Out into the New Year
ill go forward, armored with
. rded with courage and
with tl tafl of a deathless faith
1 ivercome the difficulties
that may confront us. Facing for-
vard s a symbol of high hope,
courage and unfaltering faith, vi-
sion is the means by which to at-
Leal moh tova tik<>
.May the Lord grant to all our peo-
ple here and abroad a happy and
is new yea
Air. and Mrs.
Sam Blank
of
MIAMI BEACH
Wish All Their Relative
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
M. H. KISLER
of Tampa. Fla.
Extend Best Wishes to
All for a
Very Happy New Year
Jewish New Year Cards
ECONOMY INDEX, Inc.
Office:
314 Twigjjs St.
Opp. Hillsboro Hotel
cp
Mrs. Mac Benjamin
Of St. Petersburg, Fla.
Extends Best Wishes to
All for a
HAPPY NEW YEAH
NEW YEAR'S
GREETINGS
A. T. REMILEN
DeSotO and Plymouth Cars
Tampa and Jackson Sts.
TAMPA, FLA.
Phone 1032
Rabbi and Mrs.
Alex. S. Kleinfeld
Wish for all Jewry, and
particularly the mi nibers and
worshippers of Con. B'nai
Israel of St. Petersburg,
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
YOUNG'S "DEPENDABLE'
B. 11 YOUNG, Pi
FLOOR COVERINGS FURNITURE
Cor. Florida and Michigan Aves.
I'hone 2916
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SM \lll>
RABBI
WM. ROSENBLATT
\\ .. 1 lewi and
thi membei
t Temple Beth El.
St. Petei sburg, Fla.. .1
Happy and Prosperous
New Year
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Rabbi and Mrs.
I David L. Zielonka =
the mi =
a f C mg. 5
3 Schaarai S rampa, Fla., s
= A II W'I'Y NKW YEAR
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The Kosher Food Shop
of
SHOCHEDS. NEWMAN
ill7 Central Ave.
Fuhrmann's
FOUNTAIN TEA ROOM
Million Dollar Tier
ST. PETERSBURG, FLA.
Wishes All Their Jewish
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

RABBI
ADOLPH Hl'RGER
Wishes the officers, mem-
ind worshipers of Cong.
holom, Tampa. Fla .
I. wa of Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
'> v. Jewry a Happy
and Prospei
N ew Year
JOHN S. RHODES, INC.
Funeral Directors
ST. PETERSBURG, FLA.
Wishes All Their Jewish Frienda
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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The Tampa
YOUNG MEN'S HEBREW
ASSOCIATION
Ex] rest
Ti All Jewry
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Friday, September 7, 1934
LEADERSHIP IS NEEDED
A New Year Message
By RABBI W.M. II. ROSENBLATT
Temple Beth-El, si. Petersburg, Florida
I, has Indeed been a year full union (the synagogue) of Jewish
. ,,.,;, experience and or great life. And now the tune haa com,.
ficance. In the quick and un- ior the la,| scrambling of
tin shifting of our civilization for those Jews who would like to
, the Jew haa been called attend a Jewish concert on the
upon not only to protect himself Holy Days. I trust thai theii at-
the age-old tradition of reli- tendance at the Holj Day services
prejudice, bul also to show will awaken thai spark of Jev
,,,l power and worth of hi- nesa in their com and
,u- aspirations. The road will urge them to become real
.,.,11 long and twisting, hut we members of the House ,,,- [81
at last come safely to the end There is great need for lea
nother period of time. At the ship and action in the New Year
moment great problems and grav Inn tin.- will require the active
eset the Jew and the New support and participation of a
a;., givi him the opportunity greater number of Jewish people.
..! himself with now strength Maj God grant thai the New
mrage to meet the new exi-jYear will find us ail engaged in
, that will arise enforcing and developing the fm
It is unfortunate, hut I believe, est of Jewish tradition. May we
- Hue that so many of truly "inscribe ourselves in the
Jewish people either wilfully Hook of litv for a more abundant
trough shier inditterence are and more activi attempt at Jewish
ffiliated with the main in.sti- living.
are a number of Christian com-
mittees both in England and in
the limed state-, thai have been
seeking to arouse the inter,
the churches and have he. n rais-
ing funds Mr. McDonald, the
High I in ml ioner, ha- repeated-
ly expresed himself a- disappoint-
ed at the actual amount of Chris-
tian aid that ha- Keen made avail-
able. Ai a meeting in July in
TBE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Twenty-one
London of the "Experta Commit-
tee for Academic and Kindred Ke
fugeea from Germany," Mr. Mc-
Donald Stressed anew the- need of
a more adequate response from
the Christian community and de-
clared that considering thai about
$500,000 are needed during the
193 I 35, and roughly another
s:............luring the following
year to meet the needa of the aca-
demic, professional and student
emigrants it was clear that if the
I Christian community look its
.-hare of responsibility the prob-
lem was imt insoluble.
H. l)oes Zionism invoke dual
en izenship?
A. Rabbi Morria S. Lazaron of
Baltimore answer- this question
lows: Why should Zionism
e dual citizenship any nmre
than the interest that the Eng-
lish, or French, or Italian would
have in their homeland? Zionism
i- the age-old longing of the Jew-
ish people to sol up a national
spiritual home. Not many Zion-
ists today bother very much ahout
the political state of Palestine. It
may he an autonomous state with-
in tin' British Empire or, a.- one
of the English statesmen has put
it, the fifth dominionalthough
there are radical Zionist groups
, who desire an independent Jewish
entity in Palestine. Certainly
every injuction of Jewish tradi-
tion, a- well as every indication of
Jewish practice reveals the Jew-
ish loyalty to the land where he
lives. Tin re is an old Jewish say-
ing. "Dinah d'malchuso dinah"
"The law of the land where the
Jews lives is his law."
|sc5i *] \*''' "ilBl
Questions
and
Answers
5 ~*] iB(nnmmri|
q, What are the purposes of
.m,. oi the Catholic organizations
- the Holy Name Societies
the Sodality organizations?
A |r. the Catholic Church there
eral organizations, such as
. Name Societies, the So
dalitics, and the St. Vincent de
fraternity, whose primary
i- the sanctification of
n. mbera by imparting
reater knowledge of the
,ii faith and instilling in
a love of Christ, which will
in bringing out in their
. p | eater '* semblance "to
While their primary pui-
. ver. is thus purely spir-
ial, the members are urged to
n various good work-,
is relief of the poor, distri-
ct' good literature, com-
! immoral tendencies, and
ral transmitting the ideals
if Christianity into the outer
'i Are Christian- as well as
"lively interested in help-
refugees coming out ol
Germany?
A. Ahout twenty per cent of
igeea coming out of Ger-
Bre non-Jew.-, and among
are both Protestant and
Catholics. Up to the present al-
all the financial help that
'.( received has come from
Jewish fundta, which have been
distributed, in general, without
ii Idas. However, then
Wishing Our Jewish Friends
\ II VPPY NEW ^ i: \U
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1171 S. W. 6th St.
GORDON ROGERS, Pr
greetings!
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Sincere Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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From Farm 1 Consumer
Wholesale and Retail
PHONE 2-7221
THE JERSEY ICE CREAM CO.
211 N. W. Seventy-Second Terrace
Extend to All Their Jewish Friends
Sincere Wishes
for
A Happy New Year
re Wishes to All Our
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h ponsible Roofers since 1919
ll "Ms and Kslimate- Free
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RADIO COMPANY
300 N. .Miami Ave.
Corner Third Street
Phone 2-2518
BEST WISHES
> All Our Jewish Friendi
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
McKEEHAN
FURNITURE CO.
537 \. W. .5rd Ave.
Phone 3-1524
Best Wishes tor a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
RAY WRIGHT
Auctioneer
Phone 2-2860
A Happy New Year to
Our Jewish Friends and
Patrons
ADAMS
GROCERY CO.
1 172 S. W. (ith SI.
GROCERIES, MEATS AND
VEGETABLES OK
ALL KINDS
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FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE WHIPPLE COMPANY, INC.
1798 N. W. 20th St.
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for
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THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
Friday, September 7

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Cont. from page 17
rather than but why mention
that? ... its Reform congrega-
tion much stronger because of de-
tections from the other congrega-
tion. As its spiritual leader one
who ranks high in the work >t'
the community at large yet
does not neglect the requirement
of his own people indomitable
ill Ins duties and fearless ill his
purposes .
The Hebrew Friendly Inn .
conceived in the age-old spirit of
Abraham yet the same
repeaters return to enjoy the sun-
ny winter weather as the guests
of and at the expense of .
Miami J< wry shall it he con-
tinued?
'the Jewish Welfare Bureau .
splendid work in a limited way
. hampered by lack of funds
and a lack of understanding be-
tween it and the greater portion of
the Jewish community granted
that some things might be
tered still ere.lit should be
given for accomplishing much good
under great difficulty ... A La-
dies' Auxiliary which, despite crit-
icism hesitates not to do the
most menial work to aid the or-
ganization ... if credit should
lie given the Welfare Bureau for
what it does the greatest por-
tion of this credit should go to its
ladies.
The B'nai B'rith what do
name- mean'.' ... In this case it
is the very antithesis of Sholom
... a breeding place of discord and
disharmony lack of co-opera-
tion, unwillingness to work .
a wonderful gathering of B'nai
B'rith leaders afforded an oppoi
tunity to build which was thrown
away and disregarded. Its future?
We dare say there is none.
Tlie Greater Miami .Jewish Cem-
etery Association ... at last on
the road to BUCCOSS not merely
financially hut because it has
eradicated and removed from OUI
midst the disgraceful competition
between synagogues and Rabbit
. that had been prevalent be-
fore Even here, a clearer vi-
sion of one's rights and duties
would be of wonderful help to all.
The local Zionist district .
but why speak when good cannot
be .-aid? perhaps 5696 will see
the breath of life animate its cata-
leptic state and ideals again
lake their proper sphere in what
could be a factor for good.
Junior Hadassah ... a record
banner year in membership .
much work is accomplished in its
various spheres of activity .
the community becomes among
the younger Jewish sat Ha
dassah minded.
Senior Hadassah hero, too,
though BOme accomplishments ;ir
recorded ... a lack of good feel-
ing prevails why'.' Shall we
be charitable and say it is due
to personal ambitions or rath-
er ... a lack of understanding
of one another There remains
hope for this organization when
the feeling for the homeland, how-
ever, is apparent.
The Council of Jewish Women
- a seat for those who want to
lead, irrespective scholarships
provided from some who are de-
serving and for some who?
here that assimilationist tendency
which was so prevalent in Ger-
many prior to Hitler is rather evi-
dent Let u.s hope that so se-
vere a lesson will not be needed.
Junior Council of Jewish Worn
,.M serving a splendid pui
pose as a social organization .
accomplishing some (rood in the
community setting its own path
and not being guided by the parent
organization ... if we may call It
such .. would be Of value.
The Young Men's Hebrew Asso
ciation ... if one can believe in
transmigration of soul.- ... a suc-
cessor to the old purposeless
Friendship League becomes u
virile factor in the life of the
Jewish community ... it lacks fi-
nancial and moral support which
it should receive from the com-
munity a- a whole ... it possesses
enthusiastic, devoted and unself-
ish men who believe in service .
not to themselves, but to their fel-
low men we predict a great
Talent is a gift
future for this organization .
o fm/ older strnog temptation.
may we suggest ... a lew oiuer
... I who has not light m
men of experience in the ndminis- sham(,|(,ssly fM .,
trative office- of the association
I gay about fifty per cent of
the officers would aid greatly.
There are other organizations
... but one wearies as one travel-
As the old year passes on and
I We reach the threshold of another
. may it produce bounties for
each understanding tol< r-
jance altruism the realiza
Ition of the rights of one's fellow
man ... in short may it bring
to our Jewish leaders and followers
I as well that which encompat i
all these Judaism.
it to fall asleep.
of God,
Happy
indedly
or idly
' 1984
and a
is he
lost it,
idlowed
Mr. and Mrs.
.Julius Damenstein
and Daughter
Wish for All Their
Friends
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
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13S N. K. 10th St.
Phone 2-ltititi
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1167 WEST FLAGLER STREET
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Friday. September 7, 1934
DR. and MRS.
IOS. B. MARGOLIS
,l t0 All Their Relativi
and Friends
Sincere Wishes for
A Very Happy
NEW YEAR
a*ogue, beginning at 7 o'c
nation assisting with
shh' During the holidaj
will be made by Rev. Safer
"< ^ Mr. K. J. Cohen, pre
of the congregal
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Page Twenty-three
DB. AND MRS.
MAX PEPPER
Extend Best Wishes
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All Their Relatives
and Friends
Have a soft reply to turn i
ansrer, and lei thy peace be abun-
danl with thy brother, with thy
""'"I- and with everybody,
the Gentile in the
thou shalt bi | an(
""'i below. The Talmud
Dr.and Mrs. A. E.
ROSENTHAL
AND FAMILY
Extend to All Their Relatives
and Friends Sincere Wishes
for .i
II W'n NKW VEAR
Jewish Fraternity
Buys Home
Though only nine years old, Phi
Beta Delta Chapter of the Uni-
versity of Florida at Gainesville
signalized the beginning of the
coming school year by the pur-
chase of a beautiful fraternity
home at 1111 -Masonic -t.. near the
new entrance to the university
campus. A beautiful two-story
> brick structure, it con-
tains a spacious living room, a
I creation room and sun par-
or on the first floor. The second
floor contains five loom.-. An additional wing is be-
ing constructed at the rear of the
building providing additional sleep-
Cronter, Milton A. Friedman. Ben- landscaped. Active Miamians in ing quarters, showers and other
nett Appelbaum, Lester Frank, Al- the chapter are Alvin Cassell, Ar-1 improvements, The building it
vin Richter, Simon Lipton and Phil- nold Rubin, Anson Dreisen, Sam steam heated and is situated on a
lip Bremen. Silver, Sidney Zuckerman, Maurice corner lot, which is beautifully
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a rrrmTDini)
DR. AM) MRS.
CECIL B. FERGUSON
Olympia Kid"..
Monday morning and Tuesday ther Rosen and Evelyn Morton
morning services begin at 8 o'clock -'"'"' ,-:,i""' 1):i-v '" Daytona.
with Rev. Safer chanting the ,, ,~ ,
.Mrs. 11. Ilillninn had as her
|Musof service, and laymen of the KUe8tg during the pa8t Bummer
Mis.- Marguerite Myers, .Mrs. Sny-
der and Mrs. Feinberg, all of Co-
lumbns, Ga.., and Mrs. Louis Sat-
liff and children. .Mrs. Ilillman
and guests motored to Silver
Springs with her quests during
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their stay.
Rev. B. Safer will conduct the
services during Rosh Hashono Sun-
day evening at Ohev Sholom Syn-
Orlando Notes
At a meeting of Cong. Ohev
Sholom Tuesday night plans for
the High Holy Hays were adopted.
In charge of arrangements is a
committee consisting of Messrs. H.
Kanner, B. Sheder and I., s. Fran-
keL
A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
A. K. EDMONDS. D. D. S.
!! Huntington Bldg.
DR. & MRS.
H. R. BOTHWELL
Olympia Bldg.
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to all their Jewish
Eriends for a
Happy New Year
Miss Rose Ixivin of Miami is
I visiting Maxine Bravermam and
will remain until Sunday, when
both will leave for Tallahassee.
Mrs. \V. Berkowitz and children,
Mrs. Ray Berkowitz and children,
Mrs. M. Blattner and daughters,
and Mrs. L. Swartzwald have re-
turned to the city following their
vacations.
Miss Evelyn Meiten was a guest
for several days in Tampa.
Miss Elaine Klepper, Ruth Es-
1 Dr. A. L. Wilkins 11
1 HO Huntington Bldg. | :
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BE8T WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW TEAR
DR. R. L. WORKMAN
107 Olympia Kldg.
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for a
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New Year

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Dr. and Mrs.
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Extend to All Their
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BEST WISHES
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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REMEMBERING
A New Year's Message
By RABBI CARL N. HERMAN
Beth Israel Congregation, West Palm Beach, I la.
According to an old legend the act for another.) (Not even for
world was created on Hush Ha- the largest contributor.) Re mem-
shana. If we cannot believe that brance is the agency by which cadi
the universe was so created we Jew at this season of the year
can. nevertheless, say that each draws for himself a trial balance
Rosh Hashana is, in a souse, a re- of his own worth. And we cannot
ni'wal of the creation of the moral fool our own selves by manipulat-
and spiritual universe The ordi- big asset- and liabilities. These
nary routine of life from day to are great days for him who ran
day is not conducive to a strength- honestly remember, for he can ap-
ening of the values of our reli- proach God.
gious faith. It .nay hn,l itself to Maj we all be inscribed in the
tne su......'"' "'' ""' Physical world book of life for the coming year
around us, but it is prone to neg- and may we be blessed with
feet character, personality, humil ,,,,,,, and ineM whk,,
ty. sincerity and purity of mo- ,,,., ,-,, ,ul
lives ten- existence. We Jewish
......Pl ^ve set aside this season ""''' :m'[ JU8tiC aS We mke
in the interest of these higher, if lh'^' po88l.ble f'"' others'
impracticable, values. They need
each year what almost amounts to
a complete new creation. tnan naa a Hitler,
We find ourselves taking stock -v> much material prosperity as
of virtues and vices in ourselves "' can safely handle without dam-
rather than of stocks, bonds and '^',' l" the soul.
goods. We descover that the in- The ability to judge real value.-
ventory must be mad., by each in- (in human living), and
dividual rather than by hired em- Every g.....I blessing we make
ployees. (Not even the Rabbi can possible for others.
Regular synagogue benches were
installed in Beth El Congregation
this week, following the untiring
efforts of Mr. Herman Gold, pres-
ident, and Mr Sam Seller, vice-
president <>f the congregation.
Mr. and .Mrs. Sam Scher will
return here in time for Rosh Ha
shono after having -pent some tim<
in the North.
The realization we have done
more to perpetuate Jewish loyaltj
Charles Wax and <; orge Green-
berg of this city, members o
Kpsilon Phi, national Jewish Gret k
letter fraternity, elite! tamed a del-
egation from the organization con
sistinu' 'if Joe Fields of Miami.
Martin Segal and William Liebl I
man of Orlando, and Philip Gelber,
Murray Goldstein and Irving Klep-
per of Jacksonville. The delega-
tion consists of students of the
University of Florida, who ad-
dressed prospective students at the
university residing in West Palm
Beach. Local students who are in-
terested are: Moses Schuppler,
Herbert Kerman, Ernie Gold and
Herbert May.
A formal welcome and recep-
tion was tendered Rabbi iBSOr Mus-
kat by the officers and members
..f the Congregation and Sister-
li.....i of Beth El Congregation last
Monday night in the home of Mr.
and Mr-. I.ouis Davidson. The
event was attended by more than
sixty members of the congregation
who enjoyed the splendid spiritual
evening and the refreshments pro-
vided. Joe H. Lesser, prominent
local atttorney and communa
worker-, wa- toast master ami pre-
sented the various speakers. On
behalf of the congregation a for-
mal welcome was extended l>y the
president, Mr. Herman Gold. Oth-
er members of the congregation
h.....I also spoke briefly.
Rabbi Muskat responded to the
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West Palm Beach
Notes
tate last Monday. On Wednesday
evening they met at the home of
Harry Moss, where important busi-
ness was transacted.
At Temple Beth Israel. Rosh
Hashono service.- will begin at s
p. m. Sunday and Dr. Carl X. Her-
man will preach. Monday morn-
ing the services begin at It) o'clock
ami the Kahhi will again preach.
He will be assisted in the services
by lay i..embers of -in- congrega-
tion.
Rabbi Issor Muskat spoke last
Friday night at Beth 111 on "The
Requisites of a Modern Rabbi, His
Duties and Rt sponsibilities to His
Congregation."
Mr. and Mr.-. Abe Dobrow and
1 i ar, with Mrs. Dobrow's
mother, .Mr-. II. Gold, returned to
the city after spending two months
n \Y-.\ v
Mr. Frank Barer returned to the
city after spending some time in
New York. M|S. Barer will re-
turn souk time in October.
Mrs. Dave Katz and daughter
are 'hack home after a month's va-
cation trip.
Mr. and Mrs. L. .1. Rader of
Belle Glade have established a
home here.
Beth El Sisterhood entei
at a card party in the home ,,f
Mr. and Mrs. S. Goldberg last Sun-
day night with Mi-, s. Galleek as
Prizes were awarded for
high scores and an n le eve-
ning was had.
Following tin Interest!!
. very enjoyable social hour
pent by members of the Palm
Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, and their
friends at the Monterey Hotel las)
Monday night. In charge of ar-
rangements were Messrs. ('has.
Wax and Martin Dulihin.
An important meeting of the
United Jewish welfare Bureau
wa- held at tin- Monterey Hotel
Wednesday night and plans for the
woik of the organization were cu-Sed.
Final arrangements for the High
Holy Hay- were adopted at a meet-
ing of Beth El Congregation last
Wednesday night.
KAIJIJI ISSOR
MUSKAT
Extends
M W YEAR'S GREETINGS
To All Jewry and Members
ami Officers of
CONGREGATION
BETH EL
West Palm Beach,
ind lt> Sisterhood
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Air. and Mrs. Sol Rubin left here
week to spend a month in
New York.
Kahhi and Mrs.
S. M. Machtei
and Daughter, Naomi
Extend
I Best \\ he foi
Happy, Health] and
Prosperous New Year
if The 1

llousi of I rai geni
Jewish comn.
f Lakeland, I
Cantor
Kahhi Alex. S. Wit-sol
Wish. All His Relati' i
and Friends and
The Mian i Jewish Oi I
Congregation and its Ladies'
Auxiliary, and All Jewrj
"Ksiva V'chsima Tovah"
Mr. and Mrs. doe Spitzer left j
'or North Carolina for a brief va- I
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Kahhi
Max Shapiro
= U all Jewry ami par E
Secularly the members andr
Sofficers I Bi tl Da\ id t'ongn E
z. ". E
Happy and Prosperous
New Year

