The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( 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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MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1938
PRICE 60 CENTS


PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH PLORLDLAN
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23. 193a
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Aaroni at Plashing, Iyng Island.

CONYALEM ES IN
HOSPITAL
M; Norrna .- .rt.:, -',r daughter
of Mr. ari'l Mr-. Julius Sim;
U convalescing in the Jackson Me-
morial Hospital from an appendec
torn;..
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RET I RNS TO
CITY
Mr. Ph'lip Berkowits returned to
the dty from a month'- trip in the
north visiting in Baltimore, N.-w
Cork, Philadelphia and Render-
sonville.
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BABY IS
BORN
Mr. and Mi 1. Hai : ig 1 re
ai nouncing the b'rth of a baby
son on September 17th at the
Jack on Memorial Hospital. Th<-
brii will take place Saturday
morning at the hospital and all
friends are cordially invited to be
present.

BABY. BOY
IS BORN
Mr. and Mr-. Max Mark of
Miami Beach are receiving con-
gratulations on the l.irth of a baby
hoy on September 18th, at the
vv.-.d worth Hospital in Hew York
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MIAMIAN TO
CONDI I BERTH BS
of Miami
Tampa, Via., wl
he will conduct the services at the
Congregation in
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ba-k to Tampa for the Yom Kip-

RETURNS TO
CITY
Mr- Bertha B Levy 'if MM s-
W. Fifteenth Street. has returned
to the city with her family for the
winter.

SORORITY ELECTS
OFFICERS
At the regular meeting of the
Iota f'hi Soror'ty the following
officem wen elected, Miss Evelyn
Greenwald, president; Miss Sylvia
Schaff, vice-president; Misi Mar-
ian Shculwofe, secretary; Miss
Marcie Adelman, treasurer; Mist
Bebe Pineman, rush captain and
Mi-- Mildred Moss, historian.

M tBBIAGB TAKES
PLA< E
The marriage of Mis Sophie
Delnick to Felix Velenka, both of
Lo Angeles, Cal'f., took place
la Sunday evening at 625 Michi-
gan Avenue, Miami Bench, with
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiat-
ing. After the ceremony a party
followed at the Roadside Rest

RETURN FROM
HONEYMOON
Mr. and Mrs. H. Harry Fried-
man, Jr.. returned to the r'ty after
in extended honeymoon trip in
'he North. The wadding took
place at the summer home of the
Mrs.
-n., on August
k of-
bride, formerly
Miss Frances erg. was
graduated from the Ul
For-..-' if T 11 Pratl t and from
il Park Seminary, r
"Id. Mr. Friedman, son of
Mr. and Mr-. I) H. Friedman of
Miami, wa- graduated from Al-
demy, Albany. N. Y., and
ihe Sheffield Scientific School of
Yale University where he wa- a
member of Pi Lam Ma Phi Frater-
nity and is as.-o iatad here as an
engineer with the Peoples Gas
Company.

YOUNG JUDEA
TO MEET
The next meeting of the Tamar
de Sola Pool: Stephen 8. Wise
Young Judea flub will be held on
September 28, 1938, in the Beth
David Talmud Torah at 7:30 p. m.
It is to I :r. informal "Pep"
meeting and for tbi next
will be selected. Those
in the program are
Esther 1 ten
Mar W hi David Jacobs and
Lois Riesner. Refreshments will
ed and a social hour will
A.

TO ATTEND
WEDDING
Mr. and Mrs. Marx Feinberg
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Feinberg
and Mrs. Elry Stone left Wed-
nesday by auto to attend the wed-
g of Milton Feinberg which
w 11 take place in Chicago October
12th. Enroute they will visit in
Savannah, New York and Cleve-
land.

NEW HOME
TO OPEN
Of interest to this area is the
announcement of the opening on
October 2nd of the Greater Miami
Jewish Funeral Home at 710
Southwest 12th Avenue, Miami,
will be devoted
to the handling of
The borne which was 1 j pJr.
chased was c
to pr ifcsm roan
tion ar.d display ravens, a
itf I in asodcri
isdata m
dred people. Mr. Harry G
priminent ir. locai Y. M. H. A.
will be actively a--
rith this new home which
eases and
he will have with him Mr. Eman-
jel G :".e resider.: and
bl the Chevra Kad-
ish who will be in charge of the
Of out of all ritual r-
meats.
The public is invited to inspect
the new home at all times. It will
be the policy of the staff and per-
sonnel to extend courteous and
considerate treatment to those
*ho w:l kail upon them in time
of bereavement.
RETURNS FROM
VACATION
Mrs Bernard Simon, prominent
social worker and member of the
State Welfare Board, returned to
, the city from a vacation spent in
Norfolk. Washington and Balti-
more, where she visited relatives
and friends.
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THREE
Opportunity Knocks
A Message from the President of Greater Miami Federation of
Jewish Welfare Funds
UY STANLEY C. MYERS
It must be apparent to the think-
ing Jewish resident of Miami that
the greatest task of American
Jewry today is the raising of
funds to support the numerous
welfare and service agencies ex-
isting everywhere for the purpose
of serving our people.
No matter what the need. .
whether it be the alleviation of
suffering of our brethren over-
seas, the settlement of our Jew-
ish pioneers In Palestine, the
caring for the Jewish aged and
infirm, or the housing of the
Jewish orphan. adequate fi-
nancing offers the only solution
and is the primary requirement to
serve these needs.
Accepting the promise that all
of us are desirous of fulfilling our
obligations as Jews and contribut-
ing to the many causes seeking
our assistance, it cannot be denied
that even those of us who are
mindful of our obligations have
civen our charitable donations
without considering the establish-
ed standards which should be con-
sidered. And this is as true of
the entire community, collectively
sneaking, as it is of each of us.
For years, thousands of dollars
have been raised annually in Mi-
ami for local, national and intcr-
nat'onal welfare agencies. This
community for a long time, has
been a Mecca to which represen- [
tatives of out of town organiza-
tions have come during the height
of the winter season to solicit
funds. In the collection and dis-
tribution of charitable funds for
welfare agencies, a community
should consider certain definite
standards whi-h I have referred
to. among those standards being,
first, the relation of the popula-
tion of the community to the total
Jewish population contributing to
the cause; secondly, the relation
of the amount of money raised by
our community for its own local
needs to the amount of money
raised throughout the country for
local needs; and th'rdly, the
amount of wealth in our commu-
nity as compared with oth;r Jew-
ish communities. A disregard of
these standards results in inds
ciim'nate giving and diminishes
the value of the contributions
made by our community to Jewish
causes.
Of prime importance in these
days of conflict and persecution
is the necessity of enlisting every
Jew to the support of all Jewish
causes. Shamefully, we must rec-
ognize the bitter fact that less
than twenty-five percent of the
Jewish residents in Miami contri-
bute financially to the support of
Jewish causes. The remaining
seventy-five percent, disregarding
their obligations, unmindful of
their responsibilities as Jews, have
consistently refused to contribute.
It is to prevent indiscriminate
giving and to awaken the entire
STANLEY C. MYERS
'resident, Greater Miami Fed-
eration of Jewish Welfare Funds
Jewish population to their respon-
sibilities, that a group of repre
tentative men and women in oui
community have dedicated theii
time and energies to the organza
tion of the Greater Miami Federa-
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for a
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and
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MIAMI
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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If the affairs of the Federation
are properly conducted, the con-
tinuance of this organization will
unify all Jewish elements in our
community on the broad and sound
basis of joint responsibility to all
Jewish causes; it will enable our
community to face its obligations
(Continued on I'ajre 35)
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY
PLANT AND OPFICES
tl 8, W, 2nd Avenue
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Phone 2-1 Ml
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBFR 23, 1
Vol. 11. No. 37.
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SEASON'S BEST
WISHES
'if
NATHAN GOLDBERG
GOLDIE'S GRILL
& PACKAGE
STORE
1300 N. E. 2nd Avenue
.MIAMI. FLORIDA
WISH|.\(! TO ALL
JEWISH CITIZENS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Walker
Casket Co.
1433 N. E. Miami Place
GREETINGS
SUN HOY
RESTAURANT
MIKE GILROY
217 Fifth Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Coral Gables
Grocery Co.
2012 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
CORAL CAULKS
HAPPY
NEW
YEAR
MAX
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MR, AND MRS.
HARRY GORDON
AND FAMILY
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Extend Sincere Wishes
to All Their Friends
and Relatives for a
VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
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for a
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CORSETIERE
14 McAllister Arcade
PHONE 8-2573
MIAMI. FLORIDA
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ALWAYS READY TO SERVE YOU
774 NORTHWEST 41st STREET
PHONE 7-2738
MRS. A. ENGLER
Wishes Her Relatives and Friends
A Happy New Year
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PAGE FOUR
THE JEWISH FLORDDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 193a
SINCEREST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR JEWISH
FRIENDS and CUSTOMERS
Dade Awning: Co.
1000 S. W. Eighth Street
MIAMI
1150 Lincoln Road
MIAMI BEACH
200,000 Jews Trapped in Austria
GREETINGS
BEHNE
Printing Co.
173 N. E. First Street
MIAMI FLORIDA
SEASON'S GREETINGS
SMITTY'S
Service Station
2469 S. W. 17th Avenue
MIAMI FLORIDA
Sincere Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Lincoln Beautv
Salon
Minnie Earle Butler
Margaret O'Brien
122 Lincoln Rd.. M. Beach
SEASON'S GREETINGS
from
Richard A.
Belsham
Structural Engineer
MIAMI. FLORIDA
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
FIRST STATE
BANK
of
MIAMI SPRINGS
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BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS
NEW VKAR
y
Dr. Harry E. Fry
DENTIST
7. E. Flagler Street
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Madame M. H. Rodriguez
ftM N. E. Firtt Avenue
i 'Prtect Maiden Bratiieret"
(1) Vienna's Jewish shops undergo boycott blockade. (2) Public degradation of Jews is a popular form of
sadism In Austria. (3) Free kitchens subventioned by the Joint Distribution Committee are the only means
vcf sustenance for thousands of Vienna's Jews. (4) Viennese Jews besiege Polish Consulate for visas.
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR TO ALL OP
MY FRIENDS
Hayner H. Bloom
J
BEST WISHES FR V
HAPPY NEW YEAR
FARR TOURS
INCORPORATED
'FARR TOURS ARK
FAR BETTER"
527 Collins Avenue
PHONE 5-2069
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO
OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
CHAMBERLIN -
Weatherstrip Co. Inc.
507
N. E FIRST AVENUE
PH< i.VE
MIAMI. FLORIOA
GREETINGS TO ALL OUR
JEWISH FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
DE LUXE MARKET
140S S '' SIXTH STREET
MIAMI. FLORIDA
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
FLORIDA PLATING CO.
M B ithweat ilrst Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
GREETINGS
CHILI JACK
Miami-.- Original Maker of
Real Mexican Dishes
Genuine Mexican Chili Con
CarneHot Tamales
Enchiladas
PHONE 2-9835
1032 Biscayne Boulevard
Established 1921
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
FR' 111
CHRISTEN
AIR-CONDITIONING, INC.
117 N. E. 1ITH STREET
DISTRIBUTORS FOR
WESTINGHOUSE AIR
CONDITIONING
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
EL IDEAL
RESTAURANT
34 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE
SIN( ERE WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
CONKLE AND COMPANY
BAR FIXTURE HEADQUARTERS
603 N. E First Avenue Phone 2-8362
That the New Year May Be Full of Joy and Happiness
La the Sincere Wish of
MR. AND MRS. FRANK KATZ
< Operators of
UNITED KOSHER MARKET
166 N. W. FIFTH ST. PHONE 3-2270
Where l Finest in FRESH POULTRY and QUALITY
WESTERN BEEF, Strictly Kosher, may be had at
Very Reasonable Prices
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SEASON'S GREETINGS
TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND I'ATRi >N8
BALDWIN MORTGAGE CO.
BALDWIN INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc.
PHONE 2-8181 SEYBOLD BLDG. MIAMI
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MONTSALVAGE AND DRANE
DISTRIBUTORS OF
Optimo Cigars
SINCERE WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND
(I STOMERS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAS
HOLLEY DEPARTMENT STORE
217 Coral Way Coral Gables
F. N. Holley Five and Ten Store
2136 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
PARAMOUNT GLASS CO.
3444 Northwest 27th Avenue
PHONE 34285
A BAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR
MANY JEWISH CU8TOMER8
We are in a position to offer steady and lucrative
ployment to Jewish men or women.
REAL SILK HOSIERY MILLS, Inc.
1206-07 Congress Bldg. PHONE 2-4347
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
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G R EETINGS
BLACK & WHITE
TAVERN
1207 X. B. 2XD AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA
As The Dikes of Freedom Crumble
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Beach Lighting
Fixture Co.
1153 DAOE BOULEVARD
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
Mr. and Mrs.
Barney Hanson
and t ho
Hanson Hoofing
Company
PIONEER ROOFERS
IN THIS AREA
340 N. E. 13th Street
MIAMI
PHONE 2-6582
"WISH ALL
A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
(1) Austrian*, both Jew and non-Jew, after crossing the Danube to safety in Czechoslovakia. (2) German
Jewish refugees who settled in Spain, flee to Hendaye, France on the outbreak of the civil war. (3) Jew-
ish children, driven from Burgenland, Austria, find a temporary haven in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia.
(4) Distributing small sums for meals and shelter to Austrian refugees in Prague. (5) Refugees bound for
a haven overseas, aided with funds from the Joint Distribution Committee.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
PETER
NORDYKE
(SO LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
WISHING A HAPPY NEW
YEAR TO ALL OUR
JEWISH FRIENDS
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CARTER'S PHARMACY
1501 X. Miami AVENUE
MIAMI
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW TEAR
MR. and MRS.
I. Tannenbaum
and
Paramount Bakery
42 N. E. First Street
MIAMI
443 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
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BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
THE OUTLET STORES CO.
1125 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 2-0454
SINCERE WISHES TO ALL OUR .JEWISH FRIENDS
AND PATRONS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SOUTHERN CAFETERIA
963 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
MR. AND MRS.
WILLIAM SHAYN
and the
DIXIE
MUSIC CO.
701 N. Miami Avenue
Extend Sincere Wishes
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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WISHING YOF ALL
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
"LEW STARK"
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SINCERE WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO OUR
MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
GEORGE E. MERRICK
INCORPORATED
REAL ESTATE
807 CALUMET BUILDING
To My Many Friends and
Patrons Best Wishes for
A MOST HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
T. J. ROWE
Atlantic Service
Station
5th St. and I-enox Avenue
PHONE 5-9904
MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
MR. and MRS. SAM RITTER
AND
RITTER'S HOTEL
HOTEL LA-FLORA
MIAMI BEACH
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS.....To Our Jewish Friends
s*32*S
Mi
iami
H
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Milk Producers Association
Owned and Operated By Local Dairy Farmers
BAW AND PASTEURIZED MILKSOUB CREAMSWEET BUTTERCOTTAGE CHEESE
DRINK
"SOY ACIDOPHILUS MILK"
769 N. W. 18th TERRACE PRODUCED ONLY BY US
PHONE 2-7696


PAGE SIX
THE JEWISH FLORDDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 193a
NEW YEAR APPEAL AND PRAYER -.pr8i!e ^^Z^^
(BY DR. JACOB H KAPLAN, PH. D.)
TEMPLE ISRAELMIAMI
May God grar.t you a soul-sat- We have been surrounded in
i-fying year. May God fulfill Hi-
promise: "Through you shall all
the families of the earth invoke
blessings on one another."
We believe lit-
erally and figur-
atively that on
the New Year
God judges Is-
rael. Then we
have ten days of
grace, during
which time we
are given an op-
portunity to de-
cide whether we
determine to cor-
rect our faults
and thus be in-
scribed in the
book of life, or
whether we shall
continue on our
path of error.
the world by friends, called anti-
Semites. In our protection against
these termites we rely on only one
absolutely su r e
remedy, we de-
pend on JUS-
TICI in the
heart of the great
majority of men
men are anti-Semites ana we
must protect ourselves against
their poisoned arrows.
Children of the House of Israel:
| Come and let us reason together!
If we have virtues, good men will
give us credit and defend us; if
we have faults, they will cr.tici-e
us, and help us to excise these
faults.
everywhere who
have adjusted
their life to the
moral nature of
the Universe, to
living.
We could nev-
er have survived
if there were not
millions of these
justice loving
men throughout
The grt:. k of our anti-
Defamati'in I' nimittees is within
as much as without. But HERE
is the great difficulty. We do not
object to talking and reasoning
with the anti-Semite, but we im-
mediately suspect those of our
the laws of jus-|own people who object to some of
tie* and right 'our own faul,s- an'' wno ca" tbem
to our mind.
Now, it is an unfortunate thing,
hut sadly true, that we Jew- ;.!
in the eye of the world, and are
blamed for wrong doing of any-
one of our numbers. We all know
that. If then we have any regard
and thus be inscribed in the book the world, belonging to all forms ^ ^ ^^ ^ & ^^ ^ ^
of the dying.
This is a profound insight into
the meaning of life, these Holy
Days with significance, reverent-
ly appreciated, ha- made Israel
an immortal people, a people from
whom the causes of death and
self-destruction are annually re-
moved through self-examination
arid repentance.
Germany has no such self-ex-
amination and Repentance Holy
Days. She has chosen to blame
the Jews and all her liberal and
truly Chri-tian men and women
for her own sins. That is why
she is directing her course to-
wards self-destruction. For this
IS a Moral Universe, and only
those nations who live in harmony
with the laws of the still, small
voice of justice can survive. The
others wither and die.
Israel has lived even without
the physical props of land, army
and navy.
of religion. These great ju-tice-
loving men throughout the world
must of necessity be just to our
virtues and to our faults as well.
Hut here i- the rub. We Jews,
having suffered endlessly for no
fault of our own, have come to
believe that we have no faults,
and pathologically feel that we
Ka\e no faults, or that people who
riticise ui for our faults as well
truly responsible men and women
in Israel, should be as much con-
cerned with our own faults as with
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Jews, and we must devise some
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who is not in perfect harmony
with the laws of a moral Universe,
with the laws of God, with the
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
AMERICAN JUDAISM
5698's Religious Trends In Jewish Life
(BY DR. LOUIS FINKELSTEIN)
During one of the most tragic
years in Jewish history, Juda-
ism has made immense gains.
While the body politic of the
Jewish people has suffered, its
spirit has marched on. Dr. Fin-
!:elstein, provost of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica, here reviews the important
religious trends in Jewish life
during 5698, emphasizing the
rise of a new era of creativity
in Judaism.
THE EDITOR
Incredible as it may seem to us,
who read each morning continually
more horrifying tales of the suf-
ferings of Jews abroad, the year
5698 may ultimately be recorded
as marking a turn for the better
in the history of Judaism. The
initial shock of witnessing one of
the most cultured communities in
the world degraded by methods of
medieval barbarism has passed,
nnd once more the Jewish body-
politic is displaying its genius for
making calamity the instrument
for spiritual development; and like
a Proust writ large, is transform-
ing what might appear to be a
mortal disease into the means of
obtaining deeper insight into Ju-
daism itself and the world. Juda-
ism refuses to yield its spirit to
the superior forces which threaten
to consume its body. But with
martyr-like spirit, it transfers to
the human scene that most dra-
matic of the miracles of the phy-
sical world: the creation of new
energy out of destroyed atoms.
Perhaps, no other characteristic
of Judaism has contributed as
much to its unique place in the
history of civilization as this sin-
gular quality. The destruction of
Babylon put an effectual end to
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HAPPY NKW YEAR
H. GEORGE FINK
2128 Ponce Coral Gables. Florida
SINCERE GREETINGS
HAPPY NEW YEAR
from
HARRY GOLDBERG
18 S. B. 2nd Avenue
MIAMI, FLORIDA
MR. AND MRS.
SAM WEISSEL
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FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL THEIR
RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
the development of Babylonian
thought; the defeat of Athens in
the Peloponnesian War marked
the close of the creative age in
Greek history; the repeated sack
of Rome by the vandals in the
fifty century reduced all Europe
to the darkness of the Middle
Ages. Not so in the history of
Judaism. The year 586 B. C. E.,
which witnessed the destruction
of the First Commonwealth, also
marked the final conversion of
the people to prophetic doctrine;
the year 168 B. C. E., when An-
tiochus Epiphanes profaned the
Holy Temple, let loose energies in
Judaism which were to make it
a force in a world-civilization;
the year 70 C. E., when Titus fi-
nally burned the Temple and de-
stroyed Jerusalem, witnessed the
foundation of the Academy of
Yabneh, and with it the final vie- (
tory of Talmudic Judaism.
Apparently it is with human
groups as it is with human indi-
viduals; the calamities which crush
the weak evckl the itinvrenciy
strong. Averroe? write ir.\a;!i oi
his phil-.sophy bthind pri.cn oar:
Maimonides created his life W3r<
as a strar.gtr in. a ftrtr.ge tail.
Milton, wi-.ofp M,i-> 911 a.m >
been silenced by outward success,
rose to the immortal heights of
Paradise Lost in his blindness and
the defeat of his party; Walter
Scott became a novelist only when
he had lost his material posses-
sions.
The ancient Jewish historians
thoroughly appreciated this aspect
of their people's genius. The Books
of Judges and of Kings, properly
understood, are simply chronicles
of the manner in which Israel re-
sponded to suffering, by re-discov-
ering itself. And in several re-
spects the events of the year 5698
indicate that the ancient power
still survives among the Jews, and
is once more manifesting itself.
There is widespread evidence of
this. In Palestine, political and
economic difficulties notw i t h-
standing, the resurrection of the
Hebrew language and the creation
of a new center of Jewish learn-
ing, with its focus at the Hebrew
University, are accomplished facts.
The English Jews, only three hun-
dred thousand in number, have un-
dertaken important cultural acti-
vities, including the stupendous
task of a translation of the Tal-
mud. In the midst of their suf-
ferings, the German Jews are still
producing literary works of uni-
versal significance. And revital-
ized interest in Judaism is report-
ed also from South Africa and
Australia.
But perhaps It Is chiefly here,
in America, that we can discern
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S04 FIFTH STREET
MIAMI BEACH
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To All My Jewish Friends
R. L. O'DELL
CONTRACTOR
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new signs of creativity in Juda-
ism. They are small, to be sure,
like clouds no larger than the hand
of a man, but they mark the end
of the long drought, and are the
harbingers of a new, more fruitful
period. They indicate the coming
of veritable revolution in our
whole spiritual outlook: the begin-
ning of a firm and vigorous re-as-
sertion of our belief that Judaism
is a valid and valuable approjeh
to the problems of human life, a
religion in the truest sense of the
word.
.The dignity and deliberation which
marked the proceedings of the vor-
(Continued on Page Eight)
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New Year Greetings from
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PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORDDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938
AMERICAN JUDAISM
56r>3's Religious Trends In Jewish Life
(BY DR. LOUS FINKELSTEIN)
(Continued from Page Seven)
ious rabbinical conferences ho'.J
last June and July; the steps taken
to bring rabbis, educators, social
workers, and writers on Judaism,
together for common counsel; the
vast increase in the number and
size of our study groups; the im-
proved attendance at synagogue
worship; the growth in influen-re
of such educational agencies as
the Jewish Publication Society and
the English-Jewish press; the
amazing thirst for authoritative
Jewish information on -the part of
laymen and women of the commu-
nity; and the willingness of the
professional to provide this infor-
mation for them; are all ind ca-
tions of the new spirit. Who would
have believed a decade ago that a
lecture course in Jewish history,
no matter how interestingly pre-
sented, could attract a thousand
people each week? Who wou'J
have thought it possible to bring
hundreds of men and women ir.
small communities to attend Study
groups in Bible, Hebrew, Jewish
practices and ceremonies?
The re-awakening is limited to
no special group, and is to be
credited to the work of no single
in-titution. It offers further evi-
dence that American Judaism hat
come of age.
A terrifying moment in our his-
tory has come upon us; and it
found us without prophets, indeed,
but not without vision. The flacc
of the prophet is taken by the
children of the prophets: the large
groups of gifted teachers, the
great mass of willing follower*,
and the organized institutions of
Jewish life. There is no Ezra, but
there are Ezra-movements; there
is no Deborah, but there is an ar-
ray of Jewish women's organiza-
tions, which are becoming increas-
ingly important as forces for the
development of the Jewish intel-
lect and spirit.
The day when Judaism seemed
well on its way to reduction to a
series of bewildering drives and
campaigns, is passing. The Jew,
realizing that he must do more
I than ever for local charities, for
relief of the suffering abroad, and
for the upbuilding of Palestine, is
. now beginning to see that these
| are not enough. Judaism demands
of him more than his time and his
money; it demands his mind. And
it is not enough for him to use his
intellectual energies to entice an
additional dollar for a good cause.
He must devote himself, in part,
to a study and understanding of
Judaism.
In other words, we have as a
community at last arrived at the
wisdom of the ancient Greeks, who
wrote above the Temple of Apollo
at Delphi, "Gnothi Seautou," .
"Know Thyself." This does not i
mean that our future will be' easy, |
even from the point of view of the j
spirit. The great mass of Jews
still remains untouched by the
change which has so deeply af-
fected the more sensitive among
them. We are at the beginning of j
a g^reat period in Judaism, not at
its culmination. Our task is that
of patient building, and centuries
may pass before the full signifi-
cance of our work will become ap-
parent. But when the time does
come, it will be found that the Ju-
daism of our age, shaken out of
its lethargy and stimulated in new
creativity, will have contributed to
world civilization as much as did
that of any former period.
If this analysis is true, we have
reason, as we turn over the last
leaf in the year's calendar, for
gratitude as well as for grief. The
Hebrew letters which constitute
the name of the year 5698 are Tav,
Resh, Shin, Het, spelling the word
Tirzah, lit shall kill.) Many He-
brew writers wishing to avoid so
ominous a name for the year, spelt
it Tafriah. which has the same
numerical value, and means "it
shall cause to blossom." The year I
turns out to have fulfilled both the
portent and the promise: it has
seen the death of great Jewish
communities, and it has also seen
the budding of new Jewish spirit.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE NINE
Half Jews
BETWEEN TWO CAMPS
(BY ARNOLD ZWEIG)
As trajclc, if not more so, than the fate of the Jew in
Germany and Austria is the fate of the half-Jew or
quarter-Jew, who has been made unable to align him-
self with one camp or the other. Arnold Zweig the
world-famous German norelist who is now living in
f Palestine, here discusses the careers of some of the
more eminent half-Jews whose genius flowered in the
world of literature.
THE EDITOR
When the palhological frenzy of the Hitlerites applied it-
self to transferring their lender's hysterical program out of the
beery haze of mass-meetings into reality, they brutally and with
deliberate malice struck at the innermost soul of those indivi-
duals who are the offspring of a union between Jew and non-
Jew. When the snooping of the "totalitarian state" invaded
the marriage-bed. there was a tendency to overestimate the
number of such half Jews. As a matter of fact, we were very
well acquainted with the obstacles of a social and personal na-
ture which have always been placed in the way of such unions,
and so were not surprised at the comparatively small number
.it men and women of mixed race, the "cross-breeds." Still,
though their nun.her may not be very large, the tragedy of
their situation is all the greater.
Up until the invasion of the bar-
barians, their parents' marriage
and their relations with their fath-
ers and mothers was considered
a guarded bit of private life im-
bued with consideration and ten-
derness but also with personal
contradictions, just as in times of
economic stress, the relationship
between children and parents is
generally relieved in its true light.
We know, particularly since Freud,
what complex mechanisms of in-
stinct are imbedded within the
trinity of "father, mother and
children." And now, a Nazi hand
suddenly stretches out and thumbs
the leaves of genealogical archives
and then marks the children of
such a marriage with a stigma
that cuts them off from the ma-
jority of their compatriots and
tries forcibly to align them with
a minority with whom they had
rarely anything to do, what with
their deduction and their conscious
volition. Their mental state must
be devastating. We are not speak-
ing so much of those cases in
which a gentile spouse went over
to Judaism as a matter of inner
conviction at the time of entering
May the Jewish people
throughout the world
enjoy a year that will be
devoid of sorrow and
travail and replete with
joy and happiness. .
C. P. w.
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into a union with one of Jewish
birth. Such a person might have
easily acquainted the offspring of
his love-match with the fact that
they were of mixed blood and, be-
cause of their more heterogeneous
traits, had received a rather nega-
tive but perhaps also an unexpect-
edly good heritage within the Ger-
man nation. At that time there
were no such pronunciations in the
German language as those of Dr.
Goebbels who told an English in-
terviewer that a German prosti-
tute was much superior to a re-
spectable Jewish married-woman.
(Sunday Referee, End of July,
1933.) At that time people still
recalled Nietzsche's curious sug-
gestion to improve and intellec-
tualize the Prussian nobility with
their valuable innate traits by
marrying them off to Jewesses in
order to cross this "best German
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 193a
Strictly Confidential
SCOOPS OF 5698
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
grand and glorious scheme for
the solution of the Jewish prob-
lem. But you just remember
that Mr. Barton is going to make
a serious bid for higher political
honors. Justice Brandeis will
re reported resigning and Felix
Frankfurter will be talked about
as his successor. You can bet
your shirt that the Grand Old
Man of the .Supreme Court will re-
sign before Roosevelt's secor.i
expires, but that Felix Frankfur-
ter, who ing his successor. I I get it
. Speaking of politic", pre-
pare yourselvi I addri

t'>r Wagner a- Mr. Justice.....
D stunned if George B
Ji h ar.d Lai t Pi i ':
. will Ke on the New York
State tl ke< for the position of
lieutenant-governor. Al
of new J-wi>h faces in the big po-
litical headlines, remember the
name of our old friend M. Maldwin
Fertig. .
ZIONIST REVIEW
The British Imperial Partil
Commission will report on its find-
ings and will come out with a
scheme even more cockeyed than
the one proposed last year.....
But don"t let your temperature go
up. A new commission will re
appointed to go still "further" into
the matter. Washington will
be suggested as the city in which
to hold the World Zionist Con-
gress. Don't rush to buy your
railroad ticket, though, because
Switzerland will finally be selected
as the country where the Conirn--
will be held. Foreign corres-
pondents will report from the Zion-
ist CongressIn a very confiden-
tial mannerthat Dr. Weizmann
has threatened to resign un!'--
ion approving the new offer
of the British Government be
ted. But you just smile a
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Were going to simplify your
reading of Jewish news for the
coming year. ... If you'll read
thi- column carefully you'll be in
line for the post of social lion in
community. You'll be
just as amazing as we are.....
Ladies and gentlemen, lean back
.... Lights out.....Operator.
h the news for the year
POLITICAL REVIEW
II wake up one morning to
find front-page reading matter
about new schemes to send large
number- of German refu-
''' Madagascar and
... Don't let your hi
' *, though. It won't
in a thing except publicity for
thi = or that individual or organi-
zation. Th-n there will be the
well-infi ircea whence will
emanate the authoritative predic-
tion that a certain millionaire will
prove to have made a will leaving
millions for the solution of the
problem confronting our unfortu-
nate brethren in Germany and Po-
land.....Forget it, and double
your contribution to the J. D. C.
. For the will, when publisher!,
will leave the money to some uni-
versity or to a home for lost pup-
... Some evening a visiting
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information that Shalom Asch, the
Yiddish novelist. Will receive the .niiiiimiiiiiiiiii......n..........i......iiimiiwimiiii.....iiiibhhii.....11.....iiiiiiiiiimiiiiiii.....iimi
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1939. Tell your distinguished
scoopster that he's all wet. and
that a comparatively unknown
Swedish or French writer will get
the coveted prize. Bruce Bar-
ton, the aggressive Congressman,
will one of these days issue a
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superior smile and assure
eager listeners that a D
resolution satisfying nobody will
be passed, and Dr. Weizmann will
remain at the helm Jabotinsky
will send a sharp note to the Brit-
ish Government in protest against
its dilly-dallying policy in regard
to Palestine .... Nobody will care
except the Y'iddish newspapers,
which will make this their big
news for one day. Now here's
a real scoop: Lloyd George, war
time prime minister of England,
will be the guest of honor at the
opening exercises of the Palestine
Pavilion at the World's Fair. .
The convention of the Zioni-t Or-
ganization of America will be held
in New York City, and rumors will
fly thick and fast that Dr. Wise
and Louis Lipsky will be drafted
for the presidency. Just light
a Murad in your most nonchalant
manner, and announce quietly that
Dr. Solomon Goldman will be re-
elected as president of the ZOA.
.... This time, rumors to the
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE ELEVEN
#V Rosh Hashanah 5699
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(BY miiwk; I.EWISOHN)
How shall we begin this year after the unsurpassable hor-
rors iind tragedies thai marked the year just gone? Let us at
leas) begin i' in the spirit of that Baying of Rabbi Yitzchak:
"If the year is poor to begin with, it will be rich in a spirit of
indomitable hopefulness, of active hopefulness, in that trnnscen-
dent and magnifieient spirit which Shelley hoped would bo the
spirit of all humanity but which must be, as a mere matter of
survival, the spirit of the Jewish people in this age:
To suffer wees which hope thinks infinite;
To forgive wrongs darker than death or night;
To defy power which seems omnipotent :
To love and bear; to hope till hope creates
Prom its own wreck the thing it contemplates.
unspeakable ills. There is. But it small groups. The will of the en-
is as yet latent and not active. It tire people is not yet reborn. It
hi8!'''; "'y fif* diTrned and! Continued on Page Seventeen) ,
by many, many thousands it is not
seen at all. The remedy for the
ills of Israel is in the re-born will f
of Israel. Birth pangs are felt
here and there, birth pangs are
felt by individual souls and by
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year and especially during that
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darker than death or night; we
have had at least by our erectness
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and bear; we must, we must cling
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Yisrael, create from its own wreck
the substance of its ultimate vis-
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effect that God permits no niakka,
no ill or misfortune, to befall Is-
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therefor is already in existence.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THIRTEEN
Overture A Midsummer
Night's Dream
(BY ROBERT D. ABRAHAMS)
Three are the things which his Excellency, the Master
Headsman, will not do. He will not execute a condemned man
except he be clothed in the garb of his office, which consists of
a full dress suit and white kid gloves; he will not look out from
his elevated platform and over the wall of the prison, imme-
diately following an execution; if he hears the cawing of crows
above him, he will not look upward before the body of the
condemned man has been removed from the block.
The first of these taboos is prescribed by the ethics of
Herr Ilemmelinacher's profession. The other two he has ob-
served only since the day when the head of Hans Brecher rolled
into the basket of sand.
Hans Brecher's cell was so tiny
that he could hardly walk five
steps in it in any direction. Its
walls were damp, and there was
no furniture except a board bed.
Yet tonight, Hans' only wish was
that he might remain here in this
comparative security forever. The
night was warm and very dark, but
he had no desire to feel the little
wind that would blow up at dawn,
or to see the first light coming
through the tiny window, high up
in the ceiling, for with that light
Hans knew that they would come
for himknew that the Master
headsman would be waiting.
At least it was finished now
he was through with those ever-
lasting questions. He could see
the mouths of the judges of the
Political Court moving up and
down as they interrogated him,
hour after hour. "Who were your
associates in the conspiracy ? Did
you receive pay from Moscow?
Come now, Herr Brecher, tell us
the truth."
The truth. What else had he
ever told them? How could he
help it if he considered the music
of Mendelssohn worth playing?
He couldn't lie about it, could he?
It wasn't right for a decent Ger-
man to lie in order to please a
court.
Hans was a dreamy fellow, pour-
ed from a most unheroic mold. He
was stoop-shouldered, had an at-
tractive physique, and was near-
sighted. He had been too young
to go to war. He had spent those
lean years following the troops'
homecoming in the Conservatory
at Leipsic, where the talk was of
cadenzas, of double stops, of Stra-
vinsky and Honegger, rather than
of rearmament, of reparations, of
the Polish corridor and Nazi ver-
sus Social Democrat. These world-
ly things he heard of dimly, as
dimly as he now heard everything
outside the walls of his little cell,
but sound from that outside life
had made no real impression on
him, even before his own existence
had been so narrowed. Such nois-
es were like the coarse remarks
the S. S. men passed when he
was led out before his judges. He
heard them, without any real un-
derstanding. __________
Not that he was un-German.
He disliked Frenchmen, for in-
stance, with the same fervor as
did his compatriots, but it wasn't
because of the Crime of Versailles
or the Ruhr, but because of Ber-
lioz and French opera.
It was fantastic. They would
not believe him, those men of the
ever-questioning mouths. All that
had really happened had been that
he and some friends who gathered
together one Sunday evening for
a little chamber music had per-
formed a work of Mendelssohn.
Mendelssohn was not even a great
favorite of Hans'. He had never
ranked him with Beet h o v e n,
Brahms, Bach, Wagner or the
other Titans. It was more or less
accidental that he had selected a
work of his to be played.
The little performance had been
reported to the secret police. The
police had called on Herr Brech-
er, who had been astonished to
hear that there was objection to
the program, and more astonished
when, his papers having been
found in order, he was lectured
by the Secret Police representa-
tive, who pointed out that, being
a full-blooded Aryan himself, he
ought not to perform the music of
aliens; that such music in some
way perverted the pure stream of
German culture. Herr Brecher, in
his surprise, had attempted in a
mild way to persuade the secret
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police officer that such views were
sillythat music was music, and
was either good or badthat he
thoroughly agreed that German
music was far superior to that of
the rest of the world, but that the
music of Mendelssohn was itself
quite good, and entirely in the
Teutonic traditron.
The secret police agent had tried
to persuade the musician to prom-
ise that there would be no more
of the Mendelssohn performances,
but Brecher had refused to give
his word, thinking the men must
be mad. Looking back at it, he
could see that that refusal to
promise must have been the be-
ginning of his downfall. He still
could not see what he had done to
irritate the policeman. If the po-
liceman did not like Mendelssohn,
surely he did not have to listen. He
had not been invited to the little
concert anyhow. Surely, a man
who said "Heil, Hitler!" automa-
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as all good Germans now did, paid
his taxes and made his contribu-
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if he wished, play Mendelssohn in
private.
He tried his best to convince
the policeman, but after all, he
didn't think it was of vast impor-
tance whether or not one police-
man did or did not like Mendel-
ssohn, so he finally dismissed the
matter from his mind.
The following Sunday when, as
usual, he and his friends gathered
for their little home concert, by
some perverse sense of necessity
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIFTEEN
OVERTURE-A
NIGHT'S DREAM
(Continued from Page Fourteen)
who insisted that he must be part
of a conspiracy against the Ger-
man Government. Hans had told
hem he had never heard anything
so ridiculous; that all he had ever
said was. and then he had
patiently repeated all his remarks
about Mendelssohn, and why he
liked to play him, even though he
preferred Bach, Beethoven Brahms
and Wagner.
At length, still bruised and sore,
he was taken before a tribunal
which seemed to be a very august
one indeed, and charged with high
treason.
"There must be some mistake,"
he said. "I have nothing to do
with politics."
"Do you not admit that you are
a Marxist?" his judges asked.
"Do you not admit that you were
in the pay of the Marxists, work-
ing to sabotage the labors of the
Third Reich, by instilling a love
for alien music?"
And the first thing he knew he
found himself sentenced to death
as an enemy of the German State.
It had all had an air of unreal-
ity, of ridiculous oddity. He was
going to dienot for something
big and noble, but just for Men-
delssohn who, after all, wasn't so
much. Now Beethoven, for in-
stancethere was a man worth
dying for. The world had become
a strange place, it seemed. Per-
haps I have been very stupid about
something, Hans Breecher reflect-
ed, but I cannot think what. Sure-
ly. I could not lie?
And here he was. They had not
even let him have his violin.
Probably, if he had promised his
jailors that be would play nothing
but Beethoven, and then when he
had his fiddle had gone on playing
Mendelssohn, they wouldn't even
have known the difference, and it
would have been such a joke on
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them. But it was too late now.
They had denied it to him. Per-
haps it was an alien instrument?
Breehcr didn't know. And now
that the end was approaching with
inevitable swiftness, Brecher real-
ized that even in this moldy little
cell there was something sweet.
How much better it was to live,
even here, than to die. At least,
they couldn't stop you from play-
ing in your mind what you liked.
Why, for the past few days and
nights he had preserved his san-
ity by going over the whole Ring,
from Rhinegold to the Twilight
of the Gods. He couldn't remem-
ber it page by page, but the pat-
tern of the themes he remembered
just as he had heard it at Bay-
reuth. He had gone through the
whole thing, and hadn't made a
sound. They couldn't stop you
from doing thatyes they could
they could kill you. Hans Brecher
was frightened; he found that he
was shivering.
Outside, they were ma king
ready. "How many today?" one
S. S. man asked his companion.
"Only one. ViolinistMarxist
Bolshevistswine. Insulted our
leader."
"How?"
"Conspired. When arrested cal-
led our leader an unmentionable
term."
brate in rhythm with his own fear-
shaken body. Outside, he heard
the noise of horses. Perhaps al-
ready an undertaker's wagon. .
he shuddered. Then he heard the
bolts of his cell door slide back.
God in HeavenAlready? There
was not yet a sign of light at the
little window, but a tiny dawn
wind seemed to blow through his
cell. Well, if they were coming to
ask him more questions, he would
refuse to answer.
Then someone entered his cell
one whom he had not seen before.
He tried to make out the identity
of his visitor, but even though his
eyes were acustomed to the dark-
ness, his near-sightedness prevent-
ed him from making out more
than a fixture in an old-fashioned
cloak which concealed most of his
body. The visitor addressed him.
"I am a friend, Hans Brecher."
A wild hope surged through
him. "Escape?"
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"To what?"
"You are right. But I am
afraid, so afraid."
"It is right to be afraid of
death, Hans," the voice said, "but
you do not fear life. It is the un-
afraid in life who call to my com-
panions."
"The unafraid? Now I know I
am dreaming. I am frightened be-
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mistakeyou have come to the
wrong cell. All I have ever done
was to say that Mendelssohn, ant
Hans, in a trebling voice, went
through that long story all over
again.
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When he had finished, he asked:
"You would not expect me to lie
to them, would you?"
"No, I would not expect you to
lie," the visitor said, "and there
is no mistake. But there is a way
out for you. My companions are
(Continued on Page Sixteen)
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, 8EPTRMTPP
I
OVERTURE-A
NIGHTS_DREAM
(Continued from Page Fifteen)
waiting on horseback outside. You
must drink this. It will put you
to sleep, and when you awaken
you will be with me and my
friends in a safe place."
He came toward Hans and of-
fered him a flask. "Drink."
Was this a trick on the part of
his captors? What did it matter?
He was going to die in a few min-
utes anyhow. Hans, still tremb-
ling in his fear of death, took the
flask and put it to his mouth. It
was a strong-tasting stuff.
As the liquid took effect, every-
thing seemed to be falling away
from him. The cell was enlarg-
ing, and the windowthe light
Was beginning to stream through
the window. The same light that
meant the end of all light. But
as it came through the opening,
it bathed the figure of his visitor
in a certain radiance.
"Mendelssohn!"
"Yes, little Hans, it is I. And
you are the first ever to offer to
die in my behalf. I am much flat-
tered."
"In honesty, Herr Mendelssohn,
I must tell you that I really pre-
fer Bach, Beethoven, Brahms and
Wagner."
"That's all right. So do I."
"But Herr Mendelssohn, you
yourself aredead."
"Some say so. Death is a fig-
ure of speech. I am a minstrel in
Valhalla, Hans, and my compan-
ions, whose steeds await outside.
are Brunnhilde, Siegrunc, all
the nine....."
"But Brunnhildethey said she
too was dead, immolated in the
fire. Only lately I have been re-
membering the music."
The visitor laughed. "The Val-
kyries burn but do not perish.
They are like those books they
burn. What you have just drunk,
little Hans, is the mead of the
gods. Tonight, we shall dine to-
gether at a great table. Fear not.
It has been promised of old that
he who lives courageously upon
earth shall dwell in Valhalla un-
til that last day, when the gods
shall ride forth to battle with the
giants for the mastery of earth
and in that battle the brave shall
ride forth with the gods."
At dawn, the S. S. men. finding
the prisoner unconscious in the
cell, carried him to the block.
"Funked it at the end, the swine.
N'o guts, these Marxists."
It was after they had laid the
inert figure in place; it was after
Hir Hiniiiielniacher, the Master
Executioner, clothed in his full
dress suit and wearing his white
kid gloves, had swung the axeit
was just as the head of Hans
Brecher fell into the basket, that
Herr Hiniiiielniacher heard the
clatter of hoofs outside the prison
wall. The executioner, from his
place on the elevated platform,
could see over the walls of the
jail. "Must be the undertaker's
cart," he thought. "I understand
they used a truck."
Then he looked away from his
work and over the wall. By now,
Herr Himmclmacher has entirely
convinced himself that he didn't
see anything out of the ordinary.
A mere superstition. He tells
himself that the nature of his
work must have unnerved him
momentarily. Yet -where before
there had been but one taboo
which the Master Executioner fol-
lowed at his calling, now there
are always three.
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in that early morning light, but
what he thought he saw was the
prancing steed, the flashing spear,
the flying robes, the great helmet
of Brunnhilde herself, just as she
appeared in the opera. And while-
he watched, fie thought he saw
the steedriseand heard a cer-
tain trumpet call ring out. He
looked quickly at the S. S. men.
They were unconcernedly prepar-
ing to remove the body. It was
apparent that they neither heard
nor saw anything. While he stood,
astonished, unable even to talk,
the Master Executioner heard
above the jail courtyard a great
cawing, as of giant crows, and
the
-ky. bearing among th
ganghng form of the m
Hans Brecher-in his ^
lm-in his homely face the
of a certain glory.
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tIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVENTEEN
Rosh Hashanah
5699
(Continued from Page Eleven)
flust be if the people is tn survive.
p0r that rebirth of a people and
people's single will to life is be-
Jond all question the Refuah which
Ihe Eternal has designed for the
dakkoth of our time.
The matter may be illustrated
py a single symbolical life and
tragedy. Bitter news comes that
Che well-known Viennese man of
Setters Felix Sal ten, aged seventy,
Js in the concentration camp of
Dachau. In other words, this Eu
ropean gentleman, this writer
this scholar, thinker, is being ig-
jnominiously hounded to death b>
ljungle ways. A number of years
ago I sat with him in his beauti-
Iful house in Vienna, filled with
books and objects of art and he
I lifted quietly a little stub of a
[pencil and said: "With this I have
I cained that." Before the World
I War he had been sincerely play-
ling the part of being an Austro-
1 German. His plays were on all
stages, his stories in all hands, his
i weekly critical articles were wide-
ly read. He even went in for
hunting. He had personally known
an archduke or two and hunting-
trophies were in his house.
In later years a rift was made
in the darkness of his false secur-
ity. Zionism was not as unfash-
ionable as it had once been. West
F.uropean gentle-folks were cur-
iously taking it up. Salten met
Kurt Blumenfeld, most persuasive
of men. A spark began to glow
in him. He went to Palestine. He
wrote a book, Neue Menschen auf
alter Erde. (New Men on Ancient
Earth,) a beautiful book, a book
with the right vision and the right
perception, a book worth a wilder-
ness of those tales, (Bambi etc.)
with which he made money and
reputation. I thought that Felix
Salten's will had been awakened
and had identified itself with the
will and destiny of Israel.
But evidently it had not done so.
For the years went on and Salten
drew no inference in action from
what he doubtless sincerely em-
braced as genuine opinion. He re-
mained in Vienna. I do not even'
know whether he left his foreign
royalties abroad or kept them to
be stolen from him. Hitler came.
Central Europe grew darker and
darker. Even under the succes
sive recent Austrian governments
Jews were treated with every spe
cies of open chicanery and con
tempt. Salten remained. He did
not protest by his withdrawal. He
did not seek actively to identify
himself with these new people up-
on an ancient earth. He was not
even on that last train of fugitives
to Prague. With will frozen, with
soul unfired, an Austro-German
to the end, he awaited his doom.
Let us not in its various mani-
festations await our doom or con-
sent to a doom which an evil and
pagan world may be minded to
bring upon us. Let us not mouth
words and neither mean meanings
nor translate them into action.
Torah is to be "learned" in order
to be put into practice. Visions
are to be seen in order to be em-
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Israel is to be wholly roused and
to become identical with the total
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PAGE NINETEEN
STRICTLY
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Messrs. Hitler and Mussolini. .
They'll have no trouble proving
that the Jews are nor real Japan-
ese. Herr Hitler will take a
long vacation in his mountain man"
.sion, and sensational rumors will
spread that he is suffering from
a deadly disease. Don't start
celebrating. It'll turn out to be
nothing more than laryngitis due to
the passage of too much hot air
through his throat. Messrs
Goebbelfl and Streicher will dis-
cover that the Jews in Germany
have become too arrogant, and
that a new set of more stringent
Nuremberg laws should be insti-
tuted against theh. Der Stucr-
mer, Stretcher's organ, will be
banned by Herr Hitler. Don't,
however, get the idea that this will
mean the curtailment of anti-Sem-
itism.....For Herr Stretcher
will, at the same time, receive a
new decoration for outstanding
service to the Nazi cause. The
Polish ambassador to the United
Slates will send a message to the
Federation of Polish Jews in
America denying discrimination
against or persecution of Jews in
his country. Good news: The
situation of the Jews in Roumania
will be improving continually,
much to the disgust of the Nazi
propagandists. ... A sensational
story will be current that Musso-
lini is of Jewish ancestry and that
his real name is Moishe Lurie. ...)
Don't bother to spread it. If
it were so we should hang our
heads in shame. Leslie Hore- j
Belisha, Britain's Secretary of
War, will be mentioned for the
prime ministry, to succeed Cham-
berlin. Well, that's not impos-
sible. Nazis in this country
will adopt a new policy of working
exclusively under the cloak of
pseudo-American patriotic organi-
zations, letting the Bund gradu-
ally disappear from the map. .
That'll be more dangerous, so look
out for that new front of 150-per-
cent Americanism. .
SALON CAUSERIE
The movie about Haym Salomon
will be postponed once more. .
Hollywood producers will not be
cured of their hallucination that
anything Jewish spells poison at
the box office. Paul Muni will
announce his retirement from the
movies, but don't let that get you
down. ... It will be temporary,
and will mean only an interlude
on the stage. Sinione Simon,
who returned to France after say-
ing good-bye forever to Holly-
wood, will come back. You'll
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hear that she's a Jewish girl. .
It' rue. ... A new interpreta-
tion of Shylock will be produced
on Broadway. There'll be lots
of protests from Jewish organiza-
tions but after the premiere they'll
all jump on the bandwagon. .
The Habima ensemble will visit
the United States and, believe it
or not, will end up with a profit.
. Maurice Samuel's book, a
150,000-word Jewish novel, will
make a furore. ... So will Pierre
van Passcn's opusan autobia-
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says by Dr. Solomon Goldman... .
Continuing our literary forecast,
we announce a de luxe book on
Palestine, to be published by the
Palestine Pavilion under the edi-
torship of Meyer W. Weisgal. .
Among the celebrities to visit the
United States will be Lion Feucht-
wanger, Alfred Kerr, Stefan
Zweig Arnold Zweig, Maxa and
Andre Maurois. Max Baer will
not regain the world's heavy-
weight championship, but a new
Jewish lightweight whose name
nobody knows as yet will lie the
boxing sensation of the year. .
Now watch our batting average. .
If we're wrong on any of these
prognostications, don't sue us. .
Just remember that our world is
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FRIDAY, BEPTEMBER 23 ioon
HALF JEWS
Between Two Camps
( Continued from Page Nine)
species" with the eternal and de-
cadent Jewish species and so rear
a new, pioneer race of intellec-
tuals and artists. As a matter of
fact, experience has shown us such
miscegenous natures following lone
and forward-looking paths.
Mrst certainly, the period be-
tween the French Revolution and
the outbreak of the World War,
viewed as a whole, was a time of
interfusion; everywhere there
arose contacts between opposites,
conflagrations flared up which
gave rise to pervasive and remark-
able fruitions. And just as with
fine types of canine crossbreeds,
inherent characteristics were bred
out to make place for higher men-
tal and spiritual acquisitions.
Neitzsche's saying seems to be
applicable to a certain extent. Ar-
tists emerge who are particularly
bound by form. In the nineteenth
century alone, we see three such
related figures among the half-
Jews, the brilliant German paint-
er, Hans von Marees, the famous
Munich sculptor, Adolph von Hil-
debrand, and the creative writer.
Paul Heyse. All three of them
stand under the law of classic
Mediterranean form of the lucid,
penetrating shaping of the image,
of the sculptured form, of the nov-
el or the short-story, in accord-
ance with the norms that Mediter-
ranean culture has set up for
these art-forms. We can also see
how the brooding, mentally-bur-
dened element is operative in them,
abruptly stemming back the naive
ebullience of Marees and Hilde-
brand. This type tries by means
of intellectual aids and incessant
mental effort to wrest from the
ideal form that which the gift of
the gods in its caprice does not
wish to yield up. Thus Hans von
Marees came to be the tragic rep-
resentative of this type, Paul
Heyse became its superficial one,
and Adolph von Hildebrand its
shrewdly theorizing one, who nev-
ertheless succeeded in producing
art of permanent value in his pic-
ture of the city of Munich. His
book, The Way to Form, takes its
place among the best of what Ger-
man artists have written on esthe-
tic problems, jnrt as the work of
another Munich artist entitled
Jews in the Field of Music, be-
longs among the worst.
This artist, none other than
Richard Wagner, was, according
to Nietzsche"s judgment, a half-
Jew, and to judge from the ap-
pearance of his son, the composer
Siegfried Wagner, he must have
been a full-blooded one. Even
though Nietzsche's suspicion that
"his father was an actor named
Geyer (hawk) and from Geyer it
is not far to Adler (eagle,) "does
not prove the existence of a Jew-
ish strain in Wagner's descent
since the Geyers were able to trace
their ancestry in Church records
back to the fifteenth century,
there is none-the-less the possibil-
ity of Jewish heritage in Wagner's
grandparents. And Richard Wag
ner, the most tortured genius of
German music, the most European
of all modern Germans, would be
totally inconceivable if one elimi-
nated his Jewish elements. His
very emotional attitude towards
things Jewish corroborates this:
the wild ingratitude with which
he attacked Mendelssohn and Mey-
erbeer, and his profound kinship
with all the artists at the turn of
the century, a period that has been
stupidly called the European de-
cadence through the erroneous
juxtaposition of Dostoycvsky with
Baudelaire and Strindberg with
Oscar Wilde. They were not de-
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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PAGE TWENTY-ONE
IT HAPPENED ON ROSH
HASHANAH-
The Holiday In Jewish History
(BY ELI E. PILCHIK)
Reflecting upon the divinely in-
spired narratives of the Bible, our
sages ingeniously proved that a
series of highly significant events
occurred on Rosh-Hashanah. If
you turn to that chapter of the
Talmud bearing the name of this
holiday, you will find there: Rabbi
Kliezer taught, the universe was
created on Rosh-Hashanah; Abra-
ham. Isaac, and Jacob came into
this world on Rosh-Hashanah; af-
ter attaining a ripe old age, our
patriarachs entered the world-to-
come on Rosh-Hashanah; that
most distinguished dreamer of an-
tiquity, Joseph, incarcerated on
false testimony, who somewhat
later rendered a brilliant interpre-
tation of Pharoe's nightmare, was
released from prison on Rosh-
Hashanah; our ancestors were
emancipated from Egyptian slav-
ery on Rosh-Hashanah, though
they did not depart from that land
until Passover.
Reflecting upon that same Bible
today, almost two thousand years
after our sages had made their
study, modern scholars tell us
that in the year 751 B. C. E., the
following incident happened on
Itnsh-Hashanah. A shepherd named
Amos from the North-Palestinian
village of Tekoa, who earned his
livelihood pruning sycamore trees
when the grazing business was
slow, suddenly appeared on the
steps of the temple at Beth-El and
began delivering a magnificient
revolutionary sermon. During
these years the people of Israel
were enjoying a commercial boom.
Israel's chief rival, Damascus, had
just been broken by the mighty
Assyria, so that much of the trade
in the Near East flowed through
Israel. It was an age of fabulous
prosperity. And the people were
perfectly happy with their great
king. Jereboam II. On Rosh-Hash-
hanah all the people came to the
capital, Beth-El, to rejoice and
have a good time. How surprised
they were to discover this total
stranger feverishly orating, in
beautiful poetic language, "Thus
Saith the Lord, the King Jereboam
shall be slain by the sword, and
the people of Israel shall be ex
pelled from the land." This out-
burst naturally created a panic
among the perplexed Israelites.
How dare this upstart, this for-
eigner, say such terrible things!
At this moment the High Priest
Amaziah walked up to Amos and
shooed him away. "Go on. beat it
back to Judah, and give your
speeches there. You've got no
business prophesying here. This
is the King's sanctuary and his
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palace." "No," shouted Amos, "I'm
not leaving. God called me away
from my flocks and sent me here
to speak to His people, Israel."
Such were the circumstances un-
der which Amos, the great pioneer
of Hebrew prophecy, delivered his
immortal message condemning the
existing disintegrating social or-
der, and appealing for social jus-
tice. On that Rosh-Hashanah, al-
most twenty-seven hundred years
ago, the insignificient shepherd
from Tekoa cried out to all peo-
ples in all ages, "Hate evil, love
good; seek out the Lord and live;
for then justice shall flow like
water and righteousness like a
powerful stream."
Centuries speed by. Israel was
destroyed by Assyria as Amos had
warned. Judea was annihilated by
Babylonia as Amos' successor had
predicted. A Jewish nation rises
again under Persian auspices, only
to tumble subsequently at the
hands of Roman infantry. Nor
was it to be restored. Across the
face of the whole wide world is
this people dispersed. In some
places at some periods they enjoy
peace and security; in most places
most of the time they suffer hard-
ship and brutal persecution.
We come to Spain in the thir-
teenth century. It is the Golden
Age. Unmolested by Church and
State, our people contributed to
civilization classic poetry, pro-
found philosophy, and abounding
scholarship. Here, in the year
1280, we meet a Jewish mystic,
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Abraham Abulafia by name. He
was concerned about how the uni-
verse came into being, where peo-
ple go after they die, and similar
other worldly topics. He would
travel about from one Spanish
town to the other preaching what
he called "the truth." On one of
those gorgeous Spanish sunny
days he god the notion that an
"inner voice" called him to Rome
to convert Pope Nicholas III to
Judaism. Abulafia was to per-
form this highly unlikely conver-
sion on Erev Rosh-Hashanah, so
that the Pope would be quite qual-
ified to join the rest of the Jews
for Rosh-Hashanah evening servic-
es that year. Now Pope Nicholas,
who had not acquired a world-
wide reputation as a Jew-lover,
heard about this rather extraor-
dinary scheme, and promptly or-
dered that our friend, Abraham
Abulafia, be burned. But the
zealous mystic was not to be dis-
suaded by such minor considera-
tions. He proceeded on to Suriano
where the Pope was resting. Imag-
ine his terrible disappointment
when upon arrival he learned that
Pope Nicholas had died the night
before. No Senor Abulafia was
not consumed by flames, he was
only imprisoned.
We know of one other Pope who
died on Rosh-Hashanah; Clement
VII left this world on September
25,- 1534. Jewish historians speak
reverently and respectfully. He
was among those tolerant Popes
who treated our people with kind-
ness' and friendship. During tho
horrible persecutions of the Mar-
ranos, those Spanish Jews who
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE TWENTY-THREE
Pogroms and Boycotts Beset Polish Jews
NEW YEAR APPEAL AND PRAYER
(Continued from Page Six)
and reverently suggest, as i have
suggested several times to my
congregation in my annual report,
that we Jews, here and every-
where, set to work to clean up as
much as human beings can, in our
own midst first. We might do
that, and show our desire to be
among the best in every land, by
organizing here and everywhere
a committee on Business Ethics
who shall outline a program of ed-
ucation and self-respect among all
the members of our people. The
same should be attempted among
all the professions. The lawyers
should organize among themselves
and help the weaker brothers with
their advice and scholarly exam-
ple. The same among the Jewish
physicians. The older and more
experienced should give their
brotherly help and advice to the
younger, to the end that we as a
people, who have been the authors
of the moral and ethical conduct
in life, and who could not have
survived unless we had been bet-
ter and finer in our conduct
through the ages, may, in this
complexity of life, again renew
the passion for justice in every
department of life that our fath-
ers have felt through the ages,
and that an enlightened majority
in every country, and especially in
our country, may with honest en-
thusiasm continue to fight with us
for a humanity of justice and
sympathetic appreciation for the
welfare of man.
(1) Endeks Picket a Jewish Store. (2) Fear Grips the Jewish population on News of a pogrom. (3) Rioters
have no respect for the age of their victims. (4) The first outside aid for a pogromized town is usually
a truckload of food and medicines from the Joint Distribution Committee.
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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. Iflaa
ISRAEL AND AMERICA SPEAK
IN TERMS OF ETHICS
(BY RABBI MAX SHAPIRO)
BETH DAVID CONGREGATIONMIAMI
For ten days all Israel, every-
one who is true enough to be
brave and honest enough to recog-
nize faults, examines his conduct
and prepares his
moral inventory.
Genuine penit-
ence, during the
period commenc-
ing with Rosh
Hashonoh and
ending with Yom
K i p p u r, must
come with con-
fession, not hazy-
regrets, but defi-
nite admission of
fault, of vice, of
sin. Confession
of sin alone is
not sufficient!
Determination to I
do better must
accompany i t.
Let us beware,
men and women,
lest our self-suf-
ficiency or our
Ipirit of arrog-
ance lead us
lem confronting Israel and the
whence there is no returning. .
Men and women of Greater Mi-
ami: I take the liberty this year,'
to deviate from the usual general '
procedure of a New Year's Greet-
ing to present the serious prob- ,
lem confronting Israel and the
| world; so that we might glean
and apply the needed message for
our welfare in the future.
True religion and Americanism,
or for me as a
spiritual lead e r
in Isirael, Juda-
ism and Ameri-
ca n i s m, are
among the great
civilizing forces
of the universe.
Little does the
average perso n
realize how much
they have in
common. Togeth
er. they stand
for the rich spir-
itual values of
life and living;
together, they
stand for u n -
trammeled prog-
ress against the
forces of dark-
ness and super-
stition; together
they hail peace
and good will as
the true destiny of man on earth.
These are some of the thoughts
which come to me this Rosh-Hash-
onoh on the rich spiritual herit-
age which makes up both Judaism i
and true Americanism. A man!
may be said to be a good Jew who
I is God-fearing and honorable, kind
and tolerant, charitable and hum-
ble, seeking ever to listen and to
learn in order that he may grow
intellectually and spiritually. Is
not this the path of the true
American also.
More than 3000 years ago the
Ii us left, by the grace of God,
an intolerable slavery and fought
with the wilderness and the un-
known and out of there they built
a civilization which has brought
some of the noblest thoughts of
a'l time. Out of the struggle
with the wilderness they received
a law and fashioned a code of
morals which in the shape of the
great ten commandments has al-
ways been and always shall be,
the great guiding light to those
who seek to walk in the path of
God.
Hundreds of years ago, the early
Puritans turned their backs on op-
pression and set forth over wind-
swept seas to build a civilization.
Into the trackless wastes of a
rock-bound and barren continent
they came. Here they fought and
subdued wilderness; here they
built cities and states and ulti-
mately a nation which stands be-
fore all the world as an inspira-
tion to men everywhere.
Here they declared their pro-
found conception of the "Rights
of Man;" here they built a sanc-
tuary for millions who came out
of darkness and oppression to a
land blessed with liberty and op-
portunity.
And thus they walk, hand in
hand, Judaism to the Jew, Chris-
tianity to the Christian and Amer-
canism towards the every greater
triumphs which await the progress
of man.
To those who are conscious of
these two great miracles, there
must be evident the realization
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that a "good Jew" or a "^o^j
Christian" is a "good American."
The Jew seeks for more and more
spiritual righteousness __ The
American seeks ever the protec-
tion cf those fundamentals which
spell the right of man to life, lib.
erty and pursuit of happiness,
And he who is conscious of these
two heritages, must be con ,,<
of the responsibility of keeping
these two great heritages dear
and unspoiled. And demonstrating
by our faith, our conduct an I our
judgments, that together they
form the most solid bulwark which
has ever been given to man in
order that life shall become ever
(Continued on Page Twenty -Five)
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE TWENTY-FIVE
ISRAEL AND AMERICA SPEAK
IN TERMS OF ETHICS
Continued from Page Twenty-Four)
better and more beautiful to live.
The contentment of the great
mass of men, the preservation of
their independence, their right to
happiness, the guarantee of their
economic security and spiritual
heritage, have been the aims of
Jewish leaders for centuries. The
dignity of the average citizen, the
preservation of his right to life,
liberty and happinessthese are
American's creeds and for these
America fought valiantly and un-
flinchingly.
But when we turn to the daily
reports of outrages in Nazi-lands
and read acounts of brutal disre-
gards of the elementary rights of
human beings, heartless and inhu-
man abuse of the person and hon-
or of thousands of distinguished
men and womenthe whole world
is shaken in its faith and confi-
dence. In contrast, however, the
voice of America, once again, this
year came as spiritual and intel-
lectual refreshment, especially to
those of us born and bred in this
land of freedom. It sounded like
a resurgence of the nobler side of
American tradition. It gave con-
firmation of our faith in Ameri-
can ideals. It rekindled the light
in the Statue of Liberty as a sym-
bol of hospitality to the oppres-
sed. Once more, it seems America
was speaking in terms of ethics
as the youngest republic, its ideals
still untarnished with regard to
minority rights.
President Roosevelt has spoken
many times of tolerance, democ-
racy, equality of opportunity, but
at the Evian Conference through
the Representative, Mr. Taylor, it
was the first direct intrusion of
the American Government since
the advent of Hitler, to express
publicly a deep and practical con-
cern as to what our duties and
responsibilities may be under the
circumstances. As Presid e n t
Roosevelt emphasized "Our
country is and shall always be in-
terested in the oppression of min-
orities."
The conference relative to the
oppressed refugee problem intro-
duced a new note of humanitar-
ianism in the crass struggle of
national interests and ambitions
that is now being fought out on
the European continent. The ac-
tion has evoked a tremendous vol-
ume of enthusiastic support all
over the world.
We knew once the nations came
together and the moral impulse
began to cool and each considered
its own particular interests, much
of what was anticipated from this
conference was dissolved and de-
stroyed in discussion. But (this
is the important factor) as an
expression of the outrage felt by
the civilized nations with what is
now going on in Europeit gives
deep satisfaction to the best citi-
zenship of the American Republic
the fact that America spoke out
in terms of ethics, in terms of
minority rights. America took
the initiative.
It is indeed a sad commentary
on our present civilization that we
witness the conditions that exist
in Europe today. It is almost un-
believable that at this day and
age after what the world has gone
through that it is possible for
one nation to move into another
and conquer what was once a free
and happy people. And not one
can be happy in the world as long
as such conditions are permitted.
I feel confident somehow that
these conditions cannot endure.
The decency of the world revolts
against them. I am sure that the
great message of the great Pres-
ident of the United States with
regard to refugees made a pro-
found impression on the chancel-
lories of Europe. At least there
is one land that says: "Shame on
your outrageous conduct!" Secre-
tary of State Hull defined the pol-
icy and attitude of this country in
a very clear statement delivered
a few days ago before the Press
Club of Washington, D. C. He
described in diplomatic languag
that there is a menace in Europe.
And I emphasize that there is a
menace in Europe today and with
all the cannons, with all the ma-
chine guns, tanks and all brute
force employed, I am certain that
the enlightened public opinion of
the world will soon crush that
menace.
Permit me, this Rosh-Hashonoh,
through the Jewish Floridian, to
address both Jews and Christians.
Understand this:
We Jews desire not vengeance!
Let me speak rabbinically and
candidly. There is an idea pre-
valent that Judaism is an unfor-
giving religion, relentless in its
exaction of justice, sanctioning
and even insisting on the inflic-
tion of merited punishment, and
while exhorting to love of one's
neighbor teaches neither mercy
nor love for transgressors or for-
giveness tot he enemy. That the
law of Moses and its exposition by
the Rabbis is austere and ragour-
ous and instead of sentiments, of ,
clemency and mildnessit im- ]
plants in its votaries feeling of
vengeance and rancor.
That this is an erroneous view
of Judaism must be apparent to
every unbiased student of our sac-
red literature. But, alas, the un-
biased are so few and scarce. Ju-
daism has shared the fate of the
Jew. Similarly, it has been mis-
judged and continually found fault
(Continued on Page Twenty-six)
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PAGE TWENTY SIX
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER


