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The Jewish Floridian ( November 23, 1934 )

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I wJewish fiend lain V 7 Ni>. I" LQ RIDAS ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1984 Price Five CenU |j e w i s h News Around the World Land Rejects Demand to Oust \|| Jewish Elementary School Teachers Uicr lengthy considI minister of education I ally rejected the deI Polish School Teach I tion for the wholesale I ,1 uf all Jewish teachers in I mentary school. A I f Polish teachers had (called on the minister several I nd insisted on the reI Jewish teachers ,n I that it is dangerous I Ji m with the educaI tian children. The I ised to grant the rethe remark that the I are not religious inI The Jewish teachers, I V, have called a national I to devise means of deI elves against the I agitation of their I [leagues and to try !o I ii appointment of those I who have already been I It is understood that nee will urge the minI lucation to reopen the I Jewish elementary school*. ad> Astor Urges Jews to Take All Children Out of Germany "If l were a Jew I |*')ulii ery child out of Ger[ %  ownups must Btay to pull the country Lady Astor, America I l and member of Parared in an address bemen's division of the Jewish relief fund. Bi: | twly attacking Nazi persecution children. Lady Astoi illy 1 cannot lead what %  to Jewish children in i ithout seeing red. I do to say a word against but I'm sore. We do not ite. If Germany is hathe is bound to suffer, ite is a poison." Five Women each paid $25 a the luncheon meeting to kar Lady Astor. d, Conn.—For the first WBe in history Connecticut's connal delegation will include the result of the re-eler i Representative Herman an of Hartford and the of William If. Citron of %  ii as congressman-atRepresentative-elect Citron ved in the state legislature Mid was clerk >f the state senato. • Wfl elected in Connecticut amuel II. Malkan of New Bawn, state senator; Nathan S P' r ". Hartford, state senator; Cohen of Fairfleld, state ntative; Max Savitt of d, state representative; "'" Tonkonow of Meriden, state "I alive, and Harry Bender Bridgeport, state representa**• Bender is CTie of the five -Socialists elect-:,| to the legislature. A (llianksiutumi PrauiT 0 Lord! when on that dreary winter's morn Mayflower anchored sale from ice and storm, Tin Pilgrims knelt, their voices rose in prayer, in peek thy guidance and protecting care. For Thou dost always hear the sincere plea That's raised in supplication unto Thee. Bj Thy omnipotent and gracious aid Thus was the bulwark of our nation laid. Those nations are no more that forget Thee. Preserve us, author of our liberty, Le songs of thanks and praise the welkin ring! We magnify Thy name, 0 God, our King. HMMtUMt(.lllHMsr Announcements MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1545 S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi Junior Hadassah Shall We Face Sponsors Dance j Jthe Issue? The fourth annual Turkey Trot, Too often are we Ploridians ored by the lunior Hadassah, will be held at the Pier, Miami oming Sunday eveS'ovember 26th. A feature of the • program, in addition oor shows and dancing, will be a dance contest which prizes will be awarded. 0 ne of the special prizes to be awarded during the evening "ill i.. ., turkey, as has been the custom during the past several year?. The proceeds are I wed for tht .lunaeHadassah work in Pal In charge of arrangements will be a committee headed by Mrs. Sol Rotfort, who has been chairman of this annual cent for the pasl several years. Others a in g her are Miss Ida Wemstca, Miss Sylvia Rayvis and Miss Ida Safer. The public is urged to attend this affair, which prom: |u ,„„. 0 f the outstanding events of the current season. Jews He Libeled Save Nazi Editor From Prison Beth David to Meet Sunday to criticize and condemn too often negligent to assume our share of the responsibility, it is an easy matter to shift the burdin to another and then • "Why, We could have done much ourselves • it was carelessness, neglect of duty that caused the failure." The annual recurrent problem of "Kashrus" once again rears its head within our midst, to assume formidable proportions which tend to engulf the community and particularly Its Rabbis in a constant stream of recrimination and vituperation. "One need.but walk along the streets of Miami Beach to see the flagrant violation of every senso of honesty and decency. Every method of duping the public from the use of the words "Jewish cooking" to the placing of the "Mogen |" upon signs and window*, the latter in direct violation of the ordinances of Miami and Miami Beach, Is in use. Trickery galore ; is begun, and in some instances | "Trcifas" are being sold to the j An important general meeting cf pub i ic in notorious defiance f M entire membership of Beth ever y rule of Jewish law and the laws of the land. Recently with the influx of a number of restaurateurs and butchthe com > t David Congregation will be held a. he Beth David Talmud Torah Ia „ nex Sunday evening, NovemHall next Sunday evening. -NovemmmllH .,. „,1 ( s tauratcurs and uuica,,,.',. 26th, beginning at K o'clock. erg ,,.,„„ out 0 f the city, preparaMl members are urged to attend j tioM ,-,„. lhl usu 0 f non-kosher thi8 Important meeting, aa a num-1 meaU an d poultry in what are; (|| projects for the benefit of BUpp08e d to be one hundred per; ,,..„..,iion and future ^ strictly kosher restaurants, Z -gregaUon and its future I Will be discuss,,!. Following the business meeting a program* entertainment will be PWffcbJJ refreshments will be served .ttt* 1 entertainment. Rn* % %  "* ba.lr n exhibition dancer., the stores and hotels, have been made. Coolers are being rented and,' need we say more? Contrary to the general opinion that this is a matter for Rabbis ballroom exhibition dancers; the ^ ^ si U( .,. t ., y be li e ve that it is Radke Sisters, acrobats; a kuUne the duty 0 f Miamians of this enshow, Mrs. Sam Resnick in voc i.^ ^^ ^ rjse up in arms and> selections and Miss Irene Iair | (Continued on PaKe 6 ) the piano, will be presented. Brooklyn, N. Y.-—William L. McLaughlin, young editor of a local German language Nazi newspaper, was saved from spending one year in jail for libeling the .lews, through the pleas of Samuel Untcrmycr, noted lawyer, and two Hi klyn Jewish leaders. McLaughlin is the first to be indicted in Kings County under the laws making it a crime to libel a race or religion. He pleaded guilty of publishing the libel on July 7 las:. "1 am here in a sense for the entire Jewish people, who arc constantly libelled," Mr. Untermyer said in his plea for leniency to the judge. "There was hardly a paragraph in this editorial that did not contain libel. But this defendant has been contrite and has made sweeping apology. The policy of this paper has been changed. The Jews are not a vindictive people. Over the years they have suffered much, hut are patientIn view f this man's repentance and also uf the changed attitude of this paper, I feel that the ends of justice will be met by a suspended sentence." Mr. Untermyer*! plea w is supported by appeals by former Magistrate Joseph Goldstein, whose name appeared in the editorial, and Rabbi Ixiuis D. Gross. Judge Franklin Taylor agreed to suspend execution of the sentence provided McLaughlin's paper would publish an apology for the libel and continue its changed policy, conditions to which the editor quickly agreed. Speaking before the East Midwood Jewish Center here. Supreme Court Justice Mitchell May, a Jew, urged that Jews spread the word that they bear no malice toward anyone. He cited as an example the McLaughlin case. Friday evening services begin at 6:30 o'clock. Saturday morning si i vicebegin at '.'. at which time Fred Grossberg, the son of Mr. and Mrs. LGrossberg, will he Bar Mitzva. He will recite the Ilaftoro and chant the blessings. Following a brief address by the Bar Mitzva, Rabbi Washer will speak briefly. Mincha begins at 5 p. m., followed by the Shalosh Saudah and Maariv. Sunday school meets at the V. \l. 11. A. building (very Sunday morning at m o'clock. Talmud Torah sessions meet at the Synagogue daily from •'! to •'> p. m. Plans for a Junior Congregation will be announced next week. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 1J9 S. W. Third Ave. MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Early services begin at 5:30 p. m. with the late services at 8:15, at which time Rabbi Shapiro will preach on "The Balfour Declaration—Is Herzl's Dream of a Jewish State in Palestine in the Process of Realization'.'" in recognition of the anniversary of the Balfour declaration, which will be observed this week by Jewry throughout the world. Cantor Nathan Wroobel, assisted by the choir, will chant thi services. Saturday morning services begin at 8:30, with the Junior Congregation meeting at 10:30. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach DAVID 1. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi Friday evening services begin at .">::1U, followed by the first late services of the season at 8 o'clock, when Cantor Boris Schlachmr.n will chant the services, and the first sermon of the season will be preached by Rabbi Rosenbloom on "The Struggle Within Ourselves for Idealism." Saturday morning services begin at H:30, at which time the Rabbi will speak in Yiddish on the portion of the week. Mincha services begin at 4:80 p. in. and are followed by the Shalosh Saudah, which is addressed by the Rabbi. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. E. Nineteenth St. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi Services tonight will be conducted by the Sisterhood of Temple Israel at 8:16. This Sabbath is set aside as Sisterhood Sabbath, with Mesdames I. Weinstein, Morris Plant, Joseph Williamson, Jules Pearlman and Henry Williams taking partMrs. Tobias Simon will give the sermon, "Modern Women in Israel." There will be a reception in Kaplan Hall after the services.