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Air. Ben Halpern of this city = =
and Hell, Glade returned after a : Mr. and .Mrs.
'"' weeks' visit in New York on E I I ci I =
i combined business and pleasure E LOUIS Shoclu't E
trip. = i i- -i =
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RABB1 and MRS.
| ISRAEL H. WEISFELD |
and Son
of CHICAGO, ILL.
E Wish all tin ir friends in =
E Southeastern Florida and E
"KSIVA
1 V'CHISMO TOVAH" |j
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DR. and MRS.
CARL \. HERMAN E
Extend E
| NEW ^ I: \ks GREETINGS f
E To All Jewry and Members E
= and (Iffleer.- of Ej
E CONGREGATION BETH El
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West Palm Beach =
and Its Sisterhood E
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MISS [RENE
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of Orlando. Fla. |
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All for a ='
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her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. .lack E :""! sincere wNhi E
Sneidi r, Mr-. Jeskoll ami baby re- E E
turned to their Ik,me in Brooklyn, E E
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MR. AND MRS.
SAM SCHUTZER
oi West Palm Bi u I
Extend Besl Wishe
All for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Friday, September 7, i93(
cordial welcome by ,>le,lKjng ^
' the con.
ing one |n
J I'lVU
aid and efforts to make tl
gregntion an outstand
very way possible.
REV. AND MRS.
B. SAFER
Extend
Beat Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the
Officers and Mem!" I
Cong. Ohev Sholom, Orlando, I
|I' la., and to Jewry at I
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JULIUS WASHER
Extend to All Jewry and
Particularly the I and
Members of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
and It- Ladies' Auxiliary Sin-
cere and Heartfelt Wi.-he- for
A
Happy and Prosperous
New Year
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Ftf
riday, September
l i:t l
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
I'ajje Twenty-fivij
THE CALL OF THE SHOFAR
A New Year's Message From
RABBI ISSOK HUSK AT
ComtreKalion Beth El, West I'alm Beach
What a mountain is in space, the crucible of suffering an.l what Wei-
N-eW year's Day is in time. It of- linKton said f the lKnKlish at
, vantage point from which Waterloo may be paraphrased for
wt.can survey the far-flunK Jewish the Jew: "We may lose every bat-
horizon. For the most part, the tie hut the last." (;,!, wh has
always watched over our people,
will not forsake us now.
Jewish scene presents a picture of
despair and hopelessness, unre-
| hj even a trleam ,,f hope.
The appalling tragedy which be-
ar people in Germany and
which unfortunately has not yet
,1 it- climax; the horrible
mi.- in Algeria; the precarious
[ion of our brethren in Aus-
tria, Roumania, Greece and Poland,
and the rising tide of anti-Semit-
-::i in England, Latvia, Mexico and
even in the United States, bring
tiir threshold of our New
i'ear ith heavy hearts.
And yet we must not despair.
When calamity is the disease, let
hope be the physician. We have
survived our persecutors before
tnd we will survive them once
The hammer may shatter
glass, but it strengthens steel. Our
'ei has been forged in the
However, we dare not sit idly by,
waiting fr divine intervention.
"Eternal" vigilance is the price of
liberty. Our plight i doubly
tragic because of ur lack of unity.
With the whole world closing in on
our people, it seems that the forces
for evil are in dead earnest, and
the forces for good are in earnest
dead.
The rail of th. Shofar this year
is both a warning and a challenge.
Jews everywhere, unite! There
can be there MUST be
unity in action amongst them who
think differently. For the protec-
tion ,,f Jewish lives and Jewish
rights, and in the upbuilding of
the Jewish National Home, Jews
of every shade of opinion |,;j,.f
must stand together. Our battles
will be won, when Israel will be
ning at 8 p. m. No cards will be
issued. Sheppard is a student of
Shenandoah. Junior High School
and attends Temple Israel Reli-
gious school. His parents are ac-
tive communal workers here and
Mrs. Simpson is a former presi-
dent of the Ladies' Auxiliary of
the Jewish Welfare Bureau, which
she helped organize.

Rabbi L. Lehrer was recently re-
elected as head of the Jewish com-
munity of Asheville, N. C, for his
third consecutive term. He for-
merly served congregations in
West I'alm Beach and other Flor-
ida communities after coming here
from the North.

The Junior Council of Jewish
Women will hold its regular meet-
ing for the month of September on
Tuesday evening, September 25, at
the home of Miss Gertrude Kappa-
port, X:J N. W. 3 bers are urged to attend as im-
portant business will lie trans-
acted,
The engagement of their daugh-
ter, Muriel, to Maurice May was
announced by Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
man Rauch at a dinner given re-
cently by them in celebration of
their twenty-fifth wedding anni-
versary. Mr. May is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Steinan. Fol-
lowing the announcement Mr. and
Mrs. R. R. Adler and the parents
of the groom to be entertained in
honor of the couple at the home
of the Adlers in Miami Beach.
West Palm Beach
Notes
Rosh Hash..no will be ushered in
at Congregation Beth El Sunday
night at 7:..0 o'clock, when Rabbi
Issor Muskat will preach on "Days
That Speak." Monday morning
the services will begin at 8 o'clock
and the Rabbi will preach on "(Jet-
ting a Passport for the New Year."
Tuesday morning services begin
at the same time and the Rabbi
will preach in Yiddish on "Worlds
Destroyed and Rebuilt." The RaL-
bi will direct the traditional chant-
ing, and will be assisted by mem-
bers of the congregation.
KXItTY
Miss llanna Mack returned to
ity after spending some time
i siting relatives and friends in
New York and the North.

Mr. and Mrs. Julius Simpson
MR. AND MRS.
SAM GOLDBERG
and Family
Weal I'alm Beach
Wish All Thoir Friends and
Pstl ins a Happy and I'rosper-
itis New Year,
ft'e thank you for the past ami
"ill appreciate your future
business.
will observe the Bar Hitsva of
their son, Sheppard, the first day
of Rosh Hashono at Temple Is-
rael. Following the services they
will be hosts to the worshipers at
a reception in Kaplan Hall. The
following Sunday evening, Septem-
ber 16, the parents will entertain
at a reception at their home for
all their friends in observance .1'
the Bar Hitzva and all their
friends are asked to attend, begin
COMPLIMENTS
OF THE SEASON
On Tuesday evening, September
11, members of the Board of Di-
rectors and officers of the Junior
Council of Jewish Women will meet
at the home of Miss Mildred Drei-
sen in the Everglades Hotel.
*
Letters urging all in this area
to contribute one dollar to the
Jewish Welfare Bureau have been
sent to Jews throughout the Great-
er Miami area. Because of the
demands upon the organization at
this time, it is imperative that ad-
ditional funds be raised to help re-
lieve distress. The officials of the
bureau are urging all to send their
contributions immediateley, bo that
no Jewish man, woman or child
need go hungry on Rosh Hashono.
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THE JEWISH PLOBIDIAN
Friday, September 7,
JKaMa $i(m$a$ JSullctin
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACIITKI
Founder and Director. K*dw Synauo* of Antrim
SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI. FLORIDA
When man ha* outgrown his childish *,,,,,> omplex when
Mm. i.....I...... obeying God'- request. "He hath rim '-""';
i. g.....I; and what doth the Lord require ol thee, but to do
:l love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy <......
Vol. IV.
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. 1934
No. :is
If
"Poor in Deeds Am I
Scripture Reading, Micah, Chapter VI, Verse s
Were I t<> live a thousand yea s, and were I to travel t< the ends
of 'ii,' earth, I believe that I should never forget my father'- sincerity
an! humility, his broken spirit and contriti heart, as he prepared to
lead his congregation in prayer during the High Holy I'ays.
I feel the years rolling backwards, I am a child again, standing
close to mj father on the morning of Rosh Hashonoh New YearN
Pay. My father is leaning over the pulpit, shrouded with his Talith,
his I'rayer Shawl, from heal to foot, the Atorah, the crown of the Talitn,
ng the sides of hi.- face nol a feature visible a veritable high
priest, gowne*1 in pure white underneath the flowing Talith. He is an
abject figure pleading his cause and the case of his congregation before
the Supremi Judge. In humble tones, laden with sadness and respect,
he bogins, "Hineni heoni ntimaas ." ". behold, poor in deeds am I."
Mj father, the kindest, the noblest figure, the acme of love and devo-
tion, gentleness and righteousness; my father brands himself "pool in
." deed- of merit; considers himself unfit to appear for those wh.i
delegated him to lead them in prayer.
Hut. let me read you part of that opening prayer ." Behold,
poor in deeds am I. I tremble and am terrified for fear of Thee, who
dwellest amid the praise of Israel. I have come into Thy presence to
make entreaty for Thy people. Israel, who have Bent me, unworthy a
1 am Condemn them not for sin that may be found in me, for a
sinnei and transgressoi am I. 0 let them not be pu1 to shame by
reason of my transgressions, no el put to shame by
of tl eirs \ cept my prayers as Thou acceptest the prayer.- of the
righteous <> may there be no stumbling in my prayer Have
nur.-y upon me, and listen to my prayer on behalf of myself and my
ehold, and for thi regation who ar< engaged in prayer with
me .May the words of my mouth tations of my heart
be acteptabli I i I I rd, my Rock and my Red* \ men."
I stand tudible to
me. The) are lost am and an ed All
that 1 he hoa'. ing ilders, I he nodding of
his itead. I hear ai sigh. His bou! being p'>ured out
l ,o ather in llea\
I ha learned n God houting. He want? no
He wants the..... epentant spirit. If
my fat In r can saj that is
us'.'
s'exl Sand.. Ji v n "Holy < Ion
isher in the New Year, 5695. Prom their neglect
onal duties during th that they
that .<
be only a matter of rout ine for God
ai for u ir of life and equest. But,
no! < >n<
eous man upon i arth
i-tli not." We must enter the sanctuary i ., i ed that
we." Starting I
I have pointed it, a tion it 1
tl ed the \. >. ">
time, God judge- all his creatures. '
ffei olea- for the \ Ji .
It hat he who hat Om
i ;- I le, who created man. VVi
God, a >ul rooting ii 11 11 nted
by these saints, pn md noble are lat
fo in ] ith anyone I Oi F thi
eri i as one of the righteous of h
to this di ?tii o long as he love I
of mankind. I
mind of mortal man. what mu
man.
t h" ;. i| We
ek i n i humbl bei >i e I he \ toh
lv ha .iinii I
tVe have i

it true all
I .
win n \i net
Messianic Age. That v G
family.
.i the Heavei
father, and. as he
> "I an
ii you" will
and with a pen t
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as he i omes to break t
the narrow, the prejudiced, tin- d
\- our t hought on thi New i
r us, let
i res we reserve for ourselves. Let pi all the
en of men. foi they are the childrei I !..
ludgmenl ea I ma truthfully -ay. "Be
in leeds am I." That will wipe out every : an
of su eriority. Let us start the New Yea
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Twenty-seven
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THE JEW AS A
SOLDIER
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Prom the earliest period of the
Ht-public to the present time, the
jew has been a conspicious figure
in our regular army and navy,
and in every branch of the service
!,,. has made an honorable record.
On the battlefields of Europe and
America) the Jew has certainly
shown by his coolness, courage and
daring that he is a soldier inferior
to none, but superior to many, and
has proved his patriotism by of-
fering his life as a sacrifice on
the altar of the country that gives
him shelter and protection. Every
Jew may well be proud of our mil-
itary record.
Revolutionary War 1776
Total pouplation ."1,000 Jews.
Many Stales debarred Jews as
soldiers, yet over ICO fought on
the Colonial side. Col. Isaac
Franks and Col. David S. Franks
were prominent. Although not a
soldier, Haym Solomen did much
to help the Cause. He gave to it
|6S8,007.13, not a penny of which
h- ever repaid.
War of 1812.
Nn complete statistics of num-
bei of .lews who fought, but his-
tory records several prominent
names: Col. Nathan Meyers, Capt.
Meyer Moses, Adjt. Isaac Myers,
Samuel Noah. Benjamin Gratz, Da-
rid Metsler, and last but not lea-'
Judah Turo. The building of
Bunker Hill Monument was made
1.....ible by the latter's donation of
10.00 toward its erection.
War With Mexico 1846.
About 7(1 men and of them 16
erved. General David
De Leon was twice voted the
'hanks of Congress. Other dis-
tinguished soldiers, Surgeon (leu-
Moses. Albert Levy, Colonel
Leon Dyer, Major Alfred Morde-
cti, Samuel Henry and Sgts. Jacob
Davis, and Corporal Jacob Hirseh-
I irn.
Civil War 1861.
Jaws fought with equal bravery
on both sidesover k,(ju() took
part, out of a total population of
160,000. Of this number there
Iwere 760 officers and numbered
among them B general-. Seven in
the Blue Army received medals
from the hands of President Lin-
coln.
North Carolina sent six Cohen
brothers; South Carolina 5 Muses
brothers; New York 5 Wenk bro-
thers and Col. Simon Levy and
his three sons. The prominent and
distinguished name- an too manv
to enumerate.
War With Spain 1898.
More than 5,000 men joined
far more than their numerical pro-
portion to the population. The
first volunteer was a Jew, the first
soldier to fall was a Jew. Not
less than 150 Jews dashed up San
Juan Hill with Roosevelt.
World War 1917-1*.
250,000 served during the World
War. This was almost 5 per cent
of the armed forces of the U. S. A.
whereas Jews form but '. per Cent
of the population. Of those in the
service, 20 per cent were VOLUN-
TEERS. No less than 1100 cita-
tions for valor were awarded to
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J< ws. Of the 78 Congressional
Medals of Honor awarded, :t were
conferred on Jews. There were
about 10,000 Jewish commissioned
officers in service. Jewish casual-
ties were 14,000, of which 2,800
made the supreme sacrifice.
Reprint from the Jewish Veter-
an.
Rabbis Hack Anti-Nazi
League Holy Hays Appeal
Upwards of 250 rabbis, con-
vened by the New York Kashruth
Association to consider the kosher
meat situation in the metropolis,
unanimously decided to lend their
active and wholehearted support
to the High Holiday Appeal of
t h e Non Sectarian Anti-Nazi
League To Champion Human
Rights, which is conducting the
boycott against German goods and
services in this country. The Hon.
Samuel Levy, Borough President
of Manhattan is Chairman of Holy
Day Appeal Committee, which in-
cludes in its membership leading
rabbis and laymen.
Rabbi N'achman H. Ebin, chair-
man of Kashruth Association, in
addressing the assembled rabbis,
called attention to the peculiar re-
sponsibility of traditional Jewry
to make the boycott against Nazi
Germany an irresistable and ef-
fective instrument for the libera-
tion of the Jews from the deadly
danger of Naziism. The High
Holidays, Dr. Ebin declared, are
a most fitting opportunity for the
accomplishment of the three ob-
jectives of the Anti-Nazi league
appeal; the intensification of the
sales resistance to German pro-
ducts, the cleansing of the ranks
of traditional Jews from traitors
wha continue, blusjness (relations
with the enemy and the raising
of funds to enable the League to
continue its boycott activities with
ever-increasing vigor.
The assembled rabbis decided to
devote at least one Holiday ser-
mon to the boycott and to urge
their congregants to contribute
liberally to the boycott funds of
the Anti-Nazi League.
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%  I Friday, September 7, 1934 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN A man should say, howe'er disdressed, .. \H God has done is for the best." The Talmud. ,n art > Ba 'n God's world, you nd everything: wheel tor men; straw for horses. Everyone chooe 1,1 suil his own t ;i -t-. Page Five BEST WISHES for a Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR HOTELS ALCAZAR HALCYON J. FRANK GOUGH, Gen. Mgr. Kan/in Insurance & Investment ( O. MEYER-KISER BUILDING w ishes for All Their Friends and Jewrj HAPPY NEW YEAR at 1 INSl RE HAPPINESS BY KEEPING NSI IED RUSTIC RIBES There is a valuable lesson of general application and use that city sages, as tiny consider themselves, can learn from what they eall rustic rubes. A farmer rotates his crops upon a piece of ground in order to recover or retain itproductiveness. Sometimes he allows it to r main unused for a while. Many of us are poor gardeners of our own capabilities. We get into ruts, we become one-sided, We lack diversity of interest or occupation. In consequence we atrophy, weaken and even kill our other powers and possibilities. We lose zest. We collapse. We become depressed, pessimistic, despondent. Keep your balance. Live and grow harmoniously. Avoid narrowness. Cultivate a diversity of powers and interests. You will thus convert life into a garden of manifold delight instead of a crop ol mere cabbage heads. The rube may be rustic. On a meat many themes he is less rusty than many city folks. Dr. Alex Lyons. U The Place of the Jew" A New Year's Message By RABBI JACOB II. KAPLAN Temple Israel f*^ in* l* iimiiiinnttl |fr'':i::r:!iinB| |-a iniuump w ^ Glass .Mirrors Paints HI NSW ANGER & ((). A Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR 1206-1216 N. K. 2nd Ave. S. II. ROSENDORF, Mgr. 7~*] [sTi 7~*1 \*~ • %  [*TT ~^r J EVERGLADES HOTEL BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR W. L HARRIS REAL ESTATE SERVICE 7l!i Ingraham Bldg. Phone 2-1191 K. s. SHELLEY, Mgr I'll Biscayne Blvd. When a man knowthat an op eration will restore him to physical and mental strength he undergoes the operation and the acc o in p a n ying weeks of suffering with hope ami strength and determin a ti o n. Even si, the Jew who knows the part he is playing in the drama of the world accepts insult, discrimination, suffering and humility because he has t he assura n <• i' of his prophet* and rabbis that he has been chosen for a great part in | the reconstruction of human life. The Jew is the Buffering servant ol" which Deutro Isaiah -peaks, anil to him as to Jeremiah comes the significant oracle: "Before 1 formed thee in the belly 1 knew thee, And before thou came-t forth out of the womb I sanctified thee; I have appointed thee a prophet unto the nations. Then said 1: 'Oh, Lord God! be hold I cannot speak; for I am i child.' l!ut the Lord said unto me: Say not: I am a child; For to whom.-' ever I .-hall -end thee thou -halt go, And whatsoever I -hall command thee thou shalt speak. lie not afraid of them: For 1 am with thee to deliver thee. Saith the Lord. Then the Lord put forth His hand and touched my mouth; and the Lord said unto me: Behold. 1 have put my words in thy mouth; See. I have this day set thee over the nationand over the kingdoms, To root out and pull down, And to destroy and to o v e rthrow, To build and to plant." Unconquerable is the strength that conies thru conviction that we have a part to play for the saltation of the human family. Gladly have we suffered and gladly shall we continue to suffer in the service of God that we have the joy of helping to build and to plant for the joy and the happiness of the human family. The thoughts of the prophets and the meaning of Jewish history are studied today with greater ividitj by A I.I. nations than ever before, and we an in the mid-t of Beeing the fruit of our planting grow to maturitj in our day and .11 OUI Brethren ( the House of I Be strong and of good courage, and be worthy nf God's promise to us: VVe shall not fail nor be crushed until we have set right on the earth. May God bless you in I lie oming yea'-, and keep you strong for the fulfillment of His promi f i ight in the world. i IIIIIII:HI|MIIII II nimiiiiiiui nn mi f : L'l|IMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIll'llllllllllllllllllllillMii:illllililllllllilllilll!llillll!lllllllllllllil!-|lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllli;. I &&&& Extends to All Our Jewish Friends Sincere Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR Wishing Our Jewish Friends ami Patrons a Happy and Prosperous New Year. ROBERT (LAY DINING ROOM In Beautiful Dallas Park Open Year Round Quality Food and Service .MISS KAY, Man I KINDNESS Is the watchword oT humanitarians. Plants the grains of Faith, Hope and Charity. Is a reflection of God's infinite Wisdom. Helps to befriend the friendless human or animal. Stays the hand of the cruelist. Ia mad paved with Good Deeds. "Good will," .-ays a big Chicago merchant, "has neither height nor length, nor breadth, and yet it is the one indispensable element in the foundation of any business, the .me all-powerful force in lifting any business from obscurity to sucgllllllllllllllmllilllllllllllllll III. = A Happy New Year = = SEW ICE STATIONS: 1 VMI \\|| IK \ll -' ; -' S. \\. Ml, St. Phone 2-3466 \ SK|{\ ICE STATIONS : = BEST WISHES for A Happy New Year ONI T GROVE jjp "—* ." "lQ ; !l ""'