ISRAEL AND AMERICA SPEAK
IN TERMS OE ETHICS
(Continued from Pag* 25)
with. It has been and always is,
criticized just by those who have
never taken the trouble to pene-
trate deeply and investigate thor-
oughly the intricate labyrinths
that comprise this ancient struc-
ture. Those who talk so glibly uf
the shortcomings and deficiencies
of Judaism are mostly those who.e
knowledge of its teachings is of
the slightest or who ha\e drawn
their information from second-
hand and unreliable source:.
For example, the relative narra-
tive to ancient Egypt clearly indi-
cates the attitude which the Bible
desires us to assume towards the
transgressors and enemi"s. It
deals chiefly with the stu>>borness
'if Pharoah who, notwithstanding
the dire punishment inflicted upon
him. would not hearken fa the
command of God to let Israel free
from his bondage. Plagu? after
plague came upon him, which now
and again made him yitlj to the
demands of justice. The moment,
however, that the trouble Wti re-
moved he again hrrened hi- heat,
resuming his syrtemati- oppres-
sion qf the per pie. Wh!nevei
visited by a new plag"" h<- would
?md for Moses crying fir mercy.
"Pray unto the Lord for me. avert
this punishme.it and I will iet th?
children of Israel go." Moses
though he knew the character of
Pharoah, though he was certain
of what would follow the rer.1
r.f th'' pressure, prayed again and
again for the tyrant, repeatedly
invoking the mercy of th Lord
for his enemy and the enemy of
hi- people. Moses was treated by
Pharoah with utter disdain; he
was driven out of the palace cov-
ered with insult and shame. H'i
people were cruelly oppressed,
they were enslaved, tortured and
martyred, indeed the cruel Phar-
oah sought to exterminate the en-
tire people. Yet, heedless of all
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the evil the tyrant wrought, re-
gardless of the indignity heaped
upon him and upon his brethren,
Moses prayed for Pharoah. Th
faithful shepherd whose heart bled
| at the suffering of his innocent
lambs, prayed for the devouring
] wolf who, at any moment, was
j ready to pounce upon them. Moses,
the man of God, taught by his
life, the great ethical lesson that
the ideal man pities but does not
despise his enemy, and can pray
for those who wrong him, bless
those who curse him, repay good
for evil and kindliness for injury.
It was in this spirit that the in-
comparable ethical injunction was
promulgated "if thine enemy he
hungry give him bread to eat,
and if he be thirsty give him water
to drink." What a noble revenge!
What splendid retaliation! This
is how Shylock if he had been a
Jew, would have taken vengeance
on Antonio. He could not ha--o
"xacted the forfeiture of the bond,
for such action would not be Jew-
ish. "Rejoice not when thine ene-
my falleth and let not thy heart
be glad when he stumbleth."
And the influence of Moses' re-
rigion has manifested its effects
on Israel's history. For the last
twenty centuries Israel has had
enemies. Many a country has
treated him in the same way Phar-
oah treated his ancestors. What
answer has the Jew given to the
indignities meted out to him? If'
has given his life and his sub-
stance for the land which treated
him ai an outcast; He has been
loyal and faithful even at the ex-
pense of his own religion to the
laws of the country which outlaw-
ed him. On his New Year, the
Jew prays for the despots who
trampled upon him. Even in the
dark and bloodstained ages, the
ideal Jewish prayer was formulat-
ed. "That all wickedness shall he
consumed, that the dominion of
brutality shall pass away from the
earth." Such is Israel's revenge!
Today as well as yesteryear, he
prays not for the destruction of
his tormentorsbe he a Hitler or
a Pharoahbut for the cessation
of wickedness. "I-et sin be con-
sumed out of the earth and there
will be no wicked." He pray- foi
the day when oppressors and ty-
rants shall be imbued with love
and compassion for all mankind,
when oppression shall be no more.
This is the attitude our religion
teaches us to assume against our
foes and those who wrong us.
"Let them curse, but Thou bless.
Be Thou of those that, when in- |
suited do not insult, hearing them
reproach give no answer, for such
will shine like the noon day sun
of a new coming civilization which
will shed its brilliant light upon
the whole universe."
Mi-anwhile. the tempest does
rage, the tormentors do torment
our only answer is that the clouds
of persecution come to test us and I i
they seek to destroy us, but they f A >ERY HAPPY NEW YEAR |
shall find us as they have always j -.-
found usmore steadfast, more IVieiVin KOgei'S
resolute, more sacredly devoted to
our cause of freedom, forgiveness ,
and tolerance. Like a child which '
' casts a pebble into the waters of !
the mighty ocean so is the wild
Nazi seeking to stifle the soul of |
the Jew. For us there is no death
because we will to live. This is
our will and to achieve it we are
ready to die and dying, we are re-
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THX JEWISH FLORIDIAK
PAGE TWENTY SE\ EN
THE YEAR IN JUDAISM
(BY HENRY W. LEVY)
The marked swing back to tra-
ditional Judaism in America dur-
ing 5697 was continued during
the year 5698 just concluded. The
movement th's year was charac-
terized by a plea for "synagogue
primacy." That this should be so
is not strange, for the history of
the world is marked by religious
renaissances in times of sore spir-
itual stress.
To put it very mildly, American
Jewry is uncertain of itself. Events
in Germany and elsewhere during
the past five years have achieved
B permanency that seemed almost
unbelievable at their inception.
Nationalism and anti-Semitism
hive spread to other countries cf
ih" world. American Jewry does
not quite believe that "it can hap-
pen here," but ;t plans for the fu-
ture in a nervous and hesitant
manner. As many times before in
its history, a sword of Damocles
hangfl over Jewry's head.
The normally introspective Jew
thinks even more of himself and
his problem than usual. The as-
-iin lationist is no longer complete-
ly sure of his point of view; a
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feeling has developed among Jew-
ry that an "inner" Jewish life
must be created as a backlog
against any catastrophe that may
befall it. This has accentuated a
trend in Reform Jewry that ante-
dates Hitlerism, a reversion to
traditionalism in religious ritual.
DANGER OF SECULARISM
Religious leaders feel that Jew-
ry, like many other American re-
ligious groups, is becoming secul-
arized. This point was made be-
fore the Central Conference of
American Rabbis at its 49th an-
nual convention by a number of
speakers and in several reports. It
was clearly stated by one of the
deans of the American Rabbinate,
Rabbi David Lefkowitz of Dallas,
Texas, when he declared that there
must be a vigorous insistence that
the synagogue has the right of
representing the Jewish people. He
sad:
"A reaffirmation is needed at
this time, in the face of the secul-
arists among us, that Judaism was
always and is still the most im-
portant factor in the l'fe of our
people; that faith and not philan-
thropy will save us. The voice of
the synagogue has its vital mes-
sage to brin-r to our people today.
"This insistence of the primacy
of the synagogue and of the rel'g-
ious point of view must especially
be made at this time. As perhaps
never before, the Jew, who gave
religion to the world, should be in
i position to reaff rm the religious
and moral obligations of man to
man."
In his presidential address be-
fore the annual convention of the
Synagogue Council of America,
Rabbi Simon Greenberg of Phila-
delphia made a similar plea to the
Rabbinate of the Conservative
Group of Judaism when he declar-
ed that the tendency to secularize
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only factor which gives meaning
and content to the Jewish strug-
gles for survival."
SYNAGOGUE UNITY URGED
Dr. Greenberg further expressed
a desire for synagogue unity, a
point that was also made at the
Central Conference convention. He
ivged the strengthening of the
Synagogue Council of America, a
federat'on of the lay and rabbini-
cal groups of the three wings of
JudaismOrthodox, Conservative
and Reform. He particularly cri
ticized ttifl newly organized Coordi-
nating Council of lay Jewish
groups for their om'ssion of rep-
resentative religious leaders. While
"welcoming" the formation of the
Coordinating Council. Dr. Green-
berg said:
"We nevertheless wish "to po'n'
out that no group can be directb
representative of the Americai
Jewish community which does no'
;nchide representatives of the or-
ganized religious l'fe of our peo
nle."
At the Central Conference con-
"tion. its president. Rabbi Mas
C. Currick of Erie. Pa., also nitre'
a strengthened Synagogue Coun-
cil of Ameri a to aid Jewry 'n th'
"solemn tasks" confronting it. He
blamed the loss of synagogue pri-
macy on the inability of the var-
ious branches of Judaism to coop-
erate.
"Thn syrawue." h" said, "mils'
"'t-ib''sh its right to speak and act
E -en th most unsynagogued would
idilv hive roneeded it before
this, had w boldly and ably exer-
cised it. The different branches o*
\m"""i"an Judaism must join hands
if this contribution of the Syna-
gogue is to be made possible.
"In the Svnagogue Council we
have the medium through whi h to
confer and act in recinrocal re-
spect and fellowship, with freedom
of conscience in matters that dis-
tinguish us from each other and in
the unity of belief and expression
in those things that distinguish u =
from th> rest of th- world."
JEWISH UNITY ACHIEVED
The alreadv mentioned new Co-
ord'mting Councilcomposed of
the American Jewish Committee,
the American Jewish Congress, the
Jewish I abor Committee and the
International Order of B'nai B'rith
ame into being :n June after a
ong and bitter struggle between
the American Jewish Committee
and the AniTican Jewish Con-
gress. Th:- climactic point of issue
was the Congress' plan for a pleb-
iscite among American Jewry that
in its original form named the
Congress as the instrument of
American Jewry for the defense ot
human rights in this country ar..
abroad. Prior to the compromise
esolution, the Congress had chang-
ed its plebiscite to ask the innocu-
ous question: Do you believe in
unity among American Jewry?
The new Council is limited in
scope to those matters "which re-
late specifically to safeguarding
the equal rights of Jews" and doe:
nc\'. affect the autonomy of any of
the organizations or include "the
considerations of questions involv
ing national, racial or rel'gious
philosophies." Its creation ha:
been hailed in Jewry as a peact
move designed to prevent contro
versy in regard to matters ot
which all Jews agree in pr'ncipli
but on whi h there is sometime:
a grave difference of opinion a
regards techniques to be employed
The meeting was called at th
insistence of a large number o'
iocal Jew'sh community council:
throughout the country that desir
ed to end bickering betwean th(
various national organizations
The Pittsburgh conference, a:
which the compromise was adont
"d, was thus signif'cant in that
'he voice of Jewry outside of New
York made itself heard above th'
voice of New York's two mil'ior
Jews who had for many y iars
dominated American Jewish life.
ROI.E OF EDUCATION
Jew'sh education, both for chil-
dren and adults, is to play an im-
portant part in the plans to re-
-ita'ize the synagogue. Rabbi
David Cedarhum of New York,
nresenting the report of the Com-
mission on Jewish Education to
the Central Conference of Amer'-
can Rabbis, stressed the need for
a "broader reorientation in the di-
rection of the Jewish adult." He
declared that the "emergence of
Hitler and the evident bankrupt y
->f the assimilation'st doctrine, the
ilight of European Jewry and the
evidences of nascent Fascism in
this country and fear of its pos-
sible consequences to the American
Jew himself, have all created some
very essential needs in his per-
sonal life-i a need to understand
the world he lives in and his re-
lationship to it, a need for guid-
ance in his economic reorientation
nd his vocational readjustment,
nd a need for spiritual susten-
ance and strength to face the world
as a Jew."
Orthodoxy went even further in
stressing the need for Jewish ed-
ucation. In his report as chair-
man of the National Orthodox
Board of Jewish Education, Rabbi
Joseph Lookstein of New York de-
clared the Jewish parochial school
to be the ideal form of Jewish ed-
ucation. Reporting on the success
of f'fteen such schools in New
York, Rabbi Lookstein said:
"The time should come when,
like Catholics, we refuse to dedi-
ate a synagogue unless there is
a nearby parochial school in which
to educate the children."
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THI JEWISH FLORIDLAJI
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 i^
A NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE
(BY RABBI ADOLPH BURGER, TAMPA. FLA.
i- nee llesa for me to i
taeta which are well known to all
Jewa who read the various Anglo-
Jewish periodicals regarding the
.1 wish tragedy throughout the
world at the present time. All of
u- real'se that the situation of our
brethren in Greater Germany, in
Poland and some of the other
neighboring countries is not better
but i- worse than
it was a year
ago. Even the
ill 0 St optimistic
among US m ist
be overwhelmed
.'. ith despair ovei
the tra|
their result
ant effei | upon
the miserable ex
istenci of t h i
Jew, the world*!
apegoat.
In these days
when certain na-
tions are deter-
ined to destroy
and exterminate
the Jew. politi-
cally, economical-
ly and socially,
there is an emer-
gency call to ev-
ery Jew, espec-
ially those living
in democratic- countries, to act en-
ergetically and speedily to avoid
the greatest catastrophe in the
history of the Jew -h people. We
have no offensive nor even defen-
sive weapon with which to fight
hack our enemies other than by
our faithour faith in God and
our faith in ourselves and n the
faith that with the help of God
we can overcome our adversaries.
The Psalmist asks: "Whence
cometh my help'.'" and he answer-:
"My help cometh from God." Let
us not depend too much on human
hedp. The last five years have
proven to us that no nation other
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than the United states has even
protested against the torture- and
the inhuman treatment infl'cted
on our people. Our only help ia
God. Let US, therefore, not try to
hide or to run away from our DC >
pie or from our religion in this
hour of distress. More than ever
before we must become more loyal
to our sacred heritage. to OUT
tradit oils and
lustoma wh i c h'
will give u- more
~t r e n g t h and
more moral cour-
to forge on
for a brighter fu-
ture. Our non
Jewish friends,
lovers of democ-
racy will be on
lUr side and we
an depend upon
their moral sup-
port.
There is a Mid-
rash n which Is-
rael asks God:
"When Will OUT
r e d e m p t i o n
come?" ( Refer-
ring to the per-
i o d of Jewish
slavery in Egypt I
and the answer
was: "All de-
pend! on you yourselves." The
-ame principle applies to our per-
plexities of the present time. Our
redemption can come only in the
form of self-help inspired by our
faith in God. We might express it
in the popular aphorism: "God
help- him who helps himself." If
w as a people aspire to deserve
the respect of all peoples of the
earth we must first cultivate self-
respect for our great heritage:
the' Torah Including the Bible, the
Ten Commandments and our eth-
ics; we must cultivate respect for
our own prophets and sages and
their teachings. We must mani-
fest respect for our own inherent,
God-given gift of the will to exist
not merely physically hut also to
live spiritually and culturally
For reasons of self-respect we
must familiarize ourselves with
our own Torah. However it is not
sufficient merely to study and to
know hut we must put these pre-
cepts 'nto daily practicewe must
live them.
Therefore, during the High Holy
Days when we chant: "Repentance,
Prayer and Charity will avert the
evil decree," we must realize that
only when we perform all these
three acts can we expect salva-
tion. Performing merely one or
two of these is not sufficient. It
's only by performing all three
acts may we execute our obliga-
tions to hoth our God as well as
to our fellow-man.
May the New Year bring to our
people a greater consciousness of
our duties and responsibilities as
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(Continued from Page 27)
The National Board of Jewish
Education presented a lew
CUlum for Jewish education to the
Union of Orthodox Congregations
and the Union adopted an annual
million dollar program for the co-
ordination of Jewish education un-
der the auspices of the National
Orthodox Board of Jewish Educa-
tion.
At the convention of the Rabbi
nical Assemb'y of America, Rabbi
Samuel M. Bloomfield of Chicago
called exaggerated Jew's!-, d
(nationalism an enemy of adult
Jewish education which he Baid is
the only hope in combatting se-
cularism.
SOCIAL JUSTICE PLATFORMS
As was the case last year, both
the Central Conference and the
J.w- and a clearer understanding
of how best to cooperate for the
preservation of our people ami the
preservation of our ideals, so that
when we recite in our synagogues:
"Repentance. Prayer and Charity
will avert the evil decree." we
may do so in all seriousne- and
sincerity. May the persecution of
our people in benighted lands
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the world enjoy peace, happiness
and prosperity on the New Year.
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Rabbinical Assembly adopted pro-
, locial justice platform-.
Roth group-, although seeking
between capital ami labor,
took Stands affirming labor'- right
to strike. At the Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America (the Orthodox
group I it was asserted, however.
by President Herbert S. Goldstein,
that "labor is overplaying its
hand" and that fclbor should seek
Other mean- to gain it- ends than
strikes.
In general, the Rabb's were less
audible in their plea- for a new
social order. There is no doubt
that middle class lay Jewry has
ed outspoken statements by
its Rabbinate on the ground that
such statements were open to the
misinterpretation that Jews are
Communists. As In Protestant
. the clergy is more
minded than the laity. The Rab-
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in Amen a and that incipient Fas-
cism is a greater threat to Jew-
ish security. Democracy, Amei
can Rabbi- have repeatedly said,
Is the best waj of life f...
In defend ng the liberal ,
for Jewry. Rabbi Edward 1.
of Baltim s, -', ial
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"Anti-Semitic movemi i are in
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and BOCfal reaction and .;.
muni and social justice will avert
a collapse which will u.an t,
dire.-t sort of ami Semitism, re-
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23. 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE TWENTY-NINE
Justice Not Charity
(BY ABRAHAM A. KEI.I.NER)
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION
Much has been heard in our
community during this past year
nbout Federating our communal
efforts in the field of charity.
Without entering into controversy
or engaging in polemics this New
Year message will attempt to
clarify some issues by its exposi-
tion of the meaning of the term,
Charity, as understood by Jews.
Indeed, the He-
b r ew language,
rich in content
and vast in ter-
minology does
not even have a
word for charity.
"Tzdokoh" as us-
ed merely means
Justice or a just
thing, th e r eb y
by implying that
the genius of the
Hebrew Tong u e
considered it "the
just thing," to
care for our fel-
low men who are
in a less fortu-
nate pos i t i o n
than ourselves.
T r u ly enough,
the Bible has ref-
erences to, and
laws about alms to the needy and
help for the poor; it decrees that
the homeless, the orphan and the
widow, the Levite and Kohan, each
share in the blessed yield of the
land, yet it does not so in the
name of charity as we understand
the word, nay, it commands the
same in the name of Justice and
Just dealings.
Divine Law sets up each and
every Jew as a Judicial Authority
to judge for himself whether it is
right and proper for a' few to
dwell in sumptions luxuriousness
while thousands are denied bread,
SEASONS GREETINGS
ty
A D. F. BLOODWORTH
r-
sincere Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Charles G.
Hannock
Dado Countv Surveyor
whether it is just and justifiable
to allow the existence of a social
order that permits hunger in the
midst of plenty.
One of the classic texts in the
Bible is the admonition found in
the Sidrah of Shoftim "Justice,
Only Justice Shalt Thou Pursue."
This is a command to Judges ad-
ministerng law who are enjoined
to guard its ap-
plication and at
the same time it
connotes one of
the major ele-
ments in the uni-
ty of Jewish life.
It is an injunc-
tion to the indi-
vidual Jew as
. well, wherein he
is admonished to
do the "J u s t" |
thing, act "Just-
ly," and to see to
it that everyone
receives his
"Just" share in
the blessings of
the land.
"Justice, Jus-1
tice shalt thou
pursue," is the'
Bible guarantee!
that an individual, be he poor,
downtrodden and helpless will be
dealt with fairly and justly, it is
also a most definite pronounce-
ment on the doctrine of Social
JustVe. The latter term in the
Biblical sense included responsi-
BAPPY NEW YEAR
D. C. COLEMAN
MIAMI. FLORIDA
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
LOUIS McREYNOLDS
CITY FINANCE DIRECTOR
MIAMI, FLORIDA
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
J. A. WHEELER
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR TO ALL
J. N. (NEWT) LUMMUS
TAX ASSESSOR
FOR DADE COUNTY
bility to each individual as well
as communal obligat'on. These are
concepts that are not strange to
one who deals with Jewish relig-
ious studies, they embody ideals
and principles that are not new
to the observant and learned Jew.
Our great leaders of old were
ever ready to attack with courage
existing social ills, incorporating
at the same time, social and hu-
manitarian aims into Jewish law.
They were not content with much
admired moral postulates; instead
they proceeded to deal w'th the
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAB
George Worley
STATE'S ATTORNEY
BEST WISHES
] IB A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. AND MRS.
W. I). (Bill) Joyce
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Judge
H. L. Oppenborn
A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW
YEAR TO ALL
J. W. Watson, Jr.
City Attorney
MIAMI, FLORIDA
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
C. N. Grimshaw
Chief Investigator
CITY OF MIAMI
GREETINGS
Baker's Service
PHONE 4-5443
1601 S. W. 32nd Aveiuio
Starter and Generator Work
Woco-Pep Tiolene Motor Oils
GENERAL REPAIRS
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
ALL MAKES OF WATER
PUMP8 AND SYSTEMS
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY & PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
'J
J. Lamar
Paxson
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
FOR DADE COUNTY
problems and perplexities of their
day in a manner most concrete.
The To rah concerns itself with the
welfare and happiness of the in-
dividual as it cements the founda-
tion of an order that alms for the
improvement of the social fabric of
our civilization.
That is why Leaders in Israel
must be ever alert when the great
cause of Tzdokoh is at stake. We
cannot and dare not allow this
foundat'on stone of Jewish life to
degenerate into mechanical collec-
tions and institutionalized dis-
bursements. If Federated Welfare
activities will acheve the goal of
reaching each and every member
of the Jewish community, then
their coming into being will in-
deed be a blessing, yet we must
forever be cautious not to create
the impression that one substan-
tial contribution, to a cause how-
ever inclusive is the sum total of
one's obligations towards his peo-
ple. We must not fail to bear in
(Continued on Page 40)
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I
. GREETINGS ... j
ERNIE SEILER
RECREATION DBPT.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
1
Sincere Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL MY JEWISH
FRIENDS

...J
BEST Wishes
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
H. W. (BOH)
RALSTON
W. Cecil Watson
Clerk of
Criminal Court
*
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Daniel P. Galen
Municipal Judge
MIAMI BEACH
*
SINCERE WISHES
for a
VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
ft
RALPH C. POLE
Justice of the Peace
MIAMI BEACH
TO MY MANY
FRIENDS AND
ACQUAINTANCES
W. H. PEACE
BlILDING INSPECTOR
Extends Best Wishes for
A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL
JUDGE W. F. BLANTON
SINCERE WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
E. B. LEATHERMAN
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY
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PAGE THIRTY
THE JEWISH FLOBIDLAN
a c
EEIDAY, SEPTEMBER 33
Y. M. H. A. GOLDEN BALL CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM
GREETINGS
If in need of Hired Help or
Want a position, Male or
Female
PHONE 2-2104
COATES EMPLOYMENT
8ERVICE
Sincere Wi*he* for*
Happy New Year
MAX II. FRIED80X
AM) FAMILY
FRIEDSON
CONSTRUCTION CO.
1632 Pennsylvania \\>
MIAMI UK.\( H
Befcre a crowd of approximately 3,000 enthusiastic ball fans assembled at Mami Field recently ta watch the Y. M. H.
A. diamondball team play to win the Golden Ball Championsh p. Members of the team are Nat Blumbsrg. Davis Lackavitz,
Leo Lipouskv. Bernie Frank. Frank Rose. Harry (-olden, Al Redman, Izzy Mayer, Sam Tendrich. Ralph Oilman. Jimmy
Hcrshey, Art Kah.i and Benny Gilman. The two co-managers of the team are Dr. Barney Weinkle and Aaron Weinkle.
HAPPY NEW YEAH
DAVIS SIGN CO.
SIGNS
Glass CardWall-
BannersTruck Lettering
117:; \. \v. 36th Streel
MIAMI. FLORIDA
GREET INGS
ELLIOTT MILL AND
FIXTURE CO.
BARS. FIXTURES. SPECIAL
ORDERS
Barber and Beauty Parlor
Fixtures & Kitchen Cabinets
4i>s s. W. 2SND AVENUE
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. B. F. HODSDON
Security Bldg.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
SINCERE WISIIKS FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. FREDERICK R.
FRANK
CHIROPRACTOR
821 s \v. wii Avenue
MIAMI. KLnlilDA
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
U. W. WRAY
SPECIALIST
HUDSON-BUICK
CADILLAC
2250 N. Miami Avenue
Phone 3-2017
MIAMI FLORIDA
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HAPPY SEW YEAR
from
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mi.I
| MIAMI COFFEE MILLS
i'26 \. Miami Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
SEASON'S GREETINGS
and
BEST W'isiiKs
Andy's
Rendezvous
-'iiil Aw., al Tamiami Trail
MIAMI. FLORIDA
A NICKEL DRINK-WORTH A DIM
SINCERE NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
ROBERT P. CLARK
BEST WISIIKS FOB A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
W. H. A.
MORTGAGE9
r V PHONE T.
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BEST WISHES FOR A
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DR.
Rosina E. Heine
310 N. E. 34th Streel
.MIAMI. FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR
'
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MARGARET EVANS
NATUROPATHIC PHYSICIANS
S2< H. -t Plagler St.
_MIAMI FLORIDA
. BEST WISHES FOR
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*
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1413 Washington Avenue Miami Beach, Florida
EVERYTHING IN GROCERIES
KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY DEPARTMENT
I'nder Management <>f
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FREE DELIVERY
PHONE 5 4047
SINCERE WISHES TO ALL
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORLDIAN
PAGE THIRTY-ONE
THE WORK FOR
HUMANITY
BY. MRS. BENJ. LB VINE.
President Miami Section National
Council of Jewish Women
The magnet of a specific inter-
est easily draws women to its sup-
port, and the farsightedness of
those women headed by Hanna G.
Solomon who in 1893 at the time
of the Chicago World's Fair or-
ganized the National Council of
Jewish Women, has through its
existence in the past 45 years kept
in bond the interest of over 40,000
American Jewish Women.
The National Council of Jewish
Women through its program of
legislation, -peace, immigration,
German children's aid, scholarship
and organization links us unques-
tionably with the finest of Amer-
i a'a fin-ward looking women.
The world is turning with tre-
mendoua velocity and strength,
and the Miami Section of Nation-
al Council of Jewish Women has
in realization of this strife heeded
the call and enlisted in doing its
share of work in all projects of
the Council. Due to added immi-
gration work an office was opened
at 510 Congress Building to aid
in expediting it with a very able
Immigration committee. The Chil-
din's Aid work which was organ-
ized for the purpose of giving Ger-
man children between the ages of
12 and 15 an opportunity for edu-
cation and training for a future
life in our country, is working out
very well and everyone is coop-
erating to see that we have chil-
dren in all parts of the United
States. It is interesting to know,
that we in the United States,
whose children are sheltered and
given every opportunity of home
life and education without any
strain or worry can be of help and
comfort to some of these grief-
stricken parents in helping their
children. One can grow very sen-
timental and one can tell a great
many interesting stories about the
children who have already been
placed here, but what is funda-
mentally more important is to try
and bring as many over here as
our quota calls for and to make
them forget the past and build for
them a happy and contented life
in this country.
The National Council of Jewish
Women through the years of its
existence has taken a big part to
Blipport the peace of the world,
particularly in these United States
of America. Mrs. Arthur Brin,
former National president, and
one of the ten outstanding women
n the United States, Chairman
for Council of the International
Relations and Peace Committee,
who has just returned from Eu-
rope, in her recent national broad- j
ast remarked, "The unrest in Eu-
rope is unexplainable and the
ideals for which we fought in the
Wonld War are being shattered
abroad, that peace can be accom-
plished in cooperation by all in
the work for peace and maintain-
ing standards of free speech and
liberty that we have here and ul-
timately bringing about a better
understand'ng between nations."
The Miami Section is following
closely the peace program outlined
by the National Council of Jewish
Women and has made great haid-
way in having its members work
for a united peace throughout the
world.
For this New Year 5699 may
we hope for a readjustment of
this turmoil the world over and
that the magnetism of National
Council of Jewish Women spread
wider and that all Jewish Women
in our midst help our Section car-
ry on our good work for 5699.
GREETINGS
DINK AND DANCE
54th STREET TAVERN
2!fi!l N. W. 54th Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 7-9149
HILL JOLLEY
Rest Wishes for a
HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS
NEW! YEAR
To All My Fricnils
GASTON B. WAUTIER
FRENCH CONSUL
HAPPY NEW YEAR
WALSH SCHOOL OF
BUSINESS SCIENCE
ACCREDITED:
Catherine S. Walsh. Director
Telephone 2-1667
Professional BuiMing
MIAMI, l-'l.i iltlllA
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF
COMMERCIAL COLLEGES
A Rosh Hashanah Message
from the
President of the United States
to
American Jewry
GREETINGS
New PIANOS Used
SOLDLiberal trade-in allowances
BOUGHTHighest prices paid
TUNEDREPAIRED
REFINISHED
BSstimatei riven without obllffa*
llon. All merchandise and work
fully guaranteed lor your eat-
lsfnction
ROY H. CREAGER
PIANO COMPANY
1165 S. W. SIXTH STREET
I'HO.VK 3-1370
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
I From Miami's Outstanding
Texaco Station
TEXACO COURTESY
SERVICE STATION
84.1 N. E. Second Ave.
PHONE 3-4323
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS
DULANEY MARKET
HOT WASHINGTON AVE.
411 41st STREET
MIAMI BEACH
SINCERE GREETINGS
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
H. M. CASSELL
FISH MARKET
2241 X. K. Second Avenue
MIAMI, FLORIDA
i^ TIIK WHITE HOUSE
WASHINGTON
Hijrh (Jrade Used Cars
WALDEN MOTORS
827 West Flagler St.
PHONE 2-1884
GEO. P. WALDEN. Prop.
AL WOLFE, Mgr.____
1 am happy to join in the celebration of Rosh
Hashanah and it is my very sincere hope that the
path which we now but dimly perceive soon will be
found to be a real road to world peace and to world
happiness. fraNKLIN D. ROOSEVELT.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH PATRONS
FOR A RELIABLE EXPERT DRY CLEANING SERVICE
LAMONT LAUNDRY
A COMPLETE LAUNDRY SERVICE
"Done the Way You Would Like it Done"
1111 Fifth Street 1>hone 5I208
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
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GREETINGS FROM THE
MIAMI CONSERVATORY
WOMEN'S CLUB BUILDING
173" x, Bayahore Drive
Studios: Miami Beach Shenandoah
PH( >\'K _'-:.:',"
GREETINGS
DR. KENNETH C.
SHANNON
NATUROPATHIC PHYSICIAN
TRY NATURE'S WAY
1125 s. w. Mh Street (Trail)
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
I'll' iNK 2-2259
GREETINGS
MIAMI BEACH
FURNITURE EXCHANGE
151 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
HERMAN GINSBURG, Mgr.
GREETINGS
FLORENCE VILLA
APARTMENTS
1450 Meridian Avenue
Miami Beach
HENRY IU'GOT, Mgr.
Phone 5-9327
HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE BLACKSTONE
MIAMI BEACH
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SINCEREST WISHES TO 01 R MANS .JEW IsII
FRIENDS AND PATRONS FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
NOWLAND SPICE & SUNDRY CO.
The House that Gives Your Real Service and a Complete
Assortment of Spices, Extracts, Sundries
and Drug Sundries
364 N. E. 61st STREET PHONE 7-8283
OUR SINCEREST WISHES TO ALL OF OUR JEWISH
FRIENDS AND PATRONS FOB A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Venetian Art Marble & Terrazzo Co.
TILEMARBLE TERRAZZO
PHONE 2-5298
1121 N W 29th8tree1 Miami. Florida
OUR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE HOME OF
GENERAL-ELECTRIC
REFRIGERATORSRANGESAND KITCHEN
EQUIPMENT
GENERAL HOME APPLIANCES
INCORPORATED
18 N. MIAMI AYE.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Florida Foundry & Pattern Works
Iron, Brass and Aluminum Castings
Wood and Metal Patterns
BRONZE TABLETS
106 East Twentieth Street
Phone 8-2272 Hialeah, Florida
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"Let Food Be Your Medicine and Let Medicine
Be YOUR FOOD"
Health Rendezvous Restaurant
Kitchen Under Supervision of
DR. F. CORNEJO
129 N. E. First Street m&mi- Florida
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SOUTHERN DAIRIES
Locally Produced Milk Ice Cream
Cottage Cheese
Quality Dairy Products and Cultured Sour Cream
PHONE 2-8439
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PAGE THIRTY-TWO
THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
FRIDAY. 8EPTEMRBP
23,
ES^s&fStfSE*: S*2S*S->S>2S
DR. FRANK CORET
I'n id. in of the Florida Federa-
tion of B'nai It'rith I .edges
... A VERY HAITY
HAPPY NEW YEAR
PAUL K. JENKINS, M. D.
Lincoln Medical llldg.
541 Lincoln Road
MIAMI REACH, FLA.
+ A TIMID SOUL #
M-^r-T'IC-s?
Dr. and Mrs.
Edward Roth
and Son
FELICITATIONS
TO ALL
SINCERE WISHES
for a
Happy and Prosperous
New Year
DR. E. THOS. KINSEY
320 N. W. Seventh Ave.
Phone 3 2005
Editor's Note.We are in-
debted to Mr. William Taradaxh
for permission from the author,
a non-Jew. to reprint this story
which appeared recently. To
those familiar with the exile of
Prof. Sigmund Freud, this slory
is quite apropos.
My war ended Easter morning,
1918, in n field near Le Cateau.
"Compound fracture, left femur;
third-degree burns, chest and back;
possible fracture of skull," I heard
the old doctor say.
The young doctor bent over me.
"Another of those forty-hour
fliers." he growled. "Sending these
half-trained kids up against aces
is plain murder."
I did not hear anything more
for a long t'me.
When I got back home to New
York everybody said I did not look
like a man who had been shot down
in flames. They said I looked
fine. My firm gave me hack my
old job. I lasted four days. Work
on i easy I could not do at all now.
Every little sound rasped my raw
nerves. For hours I would cry.
In camp and at the front I had
been haunted by the fear of fear.
Now all the old fears came back
and brought with them new ones.
I was afraid to live and afraid to
d'e. A dozen doctors, a dozen
ures, did me no good. I got worse.
Finally, as a last hope, my people
sent me over to Kronzak to see
Dr. Isaac Israel.
All that most people know about
Kronzak is that it gave Dr. Israel
to the world. I found it one of
those tiny free states away in the
mountains of mid-Europe, a con-
tented little country, just poor
enough to be left alone, just rich
enough to be happy.
(RY RICHARD CORREI.L)
His country was proud of Dr.
Israel, its world-famous son. In
a drowsy rural village, which had
not changed in a century, lived
this man who had changed the
thought of the world. To him men
from many lands brought their
broken minds to be made whole
again. Great doctors came, too,
to sit at his feet and study his
method.
Dr. Israel lived in a modest
farmhouse his grandfather had
built. He was in his fifties then,
a frail man with a beard already
white. Care lines were et hed
deep in his sensitive face as if he
had made the woes of all his pa-
tients his own. He had the wisest.
gentlest eyes I ever saw.
Thrice a week I spent an hour
in his old-fashioned study. It was
not like going to a doctor at all.
Il was Ike having a quiet talk
with a father who understood your
doubts and despairs because he
had felt them himself. It is not
easy for a man to empty out the
pockets of his soul. But his com-
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Dr. mid Mrs.
Jos. B. Margolis |
AND DAUGHTER
Extend to All Their
Relatives and Friends
Sincere Wishes
for a
VERY HAPPY
MAY YEAR
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Dr. and Mrs.
Barney Weinkle
and Family
Extend to All Their
Relatives and Friends
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
passion and tolerance made it
easier. Slowly I began to find
myself.
I also began to find out some-
thing about him. He was selless
in his devotion to his science, and,
though never physically strong, he
drove himself relentlessly in his
quest for the secret springs that
make some men sinners and some
saints. By day he saw h's pa-
tients. In the village there were
always a score or more of tortured
men and women who had come to
him for help. By night, he work-
ed late on one of those thin, lucid
Iniok- of his. which, in a hundred
pages, said more of value to hu-
manity than most men say in a
lifetime.
What little time he had left for
a personal life was simply spent.
He had a garden and he loved it.
I remember his childish pride when
a pumpk'n pie he had raised won
a prize at the local fair. His oth-
er relaxation was to play the cello
in a string quertet consisting of
himself, his wife, his son and the
village barber.
I had been his patient for three
months when Erno Grodd came to
the village. He caused a minor
stir because he was a rarity, a na-
tive of Kronzak who had no regu
lar work or fixed abode. Grodd
was ragged, and he was weary
from much wandering. The car-
penter in whose house I lodged
gave him food, a place to sleep,
and a job counting sh'ngles.
From my window I watched
Grodd at work. He was thirty but
he moved like seventy. As he did
his simple task slowly and badly,
he made me think of a dog I once
saw. part terrier, part mastiff, a
scared and spiritless thing, with
(Continued on Page 38)
ELRY STONE
Se.-retary of. the Florida Fedw.
ation of B'nai B'rith Lodges
11.....'"'m.......i.......iilua,
Dr. and Mrs.
Milton Saslaw
Wish All Tlnir Priendi
and Relatives a
HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
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. NEW YEAR GREETINGS .
Alton Road
Hospital
799 Alton Road
MIAMI BEACH
Dr. and Mrs.
A. E. Rosenthal
and Family
Extend to All Their
Relatives and Friends
Sincere Wishes
for a
VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
IIHtUIIINIIINtHMII[||MHItMtllMHIH'lllIIIHIMlllir........I\ I
DR.
HAROLD RAND
Extends Best Wishes
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL HIS RELATIVES
AND FRIENDS
Dr. and Mrs.
Leonard Finn
Extend to All Their
Relatives and Friends
Sincere Wish,.
for a Very
HAPPY NEW YEAR
JjJ
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li>
BEST WISHES
pdB a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR.J. HOLDEN
BECKWTH
EXODONIST
Ingraham Bldg.
MIAMI, FLORIDA


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Dr. and Mrs.
Max Pepper
and Family
Extend Best Wishes
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All Their Relative!
and Friends
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WE EXTEND OUR SINCEREST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THIRTY-THREE
RETRAINING JEWISH YOUTH
(Left) Two serious students sent to Palestine from Ger-
many by Youth Aliyah, examine a prize hen prior to mak-
ing a laboratory report to their instructor in Ben Shemen.
(Right) In a burst of high spirits some of the 2,000 Jewish
boys and girls sent to Palestine by Youth Aliyah dance the
Hora before embarking for Haifa.
ISRAEL AND AMERICA SPEAK
IN TERMS OF ETHICS
(Continued from Page 26)
born with an ever fresher lustre
and beauty. What fools are those
who they ave doing today, has been
done a hundred times before and
wherever it was done, there we
flourish today with an ever in-
creasing zeal and faith.
This is our answer to bigots,
tyrants all over the world. We do
not protest with idle words. Yes,
protest is necessary, but it is
meaningless unless there walks
hand in hand with it, the willing-
ness to consecrate ourselves to
the task of replacing all that the
madman has crushed. In the
words of President Roosevelt, "To
replace with stronger ideals of
justice, liberty and equality." In
the face of such a fate all of the
songs of hate, all of persecution,
all of the concentration camps,
the stoutest swords, the fiercest
punishments are futile. We do not
shed tears although our hearts
are filled to overflowing for our
brothers and sisters in the lands
of oppression. Neither do we
weaken nor bend an inch beneath
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the whip of the madman. We
build We build on ruins. We
build as our fathers did. We bring
life when they bring death. Where
they seek to strangle us, they find
new life. Where their ears listen
for sighs and groans, they shall
hear only the song of an ever fresh
faith. Where they expect to hear
the supplicating voice of pity, they
shall hear only the challenging cry
of our new faith in a God of jus-
tice and righteousness. And when
they are done with their burnings,
we shall go back there and on the
ashes of our martyrs, rebuild to
the imperishable glory of Godhis
ideals of freedom, equality and
minority rights. This is our pray-
er at the eve of the great Rosh
Hashonoh.
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our utmost, the coming year and
years, to justify our invoking the
living God to remember us and all
peoples of the earth unto life.
Again I repeat this year, I feel
constrained to say a "Happier New
Year" for all Jewry. For we
Jews are so constituted that what-
ever affects Jewry in other parts
of the world affects us personally.
In this glorious country of ours,
where we share freedom and lib-
erty equally with all its citizens
all of us become moved at the re-
ports of the sufferings of Jews
and other groups in less civilized
countries. We give of our bounty
and extend our sympathy to those
in distress and hope for a brighter
and happier year for them. We,
therefore, pray for a "Happier
Year." May God grant it!
Source of all, now that we stand
on the thresh-hold of a New He-
brew YearRosh HashonohOur
eyes are turned to Thee and our
hands outstretched for Thine ben-
ef:cence. Today, the earth cries
out its distress and sadness.
Throughout the world men are
weary and forlorn with the ever
increasing problems which beset
them. Hunger, sadness, despair
and war stalk through this land
and those across the sea. Men are
tired and sad; they are hopeless
and their cheer is gone. Caught
in the maelstrom of what seems
like an endless series of setbacks
and disappointments, our hearts
cry out their suffering"how
long, O Lord, how long?"
Send us, O God, an answer
which shall fill our hearts with
new hope and our "frames with
new vigor. Cheer us so that this
despond in which we are trapped
may give way to the hope and
cheer of a new dawn and a better
! day. Help us, O God, so that this
I New Year into which we enter
I may be a brighter, a happier one.
To all who are depressed, send,
we pray, faith and hope and the
courage to go on. For those who
are sick and weary, bring, O Lord,
the refreshing cheer of a new
start and a brighter road.
And for all men everywhere, we
pray that they may find again
peace, tranquility, happiness and
joy. May the laughter of little
children be heard again wherever
there are tears and the blight of
! misfortune. Strengthen us, O
God, with your mercy so that we
may walk as our fathers did, firm
in our faith and dedicated to the
noble errand which Israel is com-
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PAGE THIRTY-FOUR
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
raiDAY, SEPTEMBER 93,^
Who Desires Life?
(BY RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF)
BETH JACOB CONGREGATIONMIAMI BEACH
Not so long ago there died a
weak, shriveled up little Jew at
the ripe old age of a hundred and
over. He was known to millions
as the Chafetz Chayim, the "desir-
er of life." He had desired life
and he had obtained it. He died
. What pious
Jew will admit
it ? He lives, for
he had found the
secret of life.
Pondering the
meaning of life
in it s fullest
sense he had
written a tract
on ethics which
he entitled
"Chafetz Chay-
im" (whence his
name,) and in it
he elaborated on
the secret of life:
a simple formula
first stated by
David the psalm-
ist, when pursu-
ed by Abimelech.
The formula:
"What man is
he that desireth
life, and loveth
many days that he may see good?
Keep thy tongue from evil, and
thy lips from speaking deceit.
Depart from evil and do good;
seek peace and pursue it."
Simple words. A whole philos-
ophy in two sentences. Yet no
more certain formula for life, in-
dividual or collective, I venture to
say, can there be found.
We say, "We desire life."
Each one of us prays for it;
each has the same lights to it. We
want length of days, and good in
each of them. By all means. But
most of us begin with the wrong
desire. Evil and guile are the
materials with which so much of
our so-called life is built. Pause
and consider for a few moments.
See if it is not true in your own
group. .
"Depart from evil and do good."
Only a score of
years ago the
world spoke of
that prayer for
life which we ut-
ter each Rosh
Hashono; "May
all form a single
band and do Thy
will with a per-
fect heart." The
world prayed for
peace. But did
it truly desire
peace ? Did it
base that senti-
ment for peace
on honesty and
cooperation ? The
world on the
brink of a new
cataclysm gives
us the answer.
The world pray-
ed, but did not
desire.
Israel for the past generation
prayed as never before for an
Kretz Yisroel. But did Jews have
the desire to purchase land, to
settle there, to help in its develop-
ment, economic, cultural or spir-
itual? If we had so desired, there
would have been an Eretz Yisroel
a Jewish land, today.
All praise to those who, filled
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with the desire for Zion, struggled
for its development, passively re-
sisted all acts of terrorism in Pal-
estine, and, in our own country
and community, contributed to the
U. P. A., the Hadassah, Senior
and Junior, the Zionist organi/.a
tion. Members of these organiza-
tions and contributors to their
work, these really desired the life
of our Homeland. The tragedy of
Palestine lies in this,so many
"only prayed."
In our own city Israel prayed
for a stronp community. It pray-
ed for welfare of its institutions.
It prayed for Jewish education, tl
prayed for relig'ous observance. It
prayed for good will among our
own people and between Jews and
non-Jews.
Did we desire these? Did we
during the past year consider these
the ultimate "chayfetsz," the ob-
ject of supreme value, worth a
struggle?
The answer lies in the fact that
our Jewish community is still in
its first swaddling clothes; that
few admit parentage and accept
the responsibility for its growth.
Those few who have given of their
fine and energy that such matters
hi' fostered have found life thru
theh? sacred work, and have
breathed life into those institu-
tions which have taken another,
albeit small, step in the proper
direction this year. But they are
so few!
We pray for the poor. How
many have done their share in
the support of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau charitable funds, in the
organization of charities in our
community! A few did desire to
help. Even now a Federated Char-
ities is being brought to life in
our community. Will it live? Only
pray
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desire it. Work as well as
for it and it will.
We pray for kashruss. Ho
many have done more than si
der and accuse? How well col
we apply the admonition, %.
thy tongue from evil and thy |*'
from speaking guile" to many fa
for one reason or another meddle
rather than cooperate with those
whose duty these matters Wou|d
be when properly assisted?
We pray for religions revival h
our community. How |,any jn
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1938
THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN
PAGE THIRTY FIVE
HD
PALESTINE IN AMERICA
Dr. Thomas Mann, the most celebrated of the non Jewish
exiles fron. Germany, lays the cornerstone of the Palestine
Pavll'on at the New York World's Fair.
Opportunity Knocks
A Msssage fron the President of Greater Miami Federation of
Jewish Welfare Funds
BY STANLEY C. MYERS
various agencies, and distributes
the welfare fund collected among
these agencies.
The experiences of successfully
operated federations throughout
the country prove that by means
of Federation, the number of con-
tributors in the Federated commu-
nities increase from year to year,
proving beyond question of doubt I
that Federation awakens a commu- |
nity to its responsibilities and
reaches a greater percentage of
| Jewish residents than were reach- j
ed prior to the organization of the
Federation, and thusly makes the
support of Jewish causes a com-
munity proposition rather than an
individual one.
Of lesser importance from the
standpoint of ideology but of prime
'mportance of practicalities is
the fact that federation eliminates
a multiplicity of campaigns in
the course of the year and mater-
ially reduces the cost of raising
funds, and therefore makes ava'l-
able to the institutions seeking re-
lief more of the funds raised in
the community. It also eliminates
the annoying and provok'ng con-
tinuous solicitation of local busi-
ness and professional men by rep-
resentatives of the various solic-
iting agencies, which solicitations
usually result in the de-lination of
the charitable inclination of the
person solicited.
The formation of the Federat'on
in Miami presents an opportunity
to Miami Jewry to show its real
Worth as a Jewish community.
Our Jewish leaders see no clear
sk!es on the horizon of internation-
al affairs for the coming year.
The financial burdens placed upon
American Jewry will certainly be
increased and not lessened for the
next few years.
If our community avails itself
of the opportunity afforded it by
Federation, it will unify and co-
ordinate its money-raising activi
ties and will -successfully assume
and fulfill its obligations as an
integral part of American Jewry.
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is ready. May God grant that the
true Jewish spirit of understand-
ing and charity will govern the
judgment and determinations of
the members, directors and offi-
cers of the Greater Miami Feder-
at'on of Jewish Welfare Funds
and will guide the Jewish residents
of Miami in supporting, morally
and financially, the annual wel-
fare fund drive to be conducted by
the Federat'on during the coming
year.
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(Continued from Page 3)
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able our community to face its ob-
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the community among the various
Jewish agencies and it will give
the local community an intelligent
control over the collect'on and dis-
tribution of welfare funds.
The method of operation of ev-
ery federation is simple. It intel-
ligently analyzes the needs of ev-
ery organization soliciting funds
in the community and by the ap-
plication of recognized standards
to the soliciting agencies. It then
cies to accept the amount fixed by
the Federation and its agreement
not to solicit funds in the commu-
nity. It then conducts one cam-
paign a year and raises one wel-
fare fund sufficient tr) meet the
total amount of allocations to the
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PAGE THIRTY SIX
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 193a
Who Desires Life?
(BY RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF)
(Continued from Page 34)
practice in their private lives have
been the most disruptive force in
the establishment of religious val-
ues, at the same time that they
speak for religious education.
Again, this past year has shown
to what degree a healthy desire
for life is realized. The Habanoth,
the Young Judea, Junior Congre-
gations, Young Men's Bar Mitzva
groups and others have shown a
resurgence of religious spirit and
practice, thanks to those few lead-
ers who have put their hearts as
well as their lips into effecting
their desired goal. Hebrew and
Sunday School attendance has
grown. Synagogue membership
hus increased. Oh, if only more
in our community would with all
their hearts desire the increase of
these activities to full-blown life.
I dare say that no finer group of
synagogue and sisterhood presi-
dents than ours can be found in
any community. If only members
had the desire to help realize their
most cherished dreams!
What of our Jewish organiza-
tions which flout Jewish laws and
practices in their public affairs?
"Why," an officer of a youth
group asks me, "should we give
a kosher banquet, when older j
groups feed Jews with trayfoss?"
Need I mention other things?
These organizations pray for Jew-
ish life. A sardonic prayer. Again
desire and action have shown the
way. The "Y" this year has made
a giant step in the proper direc-
tion with the engagement of an
executive director to whom all
matters Jewishcultural, religious
and spiritual are holy. Here is a
factor for life which cannot be
overestimated. Only have the de-
sire that it live.
"Seek peace and pursue it."
We pray for peaceful and
friendly relations with the non-
Jew. But how many Jews exam-
ine their business or professional
ethics to prevent the non-Jew
from having reason to despise and
denounce. Can all the rumors of
lack of ethics among a few Jews
be baseless? They may affect the
entire community. The anti-De-
famation committee of the B'nai
B'rith has the desire to eradicate
such malpractices. How many of
us have the desire to bring their
work to fruition ?
This Jewish "business of pray-
er" is too lightly held today. De-
sire for action must always be
coupled with it. When Jews in a
community do not join organiza-
tions, do not help synagogues and
schoolseven help their disrup-
tion through the parasitic growth
of mushroom synagogues, etc.
and in other ways show that they
do not really desire the integration
and unification of a community,
is it to be wondered that these do
not materialize?
Jews do not desire a Jewish
community to represent, express
and protect them. Otherwise, how-
explain the ridiculously small
memberships in our organizations?
How explain the shamefully small
number of synagogue members of
children enrolled in daily Hebrew
School? How explain the dire
lack of representative leaders to
express the will of a community
which should make its desires
known? Jews do not desire kash-
russ otherwise why is there no
organization to help the Habbi, no
paid supervisors to assist in the
work?
Prayers there arc aplenty in the
Machzor. And prayers aplenty in
the synagogues during the High
Holy Daysmay their number in-
crease and remain more nearly
constant throughout the year. But
desire for life, of that there is
HAPPY NEW YEAR
E. T. Harper
BONDSMAN
CIVIC BUILDING
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of
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Poatai Building
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CITIZENS A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
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| Prosperous New Year to My
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Acquaintances
J. E. KELLY
J Official Court Reporter
of Circuit Court
very little evidence in our commu-
nity. To many a worshipper
must be brought the reproof,
"keep thy lips from uttering de-
ceit." *
"Mee Hash he Chafaytz Chay-
im?" Who are the men who truly
desire life? I.et them stand forth.
Let them help "form a single
band to do Thy will with a perfect
heart." Then we shall have life.
These same men and women will
find their own lives worthwhile.
Through them the community will
find vibrant life. Good will will
be expressed by the non-Jew, not
alone at the Jewish cemetery, but
in appreciation and admiration of
the Jewish mode of life wherein
ethics will again have significance,
religion will again be the inspira-
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I'niy with all your hearts, your |
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Seek life and you will find it.
God's blessings upon you all.
A Happy New Year.
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THIRTY SEVEN
We All Have Whips
A Message to Miamians
(BY RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMANTEMPLE ISRAEL)
This would be a Pollyannaish
message, if it attempted to follow
traditional lines and paint a glow-
ing picture for our people during
the coming year.
Th's would be an untimely mes-
sage, or rather an out-dated mes-
sage, if it attempted to give a
summary of the Jewish position
throughout the world, because at
the time that these words are
written the world hangs breath-
lessly upon the
words of one
man, who will
either throw the
world into an-
other war or else
prolong the pres-
ent chaotic un-
:erta'nty in world
affairs.
This would be
a modern "Book
of Lamentations"
if it attempted
to picture the
plight of the Jew-
ry of two Euro-
1> c a n countries,
which have dur-
ing the year 5698
have been thrown
into the pit of
despair when c e
it is hard to
arise.
What shall this message be,
then?
It shall be a personal one, lim-
ited to the affairs of our commu-
nity. Rosh Hashanah and Yom
Kippur are the two holidays which
do not center about some event
in the history of our people; their
concern is rather with the indivi-
dual. And so I believe that this
message would lose none of its
traditional essence if it spoke to
the individual.
We are like unto the wise men
of fhelm!
Fifteen wise men of Chelm, so
the story goes, once piled upon one
wagon. The wagon was to be
pulled by one horse.
A bystander asked the wise men
of ('helm "how do all of you ex-
pect to be pulled by th;s one poor
horse?"
"Well, you see," they replied,
"we all have whips."
I do not mean to place the lead-
ers in a community in the equine
category, but certainly much of
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large one, it is a
heavy one. New
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devised for a
Federation of Charities. Larger
numbers of immigrants are begin-
ning to use Miami as the thresh-
hold of hope from which they
step to new life. The Temple and
the Synagogues are assuming a
larger role in their service of the
spiritual needs of resident and va-
ationing Jewry. The Rabbinical
Association is pointing towards a
unity which should be emulated
by lay leaders.
Truly may it be said that the
task is a great one. that the bur-
den is a heavy one. But even
greater than the size of the plans.
even heavier than the weight of
the load, looms the dangerous re-
tort of those who will continue to
stand on the side, and do nothing
but sneer'ngly remark "well, we
have whips."
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THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23 jg.