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ifyESBSSSHW'SSMWIRHK Pare Two THE JEWISH PLOEJDIAX Friday, November 23, ij The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau met last Monday at the Mark Store. Mrs/.. B. 1 licks, director of the federal transient bureau here, spoke. She was introduced by -Mis. Larry Fay, program chairman, who also presented Rabbi Max Shapiro, whose subject was "Charitable Organization Work in General." Mrs. Lewis Brown led in prayer and Mr.-. Charles Greenfield, president, gave an address of welcome. Mrs. L. HartZ reported that the rummage store, located at 167 N. W. Fifth st., is in need of used clothing of all kinds and contributions should be taken there. Mrs. Bertha B. Levy announced that the gymnasium class meets daily Monday through Friday at 1) a. m. at 1TT<; SW. Fifteenth st. Proceeds of this class are devoted to the work of the organization. Mrs. Gerald Lewis was elected chairman of the ways and means committee to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mrs. I'. Scheinberk. Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, executive secretary of the welfare bureau, described a number of social service cases. Mrs. Brown and Mrs. William Uhfelder were in charpe of the social hour. • • of interest to Miamians was the wedding of Miss Faye Silverman, daughter of Mr. ami Mis. Louis Silverman to Mr Harry Blumin. Tie nuptialwere solemnized in tinpresence of the immediate members of the family and friends a! the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, with Rabbi Julius Washer officiating. Miss Edith Silverman, a sister of the bride, was maid of honor and Sam Silverman, a brother of the bride, was best man. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the vestry rooms of the Synagogue. The COUple left for a honeymoon in Cuba. Upon their return they will make their' home here. *. Mrs. Rose Grossman ami daugnter-in-law. Mrs. Hilda Grossman, are the house guests of their sister and aunt, Mrs. A. Pepper. They analso being entertained by Mrs. 1. Silver, another sister and iiun'* Mrs. John Meyer is a patient at St. Francis Hospital, where she '.under observation. • Mr. and Mrs. Irving Greenbaum and mother, Rebecca Greenbaum of New York, have arrived to make their home here. • MisBeatrice A1 perl entertained recently in honor of Miss Ruth Schwartz of this city, bride-elect, with a personal shower at her home. The Alpert home was beautifully decorated for the e\cn: in a white anil green color -cheme. Bridge was played and prizes were awarded, following which delicious refreshments were served. Miss Schwartz was the recipient of very beautiful gifts, which were presented to her in a huge basket decorated in white and green. Mrs. .1. Alpert assisted her daughter ill entertaining. •* A membership campaign is being inaugurated by the Jewish Welfare Bureau under the leadership of itrecently elected president, .1. Gerald Lewis, and letters are bent out to the Jewish residentof Miami urging that they join thi' organization. Stress is being laid on the fact that unless funds are immediately raised the organization will be forced to turn! away many needy cases. There being no community chest this year, the Jewish Welfare Bureau icompelled to raise itown funds. Those who are not yet members anasked to -end their membership feeto the bureau ininn diately. Burdines Sunshine Fruits make pal a te-tickling gifts for Thanksgiving Fruit from Indian River, traditional for luscious, full flavored taste and aroma. Packed attractively to ship at a moment's notice to Northern friends. Shipments in 1 sizes from 1.50. (Price includes expressage.) Tropical Fruit Preserves, assorted boxes from 1.20 doz. Cryntallized Fruit g ift boxed. 1,2, 3, 5 lbs. 1.00 lb. nURDINE' si ;;l II I LOOK Making its initial bow to the public this Saturday is the New Vork Kosher Delicatessen Restaurant at 111 Biscay ne st.. Miami Beach. Operated by Mr. and .Mis. S \\. (Hin of Kockaway Park, N. ^ ., who have been associated ii: this business for the past twentyfour year.-, only strictly Kosher Hebrew National meat products will be handled. The firm is the exclusive wholesale agent for this nationally known concern in this area. I Ionic cooked foods will be served and only reasonable prices will be charged. In reopening for the current winter season, its tenth consecutive season, the Sunshine Kosher Market ha.been completely renovated and the finest of fixtures installed. Because of the fact that it is under new management, a complete new and fresh stock of the finest fancy groceries, canned goods, dried fruits, strictly kosher delicatessen and dairy foods has been provided for the public. Appetizerfrom all parts of the world, strictly fresh smoked fish from the North and all kinds of delicacies will be carried. Irvin Gordon and Harold Pont, who operate the grocery and delicate-sen department, have had lonj: years of experience in this line, having been associated with other large delicatessen stores in the South for the past six years. An established policy of providing the finest for the customers at the most reasonable prices and giving service a: all times will be followed. In charge of the kosher meats and poultry department is the well known butcher, Philip Homer, who carries the distinction of being; the j oldest continual local butcher. With him will be associated the well known meat purveyor, Jacob Werner, who is well and favorab.y known in Florida. A complete stock of the finest Western and Northern killed beef, veal and lamb will be provided at low prices to the consumer, with the assurance of strict kashrus at all times. The vegetable and fruit department wiH carry a line of strictly fresh vegetables and the choicest of fruits for the table at all times and carrying the finest of fancy fruits for shipping, all at very reasonable prices. This department has established a splendid reputation for -ervice for the past seven, i year-. In short, the customer will be provided with the facility of purchasing everything for the table at the most reasonable cos, amidst the finest of sanitary surroundings. A meeting of the Hebrew Friendly Inn will be held early next week to finally determine the future of the organization. • A meeting of the Miami chap ter of the National Council of Jewish Wonic n will be held next Wednesday, November 28th, it which time important business of the organization will be discussed. A benefit bridge for Beth Jacob Sisterhood will be held at the London Amis Hotel on Monday after noon, December 3rd, full details of which will be announced in our next issue. # 4 Announcing last week, A. Prank Katzentine, mayor of Miami Beach for the past two years, is making a vigorous campaign for re-elec tion to the office. Only thirty two years old, he has had a distinguished public career, having served as municipal judge of the Beach for several years, during which incumbency he gained favorable comment for his courage, sending Ralph Capone, a member of the notorious family, to jail; serving as treasurer of the Dado County Bar Association for several years, and one of the founders of the Junior Chamber of Commerce of Miami Beach. As mayor of Miami Beach he has made the office of mayor one of real good to the community by helping to accomplish the installation of police radio cars, completion of the public library, new parks, led in deeper harbor movements and otherwise worked to help advance the cause of the municipality. His friends urge his record of achievements as the reason for his rei lection. Mr. Benjamin Shapiro and MisHelen Shapiro of New York City are visiting their brother and sister-in-law, Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro of Beth David Congregation. A surprise birthday giv< II last Friday night for .11 Helen Schiff by her mother .\[j Jacob Schiff, at their home. I)il ing the evening dancing and i?an were enjoyed. At a late hour licious refreshments w< e .-en-] Those present were: Lillian man, Blanche Seliirman. I %  | UT %  ner, .leanette Kronenfeld, H e J Schiff, Molly Engler, Mar] Freed, Helen Simons, .loin, Kro enfeld, Saul Schiff, Bern:, Mji| anil Hoy Mechlowitz. OPENING FOR THE SFAHO^ Saturday, November 2] NEW YORK Kosher Delicatessen Restaurant 144 Biscay ne St. MIAMI BEACH Everything in Home-Cooked Foods EXCLUSIVE AGE NTs FOR THE STRICTLY KOSHER HEBREW NATIONAL DELICATES-KX PRODUCTS. "A Trial Will Convince Y nil" A TORGSIN ORDER will enable your relatives in the U.S.S.R. to buy heavy clothing, shoes, underwear, food :-:ls. household utensils, tobaccos and countless o'her domestic or imported articles. These giRs will doubly valued with the oncoming of the Russian winter. Prices compare favorably U ith those in America cixiOAi MK>iT iri vt -u-Sjk For Torgiln orders %  t AM10RG. 261 Fifth Avt. N.Y. tec your local bank or authorlxed .1.' A. LUSTGARTEN, M. D. Announces the Removal to His New Residence 1527 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH Phone ".-3985 For Variety in Bread Use NEW YORK PRODUCTS •JTOB YOUR VOTE And Support of E.H. Griffith for CITY COUNCIL Miami Beach Will Be Greatly Appreciated (Paid Political ,\.u