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HWjB BBCjj Friday, September 7, 1984 THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN WE MUST RETURN! A New Year Message By RABBI DAVID i. R08ENBI.OOM Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach u, stand now at the beginning Hage Seven ,: %  year. A New Year we call it tuili you together." Tl thoutr' 1 '' nu s continuous. There j s nothinir new about the year thai is wrong atti"' our people musl be elimnai ed, UV m us| bu Id ;, new .|,. u;sh ,„„ | s about dawn, unless we ire n ew that || ve jn it; iinI ni W spirit animates us; unless we have a new attitude i„ life, a new i o n f i 'i ence, a nr u ourage. Time cannol recommence, hut we can. We can remove the ruins and the rubbish if the past, and build anew on the old foundaT h e s <• teem to %  the thought, as we iround and about ourselves \."A Year. look upon life, upon the ancient foundation? thai have 1 n laid down and strengthened, that have tested and s a n c t i fied by if our peo % %  Our : il and in o )i e i a i •' % %  ;i 1 k e ,1 the old way, the real h way the way of pious customs and re: traditions. A call to return to the Ji w ish fold, to return to our God and at the outsel of loiah and its ideals is the message that the New Year brings Prom every corner of the globe s l 1 P arenta <" return together ,. ... "'il'' their children to the high eai I rom our brethren in illsaims and ideals ol oui faith, is v a time such as this, the clarion call of the Shofar. that when we hear the sail turns played awakenand summons US to a. Jewish symphony the world tion on the New Year. This old we must demonstrate to the Hebrew way of life for us that are : our loyalty to our faith and Jews, ithe good way, the only to in | pie. We must rid ourway. The hearts of our people of the false philosophy that can only be reached in the trudiembraced Jewish life in the tional way; fragrant with sanctity umber of years. The philosof bygone ages, consecrated by which is so eloquently exthe meat souls that have breathed %  I by the old mother in '"The then best into om holy faith. e of Rothschild," "It seema Theii ideals must bring us togeththat only war and pogroms bring er, not wars and pogroms! The Modern City If anyone were to ask what the Intend to do in Palestine. what niaiinei of economic and political order, what manner of social and cultural strueture they hop,, in set up as the goal of their aspirations, the most tangible answer would be the all-Jewish city "i l'l Aviv. Not by theorizings, disputations, or rhapsodic soliloquies, but by the concrete facts and statistics of the origin, growth and >pment of Tel Aviv would the skeptic and agnostic be persuaded of the full significance of the return of the .lews t„ Palestine. r'or Tl-] Aviv, whose twenty fifth anniversary is being celebrated this year, epitomizes the crystallization of the strivings of the Jewish upbuilding of Palestine. Within the rather small area of this only all-Jewish city in the world are joined together the re I ization in a minor scale of the economic, social and cultural ambitions of the Jews in Palestine. Like an experimental station ill which the elements are carefully isolated, observed and combined. Tel Avh ha< brought into being a model education system, model homes, model factories, model streets, model workers' clubs and organizations, a model theatre and 1 model government that foreshadow the future of Palestinian life. Thus. has it become a show window for the outside world, a herald of the new order that is to be throughout Palestine. The beginning; of thicity which today contains one-third of the 260,000 -lews in Palestine, were oh %  cure and modest. In 1909, whin a handful of pioneering Jewish business men and merchants then conducting their business in Jaffa, launched the project of establishing the city of Tel Aviv, it waa an uninviting sandhill, deserted, barren. It was the plan of this far-reaching group to create a suburb or garden city to house their families and form the nucleus of a Jewish city that would (Continued on page '.<) I -J" I WHIM ii i ii mi 11 ii III ii L :i.UJIDB| IftT;" •> r-i A HAPPY NEW YK AH J. Gescheidt, Inc. REAL ESTATE 70.*, Wuxhtnulim A*,-. I'hon-5-1761 Miami llmrh L& itujmiiiijiBl [fflcuummiji? I Rabbi and Mrs. DAVID I. 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NICELEY of MIAMI BEACH Extend to All Their .It-wish Friends Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR THAT OCR JEWISH FRIENDS MAY ENJOY = A YEAR OF HAPPINESS AND JOY EE Is the Wish of == | STANDARD SERVICE STATION j M MIKE DALLETT, Prop. =E H 340 23rd St. M IAMI BEACH | M Phone 5-9119 ^ "Everything for Your Car" EE Sjll 11I BUTLER'S I [Shoe Stores | MIAMI TAMPA ORLANDO = JACKSONVILLE : WEST PALM BEACH E "'xiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiF IB May the New Year He Replete With Health, Happiness and Prosperity For All Our Jewish Friends THE WILLIAM PriNN HOTEL K. II. GRIFFITH, Mgr. Washington Avenue at Sixth Street MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES for a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR THE PEOPLE'S GAS CO. MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA ^r "PHIL ROMER' Florida's Foremost Kosher Butcher Extends to All Jewry Sincere Wishes for a Happy New Year <=300 OCXO SUNSHINE KOSHER MARKET ^ \J 1 ^ ^* %  ^ MIAMI BEACH 436 Collins We .. Watcn or Our Opening Announcement Soon"



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Ftf riday, September l i:t l THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN I'ajje Twenty-fivij THE CALL OF THE SHOFAR A New Year's Message From RABBI ISSOK HUSK AT ComtreKalion Beth El, West I'alm Beach What a mountain is in space, the crucible of suffering an.l what WeiN eW year's Day is in time. It oflin K ton said „f the lKn K lish at vantage point from which Waterloo may be paraphrased for wt .can survey the far-flun K Jewish the Jew: "We may lose every bathorizon. For the most part, the tie hut the last." (;„,!, wh „ has always watched over our people, will not forsake us now. Jewish scene presents a picture of despair and hopelessness, unre| hj even a trleam ,,f hope. The appalling tragedy which bear people in Germany and which unfortunately has not yet ,1 itclimax; the horrible MI.in Algeria; the precarious [ion of our brethren in Austria, Roumania, Greece and Poland, and the rising tide of anti-Semit-::i in England, Latvia, Mexico and even in the United States, bring tiir threshold of our New i'ear ith heavy hearts. And yet we must not despair. When calamity is the disease, let hope be the physician. We have survived our persecutors before tnd we will survive them once The hammer may shatter glass, but it strengthens steel. Our 'ei has been forged in the However, we dare not sit idly by, waiting f„r divine intervention. "Eternal" vigilance is the price of liberty. Our plight i„ doubly tragic because of „ur lack of unity. With the whole world closing in on our people, it seems that the forces for evil are in dead earnest, and the forces for good are in earnest dead. The rail of th. Shofar this year is both a warning and a challenge. Jews everywhere, unite! There can be there MUST be unity in action amongst them who think differently. For the protection ,,f Jewish lives and Jewish rights, and in the upbuilding of the Jewish National Home, Jews of every shade of opinion ,„ %  |„,;j,.f must stand together. Our battles will be won, when Israel will be ning at 8 p. m. No cards will be issued. Sheppard is a student of Shenandoah. Junior High School and attends Temple Israel Religious school. His parents are active communal workers here and Mrs. Simpson is a former president of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, which she helped organize. • • • Rabbi L. Lehrer was recently reelected as head of the Jewish community of Asheville, N. C, for his third consecutive term. He formerly served congregations in West I'alm Beach and other Florida communities after coming here from the North. • • • The Junior Council of Jewish Women will hold its regular meeting for the month of September on Tuesday evening, September 25, at the home of Miss Gertrude Kappaport, X:J N. W. 3272 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TIP~TQP iMiAMl'S MARKET CENTER.! TWO SUPER FOOD STORKS 27 N. W. 5th St. and W. Flagler St. at 13th Ave. HEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Southern Dairies Miami West I'alm Heach Fort Lauderdale Best Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR % % % % % %  • % % % % %  II FRANK IDNER OPTOMETRIST 309 Okcechobee Road West I'alm Beach Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fein, who left for their home in Asbury Park, N. .1., will return to the city in about a month. GREETINGS THE THIRST STATION Okeechobee Rd. and Florida A v. WEST I'ALM BEACH Famous for Sandwiches and Drinks illllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'f I L'Shono Tovah! 1 § New Year Greetings I I To 1 THE JEWRY OF MIAMI AND MIAMI BEACH, THEIR CONGREGATIONS AND RABBIS! "May you be inscribed and sealed in the Book of Life = E and Happiness with all of Israel" = = 1 SINAI KOSHER j I SAUSAGE j | FACTORY I 3351-3-5-7-9 South Halstead St. | CHICAGO. ILL. | = illiiiiiliilliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilllliiilillllliiiiiiiiiiiiiilllilliii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiii? THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF THE "Young Men's Hebrew Association AND AFFILIATED ACTIVITIES •f Kxtend to All Jewry Sincere and Heartfelt Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR Full of Joy and Devoid of Sorrow A HAPPY NEW YEAR LFAR CO. 456 FLAMINGO DRIVE—WEST PALM BEACH Pure Pasteurized Milk—Sweet Cream Buttermilk—Cottage Cheese Sail and Sweet Butter—Fresh Florida EKKS ICE (REAM Sole Distributors PENNOCK CERTIFIED MILK



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Page Six THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN i l EVOLUTION, NOT REVOLUTION In the history of almost every people there comes a moment when the po ppressed up against their oppressors, when th' attack the privileged, when a class war convulses society and often destroys a civ'lization. The war of the Helots in an. :i i he uprisin) the peas the Middle A. thi' In n. h n volution, and, in oui days, I he i e\ olut '. a i %  m c.i to show that sooner 01 later thi n ki an hour when long-endured privation and des] a explo I terrors of a class war. Only Ji wil free of these almost universal events, Then are in our history external as well as internal —Juda fights against Israel but never does one class rise against t-litother in di demand with the weapons of destruction the social justice that idenied to its members, Two reasons are responsible for this fact. Firstly, Jewish social legislation has always prevented tin' poor from being burdened with hopi lessnesa and despair. However dire theii present circumstances might be, they could illways look forward to a better time. Even the slave had hope as the companion of his labors, for after a -tated time debts were remitted, the pawned land returned to it.owner, the -lav, received his freedom. Hopi was the safety valv that prevented social upheaval.in the history of the Jews. Then there i.a second reason. The rich men and women in Israel, in ancient times aw< :i atoday, considered themselves merely custodian.of the r wealth and administered it for the benefit of the community. Not only (\-.,i they give alms and engage in social welfare work that was merely regarded as a duty but from their surplus they always endowed educational and recreational institutions, helped artists and scientists. and in short spent their money in such a way that their wealth was a blessing anil not a curse to their fellow men. Just to cull at random a few examples, let me remind you of the educational work done by Sir Moses Montefiore, the colonization activities of the Rothschilds in Palestine, of Baron de Hirsch in the Argentine, the Guggenheim Foundation, the Lewisohn Stadium, the impetus which dramatic art received through the Neighborhood Playhouse, creation of the Lewisohn sisters, and the concerts donated by the N'auheim and Guggenheimer families. Perhaps one of the most touching instances of the way in which our rich uphold this fine tradition came to my attention the other day. 1 happened to glance through a scientific publication, Mizraim, published by the noted Egyptologist, Professor .Nathaniel Julius Reich, it .1 ndid work, typographical!} truly beautiful and containing much that is even of interest to lay persons. And in his introduction Professor Reich acknowledges that thipublii could not have been brought forth without the generous help of -Mr. in.I Mrs. Leasing Rosenwald, who have not only materially backed him in his undertaking, but have encouraged him with their neverfailing interest and friendship. I I %  I ry nat ion rich men, instead of spending their monej os tentatiously on selfish pleasures, had devoted themselves to such activities, bitterness, jealousy and envj would never have poisoned the hearts of the poor and led finally to the upheaval of class war. That this is true, Jewish history proves: A history that i.a record not of pernicious revolution but of beneficent evolution. Canu across this nit of philosophy the other day: "It's not which way the wind blows, hut the way you -et your -ails." And it reminded me of a bulletin sent out to automobile dealerby a man who ha.made a considerable study of general trade conditions 11. Men ram Lewis, editor of Automotive Comment. It applies not only to automobiles, hut to every other commodity under the sun. "If I W< re a dealer in 1934," he "rites. "I would make the cultivaSinccre Wishes To Our Jewish Friends for a HAPPY NEW VKAK Deauville Keach Club ED MARTIN, Mgr. A HAPPY NEW VKAR JOE REISMAN'S South Reach Kosher Mk't JIM First St. 7S Collins Ave MIAMI BEACH Phone :.-27.{l """" ""H" H.imi.miii 1 i r „„ H a MR. AND MRS. I.. ABRAMS of the MIAMI WASTE MATERIALS. INC. 1310 V W. Sixth Avenue And the "HOUSE OF ABRAMS." MIAMI BEACH EXTEND TO A I.I. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AM) PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR 5 %  flHIIirlllltltlltlllllllllllMIIIHIIIIlllllllllllllllllllMlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllMllllllllllllllllKIIMIIIIll llllilllllllllllllU mm I iitniiMI BORIS St'HLAC'HMAN Cantor of Beth Jacob Congrega lion. Miami Reach i ion of resourcefulness my big obFor if one thing is surer than anything else about tinmodern world it is that itchanges come almost faster than a human being's hear: beats and the man who can't adjust himself to itcon vulsionis a relic of a simpler ago, too wholly out of step with II,,. ;is it is being lived today to keep its pace All other things being equal, the dealer who makes the most out of 1984 will be the man who keeps his senses most %  meets each day as a wholly new adventure, and adjusts his pro gram instantly to meet whatever in u conditions it impo %  our sails for thi mainder of the year in thi direction of increasing i u Let's get into step with an nge that demands quality at a fair price rather than disillusionment at a i ; ap price. Let'meet each day's conditions ith ad n e ol n al i by selling only such merchandise as will bring the usto.1 Tome P. Fleishman in "Bei Li ," house organ of McCormick >S I Jllllllllllllllll 'till IIIIIIIIIIIU THE BEST IS YET TO COME E Cantor Boris Schlachman \ ll VI'Pl MA\ ^ BAR GROSSMAN'S Fancj Fruits and Vegetables at \ VTIONAL KOSHER (MARKET 124 Collins Ave. MIAMI BEACH 0 Friday, September 7, 1934 Rev. and Mrs. A. Col den Vnd Family Extend Their Best Wishei for a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year to the Jewish Commun :" ill) S. C, and \ and Miami Beach in pa lar, and to the Hou I rael generally. MRS. L. SHAPIRO And Family of th< MartVista Apts. 202 Ocean Drive Miami Keach Wish for All A HAPPY NEW ^ EAR .. = Wishes All His Relatives = ,,., g and Friends E E Thi Offici rand Membi E j E Congregation Beth Jacob = M ami Beach E "Ksiva V'chsima Tovah" TiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiE HIPIItll 1 niiimimii mum in lli||l!lll 1 MERLIN'S KOSHER MARKET .'{20 Collins Ave. MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-1570 Extends to All .Jewry Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AM) MBS. M. ABRAH \M \nii Family SURF BATHING SHOP Swimming Suits and Bathing Supplies 211 oth Street. Miami Beach Wish All A HAPPY NEW YEAR lllllll iiium IT IS A PLEASURE AND A PRIVILEGE TO EXTEND GREETINGS TO MY JEWISH FRIENDS AND TO WISH FOR THEM A HAPPY NEW YEAR ARTHUR CHILDERS MIAMI KEACH TIIE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH Extends to all Jewry sincere wishes for a Happy New Year A. FRANK KATZENTINE, Mayor JOHN LEV] HARRY HICK I). RICHARD MEADE KARON de HIRSCH MEYER E. LOUIS KEULING R. W. RALSTON WM. BURBRIDGE Councilmen.



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I'aire Sixteen THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, September 7, 1931 r" \ f I i 1 J I Cont. from Page 13 The Number Seven ceases to grow in length; at twenty-eight his body has attained its greatest height, which never exceeds -even feet; at thirty-five the man is in the plenitude of his vigor, which remains on the whole stationary to the forty-second year, when his faculties are highest, and fit him alike for action and counsel: then his strength diminishes, at first slowly till his forty-ninth year, then more perceptibly: and as B rule he reaches the limit of his life in his seventieth yearf. Again, the seventh day marks the crisis for most diseases; man lias seven great internal and seven other vital organs: his body consists of Beven substances and of three times seven limbs: his head, the seat of divine intelligence, has seven apertures; he dies after seven hours of suppressed breathing and after as many days of hunger. Moreover, seven stars form the constellations of the Great and the Little Bear of the Pleiads; there are .-even planets and Seven heavenly circles: summer solstice takes placi when the sun passes the seventh sign after the winter solstice, viz., from Capricorn to Cancer, and conversely; the moon compKtes her revolution round the earth in four times seven days; and twenty-eight is the sum of the numbers from l to 7; the duty or the soul of the world itself originated in this number, which is hence designated "tinWrierable." the "sovereign regulator of the human fabric." the "perfect number" or the "key to nearly all things." THE BOSH HASHONAH MESSAGE Prepare to meet thy God, O Israel. Amos iv., 12. For He is come to judge the earth; lie will judge the peoples with equity. — Psalms xcviii., 9. Say among the nations: "The Lord reigneth." The world also is established that it cannot be moved; He will judge the peoples with equity. righteousness, And the people in His faithfulness. — Psalms xcv.. 10-13. I For the Kingdom is the Lord's And Hiis the ruler over thi nations. Psalms xxii., J'.'. MEANING OF THE SHOFAR The Biblical command to blow the Shofar on New Year's Daj has a profound meaning. It say.-: "Awake ye sleepers, and ponder yeour deeds; remember your Creator and go back to Him in pentlnence. Be not of those that miss realities in their hunt alter shadows, and waste their years in seeking alter vain things which cannot profit or deliver. Look well to your souland consider your acts; forsake each of you his evil ways and thoughts, and return unto God, so that he may have mercy upon you." —Moses Mainioniib %  -. WRITTEN AND SEALED "To be inscribed in the book of life." This must be understood in B spiritual sense. When a man clinge to the love of God, and, putting his trust in his infinite mercy, lakes upon himself the yoke of the Kingdom of Heaven — he therewith inscribes himself in the Book of Life. Whereas the man, a -lave to his passions, who so loses his belief in the all-embracing love of God that he fails lo repent anil return to his Father in Heaven, this despairing of the love of God is equivalent to his being inscribed God forbid—in the Book of Heath. — Israel Iiaalshem, 17<>0. Policy and Aides Indicted Again Asheville, N. <' %  —A second indictment for violation of the Bute's anti-"Wue-sky" laws, has been handed up by the grand jury here against William Dudley Pelley, leader of the Silver Shirts, and three of his aides, Don D. Kellogg. Robert ('. Summerville and II. M. Ilardwicke. The indictment is in connection with the sale of stock in the Galahad Press. Inc., publisher of Liberation, which is now in bankruptcy. THE BEST HOLIDAYS The best of alll holidays are those Kept by ourselves in silence and apart; The secret anniversaries of the In art, When the full river of feeling overflows. Jewish Agency's Financial Condition Good Jerusalem The Jewish Ag< ncy has not only met its budget but has succeeded in paying off debts amounting to $350,000, it has been announced here. PredictBetter limes for German Jews New York — Germany will change her anti-Jewish laws within a year, is the prediction of August Heckscher, 86-y< ar-old philanthropist, on his return from a visit • Gei many. At Munich. he declared, he found that the hospital he ha subal children -;ill included the >anie Ji A .--. physi ian? as I on its staff, although it has I the Hil • rn-Jllllllllllillllllliiiiiiiilliiiiilliiiimiii5 A HAPPY SEW \ E AR = | KENNEDY ci ELY, Inc. I = INSl'RAXCl Sale Deposit Bldg. | MEYER-KISER BLDG. | = Phones 2-i7. 5(i—2-.">2i7 I MR. AND MIJS. |. |.. MINTZER and the EAST COAST BAG AND METAL CO., INC. MS N. w. EIGHTH STREET Extend to All Best Wishes for a Verry Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR Ne Year Greetings to the Jewish People WM. I-'. FRANTZ SUNNY SOUTH PAINT CO. H01-82I N. Miami Ave. Phones 26002 20618 Benjamin Moor.Company's Complete Line of Paints "The Complete Paint Store" A HAPPY NEW YEAR Guaranty Title & Abstract Corp. 128 \. E. First Ave. Phone 2-5181 South African Rabbi Wins Libel Suit Against Anti-Seminites JohannesburgRabbi Abraham Levy of the Port Elizabeth Synagogue won a civil judgment for penitence is with us; the Fast with lit* supreme task awaits Us r. et ; our endeavors to see ourselves | we really are, our sorrow f or our shortcomings, the unrest of 0Ur unshriven soul, prepare us for the final act of atonement. The I)., of Atonement shall lead us, uitj, hearts bowed in submission, t 0 ^ Divine throne; and Cod will | OT ingly lift us up. absolved, for. given. filled with the spirit of faith and loving obedience. Or. shall begin to live at last, to live before Him, to live the true ||f. which is inspired by the thought of his presence. —Morris Joseph, o OUR DESTINY In a higher than their literal -cnsi the word.of the liturgy are true. Our destiny -our spiritual destiny are written down on New Viai's Day, and sealed) on the Day of Atonement, We write it down In the pentinince with which we greet the dawn of the year, we seal it with the emendment which we solemnly vow on the East of Kippur. The time for MR. AND MRS. NORTON FA (JAN and Daughter SI NSHINE of I he PALATIAL KOSHER RESTAURANT M8 N. B. Stcond Sir.n tixtend to All Their I Patroiu Best Withe* for „ HAPPY NKW YEAR i The Makers of THAT GOOD MoonKist Ice Cream % %  : Extend Best Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR Royal Palm Creamery;;; (Incorporated) PHONE 2-4378 i .... 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Friday. September 7, 19 34 lovtes* Sylvia Sidney and Fredric March, first-line stars in their own THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Fifteen "Good Dame," producted by B. P. Schulberg, coming on Sunday and Monday to the Tivoli Theatre. Miss Sidney play, the part of Lillie Taylor, stranded chorus girl, win. is fore,.,] i„ join a carnival company in order to earn money enough to get out of town. Her money has been stolen by a confederate of Frederic March, gambler, grifter, wise-guy and "had" boy, especially where Women are conci rned. What love docto this coupl %  make a very amusing and entertaining picture. •lack LaRue, Noel Fiance.-. Kathleen Burke, Bradley Page an I William Famum make up the sup porting cast. lishment and who springs from the earth, returning to it in a single generation. Miss Gaynor's diversification of roles has covered everything from so on down the line. Her variegated parts add up on amazing cosmopolitan total. right, are being co-starred in the Paramount dramatic romance, As Joanna in "Carolina" a Fox picture, coming Sunday and Monday to the 7th Avenue Theatre, Miss Gaynor will be -ecu as the daughter of a Southern settle who introduces tobacco to th. South. The difference between this type, and the farm girl of "State Fair" is almost the difference he: ween modern and old-fashioni d farming. She is a young girl in a world filled with a radio. electrical machinery ami conveniences, and the other a youngster who lives on a pioneering estabit German housewife in Murnau's "Sunrise," to the girl of the French slums in "7th Heaven." She habeen an Italian waif in "Street Angel," a trapeze performer in "Four Devils," a Dutch girl in "Christina," a New York tenement girl in "Sunny Side Up," and THE NEW YEAR New Year dawn — what will bring? Breezes that will blow away Darkling clouds that hide the day. Sunshine brightly glistening? Will it banish sorrow's tears. Hearts that heavy burdens bear. Misery and dull despair, Heritage of former years'.' Will its message joyous be? Will the tyrant's iron bands Fall from off the captive's hands? Will the chosen be set free? New Year dawn — God urant it bring Solace to each downcast soul, And as clouds of darkness roll. Sun with healing on its wings. Discovers Peritonitis Vaccine Toledo—Dr. Bernhait Steinberg, 35-year-old Jewish pathologist at Toledo hospital, has discovered a vaccine which has been 10 Oper cent successful in more than 1,1)00 cases, Physicians in other cities who have used the vaccine reported 99 per cent successful results. South African Rabbi Wins I.ibel Suit Against Anti-Semites Johannesburg—Rabbi Abraham Levy of the Port Elizabeth Synagogue won a civil judgment for $8,!)00 against three leaders of the Gray Shirts, anti-Semitic Fascist organization, when the South African supreme court decided Rabbi Levy's defamation suit in his favor. The basis for the suit was the publication by Harry Victor Inch, Johannes Strauss von Moltke and David Hi rmanus Olivier of a document allegedly stolen from Rabbi Levy's congregation and which purported to reveal the details id' a world-Jewish plot. After more than two weeks of hearings and four weeks of deliberation the court handed down a 130page opinion which said that the so-called document was an obvious forgery. The court also declared that Inch's testimony was false. The case had elicited widespread interest in South Africa because the contentid' the forged doCUmen were made the basis for an intensive ant-Semitic campaign. The outcome of the case has given Fascism and anti-Semitism in South Africa a terrific setback. i. ii. i Hill mil illinium iiliiiiliiiniil Illliiiit iiiiimiiiiiii i in in ,,,oii,i,, ,iMiiii,iiiiiiitir iiiiiiniiiiii iiiiiiiiiiii ,,inn,nutin, II tiiiiiii, To All We Say A Most Happy New Year u ,,,,,„ ,1,11 | 1 11,111 llllll,..,,,,,! I I HI I" """" I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Orlin Mr. and Mrs. Bert L. Riesner and Family Wish All Their Relatives ami Wish All Their Relatives and Friends Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Ida Optner and Son Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pallot and Daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. t'has. Peretzman and Family V\ -n All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. William Robinson President Beth David Sisterhood Wishes All Members and Her Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rot fort Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR l,„llll,MIMIMIII>l,IIIIIIHMIIIilllll,i;,lllllllllll'"l Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Small and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR i mini mini iimmiii i mm"' I"" !" "" Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Spector and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. Stein Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Rosenfeld and Daughter Wish All Their Relativeand Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kosen and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Julius Simpson and Children, Norma and Shepard Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Mary Schrebnick and Family of West Palm Beach Wish All Their Relatives and F'riends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Samet and Daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. B. Serkin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and F'riends A HAPPY NEW YEAR mi iiimii II III muni Mr. and Mrs. Chas. S. Tobin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR w Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner and Daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper and Family All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAK Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper ami Family All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Robert 1. Polep Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joe I'erlman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR R Mr. and Mrs. Dan B. Buskin and Family Wish All Their Relativeami Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Miss Sarah Shochet Wishes All Her Relatives and F'riends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Rappaport and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. H. Rose and Sons Wish All Their Relatives and F'riends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. .1. Rabinowiti ami Family Wish All Their Relativeand Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. II. Rayvis and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seitlin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. I. Silver and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Shenkman and FamilyWish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shindel and Family Wish All Their Relatives and F'riends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle and Family Wish All Their Relatives and F'riends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Weinberger and Daughter, F^lsie Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Mannie Wesson Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Ihe Misses Ray U. and Esther V. Shochet W ish All Their Relatives and F'riends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. P. Scheinm-rtr and Family Wish All Their Relatives and F'riends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and F'riends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Frederick K. Shochet Wishes Ail His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silver and F'amily Wish All Their Relatives and F'riends A HAPPY NEW YF:AR Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Simon Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. I. I annenbaum and Family Wish All Their Relatives and F'riends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Tobin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and F'riends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. W. I WilliamWish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr-. Sol Weinkle and Family Wish All Their Relatives and F'riends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nat. L. Williams Wish All Their Relatives and F'riends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. IIamid Tobin and Son Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. IIj man Traeger and F'amily Wish All Their Relatives and F'riends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack W ucher and F'amily Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nat Zalka Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR