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IN 5698
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
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With the curtain about to fall on
5*598 we will pause for a moment
to review the highlights of the
past year.
It is from the past that we plan
for the future and try to build a
foundation on which to succeed.
Start'ng with our sixth annual
ball last December at Civic Center
Ballroom, attended by a throng of
young and old. the proceeds going
to the Building Fund, we went to
work on our third annual Parade
of Stars with Nick Kenny again
in the leading role. Through the
courtesy of the management of
the Cinema Casino was given free
of charge at its band and
performers. Especially helpf..l
was Leo Robinson to whom mui K
credit for this sue essful ewnt
was due.
Following the a rivit'es
came a large number of min >- tt
fairs which helped not only f n-
cially but kept the spirit of '1 V.
and its numerous affiliated organ-
izations alive and awake.
June brought the annual elec-
tion of officers with Milton A.
Friedman assuming the presidency
of the Y., Mrs. Samuel Shinde.i
the same position with the Y W.
and Hymen Merlin the leadership
of the Junior Division.
In line with a pledge given by
Milton, one of the first Steps was
the selection of an Executive Di-
re-tor to succeed the late beloved
Boris Schlachman. With a repu-
tation for splendid accomplish-
ments in the field of social w >rk.
Maurice Grossman recently as-
sumed active charge of and was
named Executive Director of the
Y. Plans for a sustained and in-
tensive series of cultural programs
were drawn, with the result that
at the present time more than a
hundred Jewish boys and girls aie
at the Y. clubrooms nightly to
take part in the program planned
for them. Meetings of every or-
ganization are held during the
week, with the Juniors beginning
the week on Monday nigh'. A
Short busine ting and "hen
something of B cultural nature
with a social hour and refresh-
ments to conclude the full evening.
Tuesday night finds a men I*
of the Rabb'nate or some promi-
nent professional lecturing on a
topic of Jewish interest, always
followed by an open forum. A
rial hour follow- with refre I.-
ments concluding the evening'; en-
tertainment
Wednesday evening the Y. prop-
er holds its general meetings,
Board meetings, cultural program,
though you may at all times enjoy
billiards, ping-pong, checkers, cards
and the like.
Thursday night the Dramatic
flub is in full swing, rehears'ng
or planning for several dramatic
presentations during the coming
Reason. The Glee Club meets the
same evening rehearsing for a pro-
duction or two that will be their
contribution during the winter's
festivities.
On Friday nights and all day
Saturday the Y. in deference to
the proper rel'gious training of its
members, is closed and no activi-
ties are permitted.
Saturday nights and Sundays
are the dates when dances, card
parties, contests and the like are
staged. Very often the use of the
facilities of the Y. on Sundays
are donated to one of the many in-
st'tutions of this community who
request the use of these facilities.
Our diamondball team managed
by Dr. Barney Weinkle and
Weinkle and Nat Blumberg M
captain, won the Golden Ball tour-
(Continued on Page J1)
A TIMID SOUL
(Continued from Page 32)
B heail too big and a body too
small, and eye- full of memories
of past kicks and fears of future
rie- Now and again I stopped
I i cha- with him. He cringeil
away at first. But in time he
came to trust me enough to talk
a I'ttle. I found he had edll
without being educated. In his
year- of aimless drifting about the
continent he had stuffed his head
with all he had heard in public-
park forums, debates in hobo jun-
gles, and speeches by street-cor-
ner statesmen. This hodgepodge
of ideas, superstitions, theories,
political catchwords and prejudices
lay in an undigested lump in his
mind.
I put Grodd down as a misfit,
pulled this way and that by indef-
inite dreams, and too infirm of
purpose to make any of them a
reality; as one of those weak and
worried timid souls who let their
lives dribble slowly from their
slack grasp. One day he surpris-
ed me. I forget what we were
talking about, but I cannot forget
how he spoke with a sudden flash
of passion that made him, for a
moment, seem to have some inner
fire and force. He saw my amazed
stare, went worm again and slunk
away.
Next day Grodd tried to hang
himself in the woodshed. Of
course he bungled the job. He did
not tie the knot tight enough. He
fell and bru'sed his face and body
and I found him. sobbing impot-
ently, on the floor.
Dr. Israel heard of this, and
sent for (iiodd. It was like him
to try to help anyone in trouble.
A week later, out for an evening
stroll, I saw the doctor weeding
pped to ask
him about Grodd.
i- he mad?" I asked.
"He is but a step from mad-
,.,....- Dr. 1 rael told me gravely.
-And he may take that step
I can ~av.- h'm from it
The poor fellow is an emotional
rather than a thoughtful type, and
he lives in terror of the tigei he
has lo ked in his heart. Perhapi
I can show him how to let them
out, one by one, and help him find
a measure of peace. It may not
iy. I have never met a man
with so profound a sense of infer-
iority as Erno Grodd. What i Bus-
es it I cannot tell. It may take
months, years, to find out. But I
intend to do so. I must make him
believe in himself. I must."
-I hope you can help Grodd." I
-aid. "It is good of you to try
when you are so very busy and he
i- so very poor. I'm just wonder-
ing"
"If I'll be repaid for my work,"
he finished for me.
"Grodd will repay me," he said.
"Not in money, maybe, but in some
way. If I can turn a sick tramp
into a useful citizen I'll ask no fur-
ther fee. And I may learn some-
thing from his case. Grodd is
worth studying. He is an extrem-
ist. No golden mean for Grodd.
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It is not in him to be just meek;
he must be utterly. I might say
violently, meek. Most men have
at least a little self-esteem. Grodd
has none.
"Sometimes a weak man is a
strong man in reverse. That may
be true of Grodd. He's at the bot-
tom now. Perhaps I can turn him
round and start him toward the
top. Just suppose he had as much
confidence in himself as he now
has distrust. Suppose he felt as
superior as he now feels inferior.
Why. such a man could drive
through to real greatness! And
how terribly the world needs great
men. ... I think I can start him
on a new path."
-Where will it lead to?" I asked.
"Ask me twenty years from
now." 'he -aid.
Two months later I said goodby
to Dr. Israel. I was well again.
I -aid goodby to Erno Grodd, too.
lb- was whistling at his work. I
saw a change in him. H's eyes
i little less afraid, his man-
ner a -hade more assured. I left
him counting shingles and whist-
ling the national anthem of his
country.
I- Easter morn'ng, just
twenty years after my crack-up
and the cure that followed. I M,
down in the breakfast room and
glanced at the newspaper. I rea(j.
DRASTIC PURGE IN KRONZak
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they told him to get out of the
country. They were acting under
orders from Dictator Erno Grodd,
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FKTDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, ISM
TM JIWJI F LORIDI AN
PAGE THIRTY NINE
Faith and Hope
(BY RABBI A. s. KLBINFBLD)
FORT I.AUDEKDALE CONGREGATION
Text: Why art thou ca>t down, O my soul, and why art thoo
di-<|uieted within me? Hope thou in Cod; for I shall yet praise
Him for the he In of His rountenaare. I'salm XI.II
Lessiog once 3id: "If the All-
l iwerful holding in one hand
Iruth and in thf other the search
for Truth, said Ui .me, Choose, I
vi uld answer h'm, O, All-Powy-
ful. keep for Thyself the Truth,
hut leave to me tbe seareh for it.
which is the hette tfor me."
What this
thinker said of
truth, I can just-
ly stare <>f Cour-
age and Hope,
, specially at this
time an when we are to
review tht year's
:ourse.
They who sail
oj pntly obse r v e
al the noon hour,
on -U<- captain's
bridgp, what ir
known as "Tak-
injr the .sun." By
means of a little
instrument and a
(hart, the *un in-'
dueates, at the
moment when it reaches the meri-
dian, the exact latitude of the
hip. and tells what program it
has made. Such a course in f'g-
urative sense, is taken by not a
few on this first day of the new
year. And a proper course it is,
for is not each of us a captain, en-
trusted with a precious craft? Is
net each of us sail'ng the vast
ocean of life with a definite part
assigned? It is therefore our duty
to inquire on so significant a day
as this, what latitude has been
reached on the chart of life, what
progress has been made, what
care must be taken to escape the
Kicks and shoals ahead of us.
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There are those who are satis-
fifd .with today's "sun taking"
their sextant shows progress, that
the proper course has been adhered
to, that dangers have been safely
pass-'d.
Others there are who are east
down today. Their chart of life
shows no prog-
ress made, shows
departure from
the true course, j
shows the dan-
ger sign ahead.
They have lost I
coura g e, they!
have no hope of :
ever rcac h i n g
their goal. It is
to these that I
would speak to-
day. It is these
that I would ask.
"Whit would ye
think of the cap-
tain who, upon
discovering th it
J he has been driv-
en from h i s :
course, would let go of the helm,
would give over his ship to the j
mercy of wind and wave, and sit
down to bemoan his cruel fate? j
Some of you as well as myself
have experienced such a plight
and condition to struggle against
adversaries obstructing our path in
life.
Like a good captain, we must
rise to the emergency in all the
grandeur of the true seaman, and
seize the helm w th a firm grasp,
swing the ship to its proper course,
set the sail to the wind, and keep
its post of duty till all danger is
past.
Past failures are the strongest
reascn for future efforts. Let no
one think of discouragement, much
less speak of it, especially when
we face the beginning of a new
year. A certain artist reviewing
his painting sad to himself: "May
God forgive me that I did not do
it better." It was a noble confes-
sion of unattained ideal. What
you may deem a loss today, may
prove a blessing tomorrow. A
spirit of hopefulness or an opt-
mistic belief that things will grad-
ually improve, is essential to hap-
piness. To have not succeeded
does not mean to have failed.
Dandem's said: "In adversity man
seem himself abandoned by oth-
ers, bereft of friends; he finds
that all his hopes are centered
within himself; he rouses his soul;
he encounters his diffi ulties. and
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They alone fail who while yet
in the zenith of their power, give
up the fight after a weak attempt
at victory, lose courage after one
or more defeat-. They alone fail
who lack courage to endure the
disappointments that goes or comes
w-'th life.
Hope and Courage is a religious
duty and a blessing. Be brave and
bear up under the onslaught of
furious enemies, because truth and
justice cannot fail.
"Never yet a spoken word
But in echo it was heard;
Never was a living thought
But some magic it has wrought.
And no deed was ever done
That has died from under the
sun."
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is still hoping. The chains of tyr-
anny are not yet broken. Oppres-
sion is still raising aloft its hid-
eous head. Many of our brethren
are suffering under oppressive
laws and amidst hostile surround-
| ings. The twentieth century has
not fulf'lled its promise. But hope
and courage still abides with us.
| To some it whispers of a new Zion
and of a regenerated people on the
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Phone 2-2843
MIAMI. FLORIDA
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THE OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
OF THS
Greater Miami Jewish
Cemetery Association
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AND AFFILIATED ORGANIZATIONS
EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY
Sincere Wishes for a Year of Life. Health
and Happiness


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THE JEWISH FLOEIJIAN
FRIDAY, BEPTEMEIE

Approach To Inter-
Faith Is Adopted
(BY THE REV. EVERETT ROSS
CI.INCHY. PH. D.)
Director, The National Conference
of Jews and Christians
The past year has developed on
increase in tensions between the
various religious groups in Amer-
ica as a result both of heightened
economic tensions in the United
States and of conflicting opinioBt
h> to political events or policies
abroad. Nevertheless, the year
has brought also a significant turn
in inter-faith relations that is
gratifying to everyone interested
ii thi evolution of more civilised
human relation- in America.
Most encouraging has been the
increasingly realistic approa h to
inter faith understanding adopted
b\ Christian and Jewish leaden
Good will mean.- more than the
0 aaional fraternising of the
rabbi, pries-, and minister: it
r -iirnifi si than a good I
pilgrimage or ai inter-falth ii
! te; H far transcendi the words
of a resolution Good will it i
parlor game. It is built f
dier stuff.
After te: tivity in
field, the National Conferei
of .lews and ii con-
vinced that there i mal
among thi
it tellectus r the pi iblem*
ed tn ir
i example, ni ei
history ot ity have
i -
and deed afl
during recci t mont I
National f Jews
"nristians has been sui
ii creating lo : community tech-
niques for the moderation of ten-
sions. Personal contact.- between
the leaders of the various coups
tend to make for a more rational
and less emotional consideration of
tiroblems involved.
When the National Conference
( first founded ter. years aeo.
there were some Jews and Chris-
tiani who saw little or no point
organization. This aloof at-
titude has been discarded by every
thoughtful person wbo knows the
trom effects of non-communi-
n among European Catholics,
and Protestants. Whereas
' i good will movement may at
one time have beer nurture
01 the brotherly bj true re-
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Live Poultry & Fresh Eggs
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Ninv Yes' rreelintis in All < ll! 1
BEN AND HARRY
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6160 N. W. 27th Avenui
QREETING8
CITY AWNING CO
47:; Wed Flagler 8t.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
CORAL GABLES
MOTOR CO.
1607 PONCE DE LEON BLVD.
CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA
MILTON V FRIEDMAN
President of the Young Men's
Hebrew kaaociat ion of Miami.
deep root
ion in
alite that ant
any denomination, is simply a pre-
lude t religion in gem
Chui are realf sing that
not be-
tholici and Pi t I i
Christian and Jew, or B
. the battle i- ">
' rel gion and the
and in
f modern
fi i otnmunity of religious
loped on a con-
that is: the re-
forci work together on
' genera! interest while
individually maintaining their au-
y and distinct doctrines.
Such a trend noticeable in
unity in the formation of
thi World Council of Churches,
and Jewry has indicated a similar
I in the subject n that there
has beer, a move in this country
for the strengthening of the Syna-
gogue Council of America, the
Federation of the Reform, Conser-
Justice Not Charity
(Continued from Page 29)
who lack medicine and the poor
who an- too proud to ask for insti-
tutionalized charity. They always
were and will forever remain the
charge.- of individuals endowed
with a kind heart, for the desti
nies of these needy people are en-
trusted in the care of such high
minded people of whom King Sol-
omon sang in his immortal pro-
rerbi
There .- ; crying need today to
apply with truth and sincerity the
vative and Orthodox Groups.
With su h sentiment prevail'ng.
it it obvious!) necessary that a
feeling of good will, a desire for
..nding and a real
for cooperation should be
mimat ng sunn of the day
The contribution within the next
fen yean of the National Confer-
ence to 'he furtherance of this
trend will be in the direction of
supplying the raw matei als of
ruth.- necessary for a bettei
understanding of difference- and
the meeting ground upon which
prejudices can be resolved. Our
efforts "ill be directed towards
making America safe for differ-
ences. But our difference! must
not D4 led to the minimizing
of what We hold in common and
the task- we must work upon to-
gether.
sublime teachings of our faith
with regards to "Justful Tzdokoh
mind that orphans who are not in
asylums, Widows who receive no
aid from public agencies, the sick
1 and Righteous Giving." As the
horizon of Jew sh life is darkened
with menacing clouds, we must
emphasise over and over again the
importance of these doctrine.-,
guarding however that the people
in whose hands we entrust leader-
ship shall DC worthy of the trust.
I On the advent of the New Year,
behooves us to pray that the
voice of Just'ce should be heard,
the crash and wreck and ruin of
a civilization that totters from the
weight of its iniquities that above
the d'n aad noise of shouting dem-
agogues! should ring out clearly
the call for righteousness.
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SERVICE CO.
1781 Weal Flagler St.
.MIAMI. FLORIDA
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MUSIC CO
1600 8 W. First Street
ESTABLISHED 1928
GREETINGS
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SERVICE STATION
Hat St. and Royal Palm \\v.
MIAMI BEACH
Best W
For a Happy New Year
Dr. and Mrs.
1 bs M Tannenbaum
of
! The Bryan Park Pharmacy
Happy New Year
MR. and MBS
MANNY IIYMAN
of UK-
WASHINGTON DRUG CO
Washington Ave ;it 5tb St.
Minn.; Beach
Wishing Too
A Happy New Year
MANFRED
MANCUSI-UNGARO
Architect
SEW YEAH GREETINGS
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AND JEWELRY. INC.
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To All Jewry
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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GRASS s<>D
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PHONE : 366
To Our Many Jewish Friend'
and PatronsA Most Hipny
and Prosperous New Year
DADE COUNTY
ROOFING CO., INC.
J. C. KINSEY
JOHN H. MONTGOMERY
PHONE 4-6625
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i
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141 N li Second Av<
MIAMI. FLORIDA
GREETINGS
MR AND MRS
SAMUEL COHEN
of the
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GREETINGS
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Justice, only Justir. sf.a Th
Pursue! To the world h(J!
greatest need is Justice. ttf dj
our plea not for chanty but f0
just dealings and v.. v.. ta '
an unwilling world it- f;,., Wim
n Justice should remember that
in dealing with our own unfortu-
nates, we speak of Justice K
Charity:
HAPPY NEW YEAH
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141 N. W. Pint Court
MIAMI. FLORIDA
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x. W. THIRD .-. REET
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DAIRY PRODUCTS
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MIAMI. Klv I'.II'\
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WISHING ALL OF
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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MOTOR CO.
AND SUBSIDIARY
HURRICANE FAN CO.
66 N. W. FOURTH STREET
PHONE 1-1147
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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J. A. RICHTER
AND FAMILY
SEASON'S GREETINGS
LEE ALBERTS BEAUTY
SHOP
Phone 2-9559
155 s. K. First Stn
.MIAMI. FLORIDA
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W< Wish ii Happy New
^ ear i" all Jewish Peopli
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DO NUT, INC
Phone 2-017*1
1269 West Flagler st.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALL
OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
FRENCH BENZOL
CLEANERS
1420 S W. EIGHTH ST.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR
FIFTEENTH ROAD
MARKET
335 6. W. 15TH ROAD
MIAMI. FLORIDA
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
To Our Jewish Friends
from
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Z+ ^^ VENETIAN BLIND* I 1
OUR SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO OUR
CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
H
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WHOLESALE MEAT MARKET
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938
TH1 JIWUM FLORIDIAJf
PAGE FORTY ONE
A GLORIOUS YEAR FOR THE
R'NAI BR'ITH
(BY ELRY STONE. PRESIDENT SHOLEM LODGE, MIAMI)
The past year, has indeed been
;, glorious one for the B'nai Brith.
||i>n. Alfred M. Cohen, our national
president, has for some time been
striving to obtain real unity in Is-
rael, and tendered the good office
of this organization to th Ameri-
i an .lew'sh Congress, the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee and other
groups, in an effort to co-ordinate
I heir objectives. While he did not
train his objective before retiring
from active leadership, a short
time thereafter, such a plan was
p rfected, and we are happy to
see thai our great national organ-
-/.it ions are now originated and
that harmony now prevails. We
may be well proud of the part that
our order took in th's noble wink
The State Federation of Flor-
ida B'nai Brith Lodges is just a
old; and its membership con-
si t- of the seven lodges through-
out the State and the Ladies'
Auxiliaries; and here we have an
example of an organization based
on a solid foundation of altruism
and service. At the recent eon-
vention held at West Palm Beach,
men and women from all parts of
the State attended and gave ser-
ums thought to the many prob-
lems confronting us. Two very
important projects were agreed
upon;f'rst, the securing of a di-
rector for Student Union activi-
ties at the University of Florida
at Gainesville, and if the proper
man is obtained, not only will he
handle this work, but he will also
be In position to become a mem-
.,{ the faculty at the Univer-
sity, teaching subjects of Jewish
interest, wh'ch we hope will be
B cepted as accredited subjevts.
S'cond, the formation of a State
Anti-Defamation Committee, to
handle such problems as may
.rise. The direct leadership in
these movements has been placed
in the capable hands of members
of Sholem Lodge, and we have
every reason to feel that suc-
cess w II crown our efforts.
The local lodge has indeed en-
joyed a very successful year, at-
taining a membership of more
than 4<;0. While this alone is a
splendid achievement, we take
greater pride in the fact that the
past year has been one of great
activity and interest. Our anti-
defamation committee has inves-
tigated and handled numerous
matters of importance, with great
tact and without fan-fare, and in
many instances, corrected unpleas-
ant situations and brought about
i better feeing of fellowship. With
the careful guidance and assis-
tance of our Student Union Com-
mittee, and the local Rabbis, the
students at the University of
Miami were assisted in all their
a tivities; at the last meeting of
this lodge, the sum of $100.00
was appropriated to establish a
reference library of Jewish mat-
ters at the University.
Our social activities have helped
bring about an atmosphere of
friendship; our direct interest in
all things Jewish has shown" the
public the need for this order. No
other organization is so interested
in all phases of Jewish life and,
as it has been so aptly put, B*nai
B'rith is devoting its energy and
sfforts in safe-guarding the wel-
Hadassah To Open
Medical Center
New York. (WNS)The million
dollar medical center bui'.t In Jeru-
salem by Hadassah in cooperation
with the American Jewis'i Physi-
cians' Committee will be dedicated
during an international broadcast
to be held as part of Hadassah'a
24th annual convention in St. I.oui.;
next month, it was announced here
by Mrs. Moses P. Epstein, ni'.ion-
al president of Hadassa i. simul-
taneously with receipt of the news
that she had been elected '.he only
woman member of the board of
governors of the Hebre.v Univer-
sity, to which the medical center
will be attached.
Other new members elected to
the board at its 11th annual meet-
ing in I.ondon are Edward M. M,
fare of our people. B'nai B'rith
is life insurancehe who neglects
to join in this work is depriving
himself of much pleasure and is
neglecting his duty.
While our membership is sub-
stantial in number, it is earnestly
hoped that before another year
shall have elapsed, that we will
have on its roll, 1,000 members. In
unity there is strengthand never
in the history of the world has
there been such a great need for
unity
Warburg, replacing his father, the
lite Felix M. Warburg; Sir Philij
Hartog, English educator; and !
Red I'ffe Salaman, scientist.
CHILD PRODIGY
SHOWS ABILITY
Cambridge, Mass., (WNS)Dr.
Norbert Wiener, professor of
mathematics at Massachusetts In-
stitute of Technology since 1932.
and a generation ago one of the
most talked-of intellectual prodi-
gies in America, presented a : ew
form of calculus to the fourth In-
ternationa] congress for a
mechanics.
In a paper giving a new mathe-
matical definition of chaos whi ii
brings "utter confusion" under
man's control for the first time,
Wiener's new calculus opens ths
way for solution of the flow of
liquids in pipes and air turbulenc-
es. Wiener received his B. A. de-
gree from Tufts College in 190'J
at the age of 14 and won his I'h.
L. at Harvard when he was 18.
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THE Y. M. H. A.
IN 5698
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
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(lament in competition with fifty-
five other teams. A splendid bas-
ket-ball team is now in the making
and it is planned to have hand
ball teams, baseball teams and
numerous athletic teams to take
care not only of the adults, but of
the Junior and Juvenile as well.
Just as fast as finances permit,
that fast will facilities be expand-
To My Many Friends and
Acquaintances n Most
HAPPT AND
PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
Judge
Cecil C. Curry
Municipal Court
ed to meet the needs we know
exist.
We need much. Improvements to
the grounds, erection of tennis
courts, handball, volley ball and
basketball facilities are all needed.
A library and reading room are vi-
tal necessities.
The Y. M. H. A., and its affiliat-
ed organizations will grow. That
Is inevitable but its growth will be
accelerated or retarded by the co-
operat'on that will or will not be
extended by the general Jewish
population of Greater Miami. We
have made our mistakes. That is
human. Yet we want to avoid
them in the future. We want to
help make the Y. a place that will
mean a real community center, a
place where young and old may
gather and together work for the
future of the Jewish community.
It will be done if you will hel .
Sincere wishes for a Happy New
Year.
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TO ALL OUR
JEWISH PATRONS
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you will show with pride for
it's done right when it's
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" THE BETTER KIND"
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PHONE 2-4384
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Repair Service
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FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Tiree, Batteries and Recharging
Starter and Generator Work
Specially Equipped for Heavy
Truck Lubrication
HARPER'S
Service Station
801 N. W. Seventh Avenue
Phone 2-9735
P. C. HARPER. Prop.
i
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all our Jewish friends and
patrons sincere wishes
for
A Happy New Year
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'Serving Thousands of Satisfied Customers"
449 W. FLAGLER STREET
Phono 3-5391


PAGE FORTY-TWO
THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAlf
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER M
REACHING THE HEARTS AND
MINDS OF JEWS
(BY RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP, ORLANDO)
As another year dawns for the
Jewish people, attempts will be
made through an ancient ritual
and the call of the symbolic shofar
to reach the hearts and minds of
Jews. Rabbis will do their utmost
to prepare words of inspiration and
hope for a people almost exhaust-
ed from the buffetings of a saddis-
tic world.
The modern Jew
is placed in the
dilemma of the
Jews at the time
of the heartless
Emperor Hadrian
of Rome. A Jew
happened to pass
the emperor one
morning and with
great respect and
humility greeted
him. "Who art
(him?" demanded
the emperor. "1
am a poor Jew.
your honor," re-
plied the Jew
quietly. "11 o w
dare a miserable
Jew have the
.emer'ty to salute
the Emperor of
Rome!? Off with
his head!" When
People who hate the Jew make
up their own reasons when their
logic fails them. To express vile
cruelties on a defenseless minority
is the technique used to distract
minds from other pressing mat-
ters. When an economic system is
collapsing it is good to vent gov-
ernmental pressure on the weak
Jew who canot fight back. When
governments wish
to build up their
armame n t s in
order to get eith-
er colonies or raw
materials it is
fortunate that
there is the weak
Jew to utilize as a
icapegoat. What
short of war can
ilc done about
mch murderous
rreatur e a who
l issesa power but
ro human heart?
Some Jews have
tried de ii jring
their origin.
Some Jews have
tried assimilation
and intermar-
riage. Some Jews
have given up
every vestige of
fascination of their great heritage.
Non-Jews who have studied Jew-
ish history and Jewish culture
are astounded at the richness and
brilliance of Jewish achievement.
But Jews today lack this knowl-
edge and realization. They run to
other faiths little knowing that
these other faiths have borrowed
almost entirc-'y from Jewish sourc-
es. Jews must return to the Syn-
agogue House of Study once more
to recapture that inner strength
qnd faith which has been their
fortress through the centaries. As
an eternal people the Jews can
only conquer hatred by gaining
self-respect and achieving self-ap
nre iation. The Jews must in ad-
dtion to their mutual help and fi-
nancial assistance to other Jews,
begin to realize that once and for
all those who hate the Jew are the
human debris who eventually must
disappear from the human scene.
The record of the Jew through
th" ages is an open record. On its
varied pages we see t!i" imprint of
a people who ever have str'vcn
for justice, for peace, for brother-
hood, for character.
With a prayer of hope that the
coming year be marked by more
intense study of Jewish Writing!
and a deeper delving into the
sources of our great heritage, 1
wish my many friends a K'seevo
u'chseeme tovo.
another Jew heard of the terrible their customs, ceremonies and tra-
ditional associations. Some have
even changed the:r names and
neighborhoods to avoid detection
as stemming from the House of
Israel. Rutthe finger of Hate
has pointed them out. They were
still Jews and all efforts to deny
one's origin was in vain. Short
of suicide is there any other way
out, Yes, there is one logical step
left for the Jew. The only other
way to fight this stupid hatred is
to admit that one is a Jew and to
face the world as full fledged, in-
formed Jews. Jewish parents
must start at once reading their
Jewish history hooks. Children
must he taught to be"ome familiar
with our literature and our great
teachings. Jews must live openly
and avowedly Jewish :n as beau-
tiful and spiritual manner as pos-
sible.
fate of his fellow Jew he was
more cautious. Seeing the em-
peror one morning he deliberately
walked by him without a word of
greeting. "Who art thou?" roar-
ed the insulted sovereign. "I am
but a poor Jew, oh emperor" an-
swered the Jew. The emperor
fumed, "How dare a Jew be so
brazen as to pass by the emperor
without greeting? Off with his
head!"
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAB
FLAGLER BARBECUE
[598 W. Flagler street
m
GREETINGS
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Work, Restaurant and Hotel
Work
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SEASON'S GREETINGS
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17(10 West Flagler Street
.MIAMI, FLORIDA
If every Jew made a start this
Rosh Hashanah there would be
noted such a wave of self-respect
and such a growth of inner
strength that the Jew would face
these passing clouds of ignorance
and blinding hatred with dignity
and fortitude. This Rosh Hash-
anah could work this miracle if
only the hearts and minds of Jews
could be reached. Jews must see
that those who hate him are
wrong! History has proven this
before with Haman, Titus, Tor-
quemada and others. Jews must
become aware of the beauty and
REV. and MRS.
A GOLDEN
and FAMILY
Extend
Their Best Wishes for a
Happy, Healthy and
Prosperous New Year
to the Jewish Community of
Miami and Miami Beach in
particular, and to the House
of Israel generally
NEW YEAH
GREETINGS
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BEAUTY SALON, Inc.
lit National Hank Bldg.
Germans Opposing
Bund Participation
New York, (WNS)The Ger-
man-American Conference, repre-
senting 12 of the major German-
American groups in Greater New
York, has split with the pro-Nazi
German-American Bund and will
not co-operate with the Bund in
sponsoring the annual German Day
celebration on October 2nd. The
break was announced in a state-
ment appearing in the New York*
SEASON'S GREETINGS
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414 s. W. 22nd Avenue

MR. and MRS.
MOSES PALLOT
and FAMILY
AND
BRIDGE BAR
I 456 W. Flagler Street I
? EXTEND TO ALL ?
BEST WISHES
FOR I
| A HAPPY NEW YEAR ^
er Staats-Zeitung and Herold.
The Conference accused the Bund
of "splitting into two camps in a
critical time American citizens of
German origin,' 'asserting that
"sincere collaboration with the
German-American Volksbund was
not only impossible but was con-
stantly prevented by this group."
Bund attacks on the Conference
were denounced as "unethical,"
"un-American" and "un-German."
The Bund was excluded from the
German Day program to avo'd
"crazy claims and arrogant
threats."
The Bund replied to the confe
ence by saying the latter repre
Bented only Jewish-minded Ger-
mans of New York" and that it ha.
betrayed the German people by en-
deavoring to divide Germans in the
United States. Theodor Hoffman,
vice-chairman of the Conference
and national chairman of th Stcu-
ben Society of America, was at-
tacked by the Bund as one who
"pretend! to be a fuehrer of the
German people but is in reality r
traitor and a pet of the boycott-
Jew."
GREETINGS
TODD'S FOUNTAIN
SUPPLY CO.
.'id s. W. Eighth Street
Noted Opera Star
Will Not Appear
Paris, (WNS)Because of Ila|
anti-Jewish decrees, Natalie Bod
anskaya, soprano of the New Yon'
Metropolitan Opera, has wetM
a scheduled appearance a: u,
Venice Musical Festival Septemb.
25th. In explaining her action
Miss Bodanskaya said: "It j, dj,'
ficult for a young singer to reU
to sing for a people she loves a:
in a country so rich in vocal :n.
dition, but being a Jew 1 fw| ,
must, after news of measures the
Italian government recently ha
taken."
GREET I N G S '
BROWN'S
SUPER PAINT & BODY SHOP
COMPLETE REPAIR SERVl r
BUDGET 11. ax
.v Miami Ave., m Jth j
Pbon l-ti ii
"24 Houn of Gulf Service"
GREETINGS
DR. ROGER W. ARNOLD
221 S. W. 22nd Avenue
SEASON'S GREETINGS
SHENANDOAH
CANDY KITCHEN
")14 s. W. 22nd Ave.
season's GREETINGS
DR. VERNON P. COX
127 N. E. First Ave.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
CARL COCHEMS
Voice Builder
White Temple Church
Studio
.MIAMI, FLORIDA
GREETINGS
DR. HARRY
NEWTON CARR
Osteopathic Physician
3618 N. E. 2nd Ave. '
GREETINGS
TO MY
.JEWISH FRIENDS
CLAUDE M. BARNES
GREETINGS
MIAMI
PANTS STORE
'208 N. Miami AvenUJ
J. D. SIMONS, Pres.
WISHING ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR
YOU ARE WELCOME AT THE
ROMA
RESTAURANT
130 Northeast Second Avenue
SINCERE WISHES
FOR A
VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Charles Bauman
Bakery
251 W. Flagler Street
GREETINGS
S. M. PERKINS
Ingraham Bldg.
GREETINGS
MIAMI STOVE
EXCHANGE
Phone 2-6869
1722 West Flagler St.
Best Wishes for a
Happy New Year
JOE REISMAN
AT
MERLIN'S KOSHER MARKET
320 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
With a Full Line of the Finest
i Strictly Kosher Meats and Poultry
I


?TDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1918
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FORTY-THREE
GREETINGS
CITY HALL GARAGE
1150 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
INOLItH AND HEBREW
AafcUl Ai'-'ii'i utio my 'hi Bu.-c
HAPPY NEW YEAR
NAT KLEIN
ENNESS GARMENT CO.
Wholesale
Dresses .Suits and Coats
:} N. E. First Avenue
Miami, Florida
GREETINGS
from
JOHN MEYER
and
ASSOCIATES OF
FOUNTAIN APTS.
234 Euclid Avenue
..
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s with your fingers
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GREETINGS
C. A. BURNET
WAREHOUSE AND
TRANSFER CO., INC.
l'ii X. !:. iiih Street
m
SEASON'S GREETINGS
RITZ HOTEL
132 Fast Flaglcr Street
HAPPY NEW! YEAR
McMURRAY SNYDER
Trail Furniture Store
e Homes of Houses"
1106 S. W. 8th Street
.New year Greetings
Hill Brothers,
Inc.
Wholesale Grocers
1940 N. W. 2nd Court
PHONE 2-7687
BEST WISHES FOR .V
ii.M'i'Y nkw yi:au
MAXWELL HOUSE
DINING ROOM
Noted For Miami'* Fineit Ful
Course Dinner 50 Cents
2147 S. \V. 8th Street
PHONE 2-5922
Season's Greetings
CLEMMER'S
PHARMACY, INC.
Tliio Collins Avenue
Phone 6-1021
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Sioga
Fraternity
I.EO KOBINSON
Vice-I'residrnt of Beth Jacob
Congregation, Miami Iteach
GREETINGS
ROBBINS
WAREHOUSING
and DIST. CO.
1109 N. W. 22nd Street
Phone 2-0480
GREETINGS
MAGILL SERVICE
STATION
4500 N. W. 7th Avenue
Mil. AND MRS.
HARRY KESSER
AND FAMILY
Wish ah Their Customers, Rela-
tive* ami Friendx
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MiiiiHinniimiii iiiiiimHiiiiiiiiiiHnmiiMiiiiiiiiiiuimiMiNliiiimitiiiilMlii
GREETINGS
-Pep Dp" With an
loo Cold
TRU-FRUIT" DRINK
Tru-Fruit Distributors
. '7 X. E. 39th Street
GREETINGS
R. A. Van Kirk
REAL ESTATE
7550 Biscayne Blvd.
PHONE 7-3266
Season's Greetings
AUTO PARTS AND
SALVAGE CO.
NATHAN SALES
J702 X. \V. 27th Ave.
Phone 2-9990
SPECIAL FACILITIES TREATMENT
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Florida Fuel
Oil, Inc.
950 N. W. 73rd Street
Phone 7-1663
i
Al'PY NEW TEAR
T AMI AMI HARDWARE
COMPANY
2264 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 4-2321
GREETINGS
Western Meat
& Sausage Co.
2122 N. W. 7ili Avenue
GREETINGS
P. E. Hackney
CITY CLERK
Hialeah. Florida
I MrlUIUIIilllllfWtltMllltllllllltUlir
GREETINGS
DR. RALPH
FERGUSON
1st Xationnl Hank Bid},'.
NERVOUS
BREAKDOWN
AT APPROVED SANITARIUM
SUN-RAY PARK
HEALTH RESORT
I For Rest. Convalescents, Chronic
Cases, Arthritis, Heai t. KIdni All-
monts, Nervous Breakdown, Alcohol-
Ism, etc.
Low Summer Rates
i -. .. pi ivate Room, I >i llclous Ueals.
Physician (M. D.), Graduate Nurses,
Dietitians, Baths, Massage, Irriga-
tions, Reducing, etc.
FREE CONSULTATION PHONE
4-1659
u. i Plagler St. at 80th Court, Miami
" GREETINGS
TO OCR FRIENDS
from
MIAMI BRIDGE CLUB
GREETINGS
RENT-A-CAR
DRIVE IT YOURSELF
All Popular Cars
Telephone 3-1601
BAUMGARDNER BROS.
19 S. W. First Street
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
FOR YOUR TABLE
. \VK DE2LTVBR .
Phone 7321
GOLDBERG'S
KOSHER
MARKET
519 Clematis Street
WEST PALM BEACH
HAPPY NKW YEAR
ft!
UNIVERSITY
of
MIAMI
CORAL GABLES
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR j
3
W. A. Kirkham
KIRKHAM JEWELRY
AND OPTICAL COMPANY |
i
Shoreland Arcade
imniiiiiMiuiiimittii
IHKIlN.I'.illlllllllllNIIU
Miiimiitiii-ji
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New Year Greetings
MIAMI ICE CREAM &
DAIRY CO
CHRISTIANSEN'S
DAIRY PRODUCTS
17 X. W. Fourth Street
.Miami, Florida
Best Wishes to All
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ROSE WEISS
385 47th Street
Miami Beach
Phone 5-9638
GREETINGS TO
OCR JEWISH FRIENDS
CAPTAIN and MRS.
GEO. F. COOK
JACK EATON
Florida \\'t csiier
SERVICE STATIONS
ARNO
General Auto Repairing. Painting
and Body Work
24-Hour Wrecke r Service
Phone 4-9280 Tamlami Trail
1900 Ponce de LeonPh. 4-9244
Coral Gnbles
GREETINGS
DAVE'S POULTRY
AND EGG CO.
Live and Dressed Poultry
Fresh Eggs Exclusively
Wholesale and Retail
Phone 7-2110
4421 N. W. 7th Avenue
REST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY N KW1YEAR
"The Best Ice Cream in
Miami"
GOOD HUMOR
ICE CREAM CO.
460 S. W. 17th Avenue
Tel. 2-3731

PIG TRAIL INN
INC.
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
William Hogarth
and Son
WILLIAM
A VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
y
HERB FRINK
I
'' Where Service and Qual- j
ity Reign Supreme"
i.miilliilllilliuniilililiriimiil
* SKA soxs GREETINGS

I AND BEST .WISHES
>
FROM
GREETINGS
Chief Gywnne
North Miami
Fire Department
i
Jules Beck
Manager
La Paloma Club
JIMMIF/S
GRILLE
Bar and Liquor
Store
MIAMI : FLORIDA
STEAKS, CHOPS
SEAFtOD
Specializing in Delicious
Charcoal Broiled
NEW YORK SIRLOIN
STEAKS
Prepared and Served to
a King's Taste
ENTERTAINMENT
DANCING
OPEN ALL NIGHT
3651 S. W. 8th Street
at the Entrance
to Coral Gables


PAGE FORTY-FOUR
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
rRIDAY, BEPTEMTttp
I. KALFUS
CO., Inc.
BAKER'S SUPPLIES
2405 \. W. 2nd Avenue
Specialists in
RECONDITIONED
BAKERY
EQUIPMENT
N. ERLINGER
Miami Manager
4..lfU.....IIIIIUIIilllllHUMUHMIillMMII1M.lt
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ^
OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
EMMET'S ICE CREAM A
SHOP I
Ice Cream for all Occasions
451 West 51st St f
Miami Beach, Florida
:..:

SPECIAL
Croqutgnole
Wave $2.
$5.00 OIL
WAVE
Reduced to
$3.50
I'HOVB
2-2213
Bon-Art Beauty
Parlor
SAME PERSONNEL
201 SHORELAND BLDG.
nil Horn -.. i l.. .iv. the
50
COMPLIMENTS
of the
SEASON
S.GROVER
MORROW
Al' irney ai l.;iw
lllLTilllilhl IJlllfT.
Miami, Klorula
GREETINGS
JAMES
FLOORING CO.
Cantley Bldg.
2201 N. W. 17th Ave.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
I I !
V'-
A. C. MOORE
POULTRY MARKET
317 N. W. Fifth St.
"Get Your Poultry for the
Holidays From Us"
JL .. ..-J
ISAAC LEVIN
Second Vlce-Presidml District
No. ">. H'nai It'rith
\i u Yeai' '(reelinjjs
Donald G. Smith
Architect
I : 'orty-firsl St.
Ml A.Ml BEACH
ORBETINQS
K. M. COOK
SERVICE STATION
I'Hi INE I960
SERVICE OUR MOTTO
GREETING*
BLACK CAT BAR
"Where the Sports kJ
usic & Danc.nn If.****
B8S S. \v. B7th Avi
Packag,
ON TAMIamT'tX11
PHONE 49268
--)
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND
ACQUAINTANCES A MOST
II U'l'V AND PROSPER! lUS
NEW VKAK
MRS. IRVING L. THOMAS
POULTRY AND GOAT MILK |
501 S. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 3-3018 1
A ----------------- T HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
FRANCES
CONFECTIONERY
I5i 8. w. Jtta Btri i-t
In The Tower Theatre Corner
I'll! INK :-!M74
WE DELIVER
Season's Greeting.
Evangel Press
261 N. W. 3rd Btr*.
Est. 1930
_____PHONE 245512
+-
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND
PATRONS A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
ANDERSON FEED
AND SEED CO.
.....il .It'll -\\ I'MU.
i II 'I iNL'T UKOVK
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
A. S. Beck
Shoe Co.
2 East Flagler 8treet
+
HAPPY NEW YEAR
K ELL'S PRESS
816 H Irnnn B. Wing
Coral Gablei. Fla.Phone 4-5845
Printing la lh< Inaeparable Com-
piinlon i'f Ai hlevemenl
OREET1N08 T<' OUR
JEWISH FRIENDS
JOHNNY RISKO BUFFET
EXCHANGE HOTEL BLDG
N. E. 2nd St. Cornel ""! Ave.
JOHNNY RISKOTIM O'LEARY
SKA Si i.N s i IRKKTINCS
RIVERSIDE FISH AND
POULTRY MARKET
."1 Sii.ii h Mi.im AVI mil-
JUST ACROSS THE BRIDGE
D. H. MAYS. Prop.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Rodney Miller
Building Construction
Miami Miami Beach
Coral (.{allies
BEST wishes
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Robert R. Byers

GREETING8
ON THE NEW YKAR
Fairfax Hotel
261 E. Flagler Street
G. B. SMITH

HAPPY NEW YEAR
lames M. Forrest
")!() N. Miami A\cnue
..........I.......Hill
in...........I minium nili i
Extending t<> Our Jewish
Friends A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
American* beddingC0
LITTLE FOLKS FURNITURE
988 West Flagler St.
""""IHH..........Hit.....HimrWHMIIIIiliiBiiHMin.lmilWIW*1
SINCERE WISHES FOR
GREETINGS
MERLIE
PAPAYA PRODUCTS
Merlie Products Corp.
i 'oconul (Inn e, Fla.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
'(I
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DAVID
GOTTFRIED
MARKET
216 Seventy-First St.
Miami Beach
A HAPPY NEW VKAK
R. M. Rakestraw
REAL ESTATE
111 71st Street
Miami Beach
IHIHIHI..........
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MILLS
ROCK CO.
301 N. W. 79th Street
PHONE 7-3077
i
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y
GREETINGS
Fern Hotel
141 N. W. 1st Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
SINCERE WI8HE8
for a
HAPPY NEW YKAl;
W. L. BLOCKS
Stevedores
TAMPA, FLA.
""......fiiMiniMiM...rai
QREBTINOS
DRUCKER'S
Expert Watchmakers Jeweleri
\v. < ".i i! .i Complete U......f
Fine Luggage
u. Mm I'.uv Old llold
1053 Washington Avenue
Miami lieach
J. Kimmelman
and
Avondale Apts.
315 N. E. 2nd Avenue
WISH ALL A HAI'PV
NEW YEAB
b.....-HIHIH.,-.,............
iii'iniiniitiiti.i
GREETINGS
RED TOP CAB
& BAGGAGE CO.
7 Passenger Sedans
Sightseeing Bus
ItaKgage i hi'i kiii to Destination
44 S. W. 3rd Street
Miami Phone 3-3131
Miami Reach Phone 5-3497
BEST WISHES
ON THE NEW YEAR
Coral Way
Cleaners, Inc.
223 Coral Way
Coral Gables 4-1345
SINCERE WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
WAYNE
PUMP CO.
214 N. E. 14th Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
niiimiHiHMi......in.........,
BEST WISHKS
for :i
HAPPY NEW VKAK
Florence Seitlin
AND ASSOCIATES
Pershing Court
Apartments
311 N. E. 14th Street
BEST WISHES
fur a
HAPPY NEW YKAR
Charlie's
News Stand
1413 Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
Sincere Wishes
for a
Happy New-
Year
SINCERE WISHES
TO ALL FOR A
VERY HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YKAR
M. L.
QUALITY


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FORTY-FIVE
wJewisti FBoiriidliain
rUBUIHBD IVERT FRIDAY
P. O. Box 1911
PLANT AND OFFICES
21 8. W. Scond Avenua
Phonea 2-1141; 2-1183
J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor
FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manarar
|.utW m aaaond ctaii m.it.r July 4. 10. at tha Poat Offlea at Miami. FbrMa,
* undr Um Act of March I. lBTt.
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN
Rapraaantatlra
WEST PALM BEACH
MRS. M. SCHREBNICE
RapraaipatiTa
ORLANDO
DORIS 8. HELLER
RapraaantatiT*
TAMPA
MRS. JAT MARKOWITZ
VapraMnUtiva
SUBSCRIPTION
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938
VOLUME 11NUMBER 37
Sundown September 23th, Rosh
Hashanah services. Sermon: "What
Cannot be Taken from the Jew."
Monday, Orthodox service at
7:00 p. m.; Unity service at 10:00
a. m. to 12:00 noon; Children's ser-
vice at 10:30 a. m.
Tuesday, same as on Monday.
Rabbi Skop will preach on both
mornings.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
Registration will continue until
next Sunday. Classes include Se-
nior High, Junior High, Hillel
Class and Akiba Class, Kindergar-
ten and Confirmation. Sessions
begin at 10:00 a. m.
HEBREW SCHOOL
Beginners and advanced groups
now meeting daily. The Bar Mitz-
vah Club now has six members
who meet regularly with Cantor
Abraham Leshinsky and the Rabbi.
ADULT EDUCATION COURSES
In response to requests from
many adults and young people two
courses will be offered this year
on Wednesday nights as follows:
Survey in Jewish History7:15
p. m., by Mr. Martin Segal.
Beginners Hebrew8:00 to 8:15
p. m., by Rabbi Morris Skop.
Current Jewish Problems9:00
to 11:00 p. m., by Rabbi Skop
(Sponsored by the Youth Forum.)
LADIES AUXILIARY
The first luncheon meeting held
in the gardens of the president,
Mrs. Louis Jacob, marked the be-
ginning of a new year's work.
Committee reports were made in-
d'cating the enrollment of many
new members. Resolutions were
passed to join the newly formed
Jewish Community Council and to
provide partitions for the Relig-
ious and Hebrew Schools.
(Continued on Page 46)
Responsibility
There was a time when the very surroundings on the eve of
Rosh Hashono bought a feeling of awe. ... a sense of respon-
sibility felt at no other time during the entire year. yes, a
sense of personal responsibility produced by a sound introspec-
tion of one's own acts. ... a sort of taking stock of one's self,
not for the purpose of overrating ourselves, but because of a
keen, heartfelt desire to really find out what we were and above
all who we were.
This feeling' of awe, this sense of responsibility seems to be
passing out. Today it's just getting over the Holidays and even
reckoning the loss one might sustain in business because of
keeping closed one or two days of Rosh Hashono. and the
day of Yom Kippur. No personal responsibility. No thought
of taking stock, in the least. just the idea of paying a debt
to God by the cosiest method and means possible. and that
is going to Shul a couple of hours, taking everything into con-
sideration except the spiritual during these several hours, and
then feeling that his debt had been completely discharged. _
We wonder if the Jew today realizes that his religion is one
of personal responsibility. ... we have no system of offering
sacrifices to appease the wrath of one higher up. we have
no method of paying Jo a priest or Church and receiving abso-
lution for our transgressions. .
How many know the definite rule that for one's wrongs
to his fellow men, none but the wronged one can grant forgiv-
ness.....how many know that the sins of omission are often
more grievous than the sins of commission. How many of us
realize the responsibility that is ours not to the individual but
to the community as a whole-------how many of us will realize
that this sense of personal responsibility has been one of the
prime and major causes of our being in existence even today
.... how many know that comprises when they are matters
of principles are not the proper recognition of the personal
responsibility that is ours.
Let us hope that, on this Rosh Hashono the sense of personal
responsibility that should rightfully be ours if we are to live as
J ws. will be fullv understood and realized.
RABBI AND MRS.
DAVID L. ZIELONKA
and SON
Wish for all Jewry, and par-
ticularly the members and
worshippers of
CONG. SCHAARAI ZEDEK
Tampa, Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
t111111i i m i 11 11iir j irt
Rabbi and Mrs.
Max Shapiro
DAUGHTER and SON
Wish for all Jewry, and par-
ticularly the members and of-
ficers of Beth David Congre-
gation, a
H VI'PY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
............umuliHlliwlli
RABBI AND MRS.
MOSES MESCHELOFF
and DAUGHTER
RENAH RAHEL
Wish for all Jewry and par-
ticularly the members and of-
ficers of Beth Jacob Congre-
gation, Miami Beach, a
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
"""......immiiiiiiiitHiiimmiaiiiNiiim.....i............
iiiiMiiiiHiir
RABBI and MRS.
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER
and SON
HAROLD NATHAN
Extend to all Jewry, and par
ticularly the officers and
members of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation and
its Ladies' Auxiliary, sincere
and heartfelt wishes for
A HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
Miiiiiimiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
RABBI DR. and MRS.
JACOB H. KAPLAN
o o o
Extend to all Jewry and
particularly the members of
TEMPLE ISRAEL
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS [
NEW YEAR
ntaiiMiim
iimiiiMiumuiniti
BEST WISHES
FOR A HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
!
John R. Beacham
Harvey Bldg,
West Palm Beach, Fla.
RABBI and MRS.
ALEX S. KLEINFELD
Wish for all Jewry, and par-
ticularly the members and
worshippers of
LAUDERDALE HEBREW
CONGREGATION
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
RABBI
COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
Extends to all Jewry and
particularly the members of
TEMPLE ISRAEL
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
| HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS j
NEW YEAR
Rabbi and Mrs.
Morris A. Skop
and DAUGHTER
EXTEND
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO THE
Officers and Members of
CONG. OHEV SHOLOM
Orlando, Florida
and to Jewry at Large
i 4
Rabbi
Adolph Burger
Wishes the officers, members
and worshippers of Cong.
Rodoph Sholom, Tampa, Fla.,
and the Jews of Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Best wishes for a
Happy and Prosperous
NEW YEAR.....
A HAPPY NEW YEAR .
LFAR
.i:ry co.
456 FLAMINGO DRIVEWEST WALM BEACH
Acidophilus Milk and Homogenized Vitamin D. MilkPerfectly
Pasteurized MilkSweet CreamButtermilkCottage Cheese
Salt and Sweet ButterFresh Florida Eggs
Ice Cream and Fancy Molds
SOLE DISTRIBUTORS
PENNOCK CERTIFIED MILK
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
"DON'T TOLERATE EXTERMINATE"
PALM BEACH EXTERMINATING CO.
PHONE 8695
General Exterminating Services Hotel and Janitor Supplies
7 NORTHWOOD ARCADE---------WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
SINCERE WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME
INC.
1201 South Olive Avenue Phones 51725173
WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
FLORIDA RETREADING CO.
We Carry All Sizes Retreads and Used Tires
All Retreads GuaranteedFull Circle
2208 Florida Avenue
WAL1 Y ANDERSON
Telephone 2208
C. M. SAULS
JOHN S. RHODES, INC.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
St. Petersburg, Fla.
Wisli All Their Jewish Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR



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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
i ( out inui'il from Ptffl 45)
RABBI AM) MRS. SKOP IN
NEW RESIDENCE
Announcement has been made
this week that Rabbi and Mrs.
Skop and their growing daughter.
Shirah Rinah, are now established
in their new residence at 420 An-
derson Court, where they will be
pleased to welcome all members
and friends.
B'NAl IVRITH
The local Lodge 1043 is progres-
sing and increasing its member-
ship from week to week. Unusual
programs have been arranged in-
cluding the recently held Fathers
and Sons Night. At the next
meeting the degree team will ini-
tiate some ten new members. The
lodge appropriated fifty dollars to
purchase and have made up with
insignia degree team robes in blue
and white. Members of the de-
cree team under the direct'on of
Mr. Haimowitz are Martin Segal,
Morris Labellman, Sam Michelson,
Norman Nagle and Herbert Tal-
isman.
YOUNG folks GET-TOGether
Upon invitation of Rabbi and
Mrs. Skop all young, unmarried
folk were invited to a social get-
together at their home last Wed-
nesday. The fine response and
program launched the year for
both the Stag Club and the Doe
Club comprised of young men and
women of the Jewish Community.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FORTY-SEVEN
ONE MOKE COLONY RISES
Top: General view if con::tructi<:n as Maalth lla'C'hamisha, a new
agricultural settlement in tribute to the memory of the five heroes
who lost their liv Below: Among those present .... Abraham Harzfelt, well-known
Palestinian labor l.der, under whose guidance the establishment
of Maalth Ha'( hamisha proceeded. Joseph Baratz of Degania, Mrs.
Rom Halpern. former President of Hadassah. the Women's Zionist
Organization of America, the settlers, ghaffirim, journalists.
JACKSONVILLE
Notes
Plans for the observance of the
Iliirh Holy Days, beginning Sun-
day night, September 2r>th, have
been completed by the religions
committee of the Jacksonville
Jewish (Renter, of which Simon
Selber is chairman. New Year's
services will be conducted on both
lays of Rosh Hashinah and on the
Hiy of Atonement by Rabbis Mor-
ns I). Margolis, n 0) main syna-
gogue. Assisting Rabbi Margolis
"ill be Ja'ob I.apinsky, the Rev.
Baiter, The men's choir, which
will lead the congregat'onal sing-
ing, will be composed of the fol-
lowing: Meyer Leibovitz, Raymond
' "hen, Herbert Talisman, Joseph
Mizrahi, Melvin Margol, Irving
Slott, Arthur Talisman, Morr's
Nimovits and .1. S. Gallinger.
An additional service will be held
in th-- auditorium of the Center,
and will 1) conducted by the Rev.
I enjam'n Safer, assisted by the
Rev, Joseph Robin.
The Junior Congregation, con-
sisting of pupils of the Hebrew
School and Sunday School will
have separate services in the Pray-
er Room under the supervision of
Morris N'movitz.
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The Daughters of Israel opening
luncheon and opening meting of
the organization was held in the
auditorium of the Jacksonville
Jewish Center last Wednesday af-
ternoon. Mrs. Ben Chepenik, new-
ly ele ted prescient, conducted the
meeting. Working on the commit-
t?e with Mrs. Moskovitz was Mrs.
.1. Weinstein, Mrs. 0. Magezis,
Mrs. I. Gartner, Mrs. Max Isaacs,
Mrs. A. Falis, Miss Ethel Joel.
Mrs. M. Wexler, Mrs. M. Hammer
man, Mrs. G. Levin, Mrs. P. Haim-
ow'tz, Mrs. A. Rippa and Mrs. Sam
Gamce.
Morris Moscovitz is convalescing
:n St. Vincent's Hospital after a
week's illness. Mr. Moscovitz and
his wife celebrated their silver
wedding anniversary last Sunday.
. NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
J. Aron Abbott
Sevbold
Bldg.
NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE
(BY LOUIS J. MOSS)
PRESIDENT, UNITED SYNAGOGUE CF AMERICA
A definite cycle of time has
elapsed which for the Jew denotes
the passing of another year. The
passing of the old year and the
beginning of a new one has a much
deeper significance for him than
the mere lapse of t'me. It is an
event of deep religious meaning.
For those who sense it, it is an
occasion for meditation, reflection
and prayer for divine gu'danee.
Th" year now drawing to a close
was not a very happy one for the
lev. It commenced with un er-
tainty and unrest in many quar-
tan of th" globe. I:i Palestine,
the situation was complex and dis-
j turning. In Germany, the forces
of persecution remained unabated.
Poland and Roumania were the
scenes of much misery and dis-
In the latter part of th"
year, the Austr'an adventure ad-
ded to his long train of suffering,
and in that stricken land the Jew
f'nds himself worse off. if such a
thing is possible, than even in th"
father land of persecution. New-
cruelties, new humiliations and
new forms of persecution are be-
ing devised there, as though the
Austr'an perpetrators were bent
upon showing up the amateuirsh-
ness of their preceptors in Ger-
many.
Only recently, Italy which UU tr>
the present, fervently disavowed
religious and racial discriminat'on,
has succumbed to the infection of
the Nazi virus, and that land vies
; with Germany for supremacy
the field of persecution. In Pales-
tine, the terrorism of the Arab.
cast! a shadow over the peacefu
development of that land, s'ovinjr
up its normal growth and adiing
immeasurably to the natural bur-
dens which th- Jew unwil'.'ngly
assume I in its up-building.
While the perse at ion <>f the
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
N. F. T. S. TO PRESENT BROADCAST
OF HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
Cincinnati -Jewish High Holiday
services will be heard from coast-
to-coast this year on two radio
broadcasts arranged by th" Nat-
ional Federation of Temple Sister
hoods, world's largest Jewish wo-
men's religious organisation.
This is the third year that N. F.
T. S. has used radio to make High
Holyday servi cs available to shut-
ins and others who are unable I"
attend the synagogue. This year,
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
services will be heard on the net-
work of the Mutual Broadcasting
System, which comprises '.''' sta-
tions from eoast to coast, from
10:30 to 11:00 a. m., Eastern Stan-
dard Time, on Monday, September
2Gth and Wednesday October ">th,
respectively.
The national broadcast on each
holyday will be preceded by a
special broadcast of the same pro-
gram over the powerful transmit-
ter of Rad'o Station \VI,W. Cin-
cinnati (70 kilocycles.) and will be
carried to the rest of the world by
short wave over Station W8XAL
(6060 kilocycles.! This special
broadcast will be beard from 10:00
to 10:80 a. m.. September 26tb
and o.tui.cr 5th.
Rabbi Louis I. Egelson, Assis-
tant Director <>f Synagogue and
s.hool Extension of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
Will read the prayers on Rosh
Hashanah, and Dr. Julian Morgen-
stern, president of the Hebrew
Union College In ("ninnatti, in-
ternationally hnown Bible scholar
and Jewish leader, will conduct
the services of the Union Prayer
Book.
The musical responses and tra-
ditional hymns will be rendered by
two noted solo'sts and a trained
choir. The musical program is
under the direction of Miss I>eah
Fred of Cincinnati, while the
broadcast as a whole has been ar-
ranged by Miss Jane Evans, Exe-
cutive Director of the National
Federation of Temple Sisterhoods.
M. B. PRANK
President of Beth Jacob Congre-
nation, vice-president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
Association and prominent com-
munal worker.
NEW YEAR'S
MESSAGE
(Continued from Page 47)
Jew seems general and wide-
spread, it is not of a spontaneous
nature. It is well known that its
inspiration derives from Germany
from those in that benighted
land who for the time being are
the arbitrary masters of its des-
tiny.
Jews are not the only ones who
suffer from Nazi theory and prac-
ticethey are its most direct vic-
tims. The seething unsettlement
everywhere is attributable to Naz-
idom and its machinations. The
apparent strength of Germany in
world politics is not due to the
free acceptance of any of its doc-
trines, but to the constant threat
of force which thai country knows
well how to employ. The reluc-
tance of peacefully-inclined peo-
ples to resort to armed battle has
won for Nazi Germany victories
which neither iu prowess nor its
achievements entitle it to. The
forces of evil, we know, are some-
times temporarily victorious, and
now and then even a battle, but
in the end. they are doomed to de-
feat.
The present, therefore, is ex-
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found a settlement that had been their dream for so long.
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months the Chalutzim had to contend not only with the long-neg-
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but n is not without hope. The
moral forces of the world cannot
remain inert forever, and while
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jMi iis they do not clothe them-
selves iii martial garb, in due time,
we may be sure, they will mani-
fest and assert themselves.
In times of great crises, the Jew
was always sustained by hope. He
had also boundless faith ;n the
moral purposes which runs thru
the ages, so, as this New Year un-
fold-, the watchword should be
Hope and Faith. Undaunted, the
Jew must cling tenaciously to his
cherished ideals, finding aolace
an<] comfort in the knowledge that
natfons, no more than individuals,
can long survive ([.'liberate wrongs
and cruel purposes.
On this solemn day of the New
Year, when we are assembled in
holy convocation, let us give
thanks that there are lands on
this earth, free from bigotry and
23^1938
prejudice, and that there a
tions, among them our own
which the card'nal principles' If
decency, justice and righteoU*n
remain unimpaired. May the Nn
Year bring to the Jews of th
world and to all mankind, the
olessings of bounty, peace' and
happiness!
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FOB A
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NEW YEAB
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rvTDAY. MPTIMBHL M. It38
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
I WRITE AS
I PLEASE
It seems but just a moment ago
when we were about to enter the
(synagogue for the Rosh Hashanah
services ushering in the fateful
year, 5698, and yet a year is about
to pass into history. And what a
year. We too, travel. faster
p< rhaps than even the speed rec-
ord making autos across'the flats
of the salt lakes of Utah. but
what footprints do we leave on the
sands of time.
We're in a rush. we can't
wait. time is fleeting.....
(oiiie, if you will and we'll make
a fast trip through the dot on the
map called Greater Miami and
perhaps if we can f'nd a bit of
time to spare, to try and see the
real "f Florida. .
Not the physical Miami, not the
land of sunshine and sea, of palm
and bathing beauties, of race
tracks, soft ball, or other athletic
contests, but the Jewish Miami, In-
corporeal as that may be.
What of the Synagogues.....
for after all they should be the
backbone of everything. have
they been? Financially perhaps
they have improved. but what
of the spiritual renaissance that
we were promised. alas and
alack. with tne exception of
B sparsely attended Fr.'day night
servi e here and there. during
the winter months attended not by
who live here continually
but by those who come to spend
their time amidst the warmth and
delights of nature. having no
where else to go. what of the
youth? a rather impertinent ques-
ton? What of the youth? What
of the Talmud Torahs you hear so
much about and for which card
parties, dances, bingos. everything
is held. what a wonderful ex-
cuse for the raising of funds. .
but what of real results. ... so
PAGE FORTY NINE
ethereal. something that
can't see. s
we
ome even say it's
non-existent.....
What about Palestine. the
land of our forefathers. where
the weary refugee and the Chalu-
tzim and Chalutzos may f'nd a
haven of rest. insecure though
that rest may be. .its Greater
Miami Zionist District. alas
and alack. in a sleep so deep
that even a hurricane could not
awaken it. who's to blame___
what good would that do?
Ethics in conduct. forgotten
in the zeal of their endeavors by
those who profess to preach it. .
disregarded even by those who pro-
fess to lead. whether it be in
the field of business or elsewhere
. eth'es. a word here and
there. known only in theory
. forgotten when convenience
requires it. .
Character building institutions
. so much is promised ... so
much is pledged by those who
should be able to produce. yet
. the body is above all else. .
character. what a splendid
word. so en.iobling. so en-
ever it's the usual, the ordi-
nary thing. .
Charity. so beautiful a word
. the very thought charms one
. ... but what do we do actually
'. criticize certainly .
contribute ... of course not. ..
Federation splendid but let
the other fellow do it. ours,
perhaps to condemn. let it be
justice not charity. and justice
is so blind. so, so far away....
Community work. joint ef
forts. let the other fellow do
it. he has had so much more
experience. ... he knows better
than I do. heln. oh, he can
get along without me. .
We too, travel ... a bit fast,
bu; such is life.
We need
eve of a
Lets take it easy now.
the rest Let us on the
year so full of trouble and travail
for the Jewish people throughout
place to enjoy, not from the phy-
sical viewpoint but from the view-
point that is so unfamiliar to many
of us. the Jewish viewpoint,
the entire world, pause a moment
or two. Let us stop and see in
ervating ... the greatest thought [ the few moments we are privileged
SINCERE WISHES TO ALL
OUR RELATIVES AND
FRIENDS FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. AND MRS.
George Chertkof
and idea we can prate about.
what do we do about it. talk | to make this just a little better
. talk and again talk......| Let us resolve to join a syna-
mayhap the New Year will change j gogue so that from the great mass
it all. blame none what- j of Jewry those who are fitted may
be permitted to help in furthering
that cause which is our very "tree
of life" ... let us cast aside the
sham Talmud Torah stories that
we have been fed with in the past
and as true disciples of the "peo-
ple of the book" pftch in both ma
terially and spiritually and lend
our every effort so that we may
give our children the heritage that
is rightfully theirs. let us es-
tablish a unified Board of Educ-
tion. let us raise funds for a
competent staff of teachers so that
our boys and girls may really
learn. so that when their time
comes, they too may lead. .
Let us join the Y., and other
institutions that should be charac-
ter bu'lding. let us stop to
merely criticize, though Heaven
knows it 's needed, and if neces-
sary, force our way to the front
so that an institution may accom-
plish its goal. true we need a
healthy body. but that physi al
body has not been the ma'nstay
of our people. let us inculcate
the healthy mind in the healthy
body. let us not become the
He'.enists of old.
Let us make of Zion not some
to live just what we really can do thing tiiat is purely abstract. .
not something that we recite in the
prayer book or read of as a place
where Arabs murder Jews. let
us help rebuild Palestine, not
unccmcnl
thout notice
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merely by prayer but by concrete
contr'butions. let us make the
Greater Miami Zionist District
that which it should rightfully bo
. a vital, pulsating factor in
the 1'fe of a real community. .
make the changes needed but do
the work ... let Zion be real not
symbolical in Greater Miami.
Help the refugees. take care
of the thousands of children
thrown out upon an unsympathetic
world help the Council of
Jewish Women in its field, and
Hadassah 'n its noble undertak-
ing. there's room for both. ..
jealousy, dislike of leaders ....
currying of favors should be cast
aside. something greater is at
stake.
B'nai B'rith. a ray of sun-
shine in yimething otherw'se drab
. a spiritual leader to the con-
trary, notwithstanding .......
B'nai B'rith has set the pace in
this area. ft has quietly united
every faction of Jewry, if such
there be, into a common union of
understanding and mutual agree-
ment. laugh if you will.....
and we wish we could. Anti-
Semitism does exist and it must
be taken care of. where, oh
where, will you turn if not to
B'nai B'rith. you who are so
clever. you who decline to join
and find fault with the Lodge in
this work. what have you to
offer? Yes. perhaps you will
admit that it has been your only
source for support when this antr-
defamation question has arisen...
it has been your only source for
support in your attempts to help
the resident and non-resident stu-
dents at your various 'nstitutions
of higher learning, not alone in
.Miami but throughout the state as
well. provide a better substi-
tute, if you can. but you can't
. be men. be Jews. .join
this active body of men who serve
.... serve themselves and serve
you. serv'ce as a motto in ev-
ery phase of Jewish life.
Federation. stop this indis-
criminate schnorring. unite in
(Continued on I'age 56)
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fKIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 138
THE JEWIIH FLOUDIAH
Chamberlain Apes
Jewish Minister
London, ish Prime Minister who went to
Berlin on a peace mission was
England's only Jewish Prime Min-
ister, Lord Beaconsfield (Benja-
min Disraeli,) political observers
here recalled when Pr'me Minister
Chamberlain flew to Germany to
meet Chancellor Hitler in a face
to face talk regarding the Europ-
ean war crisis.
It was in 1878, just 60 years ago,
that Disraeli went to Berlin to
conclude peace between Russia and
Turkey at the famous Berlin Con-
gress. D'sraeli's firmness was
credited with bringing an end to
the war. At one point during the
congress, Disraeli ordered his train
made ready for the return to Lon-
don. Prince Bismarck was so im-
pressed by Disiae'i's strong stand,
that he su-ceeded in winning over
the Russians and thus paved the
way to peace.
PAGE FIFTY-ONE
Magistrate Bernard Mogilesky re-
leased two Jews accused of selling
tickets after they promised to sell
no more and to refund the money
already collected.
The two men, Isadore Blutter
and Samuel Dick, were arrested
on the compla'nt of Sam Paperle,
president of the Inwood Hebrew
Concregation, who acted under
th law which forbids the sale of
tickets for religious services pur-
porting to be in accordance with
the precepts of any recognized
fa'th, save by representatives of
a religious association or corpora-
tion. The defendants had no au-
thorization to act for any syna-
gogue.
CROWN PRINCE
IN OPPOSITION
Law Has Halted
"Mushroom" Body
New York, (WNS)Ticket-sell-
ing for a Washington Heights
mushroom" synagogue's High
Holy Day services was halted when
Rome, (WNS)Bitterly attack-
ing what it calls "honorary Jews,"
the Regime Fasc'sta, most vio-
lently anti-Semitic paper in Italy,
admits with ill-concealed anger
that many highly-placed Fascists
are opposed to Italy's anti-Jewish
program.
The Regme Fascista hints that
those who defend the Jews are
storing up trouble for themselves.
At the same time it was reported
that Crown Prince Humbert, a
well-known friend of the Jews, had
Disease of Intolerance Creates Counter
Forces of Goodwill
(BY ROGER W. STRAUS)
(Co-Cha'rman, National Conference of Jews and Christians)
PROF. JOSEPH WEIL
who was named dean of engi-
neering at the University of
Florida this vear.
FAMILY TREE OF ANTI-SEMITISM
(Continued from Page 54)
Hate the Jews, and the future will
unfold brighter than ever before.
I'd you. German bus'ness man, dis-
like the rough and tumble of high
pressure high-finance business?
Ki'l the Jews, and your ledgers
will flow with black ink. Do you,
German worker, and you, German
hausfrau? It's so easy, so pas-
sionate. A baby can understand
it. Why dig for nonexstent facts
like the learned professor of Pra-
gue? No one can refute an emo-
tion.
In Poland, in Roumania, in Italy
now also, and to a slight extent in
America, the would-be Hitlers fol-
low zealously in the technique. Is
there poverty in Poland? Destroy
it. Poles, by beating Jews! Is there
graft in Roumania? Destroy it,
Roumanians by putting the Jews
in their places! Is the wheat crop
poor in Italy? Fert'lize it, Ital-
ians, with Jew-hatred! Does the
National Labor Relations B.iard
lean toward the C. I. O. Cry
lews" and perhaps the shepherds
w II come.
These are the new branches of
anti-Semitism's family tree. Its
roots dig deep into the flcshpots
of Kgypt. where Ap'on ranted
against these strange creatures
who believed in a single invisible
God. Its trunk is shaggy with the
wars of th:> Dark Ages, when
heathens and heretics and Jews
lived in terror of their lives. Its
branches are clouded in the mystic
stupidity of the Eisenmenger-Roh-
ling Talmudie scholars whose spec-
tacles distorted truth to falsehood.
And its fruit 's the bitter fruit of
presentday emotional anti-Semit-
ism. In one part of the world this
fruit is called, pompously, Nation-
al Socialism; in another, Endek-
ism; and in other lands, other
names. Its outward appearance
may occasionally be all to appetiz-
ing. But to those who have tast-
ed of it. this fruit has demonstrat-
ed that it is rotten to the core.
a private audience with Pope Pius
at which the heir to the throne re-
vealed his deep-seated opposition
to the government's anti-Jewish
program. It is also reported that
Marshall Balbo has protested to
Mussolini against the anti-Semitic
policy.
Meanwhile, 200 Jews have been
expelled from Tr'este in anticipa-
tion of II Duce's forthcoming visit.
Mario Donati, Jewish professor of
Turin, has resigned as president
of the consortium for the construc-
tion of university hospitals and
clinics.
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Another year's gone and when
you are past 50 you think of the
years as winds rushing; by. Yes-
terday your children were infants
and yesterday it was a happier
world. People thought of wars
as the sad events of remote history
and that progress was inevitable
and that savagery was only the ex-
pression of #.borigines in the few
dark- places that were left in the
world; only yesterday when your
ch'ldren were infants.
Yes, here are some of their in-
fantile garments left over, and
their crib and the go-cart. Some-
time you dream about them in the
night and, strangely, you dream of
them always as babies. You are
wheeling them in the go-cart again
or you are running up stairs to
shut the window because it is rain-
ing and the rain may fall on the
sleeping child in the crib.
Then you wake up and realize
poignantly that the ch'ldren are all
grown up and getting married and
going their own ways. But you
are grateful for the brief moment
when you caught up with yester-
day and brought it back for the
little while.
You lie there and try to recap-
ture yesterday which you hail for
the short interval of a dream.
Only yesterday: People wit.1 sun1
that tomorrow was ging to be
better, for they said progress \va-
like everlasting rivers that never
turn back on their courses. Pro-
gress was advancing with stead}
footsteps toward the mountain top.
People saw a dazzling light on the
mountain top and each called it
whatever his vision told him. Some
said it was the light of everlasting
peace to which mankind was as-
cending, and others sad it was in-
justice, or a good society, or plenty
for all, or the new, luminous spirit
of man.
This was only yesterday.
Only yesterday. It was the
time of the war. But it was said
that the war was another step in
the progressthe travail toward
the mountain topto liberty, dem-
ocracy, justice, a better world to
live in. You were wheeling your
youngest child in the go-cart then
and you said. All this is to make
the world safe for him and all his
generation and the generations to
tome after him.
The dead were coming home
from the battlefields and you knew
some of them and on the evenings
after their funerals you went to
their parents' houses to say kad-
dish. On your lips you said, "Yis-
iradal. veyiskadash" and in your
heart you added, O Lord God, let
it be true that this child perished
for the sake of a better world. Al
ready you were beset by vague
doubts and the good vision of a
better world was no longer so
bright in your eyes.
Only yesterday: It was good for
.lews almost everywhere. Po-
groms in Russia, but there was
sanctuary in the world for Russian
lews. In Russia alone it was dark
for Jews. When you visited New
York you went sentimentally to
the acquarium on the Battery and
let your feet step fondly over its
threshhold; for the aquarium used
to be Castle Garden where your
father landed. This way his tim-
orous footsteps had entered the
new work and had gone to make
the good life that you had.
Yes, the dark time of the Jews
seemed over, except for the Rus-
sian incident. Outside of that the
only anti-Semitism you knew about
was the prejudice against taking
Jews into country clubs; that was
all right, you said. You didn't ex-
pect to be loved socially by every-
body and you yourself didn't mix
with everybody either.
Thank God, you said, economic
opportunity was equal for every-
body and that was equality enough.
The world was not yet getting
crowded and there was plenty of
room. The children of people you
knew were ris!ng to bright places
in the world; it was never said to
them, "You are Jewish and we
don't want you because you arc
Jewish."
Only yesterday: You thought
you were forever set beyond all
fear of want. How marvelously
people were getting rich almost
over night and building big houses
that were almost magical, consid-
ering that they started almost from
nothing. And you yourself had
much cause to be grateful for ev-
erything that was befalling you.
In five years more you would re-
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at all on the firm earth. Nothing
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the dreadful time when people
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body was sure of that, sure of the
continuity of social progress, sure
that the end of poverty was in
sight; the end of poverty seemed
no farther away than tomorrow in
1!>2'..
This would all be good for Jews
on whom special pain is inflicted
in the times when the world is
poor. When there was plenty for
everybody there would be justice
for the Jew.
This was about the time when
the children were growing into
long pants. Thank God, you said,
they will be entering as men into
a brave, new world. Everything
would be good for them.
You muse upon these things and
shut your eyes in the hope of
dreaming again and capturing to-
morrow, as you did for the while
of the brief dream in which you
ran upstairs to close the window
lest the rain pour in on the baby
in the crib.
But the magic is over and today
and tomorrow keep beating against
your mind like ominous seas.
Today: What news today? You
must be getting up and read the
morning paper. What tr a g i c
news? Everybody brings tragic
news from the world. Children
shattered by bombs. Another
slaughter in Barcelona. a thou-
sand more butchered in Canton. ..
People in the breadlines. Hit-
ler! What new humiliation
has he inflicted on Jews today? .. .
The righteous perish but he lives
. O God.
Tomorrow: What has tomorrow?
What new pains? But you've
read of tomorrows that were like
dawns after long darknesses, of
the arrogant being reduced to the
humility of dust, of the meek in-
heriting their portion, of justice
giving gleams like starlight in the
night.
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The Pope's message said: "Anti-
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raiDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIFTY-THREE
FAMILY TREE OF ANTI-SEMITISM
TRACING THE ANCESTRY OF MODERN JEW-BAITING
(BY DAVID BERNSTEIN)
Anti-Semitism in all its forms
and manifestations made uprece-
dented strides during 5 6 9 8,
sweeping over countries that had
never before known it. Here Mr.
Bernstein examines the geneal-
ogy of anti-Semitism, going back
to the 17th century in this uni
que and fascinating analysis of
the family tree of Jew-hatred.
THE EDITOR.
It was a passing incident, as I
recall itsomething that happens
I,, you, makes an impression for
a while, and then is half-forgotten
for the rest of your life. Some-
th'ng that might have happened to
anyone. And yet, like so many
such incidents, it stays with you
because it has a certain symbol-
ism. I was nine years old at the
time, and my mother and I were
coming home from France. We
got on the boat at Cherbourg, a
hit unfriendly English liner. There'
were a lot of other passengers
coming up the stairway from the
tender, and then breaking into
little unfamiliar groups. There
was a group standing right near
my mother and me. They were
Russians, and there was a little
ir'rl there not much older than my-
self. I was talking to my mother.
And my mother answered. Then,
in the lull, we heard someone
among the Russians talking to the
girl. My mother smiled.
"They were asking the little girl
whether she wouldn't like to speak
Kngl'sh as well ns you do," my
mother said, rather flattered. Then
she stopped to cntch the girl's re-
ply, and her smile abruptly van-
ished.
"What did she say?" I asked.
"Quick, what did she say?"
And my mother told me, She
said. 'Not if he's a sheeny!'"
That was the whole incident.
There was nothing more. Except
the fact that that was the only
crossing which, for some reason, I
didn't enjoy at all.
Probably every Jew has had an
experience of that kind. It really
isn't too important. But somehow
I have remembered it. There was
this child, not yet ten years old,
a pretty little girl whose face was
fresh and wholesome, yet whose
mouth was filled with venom and
meanness. She hadn't been bom
with her hatred for "sheenies." No
child is born with any hatred. Yet
now she was instilled with a big-
gotry which she would never out-
live. Why? Why should anyone
have this blind senseless hatred for
individuals whom they have never
seen before, will never see again?
Why, for example, should an Adolf
Hitler have taken to Jew-hatred
enna?. Surely in the home of the
late Herr Schuklgruber there can-
not have been much talk of "inter-
national Jewry" and the "Proto-
cols of the Elders of Zion." No,
this kind of hatredas are all
hatredswas contracted, like a di-
sease, seeping noiselessly into the
unsuspecting hearts of men. Once
taught by a stern church, it had
by the middle of the nineteenth
century lost its strictly religious
aspect in the more civilized coun-
tries. People no longer hated the
lews because "they killed Christ."
The Age of Science had dawned,
Mid men asked scientific bases for
their emotions. The Pfefferkorns
had become outmoded, and the Ei-
senmengers began their work.
We shall not discuss here the
reasons why anti-Semitism exists.
Rather, we are discussing the men
whose rat'onalizations were the
foundations for the flimsy frame-
work of Jew-baiting. And Eisen-
menger is a good man to begin
with. This man Eisenmenger was
an Orientalist, a Heidelberg pro-
fessor, of whom the Hitlerized un-
iversity would be proud today. He
lived at the time the 1600's were
rapidly becoming the 1700's, and
his most famous book, "Jewry Un-
masked" (Entdecktes Judentum,)
appeared in the year 1700. It was
one of the first supposedly learned
books to appear in German rather
than I.atin, for Eisenmenger had
an idea the general public would
enjoy the spectacle of unmasking
Jewry. The spectacle itself was a
weird conglomeration of pseudo-
science and downright lies. It set
the tone for the anti-Jewish trash
that is now so prevalent in the
eood profesor's "Aryan"homeland.
He talked about ritual murder, and
poisoning of wells, and Jewish
hatred for Christianity reaching
such a point that Jews were in-
structed to kill their Christian
neighbors.
The unmasking of Juda i s nj
might well have been forgotten,
drifting into limbo along with the
tracts published in England, con-
cerning the Popish Plot and the
various treatises on the perfidy of
witches. But Herr Eisenmenger's
researches continued to satisfy a
desire which had no need for Pop-
ish or witch scares. And Entdeck-
tes Judentum appeared in a new
edition in 1893, the Bible of the
anti-Semites. This book was the
basis of one particular type of an-
ti-Jewish rationalizing. For Eis-
enmenger and his hordes of imita-
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the Jews' own mouths, how horrible
they were. Look! they cried, it
says in the Talmud that the Jews
are allowed, if not nstrueted, to
kill Christians. Or they can as-
sault Gentile women. Or they can
collect usurious interest from Gen-
tile borrowers. And so on. In
Poland and Russia, as well as in
the German-speaking lands, this
type of Jew-baiting rationalization
became popular. In Russia, it
reached a climax with the forging
of an eerie manuscript which was
given the magniloquent title: "The
Protocols of the Wise Men of
Z'on." Almost everyone knows the
story of the concocting, spread,
and exposure of this historical cur-
iosity. It is known, too, how this
fraud resulted in pogroms in Eu-
rope shortly after the war, and
the wasting of a good deal of
Henry Ford's fortune on the
"Dearborn Independent" at the
same time. But it is also known
that the "Protocols" have been
pretty definitely discredited ev-
erywhere, and that their birthplace
Tsarist Russiahas changed so
radically that it is one of the few
European countries with a large
Jewish population where anti-Sem-
itism hardly exists.
On a par with the "Protocols"
is a pamphlet printed in 1819,
written by one Hundt-Radowsky,
and entitled Judenspiegel. This
literary masterpiece demanded the
massacre of Jews, called for the
castration of Jewish men, and sug-
gested that Jewesses be forced
into prostitution as a solution to
the "Jewish problem." The Prus-
sian government solved the prob-
lem differently; it confiscated the
pamphlet. This action is probably
construed in present-day Germany
as a lapse of "Aryanism."
It would, of course, be impossi-
ble to list the ideologists of anti-
S?m"tism in a brief article. They
would run, from sheer madmen,
through the merely misguided,
down to outright racketeers. They
would include French monarchists
and Teutonic professors. A spec-
ial niche would have to be found
for a man like Heinrich von Triet-
schke, whose contr"bution to the
welfare of the world is the well-
known slogan: "The Jews are our
misfortune," and who has become
another of the saints in Herr Hit-
ler's exclusive paradise. And, for
Professor Eugen Duhring. no less
than a chapter would suffice. His
was the pure doctrine of racial-
sm. And so on down the list
I-agarde, Boeckel, Theodor Fritsch
(who lived to see the Nazis suc-
ceed,) Houston Stewart Chamber-
lain (Knglish-born, but German by
miraculous conversion,) Stoecker,
Drumont, Nilus. It is not a pretty
list. And there is little use in
sketching the personalities behind
the names, the psychological rea-
sons for their hatreds. For if
these individuals had not existed,
other men with other means would
have taken their place to fill an
apparent necessity of the times.
There is a certain value, how-
ever, in looking carefully at the
anti-Semites in Vienna whose writ-
ings had influence on a certain
young Austrian who had come to
the capital shortly before the Great
War. The crude youth had appar-
ently arrived in the big city filled
with hope and ambition. His
tenth-rate talents as an artist
were hardly sufficient to bring
him success. So young Adolf Hit-
ler fell back upon his emotions,
and floated away on a sea of Jew-
hatred. What influences in this
direction had there been? Aside
from his own tendency toward
blind bigotry, the future dictator
was affected by the anti -Jewish
press of Vienna, by the anti-Jew-
ish operators in Austrian politics,
by the writings of the anti-Jewish
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THE JEWISH FLOBDDIAN
FRIDAY. PTEMBK
FAMILY TREE OF ANTI-SEMITISM
(Continued from Page 43)
theorists. In Mein Kampf he ac-
knowledges his debt to Viennese
anti-Semitism. The ritual murder
trials in Hungary and Bohemia, a
few years before he came to the
capital, probably had some effect.
The student riots at the University
also must have impressed him
greatly. Then there was George
von Schoenerer, who founded the
anti-Jewish Christ:an Social Party.
And I.ueger the lawyer, who be-
came mayor of Vienna in 1897. But
the writersthey were the thing;
they made the real impression.
And of all the Jew-baiting writ-
ers and theor-sts in the Empire
of Franz-Josef, none could hold a
candle to Doctor August Rohling.
Professor of Hebrew Antiquities
at the University of Prague, ap-
pointed by His Majesty the Em-
peror himself.
As far back as 1871 the Herr
Professor had brought out his re-
markable book, "The Talmud Jew"
(Der Talmudjude.) Hundreds of
thousands of copies of the work
were sold. It conta:ned all sorts
of quotations from and interpre-
tations of the Talmud, tending to
show the perfidy, the hypocrisy
and the danger of Judaism. It ,
seemed to make no difference that ,
scholars agreed that the quota- |
tions were forgeries, and the inter-
pret?tions unwarranted. For was
not Rohling a professor imperially
appointed, and did he not indeed j
invite the Jews to sue him for li- j
bel if his statements were false?
Rohling knew that he could not be
sued. Rabbinical opinion had de-
clared that the Talmud had no
canonical significance for Judaism.
To vilify it, therefore, could not
mean vilifying the Jewish reli-
gion.
The worthy professor went up
and down the country, offering to
appear in lawsuits against Jews,
testifying that Jews' statements
under oath need not bind them.
His actions, which apparently could
not be repudiated by the Jews, had
served to heighten anti-Semitic
feeling, had brought a tension into
the everyday life of the Austrian
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He said he could prove that it was
a Jewish sacred ceremony to shed
the blood of a non-Jewish virgin,
and that such a ceremony was
more than acceptable to the God
of the Jews. The papers were full
of the story. It went unanswer-
ed, then the whole flimsy house
of security would come tumbling
over the ears of Jews everywhere.
Rohling did not go unanswered
Out of the provinces came a mod-
est Rabbi. His name was Joseph
Samuel Bloch, and he deserves a
special chapter in the book of
fighters against falsehood and big-
otry. Rabbi Bloch tells the story
thus:
There was nothing left but to
brand the man publicly and thus
to compel him to appeal to th<-
law, and to produce his quotations.
Iiis arguments, his whole learning
before the law. This I did in a
series of articles in the Wiener
Morgenpost. There I said among
other things:
" 'He repeatedly took a solemn
oath on his fictitious quotat'on*
from the Talmud. An imperial
Royal professor with repeated per-
juries to his discredit is unique
even :n the checkered history of
Austria's universities. At last a
tribunal must be found before
which habitual falseness without
shame or conscience shall be
brought to account in accordance
with truth and law. The Profes-
sor of Hebrew Antiquities in Pra-
gue practices falsehood as a pro-
fession.'
"Then the man was made to un-
derstand also officially that pre-
varication was no longer possible
and that in face of such charges
nothing was left to 'the professor
appointed by His Majesty' but to
appeal to the law. Thus compelled
by necessity, not voluntarily, Roh-
ling brought action for the libel
in the Vienna Court, and he boast-
ed that he did it with the greatest
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an opportunity to prove to the
world that which until then he had
only confirmed by oath.
"As, in the meantime, I had be-
come a member of the Austrian
Parliament, it had to give its con-
sent to my being accused, which
it did at my request. I declared
in court that I was ready to prove
the truth of all the charges I had
made against the professor and
requested the court to appoint of-
ficial experts who were to examine
and to evaluate all the passages
concerned." The impartial experts
who were appointed on the sug-
gestion of the German Association
of Orientalists and the Rector of
the University of Vienna. And
Rabbi Bloch began to gether the
evidence.
"I picked out over 400 texts
from the Talmudic-Rahbinical lit
ratine from the second to the
eighteenth century, some of which
were those to which Rohling refer-
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es." With the comments of the
various impartial experts, the
whole thing ran into almost two
hundred pages. "Copies were made
and transmitted to both parties.
The translations of the experts
exposed Rohling's lies and falsifi-
cations in all their wickedness: not
one of his assertions stood the
test. All of them, all, with no ex-
ception whatever, melted like snow
in the sun. The trial was looked
forward to with extreme eagerness
on all hands. Already the date
was fixed: on November 18th the
cause celebre was to begin.
"Presently, a surprising thing
happened: immediately before th?
public trial. Rohling withdrew hia
charge. He forestalled the ver-
dict of the Court by announcing
his own verdict. Without even an
attempt at vindication, he accepted
the ignominious charge of having
sworn falsely before the courts of
law. By this act of suicidal cow-
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He was sentenced by the Court to
pay all the costs, and the Minister
of Public Instruct'on pensioned
him off.-'
Thus ended the Affair Rohling.
Whatever the effects of the
whole incident, it is obvious that
more recent Jew-haters have learn-
ed a few lessons from the fate of
Herr Rohling and his colleagues.
The discredited Rohling, the dis-
credited forgers of the "Protocols,"
and the discredited publishers of
the "Dearborn Independent" h
apparently taught the latter-dT
apostles of prejudice how better t!
attain their ends. "
Thus, a man like Hitler sees
dividends in the use of obviousi*
false statements that can be prv
en lies. They have their pla
they must be judiciously
with appeals to the
emotions as well. Do yoUi ^^
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIFTY FIVE
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D.
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Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
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FRIDAY NIGHT MAKE NO ENQAOEMENTS PAY NO Vli
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CONGREGATIONAL
Regular services this Friday ev-
ening will be held at the Temple
at 8:15 p. m. The services will be
conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman.
HIGH HOLY DAY PROGRAM
For the convenience of members
of the Temple and friends, an of-
fice will be opened at 120 Shore-
land Arcade, on Thursday and Fri-
day, September 22nd and 23rd,
from 10:00 a. m. to 1:00 p. m.,
where tickets for the High Holy
Day services may be obtained by
members free of any assessments.
You are cordially invited to at-
tend a New Year Reception given
by Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan
;inil Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman to
the members of the Congregation
and their friends on Monday, Sep-
tember 26 from 3:00 to 7:00 p. m.,
at 6996 Indian Creek Drive, (cor-
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FOR HOLY DAYS AND
HOLIDAYS1938
September 25th, Sunday even-
ing, New Year, 8:15 p. m."The
Penalty of Genius"Dr. Kaplan.
September 26th, Monday, New
Year morning, 10:00 a. m.
"Watchman, What of the Night?"
The query of an ancient people
facing a new yearRabbi Zwit-
man.
September 30th, Friday evening,
8:15 p. m.
October 4th, Tuesday, Atone-
ment morning, 10:00 a. m."One
ward of Genius."Dr. Kaplan.
October 5th, Wednesday, Atone-
ment miming, 10:00 a. m."One
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Service in Temple,
Children's
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p. m. Various readers.
Memorial services, 4:00 p. m.
SISTERHOOD
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broad program of activities. The
first Sisterhood meeting will be
held on October 3rd when an out-
line of the coming year's activities
will be given.
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morning, October 2nd, 1938, at
10:00 a. m. Registsation of new
children will begin at 9:30 a. m.,
to be folowed by regular classes.
It is an established policy of
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morning as well as the first and
last days of Sukkoth.
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mind among the living for a bless-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, 8EPTEMBER 23 itra.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 S. W. 3rd Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
The solemn services of the Hol-
iday season will begin with even-
inn devotions on Sunday night,
September 25th at 6:30 p. m. Rev.
Nathan Wroobel will chant the
services. On Monday morning
Shachris services will commence
at 7:30 a. m., with Mr. Wililam
Clein acting as Baal Shachris.
Reading of the Torah will be at
10:00 a. m. Sermon at 10:30 and
the blowing of the Shofar at 11:00
a. m.. following which the Mus-
aph service will be conducted at
5:30 p. ni.. preceded by the tradi-
tional chanting of Psalms. The
schedule of the first day will be
in effect the second day as well.
SERMON SCHEDULE
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will
officiate in the pulpit and preach
throughout the Festive season. His
sermon topics will be as follows:
Monday a. m.. in English, "The
Glory of Today;" in the afternoon
of the same day in Yiddish, "God,
Thou hast been good to me;"
Tuesday a. m., in English, "The
Hope of Tomorrow." On Satur-
day, October 1st Rabbi Kellner
will speak both during the morn-
ing and afternoon services in the
traditional Shabbos Shuvo manner.
CONGREGATIONAL NEWS
In conjunction with the forth-
coming election of officers the
congregation will conduct a drive
for new members, the campaign
to take place immediately after
the Holiday season.
BUILDING FUND
Not all of our people are as yet
acquainted with the fact that the
congregation has purchased a
triple corner lot on Southwest 17th
Avenue, corner of Sixth Street
and it is hoped that the erection of
a Talmud Torah building, the first
of the proposed several units, will
be under way before long.
HEBREW BCHOOL
Regular daily classes are being
held under the personal care of
Rabbi Kellner every week day af-
ternoon, excepting Friday, be-
tween the hours of 8:80 and 6:80.
A special class for beginners will
Tampa Notes
as a new member and Mrs. Edward
Byck and Savannah, Ga.. was I
visitor.
Services for the High Holidays
Mrs. Harry Sandier was elected at Gainesville will be conducted
second vice-president and religious by Mr. Jacob Milchman of Tampa,
chairman of the Sisterhood of | ---------
also be organized after Yom Tov.
LADIES AUXILIARY
The Auxiliary will continue to
meet, as in the past on the 2nd
and 4th Tuesday evening of every
month. Under the present lea-
dership the Auxiliary has in re-
cent months doubled its member-
ship and is making splendid pro-
gress towards becoming a major
factor in the Jewish community.
Besides assisting the congregation
in every one of their enterprises
the ladies plan a series of Fall ac-
civit'es beginning with Wednesday
evening, October 12th, when a
lawn party will he held at the
ionic of Mr. and Mrs. Traeger.
758 N. W. 22nd Court.
This will be followed by a cafe
teria supper on October 23rd, pack-
age party November 13th. annual
Chanukah party December 25th
and eighth annual Purim Ball
February 88th and many other
outstanding events.
HABANOTB NEWS
The meetings of the Miami
Chapter of the Habanoth have
been resumed and this pioneer
group foregathers in the Miami
Orthodox Synagogue as in the past
year, every Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Samuel Tannenbaum has been '
named advisor, Mrs. Ben Rosen.
musical director and they in con-
junct'on with Mrs. Abraham Kell-
ner, who was the first to organ-
ize such a group in the entire
South, will, we hope, lead this
vorthwhile organization to even
greater heights than they achieved
last year. Included on the pro-
gram is a most intensive cultural
Temple Schaarai Zedek at a meet-
ing at the temple last week. She
succeeds Mrs. Morton Williams,
who has resigned.
Sunday School registration will
be held September 25th and clas-
ses will begin October 3rd.
Mrs. Charles Jacobs was ap-
pointed chairman of hospital'ty
and committee members are Mrs.
Sol Maas, Mrs. M. J. Mackler, Mrs.
Sol Jacobs, Mrs. Leo Weiss and
Mrs. Margaret Hammer. Mrs.
Hammer was elected trustee of the
temple from the Sisterhood.
An invitation was sent members
of the St. Petersburg Sisterhood
to attend a regional luncheon to
lie given In their honor in Novem-
ber. Those in charge of arrange
ments are Mr. Leo Weiss, chair-
man; Mrs. Jacobs, Mrs. M. J.
Mackler, Mrs. Marcus Cohen and
Mrs. Ozeas Marcus.
Mrs. N. E. Wolf was welcomed
Miss Gladys Milchman will en
ter the Fall class in nurse tra'ning
at the Municipal Hospital.
The Merry Fellows Club held
their first dance of the current
social season at the Forest Hills
Country Club. A special feature
of the dance was the introduction
of the "Sweetheart of A. Z. A."
Miss Margie Segall. The commit
tee in charge were Sam Verkauf
Sol Fleischman. Maurice Finman,
Bill Wolfson and Fred Roller.
Miss Grace Dayan returned to
her home in this city after a vaca-
tion spent in Chicago and New
York.
(Continued from Page |)
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want to do the most for the great-
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way. prate not of what some
will lose. those who oppose
Federation have not offered some-
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certainly they will be made since
those who do the work are but hu-
man. aid, not condemn, should
be the rule to be applied to those
well learned or those perhaps un-
informed.....there much that
will have been accomplished.
Let's, let's do things, -lowly,
carefully, because we want to help,
to aid, to build the Jewish Com-
munity. Let's not simply say. "we
too, travel."
Mr. and Mrs. J. Markowitz left
for a trip to Atlanta, Ga., where
they will spend two weeks visit-
ing Mr. and Mrs. N. Golden.
Joseph M.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIFTY-SEVEN
*
CONGREGATION
BETH DAWD
135 N. W. 3rd Avenue
(MIAMI'S PIONEER
CONGREGATION)
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
1029 N. W. 1st Street
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2 21/6
..
Sunday evening, September 25th
will usher in Rush Hashanah.
Services will begin at sunset with
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating.
Cantor Ix>uis Haynian will chant
the traditional, liturgic melodies.
Rabbi Shapiro will extend the sea-
sonal greetings during the evening
service.
Monday and Tuesday mornings
Mr. Louis Wenkle will chant the
Shachraesim and Cantor Louis
Ilayman will chant the Musafim.
Monday at 10:30 a. m., the Rabbi
will discuss the subject: "A glance
through the Old Year, 5698."
Tuesday at 10:30 a. m., the Rab-
bl will preach on the subject: "I
Accuse"basing his comments on
the oft-ment;oned expression, "The
World versus Israel."
JUNIOR SERVICES
Special services for the Junior
Congregation will be held in the
Beth David auditorium. Howard
Schwartz, Harold Shapiro and
Stanley Hayman will officiate.
Parents are urged to send their
children to these services from
1....... to 12:00.
Harold Shapiro will present the
aker for both days. Howard
S hwartz will speak on the sub-
jects: "Miami Israel's Greatest
Problem!" and "What is the Solu-
tion?"
TEACHER'S MEETING
A teacher's meeting will take
place Thursday evening, Septem-
ber 29th at the home of the super-
intendent, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz.
Those who desire to teach or be-
come a member of our faculty,
will please contact the Rabbi or
superintendent.
Additional facilities to accom-
modate all students will be in read-
'ii i ster.
REGISTRATION
We advise the parents that reg-
istration for Sunday School class-
is Sunday morning October 9th at
10:00 a. m. New registration for
Hebrew classes will take place on
Wednesday and Thursday, October
12th and 13th from 4:00 to 6:00
p. m. The new semester will be-
trin October 24th. Meanwhile,
classes arc in session at our Tal-
mud Torah. We urge the parents
to send th.-ir. children now, so that
they may enter the new classes
on October 24th.
JUNIOR CONGREGATION
The Junior Congregation will
resume its activities with the first
service for the New Year on Oc-
tober 22nd at 10:20 a. m. An in-
vocation will be made this year,
that the Junior Congregation will
sponsor a "Bar-Mitzvah" club to
meet every Sunday morning at
8:00 for worship. For several
years we have conducted such a
club and it is our intention to re-
convene as a permanent unit in
our institution.
The holidays were set according
to the appearance of the new
moon. Once a dispute arose be-
tween Rabbi Gamliel and Rabbi
Joshua as to when the new month
began. Rabban GamFel, who was
head of the Rabbinical Court, sent
to Joshua saying. "I charge thee
to come to me with thy staff and
thy money on the Day of Atone-
ment as it falls according to thy
reckoning." Sorely perplexed but
realizing that the court's authority
must be accepted and respected.
Rabbi Joshua took his staff and
h's money in his hand and went to
Jahneh to Rabban Gamliel on the
day which according to his own
reckoning was the Day of Atone-
ment. When he arrived Rabban
Gamliel (who had full respect for
his colleague's learning and sin-
cerity) stood up and kissed him
saying, "Come in peace my master
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The A. Z. A., or Junior B'nai
Ii'r'th organization which has
chapters in Miami, Tampa, Jack-
sonville and West Palm Beach is
today one of the foremost Jewish
Youth organizations in the world,
having three hundred chapters in
this country and across the seas.
.Icw'sh boys between the ages of
1"> and 21 are eligible and are in-
culcated with the seven objectives
of the organization: Patriotism,
Judaism, filial love, charty, con-
duct, purity and fraternity. To
reach these objectives its program
is divided into religious, cultural,
social service, social and athletic
programs. Now in its fourteenth
year of existence it is guided by
the Supreme Council of which Sam
Beber of Omaha, Nebraska, the
founder, is head.
As members of the Southern
Region of District 5 chapters in this
area have taken an active part in
numerous affairs and recently held
a state conference at Tampa.
Guided by Mr. Milton A. Fried-
man, national deputy for this dis-
trict and advisor for the local Mi-
ami my disciple'my master, in
wisdom; and my disciple, in that
thou hast accepted my words.' "
ami chapter, the local organization
will observe A. Z. A. day on Oc-
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ers will address the meeting and
entertainment will follow.
At the recent national conven-
tion of the A. Z. A., plans to make
this Junior organization take a
more active part in the affairs of
B'nai B'rith proper were adopted.
Older members of the A. Z. A.
were urged to attend B'nai B'rith
meetings, though this has been the
practice in Miami for a long time.
The Southern Regional Convention
of A. Z. A., will be held at Jack-
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and 2ilth, when oratorical, debat-
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A. Z A. thus is taking an a.tive
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER
'
| DOROTHYw DAVID
Cxt>&oe JEWISH LIFE
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES
326
MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
Jefferson Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE O. MAMCHES. Cantor
726 Meridian Avenun
'Phone 5-2013



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OLD CUSTOMS FOR THE
NEW YEAR
(BY RABBI MORDECAI L. BRILL)
While the Jews of Palest'ne ob-
serve all holidays with a one-day
celebration, Rosh Hashanah is an
exception and is observed two days
even by Palestinian Jewry.
XXX
Many Jewish holidays have spec-
ial d'shes associated with the day.
On New Year's eve it is customary
to eat fruit dipped in honey. The
prayer that prcedes the eating
reads: "May it be Thy will to re-
new unto us a good and sweet
year." Ultra-Orthodox Jews do
not eat nuts on Rosh Hashanah be-
cause the numerical value of the
Hebrew words for nut, 'egoz,' is
equivalent to that of the Hebrew
word for sin'chat.' Red apples
were the special delicacy of the
French Jews during the Middle
A-res, while the Jews of th" Pro-
vince ate the head of ^heep and
white grape-.
X X x'
Pious Jews fast most of the ten
pen'tential days from New Years
to the Day of Atonement, but not
on the dam immed'ately preceding
Yom Kippur, on which fasting is
forbidden.
Rabbi Johonan (2nd century
teacher) held that on New Year's
Day three kinds of record books
are opened: those for the complete-
ly righteous and for the complete-
ly wicked are at once written up
and sealed, the one to life and the
other to death; but the books of
"the great middle class' are kept
open for ten days (till the Day ot
Atonement* that they may repent.
Kepentame was the s!na qua nun
if one wanted to expiate for sins.
All other forms of expiation were
conditional upon repentance.
XXX
If tradition is to be believed it
was on Rosh Hashanah that Joseph
was freed from imprisonment anil
the Hebrew slaves stopped Work-
ing for Pharoah.
X x x
It is impossible for the first day
of Kosh Hashanah to fall on .Sun-
day, Wednesday or Friday.
XXX
Today it is not permissible to
blow Shofar on Rosh Hashanah if
the Holiday occurs on a Saturday
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
The Rabbi, Cantor, Sexton, to-
gether with the officers of the
congregation and Sisterhood, and
their respective Boards of Direc-
tors, extend to our members, the
l.uish community and all Israel.
Bincereat wishes for a year of
God's blessing.
HOI.Y DAY SERVICES
The synagogue s open to all
who wish to pray with us through-
out the year. Servi es are held
daily at 7:00 and 8:00 a. m., and
at 8:00 p. m. Holy Day services
will be held at 0:00 evenings and
it S:00 mornings. Rosh Hashanah
l>'iritis Sunday evening, September
25th, and extends through Monday
to Tuesday night.
Individuals and families unable
t'i pay for seats during the holi-
days will be given free tickets
gladly on application at the syna-
gogue office.
Rabbi Mescheloff will preach
Monday morning on th" subject:
"R'ghts, Plights and Hopes." On
but in the ancient Temple at Jeru-
salem Shofar was sounded every
New Years Day, even if it fell on
the Sabbath.
XXX
On the New Year and the Day
of Atonement Jews wore wh'te,
originally as a sign of joy, but
later on the custom came to be as-
sociated with the white shrouds
worn by the dead.
XXX
Most recent of all Rosh Hashan-
ah customs is the practice of send-
ing New Year cards. It did not
begin until the middle of the l'Jth
century.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIFTY-NINE
!. M. 1.1. NOTES
E. Albert Pallot. past president
of the Y. M. H. A., general chair-
man of the seventh annual ball,
reports that Dr. Harold Rand.
chairman of the time and place
omntittee immediately secured the
beautiful Civic Center, location of
our Pst three affairs for th's an-
nual ball. Program chairmen will
in' Harry Gordon and Nat Rlum-
,, irg will hand'e the ticket chair-
manship! Doe. Samuel Beekman
will handle the receiots as treas
iirer. Far th? first time a young
lady w'll work with the Y. M. H.
A on this affair, Mies Ida Englcr
his been appointed to take care
of all s"cretarial work, publicity
will be in charge of the TV
present scribe, Harry S hwartz.
i: iservat'ons will have at its head
Mr. I von Liberman and on the
reception committee our president.
Milton A. Friedman will he in
charge with all pres'dents and
, a-t oresidenta of the Y. M. H. A.,
Y. W. H. A. and Junior Division
isting him. A new com-
m'ttee chairman was added name-
ly. Herman Weitaman, picture
chairman.
Every member of the organiza-
tion is u-eed to take an active
part on any of the abive commit-
I i anil helo make this seventh
annual, the biggest and best to
date. Working with each and ev-
,> committee will be our Execu-
tive Dire tor, Mr. Maurice Gross
man.
Help us and you will eventually
be reaping the harvest.
*"*****<
Billy Merlin is ticket chairman
assisted by Abe Berkowitz, Sam
BadaneS, ('harl'e Adelman. Milton
Friedman, Kay Shoehet, Gertrude
Mandcll and Harry Schwartz.
Tickets are now on sale. I'ri e
per couple $1.00. Talk it up among
your friends and lets get a real
spirited crowd out to help cele-
brate this Yom Kippur holiday.
^^
A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
BEVIS MOTOR
CAR CO.
4212 Florida Avenue
Phone S-4919
TAMPA, FLA.
A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
GUARANTY TITLE CO.
P. If. ROBIN, President
I )7 Twigg Street, Tampa, Florica
SAM BLANK
Treasurer of tltc Greater Mia.-ni Federation of Jewish
Welfare Funds
Continuing the custom of prev-
ious years the Y. M. H. A. and its
aff bates will sponsor a post Yom
Kipour dance and festival Wed-
nesday night, October 5th, at the
American Legion Home, 6600 N.
E. Biscayne Boulevard. The Sioga
Fraternity has enlisted their en-
tire membership to cooperate with
Nat Blumberg, chairman of this
function.
j A HAPPY NEW YEAB |
Southern Magic Co.
Headquarters for Magicians
| 304 E. Tyler St.
MAGIC TRICKS
j JOKES. WIGS, NOVELTIES
I TAMPA, FLA.
i
LEVY DRUGS,
INC.
302 S. Morgan Street
TAMPA, FLA.
EXTENDS TO ALL JEWRY
A HAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
You Can Prove There
Is Economy in Baying
Your Office Supplies
Just Phone
M-1345
CROSIER and GALLIHER
105 Zack St.
TAMPA. FLA.
"We supply ALL your office
needs at prices that will
please you"
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
FLORIDA BATTERY SERVICE
PRESTO-LITE BATTERIES
PHONE 6030
224 Lakevi. w Avenue WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
YOUNG'S "DEPENDABLE"
B. O. YOUNG, Proprietor
FLOOR COVERINGS FURNITURE SHADES
Corner Florida and Michigan Avenues
PHONE 2316 TAMPA. FLORIDA
To Our Patrons and Many Friends Throughout TAMPA
and FIORIDA We Extend Our Best Wishes for^a
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TAMPA BAKING CO.
4301 Florida Ave g-"1"
TAMPA S OWN RADIO FAMOUS BAKERY
The Only Jewish Baker on Florida's Went Coast
HAPPY NEW YEAR
We Have Them
R. C. A., Victor. Arvin, Stewart
Warner. Sparton. Phltco
All Wave Radios
AS LITTLE AS $1X0 DOWN
Balance easy weekly payments
CITY RADIO
SERVICE
RADIO HOSPITAL
Tel. Y-E4"6 1422 7th Ave.
"Easiest Terms in Tampa"
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BEST WISHES
for a
Happy and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
o
THE UNITED
PAPER CO.
TAMPA, FLA.
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Hvde Park Service Station
l*i tit Avenue and Bogle
TAMPA, FLA.
Gl'B sWKNDsiiN and FRED 8WENDSON
Phone ll-1wi
,,
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEWYEAR TO ALL
BERGER & RACHELSON, Inc.
DISTRIBUTORS OF
Plee-Zing Quality Products
TAMPA, FLORIDA
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ELT WITT CIGAR CO.
TAMPA, FLORIDA
LYKES BROS
OF TAMPA
Wish You All
A Prosperous New Year

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PAGE SIXTY
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER Bj,
Reliable Linen
Supply Co., Inc.
Takes This Opportunity to
Extend Greetings for a
Happy New Year
H. MILLER
ROBERT MILLER
.. 341 N. W. .*I6th Street ..
PHONE 3-5561-2-3
OSCEOLA
MARKET
GEORGE JACOB, Prop.
Quality Western Meats
and Fancy Groceries
WB DELIVER
2293 S. W. 17th Avenue
PHONE 4-1727
MRS. BENJ. LB VINE
President Miami Section Nation-
al Council of Jewish Women.
ORBETINGS
To All My I-"11.mis anil Member*
if the I'i'oici'i-hnIvi' Mi'iiHH-ratir c'lnl
WM. SILVERSTEIN
AND ASSOCIATES
CAMBRIDGE HOTEL
SOO MlihlKiin Ave. Miami lte.-ieli
SOCIETY
Full details of the formal un-
veiling of the tombstone erected by
the Y. on the grave of the late
Boris Schlachman, beloved and ac-
tive Y. head and worker, to be
held Sunday, October 2nd. at the
Woodlawn Cemetery, will appear in
the next issue of the Jewish Flor-
idian.

HONORED WITH
SHOWER
Miss Anita Sherman entertain-
ed last Wednesday evening in hon-
or of Miss Mary Anne Kamins,
bride-elect of Dr. Arthur H. Sha-
piro, at the home of Mrs. L. Ab-
rams. During the evening games
were played and prizes awarded
and refreshments were served. The
guest of honor was the recipient
of many beautiful gifts.

RETURNS TO
CITY
Mrs. Ida Optner, president of
the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau, returned to the
city after an absence of several
weeks visiting and friends rela-
tives in New York.
M. J. KOPELOWITZ
President Beth David Synagogue
GREETINGS
Herman CordonSimon Wolff
AND ASSOCIATES OF
ELEANOR'S
171 S. K. Plrat Street
BE8T WISHES
TO OUR
JEWISH FRIENDS
AND PATHoNs
FOR
A HAPPY NEW YF.AR
Schuberth's
Sea Food
Grille
6 W. S. River Drive
i
GREETINGS
GATEWAY GARAGE
C. A. NEEDHAM, Prop.
BATTERIESTIHKS
GENERAL, Al'TO REPAIR!
Painting TopiBody Repiiri
1011 X. E. lad Av. Munii. Fla. I
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and Sun
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Arnold
of Coral Gables
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YFAR
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz
anil Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Adler
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte
and Sons
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YFAR
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Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bain
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin
and Family
Wish All The'r Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg
and Daughter Charlotte
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rerkowitz
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Ida Buckstein
Wishes All Her Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Cohen Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Philip Eiscnberg and Daughters Will All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
F
A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Fine
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Camner Wish All Their Relatives and Friends Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank an Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cohen Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit
D and Family Wish All Their Relative! and Friends A HAPPY NEW YFAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Drevich
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. H. Earner Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YFAR

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Mr. and Mrs. I). Eirhengreen Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. George Jay Gerson and Family Wilh All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Robert Eye
Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. George Goldberg and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I,eon Elkin
and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Epstein and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gulkis and Daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friendi A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstein W'sh All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Morris Gulkis Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR

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Mr. Joseph Grecnberg and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friendi A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Horril Kaler and Family Wish All Their Relative! and Friends A HAPPY NEW YF.AR
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman and Daughters Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Aaron l\ .inner and Sons Wish All Their Relative! and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. (ioldstein Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAH Mr. and Mrs. A. Kaplan and Family Wish All Their Relative- and Frienils
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Cordon Wish All Their Relative! and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. 1.. Kaufman and Family Wish All Their Relal ar.d
Mr. and Mrs. I. I.. C.lasser and Family Wish All Their Relativci and I'i iends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Friends A HAPPY NEW YFAR
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kellman and Family Wish All Their Relative! and Friendi A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. David Goldstein Wish All The r Relative* and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kopeloit and Daughter Wish All Their Relative- and Friends A HAPPY NEW YFAR
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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel N. Halpert anil Family Wish All Their Relatives and 1 i iends A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry I- Kaufman Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Cantor and Mrs. Lonll Hay man and Family-Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. Kronenfeld and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY HEW YEAB _
Mr. and Mrs. Max Kasanoff and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEWYEAR__^
Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Mr. and Mr*. C. S. Jamison and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis U"M and Family Wish All Their Relatives ana Friend-A HAPPY NEW YEAR


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SIXTY ONE
SINCERE WISHES
fur a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mix', and MRS.
F. L. Hughes
and Son
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Reilly Tile Co.
"Artists in Tile Setting"
PHONE 2-3928
1211 N. W. 61st Terrace
London, (WNS)Fearing grave
dl i rdera in London on the eve of
Rosh Hashanah, Clemente Atlee,
leader of the Labor Party opposi-
tion in the House of Commons,
has asked the Home Office to for-
bid a scheduled Fascist demonstra-
tion and parade through the E .
End on Sunday, September 25th.
He acted after consultation with
other Bast End members of Parlia
ment. The Bast End is a thickly
populated Jewish district which
Will l>c thronged with hol'day wor-
shippers going to and from syna-
gogues on Sunday night.
Four members of Sir Oswald
Moseley's Fascists were jailed and
fined by I ondon magistrates for
shouting "down wih the Jews,"
and "perish Judah." outside Lime-
house town hall during a speech
by Major Atlee on the Czech cris-
is. The magistrates acted on in-
structions from the Home Office
wh'ch has taken steps to curb re-
newed anti-Jewish agitation in
London.
_------._-..a..... SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
Louis Pokress
ills Lincoln Road
MIAMI BEACH
REAL ESTATE h-------------'---------
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for a
i
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
Lennon Paulk
and FAMILY
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Joseph M. LIPTON
Prominent in local communal
work doriic; the past year, and
president of the Dade Federal
Savings and Loan Association.
BEST WISHES FOK
I
1 A HAPPY NEW YEAR
I ;
Ben J. Kincaid
1 Life Insurance and Annuities ;
101-10 1st National Hank BMg. I
PHONE 2-0721
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Believe it or not but there was
no New Year's Day in aiuient Is-
rael.
DIABETIC
AND HEALTH
CAFETERIA
AT THE
HEALTH
FOODSHOP
12 S. E. First Street
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Mr. Sam Upton
- All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
M
Mrs. Rertha I!. Levy
and Family
W "sh All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Levin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Ix> Vine
and Daughters
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lutzky
and Sons
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. LoadOB
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller
and Son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Novack
Wish All Their 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
Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz
and Children
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
M
Mrs. Ida Optner
and Sons
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. Miller
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Paul Marks
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Joe Mechlow
Wishes All H's Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Mintzer
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mandell
Wish For All Their Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Reisman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. Rose
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seitlin
and Daughter. Barbara Judith
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silver
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. (has. S. Tobin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Rosenfeld
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I,eo Rosen
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schwartz
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. William Taradash
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
u
Mr. and Mrs. J. Rnsenthal
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Harry Simonhoff
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin L. Siege]
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Orovitz
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Mr. and Mrs. Max Rappaport
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Rippa
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rubin
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. Rosengarten
and Family
Wish All Ther Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. Rayvis
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
George and Leon Reichgott
and Mother
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Scher
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
Miss Sarah Shochet
Wishes All Her Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. I hlfelder
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner
and Daughter
W sh All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle
and Family-
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
The Misses Ray U.
and Esther V. Shochet
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Frederick K. Shochet
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Simon
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. Silver
and Family
Wish AH Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. taiiis Wolf son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat L. Williams
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simonhoff
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Elry Stone
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wucher
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Zalka
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