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Friday November 28, 1984 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHED lAKin i Kin n by th. JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO P. i). Boa L"J7:I y„. Tower Bldg. Miami, Fla. \ EMBER 23, 1934 Vol. 7—No. IT Sl.f 12.0. •*?• m The Final Authority The most important business before the forthcoming annual convention of the Amateur Athletic Union in Miami will be the question of the 1938 Olympic (James. A1 its last convention, in Pittsburgh, the A. A. I unanimous!) adopted a resolution declaring that it would not cerlifj an) American athletes tor the 1936 Olympiad at Berlin "until and unless the position of the German Olympic Committee, of the organizing committee of Berlin and of the German government is so changed in tact as well as in theorj as i.p loth permit and encourage German athletes of Jewish faith or heritage to train, prepare for and participate in the Olympic Games of 1936." Immediate!) alter the adoption of this resolution, a resolution of similar intent, but couched in milder language, aa voted bj (he American Olympic Committee. In addition the committee authorized its president. Aver) Brundage, lo JO to German) and investigate the situation there and to acit|it HI reject Germany's invitation to the games. Mr. Brundage declined to assume responsibility for the decision, but on the basis of his report the executive board "Mil. American Olympic Committee accepted the invitation. The general impression that the Olympic Committee's acceptance is final is erroneous. 'Ihe committee may have accepted the invitation, but if the A. A. I. refuses to certify athletes for the Olympics the acceptance is not worth the Paper it is written on. In other words, the A. A. I. will have ihe last word. Il is not possible to foretell what the A. A. I convention Will do this year, but unless the attitude of the delegates has undergone an amazing change, there is no doubt that the decision of the Pittsburgh convention will be reindorsed. That, in effect, will mean a rebuke to the American Olympic Committee, which will be forced to withdraw its acceptance. Refusal of the United States to participate in the 193ft Olympic games would unquestionably oblige the International Olympic Committee to shift the games from Berlin touonu other city. of Mrs, Marx Baker, is employing a ry\ variety of methodi to enroll the i imen of Jacksonville n the ranks of Hadassah. 'I he local chapter is eager to be a winner in the country-wide membership competition. A first prize nd a second prize of S50 ie (riven to the chapters ob ih.' highest proportionate of n.-w members. Among the local events to be held in connection with the drive will lie "Hadassah Sabbath," at %  I ime services at the .lew ish i enter Friday night, November 30, Rabbi M. D. Margolis in the pulpit, will he dedicated to Ha.. and also Saturday murnii i mber I. at the Jewish Temple, with Rabbi Israel I.. Kaplan. I'll, annual membership tea. in honor of tte.se whii have paid their dui w.iWednesday afternoon in the home of Mr.-. Jack Rosenberg. Mr II. Gendzier, program chairman, presented Mrs. Hen Stein, president of the local chapwho gave a short address of welcome and spoke <.f the work of I ladassah. Mrs, Sam Weiss, past president, a -hurt talk, and Mrs. 1. I.. Kaplan gave two readings, "The Boor," by Anton Chekov, and the story of the "Moonlight Sonata." Sense and Non-Sense If We Must Die "If we must die let it not ho like hogs Hunted and penned iii an inglorious spot, While round us hark the mad and hungry dogs, Making their mock at our accursed lot. If we mu-t die oh, let u nobly die, So that our precious blood may not be shed In vain; then even the monsters we defy Shall be constrained to honor Us though dead! Oh, kinsmen! We inti.-l meet the common foe. Though far outnumbered, let us still be brave, And for their thousand blows deal one death-blow! What though before us lies the open grave'.' Like men we'll face the murd-rous, cowardly pack, Q Pressed to the wall, dying, but fighting back!" Lawyer My client wants a million dollardamages. Railroad Adjuster—For what? Lawyer—Dislocated vertelirae, ruptured liver, fractured hip and marrying his nurse. Manager—] understand the boss married his stenographer. chief Yes; he thought that after they were married he could dictate to her the same as when she waa his stenographer. A psychologist says parents should tell their family secrets .o I he children. But why go to the trouble? The children will learn ihem from the neighbors' children soon enough. "One person is murdered in the United Stateevery lo minutes."— Crime statistic. He must feel pretty well fagged out by the end U a long day. Sleight-of-Hand Man—I will now proceed to take a dozen fresh eggs from this little shaver's mouth. I In Kid'Ma Keep your mouth -hut, Patsy. If you've all thim eggs in your mouth, don't you dare open it till I get you home. The flea a dog may bite And not again be bitten; The bee a hull may smite And yet escape unsmitten. For stronger foes are put to flight By enemies too small to fight. Jacksonville News ^ r of interesting activbeen planned for the ire for members and i the Temple Sisterhood. v nnovation in the way of • arranged by Ml I in, ways and meaii"wirman of the organisation, In form of simultaneous neigh: parties, which were held benefit of the Sisterhood .• At that time various "embers of the organization held • the nature of which was by the hostess, in ther "*" homes, tO which Sisterhood 'ho live ill their neigh 1 were invite,!. While most l1 "' affairwere card parties, a itured other entertainment, l P'ize, a lovely Belgian Mrs. Harry I'inkel-tein entertained last Wednesday evening in her home. 925 Margaret st., for nefit of Circle No. .'i of the Temple Sisterhood, of which she is .-, mi mber. Circle No. 3, with Mrs. Arthur Meyerson as chairman, is the brilliant formal [lance which will be held on Wednesday evening, December ">, in the ballroom of the Caring II •Lei, and the party was to provide for the music for the dance. Contract bridge formed the central interest of the evening, and for tho not playing bridge other entertainment was provided. following the game-, a tempi-! ing refreshment course was served. Mr. and Mrs. M. J Greenblatt entertained with a delightful bufnner and bridge party Sun daj evening in their home In the Brunni II Apartments. The roomwere decorated attractively with a profusion of autumn flower-. Ill the living room artistic arrangements of poinsettias were Used for adornment, while in the dining room the yellow and grei n color motif was carried "in entirely. 'I'll,, beautifully appointed dining room table, on which the Orlando Notes A meeting of the 101 Club was hi Id at the home of Miss Gertrude HaimowitZ. Three newly-elected members, Lucille Baker, .lack Kam enoff and Sigmond Zigoren, were initiated with Mr-. Jacob Miller and Mrs. S. Schwartz as hostesses. There will be refreshments and a prize lor each table. Mis. II. Kottelman entertained with a bridge recently at her home. Mr. A. II. Soowal celebrated his birthday recently. (iuests participated in a wiener roast. Miss Marjorie Frankel was en tertained recently by her mother on her 13th birthday. Among the guests present were: Nathan < 0hen of Bradford, I'll.; Mr. and Mrs. (i. I'tic,Hands and sons of Maitland. Mr. and Mrs. -l. Merton and daughter, Naomi, returned to Orlando after a month'stay ill Tampa. They will leave for New York soon. There will he a Coffee Klatseh and Entertainment on Thank-giving night, November 29th, at 0 o'clock, at '.121 9th St., No., to be given by the Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid Society of Congregation B'nai l-rael. Also a surprise feature which everyone will enjoy. All touristare welcome. Kaddish MrJoe Witteiistein, student at Florida University, spent the week end with hiparents here. Friday night services were held Rothschild's Sons Say 'twice Daily Paris Carrying on the 150year-old Rothschild tradition of; Orthodoxy, Baron Maurice and lames de Rothschild, the two sons of the hit, Baron Kdmond de Rothschild, are Baying kaddish twice daily in the Paris home of the Rothschild family. Twice each day a specially selected minyan meets in the Rothschild palace and Maurice and James say the prayers for the dead. Arrangements lor the minyan were made by Chief Kahhi Israel Levi. Among the members of the minyan are Isaac Naiditch, noted Russian Zionist, who has lived in Paris for ten years and was an intimate of Baron Rothschild. Baltimore -Baltimore will be luncheon set, was offered by the Sisterhood, and was competed for by those attending ea, h affair. It planned to hold affairs in the evening for mi i those women who are in bus hut the date for 'I"' -'veiling par ties has been changed, because i I „ ning concert of tin Civic ition, whuh i ihursdaj evening. The date for this event will be announced later. 