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Page Twenty-four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN '1 %  %  %  • REMEMBERING A New Year's Message By RABBI CARL N. HERMAN Beth Israel Congregation, West Palm Beach, I la. According to an old legend the act for another.) (Not even for world was created on Hush Hathe largest contributor.) Re memshana. If we cannot believe that brance is the agency by which cadi the universe was so created we Jew at this season of the year can. nevertheless, say that each draws for himself a trial balance Rosh Hashana is, in a souse, a reof his own worth. And we cannot ni'wal of the creation of the moral fool our own selves by manipulatand spiritual universe The ordibig assetand liabilities. These nary routine of life from day to are great days for him who ran day is not conducive to a strengthhonestly remember, for he can apening of the values of our reliproach God. gious faith. It .nay hn,l itself to Maj we all be inscribed in the tne su '"' "'' ""' Physical world book of life for the coming year around us, but it is prone to negand may we be blessed with feet character, personality, humil ,,,,,,„, and „ ineM whk ,, %  ty. sincerity and purity of mo,,„„,., ,-,,„„ „„. ,„ ul lives tenexistence. We Jewish Pl ^ve set aside this season ""''' :m '[ J U8tiC aS We m ke in the interest of these higher, if lh '^' po88l ble f '"' others impracticable, values. They need each year what almost amounts to a complete new creation. tnan naa a Hitler, We find ourselves taking stock v> much material prosperity as of virtues and vices in ourselves "' can safely handle without damrather than of stocks, bonds and •'^' l the soul. goods. We descover that the inThe ability to judge real value.ventory must be mad., by each in(in human living), and dividual rather than by hired emEvery g I blessing we make ployees. (Not even the Rabbi can possible for others. Regular synagogue benches were installed in Beth El Congregation this week, following the untiring efforts of Mr. Herman Gold, president, and Mr Sam Seller, vicepresident <>f the congregation. Mr. and .Mrs. Sam Scher will return here in time for Rosh Ha shono after having -pent some tim< in the North. The realization we have done more to perpetuate Jewish loyaltj Charles Wax and <;• orge Greenberg of this city, members o Kpsilon Phi, national Jewish Gret k letter fraternity, elite! tamed a delegation from the organization con sistinu' 'if Joe Fields of Miami. Martin Segal and William Liebl I man of Orlando, and Philip Gelber, Murray Goldstein and Irving Klepper of Jacksonville. The delegation consists of students of the University of Florida, who addressed prospective students at the university residing in West Palm Beach. Local students who are interested are: Moses Schuppler, Herbert Kerman, Ernie Gold and Herbert May. A formal welcome and reception was tendered Rabbi iBSOr Muskat by the officers and members ..f the Congregation and Sisterli i of Beth El Congregation last Monday night in the home of Mr. and Mr-. I.ouis Davidson. The event was attended by more than sixty members of the congregation who enjoyed the splendid spiritual evening and the refreshments provided. Joe H. Lesser, prominent local atttorney and communa worker-, watoast master ami presented the various speakers. On behalf of the congregation a formal welcome was extended l>y the president, Mr. Herman Gold. Other members of the congregation h I also spoke briefly. Rabbi Muskat responded to the llll I :-. West Palm Beach Notes tate last Monday. On Wednesday evening they met at the home of Harry Moss, where important business was transacted. At Temple Beth Israel. Rosh Hashono service.will begin at s p. m. Sunday and Dr. Carl X. Herman will preach. Monday morning the services begin at It) o'clock ami the Kahhi will again preach. He will be assisted in the services by lay i..embers of -incongregation. Rabbi Issor Muskat spoke last Friday night at Beth 111 on "The Requisites of a Modern Rabbi, His Duties and Rt sponsibilities to His Congregation." Mr. and Mr.-. Abe Dobrow and 1 i ar, with Mrs. Dobrow's mother, .Mr-. II. Gold, returned to the city after spending two months n \Y-.\ v Mr. Frank Barer returned to the city after spending some time in New York. M| S Barer will return SOUK time in October. Mrs. Dave Katz and daughter are 'hack home after a month's vacation trip. Mr. and Mrs. L. .1. Rader of Belle Glade have established a home here. Beth El Sisterhood entei • at a card party in the home ,,f Mr. and Mrs. S. Goldberg last Sunday night with Mi-, s. Galleek as Prizes were awarded for high scores and an • n le evening was had. Following tin Interest!! very enjoyable social hour pent by members of the Palm Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, and their friends at the Monterey Hotel las) Monday night. In charge of arrangements were Messrs. ('has. Wax and Martin Dulihin. An important meeting of the United Jewish welfare Bureau waheld at tinMonterey Hotel Wednesday night and plans for the woik of the organization were Sisterhood till ii i i inn Air. and Mrs. Sol Rubin left here week to spend a month in New York. Kahhi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei and Daughter, Naomi Extend I Best \\ he foi Happy, Health] and Prosperous New Year if The 1 %  llousi of I rai geni Jewish comn. f Lakeland, I Cantor Kahhi Alex. S. Wit-sol Wish. All His Relati' i and Friends and The Mian i Jewish Oi I Congregation and its Ladies' Auxiliary, and All Jewrj "Ksiva V'chsima Tovah" Mr. and Mrs. doe Spitzer left j 'or North Carolina for a brief vaI •MllllltimillMIIIIIIIIIIH Illlir = Kahhi Max Shapiro = U all Jewry ami par E Secularly the members andr Sofficers I Bi tl Da\ id t'ongn E z. ". •' E Happy and Prosperous New Year ,, „ ., ,. JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII HI iu Air. Ben Halpern of this city = = and Hell, Glade returned after a : Mr. and .Mrs. '"' weeks' visit in New York on E I I • ci I = • i combined business and pleasure E LOUIS Shoclu't E trip. = i i-i = E and I amilv = '•I %  I III I IIIM111J*.,,| %  11111 H I, >l,,,, 11| j i; — = ^iiiiii"iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniii. : RABB1 and MRS. | ISRAEL H. WEISFELD | and Son of CHICAGO, ILL. E Wish all tin ir friends in = E Southeastern Florida and E le,l K j ng ^ the con. ing one | n — J I'lVU aid and efforts to make tl gregntion an outstand • very way possible. REV. AND MRS. B. SAFER Extend Beat Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR to the Officers and Mem!" I Cong. Ohev Sholom, Orlando, I |I' la., and to Jewry at I DALE JAMES of IHi: FAIR PRACTICE BUREAU mm Wishe.for All Hi< .levvish Friends a II U'I'Y NEW YEAR IIIIIIMIIMMIIIIIMIIIIIIIIItimtlllllllllllllllllllllUKIIHMIIIIIIIHIIIIIHIIIIItllHIIIHI"' 1 RABBI AND MRS. 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Page Eight THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. September 7. 193. 1 1 J I ABOUT HONEY AND THE RAM'S HORN A Story for Children When you hear the shofar blow, iiinds weird, doe tcpui> awe-inspiring us: •'Think! This is a solemn moment. Israel 1gathered in the pri sence of God!" When we hear it blown in the -> nagof u< u temple, on Sew morning, we feel thrilled and vvondei at it, Th( n a much to wonder at! next %  the oldest il instrument in the world. 11 : pipe is mi It iperhaps the onlj one that has aim d unimpi oved up to I day. Its wild try, multiplied mendously by the echoes from surrounding mountains, 1 through the ears of Israel when Mount Sina with flat and smoke, and the Law was g That is why IUSI if tin holy memories ed with it th never day. They ma "il tin oul %  li There an • the inside—the of produc inn • hi sound, >m what n thi day VI aln 1 • HI thousand j Honey is still th .,it was in tl the 1 It wa ng of I rid It v %  B %  thi Gi R • it thi Sugar arrived I iropc and Wtsteri Vsia |uite j \\ iut four ". hui ars. So the ui ancient the f happiness and wellthat .whj : that it should %  • the h day and supper. Tiny cho 1 j they hoped for in thi 1 lining y< ar. And thej it. Palestine was a land of pastures, with plenty of flowfoi the wild bees. Honeycomb'i was found in the crevices of rocks, in hollow tree trunks, and hanging from the branches. I'll tell you another plea-ant thing about honey. It ii wholesome and at gTOOd for you ai medicine. Doesn't it cheer you up t( isn't it'-' Us know that not everything that's It calls to ~'"" 1 ''"' >'"" taBtes li: 1 THEN AND NOW The modern woman, who is anxious to be well groomed and fault lessly turned out while yet spend ing a minimum of time before the mirror, who hunts for face .reamthat do their work not only 1 tively hut quickly, can hardly imirher of pa.-t da) s devoted of ma %  lUtiful, A'hat many strangi they employed to enhance I'harn If wi %  ould turn hack th< wheel of time and transport oui Pales) timi %  the glor) of %  fade ai which e!. feat and the 1 the 1 world iys a luxury and an el< n ou sophist Thi H her girdle, a box that contained g weet smelling essences and ointments, ami mat enveloped her in a fragrant aura. No wonder that the Prophet Amos thundered his defamations H t hor and denounced her in a iage which would hardly stand modern censorship. And yet, when the end came and the nation Was invaded by the enemy, those earne luxurious, spojed women, win, seemed only to live for pleasure and elegance, displayed a wonderful heroism and foUghl like lionesses to protect their children. Then it became apparent that all this extravagance was only an outthing, something superimposed their real nature. Below this alien layer there remained, then. as now. the ancient racial virtui the truly sterling qualities of th, Jewish Woman. A HELPFUL INDEX A competent physician told nit recently that as a rule the young woman who smokes excessively neurotic. If I were a young man in iui ... Of a wife I should s|,,,.,. ,.|,, ar the neurotic. Accordingly, ,,;„. arette smoking has its advantage! in some instances. It i> ;, helpfu] index of character and constitution.Dr. Alex Lyons. A HAPPY NEW "> EAR GULF STREAM ICE CO. 2078 N. W. 7th Ave. LOl'IS HA^ MAN ( a.uoi ill Beth David Synagog f thos ua) woi' .1 compli.,-. J I ettc of choice materials. silks, f nest linen, broil ith gold and silver threads • the tissues, wennone too costly for her. She usually fum< box hanging from Sincere Wishes A HAPPY NEW YEAR I'sc sheii Metal for Beaut) and Permanence Moore's Roofing and Sheet Metal Works Ni'i N Miami Ave Phone 2-3566 A ii \ITt SEW VIVR 111111 i 11 • • 11111 -* PICTORIAL CENTRE, Inc. I Is N. E. First Ave. Souvenirs, Postcards and Sovell n for a HAPPY NEW YEAh Best Wishes for a Harpy New Year to Our Jewish Friends Melrose Nursery & Soils Co. A Complete Nursery MTtSERY AND OFFICE—2741 N. \V. 27th Ave. GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY SEW YEAR FLASH EXPRESS & STORAGE CO., INC. 2"l S. W. First Court Phone 2-4836 A Professional Friend DADE ABSTRACT TITLE CO. GRAY GRIFFITH, Mgr. -•57 N. E. First St. Phone 2-7666 "Ii' id Most Complete Title Plant in Dade County" : MR. VXD MRS. JONAS BEHRMAX nf the MIAMI PAPER COMPANY MIAMI LEATHER COMPANY :t:t N. W. TENTH STREET I tend to All Patrons and Friends Wishes for a A HAPPY NEW YEAR • %  %  May you be blessed with true happiness and a measure of wealth, and be enabled to do your part in the work of evolution of the coming year—through which each of us serves not only himself, but also the great God in whom we live, move and have our being. Again, a Happy New Year! %\\t itiiamt Hi era ll> Florida's Most Important Newspaper FRANK B. SHUTTS, Publisher



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rI u e Page Eighteen THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, September 7, 193, GIVE MORE TIME! A New Year Message By if \ is it 1 ADOLPH BURGBB Congregation Kudoph Sholom, Tampa, Florida The advent of the Jewish New Year has always been an event of supreme importance and of singular significance in the life of the Jew. Unlike the civil New Year, Rosh Hashono is not merely a means for counting and r e c o r d i ng of time, hut it is a day for meditation, self-examination and serious reflection. On this day we are called upon to search our records as Jews and to sc,' whether we can read them without shame. Sad td say Jewish culture and Jewish ideals which have sheltered, safeguarded and kept him alive through the ages. that in this land of political and religious freedom, the Jew is drifting farther and farther from his moorings farther and farther from the haven of Jewish learning, therefore, that in conso nance with the spirit of Rush Hashono we decide to, and direct our efforts in that d i r e c t i on; to give more time and show more interest in the The synagogue from tame immemorial has in I'll the center and source of Jewish inspiration, %  e w i s h 1 e a r n i ng and Jewish activities. It is well. synagogue, in the religious school, and in all Jewish activities. And because of this resolution and action, may all of us be inscribed in the Hook of Life. gether the Jewish youth, strives to awaken and keep alive the Jewish consciousness and to implant into this youth the idea of unselfisT service to the Jewish community and Judaism at large and also to give them an opportunity for physical development. The "Y" benefits the community at large serving to bring together the elements of Jewry and to promote a better understanding between Jew and Gentile. In short, the "V" makes of our youth, better men. better Jews and better citizens and in doing E this the "Y" is of great service to = you and your children. Our Y. M. II. A. is doing ill = this right now. but to make it a ; stronger institution we must have = the support of every Jewish per= sun in Tampa. Not for many yearhas there § been BUCh urgent need for the lastE ing and worth while things in lifej = for which the V. M. H. A. stands.' = Depressions may wipe out bank.s balances and real estate values, but they cannot destroy our personal character, if we have any. Prosperity builds fortunes the "Y" builds character and courage. The "Y" concentrates itself to the task of teaching how to develop character, faith, friendship and courage. It is your duty as a man and u Jew to become a part of this institution, to strengthen your ties with it, morally and financially, and to take an interest in its activities. By helping the "Y," we help ourselves, The "Y" has been repainted en tirely inside, and hot and cold shower baths provided. Separate room for handball court built and bowling alley refinished. WE WANT YOUR SUPPORT (Signed) B. J. PINMAN, President An Ohio onion war has been ig and out of the news for some time We do not know what is at steak -miniliillit |||||millllllllllllllllllllHIINIIllUIIUUIUIIIIIIIIIIIIII|||||||||ui| A Happy and Prosperous New Year to All fiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMi IIIIIIIIIM nun Tampa Notes and Mrs. Sol Maas. returned to her { home last week. Cont. on page 19 Sinci re Wishes for a I1AITY NEW YEAR A Plea to Next Sunday. September 9, it rii T 11 a. m. memorial services will be 1 Enjoj a Happ) and Prosperous Se Year lthe Sincere \N i-h of TAMPA BAKING CO. SOLOMON .1. I.FVLNF and GILBERT SMITH South Florida's Only Jewish Bakers Makers of Rye, Pumpernickle, French Rolls and a Full Variet] % %  Jewish and American Haker\ Products *0i:: a BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Corral, Wodiska y Ca (Incorporated) Manufacturers of Bering Clear Havana Cigars TAMPA, FLORIDA P. 0. Box 363 iirjjj 'la "' •'•"" %  I """ IIIIIMIIIIIII IIIIIIIIUiiMiiii imiltMHIIIIIMHIIIIIIHIHIIIHINK



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Friday! September 7, 1984 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN LESSONS IN SELF-RESPECT A Rosh Hashono Message RABBI DAVID L. ZIELONKA Congregation Schaarai Zedek, Tampa, Florida Aa we approach the New Year erations had passed with every ef i, is but natural that we give earfort being made to erase the Jew ,,.., consideration to those factors ishnesa of their hearts, they which have plagued the Jew and now forced by the powers of government to accepl the isame Page Nineteen in during the p a s s i n g months. The de! position the German jew aa a resuk of the conscious endeavor to i malicious pro pa ga n da i him. The v torture and mental anguish suffer* l by thousands of men. W 0 in e 11 and children bethey have committed the crime of being lews. All of this treatment a those who jfloried in their herand remained forever happy in their Jewishness. The loyal adherent who had maintained his selfrespect c o u 1 d -tan d proudly before the accuser and answer him with straightforward honesty and dignity. The unfaithful, the renimprcssea itself indelibly upon our egade, the men or women who have mindand causeUS to cry out | ost their self-respect cringingly things else be losl we must b ow their heads and shamefully adkeep our i If respect. Losa ol self. 1 ,.ii "'" 'h 111111 11 111111 1 1111111111 NEW YEAR GREETINGS HERMAN PERLMAN Miiimnniiimiiiiiiii iiiiimn inn. uitiiH,= A HAPPY NEW YEAR Masury Paints Sash & Doors Roofing LONDON HARDWARE, Inc. 1 1th St. and 7th Ave. TAMPA, FLA. Phone V 1391 "tiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiuiiuiiiiiiiimiiiiiHiiiii nun LINIMENT ts3 €^ TAMPA, FI.A. J HtlHIIIIH IHIHII HIHIimiHIWimiH tNew Year Greetings to Our Many Jewish Friends ano Patrons T. w. RAMSEY LUMBER COMPANY Lumber. Mill work, Paint Roofing "Satisfied Customers Built Our Business' 17th St. and fith Ave. Tampa. Fla. Phone Y 1219 A devastated land with ruined homes And rows of graves where wheat fields used to be. (Our Sincere Wishes to Our' Jewish Friends and Patrons for a Happy New ^ ear Geo. Ehlenberger & Co., Inc. ISO N. K. SEVENTH ST. MIAMI. II. A. \\ holesale Distributors Ehlendale Butter. Eggs and Cheese giiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiimiii' BEST WISHES for a I = Happy and Prosperous = NEW YEAR niiiiiiiimiiii) I THE UNITED I I PAPER CO. | TAMPA, FI.A. riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiii" We Are Happy to Extend Greetings to "" i Miiiiiiliiiimuuiimiiim II '""" ,„,, mini I """"