PAGE SIXTY TWO
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While rani playing :"! "'h''r
games were permitted in various
Jewish communities, all such lev-
ity and sport were strictly forbid-
den during the days from R i h
Hashanah to Yom Kippur.
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Compliments from Dr.
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139 s. B. Third Street
PLASTIC SURGERY
THE \MEKICAN CONSUL PAYS A VISIT
The Hon. George Wadsworth. American Consul General in Jerusa-
lem, recently paid a visit to En Ha-Shofet. Mr. Wadsworth (ex-
treme left) is seen in the company of a |{haffir (Jewish armed
Kuard) and some of the settlers on his inspection tour.
LIGHTMAKERS*Nc.
Miami Agents for Chase, Kurt Versen. H. A. Framburg Co., Etc.
Florida'" Most beautiful display of Lighting Fixthrcs
Management H. A. AbeleI'hone 3-5292
1730 Biscayne Boulevard Ample Parking
Ij$hting Fixtures.
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THE LOST TRIBES ARE FOUND
AGAIN
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SIXTY-THREE
diV AZBIBL KARLBBACH)
hi ihe old city of Jerusalem
there lives a white-bearded scholar
who has a fixed idea about the
I 1.11 Tribes. If we could only
find them, says he, they would de-
liver us from all our troubles. If
we. being but two tribes, counting:
16,000,000 souls, they, being ten,
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must by this time have increased
to------!. And he shows you black
on white he, a flawless calculation.
Though he is the head of a Yesh-
iva and a mystic, the old man is
a firm bel'ever in modern science.
The wireless, he avers, could be
Med to trace the Lost Tribes, and
the River Sambatyon could easily
Se crossed by high-flying aero-
planes; the stones it throws up day
and night to keep intruders out
could not reach them. He is so
f iinly convinced that the Kingdom
of the Lost Tribes exists, that he
once journeyed to India to enquire
where it is. There they told him
that it lies beyond Afghanistan.
Conscientiously the old scholar as-
sembled all the data he could find
about the Ten Tribes and wrote
them down in a book together with
his own for transferring their ar-
mies to Eretz Israel. This book
was written and published in the
Holy City of Jerusalem, may it be
rebuilt and restored speedily and
in our day. Amen.
When the scholar-mystic and his
odd book came to my notice the
other day, I sat down and ponder-
ed (for the first time, I must ad-
mit) the story of the Lost Ten
Tribes. It seems incredible, but
ihe record is clear; The bulk of
:he Jewish nationten tribes out
of twelvevanished utterly from
the historic scene with the down-
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fall of the kingdom of Israel. Ten
great communities, with hundreds
of thousands of souls, sank into
the waters of oblivion and were
heard of no more. Refusing to ac-
cept so hard a fact the folk imag-
ination wove legendsbestowing a
new lease of life on the Ten Tribes
in some far country unknown to
geography.
In olden times there were as
many types of Jews as there were
provinces in Eretz Israel. Its var-
ed landscapes produced a divers-
ity of Jewish stock. Endowed with
lharply contrasted peculiarities of
geography and climate, the prov-
inces brought forth human types
corresponding to their own vary-
ing quality. Yet despite all dif-
ferences of character and temper-
ament, the scribes were united by
a keen national consciousness.
All that was lost with the de-
struction of the Temple and the
State. The diverse autochthonous
Jewish types of Eretz Israel were
superseded by the single type of
the Galuth Jew; and of the diverse
Provinces, not a single one was left
;o the nation. The Jews had be-
rome a landless people.
Now that the Jewish people is
returning to Eretz Israel, the lost
tribes are being found again. As
by miracle, they spring up from
the ancient Jewish soil. In Tel
Aviv and Haifa you meet Jewish
sailors and fishermen in whose
eyes you read anxiety, not of the
terrors of the Ghetto, but of the
perils of the sea. In the villages
you sec women moving with a
heavy peasant tread whom you re-
member tripping lightly in high-
heeled slippers only a few years
ago; and their frank, level glance
has no trace of the old coquetish
allure. Soon you learn to differ-
entiate the various rural types.
You say confidently that this man
comes from Emek Jezreel ad that
from the Plain of Sharon; that
this man ploughs fields with far
horizons and that one plants
orange saplings where he does not
see the grove for the trees.
The unchanging features of a
countryside which greet a man's
eye day in and day out are bound
to leave their impress on him.
Hence each region creates indivi-
luals and communities in its own
image.
Gal'lee is Ihe topic of the day in
Eretz Israel. Everyone talks of
ihe :100,000 Jews who will be set-
tled on the Syrian and Lebanese
lorders "to safeguard the fron-
tiers of the Yishub!" But a few
here and there, my humble self
among them, rejoice in the revival
of Galilee for still another reason:
because it produces a sturdy, up-
standing Jewish stock of its own.
It has always been so. There is
a secret virtue in the air or earth
of Galilee which manifests itself
in its folk. How it happens, no
one knows. The writers of the Bi-
ole, the Talmud and the Midrash,
Josephus, Renan, Pierre Loti,
Mapu, Frischman and Brenner,
were all intrigued by the riddle
of the Galilean character. The is-
olation of the province, its fertil-
ity, the grandeur of its mountains,
and the gentle beauty of its val-
leys have been invoked to solve the
riddle. Be the origin of the Gali-
lean type what it may, the men of
Galilee have always played a dis-
tinctive part in Jewish history.
Sluggish, stolid peasants without a
thought except for their own clods
they seemed and yet time and
again they saved the day when the
fate of the nation hung in the
balance.
When Deborah called for help
against the C'anaanite oppressor,
the Galileans tramped down from
their h'lls and turned the scales
of victory. When King David
tried to unify his kingdom, they
lent him 150,000 soldiers. When
Hezekah called for pioneer settlers
for .Jerusalem, the Galileans were
he first to respond.
They were always a fearless
folk, these Galileans. The decrees
jf an Antiochus might throw oth-
ers into a panic, but not them. In
She Hasmonean revolt, they drove
>ff the enemy and pursued them
nto Acco. In their wholehearted
loyalty to the Hasmonean line, they
rose against Herod and cut his
legions to pieces. At the call of
the last Hasmonean King they
fought desperately for a lost cause
from the caves of Sepphoris.
The Gallileans, says the Talmud,
/alued honor above all things and
lespised material possessions. Only
from their midst could Judas the
Galilean and his Zealots have
sprung. Freedom the one thing
(Continued on Page 64)
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PAGE SIXTY-FOUR
THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23
A YEAR IN PROSPECT
(BY RABBI DAVID L. ZIEI.ONKA)
TAMPA, FLORIDA
As we enter upon the New Year
we gaze in profound wonderment
at a world torn asunder by ever
growing hates and prejudices. We
turn our gaze toward the heavens
beseech'ng divine inspiration and
guidance not only for ourselves
but for all those in whose hands
are the destinies of millions of
persons. And as we glimpse the
petty jealousies
and blind bigotry
around us we ask
the age old ques-
tion: "How long.
O Lord, H o w
long?" For has
not Judaism and
her da u g h t e r
faiths endeavor-
ed to teach men
the true meaning
of living togeth-
er in peace and
tranquility? Have
not thousands of
years elapsed
since our great
prophets and
sages admonished
mankind as to the paths which
they must shun if happiness and
contentment were to become para-
mount in the world? Why, then,
do men still permit their hearts
to be filled with hate and their
minds with falsehood?
Perhapi the real answer lies in
one (if the underlying thoughts of
Rosh Hashanah. Perhaps men
must learn today the lessons that
they should have learned in ages
past. Perhaps Sincerity of Pur-
pose needs to be emphasized and
shouted from the house tops. On
Rosh Hashanah we Jews are ad-
monished to begin a sincere search
of our lives and our actions for
without an earnest effort to un-
derstand ourselves we can never
hope to reform our lives and be-
come better able to live with our
fellowmen. All too many of us
are prone to ap-
proach our Holy
Days with a feel-
ing of being re-
ligious bee a us e
our fathers would
want us to be so;
and all too feu
of us really grasp
the opportunities
p r cs e nted for
deep and sincere
self-examination.
The nations and
men of the world
need to approach
each other in
just the same
fashion. Genera-
tion after gener-
ation has marched down the long
road of life without seeking a sin-
cere approach to each other. Un-
derstanding has been flimsy and
meaningless. Trust has been but
a veneer covering greed and avar-
ice. Mankind must place Sincerity
of Purpose high in the minds of its
leaders else men are doomed to the
life of the brute.
On this Rosh Hashanah may we
pray that the eyes of the world
may be opened to the dignity of
Young Folks Day
To Be Observed
Synagogues and congregations
throughout the country are pre-
paring to observe Junior Young
Folks' Day on Hashanah Rabbah,
Sunday, October 16th. These
groups comprise the intermediate
ages between young folks' leagues,
and the children of the Talmud
Torahs and Sunday Schools.
Presidents of Sisterhoods, with
the cooperation of the men's clubs
and rabbis, will arrange special
parties for high school boys and
girls. They will be held either in
connection with morning services
or in the afternoon as a special
gathering in the Succah. Adoles-
cents will thus be proven welcome
at the Jewish House of Worship.
They will learn that the synagogue
has something to offer them, and
that there are many other young
people in the community with
whom they can form friendships.
The Women's Branch of the Un-
ion of Orthodox Jewish Congrega-
tions of America has prepared a
suggested program for the day.
This will be mailed free of charge
io any rabbi or synagogue official
.vho asks for it.
human life so that the dreams
of our faith may become the real-
ities of tomorrow. May we, too.
learn the lessons of living together
in trust and confidence so that Is-
rael may be strengthened by our
resolves.
May God grant unto all the
House of Israel peace, happiness
and contentment.
nces made Safed a city 0
mj-.
The Lost Tribes
(Continued from Page 63)
they could not live without. Gali-
lee nioholized a hundred thousand
men against the mighty Roman
empire. When the fighting saints
of Jotapata were defeated by Ves-
pasian's mercenaries, their defeat
was nobler than many a victory.
That something which distin-
guishes Galilee from all other prov-
ics who bore the spiritual burd,
)f the whole Diaspora. in 0
own day the noblest element,Z
Halutziuth were developed in G,lj
lee. It was there that Jewfafc njo"
neers first became watchmen'
shepherds and ploughmen! tn '
that the first experiment in ?
lective settlement-the Kevuu.
was made.
Now that Galilee |, ^
brought, by the Jewish Nation.!
Fund, within the area of Zionist
settlement, the Yshub watchej
every step with breathless eXpec.
tation. What a privilege it was to
go up to Manita! How eaWr|
the Huleh plans are discussed! \n
our mind's eye we already 5ee
grain fields stretching away to
the horizon where now the swamp.
lands produce nothing but malaria.
Let dreamers and phantast, K,
to India to seek the Lost Tribes
beyond the River Sambatyon and
he Mountains of Night. \\V -hall
remain in Eretz Israel, knowi*
that we shall find them aga n in
the fields of Galilee.
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%  ""*•'"" PAGE SIXTY-FOUR THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 A YEAR IN PROSPECT (BY RABBI DAVID L. ZIEI.ONKA) TAMPA, FLORIDA As we enter upon the New Year we gaze in profound wonderment at a world torn asunder by ever growing hates and prejudices. We turn our gaze toward the heavens beseech'ng divine inspiration and guidance not only for ourselves but for all those in whose hands are the destinies of millions of persons. And as we glimpse the petty jealousies and blind bigotry around us we ask the age old question: "How long. O Lord, H o w long?" For has not Judaism and her da u g h t e r faiths endeavored to teach men the true meaning of living together in peace and tranquility? Have not thousands of years elapsed since our great prophets and sages admonished mankind as to the paths which they must shun if happiness and contentment were to become paramount in the world? Why, then, do men still permit their hearts to be filled with hate and their minds with falsehood? Perhapi the real answer lies in one (if the underlying thoughts of Rosh Hashanah. Perhaps men must learn today the lessons that they should have learned in ages past. Perhaps Sincerity of Purpose needs to be emphasized and shouted from the house tops. On Rosh Hashanah we Jews are admonished to begin a sincere search of our lives and our actions for without an earnest effort to understand ourselves we can never hope to reform our lives and become better able to live with our fellowmen. All too many of us are prone to approach our Holy Days with a feeling of being religious bee a us e our fathers would want us to be so; and all too feu of us really grasp the opportunities p r cs e nted for deep and sincere self-examination. The nations and men of the world need to approach each other in just the same fashion. Generation after generation has marched down the long road of life without seeking a sincere approach to each other. Understanding has been flimsy and meaningless. Trust has been but a veneer covering greed and avarice. Mankind must place Sincerity of Purpose high in the minds of its leaders else men are doomed to the life of the brute. On this Rosh Hashanah may we pray that the eyes of the world may be opened to the dignity of Young Folks Day To Be Observed Synagogues and congregations throughout the country are preparing to observe Junior Young Folks' Day on Hashanah Rabbah, Sunday, October 16th. These groups comprise the intermediate ages between young folks' leagues, and the children of the Talmud Torahs and Sunday Schools. Presidents of Sisterhoods, with the cooperation of the men's clubs and rabbis, will arrange special parties for high school boys and girls. They will be held either in connection with morning services or in the afternoon as a special gathering in the Succah. Adolescents will thus be proven welcome at the Jewish House of Worship. They will learn that the synagogue has something to offer them, and that there are many other young people in the community with whom they can form friendships. The Women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America has prepared a suggested program for the day. This will be mailed free of charge io any rabbi or synagogue official .vho asks for it. human life so that the dreams of our faith may become the realities of tomorrow. May we, too. learn the lessons of living together in trust and confidence so that Israel may be strengthened by our resolves. May God grant unto all the House of Israel peace, happiness and contentment. nces made Safed a city 0 mj-. The Lost Tribes (Continued from Page 63) they could not live without. Galilee nioholized a hundred thousand men against the mighty Roman empire. When the fighting saints of Jotapata were defeated by Vespasian's mercenaries, their defeat was nobler than many a victory. That something which distinguishes Galilee from all other prov•ics who bore the spiritual burd, )f the whole Diaspora. i n 0 own day the noblest element, Z Halutziuth were developed in G ,lj lee. It was there that Jewfafc njo neers first became watchmen' shepherds and ploughmen! tn that the first experiment in ? lective settlement-the Kevuu. —was made. Now that Galilee |, ^ brought, by the Jewish Nation.! Fund, within the area of Zionist settlement, the Yshub watchej every step with breathless e Xpec tation. What a privilege it was to go up to Manita! How ea Wr | the Huleh plans are discussed! \ n our mind's eye we already 5ee grain fields stretching away to the horizon where now the swamp. lands produce nothing but malaria. Let dreamers and phantast, K to India to seek the Lost Tribes beyond the River Sambatyon and •he Mountains of Night. \\V -hall remain in Eretz Israel, knowi* that we shall find them aga n in the fields of Galilee. 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PAGE FORTY-TWO THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAlf FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER M REACHING THE HEARTS AND MINDS OF JEWS (BY RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP, ORLANDO) As another year dawns for the Jewish people, attempts will be made through an ancient ritual and the call of the symbolic shofar to reach the hearts and minds of Jews. Rabbis will do their utmost to prepare words of inspiration and hope for a people almost exhausted from the buffetings of a saddistic world. The modern Jew is placed in the dilemma of the Jews at the time of the heartless Emperor Hadrian of Rome. A Jew happened to pass the emperor one morning and with great respect and humility greeted him. "Who art (him?" demanded the emperor. "1 am a poor Jew. your honor," replied the Jew quietly. "11 o w dare a miserable Jew have the .emer'ty to salute the Emperor of Rome!? Off with his head!" When People who hate the Jew make up their own reasons when their logic fails them. To express vile cruelties on a defenseless minority is the technique used to distract minds from other pressing matters. When an economic system is collapsing it is good to vent governmental pressure on the weak Jew who canot fight back. When governments wish to build up their armame n t s in order to get either colonies or raw materials it is fortunate that there is the weak Jew to utilize as a icapegoat. What short of war can ilc done about mch murderous rreatur e a who l issesa power but ro human heart? Some Jews have tried de ii jring their origin. Some Jews have tried assimilation and intermarriage. Some Jews have given up every vestige of fascination of their great heritage. Non-Jews who have studied Jewish history and Jewish culture are astounded at the richness and brilliance of Jewish achievement. But Jews today lack this knowledge and realization. They run to other faiths little knowing that these other faiths have borrowed almost entirc-'y from Jewish sources. Jews must return to the Synagogue House of Study once more to recapture that inner strength qnd faith which has been their fortress through the centaries. As an eternal people the Jews can only conquer hatred by gaining self-respect and achieving self-ap nre iation. The Jews must in addtion to their mutual help and financial assistance to other Jews, begin to realize that once and for all those who hate the Jew are the human debris who eventually must disappear from the human scene. The record of the Jew through th" ages is an open record. On its varied pages we see t!i" imprint of a people who ever have str'vcn for justice, for peace, for brotherhood, for character. With a prayer of hope that the coming year be marked by more intense study of Jewish Writing! and a deeper delving into the sources of our great heritage, 1 wish my many friends a K'seevo u'chseeme tovo. another Jew heard of the terrible their customs, ceremonies and traditional associations. Some have even changed the : r names and neighborhoods to avoid detection as stemming from the House of Israel. Rut—the finger of Hate has pointed them out. They were still Jews and all efforts to deny one's origin was in vain. Short of suicide is there any other way out, Yes, there is one logical step left for the Jew. The only other way to fight this stupid hatred is to admit that one is a Jew and to face the world as full fledged, informed Jews. Jewish parents must start at once reading their Jewish history hooks. Children must he taught to be"ome familiar with our literature and our great teachings. Jews must live openly and avowedly Jewish :n as beautiful and spiritual manner as possible. fate of his fellow Jew he was more cautious. Seeing the emperor one morning he deliberately walked by him without a word of greeting. "Who art thou?" roared the insulted sovereign. "I am but a poor Jew, oh emperor" answered the Jew. The emperor fumed, "How dare a Jew be so brazen as to pass by the emperor without greeting? Off with his head!" BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAB FLAGLER BARBECUE [598 W. Flagler street m GREETINGS TIN & SHEET METAL WORK Gotten and Downspouts, Skylights, Tanks, Refrigerators, Ventilators, Copper Work, Restaurant and Hotel Work Miami Tin Shop ." %  Hi S. Miami \venue SEASON'S GREETINGS VOSS PAINT CO. INC 17(10 West Flagler Street .MIAMI, FLORIDA If every Jew made a start this Rosh Hashanah there would be noted such a wave of self-respect and such a growth of inner strength that the Jew would face these passing clouds of ignorance and blinding hatred with dignity and fortitude. This Rosh Hashanah could work this miracle if only the hearts and minds of Jews could be reached. Jews must see that those who hate him are wrong! History has proven this before with Haman, Titus, Torquemada and others. Jews must become aware of the beauty and REV. and MRS. A GOLDEN and FAMILY Extend Their Best Wishes for a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year to the Jewish Community of Miami and Miami Beach in particular, and to the House of Israel generally NEW YEAH GREETINGS LUCILLE ANDRE BEAUTY SALON, Inc. lit National Hank Bldg. Germans Opposing Bund Participation New York, (WNS)—The German-American Conference, representing 12 of the major GermanAmerican groups in Greater New York, has split with the pro-Nazi German-American Bund and will not co-operate with the Bund in sponsoring the annual German Day celebration on October 2nd. The break was announced in a statement appearing in the New York* SEASON'S GREETINGS OK PRODUCTS CO. 414 s. W. 22nd Avenue MR. and MRS. MOSES PALLOT and FAMILY AND BRIDGE BAR I 456 W. Flagler Street I &f EXTEND TO ALL &f BEST WISHES FOR I | A HAPPY NEW YEAR ^ er Staats-Zeitung and Herold. The Conference accused the Bund of "splitting into two camps in a critical time American citizens of German origin,' 'asserting that "sincere collaboration with the German-American Volksbund was not only impossible but was constantly prevented by this group." Bund attacks on the Conference were denounced as "unethical," "un-American" and "un-German." The Bund was excluded from the German Day program to avo'd "crazy claims and arrogant threats." The Bund replied to the confe • ence by saying the latter repre Bented only Jewish-minded Germans of New York" and that it ha. betrayed the German people by endeavoring to divide Germans in the United States. Theodor Hoffman, vice-chairman of the Conference and national chairman of th • Stcuben Society of America, was attacked by the Bund as one who "pretend! to be a fuehrer of the German people but is in reality r traitor and a pet of the boycottJew." GREETINGS TODD'S FOUNTAIN SUPPLY CO. .'id s. W. Eighth Street Noted Opera Star Will Not Appear Paris, (WNS)Because of Ila| anti-Jewish decrees, Natalie Bod anskaya, soprano of the New Yon' Metropolitan Opera, has wetM a scheduled appearance a: u, Venice Musical Festival Septemb. 25th. In explaining her action Miss Bodanskaya said: "It j, dj ,' ficult for a young singer to reU to sing for a people she loves a„: in a country so rich in vocal :n. dition, but being a Jew 1 f w | must, after news of measures the Italian government recently ha taken." GREET I N G S BROWN'S SUPER PAINT & BODY SHOP COMPLETE REPAIR SERVl r BUDGET 11. AX .v Miami Ave., m Jth j Pbon l-ti ii "24 Houn of Gulf Service" GREETINGS DR. ROGER W. ARNOLD 221 S. W. 22nd Avenue SEASON'S GREETINGS SHENANDOAH CANDY KITCHEN ")14 s. W. 22nd Ave. SEASON'S GREETINGS DR. VERNON P. COX 127 N. E. First Ave. SEASON'S GREETINGS CARL COCHEMS Voice Builder White Temple Church Studio .MIAMI, FLORIDA GREETINGS DR. HARRY NEWTON CARR Osteopathic Physician 3618 N. E. 2nd Ave. GREETINGS TO MY .JEWISH FRIENDS CLAUDE M. BARNES GREETINGS MIAMI PANTS STORE '208 N. Miami AvenUJ J. D. SIMONS, Pres. WISHING ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR YOU ARE WELCOME AT THE ROMA RESTAURANT 130 Northeast Second Avenue SINCERE WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR Charles Bauman Bakery 251 W. Flagler Street GREETINGS S. M. PERKINS Ingraham Bldg. GREETINGS MIAMI STOVE EXCHANGE Phone 2-6869 1722 West Flagler St. Best Wishes for a Happy New Year JOE REISMAN AT MERLIN'S KOSHER MARKET 320 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH With a Full Line of the Finest i Strictly Kosher Meats and Poultry I



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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIFTY-SEVEN — CONGREGATION BETH DAWD 135 N. W. 3rd Avenue (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi 1029 N. W. 1st Street Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2 21/6 ..— %  Sunday evening, September 25th will usher in Rush Hashanah. Services will begin at sunset with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Cantor Ix>uis Haynian will chant the traditional, liturgic melodies. Rabbi Shapiro will extend the seasonal greetings during the evening service. Monday and Tuesday mornings Mr. Louis Wenkle will chant the Shachraesim and Cantor Louis Ilayman will chant the Musafim. Monday at 10:30 a. m., the Rabbi will discuss the subject: "A glance through the Old Year, 5698." Tuesday at 10:30 a. m., the Rabbl will preach on the subject: "I Accuse"—basing his comments on the oft-ment ; oned expression, "The World versus Israel." JUNIOR SERVICES Special services for the Junior Congregation will be held in the Beth David auditorium. Howard Schwartz, Harold Shapiro and Stanley Hayman will officiate. Parents are urged to send their children to these services from 1 to 12:00. Harold Shapiro will present the aker for both days. Howard S hwartz will speak on the subjects: "Miami Israel's Greatest Problem!" and "What is the Solution?" TEACHER'S MEETING A teacher's meeting will take place Thursday evening, September 29th at the home of the superintendent, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz. Those who desire to teach or become a member of our faculty, will please contact the Rabbi or superintendent. Additional facilities to accommodate all students will be in read'ii and 21 are eligible and are inculcated with the seven objectives of the organization: Patriotism, Judaism, filial love, charty, conduct, purity and fraternity. To reach these objectives its program is divided into religious, cultural, social service, social and athletic programs. Now in its fourteenth year of existence it is guided by the Supreme Council of which Sam Beber of Omaha, Nebraska, the founder, is head. As members of the Southern Region of District 5 chapters in this area have taken an active part in numerous affairs and recently held a state conference at Tampa. Guided by Mr. Milton A. Friedman, national deputy for this district and advisor for the local Miami my disciple—'my master, in wisdom; and my disciple, in that thou hast accepted my words.' ami chapter, the local organization will observe A. Z. A. day on October Kith, when prominent speakers will address the meeting and entertainment will follow. At the recent national convention of the A. Z. A., plans to make this Junior organization take a more active part in the affairs of B'nai B'rith proper were adopted. Older members of the A. Z. A. were urged to attend B'nai B'rith meetings, though this has been the practice in Miami for a long time. The Southern Regional Convention of A. Z. A., will be held at Jacksonville on December 27th, 28th and 2ilth, when oratorical, debating and athletic contests will be the order of the day. Chapters from Charleston, S. C, to Florida have agreed to attend. A. Z A. thus is taking an a.tive part in produc'ng the upstanding, understanding and willing Jew of the future alive to his duties to his country, his people, to all mankind and to himself. If you are interested in your boy's future, this is your chance to help him help himself. .GREETINGS J. Frank Vann "Fleetwood" Refrigerators & Tyler" Market Fixtures SINCERE WISHES rOS A HAPPY NEW YEAR SOUTHERN BEVERAGES, INC. D HTLERSOF HIRES ROOT BEER DOUBLE COLA CLICQUOT CLUB GINGER ALE AND SODA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR mOD€L Laundry GREETINGS l For Free Estimate on I NEON OR SIGN PAINTING Call Alfred Kiburz COMPANY 7-3402 "Complete Sign Service Anywhere in Greater Miami 124 N. W. 79th St. &f OUR SINCERE WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR CTTluLnuS£nA,%7dJa ifeTide ON OCEAN DRIVE AT 12TH AND I 3TH STREETS THE SKYSCRAPER HOTEL ON THE OCEAN* iiiiiiiimiimiiinmmiTm ,MIyillHlt1MII1lllllllllllllHlllllllHri11ltltllltMllltlIII1IIMIItllllltniMMtMlHltinMlilllllIIIIIWMll)IHMIIIIIIMMIIlll BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR f SOUTHLAND NEON CO SIGNS FOR EVERY PURPOSE 224 N. W. 26th Street Phone 2-3705 niiuiiiiiiiiiitiiiiuMiimtiiimiiiii A HAPPY NEW YEAH TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS THE SOUTHERN LAUNDRY 555 S. W. E'ghth Street Phone 2-8423 m Happrt ^faftr T^mx c_>^N wishing you a Happy New Year, The Herald hopes for you every possible blessing that the New Year can bring to you. Hlft Jttiami *pcraUt FLORIDA'S MOST COMPLETE NEWSPAPER Associated Press; United Press; International News Service; Wired Photos (I. N. S. and Wide World).



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THIRTY-THREE RETRAINING JEWISH YOUTH (Left) Two serious students sent to Palestine from Germany by Youth Aliyah, examine a prize hen prior to making a laboratory report to their instructor in Ben Shemen. (Right) In a burst of high spirits some of the 2,000 Jewish boys and girls sent to Palestine by Youth Aliyah dance the Hora before embarking for Haifa. ISRAEL AND AMERICA SPEAK IN TERMS OF ETHICS (Continued from Page 26) born with an ever fresher lustre and beauty. What fools are those who


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PAGE SIXTEEN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, 8EPTRMT PP I OVERTURE-A NIGHTS_DREAM (Continued from Page Fifteen) waiting on horseback outside. You must drink this. It will put you to sleep, and when you awaken you will be with me and my friends in a safe place." He came toward Hans and offered him a flask. "Drink." Was this a trick on the part of his captors? What did it matter? He was going to die in a few minutes anyhow. Hans, still trembling in his fear of death, took the flask and put it to his mouth. It was a strong-tasting stuff. As the liquid took effect, everything seemed to be falling away from him. The cell was enlarging, and the window—the light Was beginning to stream through the window. The same light that meant the end of all light. But as it came through the opening, it bathed the figure of his visitor in a certain radiance. "Mendelssohn!" "Yes, little Hans, it is I. And you are the first ever to offer to die in my behalf. I am much flattered." "In honesty, Herr Mendelssohn, I must tell you that I really prefer Bach, Beethoven, Brahms and Wagner." "That's all right. So do I." "But Herr Mendelssohn, you yourself are—dead." "Some say so. Death is a figure of speech. I am a minstrel in Valhalla, Hans, and my companions, whose steeds await outside. are Brunnhilde, — Siegrunc, — all the nine "But Brunnhilde—they said she too was dead, immolated in the fire. Only lately I have been remembering the music." The visitor laughed. "The Valkyries burn but do not perish. They are like those books they burn. What you have just drunk, little Hans, is the mead of the gods. Tonight, we shall dine together at a great table. Fear not. It has been promised of old that he who lives courageously upon earth shall dwell in Valhalla until that last day, when the gods shall ride forth to battle with the giants for the mastery of earth— and in that battle the brave shall ride forth with the gods." At dawn, the S. S. men. finding the prisoner unconscious in the cell, carried him to the block. "Funked it at the end, the swine. N'o guts, these Marxists." It was after they had laid the inert figure in place; it was after Hir Hiniiiielniacher, the Master Executioner, clothed in his full dress suit and wearing his white kid gloves, had swung the axe—it was just as the head of Hans Brecher fell into the basket, that Herr Hiniiiielniacher heard the clatter of hoofs outside the prison wall. The executioner, from his place on the elevated platform, could see over the walls of the jail. "Must be the undertaker's cart," he thought. "I understand they used a truck." Then he looked away from his work and over the wall. By now, Herr Himmclmacher has entirely convinced himself that he didn't see anything out of the ordinary. A mere superstition. He tells himself that the nature of his work must have unnerved him momentarily. Yet -where before there had been but one taboo which the Master Executioner followed at his calling, now there are always three. Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR ELECTRIC SALES & SERVICE CO. 1550 N. E. 2nd Avenue j He couldn't be sure of anything in that early morning light, but what he thought he saw was the prancing steed, the flashing spear, the flying robes, the great helmet of Brunnhilde herself, just as she appeared in the opera. And whilehe watched, fie thought he saw the steed—rise—and heard a certain trumpet call ring out. He looked quickly at the S. S. men. They were unconcernedly preparing to remove the body. It was apparent that they neither heard nor saw anything. While he stood, astonished, unable even to talk, the Master Executioner heard above the jail courtyard a great cawing, as of giant crows, and the -ky. bearing among th ganghng form of the m %  Hans Brecher-i n his ^ lm-in his homely f ace the of a certain glory. is. Sincere* Wishes for HAPPY NEW YEAK To Our Many ]' r j ends BROOK'S DRUG STORES No. 1-1701 W. Flagler Si No. 2—1698 S. W. -,h St No. 3—2001 N. W. 7th \„. MIAMI. FLORIDA SINCERE GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Hirsch-Fauth Furniture Co. EXCIA SIYE FIRNITIRE Interior Decorators and Importers BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AT FOURTEENTH TERRACE PHONE 1-1669 MAMI BEST WI8HES for a Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAB HOTEL ALCAZAR .1. FRANK GOUGH, Gen. Mgr. Retail Store-1751 Coral Way-Mi Try Our Famous S wi : fre^^ ADd ) ry Prod J DE LUXE ICE CREAM Plant-101 Alton Road-Miami Beach F



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 THE LOST TRIBES ARE FOUND AGAIN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SIXTY-THREE diV AZBIBL KARLBBACH) hi ihe old city of Jerusalem there lives a white-bearded scholar who has a fixed idea about the I 1.11 Tribes. If we could only find them, says he, they would deliver us from all our troubles. If we. being but two tribes, counting: 16,000,000 souls, they, being ten, BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. HORACE L. CARTEE DKXTIST Huntington Bldg. SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR yj ABE ARONOVITZ must by this time have increased to !. And he shows you black on white he, a flawless calculation. Though he is the head of a Yeshiva and a mystic, the old man is a firm bel'ever in modern science. The wireless, he avers, could be Med to trace the Lost Tribes, and the River Sambatyon could easily Se crossed by high-flying aeroplanes; the stones it throws up day and night to keep intruders out could not reach them. He is so f iinly convinced that the Kingdom of the Lost Tribes exists, that he once journeyed to India to enquire where it is. There they told him that it lies beyond Afghanistan. Conscientiously the old scholar assembled all the data he could find about the Ten Tribes and wrote them down in a book together with his own for transferring their armies to Eretz Israel. This book was written and published in the Holy City of Jerusalem, may it be rebuilt and restored speedily and in our day. Amen. When the scholar-mystic and his odd book came to my notice the other day, I sat down and pondered (for the first time, I must admit) the story of the Lost Ten Tribes. It seems incredible, but ihe record is clear; The bulk of :he Jewish nation—ten tribes out of twelve—vanished utterly from the historic scene with the downWISHING MY MANY JEWISH FRIENDS A HAPPY AM) PROSPEROUS NEW YEAH DAN CHAPPELL fall of the kingdom of Israel. Ten great communities, with hundreds of thousands of souls, sank into the waters of oblivion and were heard of no more. Refusing to accept so hard a fact the folk imagination wove legends—bestowing a new lease of life on the Ten Tribes in some far country unknown to geography. In olden times there were as many types of Jews as there were provinces in Eretz Israel. Its vared landscapes produced a diversity of Jewish stock. Endowed with lharply contrasted peculiarities of geography and climate, the provinces brought forth human types corresponding to their own varying quality. Yet despite all differences of character and temperament, the scribes were united by a keen national consciousness. All that was lost with the destruction of the Temple and the State. The diverse autochthonous Jewish types of Eretz Israel were superseded by the single type of the Galuth Jew; and of the diverse Provinces, not a single one was left ;o the nation. The Jews had berome a landless people. Now that the Jewish people is returning to Eretz Israel, the lost tribes are being found again. As by miracle, they spring up from the ancient Jewish soil. In Tel Aviv and Haifa you meet Jewish sailors and fishermen in whose eyes you read anxiety, not of the terrors of the Ghetto, but of the perils of the sea. In the villages you sec women moving with a heavy peasant tread whom you remember tripping lightly in highheeled slippers only a few years ago; and their frank, level glance has no trace of the old coquetish allure. Soon you learn to differentiate the various rural types. You say confidently that this man comes from Emek Jezreel ad that from the Plain of Sharon; that this man ploughs fields with far horizons and that one plants orange saplings where he does not see the grove for the trees. The unchanging features of a countryside which greet a man's eye day in and day out are bound to leave their impress on him. Hence each region creates indiviluals and communities in its own image. Gal'lee is Ihe topic of the day in Eretz Israel. Everyone talks of ihe :100,000 Jews who will be settled on the Syrian and Lebanese lorders "to safeguard the frontiers of the Yishub!" But a few here and there, my humble self among them, rejoice in the revival of Galilee for still another reason: because it produces a sturdy, upstanding Jewish stock of its own. It has always been so. There is a secret virtue in the air or earth of Galilee which manifests itself in its folk. How it happens, no one knows. The writers of the Biole, the Talmud and the Midrash, Josephus, Renan, Pierre Loti, Mapu, Frischman and Brenner, were all intrigued by the riddle of the Galilean character. The isolation of the province, its fertility, the grandeur of its mountains, and the gentle beauty of its valleys have been invoked to solve the riddle. Be the origin of the Galilean type what it may, the men of Galilee have always played a distinctive part in Jewish history. Sluggish, stolid peasants without a thought except for their own clods they seemed and yet time and again they saved the day when the fate of the nation hung in the balance. When Deborah called for help against the C'anaanite oppressor, the Galileans tramped down from their h'lls and turned the scales of victory. When King David tried to unify his kingdom, they lent him 150,000 soldiers. When Hezekah called for pioneer settlers for .Jerusalem, the Galileans were he first to respond. They were always a fearless folk, these Galileans. The decrees jf an Antiochus might throw others into a panic, but not them. In She Hasmonean revolt, they drove >ff the enemy and pursued them nto Acco. In their wholehearted loyalty to the Hasmonean line, they rose against Herod and cut his legions to pieces. At the call of the last Hasmonean King they fought desperately for a lost cause from the caves of Sepphoris. The Gallileans, says the Talmud, /alued honor above all things and lespised material possessions. Only from their midst could Judas the Galilean and his Zealots have sprung. Freedom the one thing (Continued on Page 64) MR. and MRS. S. J. SPECTOR and Family WISH FOR ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR iiiimiiiiimiiiimiiHiiimiifiiiii; mniuiiiintiiHinistmmiiiiiti SINCERE WISHKS TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AM) PATRONS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BASCOM'S TROPICAL BIRDHAVEN Featuring the largest collection of rare birds, ornamental waterfowl. Peacocks. Crown Cranes. Storks. Paradise Ducks. Australian Black. European White Swans, Monkeys. Bower and Aviary Birds, Canaries, Parrots and Macaws. Bird Feed. Suoolies—Aauariums and Aauatir VISITORS WELCOME 1358 W. 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PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT THI JEWISH FLORIDLAJI FRIDAY, SE PTEMBER 23 i^ A NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE (BY RABBI ADOLPH BURGER, TAMPA. FLA. inee llesa for me to i • taeta which are well known to all Jewa who read the various AngloJewish periodicals regarding the .1 wish tragedy throughout the world at the present time. All of ureal'se that the situation of our brethren in Greater Germany, in Poland and some of the other neighboring countries is not better but iworse than it was a year ago. Even the ill 0 St optimistic among US m ist be overwhelmed •.'. ith despair ovei the tra| their result ant effei | upon the miserable ex istenci of t h i Jew, the world*! apegoat. In these days when certain nations are deterined to destroy and exterminate the Jew. politically, economically and socially, there is an emergency call to every Jew, especially those living in democraticcountries, to act energetically and speedily to avoid the greatest catastrophe in the history of the Jew -h people. We have no offensive nor even defensive weapon with which to fight hack our enemies other than by our faith—our faith in God and our faith in ourselves and n the faith that with the help of God we can overcome our adversaries. The Psalmist asks: "Whence cometh my help'.'" and he answer-: "My help cometh from God." Let us not depend too much on human hedp. The last five years have proven to us that no nation other MR. AND MRS. LOUIS GADON Extend Their Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR to RABBI AND MRS. MAX SHAPIRO ;itnl to THE OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS of the BETH DAVID CONGREGATION' BEST WISHES FOR A II API' Y NEW YEAR Aji RAY WRIGHT AUCTIONEER Phone 2-2860 than the United states has even protested against the tortureand the inhuman treatment infl'cted on our people. Our only help ia God. Let US, therefore, not try to hide or to run away from our DC > %  pie or from our religion in this hour of distress. More than ever before we must become more loyal to our sacred heritage. to OUT tradit oils and lustoma wh i c h' will give umore ~t r e n g t h and more moral courto forge on for a brighter future. Our non Jewish friends, lovers of democracy will be on lUr side and we %  an depend upon their moral support. There is a Midrash n which Israel asks God: "When Will OUT r e d e m p t i o n come?" ( Referring to the peri o d of Jewish slavery in Egypt I and the answer was: "All depend! on you yourselves." The -ame principle applies to our perplexities of the present time. Our redemption can come only in the form of self-help inspired by our faith in God. We might express it in the popular aphorism: "God helphim who helps himself." If w • as a people aspire to deserve the respect of all peoples of the earth we must first cultivate selfrespect for our great heritage: the' Torah Including the Bible, the Ten Commandments and our ethics; we must cultivate respect for our own prophets and sages and their teachings. We must manifest respect for our own inherent, God-given gift of the will to exist not merely physically hut also to live spiritually and culturally For reasons of self-respect we must familiarize ourselves with our own Torah. However it is not sufficient merely to study and to know hut we must put these precepts 'nto daily practice—we must live them. Therefore, during the High Holy Days when we chant: "Repentance, Prayer and Charity will avert the evil decree," we must realize that only when we perform all these three acts can we expect salvation. Performing merely one or two of these is not sufficient. 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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23. 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE TWENTY-NINE Justice Not Charity (BY ABRAHAM A. KEI.I.NER) MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION Much has been heard in our community during this past year nbout Federating our communal efforts in the field of charity. Without entering into controversy or engaging in polemics this New Year message will attempt to clarify some issues by its exposition of the meaning of the term, Charity, as understood by Jews. Indeed, the Heb r ew language, rich in content and vast in terminology does not even have a word for charity. "Tzdokoh" as used merely means Justice or a just thing, th e r eb y by implying that the genius of the Hebrew Tong u e considered it "the just thing," to care for our fellow men who are in a less fortunate pos i t i o n than ourselves. T r u ly enough, the Bible has references to, and laws about alms to the needy and help for the poor; it decrees that the homeless, the orphan and the widow, the Levite and Kohan, each share in the blessed yield of the land, yet it does not so in the name of charity as we understand the word, nay, it commands the same in the name of Justice and Just dealings. Divine Law sets up each and every Jew as a Judicial Authority to judge for himself whether it is right and proper for a' few to dwell in sumptions luxuriousness while thousands are denied bread, SEASONS GREETINGS ty A D. F. BLOODWORTH r —sincere Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR Charles G. Hannock Dado Countv Surveyor whether it is just and justifiable to allow the existence of a social order that permits hunger in the midst of plenty. One of the classic texts in the Bible is the admonition found in the Sidrah of Shoftim "Justice, Only Justice Shalt Thou Pursue." This is a command to Judges administerng law who are enjoined to guard its application and at the same time it connotes one of the major elements in the unity of Jewish life. It is an injunction to the individual Jew as well, wherein he is admonished to do the "J u s t" | thing, act "Justly," and to see to it that everyone receives his "Just" share in the blessings of the land. "Justice, Jus-1 tice shalt thou pursue," is the' Bible guarantee! that an individual, be he poor, downtrodden and helpless will be dealt with fairly and justly, it is also a most definite pronouncement on the doctrine of Social JustVe. The latter term in the Biblical sense included responsiBAPPY NEW YEAR D. C. COLEMAN MIAMI. FLORIDA BEST WISHES for a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR LOUIS McREYNOLDS CITY FINANCE DIRECTOR MIAMI, FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR J. A. WHEELER A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL J. N. (NEWT) LUMMUS TAX ASSESSOR FOR DADE COUNTY bility to each individual as well as communal obligat'on. These are concepts that are not strange to one who deals with Jewish religious studies, they embody ideals and principles that are not new to the observant and learned Jew. Our great leaders of old were ever ready to attack with courage existing social ills, incorporating at the same time, social and humanitarian aims into Jewish law. They were not content with much admired moral postulates; instead they proceeded to deal w'th the BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAB George Worley STATE'S ATTORNEY BEST WISHES ]•• %  IB A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS. W. I). (Bill) Joyce HAPPY NEW YEAR Judge H. L. Oppenborn A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL J. W. Watson, Jr. City Attorney MIAMI, FLORIDA BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR C. N. Grimshaw Chief Investigator CITY OF MIAMI GREETINGS Baker's Service PHONE 4-5443 1601 S. W. 32nd Aveiuio Starter and Generator Work Woco-Pep — Tiolene Motor Oils GENERAL REPAIRS SPECIAL ATTENTION TO ALL MAKES OF WATER PUMP8 AND SYSTEMS BEST WISHES for a HAPPY & PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR 'J J. Lamar Paxson COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR DADE COUNTY problems and perplexities of their day in a manner most concrete. The To rah concerns itself with the welfare and happiness of the individual as it cements the foundation of an order that alms for the improvement of the social fabric of our civilization. That is why Leaders in Israel must be ever alert when the great cause of Tzdokoh is at stake. We cannot and dare not allow this foundat'on stone of Jewish life to degenerate into mechanical collections and institutionalized disbursements. If Federated Welfare activities will acheve the goal of reaching each and every member of the Jewish community, then their coming into being will indeed be a blessing, yet we must forever be cautious not to create the impression that one substantial contribution, to a cause however inclusive is the sum total of one's obligations towards his people. We must not fail to bear in (Continued on Page 40) I GREETINGS ... j ERNIE SEILER RECREATION DBPT. MIAMI, FLORIDA 1£ Sincere Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MY JEWISH FRIENDS ...J BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR H. W. (BOH) RALSTON W. Cecil Watson Clerk of Criminal Court BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR Daniel P. Galen Municipal Judge MIAMI BEACH SINCERE WISHES for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR ft RALPH C. POLE Justice of the Peace MIAMI BEACH TO MY MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES W. H. PEACE BlILDING INSPECTOR Extends Best Wishes for A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL JUDGE W. F. 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n PAGE FIFTY-FOUR THE JEWISH FLOBDDIAN FRIDAY. PTEMBK FAMILY TREE OF ANTI-SEMITISM (Continued from Page 43) theorists. In Mein Kampf he acknowledges his debt to Viennese anti-Semitism. The ritual murder trials in Hungary and Bohemia, a few years before he came to the capital, probably had some effect. The student riots at the University also must have impressed him greatly. Then there was George von Schoenerer, who founded the anti-Jewish Christ : an Social Party. And I.ueger the lawyer, who became mayor of Vienna in 1897. But the writers—they were the thing; they made the real impression. And of all the Jew-baiting writers and theor-sts in the Empire of Franz-Josef, none could hold a candle to Doctor August Rohling. Professor of Hebrew Antiquities at the University of Prague, appointed by His Majesty the Emperor himself. As far back as 1871 the Herr Professor had brought out his remarkable book, "The Talmud Jew" (Der Talmudjude.) Hundreds of thousands of copies of the work were sold. It conta : ned all sorts of quotations from and interpretations of the Talmud, tending to show the perfidy, the hypocrisy and the danger of Judaism. It seemed to make no difference that scholars agreed that the quota| tions were forgeries, and the inter%  pret?tions unwarranted. For was not Rohling a professor imperially appointed, and did he not indeed j invite the Jews to sue him for lij bel if his statements were false? Rohling knew that he could not be sued. Rabbinical opinion had declared that the Talmud had no canonical significance for Judaism. To vilify it, therefore, could not mean vilifying the Jewish religion. The worthy professor went up and down the country, offering to appear in lawsuits against Jews, testifying that Jews' statements under oath need not bind them. His actions, which apparently could not be repudiated by the Jews, had served to heighten anti-Semitic feeling, had brought a tension into the everyday life of the Austrian Jews. As a final straw, he offered iitniMiiiiimiiimi iniiiiiiiiiiniiii Sinceresi Wishes To Our I Jewish Friends for a Happy New Year Reed Furniture I Mfg. Co. 1023 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH 7350 X. Miami Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA MMMMIMiHiii.iiiiii "•' iHimimiiiiiiiiii iimmmi'iiH miimiiimmiiiiliin nun nil i mini t to testify in a ritual murder trial. He said he could prove that it was a Jewish sacred ceremony to shed the blood of a non-Jewish virgin, and that such a ceremony was more than acceptable to the God of the Jews. The papers were full of the story. It went unanswered, then the whole flimsy house of security would come tumbling over the ears of Jews everywhere. Rohling did not go unanswered Out of the provinces came a modest Rabbi. His name was Joseph Samuel Bloch, and he deserves a special chapter in the book of fighters against falsehood and bigotry. Rabbi Bloch tells the story thus: There was nothing left but to brand the man publicly and thus to compel him to appeal to th


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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE TWENTY-FIVE ISRAEL AND AMERICA SPEAK IN TERMS OF ETHICS Continued from Page Twenty-Four) better and more beautiful to live. The contentment of the great mass of men, the preservation of their independence, their right to happiness, the guarantee of their economic security and spiritual heritage, have been the aims of Jewish leaders for centuries. The dignity of the average citizen, the preservation of his right to life, liberty and happiness—these are American's creeds and for these America fought valiantly and unflinchingly. But when we turn to the daily reports of outrages in Nazi-lands and read acounts of brutal disregards of the elementary rights of human beings, heartless and inhuman abuse of the person and honor of thousands of distinguished men and women—the whole world is shaken in its faith and confidence. In contrast, however, the voice of America, once again, this year came as spiritual and intellectual refreshment, especially to those of us born and bred in this land of freedom. It sounded like a resurgence of the nobler side of American tradition. It gave confirmation of our faith in American ideals. It rekindled the light in the Statue of Liberty as a symbol of hospitality to the oppressed. Once more, it seems America was speaking in terms of ethics as the youngest republic, its ideals still untarnished with regard to minority rights. President Roosevelt has spoken many times of tolerance, democracy, equality of opportunity, but at the Evian Conference through the Representative, Mr. Taylor, it was the first direct intrusion of the American Government since the advent of Hitler, to express publicly a deep and practical concern as to what our duties and responsibilities may be under the circumstances. As Presid e n t Roosevelt emphasized — "Our country is and shall always be interested in the oppression of minorities." The conference relative to the oppressed refugee problem introduced a new note of humanitarianism in the crass struggle of national interests and ambitions that is now being fought out on the European continent. The action has evoked a tremendous volume of enthusiastic support all over the world. We knew once the nations came together and the moral impulse began to cool and each considered its own particular interests, much of what was anticipated from this conference was dissolved and destroyed in discussion. But (this is the important factor) as an expression of the outrage felt by the civilized nations with what is now going on in Europe—it gives deep satisfaction to the best citizenship of the American Republic —the fact that America spoke out in terms of ethics, in terms of minority rights. America took the initiative. It is indeed a sad commentary on our present civilization that we witness the conditions that exist in Europe today. It is almost unbelievable that at this day and age after what the world has gone through that it is possible for one nation to move into another and conquer what was once a free and happy people. And not one can be happy in the world as long as such conditions are permitted. I feel confident somehow that these conditions cannot endure. The decency of the world revolts against them. I am sure that the great message of the great President of the United States with regard to refugees made a profound impression on the chancellories of Europe. At least there is one land that says: "Shame on your outrageous conduct!" Secretary of State Hull defined the policy and attitude of this country in a very clear statement delivered a few days ago before the Press Club of Washington, D. C. He described in diplomatic languag that there is a menace in Europe. And I emphasize that there is a menace in Europe today and with all the cannons, with all the machine guns, tanks and all brute force employed, I am certain that the enlightened public opinion of the world will soon crush that menace. Permit me, this Rosh-Hashonoh, through the Jewish Floridian, to address both Jews and Christians. Understand this:— We Jews desire not vengeance! Let me speak rabbinically and candidly. There is an idea prevalent that Judaism is an unforgiving religion, relentless in its exaction of justice, sanctioning and even insisting on the infliction of merited punishment, and while exhorting to love of one's neighbor teaches neither mercy nor love for transgressors or forgiveness tot he enemy. That the law of Moses and its exposition by the Rabbis is austere and ragourous and instead of sentiments, of clemency and mildness—it im] plants in its votaries feeling of vengeance and rancor. That this is an erroneous view of Judaism must be apparent to every unbiased student of our sacred literature. But, alas, the unbiased are so few and scarce. Judaism has shared the fate of the Jew. Similarly, it has been misjudged and continually found fault (Continued on Page Twenty-six) HOLIDAY GREETINGS Edsinger Hotel 1244 Ocean Drive .MIAMI BEACH COMPLIMENTS E. C. THRALL General Agent National Fire and Marine Insurance Co. CONGRESS RLDfl. SEASON'S GREETINGS Southern Fish Market 920 Biscayne Street MIAMI BEACH HAPPY NEW YEAR PACCETTI AND SIMMONS 1646 S. W. 27th Avenue MIAMT. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR Edison Theatre 7501 N. E. 2nd Avenue MIAMT, FLORIDA %  ii %  i SEASONS GREETINGS Thompson's Garage 2025 N. W. Miami Court MIAMI, FLORIDA A HAPPY NEW YEAR CLUB LATINO and FELICIO MENDEZ 38 N. W. Fifth Street A HAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Jewish Clients and Friends RING, MAHONY & ARNER Certified Public Accountants MIAMI MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS A. R. 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PAGE THIRTY-TWO THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN FRIDAY. 8EPTEMRBP 23, ES^s&fStfSE*: S*2S*S->S>2S DR. FRANK CORET I'n id. in of the Florida Federation of B'nai It'rith I .edges ... A VERY HAITY HAPPY NEW YEAR PAUL K. JENKINS, M. D. Lincoln Medical llldg. 541 Lincoln Road MIAMI REACH, FLA. + A TIMID SOUL # •M-^r-T'IC-s? Dr. and Mrs. Edward Roth and Son FELICITATIONS TO ALL SINCERE WISHES for a Happy and Prosperous New Year DR. E. THOS. KINSEY 320 N. W. Seventh Ave. Phone 3 2005 Editor's Note.—We are indebted to Mr. William Taradaxh for permission from the author, a non-Jew. to reprint this story which appeared recently. To those familiar with the exile of Prof. Sigmund Freud, this slory is quite apropos. My war ended Easter morning, 1918, in n field near Le Cateau. "Compound fracture, left femur; third-degree burns, chest and back; possible fracture of skull," I heard the old doctor say. The young doctor bent over me. "Another of those forty-hour fliers." he growled. "Sending these half-trained kids up against aces is plain murder." I did not hear anything more for a long t'me. When I got back home to New York everybody said I did not look like a man who had been shot down in flames. They said I looked fine. My firm gave me hack my old job. I lasted four days. Work on i easy I could not do at all now. Every little sound rasped my raw nerves. For hours I would cry. In camp and at the front I had been haunted by the fear of fear. Now all the old fears came back and brought with them new ones. I was afraid to live and afraid to d'e. A dozen doctors, a dozen ures, did me no good. I got worse. Finally, as a last hope, my people sent me over to Kronzak to see Dr. Isaac Israel. All that most people know about Kronzak is that it gave Dr. Israel to the world. I found it one of those tiny free states away in the mountains of mid-Europe, a contented little country, just poor enough to be left alone, just rich enough to be happy. (RY RICHARD CORREI.L) His country was proud of Dr. Israel, its world-famous son. In a drowsy rural village, which had not changed in a century, lived this man who had changed the thought of the world. To him men from many lands brought their broken minds to be made whole again. Great doctors came, too, to sit at his feet and study his method. Dr. Israel lived in a modest farmhouse his grandfather had built. He was in his fifties then, a frail man with a beard already white. Care lines were et hed deep in his sensitive face as if he had made the woes of all his patients his own. He had the wisest. gentlest eyes I ever saw. Thrice a week I spent an hour in his old-fashioned study. It was not like going to a doctor at all. Il was Ike having a quiet talk with a father who understood your doubts and despairs because he had felt them himself. It is not easy for a man to empty out the pockets of his soul. But his com'in mini mi nun iimmmmiii / '"in iimiiiiimiiiH miMiiiiiuMiimimm IUIIHIIIII Dr. mid Mrs. Jos. B. Margolis | AND DAUGHTER Extend to All Their Relatives and Friends Sincere Wishes for a VERY HAPPY MAY YEAR MinillllllllllllllllHllllHIIIIM1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM)IIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIh. illllllllllllllinilllMIIMIIIIIIHilHMMIMHiUUIIIIUIinillllHHIIIItllUHIttltllllllllll Dr. and Mrs. Barney Weinkle and Family Extend to All Their Relatives and Friends BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR passion and tolerance made it easier. Slowly I began to find myself. I also began to find out something about him. He was selless in his devotion to his science, and, though never physically strong, he drove himself relentlessly in his quest for the secret springs that make some men sinners and some saints. By day he saw h's patients. In the village there were always a score or more of tortured men and women who had come to him for help. By night, he worked late on one of those thin, lucid Iniokof his. which, in a hundred pages, said more of value to humanity than most men say in a lifetime. What little time he had left for a personal life was simply spent. He had a garden and he loved it. I remember his childish pride when a pumpk'n pie he had raised won a prize at the local fair. His other relaxation was to play the cello in a string quertet consisting of himself, his wife, his son and the village barber. I had been his patient for three months when Erno Grodd came to the village. He caused a minor stir because he was a rarity, a native of Kronzak who had no regu lar work or fixed abode. Grodd was ragged, and he was weary from much wandering. The carpenter in whose house I lodged gave him food, a place to sleep, and a job counting sh'ngles. From my window I watched Grodd at work. He was thirty but he moved like seventy. As he did his simple task slowly and badly, he made me think of a dog I once saw. part terrier, part mastiff, a scared and spiritless thing, with (Continued on Page 38) ELRY STONE Se.-retary of. the Florida Fed w ation of B'nai B'rith Lodges 11 '"'m i ii lua Dr. and Mrs. Milton Saslaw Wish All Tlnir Priendi and Relatives a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR """" """!• I IIV |„__ NEW YEAR GREETINGS Alton Road Hospital 799 Alton Road MIAMI BEACH Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Rosenthal and Family Extend to All Their Relatives and Friends Sincere Wishes for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR IIHtUIIINIIINtHMII[||MHItMtllMHIH'lllIIIHIMlllir I\ I DR. HAROLD RAND Extends Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL HIS RELATIVES AND FRIENDS Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Finn Extend to All Their Relatives and Friends Sincere Wish,. for a Very HAPPY NEW YEAR JjJ &f l i> BEST WISHES pdB A HAPPY NEW YEAR DR.J. HOLDEN BECKWTH EXODONIST Ingraham Bldg. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIFTY-NINE !. M. 1.1. NOTES E. Albert Pallot. past president of the Y. M. H. A., general chairman of the seventh annual ball, reports that Dr. Harold Rand. chairman of the time and place omntittee immediately secured the beautiful Civic Center, location of our Pst three affairs for th's annual ball. Program chairmen will in' Harry Gordon and Nat Rlum,, irg will hand'e the ticket chairmanship! Doe. Samuel Beekman will handle the receiots as treas iirer. Far th? first time a young lady w'll work with the Y. M. H. A on this affair, Mies Ida Englcr his been appointed to take care of all s"cretarial work, publicity will be in charge of the TV present scribe, Harry S hwartz. i: iservat'ons will have at its head Mr. I von Liberman and on the reception committee our president. Milton A. Friedman will he in charge with all pres'dents and a-t oresidenta of the Y. M. H. A., Y. W. H. A. and Junior Division isting him. A new comm'ttee chairman was added namely. Herman Weitaman, picture chairman. Every member of the organization is u-eed to take an active part on any of the abive commitI i anil helo make this seventh annual, the biggest and best to date. Working with each and ev, %  ••>• committee will be our Executive Dire tor, Mr. Maurice Gross man. Help us and you will eventually be reaping the harvest. *"*****< Billy Merlin is ticket chairman assisted by Abe Berkowitz, Sam BadaneS, ('harl'e Adelman. Milton Friedman, Kay Shoehet, Gertrude Mandcll and Harry Schwartz. Tickets are now on sale. I'ri e per couple $1.00. Talk it up among your friends and lets get a real spirited crowd out to help celebrate this Yom Kippur holiday. •^^ A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR BEVIS MOTOR CAR CO. 4212 Florida Avenue Phone S-4919 TAMPA, FLA. A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR GUARANTY TITLE CO. P. If. ROBIN, President I )7 Twigg Street, Tampa, Florica SAM BLANK Treasurer of tltc Greater Mia.-ni Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds Continuing the custom of previous years the Y. M. H. A. and its aff bates will sponsor a post Yom Kipour dance and festival Wednesday night, October 5th, at the American Legion Home, 6600 N. E. Biscayne Boulevard. The Sioga Fraternity has enlisted their entire membership to cooperate with Nat Blumberg, chairman of this function. j A HAPPY NEW YEAB | Southern Magic Co. Headquarters for Magicians | 304 E. Tyler St. MAGIC TRICKS j JOKES. WIGS, NOVELTIES I TAMPA, FLA. i LEVY DRUGS, INC. 302 S. Morgan Street TAMPA, FLA. EXTENDS TO ALL JEWRY A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR A HAPPY NEW YEAR You Can Prove There Is Economy in Baying Your Office Supplies Just Phone M-1345 CROSIER and GALLIHER 105 Zack St. TAMPA. FLA. "We supply ALL your office needs at prices that will please you" BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR FLORIDA BATTERY SERVICE PRESTO-LITE BATTERIES PHONE 6030 224 Lakevi. w Avenue WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS YOUNG'S "DEPENDABLE" B. O. YOUNG, Proprietor FLOOR COVERINGS FURNITURE SHADES Corner Florida and Michigan Avenues PHONE 2316 TAMPA. FLORIDA To Our Patrons and Many Friends Throughout TAMPA and FIORIDA We Extend Our Best Wishes for^a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TAMPA BAKING CO. 4301 Florida Ave %  g-" 1 TAMPA S OWN RADIO FAMOUS BAKERY The Only Jewish Baker on Florida's Went Coast HAPPY NEW YEAR We Have Them R. C. A., Victor. Arvin, Stewart Warner. Sparton. Phltco All Wave Radios AS LITTLE AS $1X0 DOWN Balance easy weekly payments CITY RADIO SERVICE RADIO HOSPITAL Tel. Y-E4"6 1422 7th Ave. "Easiest Terms in Tampa" BEST WISHES for a Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR —o— THE UNITED PAPER CO. TAMPA, FLA. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Hvde Park Service Station l*i tit Avenue and Bogle TAMPA, FLA. Gl'B sWKNDsiiN and FRED 8WENDSON Phone ll-1wi ,, A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEWYEAR TO ALL BERGER & RACHELSON, Inc. DISTRIBUTORS OF Plee-Zing Quality Products TAMPA, FLORIDA llltlllM1IIIIIIIIIIMIIIItll'HIIIIMIIt(lllltlllllHlllllllMMtllMlllllltlllMIMHIHIMIMimi:"M1llllllllimitlimHMI IIMIIMHIIIIIIIIIIIM WISHING ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR ELT WITT CIGAR CO. TAMPA, FLORIDA LYKES BROS OF TAMPA Wish You All A Prosperous New Year BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEWYEAR Corral, Wodiska y Ca. (Incorporated) Manufacturers of HI inn linn mi it tin.mil Hill ill.HIIMMMIIIM HHim BERING > CLEAR HAVANA CIGARS a I'" 1 i P. O. Box 376 TAMPA, FLORIDA -^.-.> i i .i'^<*SS' : *^* : *^* ; *^* : *^* : *^ < '^' : '^' : '^' : *^' : '^' : *^* : '^'''^^^I



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PAGE FIFTY EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER • | DOROTHYw DAVID Cxt>&oe JEWISH LIFE CONGREGATION BETH JACOB Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES 326 MESCHELOFF. Rabbi Jefferson Avenue •Phone 5-1328 MAURICE O. MAMCHES. Cantor 726 Meridian Avenun 'Phone 5-2013 %  Wirf %  < %  .. _'._ The cover-design which has set a new style for Jewish religious school textbooks. Ihis i'lu.-tralion of Dorothy and David setting out to explore thlife of the Jewish community was drawn for the new Union of American Hebrew Congregations publication by I.i.uiKabrin. well-!.noun Cincinnati artist. The cover is printed by the off-set process in blue and rose on a stone-grey cloth background. OLD CUSTOMS FOR THE NEW YEAR (BY RABBI MORDECAI L. BRILL) While the Jews of Palest'ne observe all holidays with a one-day celebration, Rosh Hashanah is an exception and is observed two days even by Palestinian Jewry. XXX Many Jewish holidays have special d'shes associated with the day. On New Year's eve it is customary to eat fruit dipped in honey. The prayer that prcedes the eating reads: "May it be Thy will to renew unto us a good and sweet year." Ultra-Orthodox Jews do not eat nuts on Rosh Hashanah because the numerical value of the Hebrew words for nut, 'egoz,' is equivalent to that of the Hebrew word for sin—'chat.' Red apples were the special delicacy of the French Jews during the Middle A-res, while the Jews of th" Province ate the head of ^heep and white grape-. X X x' Pious Jews fast most of the ten pen'tential days from New Years to the Day of Atonement, but not on the dam immed'ately preceding Yom Kippur, on which fasting is forbidden. Rabbi Johonan (2nd century teacher) held that on New Year's Day three kinds of record books are opened: those for the completely righteous and for the completely wicked are at once written up and sealed, the one to life and the other to death; but the books of "the great middle class' are kept open for ten days (till the Day ot Atonement* that they may repent. Kepentame was the s!na qua nun if one wanted to expiate for sins. All other forms of expiation were conditional upon repentance. XXX If tradition is to be believed it was on Rosh Hashanah that Joseph was freed from imprisonment anil the Hebrew slaves stopped Working for Pharoah. X x x It is impossible for the first day of Kosh Hashanah to fall on .Sunday, Wednesday or Friday. XXX Today it is not permissible to blow Shofar on Rosh Hashanah if the Holiday occurs on a Saturday NEW YEAR GREETINGS The Rabbi, Cantor, Sexton, together with the officers of the congregation and Sisterhood, and their respective Boards of Directors, extend to our members, the l.uish community and all Israel. Bincereat wishes for a year of God's blessing. HOI.Y DAY SERVICES The synagogue s open to all who wish to pray with us throughout the year. Servi es are held daily at 7:00 and 8:00 a. m., and at 8:00 p. m. Holy Day services will be held at 0:00 evenings and it S:00 mornings. Rosh Hashanah l> iritis Sunday evening, September 25th, and extends through Monday to Tuesday night. Individuals and families unable t'i pay for seats during the holidays will be given free tickets gladly on application at the synagogue office. Rabbi Mescheloff will preach Monday morning on th" subject: "R'ghts, Plights and Hopes." On but in the ancient Temple at Jerusalem Shofar was sounded every New Years Day, even if it fell on the Sabbath. XXX On the New Year and the Day of Atonement Jews wore wh'te, originally as a sign of joy, but later on the custom came to be associated with the white shrouds worn by the dead. XXX Most recent of all Rosh Hashanah customs is the practice of sending New Year cards. It did not begin until the middle of the l'Jth century. mum. imiiiHHCiii iimniciiciimii iiimi nuiii BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR LEON STOLLER MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES FOH A HAPPY NEW YEAR HAYWOOD Auto Repair 1160 S. W. 5th Street JAKE J OE D ENT KRAFT ENTURE ^LEANER Dent-Kratt Denture Kleaner cleans all kinds of dentures and works equally well on Vulcanite, Hecolite, Resovin, Luxene as well as any metal plates or removable work. Used with a good stiff plate brush it will remove all stains and mucus coating in two to three minutes and keep the plate like new If used each morning. No soaking or waiting. No injurious effect on plate. Tested for five years with perfect resuits. Sold in 4 ounce c.ans .6 months supply) for 50c. Your druggist can obtain it from his jobber. Dent-Kraft Products Co. 1011 Conffrcu I'Mg. MIAMI, FLORIDA %  •>' %  1.1-.: %  i t 23^938 CONGRATULATIONS Mazel Tov to Mr. and Mrs F .r I %  ** %  th K eir —* marria 'e X Mr. Zelenka, born in the Pana! Canal Zone, and Miss Delnicfc ho in Canada, met in California Z I were ""Tied at the home of R allh I Mescheloff, Miami Reach. We S Tuesday morning he will preach them God-speed on their on "Is Rel from Judai Mamches together with a choir of well trained voices will chant the services. norning ne will pwra "w vo-speea on their ne • igion a part of or apart journey, on the ship of matrimony lism?" Cantor Maurice Mr. Zelenka is employed h<,i HEBREW SCHOOL Registration is continuing during week day afternoons. Parents are Urged to enroll their children in our daily school now. Ensure yourselves for the new year with the happiness of your children's acquisition of a Jewish outlook and background. ARK AND BBEMA COMPLETE Our synagogue wfll be open afternoons for inspect inn. Many have been attracted by the beauty nf our new Aron Kodesh and neema made of Southern marble and erected in memory of the late Philfp I.iberman. This marble addition in an original des'gn makes our new synagogue building one of the most beautiful in the South. Fleischer studios. •"Ployed by th e HAPPY NEW YEAR Surfside Barbecue 7305 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Florida BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. MAX TOBIAS AND FAMILY and the SHENANDOAH GUARANTEED SEA FOODS 1715 S. W. Eighth Street GREETINGS ANY RADIO REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT -50cEstimates Free—Parts E X | ra WHY PAY MORE. WE (ALL ANYWHERE QUALITY AND SERVICE BINCE 1924 WHOLESALE RADIO CO PHONE 2-2360 14 8. W. Second AY venue WISHING ALL JEWISH CITIZENS A HAPPY NEW YEAR Florida Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Corporation PHONE 3-3558 -" BISCAYNE BLVD. SINCERE WISHES FOB A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR S. H. KRESS &C0. 5-10-25c STORE East Flagler Street MIAMI. FLORIDA HUMID iiiniimiii.ntHwi" '."" ii"mm 11 % % %  iiiinimi: IIICIMCI „, A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY I •IK WISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS BEST BATTERY CO. | 1599 W Flagler St.—Phone 3-3212 j Batteries—Auto and Marine •EXPERT WORKMANSHIPGUARANTEED SERVICE21 BOUR SERVICE NEW] YEAR GREETINGS COMMUNITY RADIO CO. Philco-:-R.C.A.I Victor Guaranteed Repair Service j "The Pioneer Radio 8tore j of Miami Beach 1659 Lsnox Avenue Phone 54002 JAMES W. SCULLY. Mgr. I NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS SOUTHERN COLD STORAGE CO. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Cold Storage Facilities Fruits Vegetables Produce Seeds—Seaboard Trackage 1701 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 3-1219 FREE Present This Ad at Our Plant and Receive 50 Cents Free Work on Each Dollar or Over lAl'.VORV iiMiiimiiiiiiHoiii.iUMMmmiiiiimtiiiic 11 ,„„ niiiinw mww 1237 Twentieth Street Miami Beach FOR SERVICE CALL 53143 OUR SINCERE WISHES l-< R A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR $ DRINK NEHI PAR-T-PAK R. C. COLA NEHIPRODUCTS NEHI BOTTLING CO. 540 N. W. 24th 8treet Phone 3-6287