0 „ f the busiest organisations %  wn is the Senior Had Chapter, the Women's Zionist Or,tion of America, which IS eng aged in a concentrated memben.hip campaign ... culminate tn December l. designated as Hadassah Sabbath." With the slogan, .. Everl Jewish Woman Ha. a Place adassah." the campaign committee, under the chairmanship tempting buffet dinner was spread, B t Cong. Ohev Sholem, conduct..! was overlaid with an Italian cutD y the 101 Club. Rev. B. Safer u ,,rk cloth, and had as its centerke ,„, ..,,„„,,, ,,,',," K ,.freshrepresented by seven Jews in he .,„,.,. a crystal bowl holding a lm ,, t> W( „. ,,,. v ,,| [„ the vestry '• *' %  %  *• legislature, six In the arrangement of tiny yellow ,. ,„ :lf ,„. Mrv j ce ., house of represent.,v,s and one Mrs. M. Witteiistein was recently elected president of the and white chrysailtheiuunis. Flanking the centerpiece were slender .. reen taperin crystal candelabra. Following the dinner, tables Pair Villa P.-T. A. were arranged for bridge, and contract was enjoyed until a late hour. in the -enate. The winning representatives are L. F. Apfel, Meyer Cardin, Leon Abramson, David Ma, r, Jacob Blum and Emanu -1 Gorfine. Melvin I.. Fine replaced Milton Altfeld in the senate. Junior Hadassah sponsored a Bowery Party in the home ,>f Mrs. lla-kel Zimmerman and Miss Minnie Selber last Wednesday night. Prizes were awarded for the best costumes. The membership chairmen. Miss Kate Bandrimer and Miss Florence Cohen, were in charge. Miss Esther Blattner, refreshments chairman, and hi r committ,.,. served refreshments. This affair was for paid-up member.-. St. Petersburg Notes Cleveland— Ralph Hertz was one if the three common pleas court judges electee! in Tuesday's voting here. Sydney Hesse was elected Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld will speak tl) t h,. state assembly and Dr. Sam"Tolerance and Justice" at the U( .| u Gerber won election as corner of Cuyahoga county. services tonight at 8 o'clock at Congregation B'nai Israel, 921 9th St.. No. All tourists are cordially invited. ( incinnati Murray Seasongood, former mayor of Cincinnati, was elected one of the members of the The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid new home rule commission. The Society is sponsoring a card party only other Jew elected in Cincinthis Sunday evening, November 25, nati was Albert Mayer, who won at 8 o'clock, in the auditorium of a seat in the state house of reptile Synagogue, 921 9th st., No-, j resentatives.



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Page Four THE JEWISH FI.ORID1AN Friday, November 23, 1934 9 i i c J I JUaMo #muuuu\ HUilletin Edited by RABBI S. H. MACHTE1 Found*r uml Director, Radio Sytwffoff <•( America SUNDAY MORNINGS WjOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA Vol. IV. Sl'NDAY. NOVEMBER 1H. 1934 No. 49 "Youth Complains" Scripture Reading, Ecclesiastes, Chapter III, Versea in. Inclusive. I consider myself a link between the old generation and the new. As a link I must bear the pull and the strain from either direction and from both. It is not always easy. I dare nol permit myself to breakI must nol be elastic to permit the gap between tinold and the new to be enlarged. As distasteful and as trying as the ordeal often is, being pulled hither and thither, I cannot slip out from between, nor am I permitted to lend my weight to one Bide or to the other. I am the bond which binds the younger Reneration to their forefathers. The greatest strain comes from the youth which tries to sever its ties. Youth is. as youth should be, inquisitive and rebellious. It refuses to take for granted those things which age accepts without question or doubt. Recently a young man gave me his reasons for absenting himself from synagogue services. His complaint, I believe, is expressive ol the dissatisfaction felt by many in the ranks of the younger generation of Jew.-. And. as youth has so much in common, it may be that the thinking youth within the ranks of other faiths offers like arguments for its disinterestedness in things religious. The outstanding thought in the complaint recited before me was that the older generation and the religious leaders and preachers are too presumptuous, are too certain and definite, In their threatof punishment, In their offers ol reward, in their convictions that they, and they alone, are following the desired path and hold the key to the gates of Salvation. With this thought in mind i nave -elected the verses for today's scripture reading which I read just befon the sermon. 1 want to stress particularly the closing phrase in the eleventh verse of the third chapter of Kcclesiaste. "so that no man can find out the work that God maketh from the beginning to the end." The really pious and devout man does not saj "1 know." The best that he can do is, 'i believe." When I hear someone .-peak In positive tones of a subject whiah no I unian being ran possibly have mastered, I am reminded of the story told of an old farmer and hit sou. It appears that the son had been appointed an instructor at the college from which he had just been graduated. This young man had a very small opinion of his fath< r's learning and wisdom You see, hi had bad the benefit of ti college education, while his father had been raised on the farm. The young instructor visited his panutshortly after his appointment to the faculty of his alma mater. Seated at the table, he engaged In a discussion with his father a discussion which soon became a debate. The son. with all the fire of his youth ami the pride of his position, ued his father that he knew whereof he spoke. Furthermore, he rdded, "Dad, I'd be ashamed if. when I reached your age, I didn't know more than you know." To which the old fanner, without hesi tation, replied, "Son. I'll be proud of you if, when you're as old as 1 am. you'll know as much ayou think you know now." I often feel that many religious leaders and lay leaders could well profit from such advice. The certainty with which they discuss the unknowable, the definiteness with which they speak of theories, and the positiveness with which they endow their remarks about religious dogma, tempts me to say to them. "I wish that when you have crossed lite barrier and are face to face with the Truth, you may be as positive about it as you now are."' Whatever else youth may offeras objections, in this complaint it is justified—that religious teachers and preachers, that the older generation of laymen, are presumptuous when they speak with such air of profundity and certainty of sin. reward and punishment, of life after death, of heaven and hell, and of the many other purely creedal and dogmatic theories which have yet to bo proven. Youth does not refute, it merely quest.on-. It is willing to accept on faith those things which have their foundation in faith, but, it does not want to have (rammed down its throat agospel and unchallengeable truth theories and theologies which time will prove false, or, at best, distorted. J join in this with youth, and I ask. "By what right does any individual or group in a community or nation set itself up as the sol • fountainhead of truth'.'" Mas the generation now in control! made so -ignal a success of life on this earth that it can qualify as an authority? Is the social, economic, legislative or spiritual plane on so high a level, a.a result of the practices of present day leadership by the uldo< generation, that it can boastfully point to its accomplishments and say to the youth, "You must do as I -ay because I have followed this course and have succeeded. My theories arc proven tried and proven"? Would it not be wiser, and nearer the truth, for the leaders of the present to say to the youth who must succeed them, "Avoid folltwing in our footstep-, for we have made a dismal failure. We have lived in error and have been criminally neglectful