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Friday, January 17, 1941
Daytona Beach
THIS WEEK’S SEDRAH
B y RABBI DAVID B. ALPERT
«The children of Israel sighed
bv reason of their bondage, and
their cry came up to God.” (Exo
dus 1-6; P* Shemoth)
Egypt was the great world-king
dom of its day. Among its per
manent contributions, extending
even to our times, were its mas
sive architecture, its tremendous
construction, its studies in geom
etry and astronomy and embalm
ing and art. Some record of the
achievement of Egypt remains.
What Egypt accomplished was
on the back of slaves. Its society
was built upon slavery. Egypt is
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Patronize . .
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the model upon which others have
sought to build world-kingdoms
and long-lasting dynasties. Only in
its details does the method vary;
the essentials remain. These steps
aim suspicion at the class you
mean to enslave; accuse them of
being disloyal and a potential
threat to the national security;
suggest that they will give aid
and comfort to some distant ene
my; reduce their numbers and
crush them down; brow-beat them
by duress and force. If the peo
ple complain, add to their tasks
and increase your rule of force
over them. Intensify the harsh
pressure of the rulership; give no
heed to the cry of the human
heart.
Egypt is a model for many
states that have attempted the
same rise to power. We have
learned that force can sometimes
go too far and work its own ruin.
Though we may have learned this,
as a lesson of history, builders of
dynasty still think that they can
build successful empires by the
rule of force and cruelty.
The tyrant seems strong against
the slave; the management used
to seem strong against labor.
Frighten people and make life
cheap and burdensome; for a
time, such things may work. Too
much of this may confer upon the
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THE SOUTHERN JEWISH WEEKLY
oppressed the courage of despair
to revolt.
The tyrant says, “lest these
people grow strong.” And the in
articulate voice of the oppressed
says: “the more oppressed, the
more strong they became in num
bers.” The tyrant respects force;
he must be made to know a force
superior to his own. “God said to
Moses: now you will see what Ido
to Pharoah; he shall find a strong
hand turned against him (that is,
he will face a force superior to
any he has used).”
Into such a society came Moses,
deliberately siding with the weak
and oppressed, articulating the j
hopes of the enslaved for weak
and oppressed, articulating the
hopes of the enslaved for freedom
and for human consideration. Mo
ses identified himself with the
lowly and the despised, with the
social outcasts and the distressed.
Now what did Moses have to
gain by this? For himself, noth
ing. It seemed that he was throw
ing away every personal advan
tage in undertaking the task. The
cries of the suffering reached the
conscience of Moses; the groan
of the burdened and mistreated
kept pinging in his ears. Within
his breast, the divine imperative
spoke and insisted that he betake
himself to the task of champion
for those who had none. And the
memory of Moses was clear that
even in high places there were
some touched with compassion and
human concern for the suffering.
Had not a princess of Egypt
shown her compassion in bringing
a Jewish lad to the palace when
the edict of her father was that
every Jewish lad should be killed?
And there were others at court
who were not wholly pleased by
the cruel terror and force but they
could not speak or do anything,
though they might not stand in
the way. The salvation of the
group would have to come from
the group themselves and Moses
felt drawn to their assistance.
Powerful kingdoms can be main
tained for a time by cruel force.
The kingdoms pass, and the people
remain. Moses showed that people
are more powerful than any ma
chine; that human beings could
defy institutions of slavery and
terror. The story is recurrent in
human history up to the very
present.
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Snow’s Paint &
Glass Co.
Glass Mirrors Paints
Certainteed Roof Cement
Tile Sheet Metal
TELEPHONE 924
409 Volusia Ave.
DAYTONA BEACH, FLA.
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“THE WORLD’S MOST FAMOUS BEACH”
Average Summer Temperature 81 Population 25,099
Development of Miami’s Jewish
Community
(Continued from Page Six)
Mrs. M. Hanes, M. Bucholtz and
two sons, Abe and Louis, A. Sa
franeck and family, Miss Rebecca
Siegle and J. M. Krank and fami
ly-
The late J. M. Frank, who met
with an accidental death, while
the town was but a few months
old, was probably the first person
who died here. Mr. Frank had
been for many years a leading
merchant in Augusta, Georgia,
whence he removed to West Palm
Beach and later to nearby Miami.
Arriving with considerable capi
tal, he opened the leading dry
goods store. The family consisted
of father, mother and six children.
The eldest son, Marcus, a boy of
fourteen, following his father’s
tragic death, joined his mother in
the management of the growing
business. A few months later,
they opened a branch store at
West Palm Beach which was man
aged by the capable youngster.
About one year later, they consol
idated the two stores and the fam
ily remained in Miami until the
outbreak of the yellow fever epi
demic, in the fall of 1899, when
they removed to Jacksonville. Two
years later, they moved to Ocala,
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£ Expert Lubrication Car Washing Specialized Sirronizing
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Gifts Souvenirs Greeting Cards
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where Marcus, with some inter
ruption when he conducted a
wholesale business in New York
City, but continued his retail store,
has been residing ever since. Mar
cus Frank is one of Ocala’s most
prominent merchants and is en
joying great popularity. He has
been honored several times with
city, county and state offices. He
represented Marion county in the
state legislature, where he had en
hanced his reputation for honesty,
integrity, and ability. He married
Annie Marcus, of Savannah, and
they have two married daughters.
His younger brother, Asher, is a
resident of Tampa.
(Continued Next Week)
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LAUNDRY
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Phone 2439
Jack L.
Robinson
INSUROR REALTOR
Phone 1330-1331
118 Volusia Ave.
DAYTONA BEACH, FLA.
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