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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLORDDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 193a SINCEREST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS and CUSTOMERS Dade Awning: Co. 1000 S. W. Eighth Street MIAMI 1150 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH 200,000 Jews Trapped in Austria GREETINGS BEHNE Printing Co. 173 N. E. First Street MIAMI FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS SMITTY'S Service Station 2469 S. W. 17th Avenue MIAMI FLORIDA Sincere Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR Lincoln Beautv Salon Minnie Earle Butler— Margaret O'Brien 122 Lincoln Rd.. M. Beach SEASON'S GREETINGS from Richard A. Belsham Structural Engineer MIAMI. FLORIDA BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR FIRST STATE BANK of MIAMI SPRINGS + I BEST WISHES for a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW VKAR y Dr. Harry E. Fry DENTIST 7. E. Flagler Street A HAPPY NEW YEAR Madame M. H. Rodriguez ftM N. E. Firtt Avenue i '•Prtect Maiden Bratiieret" (1) Vienna's Jewish shops undergo boycott blockade. (2) Public degradation of Jews is a popular form of sadism In Austria. (3) Free kitchens subventioned by the Joint Distribution Committee are the only means v cf sustenance for thousands of Vienna's Jews. (4) Viennese Jews besiege Polish Consulate for visas. A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OP MY FRIENDS Hayner H. Bloom J BEST WISHES FR V HAPPY NEW YEAR FARR TOURS INCORPORATED 'FARR TOURS ARK FAR BETTER" 527 Collins Avenue PHONE 5-2069 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS CHAMBERLIN Weatherstrip Co. Inc. 507 N. E FIRST AVENUE PH< i.VE MIAMI. FLORIOA GREETINGS TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS DE LUXE MARKET 140S S %  '• SIXTH STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA A HAPPY NEW YEAR FLORIDA PLATING CO. M B ithweat ilrst Street MIAMI, FLORIDA GREETINGS CHILI JACK Miami .Original Maker of Real Mexican Dishes Genuine Mexican Chili Con Carne —Hot Tamales— Enchiladas PHONE 2-9835 1032 Biscayne Boulevard Established 1921 + + HAPPY NEW YEAR FR' 111 CHRISTEN AIR-CONDITIONING, INC. 117 N. E. 1ITH STREET DISTRIBUTORS FOR WESTINGHOUSE AIR CONDITIONING BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR EL IDEAL RESTAURANT 34 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE SIN( ERE WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR CONKLE AND COMPANY BAR FIXTURE HEADQUARTERS 603 N. E First Avenue Phone 2-8362 That the New Year May Be Full of Joy and Happiness La the Sincere Wish of MR. AND MRS. FRANK KATZ < Operators of UNITED KOSHER MARKET 166 N. W. FIFTH ST. PHONE 3-2270 Where l • Finest in FRESH POULTRY and QUALITY WESTERN BEEF, Strictly Kosher, may be had at Very Reasonable Prices r SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND I'ATRi >N8 BALDWIN MORTGAGE CO. BALDWIN INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc. PHONE 2-8181 SEYBOLD BLDG. MIAMI A HAPPY NEW YEAR MONTSALVAGE AND DRANE DISTRIBUTORS OF Optimo Cigars SINCERE WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND (I STOMERS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAS HOLLEY DEPARTMENT STORE 217 Coral Way Coral Gables F. N. Holley Five and Ten Store 2136 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR PARAMOUNT GLASS CO. 3444 Northwest 27th Avenue PHONE 34285 A BAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY JEWISH CU8TOMER8 We are in a position to offer steady and lucrative • ployment to Jewish men or women. REAL SILK HOSIERY MILLS, Inc. 1206-07 Congress Bldg. PHONE 2-4347 OliafflLLflUnDRV • • D RY c L e ft n i n G ••



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I PAGE FIFTY THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRroAY, BEPTEMREP ^193! %  ;%  %  *— A. FRANK KATZENTINE Owner and Operator, The Personnel and Staff of STATION W K A T The Station in the Nation's year round playground Extends sincere wishes to all Jewry for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR ^



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PAGE EIGHTEE.V THE JPWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, 8EPTEMBEB 23 iaaft DEMOCRACY AT HOME atiaa*d from Pare T*te> '"--*---:• -• / r i .oaUt % %  %  %.. r. -•>.. 1 i- • --;.*..-..-. .a-.. %  •* when anfa • i %  • .----. taxation *7K*IB that %  -~ • • hi '. %  r, .:* a srrea-.er i • oane that we %  ad averafc M higher ita that %  %  £-•; %  • • agates ..-. & all '• ban* honl • • airan teeing I (at .--. war. raH %  •' I u tee that <• %  I off, %  an'i I nnds for him and fi', precisely what told. In ret irn f i doing I i for it with hi conscii r evei with hia immortal On form of 'i<-m'. £: that :r. a free -• %  ';• -.-i% .-.-----.--.-.%  rides thesa. a ;e~ .-a: he hai*"-; B I f ting --hatrc srtj ra'. hatrt -a :ir. • ••:. ) t OUT .... MAY THE NEW YEAH BRLVG HAPPINE8S, JOY AND PROSPERITY TO ALL nl|; FRIENDS AND PATRON'S AND T'.ALLJEWBT BELVEDERE HOTEL 843 Euclid Avenue Phone 5-214^ MIAMI BEACH thing -..'.a: '.'.a: da a.-. ha • -.--. a lot of %  I %  the A • i • • an instant •*.;. %  %  • Kgest %  ... %  form of f rom a oV I • i ..•;.. and from • .;••'•-. .r own risks, and bear their own is abf re. A HAPPY NEW YEAR W. KEITH PHILLIPS Distr THE SUN LIPE j ASSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA 731 fag] ; '.. : g. Phone 2-5514 — i """ { To <' ir Many Friends and Acquaintances ;i Most Happy and Prosperous New Year MOUSELY Service Station 302 Collins Ave. MIAMI BEAI II. FLA. |w"E EXTEND BEST WISHES j } OR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAH B. W. Thacker Adding Machines and T> pei riter -Sold. Rented. Re{ built. Exchanged. Aaft about | our Rental I'urrha-.< ontract PHONE 2-0ii.- 123 V E. Pint Street SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR I SEVEN-UP BOTTLING CO. Vi %  %  %  — I u SIM ERE WISHES TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATBOX8 FOR A MOST HAPPY AM.) PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR u 'if JUNE DAIRY PRODUCTS CO. INC. 1773 N. W. Seventh Avenue i i THE GOLDSTROM BAKING CO. j 1349 Washington Avenue Miami Beach EXTENDS TO ALL I BEST WISHES POR A HAPPY NEW YEAR 111 I Niccley Funeral H ome MIAMI BEACH EXTENDS TO ALL ITS JEWISH FRIENDS SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR *1S04-^M >*&i+nm.-4 a^* .SBBrl ? I f t-**im+ rim**



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fKIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 138 THE JEWIIH FLOUDIAH Chamberlain Apes Jewish Minister London, Dark Ages, when heathens and heretics and Jews lived in terror of their lives. Its branches are clouded in the mystic stupidity of the Eisenmenger-Rohling Talmudie scholars whose spectacles distorted truth to falsehood. And its fruit 's the bitter fruit of presentday emotional anti-Semitism. In one part of the world this fruit is called, pompously, National Socialism; in another, Endekism; and in other lands, other names. Its outward appearance may occasionally be all to appetizing. But to those who have tasted of it. this fruit has demonstrated that it is rotten to the core. a private audience with Pope Pius at which the heir to the throne revealed his deep-seated opposition to the government's anti-Jewish program. It is also reported that Marshall Balbo has protested to Mussolini against the anti-Semitic policy. Meanwhile, 200 Jews have been expelled from Tr'este in anticipation of II Duce's forthcoming visit. Mario Donati, Jewish professor of Turin, has resigned as president of the consortium for the construction of university hospitals and clinics. OUR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR COCONUT GROVE BOAT WORKS, INC. PHONE 4-2589 2.*>.i0 S. liayshore Drive GREETINGS FLAGLER MATTRESS COMPANY "318 West Flagler Stint MATTRESS RENOVATING UPHOLSTERY—STUDIO COUCHES IMniiillHIIItiiii'iiiniiiiiMilN GREETINGS SWITZER MARINE ELECTRIC SUBMARINE SIGNAL CO. FATHOMETER Exide Marine Batteries— Marine Electrical Service 19 S. \V. Blxth Stint PHONE 2-3992 .imiHItmHIIIIllllllt-linillllWOUIIIIIIIMNIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlli nilMlllllllllllllll New Ve;ir Greetings To Oar Jewish Friends Marfleet Luggage and Leather Goods 47 West Flagler Street PHONE 3-4891 MMMM A HAPPY NEW YEAR | Henry Flattery Plumbing Contractor i 763] N. AV. 2nd Avenue | liiiiiiiiiHimi ii MIAMI, FLORIDA GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS R W. BROWN & CO. COMPLETE GROWERS SUPPLIES PHONO 4-3375—S. MIAMI PHOOT i-Mltt-H OMlBBTICAP GREETINGS Atkins Sundries Store 744 N. Miami Avenue NEW YEAR GREETINGS HOTEL ROXY 22 S. E. First Avenue GREETINGS Louis Bandel Congress Building MIAMI, FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR Miami Chemical Co. 20 N. W. 22iul Street A HAPPY NEW YEAR Best Home-made Chili In Miami Fudge's Grill 2205 N. W. 36t h Street Dr. Abraham Wolfson and The Spinoza Group Miami Beaeh, Florida WISH FOR ALL JEWRY A HAPPY NEW YEAR The fact that Democracy is being challenged by the Authoritarian State (Nazism and Communism) is more evident to the man on the street each day. As a result, many men and women who have been ignorant of or indifferent to the fact that intolerance between groups exists have come to real'ze that this intolerance is the hand maid of totalitarianism, and is the means used to sow the seed of hatred which is an essential forerunner of the establishment of a dictatorship. I believe that just as when a hea'thy body Is attacked by a dissease there is set in motion within the body counter bodies to kill the disease germs, similarly in the body politic, the di&ease of intolerance creates counter forces working towards good will and better understanding. It is our duty to aid all indivi-< duals and organizations working for good will. Personally, I believe the most effective of-all are the churches and synagogues; that is, the forces of organized religion. r BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR KRAMER'S BODY SHOP 3670 CORAL WAY CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA WRECKER SERVICE COLOR MATCHING PHONE 4-911':, TOPS—SEAT COVERS [ Wishing Our Jewish Friends and Patrons A Happy New Year Gulf Stream Ice Co. 2073 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 24327 HAPPY NEW YEAR CUMMINGS DIESEL ENGINE CORP. DIESEL ENGINES—SWITCHBOARDS—INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT 232 Alcaaar Avr. & Royal Palm Dock CORAL GABLES HAPPY NEW YEAR King's Garage and Auto Park ii()."> Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH SEASON'S GREETINGS Professional Building E. B. HEDDEN Manager GREETINGS Larry Marks and Co. %  \7 N. E. First Avenue GREETINGS Ivan L. P. Fritz 2881 N. W. oilth Street GREETINGS Melrose Beauty Salon 3400 N. W. 27th Avenue M_* THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF THE YOUNG MEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION AND "YOUNG WOMEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION" AND AFFILIATED ACTIVITIES Extend tc All Jewry Sincere and Heartfelt Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR FULL OF JOY AND DEVOID OF SORROW



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THIRTEEN Overture A Midsummer Night's Dream (BY ROBERT D. ABRAHAMS) Three are the things which his Excellency, the Master Headsman, will not do. He will not execute a condemned man except he be clothed in the garb of his office, which consists of a full dress suit and white kid gloves; he will not look out from his elevated platform and over the wall of the prison, immediately following an execution; if he hears the cawing of crows above him, he will not look upward before the body of the condemned man has been removed from the block. The first of these taboos is prescribed by the ethics of Herr Ilemmelinacher's profession. The other two he has observed only since the day when the head of Hans Brecher rolled into the basket of sand. Hans Brecher's cell was so tiny that he could hardly walk five steps in it in any direction. Its walls were damp, and there was no furniture except a board bed. Yet tonight, Hans' only wish was that he might remain here in this comparative security forever. The night was warm and very dark, but he had no desire to feel the little wind that would blow up at dawn, or to see the first light coming through the tiny window, high up in the ceiling, for with that light Hans knew that they would come for him—knew that the Master headsman would be waiting. At least it was finished now— he was through with those everlasting questions. He could see the mouths of the judges of the Political Court moving up and down as they interrogated him, hour after hour. "Who were your associates in the conspiracy ? Did you receive pay from Moscow? Come now, Herr Brecher, tell us the truth." The truth. What else had he ever told them? How could he help it if he considered the music of Mendelssohn worth playing? He couldn't lie about it, could he? It wasn't right for a decent German to lie in order to please a court. Hans was a dreamy fellow, poured from a most unheroic mold. He was stoop-shouldered, had an attractive physique, and was nearsighted. He had been too young to go to war. He had spent those lean years following the troops' homecoming in the Conservatory at Leipsic, where the talk was of cadenzas, of double stops, of Stravinsky and Honegger, rather than of rearmament, of reparations, of the Polish corridor and Nazi versus Social Democrat. These worldly things he heard of dimly, as dimly as he now heard everything outside the walls of his little cell, but sound from that outside life had made no real impression on him, even before his own existence had been so narrowed. Such noises were like the coarse remarks the S. S. men passed when he was led out before his judges. He heard them, without any real understanding. Not that he was un-German. He disliked Frenchmen, for instance, with the same fervor as did his compatriots, but it wasn't because of the Crime of Versailles or the Ruhr, but because of Berlioz and French opera. It was fantastic. They would not believe him, those men of the ever-questioning mouths. All that had really happened had been that he and some friends who gathered together one Sunday evening for a little chamber music had performed a work of Mendelssohn. Mendelssohn was not even a great favorite of Hans'. He had never ranked him with Beet h o v e n, Brahms, Bach, Wagner or the other Titans. It was more or less accidental that he had selected a work of his to be played. The little performance had been reported to the secret police. The police had called on Herr Brecher, who had been astonished to hear that there was objection to the program, and more astonished when, his papers having been found in order, he was lectured by the Secret Police representative, who pointed out that, being a full-blooded Aryan himself, he ought not to perform the music of aliens; that such music in some way perverted the pure stream of German culture. Herr Brecher, in his surprise, had attempted in a mild way to persuade the secret HAPPY NEW YEAR BIRDIE FREDERICK SUNSHINE TIES Made in the Sunshine City 543 West Flagler St. MI A.MI, FLORIDA SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Lotspeich Flooring Co. 67 N. E. 36th Street PH ONE 3-3689 Happiness and Prosperity from GEORGE WASHBISH and the WASHBISH LIQUOR STORES NEW YEARS GREETINGS GEO. E. BUNNELL, Inc. CONTRACTOR 79 N. E. 20th Terrace I 585 N. E. 58th Street Phone 3-1922 Phone 7-2876 OUR SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Wometco Theatres A LOCAL ORGANIZATION .... including .... MAYFAIR BILTMORE GROVE STATE MIAMI LINCOLN CAPITOL TOWER NEW ROSETTA PLAZA police officer that such views were silly—that music was music, and was either good or bad—that he thoroughly agreed that German music was far superior to that of the rest of the world, but that the music of Mendelssohn was itself quite good, and entirely in the Teutonic traditron. The secret police agent had tried to persuade the musician to promise that there would be no more of the Mendelssohn performances, but Brecher had refused to give his word, thinking the men must be mad. Looking back at it, he could see that that refusal to promise must have been the beginning of his downfall. He still could not see what he had done to irritate the policeman. If the policeman did not like Mendelssohn, surely he did not have to listen. He had not been invited to the little concert anyhow. Surely, a man who said "Heil, Hitler!" automatically when meeting his friends, as all good Germans now did, paid his taxes and made his contribution to the Winter Relief might, if he wished, play Mendelssohn in private. He tried his best to convince the policeman, but after all, he didn't think it was of vast importance whether or not one policeman did or did not like Mendelssohn, so he finally dismissed the matter from his mind. The following Sunday when, as usual, he and his friends gathered for their little home concert, by some perverse sense of necessity (Continued on Page Fourteen) + GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI WRECKING CO. 132 N. W. 20th Street + HAPPY NEW YEAR ART'S TRANSFER 335 N. E. 2nd Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR LAFAYETTE HOTEL 0+4 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. A HAPPY NEW YEAR To All Our Jewish Friends and to All Jewry E very where National Barber Shop S. A. SWEETING, Mgr. ho N. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 TH1 JIWUM FLORIDIAJf PAGE FORTY ONE A GLORIOUS YEAR FOR THE R'NAI BR'ITH (BY ELRY STONE. PRESIDENT SHOLEM LODGE, MIAMI) The past year, has indeed been ;, glorious one for the B'nai Brith. ||i>n. Alfred M. Cohen, our national president, has for some time been striving to obtain real unity in Israel, and tendered the good office of this organization to th Amerii an .lew'sh Congress, the American Jewish Committee and other groups, in an effort to co-ordinate I heir objectives. While he did not train his objective before retiring from active leadership, a short time thereafter, such a plan was p rfected, and we are happy to see thai our great national organ-/.it ions are now originated and that harmony now prevails. We may be well proud of the part that our order took in th's noble wink The State Federation of Florida B'nai Brith Lodges is just a old; and its membership consi tof the seven lodges throughout the State and the Ladies' Auxiliaries; and here we have an example of an organization based on a solid foundation of altruism and service. At the recent eonvention held at West Palm Beach, men and women from all parts of the State attended and gave serums thought to the many problems confronting us. Two very important projects were agreed upon;—f'rst, the securing of a director for Student Union activities at the University of Florida at Gainesville, and if the proper man is obtained, not only will he handle this work, but he will also be In position to become a mem.,{ the faculty at the University, teaching subjects of Jewish interest, wh'ch we hope will be B cepted as accredited subjevts. S'cond, the formation of a State Anti-Defamation Committee, to handle such problems as may %  rise. The direct leadership in these movements has been placed in the capable hands of members of Sholem Lodge, and we have every reason to feel that success w II crown our efforts. The local lodge has indeed enjoyed a very successful year, attaining a membership of more than 4<;0. While this alone is a splendid achievement, we take greater pride in the fact that the past year has been one of great activity and interest. Our antidefamation committee has investigated and handled numerous matters of importance, with great tact and without fan-fare, and in many instances, corrected unpleasant situations and brought about •i better feeing of fellowship. With the careful guidance and assistance of our Student Union Committee, and the local Rabbis, the students at the University of Miami were assisted in all their a tivities; at the last meeting of this lodge, the sum of $100.00 was appropriated to establish a reference library of Jewish matters at the University. Our social activities have helped bring about an atmosphere of friendship; our direct interest in all things Jewish has shown" the public the need for this order. No other organization is so interested in all phases of Jewish life— and, as it has been so aptly put, B*nai B'rith is devoting its energy and sfforts in safe-guarding the welHadassah To Open Medical Center New York. (WNS)—The million dollar medical center bui'.t In Jerusalem by Hadassah in cooperation with the American Jewis'i Physicians' Committee will be dedicated during an international broadcast to be held as part of Hadassah'a 24th annual convention in St. I.oui.; next month, it was announced here by Mrs. Moses P. Epstein, ni'.ional president of Hadassa i. simultaneously with receipt of the news that she had been elected '.he only woman member of the board of governors of the Hebre.v University, to which the medical center will be attached. Other new members elected to the board at its 11th annual meeting in I.ondon are Edward M. M, fare of our people. B'nai B'rith is life insurance—he who neglects to join in this work is depriving himself of much pleasure and is neglecting his duty. While our membership is substantial in number, it is earnestly hoped that before another year shall have elapsed, that we will have on its roll, 1,000 members. In unity there is strength—and never in the history of the world has there been such a great need for unity Warburg, replacing his father, the lite Felix M. Warburg; Sir Philij Hartog, English educator; and !•• Red I'ffe Salaman, scientist. CHILD PRODIGY SHOWS ABILITY Cambridge, Mass., (WNS)—Dr. Norbert Wiener, professor of mathematics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology since 1932. and a generation ago one of the most talked-of intellectual prodigies in America, presented a : ew form of calculus to the fourth Internationa] congress for a mechanics. In a paper giving a new mathematical definition of chaos whi ii brings "utter confusion" under man's control for the first time, Wiener's new calculus opens ths way for solution of the flow of liquids in pipes and air turbulences. Wiener received his B. A. degree from Tufts College in 190'J at the age of 14 and won his I'h. L. at Harvard when he was 18. """ """ "" %  """ iiiiimiii II i niMiiaiai IHM aiaiii THE Y. M. H. A. IN 5698 (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) "" "" """ "' %  I MHiiiiimiiiii.imii.ii.hiii.i, ,i„i, iiiiiimi,, iiiimiinii, (Continued from Page 38. (lament in competition with fiftyfive other teams. A splendid basket-ball team is now in the making and it is planned to have hand ball teams, baseball teams and numerous athletic teams to take care not only of the adults, but of the Junior and Juvenile as well. Just as fast as finances permit, that fast will facilities be expandTo My Many Friends and Acquaintances n Most HAPPT AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Judge Cecil C. Curry Municipal Court ed to meet the needs we know exist. We need much. Improvements to the grounds, erection of tennis courts, handball, volley ball and basketball facilities are all needed. A library and reading room are vital necessities. The Y. M. H. A., and its affiliated organizations will grow. That Is inevitable but its growth will be accelerated or retarded by the cooperat'on that will or will not be extended by the general Jewish population of Greater Miami. We have made our mistakes. That is human. Yet we want to avoid them in the future. We want to help make the Y. a place that will mean a real community center, a place where young and old may gather and together work for the future of the Jewish community. It will be done if you will hel •. Sincere wishes for a Happy New Year. BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR JEWISH PATRONS "FORTUNE UPHOLSTERING you will show with pride for it's done right when it's done by Muecke < Mickey) Upholstery Co. THE BETTER KIND" REPAIRING PAINTING 1061 8. 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mm PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORDDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 AMERICAN JUDAISM 56r>3's Religious Trends In Jewish Life (BY DR. LOUS FINKELSTEIN) (Continued from Page Seven) ious rabbinical conferences ho'.J last June and July; the steps taken to bring rabbis, educators, social workers, and writers on Judaism, together for common counsel; the vast increase in the number and size of our study groups; the improved attendance at synagogue worship; the growth in influen-re of such educational agencies as the Jewish Publication Society and the English-Jewish press; the amazing thirst for authoritative Jewish information on -the part of laymen and women of the community; and the willingness of the professional to provide this information for them; are all ind cations of the new spirit. Who would have believed a decade ago that a lecture course in Jewish history, no matter how interestingly presented, could attract a thousand people each week? Who wou'J have thought it possible to bring hundreds of men and women ir. small communities to attend Study groups in Bible, Hebrew, Jewish practices and ceremonies? The re-awakening is limited to no special group, and is to be credited to the work of no single in-titution. It offers further evidence that American Judaism hat come of age. A terrifying moment in our history has come upon us; and it found us without prophets, indeed, but not without vision. The flacc of the prophet is taken by the children of the prophets: the large groups of gifted teachers, the great mass of willing follower*, and the organized institutions of Jewish life. There is no Ezra, but there are Ezra-movements; there is no Deborah, but there is an array of Jewish women's organizations, which are becoming increasingly important as forces for the development of the Jewish intellect and spirit. The day when Judaism seemed well on its way to reduction to a series of bewildering drives and campaigns, is passing. The Jew, realizing that he must do more I than ever for local charities, for relief of the suffering abroad, and for the upbuilding of Palestine, is now beginning to see that these | are not enough. Judaism demands of him more than his time and his money; it demands his mind. And it is not enough for him to use his intellectual energies to entice an additional dollar for a good cause. He must devote himself, in part, to a study and understanding of Judaism. In other words, we have as a community at last arrived at the wisdom of the ancient Greeks, who wrote above the Temple of Apollo at Delphi, "Gnothi Seautou," "Know Thyself." This does not i mean that our future will be' easy, | even from the point of view of the j spirit. The great mass of Jews still remains untouched by the change which has so deeply affected the more sensitive among them. We are at the beginning of j a g^reat period in Judaism, not at its culmination. Our task is that of patient building, and centuries may pass before the full significance of our work will become apparent. But when the time does come, it will be found that the Judaism of our age, shaken out of its lethargy and stimulated in new creativity, will have contributed to world civilization as much as did that of any former period. If this analysis is true, we have reason, as we turn over the last leaf in the year's calendar, for gratitude as well as for grief. The Hebrew letters which constitute the name of the year 5698 are Tav, Resh, Shin, Het, spelling the word Tirzah, lit shall kill.) Many Hebrew writers wishing to avoid so ominous a name for the year, spelt it Tafriah. which has the same numerical value, and means "it shall cause to blossom." The year I turns out to have fulfilled both the portent and the promise: it has seen the death of great Jewish communities, and it has also seen the budding of new Jewish spirit. 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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE Opportunity Knocks A Message from the President of Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds UY STANLEY C. MYERS It must be apparent to the thinking Jewish resident of Miami that the greatest task of American Jewry today is the raising of funds to support the numerous welfare and service agencies existing everywhere for the purpose of serving our people. No matter what the need. whether it be the alleviation of suffering of our brethren overseas, the settlement of our Jewish pioneers In Palestine, the caring for the Jewish aged and infirm, or the housing of the Jewish orphan. adequate financing offers the only solution and is the primary requirement to serve these needs. Accepting the promise that all of us are desirous of fulfilling our obligations as Jews and contributing to the many causes seeking our assistance, it cannot be denied that even those of us who are mindful of our obligations have civen our charitable donations without considering the established standards which should be considered. And this is as true of the entire community, collectively sneaking, as it is of each of us. For years, thousands of dollars have been raised annually in Miami for local, national and intcrnat'onal welfare agencies. This community for a long time, has been a Mecca to which represen[ tatives of out of town organizations have come during the height of the winter season to solicit funds. In the collection and distribution of charitable funds for welfare agencies, a community should consider certain definite standards whi-h I have referred to. among those standards being, first, the relation of the population of the community to the total Jewish population contributing to the cause; secondly, the relation of the amount of money raised by our community for its own local needs to the amount of money raised throughout the country for local needs; and th'rdly, the amount of wealth in our community as compared with oth;r Jewish communities. A disregard of these standards results in inds ciim'nate giving and diminishes the value of the contributions made by our community to Jewish causes. Of prime importance in these days of conflict and persecution is the necessity of enlisting every Jew to the support of all Jewish causes. Shamefully, we must recognize the bitter fact that less than twenty-five percent of the Jewish residents in Miami contribute financially to the support of Jewish causes. The remaining seventy-five percent, disregarding their obligations, unmindful of their responsibilities as Jews, have consistently refused to contribute. It is to prevent indiscriminate giving and to awaken the entire STANLEY C. MYERS %  'resident, Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds Jewish population to their responsibilities, that a group of repre tentative men and women in oui community have dedicated theii time and energies to the organza tion of the Greater Miami Federa"i i in ii mi inn SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR MILLER and HARRIS Biseayne Building MIAMI i MIIIIIIMIIMIIIIIHIIIMIIIMMIIIIlllli;:illl.l'Hllllllilllllll tllHIIIIII f To All Of Our Jewish Friends a HAPPY NEW YEAR Furniture Repairing— Refinishing Only the Finest Workmanship f ANTIQUES FOR A REAL JOB CALL VISGON CO. 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PAGE FORTY THE JEWISH FLOEIJIAN FRIDAY, BEPTEMEIE Approach To InterFaith Is Adopted (BY THE REV. EVERETT ROSS CI.INCHY. PH. D.) Director, The National Conference of Jews and Christians The past year has developed on increase in tensions between the various religious groups in America as a result both of heightened economic tensions in the United States and of conflicting opinioBt H> to political events or policies abroad. Nevertheless, the year has brought also a significant turn in inter-faith relations that is gratifying to everyone interested ii thi evolution of more civilised human relationin America. Most encouraging has been the increasingly realistic approa h to inter faith understanding adopted b\ Christian and Jewish leaden Good will mean.more than the 0 aaional fraternising of the rabbi, pries-, and minister: it r % % %  -iirnifi si than a good I pilgrimage or ai inter-falth ii te; H far transcendi the words of a resolution Good will it i parlor game. It is built f dier stuff. After te: tivity in field, the National Conferei of .lews and %  • ii convinced that there i mal among thi it tellectus r the pi iblem* ed tn ir •• i • example, ni ei history ot ity have • • i and deed afl during recci t mont I National f Jews "nristians has been sui ii creating lo : %  community techniques for the moderation of tensions. Personal contact.between the leaders of the various coups tend to make for a more rational and less emotional consideration of tiroblems involved. When the National Co nf erence ( first founded ter. years aeo. there were some Jews and Christiani who saw little or no point organization. This aloof attitude has been discarded by every thoughtful person wbo knows the trom effects of non-communin among European Catholics, and Protestants. Whereas • i good will movement may at one time have beer nurture 01 the brotherly BJ true reGREETINGS GRUNDER S POULTRY AND EGG MARKET Live Poultry & Fresh Eggs 383d N. Ii. Second Avenue Ninv Yes rreel intis in All < ll! 1 BEN AND HARRY ROYAL AUTO PARTS CO 6160 N. W. 27th Avenui QREETING8 CITY AWNING CO 47:; Wed Flagler 8t. A HAPPY NEW YEAR CORAL GABLES MOTOR CO. 1607 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA MILTON V FRIEDMAN President of the Young Men's Hebrew kaaociat ion of Miami. %  deep root • ion in • alite that ant any denomination, is simply a prelude t religion in gem Chui are real f sing that not betholici and Pi t I i Christian and Jew, or B the battle i">•• rel gion and the and in f modern fi i otnmunity of religious loped on a conthat is: the reforci work together on genera! interest while individually maintaining their auy and distinct doctrines. Such a trend noticeable in unity in the formation of thi World Council of Churches, and Jewry has indicated a similar • I in the subject n that there has beer, a move in this country for the strengthening of the Synagogue Council of America, the Federation of the Reform, ConserJustice Not Charity (Continued from Page 29) who lack medicine and the poor who antoo proud to ask for institutionalized charity. They always were and will forever remain the charge.of individuals endowed with a kind heart, for the desti nies of these needy people are entrusted in the care of such high minded people of whom King Solomon sang in his immortal prorerbi There .;• crying need today to apply with truth and sincerity the vative and Orthodox Groups. With su h sentiment prevail'ng. it it obvious!) necessary that a feeling of good will, a desire for ..nding and a real for cooperation should be mimat ng sunn of the day The contribution within the next fen yean of the National Conference to 'he furtherance of this trend will be in the direction of supplying the raw matei als of •ruth.necessary for a bettei understanding of differenceand the meeting ground upon which prejudices can be resolved. Our efforts "ill be directed towards making America safe for differences. But our difference! must not D4 led to the minimizing of what We hold in common and the taskwe must work upon together. sublime teachings of our faith with regards to "Justful Tzdokoh mind that orphans who are not in asylums, Widows who receive no aid from public agencies, the sick 1 and Righteous Giving." As the horizon of Jew sh life is darkened with menacing clouds, we must emphasise over and over again the importance of these doctrine.-, guarding however that the people in whose hands we entrust leadership shall DC worthy of the trust. I On the advent of the New Year, • behooves us to pray that the voice of Just'ce should be heard, the crash and wreck and ruin of a civilization that totters from the weight of its iniquities that above the d'n aad noise of shouting demagogues! should ring out clearly the call for righteousness. HAPPY NEW FEAR AUTO BRAKE AND SERVICE CO. 1781 Weal Flagler St. .MIAMI. FLORIDA ..Mllllim Hill GREETINGS DEALE AUTOMATIC MUSIC CO 1600 8 W. First Street ESTABLISHED 1928 GREETINGS PEEK S TEXACO SERVICE STATION Hat St. and Royal Palm \\v. MIAMI BEACH Best W For a Happy New Year Dr. and Mrs. 1 BS M Tannenbaum of The Bryan Park Pharmacy Happy New Year MR. and MBS MANNY IIYMAN of UKWASHINGTON DRUG CO Washington Ave ;it 5tb St. Minn.; Beach Wishing Too A Happy New Year MANFRED MANCUSI-UNGARO Architect SEW YEAH GREETINGS UNCLE SAM'S LOAN AND JEWELRY. INC. 4L'-" N. M laii.i Avt i OS< AR ARGINTAR, Mer. To All Jewry A HAPPY NEW YEAR CHAPLIN-GREEN, INC. GRASS s<>D : %  yn< Boulevard PHONE : 366 To Our Many Jewish Friend' and Patrons—A Most Hipny and Prosperous New Year DADE COUNTY ROOFING CO., INC. J. C. KINSEY— JOHN H. MONTGOMERY PHONE 4-6625 306 Coral Way—Coral Gable* GREETINGS NEVER-SAG STUDIO COUCH CORP. 1242 N. MIAMI AVENUE MIAMI. FLORIDA i GREETING8 McLESTER HEATER REPAIR SERVICE Phone 3-4391 141 N li Second Av< MIAMI. FLORIDA GREETINGS MR AND MRS SAMUEL COHEN of the HOTEL GRANT HOTEL DIXIE HOTEL PEERLESS MIAMI. FLORIDA GREETINGS RELIABLE AUTO BODY AND FENDER WORKS •11 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE rid IXR : RADIATORS—GAS TANKS BUILT AND REPAIRED COLLISION SPECIALIST JOE KWAitT, MM Justice, only Justir. sf. a • Th Pursue! To the world h( J! greatest need is Justice. ttf dj our plea not for chanty but f 0 just dealings and v.. v.. ta an unwilling world itf ; ,., Wim n Justice should remember that in dealing with our own unfortunates, we speak of Justice K Charity: HAPPY NEW YEAH DADE COUNTY NEWSDEALER SUPPLY CO 141 N. W. Pint Court MIAMI. FLORIDA BEST WISHES I A HAPPY NEW YEAR VICTORIA HOSPITAL PHONE 2-4123 x. W. THIRD .-. REET NEW YEAR GREETINGS MIAMI ICE CREAM & DAIRY CO CHRISTIAN S DAIRY PRODUCTS 17 N. W. FOURTH STREET MIAMI. Klv %  I'.II'\ A— WISHING ALL OF JEWISH FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR ALLDRITT ELECTRIC MOTOR CO. AND SUBSIDIARY HURRICANE FAN CO. 66 N. W. FOURTH STREET PHONE 1-1147 Best Wishes for %  HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS J. A. RICHTER AND FAMILY SEASON'S GREETINGS LEE ALBERTS BEAUTY SHOP Phone 2-9559 155 s. K. First Stn .MIAMI. FLORIDA tllltlll..Ml||iiiiH MIII nilHir IIIIIIN IIHIHIIIIM W< Wish ii Happy New ^ ear i" all Jewish Peopli FAIRY FLAKE DO NUT, INC Phone 2-017*1 1269 West Flagler st. MIAMI, FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS FRENCH BENZOL CLEANERS 1420 S W. EIGHTH ST. MIAMI. FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR FIFTEENTH ROAD MARKET 335 6. W. 15TH ROAD MIAMI. FLORIDA A HAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Jewish Friends from iSISXBMNK Z+ ^^ VENETIAN BLIND* I 1 OUR SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS •H WALDORF WHOLESALE MEAT MARKET 230 N W. FIFTH 8TREET PI KINK 5-4314



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FORTY-SEVEN ONE MOKE COLONY RISES Top: General view if con::tructi<:n as Maalth lla'C'hamisha, a new agricultural settlement in tribute to the memory of the five heroes who lost their livth, have been completed by the religions committee of the Jacksonville Jewish (Renter, of which Simon Selber is chairman. New Year's services will be conducted on both • lays of Rosh Hashinah and on the Hiy of Atonement by Rabbis Morns I). Margolis, n 0) main synagogue. Assisting Rabbi Margolis "ill be Ja'ob I.apinsky, the Rev. the present, fervently disavowed religious and racial discriminat'on, has succumbed to the infection of the Nazi virus, and that land vies ; with Germany for supremacy the field of persecution. In Palestine, the terrorism of the Arab. cast! a shadow over the peacefu development of that land, s'ovinjr up its normal growth and adiing immeasurably to the natural burdens which thJew unwil'.'ngly assume I in its up-building. While the perse at ion <>f the (('. ntinied on Page 48) NEW YEAB G l< BET [NO8 FAIRMOUNT HOTEL 1000 Collirs Avenue MIAMI REACH GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIEND8AND PATRONS Hotel La Salle HAPPY NEW YEAR Hawkins Rug" Cleaners Orientals Our Specialty 60 N. E. 39th Street -MIAMI. FLORIDA •MiriiiiiMiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiHiriiimmmiiiMmmiiimiiimiimiiinmiiiHii"' ] i< •niHiMllilviiiiiiniiniiiiH niiimmiiiit!!iiiiNiii:iiitiiiinMiiiiiiiiiiHir BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ._. MR and Mrs. | SAM PRUSOFF and FAMILY of the Shenandoah j Curb Market 1820 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-9507 IMIIIMII iiiiiiiiiiiiimniiimiiiiiiiimmiiiimmimii niimiiiiiiv MR. and MRS. JULIUS DAMENSTEIN and DAUGHTER WISH FOR ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR BEST WISHES FOB A HAPPY NEW YEAR GEC. L. DIXON HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT 1100 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-763.") ***, M USA I SLE Vv y* tf ti& StMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE Alligator Wrestling Every Hour N. W. 25th Ave. and 16th St. JN THE TRADING POST Admission Indian Dolls Baskets Includes Moccasins Everything Rugs Blankets All ; gator Bags-Silver Work OPEN TO VISITORS 9:00 A M —6 :C0 P. M. Something Interesting to See All the Time S. H. PALMER I PRESIDENT OF PALMER'S '•MIAMI'S FINEST SHOE STORE" Extends to ;ill his friends and Customers a Very Happy and Prosperous New Year r L'Shono Tovo Tikosevu PALMER'S exclusive agents in Miami for "Cantilever" "Physical Culture" "Ground Gripper" shoes for men and women 1 i i "American Girl" "Ye Old Tyme Comfort" "Palmer's De Luxe" shoes for women "Sky Rider" shoes for bovs "Red Goose" sines for children "Capezio' Dancing footwear "Daniel Green Comfy's" "Shirley Temple* Boudoir Slippers A complete .... modern family shoe store to serve you! BtfAtftfS "Miami's Finest Shoe Store" Two entrances 30 X. E. 1st Street 139 Sevbold Areade



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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN >r<^*s*^*s:*33*^*s*s*: PAGE TWENTY-ONE IT HAPPENED ON ROSH HASHANAHThe Holiday In Jewish History (BY ELI E. PILCHIK) Reflecting upon the divinely inspired narratives of the Bible, our sages ingeniously proved that a series of highly significant events occurred on Rosh-Hashanah. If you turn to that chapter of the Talmud bearing the name of this holiday, you will find there: Rabbi Kliezer taught, the universe was created on Rosh-Hashanah; Abraham. Isaac, and Jacob came into this world on Rosh-Hashanah; after attaining a ripe old age, our patriarachs entered the world-tocome on Rosh-Hashanah; that most distinguished dreamer of antiquity, Joseph, incarcerated on false testimony, who somewhat later rendered a brilliant interpretation of Pharoe's nightmare, was released from prison on RoshHashanah; our ancestors were emancipated from Egyptian slavery on Rosh-Hashanah, though they did not depart from that land until Passover. Reflecting upon that same Bible today, almost two thousand years after our sages had made their study, modern scholars tell us that in the year 751 B. C. E., the following incident happened on Itnsh-Hashanah. A shepherd named Amos from the North-Palestinian village of Tekoa, who earned his livelihood pruning sycamore trees when the grazing business was slow, suddenly appeared on the steps of the temple at Beth-El and began delivering a magnificient revolutionary sermon. During these years the people of Israel were enjoying a commercial boom. Israel's chief rival, Damascus, had just been broken by the mighty Assyria, so that much of the trade in the Near East flowed through Israel. It was an age of fabulous prosperity. And the people were perfectly happy with their great king. Jereboam II. On Rosh-Hashhanah all the people came to the capital, Beth-El, to rejoice and have a good time. How surprised they were to discover this total stranger feverishly orating, in beautiful poetic language, "Thus Saith the Lord, the King Jereboam shall be slain by the sword, and the people of Israel shall be ex pelled from the land." This outburst naturally created a panic among the perplexed Israelites. How dare this upstart, this foreigner, say such terrible things! At this moment the High Priest Amaziah walked up to Amos and shooed him away. "Go on. beat it back to Judah, and give your speeches there. You've got no business prophesying here. This is the King's sanctuary and his SINCERE WISHES TO ALL OUB JEWISH FRIENDS EOTC A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR GRAHAM'S DAIRY CITY FARM Phone 2-1247 Phone 8-2151 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR yi SCOTT-PERRY CORP. 704 Florida National Bank Bldg. DAN B. RUSKIN MAX OROVITZ I'lHilim mi mm immmnii I mil minium mimiii mini I nuuimii mini IM WE TAKE PLEASURE IX EXTENDING TO ALL OUR SIXCEREST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR palace." "No," shouted Amos, "I'm not leaving. God called me away from my flocks and sent me here to speak to His people, Israel." Such were the circumstances under which Amos, the great pioneer of Hebrew prophecy, delivered his immortal message condemning the existing disintegrating social order, and appealing for social justice. On that Rosh-Hashanah, almost twenty-seven hundred years ago, the insignificient shepherd from Tekoa cried out to all peoples in all ages, "Hate evil, love good; seek out the Lord and live; for then justice shall flow like water and righteousness like a powerful stream." Centuries speed by. Israel was destroyed by Assyria as Amos had warned. Judea was annihilated by Babylonia as Amos' successor had predicted. A Jewish nation rises again under Persian auspices, only to tumble subsequently at the hands of Roman infantry. Nor was it to be restored. Across the face of the whole wide world is this people dispersed. In some places at some periods they enjoy peace and security; in most places most of the time they suffer hardship and brutal persecution. We come to Spain in the thirteenth century. It is the Golden Age. Unmolested by Church and State, our people contributed to civilization classic poetry, profound philosophy, and abounding scholarship. Here, in the year 1280, we meet a Jewish mystic, A HAPPY NEW YEAR BEN CILLER MASONRY—CONCRETE 5M MICHIGAN AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Greetings for A Happy New Year DADE MARBLE and TILE CO. 128 X. W. 25th Street MIAMI, FLORIDA (iPvEETlXGS SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL 42.") Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH Abraham Abulafia by name. He was concerned about how the universe came into being, where people go after they die, and similar other worldly topics. He would travel about from one Spanish town to the other preaching what he called "the truth." On one of those gorgeous Spanish sunny days he god the notion that an "inner voice" called him to Rome to convert Pope Nicholas III to Judaism. Abulafia was to perform this highly unlikely conversion on Erev Rosh-Hashanah, so that the Pope would be quite qualified to join the rest of the Jews for Rosh-Hashanah evening services that year. Now Pope Nicholas, who had not acquired a worldwide reputation as a Jew-lover, heard about this rather extraordinary scheme, and promptly ordered that our friend, Abraham Abulafia, be burned. But the zealous mystic was not to be dissuaded by such minor considerations. He proceeded on to Suriano where the Pope was resting. Imagine his terrible disappointment when upon arrival he learned that Pope Nicholas had died the night before. No Senor Abulafia was not consumed by flames, he was only imprisoned. We know of one other Pope who died on Rosh-Hashanah; Clement VII left this world on September 25,1534. Jewish historians speak reverently and respectfully. He was among those tolerant Popes who treated our people with kindness' and friendship. During tho horrible persecutions of the Marranos, those Spanish Jews who (Continued on Page 22) IT IS A PLEASURE TO GREET YOU J. B. IRWIN TERMITE EXTERMINATION SPECIALIST INSPECTIONWITHOUT CHARGE 3925 Ponce de Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES PHONE 44305 Sincere Wishes to All Our Many Jewish Friends for A HAPPY NEW YEAR McKESSON-GROOVER-STEWART WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS .BES1 WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR yj Miami Bottled A Gas Co. 1701 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 3-4G45 &f &f : %  :—: &f >:—: 1 1 I I = •:• AMERICAN OIL COMPANY Wishes Its Many Valued Patrons 4|j JMi&mi ': % %  A Happy New Year AMERICAN AMOCO FROM MAINE TO FLORIDA" iiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiniimiiiiiimiMi miimitiii n



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PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORDDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 193a NEW YEAR APPEAL AND PRAYER -. pr8i e ^^Z^^ (BY DR. JACOB H KAPLAN, PH. D.) TEMPLE ISRAEL—MIAMI May God grar.t you a soul-sat%  We have been surrounded in i-fying year. May God fulfill Hipromise: "Through you shall all the families of the earth invoke blessings on one another." We believe literally and figuratively that on the New Year God judges Israel. Then we have ten days of grace, during which time we are given an opportunity to decide whether we determine to correct our faults and thus be inscribed in the book of life, or whether we shall continue on our path of error. the world by friends, called antiSemites. In our protection against these termites we rely on only one absolutely su r e remedy, we depend on JUSTICI in the heart of the great majority of men men are anti-Semites ana we must protect ourselves against their poisoned arrows. Children of the House of Israel: | Come and let us reason together! If we have virtues, good men will give us credit and defend us; if we have faults, they will cr.tici-e us, and help us to excise these faults. everywhere who have adjusted their life to the moral nature of the Universe, to living. We could never have survived if there were not millions of these justice loving men throughout The grt•:. k of our antiDefamati'in I' nimittees is within as much as without. But HERE is the great difficulty. We do not object to talking and reasoning with the anti-Semite, but we immediately suspect those of our the laws of jus-| ow n people who object to some of tie* and right our own f aul,s an '' wno ca tbem to our mind. Now, it is an unfortunate thing, hut sadly true, that we Jew;.!• in the eye of the world, and are blamed for wrong doing of anyone of our numbers. We all know that. If then we have any regard and thus be inscribed in the book the world, belonging to all forms ^ ^ ^^ ^ & ^^ ^ ^ of the dying. This is a profound insight into the meaning of life, these Holy Days with significance, reverently appreciated, hamade Israel an immortal people, a people from whom the causes of death and self-destruction are annually removed through self-examination arid repentance. Germany has no such self-examination and Repentance Holy Days. She has chosen to blame the Jews and all her liberal and truly Chri-tian men and women for her own sins. That is why she is directing her course towards self-destruction. For this IS a Moral Universe, and only those nations who live in harmony with the laws of the still, small voice of justice can survive. The others wither and die. Israel has lived even without the physical props of land, army and navy. of religion. These great ju-ticeloving men throughout the world must of necessity be just to our virtues and to our faults as well. Hut here ithe rub. We Jews, having suffered endlessly for no fault of our own, have come to believe that we have no faults, and pathologically feel that we Ka\e no faults, or that people who riticise ui for our faults as well truly responsible men and women in Israel, should be as much concerned with our own faults as with _' i A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE INN •Quality Food at Moderate Prices' 335 S. W. 12th Avenue MISS MEYER FORMERLY OF THE LITTLE INN NEW YEAR GREETINGS GAFFNEY-WALDRON Inc. CONTRACTORS INGRAHAM BLDG—MIAMI 1776 Purdy Ave.—Miami Beach BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR M R. HARRISON CONSTRUCTION CORP. BISCATNE BLVD. MIAMI. FLORIDA WE EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NKW YEAR SCOTT & WHITEAKER 3100 N W. 27th Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS FLORIDA PLUMBING ELECTRIC CO., Inc. 1919 N. w FIFTH BTREBT MIAMI, FLORIDA OUR SINCERE WISHES for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR HUNTER LYON (INCORPORATED) GENERAL AGENT Phone 3-3331 MIAMI, FLORIDA BEST WISHES Fl IB A IIAI'IV NKW TBAB MIAMI BEACH EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 425 Alton Road PHONE S-1700 M. E. KAXTOR and HARRY W. LEHMAN of the Cantley Lumber & Supply Co. 2201 X. \V. 17th Ave. Extend 8ineere Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR the injustice of our anti-Semites For our business is to see that what the anti-Semites says is not true. We depend on the truth and the justice in the heart of the decent people of the world. It is not enough that the majority of Jew? are as good as the nonJews, and we must devise some kindly plan, some super-human method of weeding out every Jew who is not in perfect harmony with the laws of a moral Universe, with the laws of God, with the life of millions of justice-loving men and women. I most humbly, and sincerely, (Continued on Page Twenty-Three Dade Refrigerating Co., Inc. 2111 NORTH MIAMI AVENI'i: PHONE: DAY 2-7868 I PHONES: NIGHT 2-5629—2-7329 : GREETINGS AND P.KST WISHES R. L. COWART PADNTING DECORATING Estimates Furnished for Lar^e and Small Contracts 438 S. W. 13th Avenue PHONE 2-5684 NEW YEAR GREETINGS Rev. Beulah O'Brien + %  HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. GEORGE F. EHRLINE NATUROPATH 39 S. E. 6th Street MIAMI, FLORIDA To My Many Jewish Friends and Client*—It it With Pleasure I Extend a MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR DR. SANBORN DENTIST X-Ray A Gas Extractions Cor. N. E. 1st Ave. at 2nd St. PHONE 2-1466 SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS "1 SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR A FRIEND J <-%  IIIII1HIMMMIII1II1IIIIIIIIU lltlllllllllllllllllMI't MHiiiniMiniH iiiiiii!::iiiiiiuiiMiiiiiMinm %  i i miHiimii BEST WISHES T<> <>IR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE EXOTIC GARDENS, Inc. FLOWER 8T0RES Flagler Street Bri.lpc— Phones 2-6353—2-6847 iil)7 Lincoln Roail Miami Roach—Phone .V2961 NURSERY—1900 N. W. 28th STREET—PHONE 2-3814 A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL FLORIDA BUILDERS' SERVICE, Inc. 33 N. E. First Avenue Phone 3-6411 IIIIMtMIIIKIMtll SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 301 Northwest 29th Street SEASON'S GREETINGS To Our Many JEWISH FRIENDS FLAGLER CHEVROLET CO. 1055 W. Flagler Street Phone 2-4118 SALES SERVICE WE EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Miami Beach Kosher Market 329 Collins Ave M Miami Beach DAVE WHITMAN CHOICE MEATS REV. S. GUTTMAN NAT NUSBAUM POULTRY Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables



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FKTDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, ISM TM JIWJI F LORIDI AN PAGE THIRTY NINE Faith and Hope (BY RABBI A. s. KLBINFBLD) FORT I.AUDEKDALE CONGREGATION Text: Why art thou ca>t down, O my soul, and why art thoo di-<|uieted within me? Hope thou in Cod; for I shall yet praise Him for the he In of His rountenaare. I'salm XI.II Lessiog once 3id: "If the Alll iwerful holding in one hand Iruth and in thf other the search for Truth, said Ui .me, Choose, I vi uld answer h'm, O, All-Powyful. keep for Thyself the Truth, hut leave to me tbe seareh for it. which is the hette tfor me." What this thinker said of truth, I can justly stare <>f Courage and Hope, specially at this time an