of our fellow men, and derelict in the responsibilities entrusted to us"? Ey what stretch of the imagination can the oldergeneration lay claim to deserved praise 1 None, unless it be that the human family has not entirely been debased ami debauched by those who thought only of themselves, their greed and their profit. It is a fine heritage that they pass on to the youth who must now bear the burden of responsibilities! A fine heritage, indeed! And they presume to guide youth. But, as the link between the past and the future, I must say this in defense of the older generation: that the mass of the people are innocent of any wrongdoing—unless it be the guilt of permitting themselves to be led blindly, passively, without questioning or investigation. Youth, our present youth and our future generation, has the courage to challenge and to qestion, to experiment and to try. Theirs is tj reason why—not to do and die. In religion things are unknowable. God's wayanpast our finding outOnly fools or blackguards speak with surety of the obviously uncertain. Youth understands that. However, in the experiences of pract cal life, in the problems that bearon human welfare, in the intercourse between men, in social, economic, legislative and moral realms there arc tried and proven rules; there are established precenot.whab have survived the experimental Btage, whose values ca.1 be -yi.ibolized in definite formulas. In these there is no longer any gues-work: in fact, there habeen none for counties.generations. Oil -ilaws of social justice, of moral rectitude, of economic stabilitynave been handed down traditionally and reduced to writing in sacred volumes for ourguidance. Why is it that preachers insist on talking ot tin uncertain, of the improvable, of hypotheses, of the ephemeral, as if they were the essential, the vital, the lasting? Why do they Ign ire the problems of everyday life which interest the youth, the thinking anil questioning youth? Is it because, in touching on th-.Vital, the social and economic problems of our day, they may step on the |ct corns of active iay members who arc large contributors, bu. Who violate all rules of justice and equity? Youth asks these questions. Youth complains and registers its lisappointments. It insists on an answer. A shrug of one's shoulders is no adequate answer. A knowing wink and a nodding head is no adequate reply. There must be a fearless voice and constructive action. Youth no longer lay.claim to "knowing it all." It goes further. It doubts that age knowit ail. It resents the insult to us intelligence by those who speak with unwarranted authority. It wants honesty. If an admission id' ignorance or a confession of error and failure is the tiuth. it demands it. It dreads the possibility of repeating tie mistakes of its elders with the resultant dire consequences. It can profit only from frankness and honest replies to its queriesThey should be given. It may hurt our pride to admit our mistakes and OU1 deliberate wrongdoing, but if we love our youth, our flesh and blood, we want to -panthem. We want them to avoid tin suffering which fell to our lot. Our only course is honesty. Let us meet the %  omplaint of youth with frankness. Let us admit our ignorance i [ lion'way. Let US counsel them to follow a course of conduct as presi tibed in sacred teachings. Hut, in matters of faith, let their own faith guide them. AdalU Ms—CklMrai l %  U,i OffU* (>i.. :U F. M. •udai Sunday-Monday. Nov. 25-26 WILL ROGERS STEP IN I ETC HIT David 1 lanmi FOR FRESH HOMES FOR SALE or KENT In All Sectlou f Hliai PRICED REASONABLY Dade County Security Co. 117 N. E. First A.i. P* SEA FOODS STOP AT CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Our Fish are the freshest — Caught by our own boats dailv If it Is Sea Food, we have it at Its very best, and at attractively low prices. 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Friday. November 23, 1934 Rabbin be held in Tan burg d ""ber.will by Rabl Ad dem Mrs. R Dr. Kaplan's class in Jewish tory. The Feast „f Channukah, of Lfghl begins thi irdaj ew ning, December %  Candles and candle holders may be had at the Temple the follower and children arc ...., a 11 %  %  l "" '"' parents, Mr. and Mi Cl ai i Brown. Mr. Moe Hai V( „ k and .Miami arrived h< '" join his fan spend the Bummer season here last week and they will Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Beskind ; "' ( be ng congratulated on the birth of a baby son at the St. Francis Hospital last Wednesday morning. Senator and Mr-. Harry ). vin of Baltimore arrived here Mr8 '• '•• will leave toWednesday in tinparty of GovIf to visit her daughter, Ethel, e !" or-Elect Hairy w. .Nice ,,f ai the Florida Sta Women al Tallaha i Homecoming W for for the jQCICTY i; lavid Sisterhood held a m \\ attended meeting of its membership following a luncheon meetIpg ,,f • board last Wednesday at lll( Ta Mind Torah Hall. A! the | unc h, Me-dames I.. Mart/, and Harrj Oliphant were the hostc plans announced at the general ... i re: A food sale to be yld : i Wednesday, November n the Seybold Arcade at Palmer'! Shoe Store. Mrs. J. Enler will be in charge and the public is a ked to patronize th'i ev< nt. During Chanuka week the children of the Talmud Torah Sunday under the direction of Mrs. Harrj oliphant, will be presented in an annual Chanuka play, to which the public is invited. Full detail"ill appear next weekOn evening, December 12, d will sponsor a card partj al th Talmud Torah Hall with Mesdames S. Greif and II. UechlowitZ as the hostesses. On Sunday evening, January l.'ith. the lod will present a number of well known Yiddish actors in IJ at the Talmud Torah H ill. '.MI. -iwill address the meeting. E. II Griffith, manager of the Following the busin< on and Willian Penn Hotel, is making an addresses a social hour will he intensivi campaign for election to "I"'" 1 : ""' refreshments will he the nt'. council of Miami Beach. II. evidencing his knowledge of the conditions affecting the welT, ""l' ; f '<"' local Boj Scouts |lhiv ia ., ,|,ree-act comedy, and far. this growing community by |,( k al Kaplan Hall.l^jj pre8en j several dramatic arturging constructs legislation to ''•"" ""' U8 al jists in the principal roles. Mrs. protect -he city. The proper regbusiness transacted, Ai interest Qpal Eduard Motter of the Uniulation if the apartment and hoi"R report on the current issw of v ,.,,i, v „, %  Miami tel l':i ness so as to accomplish Bov s Life waa Presented by Berp i ay for the city's interests, nard Mi,ler A ""' ; officers'] the development of the police decouncil mating was held and the 1 partment to the highest point of regular monthly meeting wa 1 so ato protect the res''"' Sundaj nighl al i D. At the and the great number of ''"''"' p atrol Leaders' Conference, ;il g ,,'dock in the home of Mrs. tourist and the installation of a "' ii; l; lin %  %  Solomon, IL'I N. W. nth ave., complete sewerage system are' 8 '* ""embers of the troop, Charles when "Captain Nicholas," by Hugh among the constructive measures Sa,er Rov Mechlowitz and Elmer W'alpole, will he reviewed by Mrs. urged by Mr. Griffith. Aiding him SP** 101. Peritz Scheinberg and j. SametThe current topic will in hi ampaign are a large num' J h Kronenfeld attended. New be discussed by Mrs. Charles Foldmembers applying were Arnold and Edward .Newman of Atlantic City, and Melvin Wcinkle. Page Five Tininitial meeting for tie ganization of a Y mng Women's Hebri I it;,,,, f 0 r this an .i "ill he held i.e. Mondaj night, November 26th, beginning at 8 o'clock at the clubrooms of the V M. II. A.. 16th ave. and 5th ecn begun for Junior Hadas-ah's second annual play. "On the Hiring Line" (Harvey O'Higgin and Harriet Ford), which will he presented Monday i vening, December 10th. Miss Heady Goldenblank is general chairman of arrangements. The welfare committee of the local chapter. Plans for the establishment of a B'nai B'rith Lodge in Miami t:> succeed the now defunct organization will he announced in these columns shortly. Recently one .1' the officers of District Grand Lodge No. a was a visitor in Miami and determined on the establishment of a new lodge. A symposium in which Orthodox, Conservative and Reform Jewry will he expounded will be held at Temple Israel on Tuesday, December 18th, under the sponsorship of the local Rabbis. Rabbi Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan will speak for Reform Jewry; Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak for Conservative Jewry, and the spokesman for Orthodox Jewry will be announced later. This is the first of a series of cultural events which will be held during the winter season. Awe go