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Page Fourteen THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, September ?, 1934 MAY WE LEARN THE LESSON A New Year Message From REV. B. SAFER Congregation Ohev Sholom, Orlando. Florida The portions of the Torah which we are directed by the Rabbis to read on both days of Rosh Hashono give expression to the yearning which animated the life of the first nf Israel's patriarchs. Abraham. Have you aver asked yourself why it is that on both days of Rosh Hashono we are told to nail of Abraham's two sons, Isaac and Ishmael? Why is it that we do not read of the great patriarch, Jacob, Or Of the life of Moses, the greatest of all sons of Israel? The answer is simple: our sages desired to impress upon us, on these important days in the life of the Jew, the seriousness of the problem that hag confronted the Jew from his very birth down to the present time. The great problem that has ever confronted us has been to find our heir ... a spiritual heir to carry on the work of the fathers, to perpetuate the cause of God. "What canst thou give me, as long as I am childless'.'" Abraham's cry to God has been reechoed by every generation. Of what value be gold or silver which we accumulate, or the powers and privileges which we may possess, so long as we are childless, so long BS we leave none behind us to carry on the work that has been the glory of our life. And Abraham sought, prayed and yearned for a child. At the behest of his good wife, the kindly Sarah, Abraham marries Hagar, and thus there is born a son, Ishmael, which event brings joy to the old father. Now, surely, he will not be disappointed. And when God assures him that Sarah will yet give birth to a son. Abraham cries out, "Would that Ishmae shall live before thee." However, Ishmael's life is a bitter disappoint ment an archer, and a mighty hunter, one to whom the bow and arrow is all but, strange to the spiritual desire of old Abraham. One to inherit his material : SSI --ions, his wealth, perhaps but his spiritual and God-serving ideals not Ishmael. And Abraham again cries out: "If this ia what thou givest me. it is better that I go childless." But when God has fulfilled His promise and Isaac is born, then life takeon another aspect for Abraham. Isaac, the son of Sarah, resembles Abraham ... in manner and deed ... in ideals and actions thus there is a true and worthy heir to Abraham. And so we are commanded to read again this age-old story on the first days of the New Year that we, too, may realise the necessity for heirs not merely to inherit our wealth and worldly possessions, but to be true heirs of everything worthy in Jewish life. May the New Year bring to lithe realization that we must BO conduct ourselves and so train our children, that we shall, like Abraham of old. be blessed with heirlike Isaac. The Jewish Exhibit Much credit idue Dr. I.ouis L. Mann, rabbi of Sinai Temple, and Dr. Gerson B. Levi, rabbi of Isaiah Israel Temple of Chicago, for their diligence and labor in coin piling such an interesting booklet as "The Jewish Exhibit" in the Hall of Religion of a Century of Progress, When I first read of the Hall id' Religion I wondered what the Jewish contribution would be like. After perusing the booklet by Rabbis Mann and Levi I am satisfied that the Jewish people can feel grateful that the factual information displayed at the exhibit will reflect much credit and distinction upon them. i The "Jewish Exhibit" which, by the way, ought to be owned by every Jew, presents a dramatic survey of contributions by the .leu to civilization. I have not as yet -ceil the exhibit, but it is a pleasure that I hope to achieve before the close of the Century of Progress which has attracted millions of people to Chicago. I am informed by those> who have' been there that there are murals on the walls of the exhibit, depicting the ideals of Judaism as given by prophet, sage and seer. The Jew ishown in the fields of art, music, literature', medicine, philanthropy, world peace', care of the sick and aged, education and economic upbuilding. The booklet also contains the' photographs of Mime of the' articles of modern anil ancient art. books, old anil new, items of a devotional nature, anil ceremonial objects which are on display at the exhibit. Dr. Mann writes to say that in order to givethe booklets as wide a circulation as possible, a nominal charge' of fifty cents, merely to cover the cost of production, has been set. If any of my teaden desire any they can be secured at the Jewish Exhibit in the Hall 0 f Religion or at the office of the Jewish Exhibit Booklet Committee 77 W. Washington, Chicago. Thesa booklets are very serviceable f or holiday greetings anil may be used for this purpose in lieu of the usual cards with stereotyped phrases. "Not only are these booklets in keeping with the spirit o: the holidays," Dr. Mann writes' "but they possess a permanent in' terest. A booklet of this sort haa value that does not depend mere, ly on the shifting current outlook, but serve's as an historical record of the exhibit of a deathlen people." Jews Threaten German Rabbi Berlin—Berlin Jewry is in an uproar over a death warning received by Rabbi Prinz, prominent Zionist, from the league of National German Jews, an extremist assimilationist group. In a letter to Rabbi Prinz a spokesman for the league warned him that he would be shot "like a dog" if hi did not stop his attacks on the league and leave Germany, iiiii'i.iii.itniii .1 %  ,< %  %  %  ,.. .mi %  i. % %  HIIIHI Illllllll IIIIIMIII i i iiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiii HUH ii iiiiniiliilllllilliliiiililiiliiiilliiiiliilii To All We Say A Most Happy New Year i ii n i II n I mi II IMI ii i in iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini.. iiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiii Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR 11 ,,m '" t "" "innm MM Ihiiiiiii i niiimt MMH iniiiiiiiini ti i i M HIM III Hill iimimmiiMiitiiii nittim t IMUMNMNMMMI MHHMMMI I HUM HHHIUHHtMHH D Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Drevich and Daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Goldstein and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. I. ("Ap") Appolin Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Argintar anil Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR IJ Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dubler Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR E Mr. and Mrs. I.eon Elkin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ted Culkis anil Daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Aaron banner and Sons Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. I.ouis Levitt and Family j Wish All Their Relatives ami • Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. I). I.. Goodman Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris. Blatt and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nat lilumberg and Daughter, Charlotte Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin and Family Wish All Their Relal %  and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr-. Harrj Handel and Family Wish All Their Relatives ami Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Frances .1. firmer and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and lrs. Joseph M. FineWish All Their Relative.and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Myer Friedman and Daughter, Marjorie Wish All ThenRelatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Creenberg and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Fri< mis A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. William Clein and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Win. Friedman and Family W ish All Their I: and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Harry Freeman of Chicago, 111. Wishe.All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. I sailor Fine and Son Wish All Their Relative, and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Futterfass and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR G Mr. Murry Grossman Wishes All His Relatives anc Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. (has. Greenfield and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR II Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ceorge Ceddberg and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr-. Max Hoffman Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hirsch and Son Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Jamison anel Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. J. I.. Kaufman and Family Wish All Their Relative's and Frienels A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kotkin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Frienels A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kotkin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupferstein ami Family Wi-b All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. Kronenfejd and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. S. Kaplan and Son Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Have Kahn and Son, Arthur. of Elizabeth. N. J. Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. Kaplan and Family Wish All Then Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Kasanoff and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. llyman N. Levy anil Family Wish All Their Relativeami Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Eli Levin anil Family Wish All Their Relatives ami Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR M Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mell and Son Wish All Their Relativeami Frienels A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller Wish All Their Relative and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. I.ouis Miller of the Mayfield Court Apartment! Wi.-h All Their Relatives and Frienels A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzcr anel Family Wish All Their Relatives ami Frienels A HAPPY NEW YEAR Judge M. Victor Miller Wishes All His Relativeami Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Carrie Miller and Family Wishes All Her Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR o Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oliphant and Son, Elmer Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR



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Sii* g^H^nB Friday, September 7, 1934 THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN Page Thri"' OUR COMMUNAI RESPONSIBILITY A New > t ilr Message Prom RABBI JULIUS WASHER Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation It is a rather common yet most beneficial practice for the Jew on Bosh rlashono to take stuck. One „f the items grossly neglected is communal responsibility. Due to thi kei n economic competition, most f us i busy the year even slight attention .it might I exl racurricular a f. While such an attitude may be partly condoned, it is ve i I a stingly • me that too many of us take our own city were dooi I to fail"" because ... thi; "l hid myself attitude? Granted thai fcharity be ins : '< h • but, unfortun with too many it begins and e „ ,| .,, home! How different Hie attitude Patriarch Abraham when response to Umighty'a I .1:1. hi' .ill "I am reaily." all timeready In make personal sacrifices, to a s s u m e his -hare of losponibility, to live our economic pursuits whether it with, aid and plead for his neig • net as an excuse for bor, regardless of who he might be ,„„• lack i.r mtere-t in .Jewish cml|,. realized thai want ami hunger munal activity. cam:-' .,, ,„„. cou „t r y an j Tinsituation is not of recent Prosperity in the other; that alums n, -nice it lf-und hack in the •;""'"' exist in mesection of the %  \ ( |am. You will recall the cit >' and rich,in the other. Th,Biblical storj of Adam's -in. The "'""'"I-"' Ids brother were %  late appeared to him and ""'"• "'' ,h ared hisorrows ami It, "Where art thouV happiness, being the type of person so ''" "" 1 believe that there !any m today, was loathe to asl "' l: '' 1 time than the High Holy lonsibility, and answered, ;,v Pf'iod for serious reflection .caked, and I hid myself." "" the part nf every individual as How many of utoday are followt,, his past interest in the synathe footsteps of the first ^ ,,„. .,, i|mU(| ^^ ^ man" How many ot us have l en i, ... cial anil plulanthropir activities of unwilling to cloak ourselves with interest in religio-social nis h """ immunity and hiwider How many of US have community the world. hid from assuming any Ma> it be the. wish of the \ ,ibilit .v <'"' 'he good of our m ighty that the coming yea. 'immunity'.' How many of us havi .. ... ... '"'d 'Inol .in • he sidi ol those turned u naked hear, to the phi I Mthropi. appeals which came from Wno hide '""" communal int. • ith oui own city and from uut rather with those whose word How many endeavors for md a I unifies the spirit ol and social betterment in "I am ready." •S0CI4T Y Committees to arrange for desiring to attend ser\ the local synagogues will attendance tomorrow night Miam Jewish Orthodox Miami, us well as for those unable to pay for -eats during thHigh Holy Days. Cantor Boris Schlachman will chant at Beth Jacob, Cantor Rabbi A. S. Wiesel at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and Cantor Louis Hayman at Beth David. According to present indications, it appears that all the local synagogues will be filled to capacity and all are therelore urged to call at the synagogue I hey wish to attend, immediately. Quite a large crowd attended the dance sponsored by Junior Haal the Clipper Ship of the Deauville Casino last Sunday night. In charge of arrangement! was a commit lee of which Miss Ida Engler was chairman. ^ Hose Levin, daughter of Mr. and .Mr-. Ely Levin of this city ileaving for the Florida State Coll,.-,, for Women at TallaBEST WISHES to All Jewry For a Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR hassee, Kla. A definite dute for the first of a suries of open forums being sponsored by members and officers of the Young Men's Hebrew Association of Miami will lie announced in the next issue of the Jewish Ploridian. Congressman J. Mark Wilcox, representative from the Fourth Congressional District of Florida, will be the chief eiat this meeting. ... Mrs. I. Tannenbaum, Harold and Carolyn returned to the .ity after having spent some time in the .North visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Mendel Scheinhcrg returned to the city after living spent BOmi time in Hendersonvil'. \. C. Local alumni members Ot *he Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity enjoyed ( HAS. M. FISHER Superintendent of Schools For Dade County MlllliiillllllHIIIIIIII.nl Cong • % %  %  Bet h I la\ id Syna and Bel h Jacob Synagogue, Miami Beach, and all day Sunday until sundown. Seat.will be provided in the local synagogui foi ttan-ientand members of the Civil Conservation Corpnow in LlMi:iliilllllllillllllllllllllillllllllllii'_E \ ll \IT^ AMI = I'ROSPKROl S NEW Mi.VI! = == Sincere Wishes fur a HAPPY NEW YEAR To All My Jewish Friends W. CECIL WATSON County Commissioner of Dade Countv A Happy and Prosperous Now Year To All M I > 111 11 I I I I I JUDGE W. F. BLANTON (insn t in ni" ui I\IK cmM, a boat ride last week at which a number of high school graduates planning to attend the University of Florida were the guests. Joe Schwartz. Lou Heiman and Joe Fields were the committee in charge Of arrangements. A number of out-of-town guests attended and all enjoyed the affair. 'iiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiii llllllllMMIllillli...|iMilliHiMi t Sincere Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New VeatTo My Jewish Friends 1 C. L. WHEAT Dade County Purchasing Aiient Best Wishes for it Happy ami Prosperous NEW VKAI; I). ('. COLEMAN Sheriff of Dade Countv \ II \IT\ \i:\\ > EAR to ALL TI IE \ = J. W. WATSON. JR. | = GIRALDO de ITKEKA | 1 "ii-ui ,ie la Republics de Cuba { = ( it\ Attorney MIAMI. FLA. HMMMI IIHIIINIIIIIIIIIIII iitiimiiltili = MIAMI. FLA. = iiiiiiiiimiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiniiiiii ~ SINCERE WISHES for a A HAPPY NEW } EAR E. B. LETTIHTRMAN Clerk of Circuit Court for Daile Count) A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL J. N. (Newt) LUMMUS, Jr. TAX VSSESSOR FOR DADE '" Vl v CITY ^<3 -4A. •i 1L Extends to all Jewry Sincere Greetings and Wishes for a Happy New Year E. <;. SEWELL, Mayor ( H. REEDKR. HARRY E. PLATT, ORVILLE RK;KY. A. D. H. FOSSEY. Commissioners. L. L. LEE, Citj Manager. M



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Friday. Septembe r 7, 1934 THE JEWISH FLORIUIAN Page Thirteen The Number Seven Although every calm Biblical critic will sedulously keep aloof from mystic speculations on the hidden properties of the numbers, It cannot be denied that in the saere d volume some numbers predominate, which bear a holy and religious character. Among these the number seven ranks first. Its frequent, almost regular repetition cannot be accidental. The seventh day is th,. Sabbath, the seventh year the Shemittah, or the Sab oath of the fields; after seven times seven yean the jubilee, or the perfect restoration of the original condition, of property ensue ; the seventh New moon is the "day of the sound of the trumpet," or the "day of remembrance"; the seventh month is almost entirely occupied with the holiest festivals; Passover lasts Beven days, and on every day a sacrifice of seven lambs was offered; -even days was the feast of Tabernacles and seven weeks lie between Passover and Pentecost; -even days the young animals remained with theier mothers before they were fit for firstling offerings (Exod. xxii, 29); the circumcision was performed after full -even days from the birth; seven days was the legal duration for many l.evitical lustrations; during seven days the priests were initiatede; seven times the blood was sprinkled at important evpiatory sacrifices; seven days lasted the mourning for the dead (Gen. 50, 1"); seven days also the marriages [(Judg. xiv, 12); seven animals .Were in primeval times presented "ii solemn occasions, as alliances .Hilllllllllllllllimillimilllllllllllllllllllllllllll IllllllllllllllimilimillllirJand promises (Ex. xxi, 28-:i0); and MR. AND MRS. MAX PEIT MR. AND MRS. I. SCHLESSINGER and the M. & M. SALVAGE CORP. 7() N. W. 1 lth St. Wish All Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Rest Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR "Optimo" "La I'rimadora" "El Producto" Cigars MONSALVATGE AND DRANE | 68 S. W. First St. | TlMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.i.lllllMlllllllllllllime s V QA&Q) THE MIAMI DAILY NEWS WISHES ITS Host of Jewish Friends A Happy an d Prosperous NEW YEAR 1934-35 5695 the sacred word "oath" (Sh'bua) is etymologically connected with number seven (Sh'ba); symbolical actions are repeated seven times (I Kings 18, 43; II Kings v, 10-14; Com. Gen. iv, 15; Ezek. 39, 9; xl, 22, etc.); the mark of the highest reverence was a sevenfold prostration (Ex. HIS, :(); and a progeny of seven children was considered a peculiar blessing (I Sam. ii, r>; Jer. xv, 9; Job i, 2); seven was, in fact, frequently used as a numbersignifying many in general; (Deut. 28, 7; Judg. xv, 7-17, etc.) Seven chief utensils were in the Holy Tabernacle; (1) the altar of burnt offerings; (2) the Haver; (3) the shewbread table; (4) the altar of incense; (5) the candelabrum; (6) the ark; (7) the mercy seat and the cherubim, which formed one vessel. But even in historical events the number seven is very markedly obvious. Noah took into the ark seven pairs of every cean anima (Gen. vii, 2); seven days before the beginning of the deuge he was once more informed of it (ver. 4); he waited seven days after having first sent out the dove; and when she returned, seven days more (Ver 8. 10, 12); Jacob served seven years for l.eah and seven years for Rachel (Ex. xxix, 20. 27, 20); Pharoah dreamt of seven fat and seven lean cows, of seven full and of seven empty ears of corn; and accordingly, seven years of famine ensued (Gen. xl, 1; Cf. II Sam. jxxiv, 18; II Kings viii, 1); the father-in-law of Moses bad seven •laughters (Ex. ii, 10), of whom Moses selected the worthiest for his wife; Jericho was encircled during seven days; on the seventh day seven priests with seven trumpets passed seven times around the city, which was then only attacked and taken (Josh, vi); Solomon finished the temple in seven years (I Kings vi, :{K); and at its eonsocration celebrated a festival of the twice seven days (viii. 66). It would be easy, by obvious combinations, to increase this list considerably; and we mention only that the three patriarchs and their four wives make te numberseven, but we may distinctly call attention to the fact that the three "signs of the covenant" of Moaism, Circumcision, the Passover and the Sabbath, are all connected MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE SAPERO FISHER LUMBER COMPANY Extend to All Their Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR It is our pleasure to extend to all our Jewish friends and patrons sincere wishes for A I In ppy ,.\ rvv I enr SOUTHEASTERN AN t\\ ural l:fns C o, 11!) w. FLA6LER STREET Phone 3-2243 with the number seven. The same mystic number prevails especially in the Indian mythology; a God shines through the world on a chariot drawn by seven horses; there are seven worlds (Locas), seven great continents (Dripas), seven oceans; the human body consists of seven chief members; there are seven periods in the life of man. But it was particularly striking among the heathens with reference to birth, life and death. It was believed that "the number seven encompasses the whole existence of man in all its stages to its very termination"; conception is decided seven hours after the intercourse; seven days later the semen is enclosed in a membraneous vesicle, as the egg in its shell; from seven days to seven weeks the foetus undergoes marked changes of developments; in the seventh week it is perfectly formed seventh week it is perfectly formed; it is l'u|ly matured in seven months; and generally sees the light of day after 27:$ or after .'('. times seven days; seven hours after the birth of a child, it is possible to decide whether it will live; the seventh day after this period, when the navel drops off, is particularly dangerous to the infant, which previously "resembled" a plant rather than an animated being; after fourteen days it begins to turn its eyes to the light, and. after forty-nine it notices and distinguishes objects; after seven months it gets the first teeth, and cuts seven in each jaw; after fourteen months it sits upright without fear of falling; alter twenty-one months it speaks with distinct articulation; after twenty-eight it stands firmly and walks with ease; after twenty-five it shows dislike to the milk of the nurse, and accepts it only from habit; in the seventh year it loses its first and gets its second teeth. and the pronunciation of words becomes perfect; at the end of the fourteenth year both boys and girls enter the period of puberty, the former becoming capable of generation, the latter beginning to have their menses; at the age of twenty-one the young man has a fully developed beard, which then font, on Page 1i -MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIU A HAPPY NEW ^ EAR § | DR. 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Friday, September 7, 1934 LEADERSHIP IS NEEDED A New Year Message By RABBI W.M. II. ROSENBLATT Temple Beth-El, si. Petersburg, Florida I, has Indeed been a year full union (the synagogue) of Jewish ,,.,;,„ experience and or great life. And now the tune haa com,. ficance. In the quick and unior the „ la ,| scrambling of tin shifting of our civilization for those Jews who would like to the Jew haa been called attend a Jewish concert on the upon not only to protect himself Holy Days. I trust thai theii atthe age-old tradition of relitendance at the Holj Day services prejudice, bul also to show will awaken thai spark of Jev ,,,l power and worth of hinesa in their com a nd u aspirations. The road will urge them to become real .,., %  11 long and twisting, hut we members of the House ,,,[ 81 at last come safely to the end There is great need for lea nother period of time. At the ship and action in the New Year moment great problems and grav Inn tin.will require the active eset the Jew and the New support and participation of a A;., givi him the opportunity greater number of Jewish people. ..! himself with now strength Maj God grant thai the New mrage to meet the new exi-jYear will find us ail engaged in that will arise enforcing and developing the fm It is unfortunate, hut I believe, est of Jewish tradition. May we Hue that so many of truly "inscribe ourselves in the Jewish people either wilfully Hook of litv for a more abundant trough shier inditterence are and more activi attempt at Jewish ffiliated with the main in.stiliving. are a number of Christian committees both in England and in the limed state-, thai have been seeking to arouse the inter, the churches and have he. n raising funds Mr. McDonald, the High I in ml ioner, harepeatedly expresed himself adisappointed at the actual amount of Christian aid that haKeen made available. Ai a meeting in July in TBE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Twenty-one London of the "Experta Committee for Academic and Kindred Ke fugeea from Germany," Mr. McDonald Stressed anew theneed of a more adequate response from the Christian community and declared that considering thai about $500,000 are needed during the 193 I 35, and roughly another s: • luring the following year to meet the needa of the academic, professional and student emigrants it was clear that if the I Christian community look its .-hare of responsibility the problem was imt insoluble. H. l)oes Zionism invoke dual en izenship? A. Rabbi Morria S. Lazaron of Baltimore answerthis question lows: Why should Zionism •e dual citizenship any nmre than the interest that the English, or French, or Italian would have in their homeland? Zionism ithe age-old longing of the Jewish people to sol up a national spiritual home. Not many Zionists today bother very much ahout the political state of Palestine. It may he an autonomous state within tin' British Empire or, a.one of the English statesmen has put it, the fifth dominion—although there are radical Zionist groups who desire an independent Jewish entity in Palestine. Certainly every injuction of Jewish tradition, awell as every indication of Jewish practice reveals the Jewish loyalty to the land where he lives. Tin re is an old Jewish saying. "Dinah d'malchuso dinah" "The law of the land where the Jews lives is his law." |sc5 i *] \* %  %  %  %  "ilBl Questions and Answers £5 ~*] iB(nnmm ri| Q, What are the purposes of .„ m ,. oi the Catholic organizations the Holy Name Societies the Sodality organizations? A |r. the Catholic Church there eral organizations, such as Name Societies, the So dalitics, and the St. Vincent de fraternity, whose primary ithe sanctification of n. mbera by imparting reater knowledge of the • ,ii faith and instilling in a love of Christ, which will %  in bringing out in their p | eater '*• semblance "to While their primary pui. ver. is thus purely spirial, the members are urged to n various good work-, is relief of the poor, district' good literature, com! immoral tendencies, and ral transmitting the ideals if Christianity into the outer %  i Are Christianas well as "lively interested in help• refugees coming out ol Germany? A. Ahout twenty per cent of igeea coming out of GerBre non-Jew.-, and among are both Protestant and Catholics. Up to the present al• all the financial help that '.(• received has come from Jewish fundta, which have been distributed, in general, without ii Idas. However, then Wishing Our Jewish Friends \ II VPPY NEW ^ i: \U SIXTH ST. 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, I Page Ti n THE IKWISH PL0RID1AN Friday, September 7, 1934 TAMPA NOTES Nathan Poller will sunn leave for a trip to Chicago, Now York and Baltimore. While on the trip Mr. Abe Poller will be in charge of the business. Mr. Louis Schonbrun, a recent law graduate, arrive,l hen to be gin the practice of law. will preach 011 "A Religious Survey." The Rabbi will chant the Musof services and will be assisted by a trained choir <>f school children under his direction chanting tin' traditional prayers. Mr. A. Rothblatl will conduct the Shachris es and will sound tin Shofar during the holidays. Rosh Hashono si rvici a gin at Rodoph Sholom Synagogue Sunday evening, September '.'. a o'clock. Monday morning -or. ..'. B 1'clock. Rabbi Adolph Burger will preach on "The Jewish Problem." On Tuesday morning services begin at 8 o'clock and the R I preach on "ZionRabbi Burger will lead the a.-sisted by a choir, and Mr. David St< in ill chant the Shachris si n ices. Mrs. Rene Krauss, formerly Rene 1I siting her mother, Mrs. J. Gordon, hi 1 l %  • %  i •: %  ta ..-' Club, composed of young Jewish men of this ty, %  %  ;. ed an extensive fisl ovi 1 • %  Labor Day holidaj. Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. h... turned from a trip which I them %  Kansas, Illinois, Tennes[ndiana and Georgia. If you have a kind word say :t; Throbbing hearts soon -ink to ll" you owe a kindness pay it: -.m hurries to the VVi sr. Day for deeds arc few. my bi Then todaj mr vow; • %  > helji anothei. Do I dream do i: now Mr. and Mr-. Moses Pallot and BRIDGE BAR 156 w. Plagler St. V I:.- • \ II VIM'V NEW VEAK U UiHI A. S. WIESEL Cantor Miami Jewish Orthodox Mr. and Mrs. Adam \\ turned this week \ weeks' stay m Hendersonville. THK JACOBSKIND FAMILY and the SEABOARD SANITARY DAIRY Producers th Kl, u you: jue, will begii Mrs. M. Goodkind will be in charge of an enlarged program for the activities of the -.-•'•: hood. EL COMODORO HOTEL 33 S. \V. Second Ave. Strict)} .Modern in Every Respect. Yet Reasonable in Price at All Seasons .'">II ROOMS—2.10 BATHS 'iHMiiK it*. R sh Hashono at Congregation B'nai Israel will begin at 7:30 p. m. when Rabbi Kleint'eld will preach on "The Passing r*ears and Greeting the New Year." Monday morning the services begin at %  •' lock and the Rabbi will pn .. "A Vision of' Life." Tuesday morning thi R 1 • iiMiinti iiiminiimi nil IMMH %  (;K()K(iK I.AMiKR %  The Sungas Co. 1 100 W. Hauler St. Phone 2-3811 Extend to All Their Jewish Friends and Patrons Sincere Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR imlllimtmmiiilimii"iiilliiiii"iiiullMM"liltiliitllliilillihiiiHiilMlillll : Ti Al Ou %  I inters and Friend? w 1 Extend > nc-i 11 Wishes = for a HAPPY NEW x EAR WALDORF'S STAR KOSHER MEAT and POULTRY MARKET 287 N. W. Fifth St. Phone 3-2297 1 %  '•' "• %  %  .%  .... .. ^ ; ;. -;.. Our Sincere Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR To All Our Jewish Friends %  BREADS PASTRIES CAKES '. %  New York Bread & Cake Co. .Mr. and Mrs. I. Scholnik George Scholnik 171 S. W. xth St. 162 N. W. .1th St. Phone 2-7852 ; : ; ;: < %  %  : %  NEW YEAR GREETINGS to Our MANY FRIENDS Mumis Busiest! An-rri(.is I jrj-c-,1 RED CROSS! DRUG DEPARTMENT STORE SIE.FIdgler .4 OUR SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR TO THK IKWISH PEOPLE OF MIAMI PIGGLY WIGGLY Owned and Operated by l.oaal People EAST COAST FISH MARKET West Flagler Street AT THE BRIDGE Extends to All Jewry Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR THK OFFICIALS AND PERSONNEL Phone 2-.-)lll Extend Host Wishes for a Happy New Year KING FUNERAL HOME 29 N. W. Third Ave. Phone 2-3535 Extends to Its Many Jewish Friends Sincere Wishes for a Very Happy and Prosperous New Year i