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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORLDIAN PAGE THIRTY-ONE THE WORK FOR HUMANITY BY. MRS. BENJ. LB VINE. President Miami Section National Council of Jewish Women The magnet of a specific interest easily draws women to its support, and the farsightedness of those women headed by Hanna G. Solomon who in 1893 at the time of the Chicago World's Fair organized the National Council of Jewish Women, has through its existence in the past 45 years kept in bond the interest of over 40,000 American Jewish Women. The National Council of Jewish Women through its program of legislation, -peace, immigration, German children's aid, scholarship and organization links us unquestionably with the finest of Ameri a'a fin-ward looking women. The world is turning with tremendoua velocity and strength, and the Miami Section of National Council of Jewish Women has in realization of this strife heeded the call and enlisted in doing its share of work in all projects of the Council. Due to added immigration work an office was opened at 510 Congress Building to aid in expediting it with a very able Immigration committee. The Childin's Aid work which was organized for the purpose of giving German children between the ages of 12 and 15 an opportunity for education and training for a future life in our country, is working out very well and everyone is cooperating to see that we have children in all parts of the United States. It is interesting to know, that we in the United States, whose children are sheltered and given every opportunity of home life and education without any strain or worry can be of help and comfort to some of these griefstricken parents in helping their children. One can grow very sentimental and one can tell a great many interesting stories about the children who have already been placed here, but what is fundamentally more important is to try and bring as many over here as our quota calls for and to make them forget the past and build for them a happy and contented life in this country. The National Council of Jewish Women through the years of its existence has taken a big part to Blipport the peace of the world, particularly in these United States of America. Mrs. Arthur Brin, former National president, and one of the ten outstanding women n the United States, Chairman for Council of the International Relations and Peace Committee, who has just returned from Europe, in her recent national broadj ast remarked, "The unrest in Europe is unexplainable and the ideals for which we fought in the Wonld War are being shattered abroad, that peace can be accomplished in cooperation by all in the work for peace and maintaining standards of free speech and liberty that we have here and ultimately bringing about a better understand'ng between nations." The Miami Section is following closely the peace program outlined by the National Council of Jewish Women and has made great haidway in having its members work for a united peace throughout the world. For this New Year 5699 may we hope for a readjustment of this turmoil the world over and that the magnetism of National Council of Jewish Women spread wider and that all Jewish Women in our midst help our Section carry on our good work for 5699. GREETINGS DINK AND DANCE 54th STREET TAVERN 2!fi!l N. W. 54th Street MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone 7-9149 HILL JOLLEY Rest Wishes for a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW! YEAR To All My Fricnils GASTON B. WAUTIER FRENCH CONSUL HAPPY NEW YEAR WALSH SCHOOL OF BUSINESS SCIENCE ACCREDITED: Catherine S. Walsh. Director Telephone 2-1667 Professional BuiMing MIAMI, l-'l.i iltlllA AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF COMMERCIAL COLLEGES A Rosh Hashanah Message from the President of the United States to American Jewry GREETINGS New PIANOS Used SOLD—Liberal trade-in allowances BOUGHT—Highest prices paid TUNED—REPAIRED REFINISHED BSstimatei riven without obllffa* llon. All merchandise and work fully guaranteed lor your eatlsfnction ROY H. CREAGER PIANO COMPANY 1165 S. W. 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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. Iflaa ISRAEL AND AMERICA SPEAK IN TERMS OF ETHICS (BY RABBI MAX SHAPIRO) BETH DAVID CONGREGATION—MIAMI For ten days all Israel, everyone who is true enough to be brave and honest enough to recognize faults, examines his conduct and prepares his moral inventory. Genuine penitence, during the period commencing with Rosh Hashonoh and ending with Yom K i p p u r, must come with confession, not hazyregrets, but definite admission of fault, of vice, of sin. Confession of sin alone is not sufficient! Determination to I do better must accompany i t. Let us beware, men and women, lest our self-sufficiency or our Ipirit of arrogance lead us lem confronting Israel and the whence there is no returning. Men and women of Greater Miami: I take the liberty this year,' to deviate from the usual general procedure of a New Year's Greeting to present the serious prob, lem confronting Israel and the | world; so that we might glean and apply the needed message for our welfare in the future. True religion and Americanism, or for me as a spiritual lead e r in Isirael, Judaism and America n i s m, are among the great civilizing forces of the universe. Little does the average perso n realize how much they have in common. Togeth er. they stand for the rich spiritual values of life and living; together, they stand for u n trammeled progress against the forces of darkness and superstition; together they hail peace and good will as the true destiny of man on earth. These are some of the thoughts which come to me this Rosh-Hashonoh on the rich spiritual heritage which makes up both Judaism i and true Americanism. A man! may be said to be a good Jew who I is God-fearing and honorable, kind and tolerant, charitable and humble, seeking ever to listen and to learn in order that he may grow intellectually and spiritually. Is not this the path of the true American also. More than 3000 years ago the Ii us left, by the grace of God, an intolerable slavery and fought with the wilderness and the unknown and out of there they built a civilization which has brought some of the noblest thoughts of a'l time. Out of the struggle with the wilderness they received a law and fashioned a code of morals which in the shape of the great ten commandments has always been and always shall be, the great guiding light to those who seek to walk in the path of God. Hundreds of years ago, the early Puritans turned their backs on oppression and set forth over windswept seas to build a civilization. Into the trackless wastes of a rock-bound and barren continent they came. Here they fought and subdued wilderness; here they built cities and states and ultimately a nation which stands before all the world as an inspiration to men everywhere. Here they declared their profound conception of the "Rights of Man;" here they built a sanctuary for millions who came out of darkness and oppression to a land blessed with liberty and opportunity. And thus they walk, hand in hand, Judaism to the Jew, Christianity to the Christian and Amercanism towards the every greater triumphs which await the progress of man. To those who are conscious of these two great miracles, there must be evident the realization A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALI OUR JEWISH FRIENDS Miami Coal & Oil Co., Inc. COAL AND OIL STOVES—OH BURNERS AND SUPPLIES PHONE -'-; %  1100 N. W, 22ND STREET HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. T L. LOWRLE 828 X. W. 3rd Avenue MIA .MI. FLORIDA GOOD WILL IS OUR GREATEST ASSET When Ready to Enjoy the Finest Fishing in the World GO TO JERRYS FISHING TACKLE 8HOP 1307 N. 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And demonstrating by our faith, our conduct an I our judgments, that together they form the most solid bulwark which has ever been given to man in order that life shall become ever (Continued on Page Twenty -Five) Welcome to Our Jewish Friends and A Happy New Year Alhambra Hotel The center of Convenience in MIAMI, FLORIDA A modern high class family Hotel in a Quiet Neighborhood Ovt Hooking Biscayne Baj W. EARI.E SPENCER, Mgr. To Our Many Jewish Friendand Patrons—A Most Happy and Prosperous New Year UNION EGG AND POULTRY CO. "Let Is Supply Your itfeeaa BOGS AMI POULTRY Wholesale and Retail PHONE 3-21)32 1335 N. \V. 7th Avenue •+ %  %  HAPPY NEW YEAR KENNEDY and ELY INSURANCE, Inc. CONGRESS BLDG. — MIAMI KENNEDY & BECKER, Inc 1245 Wath Ave.— MIAMI BEACH SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YETR"""' GEORGE J. BURCKEL BURCKEL BUILT HOMES 912 N. 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ntTDAY. KPTEMBML S3, 1138 THX JEWISH FLORIDIAK PAGE TWENTY SE\ EN THE YEAR IN JUDAISM (BY HENRY W. LEVY) The marked swing back to traditional Judaism in America during 5697 was continued during the year 5698 just concluded. The movement th's year was characterized by a plea for "synagogue primacy." That this should be so is not strange, for the history of the world is marked by religious renaissances in times of sore spiritual stress. To put it very mildly, American Jewry is uncertain of itself. Events in Germany and elsewhere during the past five years have achieved B permanency that seemed almost unbelievable at their inception. Nationalism and anti-Semitism hive spread to other countries cf ih" world. American Jewry does not quite believe that "it can happen here," but ; t plans for the future in a nervous and hesitant manner. As many times before in its history, a sword of Damocles hangfl over Jewry's head. The normally introspective Jew thinks even more of himself and his problem than usual. The as-iin lationist is no longer completely sure of his point of view; a WOLPERT'S FURNITURE BARGAINS! We Refuse To Be Undersold" 155 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3-4132 Do You Own Your Home? There never wti a better time than now to build on* The Liberal Financing Through Federal Housing Administration Makes It Possible Give me a call and will Kiadly help you to net the bent t>osslble Information a to Its olan. H. SIMONS Care Ackerman Int. Agency 1015 Seybold Bldg. Phone 2-31S1 feeling has developed among Jewry that an "inner" Jewish life must be created as a backlog against any catastrophe that may befall it. This has accentuated a trend in Reform Jewry that antedates Hitlerism, a reversion to traditionalism in religious ritual. DANGER OF SECULARISM Religious leaders feel that Jewry, like many other American religious groups, is becoming secularized. This point was made before the Central Conference of American Rabbis at its 49th annual convention by a number of speakers and in several reports. It was clearly stated by one of the deans of the American Rabbinate, Rabbi David Lefkowitz of Dallas, Texas, when he declared that there must be a vigorous insistence that the synagogue has the right of representing the Jewish people. He sad: "A reaffirmation is needed at this time, in the face of the secularists among us, that Judaism was always and is still the most important factor in the l'fe of our people; that faith and not philanthropy will save us. The voice of the synagogue has its vital message to brin-r to our people today. "This insistence of the primacy of the synagogue and of the rel'gious point of view must especially be made at this time. As perhaps never before, the Jew, who gave religion to the world, should be in •i position to reaff rm the religious and moral obligations of man to man." In his presidential address before the annual convention of the Synagogue Council of America, Rabbi Simon Greenberg of Philadelphia made a similar plea to the Rabbinate of the Conservative Group of Judaism when he declared that the tendency to secularize KOSHER ZI.ON SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th St and Normal Ave CHICAGO, ILL. Deliciors Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meat* DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DEUrATSSSRV Now Obtainable Everywhere in Florida Jewish life is extremely dangerous. "Relgion," he said, "is the only factor which gives meaning and content to the Jewish struggles for survival." SYNAGOGUE UNITY URGED Dr. Greenberg further expressed a desire for synagogue unity, a point that was also made at the Central Conference convention. He ivged the strengthening of the Synagogue Council of America, a federat'on of the lay and rabbinical groups of the three wings of Judaism—Orthodox, Conservative and Reform. He particularly cri ticized ttifl newly organized Coordinating Council of lay Jewish groups for their om'ssion of representative religious leaders. While "welcoming" the formation of the Coordinating Council. Dr. Greenberg said: "We nevertheless wish "to po'n' out that no group can be directb representative of the Americai Jewish community which does no' ; nchide representatives of the organized religious l'fe of our peo nle." At the Central Conference con%  "tion. its president. Rabbi Mas C. Currick of Erie. Pa., also nitre' a strengthened Synagogue Council of Ameri a to aid Jewry 'n th' "solemn tasks" confronting it. He blamed the loss of synagogue primacy on the inability of the various branches of Judaism to cooperate. "Th n syrawue." h" said, "mils' "'t-ib''sh its right to speak and act E -en th•• most unsynagogued would —idilv hive roneeded it before this, had w boldly and ably exercised it. The different branches o* \m"""i"an Judaism must join hands if this contribution of the Synagogue is to be made possible. "In the Svnagogue Council we have the medium through whi h to confer and act in recinrocal respect and fellowship, with freedom of conscience in matters that distinguish us from each other and in the unity of belief and expression in those things that distinguish u = from th> rest of thworld." JEWISH UNITY ACHIEVED The alreadv mentioned new Coord'mting Council—composed of the American Jewish Committee, the American Jewish Congress, the Jewish I abor Committee and the International Order of B'nai B'rith — ame into being : n June after a %  ong and bitter struggle between the American Jewish Committee and the AniTican Jewish Congress. Th:climactic point of issue was the Congress' plan for a plebiscite among American Jewry that in its original form named the Congress as the instrument of American Jewry for the defense ot human rights in this country ar.. abroad. Prior to the compromise esolution, the Congress had changed its plebiscite to ask the innocuous question: Do you believe in unity among American Jewry? The new Council is limited in scope to those matters "which relate specifically to safeguarding the equal rights of Jews" and doe: nc\'. affect the autonomy of any of the organizations or include "the considerations of questions involv ing national, racial or rel'gious philosophies." Its creation ha: been hailed in Jewry as a peact move designed to prevent contro versy in regard to matters ot which all Jews agree in pr'ncipli but on whi h there is sometime: a grave difference of opinion a regards techniques to be employed The meeting was called at th insistence of a large number o' iocal Jew'sh community council: throughout the country that desir ed to end bickering betwean th( various national organizations The Pittsburgh conference, a: which the compromise was adont "d, was thus signif'cant in that 'he voice of Jewry outside of New York made itself heard above th' voice of New York's two mil'ior Jews who had for many y iars dominated American Jewish life. ROI.E OF EDUCATION Jew'sh education, both for children and adults, is to play an important part in the plans to re-ita'ize the synagogue. Rabbi David Cedarhum of New York, nresenting the report of the Commission on Jewish Education to the Central Conference of Amer'can Rabbis, stressed the need for a "broader reorientation in the direction of the Jewish adult." He declared that the "emergence of Hitler and the evident bankrupt y ->f the assimilation'st doctrine, the •ilight of European Jewry and the evidences of nascent Fascism in this country and fear of its possible consequences to the American Jew himself, have all created some very essential needs in his personal life-i— a need to understand the world he lives in and his relationship to it, a need for guidance in his economic reorientation nd his vocational readjustment, nd a need for spiritual sustenance and strength to face the world as a Jew." Orthodoxy went even further in stressing the need for Jewish education. In his report as chairman of the National Orthodox Board of Jewish Education, Rabbi Joseph Lookstein of New York declared the Jewish parochial school to be the ideal form of Jewish education. Reporting on the success of f'fteen such schools in New York, Rabbi Lookstein said: "The time should come when, like Catholics, we refuse to dediate a synagogue unless there is a nearby parochial school in which to educate the children." (Continued on Page 28.) Ca—t U JACKSONVILLE aae lu MIIMII.I BEACHES fw 0* NIOHGETTA8LE VACATION JACKSONVILLE'S LARGEST .-d FINEST HOTEL 300 ROOM J00 B.u* The WHH M 4 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA e ConvtakMly located In the downtown baiincu, iheppinj. and ihctlic d ilrict. Every "><"• '" outiide room with private both, (no court> circulatine k water, radio, Ian aiwi bad rcadinf lamp. Suiter, ol eerier, bedroom and balh. Superior culilna and lervice In The Patio Grill, eael In The Rooievell Rendeivour. 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PAGE TWENTY THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, BEPTEMBER 23 ioo n HALF JEWS Between Two Camps ( Continued from Page Nine) species" with the eternal and decadent Jewish species and so rear a new, pioneer race of intellectuals and artists. As a matter of fact, experience has shown us such miscegenous natures following lone and forward-looking paths. Mrst certainly, the period between the French Revolution and the outbreak of the World War, viewed as a whole, was a time of interfusion; everywhere there arose contacts between opposites, conflagrations flared up which gave rise to pervasive and remarkable fruitions. And just as with fine types of canine crossbreeds, inherent characteristics were bred out to make place for higher mental and spiritual acquisitions. Neitzsche's saying seems to be applicable to a certain extent. Artists emerge who are particularly bound by form. In the nineteenth century alone, we see three such related figures among the halfJews, the brilliant German painter, Hans von Marees, the famous Munich sculptor, Adolph von Hildebrand, and the creative writer. Paul Heyse. All three of them stand under the law of classic Mediterranean form of the lucid, penetrating shaping of the image, of the sculptured form, of the novel or the short-story, in accordance with the norms that Mediterranean culture has set up for these art-forms. We can also see how the brooding, mentally-burdened element is operative in them, abruptly stemming back the naive ebullience of Marees and Hildebrand. This type tries by means of intellectual aids and incessant mental effort to wrest from the ideal form that which the gift of the gods in its caprice does not wish to yield up. Thus Hans von Marees came to be the tragic representative of this type, Paul Heyse became its superficial one, and Adolph von Hildebrand its shrewdly theorizing one, who nevertheless succeeded in producing art of permanent value in his picture of the city of Munich. His book, The Way to Form, takes its place among the best of what German artists have written on esthetic problems, jnrt as the work of another Munich artist entitled Jews in the Field of Music, belongs among the worst. This artist, none other than Richard Wagner, was, according to Nietzsche"s judgment, a halfJew, and to judge from the appearance of his son, the composer Siegfried Wagner, he must have been a full-blooded one. Even though Nietzsche's suspicion that "his father was an actor named Geyer (hawk) and from Geyer it is not far to Adler (eagle,) "does not prove the existence of a Jewish strain in Wagner's descent since the Geyers were able to trace their ancestry in Church records back to the fifteenth century, there is none-the-less the possibility of Jewish heritage in Wagner's grandparents. And Richard Wag ner, the most tortured genius of German music, the most European of all modern Germans, would be totally inconceivable if one eliminated his Jewish elements. His very emotional attitude towards things Jewish corroborates this: the wild ingratitude with which he attacked Mendelssohn and Meyerbeer, and his profound kinship with all the artists at the turn of the century, a period that has been stupidly called the European decadence through the erroneous juxtaposition of Dostoycvsky with Baudelaire and Strindberg with Oscar Wilde. They were not decadents, all these artists, including the poet and enchanter of Tristan and Isolde; they were neurotics, the first and most splendid victims of that illness of the century which at that time broke out overwhelmingly among gifted people and created talents of blended hues, rich in nuances, of unheard of power of expression, abandoning themselves wholly to the Mediterranean countries and forms—a movement whose last stragglers were Maeterlinck and D'Annunzio. The Jewish element in Wagner unifies his virtues and his errors, his ridiculous weaknesses as well as his glorious powers; it combines out of them that strange character and that remarkably bright and varied nature that Wagner really was, as contrasted with the distorted figure which the new Reich claims to revere. We Extend Sincerest Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR Borgeson Body Works 2143 N. W. 1st Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA i i iiiNimiiiiiiinii Hiiiitilliiiiiliiiiintiii BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAH TO ODB MANY FRIENDS AND PATR0N8 I MORRIS BROTHERS, Inc. I DRUG AND DEPARTMENT STORE 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Hm mi it mi Minimi i in '" imuiimiiiinii i imimmii HIIHIIHIIMOJ ^ItlllllltllllllllllMIIHIIIIIHIIIIIIIIimilrlllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllll lltlllllllllllllllMIIHIII


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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN PAGE THIRTY FIVE HD PALESTINE IN AMERICA Dr. Thomas Mann, the most celebrated of the non Jewish exiles fron. Germany, lays the cornerstone of the Palestine Pavll'on at the New York World's Fair. Opportunity Knocks A Msssage fron the President of Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds BY STANLEY C. MYERS various agencies, and distributes the welfare fund collected among these agencies. The experiences of successfully operated federations throughout the country prove that by means of Federation, the number of contributors in the Federated communities increase from year to year, proving beyond question of doubt I that Federation awakens a commu| nity to its responsibilities and reaches a greater percentage of | Jewish residents than were reachj ed prior to the organization of the Federation, and thusly makes the support of Jewish causes a community proposition rather than an individual one. Of lesser importance from the standpoint of ideology but of prime 'mportance of practicalities is the fact that federation eliminates a multiplicity of campaigns in the course of the year and materially reduces the cost of raising funds, and therefore makes ava'lable to the institutions seeking relief more of the funds raised in the community. It also eliminates the annoying and provok'ng continuous solicitation of local business and professional men by representatives of the various soliciting agencies, which solicitations usually result in the de-lination of the charitable inclination of the person solicited. The formation of the Federat'on in Miami presents an opportunity to Miami Jewry to show its real Worth as a Jewish community. Our Jewish leaders see no clear sk!es on the horizon of international affairs for the coming year. The financial burdens placed upon American Jewry will certainly be increased and not lessened for the next few years. If our community avails itself of the opportunity afforded it by Federation, it will unify and coordinate its money-raising activi ties and will -successfully assume and fulfill its obligations as an integral part of American Jewry. GREETINGS Du Puis Dude Ranch 3400 N. W. 62nd Avtnue Excellent Horses—Good Bridle Paths—Moonlight Rides a Specialty [ %  HONE T-Jil'S i Opportunity knocks! This coming year will prove whether Miami Jewry, so often criticized as being "floating" and "unsettled," is ready. May God grant that the true Jewish spirit of understanding and charity will govern the judgment and determinations of the members, directors and officers of the Greater Miami Federat'on of Jewish Welfare Funds and will guide the Jewish residents of Miami in supporting, morally and financially, the annual welfare fund drive to be conducted by the Federat'on during the coming year. GREETINGS Donaldson Motor Sales Better Automobiles for Less 940 W. Flagler St.—Phone 3-3731 (Continued from Page 3) to such Jewish causes; it will en determines the proper am >unt the particular community should give able our community to face its obligations to such Jew'sh causes intelligently and in a thorough-going and effective manner ;it will make possible a more equitable distribution of the funds raised in the community among the various Jewish agencies and it will give the local community an intelligent control over the collect'on and distribution of welfare funds. The method of operation of every federation is simple. It intelligently analyzes the needs of every organization soliciting funds in the community and by the application of recognized standards to the soliciting agencies. It then cies to accept the amount fixed by the Federation and its agreement not to solicit funds in the community. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE NINETEEN STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL (Continued from Page Ten) Messrs. Hitler and Mussolini. They'll have no trouble proving that the Jews are nor real Japanese. • • • Herr Hitler will take a long vacation in his mountain man" .sion, and sensational rumors will spread that he is suffering from a deadly disease. Don't start celebrating. It'll turn out to be nothing more than laryngitis due to the passage of too much hot air through his throat. Messrs Goebbelfl and Streicher will discover that the Jews in Germany have become too arrogant, and that a new set of more stringent Nuremberg laws should be instituted against theh. Der Stucrmer, Stretcher's organ, will be banned by Herr Hitler. Don't, however, get the idea that this will mean the curtailment of anti-Semitism F or Herr Stretcher will, at the same time, receive a new decoration for outstanding service to the Nazi cause. The Polish ambassador to the United Slates will send a message to the Federation of Polish Jews in America denying discrimination against or persecution of Jews in his country. Good news: The situation of the Jews in Roumania will be improving continually, much to the disgust of the Nazi propagandists. ... A sensational story will be current that Mussolini is of Jewish ancestry and that his real name is Moishe Lurie. ...) Don't bother to spread it. If it were so we should hang our heads in shame. Leslie Horej Belisha, Britain's Secretary of War, will be mentioned for the prime ministry, to succeed Chamberlin. Well, that's not impossible. Nazis in this country will adopt a new policy of working exclusively under the cloak of pseudo-American patriotic organizations, letting the Bund gradually disappear from the map. That'll be more dangerous, so look out for that new front of 150-percent Americanism. SALON CAUSERIE The movie about Haym Salomon will be postponed once more. Hollywood producers will not be cured of their hallucination that anything Jewish spells poison at the box office. Paul Muni will announce his retirement from the movies, but don't let that get you down. ... It will be temporary, and will mean only an interlude on the stage. Sinione Simon, who returned to France after saying good-bye forever to Hollywood, will come back. You'll GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ALLIED SIGN STUDIOS 800 N. W. 36th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA hear that she's a Jewish girl. It' %  rue. ... A new interpretation of Shylock will be produced on Broadway. There'll be lots of protests from Jewish organizations but after the premiere they'll all jump on the bandwagon. The Habima ensemble will visit the United States and, believe it or not, will end up with a profit. Maurice Samuel's book, a 150,000-word Jewish novel, will make a furore. ... So will Pierre van Passcn's opus—an autobiagraphical account of a foreign correspondent's life—be found among GREETINGS HERTZ DRIV-UR-SELF STATIONS 52 S. E. First Street MIAMI Phone 2-8537 the best-sellers. It's title definitely will be "The World's Window". You can also look forward to an Aryan novel by Ludwig Lewisohn, and a book of essays by Dr. Solomon Goldman... Continuing our literary forecast, we announce a de luxe book on Palestine, to be published by the Palestine Pavilion under the editorship of Meyer W. Weisgal. Among the celebrities to visit the United States will be Lion Feuchtwanger, Alfred Kerr, Stefan Zweig Arnold Zweig, Maxa and Andre Maurois. Max Baer will not regain the world's heavyweight championship, but a new Jewish lightweight whose name nobody knows as yet will lie the boxing sensation of the year. Now watch our batting average. If we're wrong on any of these prognostications, don't sue us. Just remember that our world is loony these days L 'shanah tovah. H S. 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PAGE FORTY-SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER i ( out inui'il from Ptffl 45) RABBI AM) MRS. SKOP IN NEW RESIDENCE Announcement has been made this week that Rabbi and Mrs. Skop and their growing daughter. Shirah Rinah, are now established in their new residence at 420 Anderson Court, where they will be pleased to welcome all members and friends. B'NAl IVRITH The local Lodge 1043 is progressing and increasing its membership from week to week. Unusual programs have been arranged including the recently held Fathers and Sons Night. At the next meeting the degree team will initiate some ten new members. The lodge appropriated fifty dollars to purchase and have made up with insignia degree team robes in blue and white. Members of the decree team under the direct'on of Mr. Haimowitz are Martin Segal, Morris Labellman, Sam Michelson, Norman Nagle and Herbert Talisman. YOUNG FOLKS GET-TOG ETHER Upon invitation of Rabbi and Mrs. Skop all young, unmarried folk were invited to a social gettogether at their home last Wednesday. The fine response and program launched the year for both the Stag Club and the Doe Club comprised of young men and women of the Jewish Community. GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS F. C. MADER, Terminal Docks I.Ncs THE GRANADA SHOPg Makers of Fine Furniture 2900 Ponce de Leon H| vd CORAL GABLES LEOPOLD IH BOV Executive Director of the Jewish Braille Institute. IIREBTIXI iS GREAT SOUTHERN AUTO SUPPLY, INC. Distributor Federal Tires. Wrecker Service, Radiators. Brake Lining. Glass Installed 2! :i N VV. !_• %  %  11 > Sti • • STEVE MILLER. Manager i IRBBTINI IS V. H. NELLENBOGEN Architect Offll % %  925 Lincoln Road—Miami Beach PHONE 52450 SINCERE WISHES To Our Jewish Friends for a HAPPY NEW YEAR Jesse P. Montz GENERAL CONTRACTOR Have a "MONTZ-BUILT" Home Phone 5-1636 1121 Sixteenth Street MIAMI BEACH BEST WISIIKS For A HAPPY NEW YEAH Prom •I. W. KAMIXSKI and ASSOCIATES i 1 MIAMI SOAP COMPANY 27th St. Hialeah, Fla. (i If K E T I N (i S LA PORTA SUNDREES PHONE 2-!i:21—179 WEST FLAGLER ST. FOUNTAIN SERVICE B EER — WINES FILMS —P \ I EN I MEDICINES—TOBACCO—STATIONERY MR. and MRS. MICHAEL HORVATH AND ASSOCIATES OF SILVER Tourist Camp Extend Besl Wishes to Their Jewish Friends and Patrons 3170 S. W. 8th Street one 5094 y BEST WISHES F >K A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR y* PURE OIL COMPANY PRODUCTS I IjgtPurol I I ...... I SOLVES CAMON PROBLEMS | SHAW BROS. | OIL CO., Inc | It' yon contemplate renting or Imying anywhere in the.Greater Miami area, it will pay you to f'rst check our many choice and varied listings. With offices in Miami. Miami Beach and Coral Gables, we offer a complete real estate service including rentals, sales, property management and mortgage loans. THE KEYES co. /left //n J Biscayne Bldg. Ml W. Plagler St. Phone 2-7671 NEW YEARS GREETINGS HAMLYN MATTRESS & UPHOLSTERING CO. 1235 N. Miami Avenue Phone 2-4856 GOOD WISHES TO ALL MY JEWISH PRIENDS FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR A BAPF1 AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OCR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Beach Boat Slip Corporation HAULING—STORAGE—PAINTING WOOD AND MACHINE SHOPS 1928 PLRDY AVENUE MIAMI BEACH MR AND MRS. DAVID HUGHES OF THE HUGHES SEED STORE 50 S. E. First Street EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR A. "Pat" Cannon A HAPPY NEW YEAR MONSALVATGE AND DRANE DISTRIBUTORS


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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FORTY-FIVE wJewisti FBoiriidliain rUBUIHBD IVERT FRIDAY P. O. Box 1911 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 8. W. Scond Avenua Phonea 2-1141; 2-1183 J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manarar |.UTW M aaaond ctaii m.it.r July 4. 10. at tha Poat Offlea at Miami. FbrMa, undr UM Act of March I. lBTt. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN Rapraaantatlra WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICE Rap r aaipatiTa ORLANDO DORIS 8. HELLER RapraaantatiT* TAMPA MRS. JAT MARKOWITZ VapraMnUtiva SUBSCRIPTION Hi Month! > %  • Taar MM ..Sl.M FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 VOLUME 11—NUMBER 37 Sundown September 23th, Rosh Hashanah services. Sermon: "What Cannot be Taken from the Jew." Monday, Orthodox service at 7:00 p. m.; Unity service at 10:00 a. m. to 12:00 noon; Children's service at 10:30 a. m. Tuesday, same as on Monday. Rabbi Skop will preach on both mornings. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL Registration will continue until next Sunday. Classes include Senior High, Junior High, Hillel Class and Akiba Class, Kindergarten and Confirmation. Sessions begin at 10:00 a. m. HEBREW SCHOOL Beginners and advanced groups now meeting daily. The Bar Mitzvah Club now has six members who meet regularly with Cantor Abraham Leshinsky and the Rabbi. ADULT EDUCATION COURSES In response to requests from many adults and young people two courses will be offered this year on Wednesday nights as follows: Survey in Jewish History—7:15 p. m., by Mr. Martin Segal. Beginners Hebrew—8:00 to 8:15 p. m., by Rabbi Morris Skop. Current Jewish Problems—9:00 to 11:00 p. m., by Rabbi Skop— (Sponsored by the Youth Forum.) LADIES AUXILIARY The first luncheon meeting held in the gardens of the president, Mrs. Louis Jacob, marked the beginning of a new year's work. Committee reports were made ind'cating the enrollment of many new members. Resolutions were passed to join the newly formed Jewish Community Council and to provide partitions for the Religious and Hebrew Schools. (Continued on Page 46) Responsibility There was a time when the very surroundings on the eve of Rosh Hashono bought a feeling of awe. ... a sense of responsibility felt at no other time during the entire year. yes, a sense of personal responsibility produced by a sound introspection of one's own acts. ... a sort of taking stock of one's self, not for the purpose of overrating ourselves, but because of a keen, heartfelt desire to really find out what we were and above all who we were. This feeling' of awe, this sense of responsibility seems to be passing out. Today it's just getting over the Holidays and even reckoning the loss one might sustain in business because of keeping closed one or two days of Rosh Hashono. and the day of Yom Kippur. No personal responsibility. No thought of taking stock, in the least. just the idea of paying a debt to God by the cosiest method and means possible. and that is going to Shul a couple of hours, taking everything into consideration except the spiritual during these several hours, and then feeling that his debt had been completely discharged. We wonder if the Jew today realizes that his religion is one of personal responsibility. ... we have no system of offering sacrifices to appease the wrath of one higher up. we have no method of paying Jo a priest or Church and receiving absolution for our transgressions. How many know the definite rule that for one's wrongs to his fellow men, none but the wronged one can grant forgivness h ow many know that the sins of omission are often more grievous than the sins of commission. How many of us realize the responsibility that is ours not to the individual but to the community as a whole h ow many of us will realize that this sense of personal responsibility has been one of the prime and major causes of our being in existence even today .... how many know that comprises when they are matters of principles are not the proper recognition of the personal responsibility that is ours. Let us hope that, on this Rosh Hashono the sense of personal responsibility that should rightfully be ours if we are to live as J ws. will be fullv understood and realized. RABBI AND MRS. DAVID L. ZIELONKA and SON Wish for all Jewry, and particularly the members and worshippers of CONG. SCHAARAI ZEDEK Tampa, Florida A HAPPY NEW YEAR %  t % %  111111 %  i %  i M %  i %  11 %  11 % %  i %  ir • J irt Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro DAUGHTER and SON Wish for all Jewry, and particularly the members and officers of Beth David Congregation, a H VI'PY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR umuliHlliwlli RABBI AND MRS. MOSES MESCHELOFF and DAUGHTER RENAH RAHEL Wish for all Jewry and particularly the members and officers of Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach, a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR """ immiiiiiiiitHiiimmiaiiiNiiim i iiiiMiiiiHiir RABBI and MRS. ABRAHAM A. KELLNER and SON HAROLD NATHAN Extend to all Jewry, and par ticularly the officers and members of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and its Ladies' Auxiliary, sincere and heartfelt wishes for A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR •Miiiiiimiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii RABBI DR. and MRS. JACOB H. KAPLAN o o o Extend to all Jewry and particularly the members of TEMPLE ISRAEL SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS [ NEW YEAR ntaiiMiim iimiiiMiumuiniti BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR John R. Beacham Harvey Bldg, West Palm Beach, Fla. RABBI and MRS. ALEX S. KLEINFELD Wish for all Jewry, and particularly the members and worshippers of LAUDERDALE HEBREW CONGREGATION Fort Lauderdale, Florida A HAPPY NEW YEAR RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN Extends to all Jewry and particularly the members of TEMPLE ISRAEL SINCERE WISHES FOR A | HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS j NEW YEAR Rabbi and Mrs. Morris A. Skop and DAUGHTER EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO THE Officers and Members of CONG. OHEV SHOLOM Orlando, Florida and to Jewry at Large i 4 Rabbi Adolph Burger Wishes the officers, members and worshippers of Cong. 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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE ELEVEN # V Rosh Hashanah 5699 &f &f &f &f (BY MIIWK; I.EWISOHN) How shall we begin this year after the unsurpassable horrors iind tragedies thai marked the year just gone? Let us at leas) begin i' in the spirit of that Baying of Rabbi Yitzchak: "If the year is poor to begin with, it will be rich in a spirit of indomitable hopefulness, of active hopefulness, in that trnnscendent and magnifieient spirit which Shelley hoped would bo the spirit of all humanity but which must be, as a mere matter of survival, the spirit of the Jewish people in this age: To suffer wees which hope thinks infinite; To forgive wrongs darker than death or night; To defy power which seems omnipotent : To love and bear; to hope till hope creates Prom its own wreck the thing it contemplates. unspeakable ills. There is. But it small groups. The will of the enis as yet latent and not active. It tire people is not yet reborn. It hi 8 !'''; "' y fif* di T rned and Continued on Page Seventeen) by many, many thousands it is not seen at all. The remedy for the ills of Israel is in the re-born will f of Israel. Birth pangs are felt here and there, birth pangs are felt by individual souls and by A 11 API'Y NEW YEAR RAYMOND A. WILLIAMS Engineer of Surveys MIAMI. FLORIDA A HAPPY NEW YEAR y* HARRY GOLDSTEIN 00. Certified Public Accountants Tax Consultants 1601-3 Congress Bldg. PHONE 2-2137 GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Kantro Nursery 315.', SW. 23rd Street It is curious to contemplate the exactness with which these undying verses describe what is and must be the attitude of the Jewish people. We have year after recent year and especially during that just passed, suffered infinite woes; we have been afflicted with wrongs darker than death or night; we have had at least by our erectness of spirit to defy apparently omnipotent power; we have sought, especially in Eretz Yiarael, to love and bear; we must, we must cling to the kind of hope that does literally, again especially in Eretz Yisrael, create from its own wreck the substance of its ultimate vision. But it must be no supine or merely prayerful hope. It must be active and sacrificial. Often and often is the Midrash quoted to the effect that God permits no niakka, no ill or misfortune, to befall Israel until the Refuah, the remedy therefor is already in existence. Profoundly true!' The truth of that Midrash is vibrantly alive in history by both positive and negative examples. It is exemplified with burning clearness in this age. There is a Refuah for our present THE BEST DRESSED MEN WEAR •; BEST '\YlsllKs for a HAPPY NEW YEAR from MRS. GARDNER ALBINA APARTMENTS } 1333 X. E, Bayshore Court -i NEW YEAR GREETINGS A FRIEND (jr. J. (jr. The Schwob Co. JACKSONVILLE MIAMI ORLANDO PENSACOLA ST. PETERSBURG TAMPA WEST PALM BEACH A HAPPY NEW YEAR R. C. Fleeman State .Manager MUTUAL BENEFIT HEALTH AND ACCIDENT ASSOCIATION, OMAHA 511 Security Bldg. -MIAMI. FLORIDA REST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR R. W. Parker FREIGHT AGENT M.&M. Transportation Co. Pier 1, Municipal Docks Sincerest Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR TAMIAMI Furniture Co. 622 S. W. 8th Street MIAMI, FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR WOODY'S Service Station 844 N. W. Fifth Ave. MIAMI. FLOP!DA ------1 H! i A HAPPY NEW YEAR Corrigan, Miller & Company INCORPORATED FLORIDA MUNICIPAL BONDS Ingrahara Building Telephone 3-2137 MIAMI. FLORIDA To Our Many Friends A Most Happy and Prosperous New Year THE LEAR SCHOOL Opening for Fall Term Monday, October 3rd PHONE 5-2723 1500 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. -r *. MAY THE NEW YEAR HP INC HAPPINESS, JOY AND PROSPERITY TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS AND T<> ALL JEWRY Sch rager,s inc. i 1001 WEST FLAGLER STREET 1836 S. W. THIRD AVENUE 'HIGHEST TYPE PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY y MR. and MRS. MAURICE LEVIN and Son SEYMOUR of THE PRESIDENT HOTEL AY I SI I Til FIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR EAST COAST FISH MARKET West Flagler Street AT THE BRDDGE t|i EXTENDS TO ALL JEWRY Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE SAPERO of the FISHER LUMBER COMPANY "JOHNNY ON THE SPOT SERVICE" m EXTEND TO ALL THEIR BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR 4{j



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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN AMERICAN JUDAISM 5698's Religious Trends In Jewish Life (BY DR. LOUIS FINKELSTEIN) During one of the most tragic years in Jewish history, Judaism has made immense gains. While the body politic of the Jewish people has suffered, its spirit has marched on. Dr. Fin!:elstein, provost of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, here reviews the important religious trends in Jewish life during 5698, emphasizing the rise of a new era of creativity in Judaism. —THE EDITOR Incredible as it may seem to us, who read each morning continually more horrifying tales of the sufferings of Jews abroad, the year 5698 may ultimately be recorded as marking a turn for the better in the history of Judaism. The initial shock of witnessing one of the most cultured communities in the world degraded by methods of medieval barbarism has passed, nnd once more the Jewish bodypolitic is displaying its genius for making calamity the instrument for spiritual development; and like a Proust writ large, is transforming what might appear to be a mortal disease into the means of obtaining deeper insight into Judaism itself and the world. Judaism refuses to yield its spirit to the superior forces which threaten to consume its body. But with martyr-like spirit, it transfers to the human scene that most dramatic of the miracles of the physical world: the creation of new energy out of destroyed atoms. Perhaps, no other characteristic of Judaism has contributed as much to its unique place in the history of civilization as this singular quality. The destruction of Babylon put an effectual end to Happy New Year Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weintraub and Family Miami Window Cleaning Co 12.11 s. W. Filth st. A HAPPY NKW YEAR 308 Eaat Flu trier St. PHONE 2-3718 HAPPY NKW YEAR H. GEORGE FINK 2128 Ponce 911 a.m >§• been silenced by outward success, rose to the immortal heights of Paradise Lost in his blindness and the defeat of his party; Walter Scott became a novelist only when he had lost his material possessions. The ancient Jewish historians thoroughly appreciated this aspect of their people's genius. The Books of Judges and of Kings, properly understood, are simply chronicles of the manner in which Israel responded to suffering, by re-discovering itself. And in several respects the events of the year 5698 indicate that the ancient power still survives among the Jews, and is once more manifesting itself. There is widespread evidence of this. In Palestine, political and economic difficulties notw i t hstanding, the resurrection of the Hebrew language and the creation of a new center of Jewish learning, with its focus at the Hebrew University, are accomplished facts. The English Jews, only three hundred thousand in number, have undertaken important cultural activities, including the stupendous task of a translation of the Talmud. In the midst of their sufferings, the German Jews are still producing literary works of universal significance. And revitalized interest in Judaism is reported also from South Africa and Australia. But perhaps It Is chiefly here, in America, that we can discern HAPPY NEW YEAR Bo's Products Co. 156 X. E. 18th SI reel .MIAMI. FLORIDA Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR DADE Typewriter Co. Now located at our new home 146 N. E. 2nd Ave. Typewriters Cash Registers Adding Machines Bought Itepaired Sold HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI SANDWICH CO. Ill7 N. E. First Ave. MIAMI. FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR MALOLY'S MARKET 941 S. W. 22nd Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA GREETINGS THE NASH METHOD OF SHOE REPAIRING HENRY MAZER 106 N. 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They indicate the coming of veritable revolution in our whole spiritual outlook: the beginning of a firm and vigorous re-assertion of our belief that Judaism is a valid and valuable approjeh to the problems of human life, a religion in the truest sense of the word. .The dignity and deliberation which marked the proceedings of the vor(Continued on Page Eight) BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Krims-Sapiro Co. 1625 Pennsylvania Avenui MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA GREETINGS JORDAN & YATES SALOON 280 Wesl Flagler St net POP YATES—LEE JORDAN New Year Greetings from JOHN BROWN "BROWNIE" METROPOLITAN BAR GREETINGS Sun Mattress Co. I 2222 N. W. 2nd Ave. Innerspring Mattressei Sold i With a Written Guarantee at Low at $10.00 NEW YEAR GREETINGS FLAMINGO OIL CO. 101 S. W. 2nd Street .MIAMI GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mark B. Jones MIAMI. 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PAGE SIXTY TWO THE JEWISH FLORHJIAN w ^ Wr t \ "^ *** mT ES:^ < %  1 %  •tv* a-^_ '• vgtfjl 1 r* WEB .' |L ^K^^T'* >*^*^M mam ^0% V- —*•-* -*-.-" % %  %  1V^ While rani playing :"! "' h '' r games were permitted in various Jewish communities, all such levity and sport were strictly forbidden during the days from R i h Hashanah to Yom Kippur. f iiSMiMStiiw unHiHHNHmm MllflH %  %  Compliments from Dr. I Carleton Deederer 139 s. B. Third Street PLASTIC SURGERY THE \MEKICAN CONSUL PAYS A VISIT The Hon. George Wadsworth. American Consul General in Jerusalem, recently paid a visit to En Ha-Shofet. Mr. Wadsworth (extreme left) is seen in the company of a |{haffir (Jewish armed Kuard) and some of the settlers on his inspection tour. LIGHTMAKERS*Nc. Miami Agents for Chase, Kurt Versen. H. A. Framburg Co., Etc. Florida'" Most beautiful display of Lighting Fixthrcs Management H. A. Abele—I'hone 3-5292 1730 Biscayne Boulevard Ample Parking Ij$hting Fixtures. GREETINGS A-l LOCK & KEY SHOP S"fe, Lock and Gun Experts HAItltY L. III'ITNER, Prop. 212 N. E. 14th Street MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 83 iflan HENRY MONSKY President of National B'nai It'rith BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR SAM-BEN SERVICE STATION .Y_ %  Meridian Aw. Miami Idacli TAMRA ELAINE and Her Parents Cantor and Mrs. MAURICE MAMCHES wish for the members and offil ers of Beth Jacob Congregation and Jewry at large A HAPPY NEW YEAR IIIHI f" i 3a' e'?&t^ 2323 3 Ijpijls %  |IHI| 3 33 35J4 3 1 9 1 3 9'1 tKmmmi A year round hotel, entirely fin proof, with steam heat for cool nlghu. Every •dran(ii'.itr n j^mvT tage of %  Florida vacation ikjAtUL/.' II'-" ujgU at moderate coat. |liC 9W l> JOSEPH H. AD*.M3. Manager i i 11111 %  1 %  ?; 1 %  %  : [ iTT^ Corner 5.W. 2nd Ave. and First Street S.W. RT LOUJ COST: QREETING8 American Linen I Supply Co. | 6207 N. W. 11th Avenue j PHONE 7-2315 MICKEY LUBEL HILLIARD CLEIN I'I MY MANY JEWISH FRIEND* A HAPPY NEW YEAR JAMES T. WILSON Supt. of Schools l'. 'li DADE COUNTY BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR KEEN SIGHT IHIINII.PI.OI. ii IIHI mm.. UmM^U,*,,,,,,!,,,,,,,, WISllINU ALL A il.M'l'V NEW YEAR NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS Miami Poultry AND EGG CO. "Quality" Our Slogan Fresh Dressed Poultry Strictly Fresh Eggs 1145 S. W. 8th Street BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR W. B. CAMPBELL j GENERAL CONTRACTOR i 1650 LeJcnne Road Phone 4-4332 j BEST WISHES—BEST OF LUCK A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mike Dallett's G arage & Service Station 340 Twenty-Third Street PnONK >0721 MIAMI BEACH | ATLANTIC ALE AND I BEER BREWEFtt ORLANDO, FLORIDA Miami Branch 2169 \ W. I irsi Ave. PHONE ;) H 127 L BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR NURSES REGISTRY NURSE'S OFFICIAL REGISTRY. INC FIFTH DIST. FLORIDA STATE NURSES ASSN. LUCY TREADWAY, REGISTRAR 134 Southwest Fourteenth Avenue ALL NURSES ARE FLORIDA STATE REGISTERED PHONE 2-0182 and 3-1866 SINCERE WISHES POR A HAPPY NEW YEAR COASTAL METAL CO. COASTAL WIPER SUPPLY CO. 94 N. W. Tenth Street GREETINGS Introducing Yacht "New River" SIGHTSEEING TRIPS AND EVENING SAILS 10 00 AM 2:00 P.M. 0:00 P.M. WE CATER TO CHARTER PARTIES Music and Dancing—For Reservations Phone 5-9200 Licensed for 174 Passengers Chambei of Commerce Docks—Miami Beach, Florida Ask for C ptain Gco. M. Stevens or Captain G. H. Nelson SINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR VIIHlHIIMtllllUIIIHIIIainilllllllimilHMimiMIIM^ SINCEREST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWI3H FRIENDS AND PATRONS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR WE MOVE YOU ANYWHERE IN U. S A. BONDED AND INSURED CARRIERS I I Suddath Moving & Storage Co. VANS RETURNING TO AND FROM ALL POINTS OFFICES IN ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES 3936 N. W. 17th Avenue Phone 2-7188 SCHIFF'S MARKET "For the Folks Who Want the Best" 2-!5->S=>: Chas. Lapoff & Sons IN CHARGE OF STRICTLY KOSHER MEATS AND POULTRY 1600 Lenox Avenue Miami Beach PHONE 5-3751 THE OUTSTANDING COMPLETE FOOD MARKET IN MIAMI BEACH I 1 I If I I



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rvTDAY. MPTIMBHL M. It38 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN I WRITE AS I PLEASE It seems but just a moment ago when we were about to enter the (synagogue for the Rosh Hashanah services ushering in the fateful year, 5698, and yet a year is about to pass into history. And what a year. We too, travel. faster p< rhaps than even the speed record making autos across'the flats of the salt lakes of Utah. but what footprints do we leave on the sands of time. We're in a rush. we can't wait. • • • time is fleeting (oiiie, if you will and we'll make a fast trip through the dot on the map called Greater Miami and perhaps if we can f'nd a bit of time to spare, to try and see the real "f Florida. Not the physical Miami, not the land of sunshine and sea, of palm and bathing beauties, of race tracks, soft ball, or other athletic contests, but the Jewish Miami, Incorporeal as that may be. What of the Synagogues for after all they should be the backbone of everything. have they been? Financially perhaps they have improved. but what of the spiritual renaissance that we were promised. alas and alack. with tne exception of B sparsely attended Fr.'day night servi e here and there. during the winter months attended not by who live here continually but by those who come to spend their time amidst the warmth and delights of nature. having no where else to go. what of the youth? a rather impertinent queston? What of the youth? What of the Talmud Torahs you hear so much about and for which card parties, dances, bingos. everything is held. what a wonderful excuse for the raising of funds. but what of real results. ... so PAGE FORTY NINE ethereal. something that can't see. s we ome even say it's non-existent What about Palestine. the land of our forefathers. where the weary refugee and the Chalutzim and Chalutzos may f'nd a haven of rest. insecure though that rest may be. .its Greater Miami Zionist District. alas and alack. in a sleep so deep that even a hurricane could not awaken it. who's to blame what good would that do? Ethics in conduct. forgotten in the zeal of their endeavors by those who profess to preach it. disregarded even by those who profess to lead. whether it be in the field of business or elsewhere eth'es. a word here and there. known only in theory forgotten when convenience requires it. Character building institutions so much is promised ... so much is pledged by those who should be able to produce. yet the body is above all else. character. what a splendid word. so en.iobling. so enever it's the usual, the ordinary thing. Charity. so beautiful a word the very thought charms one ... but what do we do actually '. criticize certainly contribute ... of course not. .. Federation splendid but let the other fellow do it. ours, perhaps to condemn. let it be justice not charity. and justice is so blind. so, so far away.... Community work. joint ef forts. let the other fellow do it. he has had so much more experience. ... he knows better than I do. heln. oh, he can get along without me. We too, travel ... a bit fast, bu; such is life. We need eve of a Lets take it easy now. the rest Let us on the year so full of trouble and travail for the Jewish people throughout place to enjoy, not from the physical viewpoint but from the viewpoint that is so unfamiliar to many of us. the Jewish viewpoint, the entire world, pause a moment or two. Let us stop and see in ervating ... the greatest thought [ the few moments we are privileged SINCERE WISHES TO ALL OUR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS. George Chertkof and idea we can prate about. what do we do about it. talk | to make this just a little better talk and again talk | Let us resolve to join a synamayhap the New Year will change j gogue so that from the great mass it all. blame none whatj of Jewry those who are fitted may be permitted to help in furthering that cause which is our very "tree of life" ... let us cast aside the sham Talmud Torah stories that we have been fed with in the past and as true disciples of the "people of the book" pftch in both ma terially and spiritually and lend our every effort so that we may give our children the heritage that is rightfully theirs. let us establish a unified Board of Eduction. let us raise funds for a competent staff of teachers so that our boys and girls may really learn. so that when their time comes, they too may lead. Let us join the Y., and other institutions that should be character bu'lding. let us stop to merely criticize, though Heaven knows it 's needed, and if necessary, force our way to the front so that an institution may accomplish its goal. true we need a healthy body. but that physi al body has not been the ma'nstay of our people. let us inculcate the healthy mind in the healthy body. let us not become the He'.enists of old. Let us make of Zion not some to live just what we really can do thing tiiat is purely abstract. not something that we recite in the prayer book or read of as a place where Arabs murder Jews. let us help rebuild Palestine, not unccmcnl thout notice ( Preliminary Anno Subject to change wi< ?JUu% A £uf* Afa&ad dhls WUUei.... *HAVANA.Cuba from MIAMI from Port TAMPA from KEY WEST — vi. & ST. PETERSBURG v ia vis S.S.CUBA calling •! KEY WEST S. S. FLORIDA and S. S. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIFTEEN OVERTURE-A NIGHT'S DREAM (Continued from Page Fourteen) who insisted that he must be part of a conspiracy against the German Government. Hans had told •hem he had never heard anything so ridiculous; that all he had ever said was. and then he had patiently repeated all his remarks about Mendelssohn, and why he liked to play him, even though he preferred Bach, Beethoven Brahms and Wagner. At length, still bruised and sore, he was taken before a tribunal which seemed to be a very august one indeed, and charged with high treason. "There must be some mistake," he said. "I have nothing to do with politics." "Do you not admit that you are a Marxist?" his judges asked. "Do you not admit that you were in the pay of the Marxists, working to sabotage the labors of the Third Reich, by instilling a love for alien music?" And the first thing he knew he found himself sentenced to death as an enemy of the German State. It had all had an air of unreality, of ridiculous oddity. He was going to die—not for something big and noble, but just for Mendelssohn who, after all, wasn't so much. Now Beethoven, for instance—there was a man worth dying for. The world had become a strange place, it seemed. Perhaps I have been very stupid about something, Hans Breecher reflected, but I cannot think what. Surely. I could not lie? And here he was. They had not even let him have his violin. Probably, if he had promised his jailors that be would play nothing but Beethoven, and then when he had his fiddle had gone on playing Mendelssohn, they wouldn't even have known the difference, and it would have been such a joke on GREETINGS John A. Moore and Biscayne Engineering Co. 47 N. W. First Street I HAPPY NEW YEAR Tropical Goatery Bird Komi i CORAL GABLES, FLABest Wishes for a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. 93 N. W. Fifth Street MIAMI. FLORIDA them. But it was too late now. They had denied it to him. Perhaps it was an alien instrument? Breehcr didn't know. And now that the end was approaching with inevitable swiftness, Brecher realized that even in this moldy little cell there was something sweet. How much better it was to live, even here, than to die. At least, they couldn't stop you from playing in your mind what you liked. Why, for the past few days and nights he had preserved his sanity by going over the whole Ring, from Rhinegold to the Twilight of the Gods. He couldn't remember it page by page, but the pattern of the themes he remembered just as he had heard it at Bayreuth. He had gone through the whole thing, and hadn't made a sound. They couldn't stop you from doing that—yes they could— they could kill you. Hans Brecher was frightened; he found that he was shivering. Outside, they were ma king ready. "How many today?" one S. S. man asked his companion. "Only one. Violinist—Marxist Bolshevist—swine. Insulted our leader." "How?" "Conspired. When arrested called our leader an unmentionable term." brate in rhythm with his own fearshaken body. Outside, he heard the noise of horses. Perhaps already an undertaker's wagon. he shuddered. Then he heard the bolts of his cell door slide back. God in Heaven—Already? There was not yet a sign of light at the little window, but a tiny dawn wind seemed to blow through his cell. Well, if they were coming to ask him more questions, he would refuse to answer. Then someone entered his cell— one whom he had not seen before. He tried to make out the identity of his visitor, but even though his eyes were acustomed to the darkness, his near-sightedness prevented him from making out more than a fixture in an old-fashioned cloak which concealed most of his body. The visitor addressed him. "I am a friend, Hans Brecher." A wild hope surged through him. "Escape?" GREET N G S D. E. LINARDY FLOORING CO. All Grade* "f HARDWOOD FLOORING Furnished. Laid. Sanded and Finished 35 N fc:. 26th Street PHONE 3-4726 It was too horrible to be going to die. Hans Brecher was shivering so that he could not sit on the board bed without making it viA HAPPY NEW YEAR M. L. Marcus Co. OFFICE SUPPLIES AND STATIONERY PROMPT DELIVERY LOWEST PRICES 41 N. E. First Street PHONE 2-1661 A HAPPY NEW YEAR A. A. GARAGE "Miami's Only Exclusive Aligning Service" ALL WORK GUARANTEED N. E. 2nd Ave. at 24th Street PHONE 2-8244 WRECKER SERVICE —t SEASONS GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS TILLMAN Service Station 1101 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-9851 AUTO REPAIRS 'Lubrication a Specialty" BRAKE SERVICE SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR MARTIN'S GROCERY AND MARKET 2542 S. WI. Eighth S reel To Our Many Friends We Extend Best Wishes for a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR CLARK R. PARKER Distributor "Tom's Toasted Peanuts" Candies and Peanut Butter Sandwiches .1. \. COVELL and associates of the TRUSCON STEEL COMPANY 133 North Bayshorc Drive Phone 2-3926 Extend to all Sincere Wishes for a Happy New Year SINCERE WISHES TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BELL BAKERIES SUPER SOFT BREAD SILVER SEAL CAKES 259 N. W. Fourth Street—Miami, Florida "To what?" "You are right. But I am afraid, so afraid." "It is right to be afraid of death, Hans," the voice said, "but you do not fear life. It is the unafraid in life who call to my companions." "The unafraid? Now I know I am dreaming. I am frightened beyond everything. There is some mistake—you have come to the wrong cell. All I have ever done was to say that Mendelssohn, ant Hans, in a trebling voice, went through that long story all over again. HAPPY NEW YEAR Mindful our remarkable lucceu and growth, it is n pleasure to %  \;.:. i my appreciation and t< extend my sincere beat wishes to all my Jewish friends and pat* rons, nnd i• :ill Jewry, f


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?TDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1918 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FORTY-THREE GREETINGS CITY HALL GARAGE 1150 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH INOLItH AND HEBREW %  AafcUl Ai'-'ii'i utio my 'HI Bu.-c %  HAPPY NEW YEAR NAT KLEIN ENNESS GARMENT CO. Wholesale Dresses .Suits and Coats :} N. E. First Avenue Miami, Florida GREETINGS from JOHN MEYER and ASSOCIATES OF FOUNTAIN APTS. 234 Euclid Avenue •.. Close your eyes and read this s with your fingers ';£ %  'i i i i i i,i-,i j • • ... .i k I %  •...... > • | '*•'.• lU hkruliul IfaGm BnilbCdi %  JH 3 J.ini in b> 3 ...... ... i %  %  '• %  '._. •A;: / .:.• %  ;.' \ ,*jff '-.TV K'lil. UlIM !.'<., b~t %  4*M (<* %  •< h U ip'nqrj. —i.u.l l.j-. ;• < %  { I^MXI uni!'.'• %  IMinry GREETINGS C. A. BURNET WAREHOUSE AND TRANSFER CO., INC. L'II X. !•:. iiih Street m SEASON'S GREETINGS RITZ HOTEL 132 Fast Flaglcr Street HAPPY NEW! YEAR McMURRAY SNYDER Trail Furniture Store e Homes of Houses" 1106 S. W. 8th Street .New year Greetings Hill Brothers, Inc. Wholesale Grocers 1940 N. W. 2nd Court PHONE 2-7687 BEST WISHES FOR .V ii.M'i'Y NKW YI:AU MAXWELL HOUSE DINING ROOM Noted For Miami'* Fineit Ful Course Dinner 50 Cents 2147 S. \V. 8th Street PHONE 2-5922 Season's Greetings CLEMMER'S PHARMACY, INC. Tliio Collins Avenue Phone 6-1021 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Sioga Fraternity I.EO KOBINSON Vice-I'residrnt of Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Iteach GREETINGS ROBBINS WAREHOUSING and DIST. CO. 1109 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 2-0480 GREETINGS MAGILL SERVICE STATION 4500 N. W. 7th Avenue Mil. AND MRS. HARRY KESSER AND FAMILY Wish AH Their Customers, Relative* ami Friendx A HAPPY NEW YEAR MiiiiHinniimiii iiiiiimHiiiiiiiiiiHnmiiMiiiiiiiiiiuimiMiNliiiimitiiiilMlii GREETINGS -Pep Dp" With an loo Cold TRU-FRUIT" DRINK Tru-Fruit Distributors '7 X. E. 39th Street GREETINGS R. A. Van Kirk REAL ESTATE 7550 Biscayne Blvd. PHONE 7-3266 Season's Greetings AUTO PARTS AND SALVAGE CO. NATHAN SALES J702 X. \V. 27th Ave. Phone 2-9990 SPECIAL FACILITIES TREATMENT SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Florida Fuel Oil, Inc. 950 N. W. 73rd Street Phone 7-1663 i Al'PY NEW TEAR T AMI AMI HARDWARE COMPANY 2264 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-2321 GREETINGS Western Meat & Sausage Co. 2122 N. W. 7 ili Avenue GREETINGS P. E. Hackney CITY CLERK Hialeah. Florida I MrlUIUIIilllllfWtltMllltllllllltUlir GREETINGS DR. RALPH FERGUSON 1st Xationnl Hank Bid},'. NERVOUS BREAKDOWN AT APPROVED SANITARIUM SUN-RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT I For Rest. Convalescents, Chronic Cases, Arthritis, Heai t. KIdni % %  Allmonts, Nervous Breakdown, AlcoholIsm, etc. Low Summer Rates i -. .. PI ivate Room, I >i llclous Ueals. Physician (M. D.), Graduate Nurses, Dietitians, Baths, M assage, Irrigations, Reducing, etc. FREE CONSULTATION— PHONE 4-1659 u. i Plagler St. at 80th Court, Miami GREETINGS TO OCR FRIENDS — from — MIAMI BRIDGE CLUB GREETINGS RENT-A-CAR DRIVE IT YOURSELF All Popular Cars Telephone 3-1601 BAUMGARDNER BROS. 19 S. W. First Street THE BEST OF EVERYTHING FOR YOUR TABLE \VK DE2LTVBR Phone 7321 GOLDBERG'S KOSHER MARKET 519 Clematis Street WEST PALM BEACH HAPPY NKW YEAR ft! UNIVERSITY of MIAMI CORAL GABLES BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR j 3 W. A. Kirkham KIRKHAM JEWELRY AND OPTICAL COMPANY | i Shoreland Arcade imniiiiiMiuiiimittii IHKIlN.I'.illlllllllllNIIU Miiimiitiii-ji s New Year Greetings MIAMI ICE CREAM & DAIRY CO CHRISTIANSEN'S DAIRY PRODUCTS 17 X. W. Fourth Street .Miami, Florida Best Wishes to All for a HAPPY NEW YEAR SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ROSE WEISS 385 47th Street Miami Beach Phone 5-9638 GREETINGS TO OCR JEWISH FRIENDS CAPTAIN and MRS. GEO. F. COOK JACK EATON Florida \\'T csiier SERVICE STATIONS ARNO General Auto Repairing. Painting and Body Work 24-Hour Wrecke r Service Phone 4-9280— Tamlami Trail 1900 Ponce de Leon—Ph. 4-9244 Coral Gnbles GREETINGS DAVE'S POULTRY AND EGG CO. Live and Dressed Poultry Fresh Eggs Exclusively Wholesale and Retail Phone 7-2110 4421 N. W. 7th Avenue REST WISHES FOR A HAPPY N KW1YEAR "The Best Ice Cream in Miami" GOOD HUMOR ICE CREAM CO. 460 S. W. 17th Avenue Tel. 2-3731 PIG TRAIL INN INC. BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. William Hogarth and Son WILLIAM A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR y HERB FRINK I '' Where Service and Qualj ity Reign Supreme" i.miilliilllilliuniilililiriimiil SKA soxs GREETINGS I AND BEST .WISHES > FROM GREETINGS Chief Gywnne North Miami Fire Department i Jules Beck Manager La Paloma Club JIMMIF/S GRILLE Bar and Liquor Store MIAMI : FLORIDA STEAKS, CHOPS SEAFtOD Specializing in Delicious Charcoal Broiled NEW YORK SIRLOIN STEAKS Prepared and Served to a King's Taste ENTERTAINMENT DANCING OPEN ALL NIGHT 3651 S. W. 8th Street at the Entrance to Coral Gables



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tIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVENTEEN Rosh Hashanah 5699 (Continued from Page Eleven) flust be if the people is tn survive. p 0 r that rebirth of a people and people's single will to life is beJond all question the Refuah which Ihe Eternal has designed for the dakkoth of our time. The matter may be illustrated py a single symbolical life and tragedy. Bitter news comes that Che well-known Viennese man of Setters Felix Sal ten, aged seventy, Js in the concentration camp of %  Dachau. In other words, this Eu %  ropean gentleman, this writer %  this scholar, thinker, is being igjnominiously hounded to death b> ljungle ways. A number of years %  ago I sat with him in his beautiIful house in Vienna, filled with %  books and objects of art and he I lifted quietly a little stub of a [pencil and said: "With this I have I cained that." Before the World I War he had been sincerely playling the part of being an Austro1 German. His plays were on all %  stages, his stories in all hands, his i weekly critical articles were widely read. He even went in for hunting. He had personally known an archduke or two and huntingtrophies were in his house. In later years a rift was made in the darkness of his false security. Zionism was not as unfashionable as it had once been. West F.uropean gentle-folks were curiously taking it up. Salten met Kurt Blumenfeld, most persuasive of men. A spark began to glow in him. He went to Palestine. He wrote a book, Neue Menschen auf alter Erde. (New Men on Ancient Earth,) a beautiful book, a book with the right vision and the right perception, a book worth a wilderness of those tales, (Bambi etc.) with which he made money and reputation. I thought that Felix Salten's will had been awakened and had identified itself with the will and destiny of Israel. But evidently it had not done so. For the years went on and Salten drew no inference in action from what he doubtless sincerely embraced as genuine opinion. He remained in Vienna. I do not even' know whether he left his foreign royalties abroad or kept them to be stolen from him. Hitler came. Central Europe grew darker and darker. Even under the succes sive recent Austrian governments Jews were treated with every spe cies of open chicanery and con tempt. Salten remained. He did not protest by his withdrawal. He did not seek actively to identify himself with these new people upon an ancient earth. He was not even on that last train of fugitives to Prague. With will frozen, with soul unfired, an Austro-German to the end, he awaited his doom. Let us not in its various manifestations await our doom or consent to a doom which an evil and pagan world may be minded to bring upon us. Let us not mouth words and neither mean meanings nor translate them into action. Torah is to be "learned" in order to be put into practice. Visions are to be seen in order to be embodied in realities. The will toward the survival and the good of Israel is to be wholly roused and to become identical with the total will, with the total inner man. So and only so will we have a better MR. and MRS. RICHARD KIEHNEL EXTEND BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR year. So and only so will we do our duty as Jews and as men, our duty to Israei and our duty to hu manity. We ourselves are the Refuah, the remedy of the Eternal— we, our hearts, our souls, our burningly awakened wills. Man kind watches us; part of the good of all the world is in our keeping. In the will of every Israelite the roads of choice cross today. The decision is to be made now; the re-dedication is to be achieved to day. Never was a beginning of a year more fateful in the long history of Israel. But fate does not depend upon the world. Its essence depends upon us, upon Jews, upon each Jew and his love of his people and his valiant hope for it and his determination that all he and has will be placed in the service of its survival and redemption. A HAPPY NEW YEAR Gordon Realty Corp. CHAS. GORDON Security Bld$. PHONE 3-M22 r The Makers of THAT GOOD Moon Kist Ice Cream And Distributors of ROYAL PALM MILK Extends Best Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR To Our Many Jewish Friends We Extend SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR G. 0. REED, Inc. ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS 1345 Twentieth Street MIAMI BEACH HAPPY NEW YEAR SECOND AVE STOVE CO. 201 N. W. Second Avenue Phone 3-138:5 NEW AND REBUILT GAS AND ELECTRIC STOVES yt THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF LOCAL 993 CARPENTER S AND JOINERS OF AMERICA Extend to Its Jewish Friends Best Wishes for a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR 4J1 '.•7 r '4|J ROYAL PALM CREAMERY & DAIRY PHONE 2-4378 28 N. 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PAGE SIXTY THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEP TEMBER Bj, Reliable Linen Supply Co., Inc. Takes This Opportunity to Extend Greetings for a Happy New Year H. MILLER ROBERT MILLER .. 341 N. W. .*I6th Street .. PHONE 3-5561-2-3 OSCEOLA MARKET GEORGE JACOB, Prop. Quality Western Meats and Fancy Groceries WB DELIVER 2293 S. W. 17th Avenue PHONE 4-1727 MRS. BENJ. LB VINE President Miami Section National Council of Jewish Women. ORBETINGS To All My I-"11.mis anil Member* if the I'I'OICI'I-HNIVI' Mi'iiHH-ratir c'lnl WM. SILVERSTEIN AND ASSOCIATES CAMBRIDGE HOTEL SOO MlihlKiin Ave. — Miami lte.-ieli SOCIETY Full details of the formal unveiling of the tombstone erected by the Y. on the grave of the late Boris Schlachman, beloved and active Y. head and worker, to be held Sunday, October 2nd. at the Woodlawn Cemetery, will appear in the next issue of the Jewish Floridian. • • • HONORED WITH SHOWER Miss Anita Sherman entertained last Wednesday evening in honor of Miss Mary Anne Kamins, bride-elect of Dr. Arthur H. Shapiro, at the home of Mrs. L. Abrams. During the evening games were played and prizes awarded and refreshments were served. The guest of honor was the recipient of many beautiful gifts. • • • RETURNS TO CITY Mrs. Ida Optner, president of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, returned to the city after an absence of several weeks visiting and friends relatives in New York. M. J. KOPELOWITZ President Beth David Synagogue GREETINGS Herman Cordon—Simon Wolff AND ASSOCIATES OF ELEANOR'S 171 S. K. Plrat Street BE8T WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATHoNs FOR A HAPPY NEW YF.AR Schuberth's Sea Food Grille 6 W. S. River Drive i GREETINGS GATEWAY GARAGE C. A. NEEDHAM, Prop. BATTERIES—TIHKS GENERAL, Al'TO REPAIR! Painting Topi—Body Repiiri 1011 X. E. lad Av. Munii. Fla. I """""" """ mmuiuuuii miiiuniiii i Mm IIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII iiiiumiiiui.iuiiuuiuutiiiuiuiiiumu iiiuuiiiiiiiiiiiiniii uiiiiiimiiiiiiimti Mil I Illlllllll II Illlllllll IHIIH IIIIIIUimUIIIIIMIIIIIIIM ii To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year" """" "mimiiiiHiii .in, „„„ urn,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,„„„„ „,,„„ „„„ „,„, ,„, „„. ,„,,„„ „ % %  • %  •••••< %  • • num tnuuiuiuiuu iiiiiiinii uiuiii.iui.mu „ aaj Mr. and Mrs. J. Albert and Sun Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Michael Arnold of Coral Gables Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YFAR Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz anil Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Adler Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte and Sons Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YFAR B Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bain and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin and Family Wish All The'r Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg and Daughter Charlotte Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rerkowitz and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Ida Buckstein Wishes All Her Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR c E Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Cohen Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Philip Eiscnberg and Daughters Will All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends F A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Fine Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Camner Wish All Their Relatives and Friends Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank an