to press the annual banquet of the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association is being held at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall. A full account of the affair will appear in our next issue. The Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will resume its late Friday night ser.vices with a special Chanuka program on Fridayevening. December Cth. Full details of the program will be announced in our next issue. The annual Chanuka card party of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held at the Young Men's Hebrew Association clubrooms on Sunday evening, December 9th, beginning at 8 p. m. Regular Chanuka "latkes" will be served in addition to a plate luncheon. Prizes will be awarded for high scores. Mrs. Jack Hirsch, who was operated on at the Victoria Hospital recently, is now convalescing at her home. AMBULANCE SERVICE AHERN FUNERAL HOMF FRANCIS AHERN, Pres. L349 West Flagler Street Telephone 2-2211 i cut SANITARY LINEN SUPPLY Phone 2-nm IIKNKV MILLER MKI*. I.inen Supply I)<*pt. DEWEY LAl'NDRY IL'fc TAMIAMI TRAIL White Oak Leather HALF SOLES 50c LADIES' HEELS 15c Atlantic Shoe Shop 14* N. E. First Aram Opp. CorUi Hotel directing the jiiiiiHiitiHiiiiimiHiiiimimiiiinmimii in,. .11 imiiiti ini.iiiiiiiiiiiii.iiiiiii.iin.i 1.1111 in in 1 A regular meeting of the Booksin-Brief Club will be held next Monday evening, November 2' DIMM I HKND YOUR LAUNDRY TO THE HOME SERVICE Laundry <>Y II. TUBNEB. Cnt. ll 8. w. Ilk St. Paaa* I MM "BCAI.L FOR AND DEI.IVB To Be Certain of Kashrus Kuv al %  mini minium ii Minn'. v. UN' IN JACKSONVILLE EAT AT Segal's Kosher Restaurant B07 LAURA ST. "'i i' Cohen Bros. Dept. Store) OPEN ALX HOURS """""" Minn II i nun it." The Hest There In "EW YORK PUMPERNICKEL Th. MALTER'S Kosher Meat and Poultry Department of Schiffs Kosher Market & Delicatessen 618 Collins Ave.. Miami Reach Where MR. H. HUTTNER •hTmidi" (named by Rabbi David I. Rosenbl „f Beth Jacob Conn.) A. FRANK RATZENTINE AS Mayor of Miami Reach HAS ACHIEVED AN UNEQUALED RECORD OF PROGRESSIVE ADMINISTRATION FOR THE PEOPLE OF MIAMI BEACH His accomplishments include, among other things, the saving of improved property owners from a 4"', assessment boost, installation of police radio tars, bringing New York Giants to Miami Beach, completion of the public library building, establishment of the "Foreign Legion," sponsoring new parks, leading in move for deeper harbor. Hr has worked ceaselessly to build up Miami Beach in every way. He has really made the office of Mayor a vital one. NOTE FOR A. Frank Katzentine December 18th (Paid Political Adv.) (Paid for by Katsentine Campaign Committee i is N CONSTANT SUPERVISION Phone 5-8751 \,„, Your Order. Will Be Delivered ~&kjg 123.1 S \\ KKJHTH ST PHONE 2-7529 The Hest in Groceries, Moats, Fruits and Vegetable!



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Pace Six THB JEWISH FLOKIDIAN Friday, November 23, 1934 60CHTY Emunah Chapter, 0. E. S., will hold its first Quota Banquet next Monday evening, November 26th, at the Alcazar Hotel, with a program of gala entertainment provided for the guests. Only those members who have made their quota for the year and their escorts will be permitted to attend. Among those who have been invited are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mank, Mr. and Mrs. Walter II. Combs, sr., Mr. and Mrs. Claudia Christian, Mr. Edward Rickard, Mrs Vivian Gross, Miss Pearl Williams, Mrs. Ruth Speights, Mrs. Helen Colgrove. Mrs. Ellen Deer, Mrs. Mildred Hindman, Mrs. Lena David, Miss Jefferson Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bather, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Simon, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green, Mrs. Lena Alpert, Mr. and Mr.-. Myer Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Somberg, Dr. and Mrs. T.ionard Finn. Mrand Mrs. Morris B. Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney II. Palmer, Mr. ami Mrs. M. Bernstein. Dr. and Mrs. Charks Beckwitt, Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Fine, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskenazi, Mr. and Mrs. .lack Pallott, Mr. and -Mrs .lack Schwartz, Mi-, and Mrs. Joseph Greenberg, Mr. and Mrs. M. ROBenstock, Miss Ida Engler. Mis. Minnie Engler, Mr. and Mrs. Marks, Miss Josephine Lobazine, Miss Kat, Sheehan, Mr. and Mrs. A. I Mr. and Mrs. Morris per, Mr. anil Mrs. Ml Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Kuperberg, Miss Bertha Mendelson, Miss Mary Barber, Miss Ida Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs Nathan Adelman, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Fine and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Albert. With Beery in the notable cast appear Leo Carillo, Fay Wray, Donald Cook, Stuart Erwin, George E. Stone, Joseph Schildkraut, Katherine De Mille, Phillip Cooper, Frank Puglia, Henry B. Walthail, David Durand, Francis X. Bushman, Jr., Adrian Rosley and Henry Armetta. The picture was directed by Jack Conway. •Viva Villa!" Metro-GoldwnMayer's spectacular story which opens Sunday at the Tivuli Tlu-a:.<-rally classed among the great screen masterpiecei ol all time Filmed largely in Mexico, with e Beery as the star and with an exceptional supporting ast, "V va Villa!" has < merged as one uf the truly great productions .wars. Fox Film's latest release, "David Harum," starring Will Rogers, will make its appearance on the screen of the Seventh Avenue Thcm Sunday. Its typical American theme deals with a shrewd horse trader. Because of the eoldiii ss with which he barters, and his uncanny method "f outwitting people in business dealings, his reputation is mine too good in the -mall town in which he lives. Tli. large cast in support of Will Rogers displays an array <>f impressive names that include Louise Dresser, Evelyn Venable, Kent Taylor, Stepin Fetchit, Noah Beery, Roger Imhof, Frank Melton, Charles Middleton, Sarah Padd< ii and Lillian Stuart. RADIO SYINAGUG Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and director of the Radio Synagog, will preach over station WIOD at nine o'clock on Sunday morning on "Gratitude and Receptivity." The sermon will be dedicated to Thanksgiving day. There also will be prayers, music, Bcrip'ure reading and a question box. SHALL WE FACE THE ISSUE? (Continued from Page 1) once and for all, drive these racketeers, for that is all that they are, from our midst. Miami and Miami Beach bear too clean a name to permit racketeering of any form to exist, and if any more nernicious form of racketeering that this ••trcifah-kosher" racket exists, we have yet to discover the answer. The issue is ours to solveIt is the duty of the men and women of this community who are paying for the privilege of obtaining kosher meats and poultry, who are paying for kosher foods at hotels and restaurants, oner and lor all to MAKE CERTAIN THAT THEY ARE GETTING WHAT THEY ARE PAYING FOR. We don't believe this is a matter for the tourists for the few winter months ... it is a matter of cleaning up the Augean stables once and for till. We believe it can In. done We urge that a few energetic and courageous men get together at once. Let an organization Vie formed incorporate, if necessary, and then proceed to business. Of course, the Rabbis should be consulted and they will be in every matter of a religious nature The laws of Jewry in these mat ters, nay, the simple iaw of th? land should be definitely and emphatically enforced ... If it involves the prosecution of some to cure the evil, let this be fearlessly and courageously done • Shall we face the issue '.' 8kW( It4| ..* I:M P.M. 2r till 1:3a—Eveninc I5c Matincea Satarday %  %  Sanaa; Continuous 2 to 11 Sunday-Monday, Nov. 25-26 WALLACE BEERY PAY WRAY Viva Villa .'tWIH lit mt IIHIIMII i iHi ELECTRIC RE IK ITERATORS The Greatest Institution of Laundering and Dry Cleaning in the South %*&£* Phone 2-5111 III! 28 N. 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FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Choice fruits and vegetables, fresh from the groves and gardens daily. A complete assortment to enable the housewife to make her choice with ease. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS OUR SPECIALTY Your Shopping Will He a Pleasure When You Visit the Sunshine Kosher Market 134-436-438-440 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Phone 5-3552 FREE DELIVERIES A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU Factory Reconditioned C 1() Guaranteed I (u. Ft. *P^' Also Larger Si7.es at Bargain Prices York Ref. Sales 1815 -V E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-.J712 OPEN TILL 8 P. M.