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Friday. September 7, 1934 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Eleven THE JEW IS NOT SELFISH! A New Year Message From RABBI s. M. MACHTBI Founder and Director of The Radio Bynagog The Hijrh Holy Day ritual is one „f the stronjr arguments against the charga of Jewish clannishness mid selfishness, a charge that can ;,„. made only by those ignorant of Jewish thought. But, since there .,,,. go few, outside of the Jewish fold, who know Judaism, and since we have no foundation upon which to base malice in these accusations, |t behooves US to acquaint the unlearned of the true attitude of .ludaism towards the Gentiles. Jeh ..ah is not a tribal deity, but rather the Father of all creatures. On Hush Hashonoh and Yom Kippur uc read, during the prayer service" and all Wrjfl enter the world thou dost cause to pass before thee ." God judges all mankind. Therefore, in the Temple service, sacrifices were offered, in atonement tor the sins of all nations. Can there be a greater, a more sincere display of interest in the well-being ..f the human family? Can that he the act of a clan nish people? Is that the trait of a selfish group? On tiles,Holy Days the Jew thinks not of himself alone, lie ineludes hibrother man in his prayers. The .low iC0n8Ci0US of the interdependence of men and nation-. He is aware that a loving and wise father endo\v> all his children with like fortunes. II,. may he more critical of 0 ne than of another. Km, „ n lv f or that child's welfare. And, when assembled in our Synagogues and Temples, uniting in pray,,, lei ube mindful that "He prayeth ix-st, who loveth hot All things both great and small; Forthedear Cod who loveth US, He made and loveth all." Lakeland Notes Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and director of the Radio Synairoir. will officiate at Lakeland. Kla.. during the coming High Holy Days. H,. will leave for Lakeland immediately after the broadcast this Sunday. During his stay there Ihe will he the house nuest of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer II. Cohen. The Jewish community a! Lakeland waorganized little more than a year ago through the initiative of Mr. Meyer H. Cohen and with the assistance of Rabbi Adolph Burger of Temple Rodeph Sholem, Tampa, who is president of the Florida State Conference of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis. The Lakeland congregation has been addressed by both Rabbi Burner and Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld of St. Petersburg, on several occasions. In the short time of its existence, the congregation has purchase,! and equipped a synagogue, has organized a Sunday school and a week day religious school, meeting twice weekly, and has plans for the erection of a community center for its social activities. Rabbi -Machtei is due to return from Lakeland next Wednesday evening. Till: TEA-KETTLES PREJUDICED OPINION I think the cook's the meanest thing She heats the egg and whips the cream, And warms me up when I won't sing, Now don't you think the cook is mean ? One day for the can opener she ran. She was going to operate on a can. Of course the vegetables inside Were frightened to death and tried to hide. The cookies in the ice-box froze, While she went to read and doze. One day she made the sweater die. Ami do you think she let me cry? Why, no indeed, she made me sing. Now isn't the cook the meanest thing And when the sweater was almost dead, She ceremoniously dyed him red. And— Oh, ouch Oh, she's going to make me sing, Now isn't the cook the meanest thing? THAT ALL OCR FRIENDS AND PATRONS MAY ENJOY A HAPPY NEW YEAR Is the Sincere Wish of AUGUST BROS. MAGIC BAKERY 861 S. W. EIGHTH STREET—PHONE 2-9438 Producers of the Pineal in RYE. VIENNA. WHOLE WHEAT. PUMPERNICKEL, ROLLS AND BREADS OF QUALITY r^j TrrrrriiijjjjjBl f* ~ :n;:: *] [innimnrjj1 I'STrrinnrmp"! 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ng yg BgHHSSfl BSs ; BB ISflnBIV Friday. Septe mber 7, 1934 DR. and MRS. IOS. B. MARGOLIS ,„l t 0 All Their Relativi and Friends Sincere Wishes for A Very Happy NEW YEAR a*ogue, beginning at 7 o'c nation assisting with sh h' During the holidaj will be made by Rev. Safer "< ^ Mr. K. J. Cohen, pre of the congregal THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Twenty-three DB. AND MRS. MAX PEPPER Extend Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR To All Their Relatives and Friends Have a soft reply to turn i ansrer, and lei thy peace be abunda nl with thy brother, with thy "" %  '"Iand with everybody, the Gentile in the thou shalt bi | an( ""•'i below. The Talmud Dr.and Mrs. A. E. ROSENTHAL AND FAMILY Extend to All Their Relatives and Friends Sincere Wishes for .i II W'n NKW VEAR Jewish Fraternity Buys Home Though only nine years old, Phi Beta Delta Chapter of the University of Florida at Gainesville signalized the beginning of the coming school year by the purchase of a beautiful fraternity home at 1111 -Masonic -t.. near the new entrance to the university campus. A beautiful two-story > brick structure, it contains a spacious living room, a %  I creation room and sun paror on the first floor. The second floor contains five *lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli= Dr. B. L. Wilkerson ||| Is BEST WISHES 503 Huntinjjton Hldg. = = for a "iiini niiiilin.'i II iiit •— E 5 IS HAPPY NEW YEAR = HAPPY NEW YEAR llllllllllllll! MlliMIIIIIII DR. W. G. SANCHEZ 1110 Huntington Bldg. ^'IIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIiilllllllllllllllllll^ | SINCERE WISHES for = = = A HAPPY NEW YEAR = their stay. Rev. B. Safer will conduct the services during Rosh Hashono Sunday evening at Ohev Sholom SynOrlando Notes At a meeting of Cong. Ohev Sholom Tuesday night plans for the High Holy Hays were adopted. In charge of arrangements is a committee consisting of Messrs. H. Kanner, B. Sheder and I., s. FrankeL A HAPPY NEW YEAR A. K. EDMONDS. D. D. S. !•! Huntington Bldg. DR. & MRS. H. R. BOTHWELL Olympia Bldg. 1.5 Extend Sincere Wishes to all their Jewish Eriends for a Happy New Year Miss Rose Ixivin of Miami is I visiting Maxine Bravermam and will remain until Sunday, when both will leave for Tallahassee. Mrs. \V. Berkowitz and children, Mrs. Ray Berkowitz and children, Mrs. M. Blattner and daughters, and Mrs. L. Swartzwald have returned to the city following their vacations. Miss Evelyn Meiten was a guest for several days in Tampa. Miss Elaine Klepper, Ruth Es1 Dr. A. L. Wilkins 11 1 HO Huntington Bldg. | : |;1 DR. GLENN O. SKAGGS | BE8T WISHES for a HAPPY NEW TEAR DR. R. L. WORKMAN 107 Olympia Kldg. ~i I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.SINCERE WISHES for a Happy and Prosperous New Year Or. E. Thos. Kinscy 820 N. W. 7th Ave. r 510 Eirst Nat. Bank Bids. = iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i HI miff [aaniririrarjBi Pest Wishes for a Happy New Year DR. MARSHALL PAYER 127 N. E. EifthSt. [* ;i;;i:ipgi| BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. J. HOLDEN BECKWITH Specializing in Extracting Teeth Ingraham Bldg. Miami Dr. and Mrs. Barney Weinkle Extend to All Their Relatives and Friends BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR £11111111111111111 Illllllllllllllllllllllfe = Sincere Wishes = for a Happy New Year = |l)R. ROY S. ELLSWORTH| Congress Bldg. Tf| C —* 11 %  111 %  111 %  i : 111111111 %  1111 %  i % %  : 111 %  111 rr