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raiDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIFTY-THREE FAMILY TREE OF ANTI-SEMITISM TRACING THE ANCESTRY OF MODERN JEW-BAITING (BY DAVID BERNSTEIN) Anti-Semitism in all its forms and manifestations made uprecedented strides during 5 6 9 8, sweeping over countries that had never before known it. Here Mr. Bernstein examines the genealogy of anti-Semitism, going back to the 17th century in this uni que and fascinating analysis of the family tree of Jew-hatred. —THE EDITOR. It was a passing incident, as I recall it—something that happens I,, you, makes an impression for a while, and then is half-forgotten for the rest of your life. Someth'ng that might have happened to anyone. And yet, like so many such incidents, it stays with you because it has a certain symbolism. I was nine years old at the time, and my mother and I were coming home from France. We got on the boat at Cherbourg, a hit unfriendly English liner. There' were a lot of other passengers coming up the stairway from the tender, and then breaking into little unfamiliar groups. There was a group standing right near my mother and me. They were Russians, and there was a little ir'rl there not much older than myself. I was talking to my mother. And my mother answered. Then, in the lull, we heard someone among the Russians talking to the girl. My mother smiled. "They were asking the little girl whether she wouldn't like to speak Kngl'sh as well ns you do," my mother said, rather flattered. Then she stopped to cntch the girl's reply, and her smile abruptly vanished. "What did she say?" I asked. "Quick, what did she say?" And my mother told me, She said. 'Not if he's a sheeny!'" That was the whole incident. There was nothing more. Except the fact that that was the only crossing which, for some reason, I didn't enjoy at all. Probably every Jew has had an experience of that kind. It really isn't too important. But somehow I have remembered it. There was this child, not yet ten years old, a pretty little girl whose face was fresh and wholesome, yet whose mouth was filled with venom and meanness. She hadn't been bom with her hatred for "sheenies." No child is born with any hatred. Yet now she was instilled with a biggotry which she would never outlive. Why? Why should anyone have this blind senseless hatred for individuals whom they have never seen before, will never see again? Why, for example, should an Adolf Hitler have taken to Jew-hatred


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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THIRTY SEVEN We All Have Whips A Message to Miamians (BY RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN—TEMPLE ISRAEL) This would be a Pollyannaish message, if it attempted to follow traditional lines and paint a glowing picture for our people during the coming year. Th's would be an untimely message, or rather an out-dated message, if it attempted to give a summary of the Jewish position throughout the world, because at the time that these words are written the world hangs breathlessly upon the words of one man, who will either throw the world into another war or else prolong the present chaotic un:erta'nty in world affairs. This would be a modern "Book of Lamentations" if it attempted to picture the plight of the Jewry of two Euro1> c a n countries, which have during the year 5698 have been thrown into the pit of despair when c e it is hard to arise. What shall this message be, then? It shall be a personal one, limited to the affairs of our community. Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are the two holidays which do not center about some event in the history of our people; their concern is rather with the individual. And so I believe that this message would lose none of its traditional essence if it spoke to the individual. We are like unto the wise men of fhelm! Fifteen wise men of Chelm, so the story goes, once piled upon one wagon. The wagon was to be pulled by one horse. A bystander asked the wise men of ('helm "how do all of you expect to be pulled by th ; s one poor horse?" "Well, you see," they replied, "we all have whips." I do not mean to place the leaders in a community in the equine category, but certainly much of GREETINGS JACQUES BEAUTY SALON OF NEW YORK. INC. 877 Washington Ave. at 7th St. I'h. .'.-.-,I3—S-M80—Miami Beach "A Permanent Wave M.ikcs a Permanent Cutomer" the sting and the pointedness of the tale may be applicable to local Jewish affairs. So many Jews in our community stand on the side lines, and expect to be pulled along by the community without contributing their share towards the bearing of the burden. These onlookers stand and criticize. When asked "what are you doing towards help'ng in pulling the burden?" they answer "well, we all have whips." The whips of the critics, the whips of the "donothings," are always discouraging the few leaders who try with the aid of a few follow era and helpers, to pull the burden of a -ommunity. The b u r d e n vh'ch the Miami %  ommunity is unlerta king for next year is a large one, it is a heavy one. New plans are be tig devised for a Federation of Charities. Larger numbers of immigrants are beginning to use Miami as the threshhold of hope from which they step to new life. The Temple and the Synagogues are assuming a larger role in their service of the spiritual needs of resident and va•ationing Jewry. The Rabbinical Association is pointing towards a unity which should be emulated by lay leaders. Truly may it be said that the task is a great one. that the burden is a heavy one. But even greater than the size of the plans. even heavier than the weight of the load, looms the dangerous retort of those who will continue to stand on the side, and do nothing but sneer'ngly remark "well, we have whips." The road which our community will travel during the next year is a steep mountainous one. The reward shall come to us Miamisna when we have reached the top of OCR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BEACH SHOE REPAIR SHOP Wo Appreciate Your Patronage 518 Collins Avenue PHONE 5-3260 HAPPY NEW YEAR ART AND TRADE FURNITURE REPAIR CO. llO.'t S, W. S. •(•(Hid Street GREETINGS UMBRELLA SERVICE STATION PHONE 5-1505 1600 Alton Road—Miami Beach UMBRELLA GARAGE PHONE 5-7707 %  106 Twentieth St.— Miami rfo.uh SERVICE THAT SATISFIES GREETINGS WISTERIA FRUIT CO. 303 East Plagler Street PHONE 8-2838 NEW YEAR GREETINGS VAN PLUMBING CO. 1829 N. B, Second Avenue PHONE 2-1411 MAURICE GROSSMAN Executive Director of the Young Men's Hebrew Association under whose direction a comprehensive program of cultural activities has been inaugurated at the Y. SINCERE WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR CLEVELAND CARPET CLEANING CO. 212 S. w. 17th Avenue PHONE 2-5328 SEASON'S GREETINGS L. C. FURNITURE COMPANY, INC. 5705 N. Wl Second Ave. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR McHUGH SERVICE STATION .">4()lt A HAPPY SEW YEAR Coconut Grove Bakery 3029 Grand Avenue PHONE 1-3215 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TOKIO ROOF GARDEN CHICKEN CHOP SUEY jrf/\c AND CHOW MEIN D\J PLAIN CHOP SUEY >*f\c AND CHOW MEIN U\J 212 W. 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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIFTY FIVE RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D. 6996 Albaeo !" Drive—6-1265 MIAMI BEACH BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL of MIAMI 137 N. E. 19th 8treet Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 530 N. E. 31st St.—2-9548 MIAMI Either or both of the Rohblg will be In the Temple ever v mornlnK Toil may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewish c, ,,,T nltv. or your personal problems. You will be assured symna ",, lc s h r r]K n fonfldeSce • an<1 need,eaa l ay eaCh mat,er will y JT P hetd '.n FRIDAY NIGHT — MAKE NO ENQAOEMENTS — PAY NO Vli GIVE NO PARTIES GO TO TEMPLE CONGREGATIONAL Regular services this Friday evening will be held at the Temple at 8:15 p. m. The services will be conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. HIGH HOLY DAY PROGRAM For the convenience of members of the Temple and friends, an office will be opened at 120 Shoreland Arcade, on Thursday and Friday, September 22nd and 23rd, from 10:00 a. m. to 1:00 p. m., where tickets for the High Holy Day services may be obtained by members free of any assessments. You are cordially invited to attend a New Year Reception given by Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan ;inil Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman to the members of the Congregation and their friends on Monday, September 26 from 3:00 to 7:00 p. m., at 6996 Indian Creek Drive, (corner 7!)th Street Causeway,) Miami Beach, CALENDAR AND PROGRAM FOR HOLY DAYS AND HOLIDAYS—1938 September 25th, Sunday evening, New Year, 8:15 p. m.—"The Penalty of Genius"—Dr. Kaplan. September 26th, Monday, New Year morning, 10:00 a. m.— "Watchman, What of the Night?" The query of an ancient people facing a new year—Rabbi Zwitman. September 30th, Friday evening, 8:15 p. m. October 4th, Tuesday, Atonement morning, 10:00 a. m.—"One ward of Genius."—Dr. Kaplan. October 5th, Wednesday, Atonement miming, 10:00 a. m.—"One third of a People."—A constant problem in a changing world"— Rabbi Zwitman. ..HAPPY NEW YEAR TROPICAL GRILL NAT MORRIS 1221 Fifth Street MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS A. PETRI PAINTER & DECORATOR Van Dyke Lincoln Bldg. PHONE 5-2514 SF. A SON'S GREETINGS To My JEWISH FRIENDS Marion Brooks BEST WISIIES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR L. MURRAY DIXON ARCHITECT Service in Temple, Children's 1:00 p. m. Afternoon services begin at 2:00 p. m. Various readers. Memorial services, 4:00 p. m. SISTERHOOD The Sisterhood has prepared a broad program of activities. The first Sisterhood meeting will be held on October 3rd when an outline of the coming year's activities will be given. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL The first session of the Religious School will be held on Sunday morning, October 2nd, 1938, at 10:00 a. m. Registsation of new children will begin at 9:30 a. m., to be folowed by regular classes. It is an established policy of Temple Israel that every Jew who wishes to worship with us is welcome. If you know of any person or family financially unable to join our congregation, who would like to worship with us, please notify at once the Temple Office, and tickets will be sent without emAtonement. The Rabbis also urge you to have your children attend Services New Year and Atonement morning as well as the first and last days of Sukkoth. MEMORIAL CARDS That the names of your departed dear ones may be called to mind among the living for a blessing, have them inscribed on the Memorial Tablet. Arrangements may be made with Harry Nevins, thurman, 149 East Flagler Street. If you wish the names of your departed dear ones read at the Memorial Service on Yom Kippur afternoon, please mail the Memoi'al card with your check at least two days before Yom Kippur. NEW YEAR CUSTOMS BY RABBI MORDECAI L. BRILL Pre-Talmudic literature contains not a single statement to the effect that Rosh Hashanah is I a day of judgment. It is in the Mishna (135-220) that the Jewish New Year is first referred to as a day on which God judges mankind, the reference being "... .on New Year's Day all men shall pass before Him like young lambs." xxx According to one opinion held by early Rabbinic teachers the world was created on the first day of Tishri—Rosh Hashanah Day. BARON I)E HIRSCH MEYER Campaign Chairman for the Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds. barrassment volves. to the recipient inIn order to gain our own selfrespect and the respect of the community, the Rabbis of your congregation and all the Rabbis of the city fervently appeal to you to close your place of business on New Year and on the Day of NEW YEAR GREETINGS Kennel Club Service Station SUN OIL PRODUCTS GROCERIES AND DRINKS 3401 N. W. 7th Street 1 SINCEREST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR OADSIDE EST JACK EBY'S ORCHESTRA DINNER AND SUPPER DANCING PULL COURSE DINNERS FROM 65c Russell Cook's Service and Garage Tires—Batteries—Lubrication Complete Motor Overhauls Repairs on Easy Terms — — P. F. C. Budget Plan Satisfactory, Guaranteed Service "HONESTY OUB POLICY" Allan Topping, Mechanic N. W. 36th ST. at 10th AVE. PHONE 2-9394 SINCERE WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TOOLEY-MYRON STUDIOS "Foremost In The South" PHONE 2-8333 213 S. E. First Street Miami, Florida May the New Year Bring Happiness, Joy and Prosperity to All Our Friends and Patrons and to All Jewry Cxoodrich Silvertown Stores BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AT SEVENTH STREET GOODRICH SAFETY SILVERTOWN TIRES With Life-Saver Tread and Blowout Protection Electro Pk Brtter<<-s C-r WUMlK and Polishing Bicycles—Radios—Lubrication—Brakes Rehned Easy Budget Pay Plan Terms to Suit You RABBINICAL PROGRAM On Sunday afternoon. September 25th at 3:30 o'clock over Station WIOD, the Jewish Hour will feature Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman who will speak on some popular aspects of the Rosh Hashono celebration on the subject: "What Everyone should know about tomorrow." Mr. William J. Lee will present a musical program accompanied by Annie Laurie eLe. SEASONS GREETINGS Wm. A. Martin Townley Building GREETINGS MB. and MRS. CHESTER ALEXANDER and Chester's Grill 2741 W. Flagler St. Good Food—Good Drinks BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Raymond A. Williams ENGINEER COMPLIMENTS STRATH-HAVEN HOTEL .MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Sincere Wishes to All for a Happy New Year U. S. TIRES AND BATTERY DISTRIBUTORS Brakes Relined Rusco Brake Lining Wheel Aligning Generators Spark Plugs Starters Condensers Lubrication Cars Washed and Simonized Batteries Recharged NORTON TIRE CO % 800 W. FLAGLER, COR. 5TH AYE. Miami B*ach Branch — Fifth and Alton Road Phone 3-4639 Miami Beach Branch Fifth and Alton Road PHONE 5-4830 :: 24-HOUR SERVICE ::



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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE G R EETINGS BLACK & WHITE TAVERN 1207 X. B. 2XD AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA As The Dikes of Freedom Crumble BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Beach Lighting Fixture Co. 1153 DAOE BOULEVARD MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. Barney Hanson and t ho Hanson Hoofing Company PIONEER ROOFERS IN THIS AREA 340 N. E. 13th Street MIAMI PHONE 2-6582 "WISH ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR (1) Austrian*, both Jew and non-Jew, after crossing the Danube to safety in Czechoslovakia. (2) German Jewish refugees who settled in Spain, flee to Hendaye, France on the outbreak of the civil war. (3) Jewish children, driven from Burgenland, Austria, find a temporary haven in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia. (4) Distributing small sums for meals and shelter to Austrian refugees in Prague. (5) Refugees bound for a haven overseas, aided with funds from the Joint Distribution Committee. HAPPY NEW YEAR PETER NORDYKE (SO LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA WISHING A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS IjJ CARTER'S PHARMACY 1501 X. MIAMI AVENUE MIAMI BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW TEAR MR. and MRS. I. Tannenbaum and Paramount Bakery 42 N. E. First Street MIAMI 443 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR THE OUTLET STORES CO. 1125 S. W. 8th Street Phone 2-0454 SINCERE WISHES TO ALL OUR .JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR SOUTHERN CAFETERIA 963 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLA. MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM SHAYN£ and the DIXIE MUSIC CO. 701 N. Miami Avenue Extend Sincere Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR limilllllM II IIIIIMMIIIIIIIIIMUIIIIIimillll • NIHIIIHI II WISHING YOF ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR "LEW STARK" HiimMiiumiiiiiiiiiiimtiuii mum SINCERE WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS GEORGE E. MERRICK INCORPORATED REAL ESTATE 807 CALUMET BUILDING To My Many Friends and Patrons Best Wishes for A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR T. J. ROWE Atlantic Service Station 5th St. and I-enox Avenue PHONE 5-9904 MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MR. and MRS. SAM RITTER AND RITTER'S HOTEL HOTEL LA-FLORA MIAMI BEACH NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS T o Our Jewish Friends s*32*S Mi iami H ome Milk Producers Association Owned and Operated By Local Dairy Farmers BAW AND PASTEURIZED MILK—SOUB CREAM—SWEET BUTTER—COTTAGE CHEESE DRINK "SOY ACIDOPHILUS MILK" 769 N. W. 18th TERRACE PRODUCED ONLY BY US PHONE 2-7696



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PAGE THIRTY EIGHT THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23 jg. M Kill%  llll-li niniiMiiiiiiiniiiMiMi IIIIIIIMtllllltllti illlllllMIIHMIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIMMri iiiiliiilUiliitiiiiilitlillliiiiiintiif THE Y. M. H. A. IN 5698 (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) •in iiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiimliMiniiiiiiimiiiimiim MIIIHIIIIUIIHtlllllllltllllinilllllllllllltllllllMIIMIIMIIIIM IIIMIIIIIIllHMMilllli IlllMllltlUlllillilllll lllll.lllllllll I II.IIIIMIMIIIt Illlltlllll 14 HHIIHMIIIl With the curtain about to fall on 5*598 we will pause for a moment to review the highlights of the past year. It is from the past that we plan for the future and try to build a foundation on which to succeed. Start'ng with our sixth annual ball last December at Civic Center Ballroom, attended by a throng of young and old. the proceeds going to the Building Fund, we went to work on our third annual Parade of Stars with Nick Kenny again in the leading role. Through the courtesy of the management of the Cinema Casino was given free of charge at its band and performers. Especially helpf..l was Leo Robinson to whom mui K credit for this sue essful ewnt was due. Following the a rivit'es came a large number of min >•tt fairs which helped not only f ncially but kept the spirit of '1 V. and its numerous affiliated organizations alive and awake. June brought the annual election of officers with Milton A. Friedman assuming the presidency of the Y., Mrs. Samuel Shinde.i the same position with the Y W. and Hymen Merlin the leadership of the Junior Division. In line with a pledge given by Milton, one of the first Steps was the selection of an Executive Dire-tor to succeed the late beloved Boris Schlachman. With a reputation for splendid accomplishments in the field of social w >rk. Maurice Grossman recently assumed active charge of and was named Executive Director of the Y. Plans for a sustained and intensive series of cultural programs were drawn, with the result that at the present time more than a hundred Jewish boys and girls aie at the Y. clubrooms nightly to take part in the program planned for them. Meetings of every organization are held during the week, with the Juniors beginning the week on Monday nigh'. A Short busine ting and "hen something of B cultural nature with a social hour and refreshments to conclude the full evening. Tuesday night finds a men I* of the Rabb'nate or some prominent professional lecturing on a topic of Jewish interest, always followed by an open forum. A rial hour followwith refre I.ments concluding the evening' ; entertainment Wednesday evening the Y. proper holds its general meetings, Board meetings, cultural program, though you may at all times enjoy billiards, ping-pong, checkers, cards and the like. Thursday night the Dramatic flub is in full swing, rehears'ng or planning for several dramatic presentations during the coming Reason. The Glee Club meets the same evening rehearsing for a production or two that will be their contribution during the winter's festivities. On Friday nights and all day Saturday the Y. in deference to the proper rel'gious training of its members, is closed and no activities are permitted. Saturday nights and Sundays are the dates when dances, card parties, contests and the like are staged. Very often the use of the facilities of the Y. on Sundays are donated to one of the many inst'tutions of this community who request the use of these facilities. Our diamondball team managed by Dr. Barney Weinkle and Weinkle and Nat Blumberg M captain, won the Golden Ball tour(Continued on Page J1) A TIMID SOUL (Continued from Page 32) B heail too big and a body too small, and eyefull of memories of past kicks and fears of future rieNow and again I stopped I i chawith him. He cringeil away at first. But in time he came to trust me enough to talk a I'ttle. I found he had edll without being educated. In his yearof aimless drifting about the continent he had stuffed his head with all he had heard in publicpark forums, debates in hobo jungles, and speeches by street-corner statesmen. This hodgepodge of ideas, superstitions, theories, political catchwords and prejudices lay in an undigested lump in his mind. I put Grodd down as a misfit, pulled this way and that by indefinite dreams, and too infirm of purpose to make any of them a reality; as one of those weak and worried timid souls who let their lives dribble slowly from their slack grasp. One day he surprised me. I forget what we were talking about, but I cannot forget how he spoke with a sudden flash of passion that made him, for a moment, seem to have some inner fire and force. He saw my amazed stare, went worm again and slunk away. Next day Grodd tried to hang himself in the woodshed. Of course he bungled the job. He did not tie the knot tight enough. He fell and bru'sed his face and body and I found him. sobbing impotently, on the floor. Dr. Israel heard of this, and sent for (iiodd. It was like him to try to help anyone in trouble. A week later, out for an evening stroll, I saw the doctor weeding %  pped to ask him about Grodd. %  ihe mad?" I asked. "He is but a step from mad,.,....Dr. 1 rael told me gravely. -And he may take that step I can ~av.h'm from it The poor fellow is an emotional rather than a thoughtful type, and he lives in terror of the tigei he has lo ked in his heart. Perhapi I can show him how to let them out, one by one, and help him find a measure of peace. It may not iy. I have never met a man with so profound a sense of inferiority as Erno Grodd. What i Buses it I cannot tell. It may take months, years, to find out. But I intend to do so. I must make him believe in himself. I must." -I hope you can help Grodd." I -aid. "It is good of you to try when you are so very busy and he iso very poor. I'm just wondering—" "If I'll be repaid for my work," he finished for me. "Grodd will repay me," he said. "Not in money, maybe, but in some way. If I can turn a sick tramp into a useful citizen I'll ask no further fee. And I may learn something from his case. Grodd is worth studying. He is an extremist. No golden mean for Grodd. G \\ RE TIN OS ... HF.ST WISHES FOR. A HAPPY NEW YEAR A. & A. LETTER SERVICE 2021 N. W. Third Court PHONE I-IUI Multigraphing. Mimeographing Printing %  Mr. and Mrs J. Wir, BAROS -=— It is not in him to be just meek; he must be utterly. I might say violently, meek. Most men have at least a little self-esteem. Grodd has none. "Sometimes a weak man is a strong man in reverse. That may be true of Grodd. He's at the bottom now. Perhaps I can turn him round and start him toward the top. Just suppose he had as much confidence in himself as he now has distrust. Suppose he felt as superior as he now feels inferior. Why. such a man could drive through to real greatness! And how terribly the world needs great men. ... I think I can start him on a new path." -Where will it lead to?" I asked. "Ask me twenty years from now." 'he -aid. Two months later I said goodby to Dr. Israel. I was well again. I -aid goodby to Erno Grodd, too. lbwas whistling at his work. I saw a change in him. H's eyes i little less afraid, his manner a -hade more assured. I left him counting shingles and whistling the national anthem of his country. IEaster morn'ng, just twenty years after my crack-up and the cure that followed. I M down in the breakfast room and glanced at the newspaper. I rea( j. DRASTIC PURGE IN KRONZAK Among those driven f rom their homes was seventy-four-year old Dr. Isaac Israel the renowned psychologist. Soldiers dragged him from his bed, beat him, and marched him to the border. There they told him to get out of the country. They were acting under orders from Dictator Erno Grodd, BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR STATE-WIDE EXTERMINATING CO. : 11 N. \\". l-ili Avenue PHONE 74414 FREE TERMITE INSPECTION BEST WISHES TOE A HAPPY. NKW VEAB Miami Nu-Enamel Co. 1' A I N T s :::; \. \V Firs, gtl BEST WISIIKS FOB A HAPPY NEW VI.AII LEARN BEAUTY CULTURE ENROLL NOW! JWttie. 6dtia Ja ptatict B€OUTY SCHOOL Mj.-imi's Molt Reliable —Est. 1910 State and City .Approved 41 N. E. lit AVE.. 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1 PAGE TWENTY SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER ISRAEL AND AMERICA SPEAK IN TERMS OE ETHICS (Continued from Pag* 25) with. It has been and always is, criticized just by those who have never taken the trouble to penetrate deeply and investigate thoroughly the intricate labyrinths that comprise this ancient structure. Those who talk so glibly uf the shortcomings and deficiencies of Judaism are mostly those who.e knowledge of its teachings is of the slightest or who ha\e drawn their information from secondhand and unreliable source:. For example, the relative narrative to ancient Egypt clearly indicates the attitude which the Bible desires us to assume towards the transgressors and enemi"s. It deals chiefly with the stu>>borness 'if Pharoah who, notwithstanding the dire punishment inflicted upon him. would not hearken fa the command of God to let Israel free from his bondage. Plagu? after plague came upon him, which now and again made him yitlj to the demands of justice. The moment, however, that the trouble Wti removed he again hrrened hiheat, resuming his syrtematioppression qf the per pie. Wh!nevei visited by a new plag"" hERY HAPPY NEW YEAR | shall find us as they have always j -.found us—more steadfast, more IVieiVin KOgei'S resolute, more sacredly devoted to our cause of freedom, forgiveness and tolerance. Like a child which casts a pebble into the waters of the mighty ocean so is the wild Nazi seeking to stifle the soul of | the Jew. For us there is no death because we will to live. This is our will and to achieve it we are ready to die and dying, we are re(Continued on Page 33) j AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE I 804 First St. Phone I*** MIAMI BEA( H lil"in'i:i.u, %  i Best Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR For Bargain! in Good L'aed tars See F. F. Nann Motors 800 S. W. 8th Street I'HOXK 8-483] A HAPPY NEW YEAR Boat Panacea PHONE 3-4342 MIAMI. FLORIDA GREETINGS Venetian Market 108 N. E. 2nd Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA SINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A HAPPY NEW-TEAR NEW YEARS GREETINGS SERVICE PAINT CO. 800 N. E. FIRST STREET MIAMI. II.. .IIIDA f SEASONS GREETINGS SHENANDOAH GROCETERIA 1690 S. W. 8th Street Where Quality Prevails at Lowed' Possible Prices HARRY A. GROSS. Prop. SEASON'S GREETINGS H. D. JACOBY BUILDER A CONTRACTOR 1


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PAGE FIFTY-SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, 8EPTEMBER 23 itra. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 S. W. 3rd Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES The solemn services of the Holiday season will begin with eveninn devotions on Sunday night, September 25th at 6:30 p. m. Rev. Nathan Wroobel will chant the services. On Monday morning Shachris services will commence at 7:30 a. m., with Mr. Wililam Clein acting as Baal Shachris. Reading of the Torah will be at 10:00 a. m. Sermon at 10:30 and the blowing of the Shofar at 11:00 a. m.. following which the Musaph service will be conducted at 5:30 p. ni.. preceded by the traditional chanting of Psalms. The schedule of the first day will be in effect the second day as well. SERMON SCHEDULE Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will officiate in the pulpit and preach throughout the Festive season. His sermon topics will be as follows: Monday a. m.. in English, "The Glory of Today;" in the afternoon of the same day in Yiddish, "God, Thou hast been good to me;" Tuesday a. m., in English, "The Hope of Tomorrow." On Saturday, October 1st Rabbi Kellner will speak both during the morning and afternoon services in the traditional Shabbos Shuvo manner. CONGREGATIONAL NEWS In conjunction with the forthcoming election of officers the congregation will conduct a drive for new members, the campaign to take place immediately after the Holiday season. BUILDING FUND Not all of our people are as yet acquainted with the fact that the congregation has purchased a triple corner lot on Southwest 17th Avenue, corner of Sixth Street and it is hoped that the erection of a Talmud Torah building, the first of the proposed several units, will be under way before long. HEBREW BCHOOL Regular daily classes are being held under the personal care of Rabbi Kellner every week day afternoon, excepting Friday, between the hours of 8:80 and 6:80. A special class for beginners will Tampa Notes as a new member and Mrs. Edward Byck and Savannah, Ga.. was I visitor. Services for the High Holidays Mrs. Harry Sandier was elected at Gainesville will be conducted second vice-president and religious by Mr. Jacob Milchman of Tampa, chairman of the Sisterhood of | also be organized after Yom Tov. LADIES AUXILIARY The Auxiliary will continue to meet, as in the past on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday evening of every month. Under the present leadership the Auxiliary has in recent months doubled its membership and is making splendid progress towards becoming a major factor in the Jewish community. Besides assisting the congregation in every one of their enterprises the ladies plan a series of Fall accivit'es beginning with Wednesday evening, October 12th, when a lawn party will he held at the ionic of Mr. and Mrs. Traeger. 758 N. W. 22nd Court. This will be followed by a cafe teria supper on October 23rd, package party November 13th. annual Chanukah party December 25th and eighth annual Purim Ball February 88th and many other outstanding events. HABANOTB NEWS The meetings of the Miami Chapter of the Habanoth have been resumed and this pioneer group foregathers in the Miami Orthodox Synagogue as in the past year, every Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Samuel Tannenbaum has been named advisor, Mrs. Ben Rosen. musical director and they in conjunct'on with Mrs. Abraham Kellner, who was the first to organize such a group in the entire South, will, we hope, lead this vorthwhile organization to even greater heights than they achieved last year. Included on the program is a most intensive cultural Temple Schaarai Zedek at a meeting at the temple last week. She succeeds Mrs. Morton Williams, who has resigned. Sunday School registration will be held September 25th and classes will begin October 3rd. Mrs. Charles Jacobs was appointed chairman of hospital'ty and committee members are Mrs. Sol Maas, Mrs. M. J. Mackler, Mrs. Sol Jacobs, Mrs. Leo Weiss and Mrs. Margaret Hammer. Mrs. Hammer was elected trustee of the temple from the Sisterhood. An invitation was sent members of the St. Petersburg Sisterhood to attend a regional luncheon to lie given In their honor in November. Those in charge of arrange ments are Mr. Leo Weiss, chairman; Mrs. Jacobs, Mrs. M. J. Mackler, Mrs. Marcus Cohen and Mrs. Ozeas Marcus. Mrs. N. E. Wolf was welcomed Miss Gladys Milchman will en ter the Fall class in nurse tra'ning at the Municipal Hospital. The Merry Fellows Club held their first dance of the current social season at the Forest Hills Country Club. A special feature of the dance was the introduction of the "Sweetheart of A. Z. A." Miss Margie Segall. The commit tee in charge were Sam Verkauf Sol Fleischman. Maurice Finman, Bill Wolfson and Fred Roller. Miss Grace Dayan returned to her home in this city after a vacation spent in Chicago and New York. (Continued from Page |) the effort of men and women who want to do the most for the greatest number in the most efficient way. prate not of what some will lose. those who oppose Federation have not offered something better. mistakes ... certainly they will be made since those who do the work are but human. aid, not condemn, should be the rule to be applied to those well learned or those perhaps uninformed t here much that will have been accomplished. Let's, let's do things, -lowly, carefully, because we want to help, to aid, to build the Jewish Community. Let's not simply say. "we too, travel." Mr. and Mrs. J. Markowitz left for a trip to Atlanta, Ga., where they will spend two weeks visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. Golden. Joseph M. Cheetham WISHES HIS MANY JEWISH FRIKNDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR program with Hebrew reading and Jewish customs as the two most important subjects. The first gala function is scheduled for Sunday night, November 20th. HOLIDAY GREETINGS VENETIAN CAUSEWAY THE SHORTWAY" TO AND FROM MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS VIOLA BELASCO STUDIO OF DANCE 834 Ponce de Leon Boulevard—Coral Gables NOW OPEN Classes in Ballet, Tap, Acrobatic and Ballroom Dancing for Children and AdultB. 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PAGE THIRTY SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 193a Who Desires Life? (BY RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF) (Continued from Page 34) practice in their private lives have been the most disruptive force in the establishment of religious values, at the same time that they speak for religious education. Again, this past year has shown to what degree a healthy desire for life is realized. The Habanoth, the Young Judea, Junior Congregations, Young Men's Bar Mitzva groups and others have shown a resurgence of religious spirit and practice, thanks to those few leaders who have put their hearts as well as their lips into effecting their desired goal. Hebrew and Sunday School attendance has grown. Synagogue membership hus increased. Oh, if only more in our community would with all their hearts desire the increase of these activities to full-blown life. I dare say that no finer group of synagogue and sisterhood presidents than ours can be found in any community. If only members had the desire to help realize their most cherished dreams! What of our Jewish organizations which flout Jewish laws and practices in their public affairs? "Why," an officer of a youth group asks me, "should we give a kosher banquet, when older j groups feed Jews with trayfoss?" Need I mention other things? These organizations pray for Jewish life. A sardonic prayer. Again desire and action have shown the way. The "Y" this year has made a giant step in the proper direction with the engagement of an executive director to whom all matters Jewish—cultural, religious and spiritual are holy. Here is a factor for life which cannot be overestimated. Only have the desire that it live. "Seek peace and pursue it." We pray for peaceful and friendly relations with the nonJew. But how many Jews examine their business or professional ethics to prevent the non-Jew from having reason to despise and denounce. Can all the rumors of lack of ethics among a few Jews be baseless? They may affect the entire community. The anti-Defamation committee of the B'nai B'rith has the desire to eradicate such malpractices. How many of us have the desire to bring their work to fruition ? This Jewish "business of prayer" is too lightly held today. Desire for action must always be coupled with it. When Jews in a community do not join organizations, do not help synagogues and schools—even help their disruption through the parasitic growth of mushroom synagogues, etc.— and in other ways show that they do not really desire the integration and unification of a community, is it to be wondered that these do not materialize? Jews do not desire a Jewish community to represent, express and protect them. Otherwise, howexplain the ridiculously small memberships in our organizations? How explain the shamefully small number of synagogue members of children enrolled in daily Hebrew School? How explain the dire lack of representative leaders to express the will of a community which should make its desires known? Jews do not desire kashruss otherwise why is there no organization to help the Habbi, no paid supervisors to assist in the work? Prayers there arc aplenty in the Machzor. And prayers aplenty in the synagogues during the High Holy Days—may their number increase and remain more nearly constant throughout the year. But desire for life, of that there is HAPPY NEW YEAR E. T. Harper BONDSMAN CIVIC BUILDING GREETINGS George H. Keen of KEEN INSURANCE AGENCY Poatai Building WISHING ALL JEWISH CITIZENS A HAPPY NEW YEAR Riverside Electric Co. CONTRACTORS WIRING AND REPAIRING ALWAYS READY TO BE OF SERVICE 431 W. Flagler St.—Phone 2-4718 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS A. C. UHLE RUO CLEANING CO. RuQ Moth Proofed, Dyed, Serviced—Upholstery Cleaned 30 N. W. 22nd STREET Phone 2-5783 4 • Best Wishes for a Happy and | Prosperous New Year to My Many Jewish Friends and Acquaintances J. E. KELLY J Official Court Reporter of Circuit Court very little evidence in our community. To many a worshipper must be brought the reproof, "keep thy lips from uttering deceit." "Mee Hash he Chafaytz Chayim?" Who are the men who truly desire life? I.et them stand forth. Let them help "form a single band to do Thy will with a perfect heart." Then we shall have life. These same men and women will find their own lives worthwhile. Through them the community will find vibrant life. Good will will be expressed by the non-Jew, not alone at the Jewish cemetery, but in appreciation and admiration of the Jewish mode of life wherein ethics will again have significance, religion will again be the inspiraNEW YEAR GREETINGS ACME FAST FREIGHT INCORPORATED Seybold Bulldin* MIAMI. FLORIDA NEW FEAR GREETINGS Ace Tile Co. 2201 N. W. 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ygTPAT SgPTlMBEE tS. ltS8 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SIXTY ONE SINCERE WISHES fur a HAPPY NEW YEAR Mix', and MRS. F. L. Hughes and Son HAPPY NEW YEAR Reilly Tile Co. "Artists in Tile Setting" PHONE 2-3928 1211 N. W. 61st Terrace London, (WNS)—Fearing grave dl i rdera in London on the eve of Rosh Hashanah, Clemente Atlee, leader of the Labor Party opposition in the House of Commons, has asked the Home Office to forbid a scheduled Fascist demonstration and parade through the E End on Sunday, September 25th. He acted after consultation with other Bast End members of Parlia ment. The Bast End is a thickly populated Jewish district which Will l>c thronged with hol'day worshippers going to and from synagogues on Sunday night. Four members of Sir Oswald Moseley's Fascists were jailed and fined by I ondon magistrates for shouting "down wih the Jews," and "perish Judah." outside Limehouse town hall during a speech by Major Atlee on the Czech crisis. The magistrates acted on instructions from the Home Office wh'ch has taken steps to curb renewed anti-Jewish agitation in London. _—— .—_-—..—a—..—..——. SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Louis Pokress ills Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH REAL ESTATE h————— — IfHfWfWfSf'WWt^ % iinitiMmwir"iHM.iitiiiiHin,t* iiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiMiMiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiii .i.iiiiiiiiiiiiinir SINCERE WISHES for a i HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. Lennon Paulk and FAMILY '..lltllHIIIIllCIII .IHmillllllirtllHMMIII1lllllltllHMIflllltMI(lllf::'ll JOSEPH M. LIPTON Prominent in local communal work doriic; the past year, and president of the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association. BEST WISHES FOK I 1 A HAPPY NEW YEAR I ; Ben J. Kincaid 1 Life Insurance and Annuities ; 101-10 1st National Hank BMg. I PHONE 2-0721 NMMMMMMMIMMIMMMI MMMMNMMMMMMMIMi Believe it or not but there was no New Year's Day in aiuient Israel. DIABETIC AND HEALTH CAFETERIA AT THE HEALTH FOODSHOP 12 S. E. 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%  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE NINE Half Jews BETWEEN TWO CAMPS (BY ARNOLD ZWEIG) As trajclc, if not more so, than the fate of the Jew in Germany and Austria is the fate of the half-Jew or quarter-Jew, who has been made unable to align himself with one camp or the other. Arnold Zweig the world-famous German norelist who is now living in f Palestine, here discusses the careers of some of the more eminent half-Jews whose genius flowered in the world of literature. —THE EDITOR When the palhological frenzy of the Hitlerites applied itself to transferring their lender's hysterical program out of the beery haze of mass-meetings into reality, they brutally and with deliberate malice struck at the innermost soul of those individuals who are the offspring of a union between Jew and nonJew. When the snooping of the "totalitarian state" invaded the marriage-bed. there was a tendency to overestimate the number of such half Jews. As a matter of fact, we were very well acquainted with the obstacles of a social and personal nature which have always been placed in the way of such unions, and so were not surprised at the comparatively small number .it men and women of mixed race, the "cross-breeds." Still, though their nun.her may not be very large, the tragedy of their situation is all the greater. Up until the invasion of the barbarians, their parents' marriage and their relations with their fathers and mothers was considered a guarded bit of private life imbued with consideration and tenderness but also with personal contradictions, just as in times of economic stress, the relationship between children and parents is generally relieved in its true light. We know, particularly since Freud, what complex mechanisms of instinct are imbedded within the trinity of "father, mother and children." And now, a Nazi hand suddenly stretches out and thumbs the leaves of genealogical archives and then marks the children of such a marriage with a stigma that cuts them off from the majority of their compatriots and tries forcibly to align them with a minority with whom they had rarely anything to do, what with their deduction and their conscious volition. Their mental state must be devastating. We are not speaking so much of those cases in which a gentile spouse went over to Judaism as a matter of inner conviction at the time of entering May the Jewish people throughout the world enjoy a year that will be devoid of sorrow and travail and replete with joy and happiness. C. P. w. H limit 1III1I1II1IIUMIII1II iimimiiiiimimmiiim HiHiiHiHimm iinini iiiiiiMiiiMiiiiiiMimimiimniiimi tn IIIIHI AGAIN WE E v.TEND THE SEASON'S GREETINGS [ ROSH HASHONO GREETING CARDS MR. FOSTER'S STORE 100 East Flagler Street """i imiiiiiiiiimi'iiiHitiiii IIIII I I iiiiiiiiuiii i IUII..IIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIII IIIIUIIII ""' '"" !' IIIII i II iiiiuiiiiiiii i i muni tin mi mum "ml I mi L HAROLD PONT AND IRVING GORDON OF THE ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN 170 N. W. FIFTH 8TREET EXTEND TO ALL THEIR PATRONS AND FRIENDS SINCERE WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR into a union with one of Jewish birth. Such a person might have easily acquainted the offspring of his love-match with the fact that they were of mixed blood and, because of their more heterogeneous traits, had received a rather negative but perhaps also an unexpectedly good heritage within the German nation. At that time there were no such pronunciations in the German language as those of Dr. Goebbels who told an English interviewer that a German prostitute was much superior to a respectable Jewish married-woman. (Sunday Referee, End of July, 1933.) At that time people still recalled Nietzsche's curious suggestion to improve and intellectualize the Prussian nobility with their valuable innate traits by marrying them off to Jewesses in order to cross this "best German (Continued on Page Twenty) MR. and MRS. JAKE NEHAM and FAMILY MIAMI BEACH Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR ^ GKKKTINOS TO AI,L OL'K FIUKNUS yj MR. AND MRS. M. LIPOWSKY AND FAMILY ROYAL APTS. MIAMI BEACH DALE JAMES OF THE FAD* PRACTICE BUREAU Wishes All His Jewish Friends a HAPPY NEW YEAR Hill III | IIIIUIIII | MIIIIIMIIII. I II [ II IIIIUIIII llllll Mil II Il'l IIIII IIIIMI-M SINCERE WISHES TO ALL Ol*R JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR HOTEL LIDO MIAMI BEACH MR. AND MRS. 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PAGE FIFTY-TWO THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER g, lto IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIinillMIIIMMIIIIIIIIII iiMiiiiiiiiitniimiiiiiii •tiiiiiiii'iiiKiiiiiiniiiiiiNiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiMiiNniiw Plain Talk (BY AL SEGAL) Hllllltll IUIIIMIIKIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIII iHlllinmimillllHIIimillUH HiiiNWHtmiNni* Another year's gone and when you are past 50 you think of the years as winds rushing; by. Yesterday your children were infants and yesterday it was a happier world. People thought of wars as the sad events of remote history and that progress was inevitable and that savagery was only the expression of #.borigines in the few darkplaces that were left in the world; only yesterday when your ch'ldren were infants. Yes, here are some of their infantile garments left over, and their crib and the go-cart. Sometime you dream about them in the night and, strangely, you dream of them always as babies. You are wheeling them in the go-cart again or you are running up stairs to shut the window because it is raining and the rain may fall on the sleeping child in the crib. Then you wake up and realize poignantly that the ch'ldren are all grown up and getting married and going their own ways. But you are grateful for the brief moment when you caught up with yesterday and brought it back for the little while. You lie there and try to recapture yesterday which you hail for the short interval of a dream. Only yesterday: People WIT. 1 sun 1 that tomorrow was ging to be better, for they said progress \valike everlasting rivers that never turn back on their courses. Progress was advancing with stead} footsteps toward the mountain top. People saw a dazzling light on the mountain top and each called it whatever his vision told him. Some said it was the light of everlasting peace to which mankind was ascending, and others sad it was injustice, or a good society, or plenty for all, or the new, luminous spirit of man. This was only yesterday. Only yesterday. It was the time of the war. But it was said that the war was another step in the progress—the travail toward the mountain top—to liberty, democracy, justice, a better world to live in. You were wheeling your youngest child in the go-cart then and you said. All this is to make the world safe for him and all his generation and the generations to tome after him. The dead were coming home from the battlefields and you knew some of them and on the evenings after their funerals you went to their parents' houses to say kaddish. On your lips you said, "Yisiradal. veyiskadash" and in your heart you added, O Lord God, let it be true that this child perished for the sake of a better world. Al ready you were beset by vague doubts and the good vision of a better world was no longer so bright in your eyes. Only yesterday: It was good for .lews almost everywhere. Pogroms in Russia, but there was sanctuary in the world for Russian lews. In Russia alone it was dark for Jews. When you visited New York you went sentimentally to the acquarium on the Battery and let your feet step fondly over its threshhold; for the aquarium used to be Castle Garden where your father landed. This way his timorous footsteps had entered the new work and had gone to make the good life that you had. Yes, the dark time of the Jews seemed over, except for the Russian incident. Outside of that the only anti-Semitism you knew about was the prejudice against taking Jews into country clubs; that was all right, you said. You didn't expect to be loved socially by everybody and you yourself didn't mix with everybody either. Thank God, you said, economic opportunity was equal for everybody and that was equality enough. The world was not yet getting crowded and there was plenty of room. The children of people you knew were ris!ng to bright places in the world; it was never said to them, "You are Jewish and we don't want you because you arc Jewish." Only yesterday: You thought you were forever set beyond all fear of want. How marvelously people were getting rich almost over night and building big houses that were almost magical, considering that they started almost from nothing. And you yourself had much cause to be grateful for everything that was befalling you. In five years more you would retire, and you walked with no fear at all on the firm earth. Nothing could ever happen to bring back WISHING ALL A HAPPY NT.W STSAB HOSKINS & GREEN CO. .->:. N. 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Everything would be good for them. You muse upon these things and shut your eyes in the hope of dreaming again and capturing tomorrow, as you did for the while of the brief dream in which you ran upstairs to close the window lest the rain pour in on the baby in the crib. But the magic is over and today and tomorrow keep beating against your mind like ominous seas. Today: What news today? You must be getting up and read the morning paper. What tr a g i c news? Everybody brings tragic news from the world. Children shattered by bombs. Another slaughter in Barcelona. a thousand more butchered in Canton. .. People in the breadlines. Hitler! What new humiliation has he inflicted on Jews today? .. The righteous perish but he lives O God. Tomorrow: What has tomorrow? What new pains? But you've read of tomorrows that were like dawns after long darknesses, of the arrogant being reduced to the humility of dust, of the meek inheriting their portion, of justice giving gleams like starlight in the night. Yes, maybe tomorrow J'lll.llltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I lllllllllllll HI A HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM J. S. Mas' | Pharmacy l First and Washington Ave. | PHONE 5-9953 MIAMI BEACH IMHIIMHHMIIIMIMIIIIIIII IIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIMI %  MMMWMHIHIIHIMtllllllllllHIMIUIHIIMIIIIHIIMIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU BEST WISIIKS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR FALK'S | Delicatessen 345 N. E. Second Avenue PHONE 2 0760 We Carry a Complete Delicatessen and Grocery Line. Wholesale and Retail iiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiliiliinnHiii HAPPY NEW YEAR TA MIAMI MOTOR REPAIRING COMPANY EASY P. P. C. PAYMENT GENERAL REPAIRING BODY AND FENDER WORK 1277 S. w. Eighth Btreet <•" tinTamlaml Trail l'll"Ni:::-llli; JOSEPH MERO. Prop. Pope Declares Against Bigotry Antwerp, (WNS)-Pope Pius has denounced anti-Semitism as •an antipathet'c movement in which we Christians are unable to participate," according to a message from the Pontiff made public here by the managers of the Catholic radio station in Belgium on their return from Rome. The Pope's message said: "AntiSi'initism is incompatible with the dea of the sublime reality of the Biblical text. It is an antipathetic movement in which we Christians are unable to participate. Naturally, it is impossible for Christians to share in anti-Semitism. We concede to anybody the right to defend himseif and to take measures to safeguard his interests, but anti-Semitism is ihadmissible. Spiritually we are Semites." Brussels, (WNS)— Pope Pius wept openly in denouncing Italian anti-Semitism to a delegation of visiting Belgian Catholics, the influential and authoritative Belgian newspaper Le Soir made known in a prominently featured page-one story. According to Le Soir the Pontiff used the term "anti-Semitism" instead of "racism" in deloring the fate of the Italian Jews. Le Soir quotes the Pope as having said: "Remember that spiritually BEST WISIIKS FOR THE NEW YEAR HOTEL EUCLID 320 Euclid Avenue MIAMI BEACH COMPLIMENTS SNOW CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY 708 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH SEASON'S GREETINGS NATIONAL PRODUCE CO., INC. 2816 X. W. 18th Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA GREETINGS PIONEER GARAGE 2815 X. Miami Aven tie JEWS' POSITION IS DEBATED Berlin, (WNS)—What to do with the Jews in Germany i n th e event of war seems to be botherin. the Nazi authorities. Nazi military circles insist that when w ar comes all Jews of Military i Ke ^ organized into special labor batalions which would be sent into the most exposed positions. The An. griff, Propaganda Minister Goebbel's organ, however, favors putting all Jews in concentration camps for the duration of the war we are all Semites." The paper says that the Pope spoke of "our poor Jewish brothers." GREETINGS MR. AXD MRS. NATHAN SCHWARTZ BLACKSTONE CLEANERS 512 Eighth Street MIAMI BEACH HAPPY NEW YEAR GENE'S MARKET FINE MEATS 22 X. \V. 36th st. Phone 2-5211 NEW YEAR GREETINGS JONES LUMBER CO, { 2468 X. W. 33rd Street I --------------------.-j GREETINGS VIC BERRY S CAUSEWAY SERVICE STATION ( County Causeway—ntxt lo Power Plant ROAD SERVICE PHONE 5-4417 TEXACO PETROLEUM PRODUCTS FIRE8TONE TIRES AND AUTO SUPPLIES MATERNITY CASES PRIVATE SANITARIUM DBUVBRT INCLUDING" 10 DATS HoSllTAUZATION ONLY $75.00 SPLENDID CARE GOOD FOOD 1IIO.NK 4-6952 THAT THE COMING YEAR MAY BE FULL OF HAPPINESS, JOY AND PROSPERITY FOR ALL JEWRY IS THE SINCERE WISH OF J. MARK WILCOX Congressman, Fourth District



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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE TWENTY-THREE Pogroms and Boycotts Beset Polish Jews NEW YEAR APPEAL AND PRAYER (Continued from Page Six) and reverently suggest, as i have suggested several times to my congregation in my annual report, that we Jews, here and everywhere, set to work to clean up as much as human beings can, in our own midst first. We might do that, and show our desire to be among the best in every land, by organizing here and everywhere a committee on Business Ethics who shall outline a program of education and self-respect among all the members of our people. The same should be attempted among all the professions. The lawyers should organize among themselves and help the weaker brothers with their advice and scholarly example. The same among the Jewish physicians. The older and more experienced should give their brotherly help and advice to the younger, to the end that we as a people, who have been the authors of the moral and ethical conduct in life, and who could not have survived unless we had been better and finer in our conduct through the ages, may, in this complexity of life, again renew the passion for justice in every department of life that our fathers have felt through the ages, and that an enlightened majority in every country, and especially in our country, may with honest enthusiasm continue to fight with us for a humanity of justice and sympathetic appreciation for the welfare of man. (1) Endeks Picket a Jewish Store. (2) Fear Grips the Jewish population on News of a pogrom. (3) Rioters have no respect for the age of their victims. (4) The first outside aid for a pogromized town is usually a truckload of food and medicines from the Joint Distribution Committee. SINCERE GREETINGS! May 5699 Bring Happiness and Joy to All Jewry f M. Scheinbaum A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO MY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS Fred's Service Station !>no FIFTH STREET MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA BEST WISHES for a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Jimmie Bonnie 148 W. Flagler Street MIAMI, FLORIDA SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR 0 0 0 THE HAROLD KINDERGARTEN and PLAY SCHOOL 1717 S. W. 13th Street SADIE WEINBERG ETHEL GROSSMAN BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR $ KINSMAN'S, Inc. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS Isle of Normandy PHONE 6-1901 i iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM i % % % % % % %  num IHIIIIIIIIII iimnimii in minim i • "">' jf BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MURPHY TERMITE CO. "GET THE BEST FORGET THE REST" TERMITE ERADICATION WOOD PRESERVING 100 N. E. 24th Street \ Phone 2-4307 "IIHIII i imiiMiiiiiuii i Ill ill iiiiiiimiiiniiiii mm '"""""""' "" MB. and MRS. L. SILVERMAN and the SILVER PAINT CO. 26!) W. Flagler St. PHONE 3-2718 Wish for all their Patrons and Friends a HAPPY NEW YEAR i|i .._.._.._.+ SEASON'S GREETINGS BEX RICHARD Dixie Broom Co. j MANUFACTURER OF HIGH GRADE MOPS AND BROOMS THAT ALL OUB FRIENDS AND PATRONS MAY ENJOY A HAPPY NEW YEAR IS THE SINCERE WISH OF AUGUST BROS. BAKERY 361 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 2-2792 PRODUCERS OF THE FINEST RYE, VIENNA, WHOLE WHEAT, PUMPERNICKEL ROLLS AND BREADS OF QUALITY Sincerest Wishes for a Happy New Year Miami Kosher Meat and Poultry Market 237 NORTHWEST FIFTH STREET PHONE 3-2297 SAMUEL BRESLOW, Prop. MIAMI, FLORIDA BEST WISHES for a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR CHAS. M. EWING Plumbing and Heating Contrator AIR CONDITIONING EST. 30 YEARS IN GOVERNMENT & PRIVATE WORK 752 South Miami Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA HOLIDAY GREETINGS .... DOLPHIN HOTEL 93T N. E. First Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS \VK EXTEND SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR y* HECTOR SUPPLY CO. 235 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA Greetings! ... It is our pleasure to extend to all our Jewish friends and patrons sincere good wishes for a Happy New Year Pan American Airways VISIT YOUR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT



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^ %  MWM PAGE THIRTY-FOUR THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN raiDAY, SEPTEMBER 93, ^ Who Desires Life? (BY RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF) BETH JACOB CONGREGATION—MIAMI BEACH Not so long ago there died a weak, shriveled up little Jew at the ripe old age of a hundred and over. He was known to millions as the Chafetz Chayim, the "desirer of life." He had desired life and he had obtained it. He died What pious Jew will admit it ? He lives, for he had found the secret of life. Pondering the meaning of life in it s fullest sense he had written a tract on ethics which he entitled "Chafetz Chayim" (whence his name,) and in it he elaborated on the secret of life: a simple formula first stated by David the psalmist, when pursued by Abimelech. The formula: "What man is he that desireth life, and loveth many days that he may see good? Keep thy tongue from evil, and thy lips from speaking deceit. Depart from evil and do good; seek peace and pursue it." Simple words. A whole philosophy in two sentences. Yet no more certain formula for life, individual or collective, I venture to say, can there be found. We say, "We desire life." Each one of us prays for it; each has the same lights to it. We want length of days, and good in each of them. By all means. But most of us begin with the wrong desire. Evil and guile are the materials with which so much of our so-called life is built. Pause and consider for a few moments. See if it is not true in your own group. "Depart from evil and do good." Only a score of years ago the world spoke of that prayer for life which we utter each Rosh Hashono; "May all form a single band and do Thy will with a perfect heart." The world prayed for peace. But did it truly desire peace ? Did it base that sentiment for peace on honesty and cooperation ? The world on the brink of a new cataclysm gives us the answer. The world prayed, but did not desire. Israel for the past generation prayed as never before for an Kretz Yisroel. But did Jews have the desire to purchase land, to settle there, to help in its development, economic, cultural or spiritual? If we had so desired, there would have been an Eretz Yisroel a Jewish land, today. All praise to those who, filled BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Henry Kelly Co. r Inc 150 N E. SEVENTH ST. MIAMI, FLORIDA A HAPPY NEW YEAR O I) o JOHN B. ORR INC. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION .MIAMI. FLORIDA V OUR SINCERE WISHES li >K A HAPPY NEW YEAR i 1 MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH with the desire for Zion, struggled for its development, passively resisted all acts of terrorism in Palestine, and, in our own country and community, contributed to the U. P. A., the Hadassah, Senior and Junior, the Zionist organi/.a tion. Members of these organizations and contributors to their work, these really desired the life of our Homeland. The tragedy of Palestine lies in this,—so many "only prayed." In our own city Israel prayed for a stronp community. It prayed for welfare of its institutions. It prayed for Jewish education, tl prayed for relig'ous observance. It prayed for good will among our own people and between Jews and non-Jews. Did we desire these? Did we during the past year consider these the ultimate "chayfetsz," the object of supreme value, worth a struggle? The answer lies in the fact that our Jewish community is still in its first swaddling clothes; that few admit parentage and accept the responsibility for its growth. Those few who have given of their fine and energy that such matters hi' fostered have found life thru theh? sacred work, and have breathed life into those institutions which have taken another, albeit small, step in the proper direction this year. But they are so few! We pray for the poor. How many have done their share in the support of the Jewish Welfare Bureau charitable funds, in the organization of charities in our community! A few did desire to help. 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PAGE TEN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 193a Strictly Confidential SCOOPS OF 5698 By PHINEAS J. BIRON grand and glorious scheme for the solution of the Jewish problem. But you just remember that Mr. Barton is going to make a serious bid for higher political honors. Justice Brandeis will re reported resigning and Felix Frankfurter will be talked about as his successor. You can bet your shirt that the Grand Old Man of the .Supreme Court will resign before Roosevelt's secor.i expires, but that Felix Frankfurter, who r Wagner aMr. Justice D %  stunned if George B Ji h ar.d Lai t Pi i ': %  will Ke on the New York State tl ke< for the position of lieutenant-governor. Al of new J-wi>h faces in the big political headlines, remember the name of our old friend M. Maldwin Fertig. ZIONIST REVIEW The British Imperial Partil Commission will report on its findings and will come out with a scheme even more cockeyed than the one proposed last year But don"t let your temperature go up. A new commission will re appointed to go still "further" into the matter. Washington will be suggested as the city in which to hold the World Zionist Congress. Don't rush to buy your railroad ticket, though, because Switzerland will finally be selected as the country where the Conirn-will be held. Foreign correspondents will report from the Zionist Congress—In a very confidential manner—that Dr. Weizmann has threatened to resign un!' %  -%  •ion approving the new offer of the British Government be ted. But you just smile a r HAPPY NEW YEAR Were going to simplify your reading of Jewish news for the coming year. ... If you'll read thicolumn carefully you'll be in line for the post of social lion in community. You'll be just as amazing as we are Ladies and gentlemen, lean back .... Lights out O perator. h the news for the year POLITICAL REVIEW II wake up one morning to find front-page reading matter about new schemes to send large numberof German refu'•'• %  %  Madagascar and • ... Don't let your hi *, though. It won't in a thing except publicity for thi = or that individual or organization. Th-n there will be the well-infi ircea whence will emanate the authoritative prediction that a certain millionaire will prove to have made a will leaving millions for the solution of the problem confronting our unfortunate brethren in Germany and Poland F orget it, and double your contribution to the J. D. C. For the will, when publisher!, will leave the money to some university or to a home for lost pup... Some evening a visiting • ebrity will give you the advance information that Shalom Asch, the Yiddish novelist. Will receive the %  .niiiiimiiiiiiiiii n i iiimiiwimiiii IIIIBHHII 11 IIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIII iimi Nobel award for literature for 1939. Tell your distinguished scoopster that he's all wet. and that a comparatively unknown Swedish or French writer will get the coveted prize. 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MM. PAGE FORTY EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER N. F. T. S. TO PRESENT BROADCAST OF HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES Cincinnati -Jewish High Holiday services will be heard from coastto-coast this year on two radio broadcasts arranged by th" National Federation of Temple Sister hoods, world's largest Jewish women's religious organisation. This is the third year that N. F. T. S. has used radio to make High Holyday servi cs available to shutins and others who are unable I" attend the synagogue. This year, Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services will be heard on the network of the Mutual Broadcasting System, which comprises '.'' %  stations from eoast to coast, from 10:30 to 11:00 a. m., Eastern Standard Time, on Monday, September 2Gth and Wednesday October ">th, respectively. The national broadcast on each holyday will be preceded by a special broadcast of the same program over the powerful transmitter of Rad'o Station \VI,W. Cincinnati (70 kilocycles.) and will be carried to the rest of the world by short wave over Station W8XAL (6060 kilocycles.! This special broadcast will be beard from 10:00 to 10:80 a. m.. September 26tb and o.tui.cr 5th. Rabbi Louis I. Egelson, Assistant Director <>f Synagogue and s.hool Extension of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, Will read the prayers on Rosh Hashanah, and Dr. Julian Morgenstern, president of the Hebrew Union College In ("ninnatti, internationally hnown Bible scholar and Jewish leader, will conduct the services of the Union Prayer Book. The musical responses and traditional hymns will be rendered by two noted solo'sts and a trained choir. The musical program is under the direction of Miss I>eah Fred of Cincinnati, while the broadcast as a whole has been arranged by Miss Jane Evans, Executive Director of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods. M. B. PRANK President of Beth Jacob Congrenation, vice-president of the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association and prominent communal worker. NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE (Continued from Page 47) Jew seems general and widespread, it is not of a spontaneous nature. It is well known that its inspiration derives from Germany —from those in that benighted land who for the time being are the arbitrary masters of its destiny. Jews are not the only ones who suffer from Nazi theory and practice—they are its most direct victims. The seething unsettlement everywhere is attributable to Nazidom and its machinations. The apparent strength of Germany in world politics is not due to the free acceptance of any of its doctrines, but to the constant threat of force which thai country knows well how to employ. The reluctance of peacefully-inclined peoples to resort to armed battle has won for Nazi Germany victories which neither iu prowess nor its achievements entitle it to. The forces of evil, we know, are sometimes temporarily victorious, and now and then even a battle, but in the end. they are doomed to defeat. The present, therefore, is ex(IIICIItlMIMI ||l'MllllltllllimillllMtllHBIIIIIIIIHIt