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SP'r". Hartford, state senator;
Cohen of Fairfleld, state
ntative; Max Savitt of
d, state representative;
"'" Tonkonow of Meriden, state
"I alive, and Harry Bender
* Bridgeport, state representa-
** Bender is CTie of the five
-Socialists elect-:,| to the legisla-
ture.
A (llianksiutumi PrauiT
0 Lord! when on that dreary winter's morn
Mayflower anchored sale from ice and storm,
Tin Pilgrims knelt, their voices rose in prayer,
in peek thy guidance and protecting care.
For Thou dost always hear the sincere plea
That's raised in supplication unto Thee.
Bj Thy omnipotent and gracious aid
Thus was the bulwark of our nation laid.
Those nations are no more that forget Thee.
Preserve us, author of our liberty,
Le songs of thanks and praise the welkin ring!
We magnify Thy name, 0 God, our King.
HMMtUMt(.lllHMsr
Announcements
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
Junior Hadassah Shall We Face
Sponsors Dance j Jthe Issue?
The fourth annual Turkey Trot, Too often are we Ploridians
ored by the lunior Hadassah,
will be held at the Pier, Miami
oming Sunday eve-
S'ovember 26th. A
feature of the program,
in addition oor shows and
dancing, will be a dance contest
which prizes will be awarded.
0ne of the special prizes to be
awarded during the evening "ill
i.. ., turkey, as has been the cus-
tom during the past several year?.
The proceeds are I wed for
tht. .lunae- Hadassah work in Pal
In charge of arrangements
will be a committee headed by Mrs.
Sol Rotfort, who has been chair-
man of this annual cent for the
pasl several years. Others a
ing her are Miss Ida Wemstca,
Miss Sylvia Rayvis and Miss Ida
Safer. The public is urged to at-
tend this affair, which prom:
|u. ,. 0f the outstanding events
of the current season.
Jews He Libeled
Save Nazi Editor
From Prison
Beth David to
Meet Sunday
to criticize and condemn .
too often negligent to assume our
share of the responsibility, it is
an easy matter to shift the bur-
din to another and then
"Why, We could have done much
ourselves it was care-
lessness, neglect of duty that
caused the failure."
The annual recurrent problem of
"Kashrus" once again rears its
head within our midst, to assume
formidable proportions which tend
to engulf the community and par-
ticularly Its Rabbis in a constant
stream of recrimination and vitu-
peration.
"One need.- but walk along the
streets of Miami Beach to see the
flagrant violation of every senso
of honesty and decency. Every
method of duping the public from
the use of the words "Jewish cook-
ing" to the placing of the "Mogen
|" upon signs and window*,
the latter in direct violation of the
ordinances of Miami and Miami
Beach, Is in use. Trickery galore ;
is begun, and in some instances |
"Trcifas" are being sold to the j
An important general meeting cf pubiic in notorious defiance f
M entire membership of Beth every rule of Jewish law and the
laws of the land.
Recently with the influx of a
number of restaurateurs and butch-
the com > ....... t
David Congregation will be held a.
he Beth David Talmud Torah
Ia nex, Sunday evening, Novem-
Hall next Sunday evening. -Novem- mmllH.,. ,-1(.stauratcurs and uuica-
,,,.',. 26th, beginning at K o'clock. erg ,,., out 0f the city, prepara-
Ml members are urged to attend j tioM ,-,. lhl. usu 0f non-kosher
thi8 Important meeting, aa a num-1 meaU and poultry in what are;
. (||- projects for the benefit of BUpp08ed to be one hundred per;
.......,,....,iion and future ^ strictly kosher restaurants,
Z -gregaUon and its future
I Will be discuss,,!. Following the
business meeting a program* en-
tertainment will be PWffcbJJ
refreshments will be served .ttt*
1 entertainment. Rn* "*
ba.lr.....n exhibition dancer., the
stores and hotels, have been made.
Coolers are being rented and,'
need we say more?
Contrary to the general opinion
that this is a matter for Rabbis
ballroom exhibition dancers; the ^ ^ si,U(.,.t.,y believe that it is
Radke Sisters, acrobats; a kuUne the duty 0f Miamians of this en-
show, Mrs. Sam Resnick in voc i.^ ^^ ^ rjse up in arms and>
selections and Miss Irene Iair | (Continued on PaKe 6)
the piano, will be presented.
Brooklyn, N. Y.-William L. Mc-
Laughlin, young editor of a local
German language Nazi newspaper,
was saved from spending one year
in jail for libeling the .lews,
through the pleas of Samuel Un-
tcrmycr, noted lawyer, and two
Hi.....klyn Jewish leaders. Mc-
Laughlin is the first to be indict-
ed in Kings County under the laws
making it a crime to libel a race
or religion. He pleaded guilty of
publishing the libel on July 7 las:.
"1 am here in a sense for the
entire Jewish people, who arc con-
stantly libelled," Mr. Untermyer
said in his plea for leniency to the
judge. "There was hardly a para-
graph in this editorial that did not
contain libel. But this defendant
has been contrite and has made
sweeping apology. The policy of
this paper has been changed. The
Jews are not a vindictive people.
Over the years they have suffered
much, hut are patient- In view f
this man's repentance and also
uf the changed attitude of this pa-
per, I feel that the ends of justice
will be met by a suspended sen-
tence." Mr. Untermyer*! plea w is
supported by appeals by former
Magistrate Joseph Goldstein, whose
name appeared in the editorial,
and Rabbi Ixiuis D. Gross. Judge
Franklin Taylor agreed to sus-
pend execution of the sentence
provided McLaughlin's paper would
publish an apology for the libel
and continue its changed policy,
conditions to which the editor
quickly agreed.
Speaking before the East Mid-
wood Jewish Center here. Supreme
Court Justice Mitchell May, a Jew,
urged that Jews spread the word
that they bear no malice toward
anyone. He cited as an example
the McLaughlin case.
Friday evening services begin at
6:30 o'clock. Saturday morning
si i vice- begin at '.'. at which time
Fred Grossberg, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. L- Grossberg, will he Bar
Mitzva. He will recite the Ilaf-
toro and chant the blessings. Fol-
lowing a brief address by the Bar
Mitzva, Rabbi Washer will speak
briefly. Mincha begins at 5 p. m.,
followed by the Shalosh Saudah
and Maariv.
Sunday school meets at the V.
\l. 11. A. building (very Sunday
morning at m o'clock. Talmud
Torah sessions meet at the Syna-
gogue daily from '! to '> p. m.
Plans for a Junior Congregation
will be announced next week.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
1J9 S. W. Third Ave.
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Early services begin at 5:30 p.
m. with the late services at 8:15, at
which time Rabbi Shapiro will
preach on "The Balfour Declara-
tionIs Herzl's Dream of a Jew-
ish State in Palestine in the Proc-
ess of Realization'.'" in recognition
of the anniversary of the Balfour
declaration, which will be observed
this week by Jewry throughout the
world. Cantor Nathan Wroobel,
assisted by the choir, will chant thi
services. Saturday morning serv-
ices begin at 8:30, with the Junior
Congregation meeting at 10:30.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
DAVID 1. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi
Friday evening services begin at
.">::1U, followed by the first late
services of the season at 8 o'clock,
when Cantor Boris Schlachmr.n
will chant the services, and the
first sermon of the season will be
preached by Rabbi Rosenbloom on
"The Struggle Within Ourselves
for Idealism." Saturday morning
services begin at H:30, at which
time the Rabbi will speak in Yid-
dish on the portion of the week.
Mincha services begin at 4:80 p.
in. and are followed by the Sha-
losh Saudah, which is addressed by
the Rabbi.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E. Nineteenth St.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Services tonight will be con-
ducted by the Sisterhood of Tem-
ple Israel at 8:16. This Sabbath is
set aside as Sisterhood Sabbath,
with Mesdames I. Weinstein, Mor-
ris Plant, Joseph Williamson, Jules
Pearlman and Henry Williams tak-
ing part- Mrs. Tobias Simon will
give the sermon, "Modern Wom-
en in Israel." There will be a re-
ception in Kaplan Hall after the
services.