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I f I 1 r Taut' Twenty-six THE JEWISH PLOBIDIAN Friday, September 7, JKaMa $i(m$a$ JSullctin Edited by RABBI S. M. MACIITKI Founder and Director. K*dw Synauo* of Antrim SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI. FLORIDA When man ha* outgrown his childish *„,,,,„,„>• omplex when Mm. i I. obeying God'request. "He hath rim '•-""' %  ; i. g I; and what doth the Lord require ol thee, but to do : „„l ,„ love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy < Vol. IV. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. 1934 No. :is If "Poor in Deeds Am I Scripture Reading, Micah, Chapter VI, Verse s Were I t<> live a thousand yea s, and were I to travel t< %  the ends of 'ii,' earth, I believe that I should never forget my father'sincerity an! humility, his broken spirit and contriti heart, as he prepared to lead his congregation in prayer during the High Holy I'ays. I feel the years rolling backwards, I am a child again, standing close to mj father on the morning of Rosh Hashonoh New YearN Pay. My father is leaning over the pulpit, shrouded with his Talith, his I'rayer Shawl, from heal to foot, the Atorah, the crown of the Talitn, ng the sides of hi.face nol a feature visible a veritable high priest, gowne* 1 in pure white underneath the flowing Talith. He is an abject figure pleading his cause and the case of his congregation before the Supremi Judge. In humble tones, laden with sadness and respect, he bogins, "Hineni heoni ntimaas ." ". behold, poor in deeds am I." Mj father, the kindest, the noblest figure, the acme of love and devotion, gentleness and righteousness; my father brands himself "pool in ." deedof merit; considers himself unfit to appear for those wh.i delegated him to lead them in prayer. Hut. let me read you part of that opening prayer ." Behold, poor in deeds am I. I tremble and am terrified for fear of Thee, who dwellest amid the praise of Israel. I have come into Thy presence to make entreaty for Thy people. Israel, who have Bent me, unworthy a 1 am Condemn them not for sin that may be found in me, for a sinnei and transgressoi am I. 0 let them not be pu1 to shame by reason of my transgressions, no el put to shame by of tl eirs \ cept my prayers as Thou acceptest the prayer.of the righteous <> may there be no stumbling in my prayer Have nur.-y upon me, and listen to my prayer on behalf of myself and my ehold, and for thi regation who ar< engaged in prayer with me .May the words of my mouth tations of my heart be acteptabli I i I I rd, my Rock and my Red* \ men." I stand tudible to me. The) are lost am and an ed All that 1 he hoa'. ing ilders, I he nodding of his itead. I hear ai sigh. His BOU! being p'>ured out l ,o ather in llea\ %  I ha learned n God houting. He want? no He wants the epentant spirit. If my fat In r can saj that is us'.' s'exl Sand.. Ji • v n "Holy < Ion isher in the New Year, 5695. Prom their neglect onal duties during th that they %  that .< %  be only a matter of rout ine for God ai for u ir of life and equest. But, no! < >n< eous man upon i arth i-tli not." We must enter the sanctuary i % %  ., %  i ed that we." Starting I I have pointed it, a tion it 1 tl ed the \. • >. "> time, God judgeall his creatures. ffei oleafor the \ Ji It hat he who hat Om i ; I le, who created man. VVi God, a >ul rooting ii 11 %  11 %  %  nted by these saints, pn md noble are lat fo in ] ith anyone • I • %  Oi F thi eri i as one of the righteous of h to this di ?tii o long as he love I of mankind. I mind of mortal man. what mu man. t h" ;. %  i| We ek i n i humbl bei >i e I he \ toh lv ha .iinii I tVe have i %  it true all I %  win n \i net Messianic Age. That v G family. .i the Heavei father, and. as he > "I an %  ii you" will %  and with a pen t ... i as he i omes to break t the narrow, the prejudiced, tind \our t hought on thi New i r us, let i res we reserve for ourselves. Let pi all the %  en of men. foi they are the childrei I !.. ludgmenl ea I ma truthfully -ay. "Be in leeds am I." That will wipe out every : an of su eriority. Let us start the New Yea THE INTERNATIONAL BAR 1048 Biscayne Hlvd. Wishing All Our Jewish Patrons A HAPPY NEW YEAH AMERICAN* •BEDDINGG %  '] | 1 HnnT I T)T jB| w i„hi All IiJewish Kriends and Patrons A HAPP1 NEW YEAR ( 451W.FLA64.ERST. EDMUND REID, I',,-. j': j: i mr 1 f^T 7T ~~M. HERMAN & CO. 138-440 S. W. 8th Ave. WHOLESALE CONFECTIONS. SCHOOL SUPPLIES —SPECIALTIES— KXTENDS TO ALL PATRONS AND PRIENDS BEST WISHES I'M: A ll VPPY NEW YEAR THE SUNSHINE CLEANERS %  142 N. W. 12lh Ave. Wish All Their Jewish Friends and Patrons A HAPPY NEW YEAR :.::n 8 THE MANAGEMENT (2-^9 of ^cD TIVOLI THEATRE SEVENTH AVE. 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%  Page Twelve THE JEWISH FI.ORIMAN Friday, September 7 1934 II'-.IIIIMIIIIIIIIHIII iiyiiiiuiintH' Announcements MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1545 S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 311 Waahinfton Ave., Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi Roh Hashi services will begin Sunday night at 7 o'clock when the Rabbi will preach on "The Last Mile." Monday morning servicea begin al 8 o'clock with the Rabbi preaching on "Portrait of a Moth er." Tuesday morning t InRabb! will preach on "Little Man. What now?" Cantor Rabbi Alex. S. u | will chant the Musof services, with Mr. William Clein chanting the Shachris. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 139 N. W. Third Ave. MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Rosh llashono will be ushered in Sunday night at 7 o'eloek with a brief sermon by the Rabbi. Monday morning services begin at 7:30, when Shachria will be chanted by Rev. s. Goodman and the Musaf services by Cantor Boria Schlachman. The Rabbi will preach in English at the morning servicea oi "Picturea Out of the Past." In the afternoon, following Mincha and the Tashlich service, the Rabbi will preach in Yiddish on "What Doea Rosh llashono Teach Us?" Tuesday morning services will be featured by a sermon by the Rabbi on "The Invisible God." Cantor Schlachman will be in charge of all chanting. j in Kaplan Hall, to which all are i invited. New Year's morning will ho observed Monday at 10 o'clock when the Rabbi will preach on "The Congregation and Religion." At these morning services. Shop paid Simpson, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Simpson, will be Bar Mitzva and the parents of the Bar Mitzva will be hosts to the worshipers at a reception in Kaplan Hall following the services. Special children's services will be observed preceding the regular .services at !':.'!() a. m. and all members of tlie Religious School are urtred lo attend. INTERESTING FACTS" RADIO SYNAGOG Abraham Kaplan. Russian Hebrew writer, who died in Vienna in is:i7. produced a book called "Ha-ShemeBh," in which he presented reflections on the sun. Rabbi s. M. Machtei, founder and director of the Radio SynaK Og, will preach over station WIOD at 8:45 on Sunday morning on "Salving Your Conscience." This is the second in the series of special High Holy Day sermons. In addition to the si rmon -here will be prayers, music scripture reading and a question box. The program will run from 8:45 a. m. to 0:30 a. m. Abraham Jacobi, American Jewish physician, was president of the New York Academy of Medicine from 1885 to 1889. Arthur Kclter established a record for jumping on skates al Sao Francisco in 1887. The novels of Rachel Mironovna Khin, nineteenth century Russian writer, criticized the manners of the Jews. Jacob Lagarto, South American rabbi and Talmudist of the teenth century, is generally believed to have been a son of Simon Lagarto of Amsterdam, Holland, l.eyser Lazarus was president t There are traces of the exi of the Jewish Theological Semiof Jews in the town of Lecce, nary of Breslau from 1875 to 1879. Italy, at the time of the Normans, Rosh Hashono services will begin Sunday evening at 7 o'clock when the Rabbi will preach briefly. Monday morning services liegin at 7:30 o'clock and the Rabbi will preach on "Are We Humans Damaged?" Tuesday morning servicea will be marked by the Rabbi's sermon on "A Retrospection! The Year 5694: What Does It Prognosticatt ?" Cantor Louis Dayman will chant the Musof serviceand Mr. Louis Weinkle will chant the Shachris, Tomorrow, Saturday morning, Joseph Kline, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Kline, will be Bar Mitzva. He will deliver a brief address following the recitation of the Haftoro. following which the Rabbi will speak briefly. Immediately after the service;) the parents of the Bar Mitzva will be hosts at a reception in the Talmud Torah Hall. TEMPI.E ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. E. Nineteenth St. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi New Year's services will begin at 8:15 p. m. Sunday with a sermon by the Rabbi on "Rabbi and Congregation." Following the i the Sisterhood will be hosts at a New Year's reception TIVOLI P. <••. 1 J,% Skowa 4:4} and *:•• P. M. 2c till 6:30—Evening 25c Matinee* Saturday and Sunday Continuous 2 to 11 Sunday Monday. Sept. 9-10 S^ I VI \ SIDNEY FREDRIC M \UCII Good Dame MR. S. H. PALMER President of Palmer's Wishes All His Friends and Customers A VERY HAPPY AM) PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR O Hill IIIIIIHHIHHIIHIItllUM A HAPPY NEW YEAR IIHHIIIIIIIIHIillllllll nun FRED C. EVANS CO. REAL ESTATE 2961 N. E. 2nd Ave. = I IINHHI i IIHM i IIMIHI IIIIIHHIIHIIIII Ill 'HlHllHIHB.1l I HIIHtl I IIHIHIIIHIMIII IIIIII Ml III IIIIIIIIIIIIHIHHII iiimmin Miii IM'MII THE SOITHERX CAFETERIA 326 w. 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Krjd8 y, Se ptember 7, 1934 The Hour Glass O THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Seventeen H\ a Weary Traveler Time flics on, waits for none, and a she passes through, makes history. The backbone of every Jewish communit; iits religious institution-. Here in Miami, candor require: us in say that though splendid in their own limited cirrepresent but a small of the Jewish community, probablj not even twenty per cent if the inhabitants. The Rabbis nn courageous and try to jerve, but time alone can dis;!.i reason. The mother synagogue of all, Beth David lias in the past several years undergone a metamorYoung men are directing its shii : Btate. Where to? A young energtic Rabbi, who is • i by the larger part of its membership, and who attends assiduously to his duties. Its Ladies' Auxiliary, nme again active, after Having -ailed through a storm of conflicting ambitions, is, it seem-, %  th sea. Temple Israel, with the same al its head quietly endearing to overcome the burdens of days, have raised funds to ami. we hope, defiassuage the demands of olders and creditors. Its pite the lack of co-opni his members genwally, attempts single-handedly to instill some feeling of religion amiine. : flock. Saturday serves, 'Hilary to even Reform are still lacking. Why • • • tune alone can tell. Its Sil lodding along and proicsults—perhaps its new '•" ll1 will accomplish what othfa led. Jacob Congregation a lack of leadership among ts laymen the inclination to WO men .any the bur' evident fear of cer• hamper its progr0M Nnancially, i, nee d have no Worries the tourists take good c -e of that problem. A new and young man is it, spiritual head !" '"' leBve8 "" stone unturned '" hel P • Hock along. Here, too "( a t '"' can be counted „„ a all times to put his shoulder to the wheel for his congregation. Its l ; ; 1 "Auxiliary probably the wcake-t in the entire state Why? '"• The youngest of the religious institutions, the Miami Jewish Or thodox Congregation small in numbers a group of men who, despite all discouragement and obstacles, slowly progress and financially and morally rank high in every particular. ,\ young man as itspiritual leader who carries aloft proudly the banner of traditional Jewry an.l who has the full hearted support of hiofficerand members. A Ladies' Auxiliary who rank probably as the most efficient and willing group in the entire area. Pew in numbers active and proud of its accomplishments. Perhaps unique is the last of the group, properly Included in the religious community The Radio Synagogue Unfettered by members and officers who attempt to dictate the course of the spiritual head remarkably effective in bringing about a closer and more sympathetic understanding of Judaism and Jews by non-Jews ridiculed by members of our own faith revered and respected by men high in the communal life of the city at large Its future'.' Time alone will tell. Throughout the state there seems to have been a renaissance IHIIIIIlMl.'ttl.lllllllltllflH.lttlllllllllMtmilllllllllll 1,111 ItlM II HI I ROYAL TYPEWRITER I AGENCY 123 N. E. First Street Novelties A HAPPY NEW YEAR New Address: I'hone 2-11115 religiously. Lakeland organizes a synagogue and religious school. Tampa has the indomitable and willing spiritual head of the Conservative congregation faithfully directing the spiritual welfare of ,,: people ... a young man leads Reform Jewry in Tampa following in the footsteps of an illustrious and devoted leader in Jewry His father. -• Petersburg at last awakens to its duty ... its conservative congregation has as its spiritual head one who knows through work and experience how to lead ... in the proper path of understanding %  his congregation begins to iow and the children begin to receive an education which is theirs by right of heritage ... Its Reform Jews have a young man as their head to whom Judaism is not merely an abstract proposition but a vital force for good in every city and so this city, which once boasted of a large sign upon the very portals of the city "Jews Not Wanted Here" may be proud of its revivification. • blando ... as its lay head a young man to whom Jewry is not Li • %  i %  I • I • 11 111111111 1111111111 •I BO'S, Inc. I WHOLESALE Sandwiches : IMes Delicatessen 156 N. E. 13th St. Phone 2-1784 Wishes All Its Jewish Friends § A Happy and Prosperous 2 NEW YEAR '.'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIM" something to be ashamed of he does his part in the civic work of the community, proud to tell all that he is a Jew one who has assumed the grave duty of attempting to instill the breath of life into the Jewish community of the state as a whole Its spiritual leader one who, though of the old generation, realizes and helps forge the everlasting link' which will continue to transmit the heritage of our people throughout the ages. West Palm Beach ... its Conservative congregation, after a trip through a sea of tribulations has gradually emerged ... a little stronger, but much wiser a new synagogue is built one which we hope will make it its purpose to serve the religious and communal work of the community Cont. on page 22 BEN FLEEMAN, SALES MANAGER and THE OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES of the FLAMINGO BREWING CO. Producers of FLAMINGO BEER "Miami's First" Extend to All Jewry Sincere Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR %  tllllll IIIIIIMI IIIIUI A IIAI'I'Y NEW YEAR KEEN SIGHT 12> Seybold Bldg. PHONE 2-3732 %  -; %  %  ; 5x2 CAFT TOM AND THE EMPLOYEES OF OapiL loins Irish. iVl&rf Extend to Their Many Jewish Friends and Patrons Sincere ishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR ^m mum %  i !* %  : rTTrrrng E A HAPPY NEW YEAR S Madam M. H. Rodriguez 1505 N. E. Miami Place Perfect Maiden Hrassieres" ~ %  *\ 1 % %  ; -. T All Mv Jewish Friends: A HAPPY NEW YEAR! Carlos Edwards MO [ngraham Bldg. SINCERE WISHES FOR A Happy New Pear CLARK-GRIFFEN TIRE COMPANY V \v. Kir-! Ave.and Pint St. TIRES — TIRE REPAIRS GAS OIL — GREASE Phone 2-8928 The Finest of Fiesh Sea Foods caught by our own boats daily at attractively low prices. All handled in observance of Sanitary rules and regulations. NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS T o Our Jewish Friends Miami Home Milk Producers Association Raw and Pasteurized Milk-Sour Cream-Sweet Butter-Cottage Cheese 'HOME EVAPORATED MILK" 7 9 N. W. 18th Terrace Phone 2-76%



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Pajce Twenty-eight THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN Friday, September 7, (' I T Take This Opportunity to Thank Their Manv Friends A Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR Jack Pallot and The Pallot Tire Company GOODRICH SiLVERTOWN More Mileage More Safety .More Comfort SIZE PRICE 1.40-21 ..$5.75 1.50-21 6.30 1.75-19 11.70 5.00-19 7.2H 5.25-18 h.on 5.50-17 8.75 fi.00-17 9.95 GOODRICH COMMANDER SIZE PRM K 1.50-21 S4.90 and i>ld lire 1.75-19 5.20 and old tin 8.20 and old tire GOODRICH BATTERIES Here \a a batter) iih plent) ul /ip and power thai "ill give j mi a ni idea ol batter; performance. • Irich Batteries C* i OUT a* lo a ?4.^0 \nd ^ i.ur i ild Batten For safety. Reliability, Dependability and economy in service none can surpass Goodrich tires. That is why we feel that in recommending the use of Goodrich tires to our host of friends we arcrendering them a distinct service. Insure a Happy New Year by banishing fear of blow-outs through the use of the new Goodrich Silvertown with the Life-Saver Golden ply. Buy from the Pallott Tire Co. to insure the service which its many customers have recognized and learned to depend upon. P PALLOT TIRE COMPANY 2246 N. E. 2nd Avenue CORNER OF 23rd STREET Phone 3-1266



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HHH1 *.?^-£?^* %  %  %  H Krid8 y, Sep tember 7, 1934 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Twenty-seven THE JEW AS A SOLDIER %  Prom the earliest period of the Ht-public to the present time, the j e w has been a conspicious figure in our regular army and navy, and in every branch of the service !,,. has made an honorable record. On the battlefields of Europe and America) the Jew has certainly shown by his coolness, courage and daring that he is a soldier inferior to none, but superior to many, and has proved his patriotism by offering his life as a sacrifice on the altar of the country that gives him shelter and protection. Every Jew may well be proud of our military record. Revolutionary War 1776 Total pouplation ."1,000 Jews. Many Stales debarred Jews as soldiers, yet over ICO fought on the Colonial side. Col. Isaac Franks and Col. David S. Franks were prominent. Although not a soldier, Haym Solomen did much to help the Cause. He gave to it |6S8,007.13, not a penny of which Hever repaid. War of 1812. Nn complete statistics of numbei of .lews who fought, but history records several prominent names: Col. Nathan Meyers, Capt. Meyer Moses, Adjt. Isaac Myers, Samuel Noah. Benjamin Gratz, Darid Metsler, and last but not lea-' Judah Turo. The building of Bunker Hill Monument was made 1 ible by the latter's donation of 10.00 toward its erection. War With Mexico 1846. About 7(1 men and of them 16 erved. General David De Leon was twice voted the 'hanks of Congress. Other distinguished soldiers, Surgeon (leuMoses. Albert Levy, Colonel Leon Dyer, Major Alfred Mordecti, Samuel Henry and Sgts. Jacob Davis, and Corporal Jacob HirsehI irn. Civil War 1861. Jaws fought with equal bravery on both sides—over K,(JU() took part, out of a total population of 160,000. Of this number there Iwere 760 officers and numbered among them B general-. Seven in the Blue Army received medals from the hands of President Lincoln. North Carolina sent six Cohen brothers; South Carolina 5 Muses brothers; New York 5 Wenk brothers and Col. Simon Levy and his three sons. The prominent and distinguished namean too manv to enumerate. War With Spain 1898. More than 5,000 men joined — far more than their numerical proportion to the population. The first volunteer was a Jew, the first soldier to fall was a Jew. Not less than 150 Jews dashed up San Juan Hill with Roosevelt. World War 1917-1*. 250,000 served during the World War. This was almost 5 per cent of the armed forces of the U. S. A. whereas Jews form but %  '. per Cent of the population. Of those in the service, 20 per cent were VOLUNTEERS. No less than 1100 citations for valor were awarded to .'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir = GREETINGS § 2 Send Your Laundry to the = HOME SERVICE LAUNDRY = ROY II. TURNER, Prop. = 122.". s. W. 6th St. Phone 2-5654 = We Call for and Deliver = niimimiHiniiiHiiHiHiHUHHi minin JUII Illllllllll II IIIIIIIL S Mrs. Alex Mendelson E and E Miss Bertha Mendelson E | THE ALRAY SHOPPE | Z 119 Venetian Arcade Wish All I = A HAPPY NEW YEAR | riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiri IP ITS PAINTING OR WATERPROOFING JAKE NEHAM New York Decorating Co. 218 11th St.. Miami Beach Phone 5-3883 _Tl.e_ Rosedale Delicatessen 170 N. W. Fifth Street Extends to All Their Patrons and Friends Sincere Wishes for a VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR J< ws. Of the 78 Congressional Medals of Honor awarded, :t were conferred on Jews. There were about 10,000 Jewish commissioned officers in service. Jewish casualties were 14,000, of which 2,800 made the supreme sacrifice. —Reprint from the Jewish Veteran. Rabbis Hack Anti-Nazi League Holy Hays Appeal Upwards of 250 rabbis, convened by the New York Kashruth Association to consider the kosher meat situation in the metropolis, unanimously decided to lend their active and wholehearted support to the High Holiday Appeal of t h e Non Sectarian Anti-Nazi League To Champion Human Rights, which is conducting the boycott against German goods and services in this country. The Hon. Samuel Levy, Borough President of Manhattan is Chairman of Holy Day Appeal Committee, which includes in its membership leading rabbis and laymen. Rabbi N'achman H. Ebin, chairman of Kashruth Association, in addressing the assembled rabbis, called attention to the peculiar responsibility of traditional Jewry to make the boycott against Nazi Germany an irresistable and effective instrument for the liberation of the Jews from the deadly danger of Naziism. The High Holidays, Dr. Ebin declared, are a most fitting opportunity for the accomplishment of the three objectives of the Anti-Nazi league appeal; the intensification of the sales resistance to German products, the cleansing of the ranks of traditional Jews from traitors wha continue, blusjness (relations with the enemy and the raising of funds to enable the League to continue its boycott activities with ever-increasing vigor. The assembled rabbis decided to devote at least one Holiday sermon to the boycott and to urge their congregants to contribute liberally to the boycott funds of the Anti-Nazi League. SCHIFF'S DELICATESSEN 1B9 N. W. 5th St. Extends to All Patrons and Friends Sincere Wishes for a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR 7 WIVE. Adults 20c— Children 10c Boi Office Opens 6:45 P. M Sunday Sunday-Monday. Sept. il-l(l JANET GAYNOR JOHN BARRYMORE Carolina I'ro-Tect-I Awning Shutter Corp. 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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, September 7, 1934 • Impressive memorial services, for the first time in the history of the Jewish communities of Greater Miami, will be held at the Jewish section of the Woodlawn Cemetery, owned by the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association, on Sunday afternoon, September 16, l>eEinninn promptly at 2 o'clock. This is the Sunday preceding Yom Kippur and is in accordance with %  traditional custom observed in many communities throughout the world. Taking part in the ceremonies will be Rabbis Max Shapiro. Julius Washer, David I. Rosenbloom, Jacob H. Kaplan and Samuel M. Machtei. Memorial prayers for the departed will be recited by Cantors Boris Schlachman, Louis Hayman and Alex S. Wiesel. There will be no charges of any kind or collections made. Following the memorial services individual prayers will be recited for the departed who are interred on the ceremony, if request is made by their relatives attending. The Jewish public of Greater Miami is • .1 to attend. In charge of arrangements is a committee conng of W. I.. Williams, I. L. tzer and J. Louis Shochet. • %  The first fall meet ng for Beth David -.-• %  • h ood will be held at Bet! David Talmud Torah Hall on Wedi Sept ., ut i p. m., which all members are urged to attend. At this meeting plans will be adopted for the annual Succah and Simchas Torah, sponsored by the Sisterhood for the Sunday school and Talmud Torah children, as well as for the adult members of the congregation. The meeting of the members will be preceded by a meeting of the board of directors in the form of a luncheon at the Talmud Torah promptly at noon. • • • Attended by an unusually large gathering. impressive memorial services for the late Chaim N'achman Bialik. world famous Jewish poctlaure"ate, were held at the Ixmdon Arms Hotel last Sunday evening. Mr. Harry Simonhoff presided. Addresses during "the evening, eulogistic of the works and accomplishments of Bialik, as a Zionist, and particularly as a poet, imbued with prophetic vision to enable him to portray the vt ry soul of the Jew, were delivered during the evening by Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Julius Washer, Rabbi Max Shapiro and Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom, who began in Hebrew and concluded in the English with excerpts of Bialik's poems. Miss Adele Segal read a number of the poet's works, as did Ernest London. During the evening strong stress was laid on the necessity for the re-establishment of a local Zionist district. Cantor Boris Schlachman chanted a memorial prayer, and at the conclusion of the meeting led the audience in the singing of the national hymn, the "Hatikvo." • • • Within the next sixty days Greater Miami will see the results of an intensive drive which has for its purpose the education of Ji'wqy tow'arde 'the need i*or a Young Men's Hebrew Association building. Committees are now at work arranging for the third annual ball of the local Young Men's Hebrew Association, the proceeds of which will enable the organization, it is hoped, to erect a building to house the manifold activities of the organization. Many of Miami's Jewish active communal workers have signified their willingness to help the organization and have accepted committee appointments for the dance. Mr. Murry Grossman, past president of the Y. M. H. A., is actively in charge, and is being aided by the officers and members of the organization. • • All members and friends, and the general public is urged to attend the noonday luncheon being sponsored by the officers of Emunah Chapter, O. E. S„ sit the Southern Cafeteria on Tuesday, September 2~>, from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. The proceeds will be used towards the special fund being raised to defray the costs of the sessions of the Grand Chapter of the order, which will be held here in April, 11135. • • All members of tho girls' division of the Y. M. H. A. are urged to attend the next meeting of t ne club at its clubrooms on Tuesdav evening, September 11, beginning at 8 o'clock. Important busineti will be transacted. ^IIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH: Best Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year I SOUTHERN DAIRIES | = Locally Produced Milk — Ice Cream — Cottage Cheese. Quality Dairy Products and Cultured Sour Cream. I PHONE 2-8431 1 niiminm 1 nun IIIIIIIIM 1 iiiiiiiiiiniiiii' 11 HlltltS CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL PARAMOUNT THEATRE Miami ALWAYS THE BEST SHOW IN rows Mr. and Mrs. L. SILVERMAN and the £ SILVER PAINT Coi 269 W. Flagler Street Phone 3-2718 ... Wishes for All Their Patrons and Fri. nda a Happy New Year -A 1 Greetings, Jewish Friends! 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% Page Four THE JKWISH FI.OBinlAN Friday, September 7, 1934 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Pl.lI.ISHED EVIERV FB1DAY JKWISH Kl. "HUMAN PUBLISHING CO. P. O. B01 2*71 Miami. Florida Phone 2-1181 EDITORIAL OFFICES: 421 8. \v ink Anu PhMM I-11U J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. MUM MM. Circalation Manaiw CANTOR BORIS S( HLACHMAN, Field Representative %  filtered aa Mttond rlw* matter July 4. ISM. at thr Poat Officint Miami. Florida. umlar thiAct ..f March 3, 187. WEST PALM BEACH SAMUEL SCHUTZER Representative ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN Representative • ORLANDO IRENE BRAVER'IAN Repre.r.;ative limits of Palestine, "a homeland for the Jewish people." 5. A B'nai B'rith Ixnige which will redound to the glory of Miami, and not be the laughing stock of all who know what B'nai B'rith stands for. fi. A Jewish Welfare Bureau that will boast of a membership taking in every family in this area that does not receive charity. 7. A Rabbinate that will in i'l in jitters concerning the Jewish people, work together as one, tree from selfish and individual mot Ives. r>. A cohesive group of Jewish men and women, who in all their actions, in all their depas, will for the Common good Of the entire community, in Viiami or throughout the -tat'' be ready, willing and able ti; act as .lews, unselfishly and w'ith dignity, so as to accomplish the greatest good for all. '.'. A Young .Men's Hebrew Association, housed in quarters thai simple ways (call it the coffee, if you please) that caused the illness. Or was it the added trimmings of doing away with this, and doing away with that, of adding a frill (call it modern idea-1 here and substituting something new there. It seems to us that adhering to the plain and simple fare is not only a good rule in dieting, but may he applied to religion and our daily behavior as well. Why add trimmings that have been found wanting, and then blame it on the COFFEE. MMfiiMMlllMHnillM ,„„„„„„„, MII ut t N "" MMMMMM 'I he Jewish News Around the World will enable it to help build and PASTOR "RE REVEALS" TAMPA, FLA. MRS. II. II. KISLER Representative mold our youth physically and I spiritually. And towards the accomplishment of these purposes, the Jewish FloJKWISH NRA PLOT WEST FLORIDA BUSINESS AGENT S. (i. AROSON 4209 Central Avc. Tampa, Fla. SUBSCRIPTION Seattle Radio Station KXA CUt ort an attack on President Roosevelt B8 representing "the GLOOM CHASER HIS) IHWIIIIIHHMIM4IH" Many a person may be the picIn discussing geographical ture of health only it may be science with a group of Oriental hand |nted friends, the conversation t*Md to the vexing problem of the j n „. ternational date line the gainLittle Man, you're crying: I know rf ^ ^ ^ ^ : why you're blue; Someone took your away; kiddie-ear fl '"'" ( hinu an(l tm losin 8 "'' it Oil I he way back. ,, •> v„i, An ''"" explained quite easily; What the heck do you care? You ^^ ^ x cansteal. better onetoday. e; ^ Someone stole your marblesl fell k^ v „ u Chi ridian unhesitatingly pledges its Jew8( |1(i( lhl Amer ican people," aid. COFFEE Sli Mania. Ona T.a, II. (0 II •• Vol. 7—No. 36 FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1931 Shall We Resolve? Yankel was sick, so sick that ho could hardly drag himself to the [doctor's office. And HE KNEW just what made him sick. THE COFFEE. Until he drank that coffee, he felt fine tip-top. And then like a million devils in a free-for-all right pummelling themselves around in his stomach, and he getting the worst of tion KXA declared, was interrui it. That's bow he felt. The doced because his statements were "in and a demand for resistance to the NRA "because it is a gift of the Jews," launched by Roy Watson, evangelist and former bank robber, who -erved a term in prison. Watson, speaking before 10 worshipers in Rethel Pentecostal Temple here, denounced Roosevelt for "surrounding himself with Jewish advisers" duifing n talk whose topic was announced as '"The NRA in the Light of Revelations." Broadcast of the address, Stayou what you do— Swipe twice as many when you get the chance. Someone stole your shirt? Say tomorrow you can confis cate his pants! As you grow to manhood, take what you can grab; Rob the orphan, filch the widow's mite; Organize a merger; use the law to nab Every single bit of cash ill sight. When you have a billion, or two of them, or three, All your sins and wasted life con fess, And give the church a million. Little Man. you'll be a Big Success! uphill allee way. boat go more slow. In., one day. You come back again, downhill allee way, boat go more quick, catchem up one day' An examining optician eye witness. (Jive a starving sinner a M|UIC>meal first pray for him after, word. direct violation of our contract The Rev. W. II. offiler. pastor of Bethel Temple, who heard Watson's speech, asserted that in his pinion there was nothing wrong Awe rapidly approach the tor looked at his overcoated High Holy Days, and as individtongue and smiled. "Did you eat an ,i because "it is not the purpose uals begin to take stock of the, anything hcfori that coffee?" he „f KXA to carry .-uch attack-." past, one wonders whether or not asked. "Sure," Yankel replied, in this day ami age, the wise rule "but it wasn't them things because suggested by our sages of old ... I felt okay until I drank that cofthat of taking stock for commafee. It Was that damn coffee that nities would not be a splendid done it." "What wenthem things w jth it. one to follow. you had?" persisted the doctor. But, as the Machzor ... the (, h. nothing much," replied our A| N<-w Hab|)js |., ac(K glchanan prayer book quaintly puts it, Yankel. "Just some gefillte fish "Who are we to ask for bounties and ehrain. some chopped liver, when we approach thee, devoid of '""" ll > %  "" l 'nandlcn soup, roast deeds?" And in all due humility chicken, a few fried potatoes, a as befits this solemn occasion nice big b.kshen koogel and ." ithis not true of our comma-1 An d bre d pickles, pie, some beer, nities? What have the Jewish a schnapps on the side, and some communities, as such, accomplished dessert?" queried the doctor ae reached for his prescription pad. "Yes," admitted Yankel. "But Mabel Will he fight at the drop of a bat '.' Kthcl — Sometimes. When one dropfrom S20 to $19.98 and his wife improves the opportunity to save. Cupid doesn't always win a prize when he hits the bull's-eye. Never judge a man's worth by Instatement to the tax collector, School Says Man) a girl marries an old man because of the cloud'silver lining. (It her people's mannerworry most of us more than our own morals. in the past year? What has been done, in a constructive way to help advance the cause of Judaism in <" %  Of them things didn't make this area? In education? Zionism? Rdligion? Philanthropy? me sick, doc, because it was when I drank that coffee that the terWe hesitate to put the true reply ri,,1 P ain come into my stomach into cold print. Why dwell on the lack of accomplishment.for the past? and doubled me up and We wonder if that's the trouble with all of us Jews today. The Would not our time be better good old-fashioned traditions ,.f -pent, one might ask, in planning our forefathers that helped the constructive work for the year l.i people withstand the tortures of come? And so we, too, willingly inquisitions and pogroms was all join in this suggestion, and probad. Prayers wire out of elate. pose: We needed choirs, beautiful synaA concerted drive, during the >-'gues. sisterhoods and brothertime when a general "New Deal" %  h "" (l "Is being planned to rehabilitate parties religion and philanthropy through-' I'leas for attendance at the Syriaout the country, lure in Miami gOgUe? Were they not t here when Air ncwly-ordainer rabbis, recently graduated from the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological SeiaiI nary of New York, have been placid in pulpits all over the country, it was announced Friday. Among the pulpitthat have been filled during the past month are: Augusta, (ia., Rabbi Samuel Blinder; Cambridge. Mass., Rabbi Philip Greensteiiv; Carbondale, Pa., Rabbi Solomon Wind; Du buciue, Iowa. Rabbi Hugo Mintel; Norfolk, Vs., Rabbi Jacob Agushewitz, and South Bend. I ml.. Rabbi llyman Cohen. Working before his school (If Student Cherubim, Lord Cod, the Artist, made a fool. And then gave life to him. But ere he turned adrift His fool beneath the sun, "Lord." begged the Cherub. "Give a gift to this ungifted one!" "Name Thou." said He, "this day The boon that thou dost call The greatest gift wherewith I may Kndow a fool withal." "(iive him." the Cherub eric-, "If it shall be Thy will, The greatest thing a fool should prize, The gift of keeping still. Bui the Lord Coil shook his head And smiled upon His school; "If he should have that gift," He said. "He would not be a fool.'' Perhaps faint heart ne'er won lair lady because it ipartial to brunettes. Apropos of the beginning of school days; Joe—How were grades last i|Uarter? College Jules Verne. Joe How's that? College Twenty thousand leagues under the C. Fortunate is the bride who IS Dances, above all, card What matter the Rabbis' Reich Medical |{ody Admits Foreigners The Clerk I -ee you refused to trust Mrs. Multirox for a jar of pate de Idie gras. I always l bought slu was good pay. The Grocer Sure, she's good pay, but how'm I goin' to charge her with a jar of pate de foie gras **" B^OOmed. when I don't know how to spell it" THE INDOMITABU Man can't change the weather, WANDERER but he can do a lot of growling ., ,.,„,, M Raskin about it. k t,._ me Though nations may abhor me. Though hate and scorn I f> nd Jewish inhabitant.designed ih conscious one's duties to himself, lib men and hi.institutions. 2, To "attend •.he Synagogue Berlin—Foreign Jewish doctorwill be admitted to the international m e d leal post-graduate courses arranged for by the Her lin Academy of Medicine, but German Jewish dictors are barred, it Was announced today. The action of the Berlin Acad emy of Medicine folh.w> the precedent set by the Nazi government Moses in a basket, hidden in the rushes, Miriam, Insister, watching all the while; A guiding star shines o'er Die, A glorious goal before me. A martyr's path behind. and throughout th, state, for; cards were being played? Did 1. Education among our adult they not attend the events at the ,,, night clubs, sponsored by the' -yn arouse a Jewish callousness of agfogues? Nothing simple for fellow then1 U y Wanted something itself that Jewish studentand fancy modern. tourists from abroad are Welcome Have you noted pre-n port'" Germany and can go anywhere and Temple at least on,.a week." recently? Have you observed that "'' do anything, but that native .1. That your children receive the recent holocaust in Cermany German Jews are not welcome. brought -o many of our estranged Recently the chief of the Berlin brethren back to the fold .? Do police issued an order forbidding nly J.liaroa,^ ..aught.,bathing ,,„. ^^ „„„ aml au ght (Inlv I'b-.,.'-.I,'' I u. Sha never bar niy Wayi WMI\ | ll,ilti;iJi u (j'l iiirht IT ,ai, t. .. tin hal, smile. ?, faith, my strongest rafter, Strong and sturdy manhood came as year.went by: Soft luxuriant kingdoms were not for -uch as he. Foretells a golden "after," A great and glorious day. No night my soul can frighten, No loud-boshroudod skies! My rob,. „f faith I tighten, K,-.-l,. ;., i !" y rone ol lUlin 1 UK"-"I Kc I SUM,., prophet, giver of the Ami „,. tilI day ,„.!! brighten. law, Endowed with power from a i, ve el Inpeople free. 'I he sun of love shall ri-< • Somi where on Mount Neb,, angeldug the sod, tage, and their lore, in Talmud you realize the trend back to the the molestation of foreigners Secretly was Moses buried by hi.Cod. an education in matters concerning the Jewish people, their belli and Sunday school. faith of our fathers, by every wing VOn those who look like Jews' 4. A live, active Zionist diSOf Jewry? and ordering university chiefs, to Beware of the man whose do* crawls under the house when h master enters the gate. trict, which Will arouse within the We wonder whether it really was '' %  ,• to it that foreign Students, in Jewish people a -park of pride in the observance of the real religion eluding Jews, were treated respectthe effort to rebuild within the 1 of our fathers, their tradition and fully. If kissing will be a thing of tl* A dead man is of as mud, use p;ist m M v ,. a ,.., M a bacteriolo to the World as a lazy one -and gat sav> how „,„ poster goodby to all that tax money'' he takes up less room.



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Page Twenty THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAH Friday, September 7, 1934 I 1 i I e VISION AND FAITH A New Year Message Hy RABBI A. S. kl. KlNIK.il> Congregation B'nai Israel, St. Petersburg, Florida All the loyal households of IsTo go forward it is the messagi rael are gathered this day in the of this New Year's day to humani humble Synagogues or in spacious ornate temples to observe the New Y e a r 6696. Wherever t h descendants of Abraham maj be in tho worldwides plat the diaspora they are gathered today to ,i b s o r v e the passing of time and renew their FAITH AND VISION for the year or years to eomi. If 1 had a voice that could reach into all the houses if worship 1 would 1 epeat the words of holy writ. "Speak unto the children of Is rael, thai they ina> ward." W h a t was the cond %  time? They had been rescued from slavery and were on %  •'.. th and visi n was v^ry limited. Similarly the wol nfu and under su I ions -loll faith, men and women I fu!'. faitl ansing powi of truth. istici and honor can call aloud a th the voice of God. • %  Why ye in despair? to the peoples of the earth, an I tell their, to go f To t %  %  '' :u 1 1 of the hour. To place our faith in the abl< I ficient off the American government to have the vis thai ir and jus an solve the problems and wit lith in << the wat ibt and %  thai the path ol tafi 1 y ttions may wa ice, secur as well as to individuals. Yester day we gave ourselves over to the .,-1. t 1 us memories, its recollections of good and bad. of joy and sorrow, oi d fail111 1. This morning We are faCird, all should ri solve to face trd. Your f u t u r e happiA 11 depend w you will face forward. YOU don'' kn > how long you will enjoy tin' opportunity for -ervice to your • ommunity and to } %  I w men. We are In ing in a troubled pr sen! — We are facing an unGEORGE F. SIMMONS Vice President SOFT WATER LAUNDRY, Inc. •/.uric Dry Cleaning" 515 22nd St., South ST. PETERSBURG. II. A. %  Wish All a H\IT> NEW W.Mi .j I LEVY DRUGS, INC. 302 S. Morgan St. Tampa, I'la. Extends to All Jewry A Happy i"" 1 Prosperous NF.W YKAIJ Sincere Greetings to All Our Jewish Friend. Garden Theatre YOUR THEATRE Nebraska and 20th Aves., Tampa. Kla. BEST PICTURES AND BEST PRICES 1:, 1 price paid for tallow am Want regular connection. Write or phone Pan-American Soap Companay. 3608 -1th Ave., Tampa. It> a. happiness. known future, we must build an ng foundation upon which ; rear u sound structure of a sound Judaism for young and old [ in out beautiful state of Florida, We need vision; "Where there is no vision the people perish." We need courage and optimism, and, above all things we need faith. n ourselves and in our promised destiny. Be not afraid or dismayed. Out into the New Year ill go forward, armored with rded with courage and with tl tafl of a deathless faith 1 ivercome the difficulties that may confront us. Facing forvard s a symbol of high hope, courage and unfaltering faith, vision is the means by which to at%  • Leal moh tova t ik< > .May the Lord grant to all our people here and abroad a happy and is new yea Air. and Mrs. Sam Blank of MIAMI BEACH Wish All Their Relative and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. M. H. KISLER of Tampa. Fla. Extend Best Wishes to All for a Very Happy New Year Jewish New Year Cards ECONOMY INDEX, Inc. Office: 314 Twigjjs St. Opp. Hillsboro Hotel cp Mrs. Mac Benjamin Of St. Petersburg, Fla. Extends Best Wishes to All for a HAPPY NEW YEAH NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS A. T. REMILEN DeSotO and Plymouth Cars Tampa and Jackson Sts. TAMPA, FLA. Phone 1032 Rabbi and Mrs. Alex. S. Kleinfeld Wish for all Jewry, and particularly the mi nibers and worshippers of Con. B'nai Israel of St. Petersburg, A HAPPY NEW YEAR NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS YOUNG'S "DEPENDABLE' B. 1 1 YOUNG, Pi FLOOR COVERINGS FURNITURE Cor. Florida and Michigan Aves. I'hone 2916 I \ M P \. F I A. SM \lll> RABBI WM. ROSENBLATT \\ .. %  1 lewi and thi membei • %  t Temple Beth El. St. Petei sburg, Fla.. .1 Happy and Prosperous New Year :iiiMHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiii>_ Rabbi and Mrs. I David L. Zielonka = — the mi = a f C mg. 5 3 Schaarai S rampa, Fla., s = A II W'I'Y NKW YEAR § F 7 ,11111111111111111 • 11111111 %  111111111111 • 1111F^ The Kosher Food Shop of SHOCHEDS. NEWMAN ill7 Central Ave. Fuhrmann's FOUNTAIN TEA ROOM Million Dollar Tier ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. Wishes All Their Jewish Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR RABBI ADOLPH Hl'RGER Wishes the officers, memind worshipers of Cong. %  holom, Tampa. Fla I. wa of Florida A HAPPY NEW YEAR •'> v. Jewry a Happy and Prospei N ew Year JOHN S. RHODES, INC. Funeral Directors ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. Wishes All Their Jewish Frienda A HAPPY NEW YEAR II11 IIMlll IIII Mil M Mllliri II Itll III IIIIMIIIIII Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll The Tampa YOUNG MEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION Ex] rest Ti All Jewry A HAPPY NEW YEAR IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIir.'lill



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Page Twenty-two THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN Friday, September 7 > i J I THE HOUR GLASS Cont. from page 17 rather than but why mention that? ... its Reform congregation much stronger because of detections from the other congregation. As its spiritual leader one who ranks high in the work >t' the community at large yet does not neglect the requirement of his own people indomitable ill Ins duties and fearless ill his purposes The Hebrew Friendly Inn conceived in the age-old spirit of Abraham yet the same repeaters return to enjoy the sunny winter weather as the guests of and at the expense of Miami J< wry shall it he continued? 'the Jewish Welfare Bureau splendid work in a limited way hampered by lack of funds and a lack of understanding between it and the greater portion of the Jewish community granted that some things might be tered still ere.lit should be given for accomplishing much good under great difficulty ... A Ladies' Auxiliary which, despite criticism hesitates not to do the most menial work to aid the organization ... if credit should lie given the Welfare Bureau for what it does the greatest portion of this credit should go to its ladies. The B'nai B'rith what do namemean'.' ... In this case it is the very antithesis of Sholom ... a breeding place of discord and disharmony lack of co-operation, unwillingness to work a wonderful gathering of B'nai B'rith leaders afforded an oppoi tunity to build which was thrown away and disregarded. Its future? We dare say there is none. Tlie Greater Miami .Jewish Cemetery Association ... at last on the road to BUCCOSS not merely financially hut because it has eradicated and removed from OUI midst the disgraceful competition between synagogues and Rabbit that had been prevalent before Even here, a clearer vision of one's rights and duties would be of wonderful help to all. The local Zionist district but why speak when good cannot be .-aid? perhaps 5696 will see the breath of life animate its cataleptic state and ideals again lake their proper sphere in what could be a factor for good. Junior Hadassah ... a record banner year in membership much work is accomplished in its various spheres of activity the community becomes among the younger Jewish sat Ha dassah minded. Senior Hadassah hero, too, though BOme accomplishments ;ir recorded ... a lack of good feeling prevails why'.' Shall we be charitable and say it is due to personal ambitions or rather ... a lack of understanding of one another There remains hope for this organization when the feeling for the homeland, however, is apparent. The Council of Jewish Women a seat for those who want to lead, irrespective scholarships provided from some who are deserving and for some who? • here that assimilationist tendency which was so prevalent in Germany prior to Hitler is rather evident Let u.s hope that so severe a lesson will not be needed. Junior Council of Jewish Worn ,. M serving a splendid pui pose as a social organization accomplishing some (rood in the community setting its own path and not being guided by the parent organization ... if we may call It such .. would be Of value. The Young Men's Hebrew Asso ciation ... if one can believe in transmigration of soul.... a successor to the old purposeless Friendship League becomes u virile factor in the life of the Jewish community ... it lacks financial and moral support which it should receive from the community aa whole ... it possesses enthusiastic, devoted and unselfish men who believe in service not to themselves, but to their fellow men we predict a great Talent is a gift future for this organization o fm/ older strnog temptation. may we suggest ... a lew oiuer • ... I who has not light m men of experience in the ndminissham( |( ssly fM ., trative officeof the association I gay about fifty per cent of the officers would aid greatly. There are other organizations ... but one wearies as one travelAs the old year passes on and I We reach the threshold of another may it produce bounties for each • understanding tol< rjance altruism the realiza Ition of the rights of one's fellow man ... in short may it bring to our Jewish leaders and followers I as well that which encompat i all these Judaism. it to fall asleep. of God, Happy indedly or idly '• 1984 and a is he lost it, idlowed Mr. and Mrs. .Julius Damenstein and Daughter Wish for All Their Friends A Happy and Prosperous New Year IIMMOIINII I'lllillHIHIII I IINIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII A llAl'l"! NEW YEAR Dade Amusement Co. 13S N. K. 10th St. Phone 2-ltititi minim tt iiii.iiiiiin HI MAX'S DELICATESSEN 1167 WEST FLAGLER STREET Extends to All Patrons and Friends Sincere Wishes for a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR r itiiiiiitiin HI HIIIIIIIIIIIHIHINIHH HI i, \. W. First Street 1158 N. 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FridaySeptember 7, 1934 THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN !'age Nine S^mM iranmnmi] [^rrnnm^ (.j^^g ^=^ l.crinnmimia giim ,,n iMMimmii „ i„„„„ m iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii I n every land a nd in every age since the dawn of his to7v the Jewish people have contributed their share towards the u pbuilding of humanity. Much of the success of present day civilization is due to the contributions of these undaunted people in every land and clime, despite persecution and oppression Among the greatest achievements of the Jewish people has been the p reservation of their habits, customs, religion and literature, through all ages, among many nations ... an achievement unparalleled by any other people in history. It is our privilege to say L'SHONO TOVA T I K 0 S A V U = — t = = = = Make the New Year Count A New Year's Message By RABBI MAX SHAPIRO Beth David Congregation liimiiimii > "'•' "" ml "" "#j [^aniumruja] \a L DHUJJJJJU | [sujuimiJiiJ*?"'• %  .1I.IJIED B)| [HCLILIIIIIIU! 1 [* May I extend the seasonal greetings—"L'shona Tovah" "A Happy New Year" to my coreligionists and friends of Greater Miami. I take it for granted that all of you know the purpose of this g I < %  a t New Year's Day, and understand its i in 11 1 i cations. You will come into the sysnagogue, burdened with the conge i 0 usness of sin, and seeking pardon from the A 1 m i g h t y through confession and penitence. That all of us are sineverywhere and reach peacefully the shores of its happy destination. We can produce a golden era for Judaism in Miami if we could o p drifting and begin to direct, to act prudently and forget our petty, p u n y. selfish d i f f e r ences. There is nothing new in our continuance of bad old habits and ways. But it would be new and wondrously fine, were we "Elders" to set our "Youth" an r, x a m p 1 e in faithfulness, C0%  • P e r a tiveness that would fire their admiraners, more or less, none will distlon; were we to demonstrate by pute. That all of us will really be ,,„, |j vea the sincere faith that is moved to come to the synagogue wjth|M m ,,. W( ,,,,.. jn Ih( .. M1W by the purpose of the day, that all year to be a "happy" one of us will be truly penitent, and humbly desirous to confess and "* we a Jew.sh ideal and love atone for our sins ... is not quite it because we believe in it, beso indisputable. Whatever may eauw we contribute to life through be the motivating impulse that it. It was Simeon, the Righteous, will bring you to the House of of Talmudic fame, who taught that God remember there is the world depends for its happibut one thing that is tolerable on nesa on three thing.-: Torah or reRosh Hashono, and that is: lionligion, service, not only a remuesty clean, simple, undefiled nerative one, but for the cause of honesty ... in heart, in soul, in Israel; and the doing of merciful mind, in prayer and in desire. If deeds. there can be the greatest of sins wlu n Wl BhaU i,,.,.,,,,,,. aware of added to your present catalogue olll responsibility .if working one of sins, it is when you would atw j tn another harmoniously, by tempt to dissimilate and to deceive, mitigating the sufferings of our to hide evil under a pretense of tl .il,,w Jews in bigoted countries, good, to cloak moral foulness with |, y lU1 sharing life with others and the white garment of a pretended jjving for them as well as with piety. them we shall know a "Shono Let us in all sincerity make the Tovah," a year in which goodness Jewish year 5G'J5 a "new" and will predominate and through it "happy" one. Let us forgive and we shall experience a year, both forget wrongs committed one to new and happy. another, and be resolved to stand Then, indeed, God will bless us I ready at our posts of duty: let us "Bakol," with everything, with mawork together for the cause of Isterial riches and spiritual wealth, ra