ifyESBSSSHW'SSMWIRHK
Pare Two
THE JEWISH PLOEJDIAX
Friday, November 23, ij



The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau met last
Monday at the Mark Store. Mrs-
/.. B. 1 licks, director of the federal
transient bureau here, spoke. She
was introduced by -Mis. Larry Fay,
program chairman, who also pre-
sented Rabbi Max Shapiro, whose
subject was "Charitable Organiza-
tion Work in General." Mrs. Lew-
is Brown led in prayer and Mr.-.
Charles Greenfield, president, gave
an address of welcome.
Mrs. L. HartZ reported that the
rummage store, located at 167 N.
W. Fifth st., is in need of used
clothing of all kinds and contribu-
tions should be taken there. Mrs.
Bertha B. Levy announced that the
gymnasium class meets daily
Monday through Friday at 1) a. m.
at 1TT<; S- W. Fifteenth st. Pro-
ceeds of this class are devoted to
the work of the organization.
Mrs. Gerald Lewis was elected
chairman of the ways and means
committee to fill the vacancy
caused by the resignation of Mrs.
I'. Scheinberk. Mrs. Sadye G. Rose,
executive secretary of the welfare
bureau, described a number of so-
cial service cases.
Mrs. Brown and Mrs. William
Uhfelder were in charpe of the so-
cial hour.
*
of interest to Miamians was the
wedding of Miss Faye Silverman,
daughter of Mr. ami Mis. Louis
Silverman to Mr Harry Blumin.
Tie nuptial- were solemnized in
tin- presence of the immediate
members of the family and friends
a! the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation, with Rabbi Julius
Washer officiating. Miss Edith
Silverman, a sister of the bride,
was maid of honor and Sam Sil-
verman, a brother of the bride, was
best man. Following the cere-
mony, a reception was held in the
vestry rooms of the Synagogue.
The COUple left for a honeymoon
in Cuba. Upon their return they
will make their' home here.
* *.
Mrs. Rose Grossman ami daugn-
ter-in-law. Mrs. Hilda Grossman,
are the house guests of their sis-
ter and aunt, Mrs. A. Pepper. They
an- also being entertained by Mrs.
1. Silver, another sister and iiun'-
* *
Mrs. John Meyer is a patient at
St. Francis Hospital, where she '.-
under observation.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Greenbaum
and mother, Rebecca Greenbaum of
New York, have arrived to make
their home here.
*
Mis- Beatrice A1 perl entertained
recently in honor of Miss Ruth
Schwartz of this city, bride-elect,
with a personal shower at her
home. The Alpert home was beau-
tifully decorated for the e\cn: in
a white anil green color -cheme.
Bridge was played and prizes were
awarded, following which delicious
refreshments were served. Miss
Schwartz was the recipient of very
beautiful gifts, which were pre-
sented to her in a huge basket
decorated in white and green. Mrs.
.1. Alpert assisted her daughter ill
entertaining.
*
A membership campaign is be-
ing inaugurated by the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau under the leadership
of it- recently elected president, .1.
Gerald Lewis, and letters are be-
nt out to the Jewish resi-
dent- of Miami urging that they
join thi' organization. Stress is
being laid on the fact that unless
funds are immediately raised the
organization will be forced to turn!
away many needy cases. There
being no community chest this
year, the Jewish Welfare Bureau
i- compelled to raise it- own funds.
Those who are not yet members
an- asked to -end their member-
ship fee- to the bureau ininn
diately.
Burdines
Sunshine Fruits
make pal a te-tickling
gifts for Thanksgiving
Fruit from Indian River, traditional for lus-
cious, full flavored taste and aroma. Packed
attractively to ship at a moment's notice to
Northern friends. Shipments in 1 sizes from
1.50. (Price includes expressage.)
Tropical Fruit Preserves, as-
sorted boxes from 1.20 doz.
Cryntallized Fruit--gift
boxed. 1,2, 3, 5 lbs. 1.00 lb.
.
nURDINE' si ;;l II I LOOK
Making its initial bow to the
public this Saturday is the New
Vork Kosher Delicatessen Restau-
rant at 111 Biscay ne st.. Miami
Beach. Operated by Mr. and .Mis.
S \\. (Hin of Kockaway Park, N.
^ ., who have been associated ii:
this business for the past twenty-
four year.-, only strictly Kosher
Hebrew National meat products
will be handled. The firm is the
exclusive wholesale agent for this
nationally known concern in this
area. I Ionic cooked foods will be
served and only reasonable prices
will be charged.
* *
In reopening for the current
winter season, its tenth consecu-
tive season, the Sunshine Kosher
Market ha.- been completely reno-
vated and the finest of fixtures
installed. Because of the fact that
it is under new management, a
complete new and fresh stock of
the finest fancy groceries, canned
goods, dried fruits, strictly kosher
delicatessen and dairy foods has
been provided for the public. Ap-
petizer- from all parts of the
world, strictly fresh smoked fish
from the North and all kinds of
delicacies will be carried. Irvin
Gordon and Harold Pont, who op-
erate the grocery and delicate-sen
department, have had lonj: years
of experience in this line, having
been associated with other large
delicatessen stores in the South for
the past six years. An established
policy of providing the finest for
the customers at the most reason-
able prices and giving service a:
all times will be followed. In
charge of the kosher meats and
poultry department is the well
known butcher, Philip Homer, who
carries the distinction of being; the j
oldest continual local butcher.
With him will be associated the
well known meat purveyor, Jacob
Werner, who is well and favorab.y
known in Florida. A complete
stock of the finest Western and
Northern killed beef, veal and lamb
will be provided at low prices to
the consumer, with the assurance
of strict kashrus at all times. The
vegetable and fruit department wiH
carry a line of strictly fresh veg-
etables and the choicest of fruits
for the table at all times and car-
rying the finest of fancy fruits
for shipping, all at very reason-
able prices. This department has
established a splendid reputation
for -ervice for the past seven, i
year-. In short, the customer will
be provided with the facility of
purchasing everything for the ta-
ble at the most reasonable cos,
amidst the finest of sanitary sur-
roundings.
A meeting of the Hebrew Friend-
ly Inn will be held early next
week to finally determine the fu-
ture of the organization.

A meeting of the Miami chap
ter of the National Council of
Jewish Wonic n will be held next
Wednesday, November 28th, it
which time important business of
the organization will be discussed.
A benefit bridge for Beth Jacob
Sisterhood will be held at the Lon-
don Amis Hotel on Monday after
noon, December 3rd, full details of
which will be announced in our
next issue.
# 4 *
Announcing last week, A. Prank
Katzentine, mayor of Miami Beach
for the past two years, is making
a vigorous campaign for re-elec
tion to the office. Only thirty
two years old, he has had a dis-
tinguished public career, having
served as municipal judge of the
Beach for several years, during
which incumbency he gained favor-
able comment for his courage,
sending Ralph Capone, a member
of the notorious family, to jail;
serving as treasurer of the Dado
County Bar Association for sev-
eral years, and one of the found-
ers of the Junior Chamber of Com-
merce of Miami Beach. As mayor
of Miami Beach he has made the
office of mayor one of real good
to the community by helping to
accomplish the installation of po-
lice radio cars, completion of the
public library, new parks, led in
deeper harbor movements and oth-
erwise worked to help advance the
cause of the municipality. His
friends urge his record of achieve-
ments as the reason for his re-
i lection.
* *
Mr. Benjamin Shapiro and Mis-
Helen Shapiro of New York City
are visiting their brother and sis-
ter-in-law, Rabbi and Mrs. Max
Shapiro of Beth David Congrega-
tion.
A surprise birthday
giv< ii last Friday night for .11
Helen Schiff by her mother .\[j
Jacob Schiff, at their home. I)il
ing the evening dancing and i?an
were enjoyed. At a late hour
licious refreshments w< e .-en-]
Those present were: Lillian
man, Blanche Seliirman. I |UT
ner, .leanette Kronenfeld, HeJ
Schiff, Molly Engler, Mar]
Freed, Helen Simons, .loin, Kro
enfeld, Saul Schiff, Bern:, Mji|
anil Hoy Mechlowitz.
OPENING FOR THE sfaho^
Saturday, November 2]
NEW YORK
Kosher Delicatessen
Restaurant
144 Biscay ne St.
MIAMI BEACH
Everything in Home-Cooked
Foods
EXCLUSIVE AGE NTs
FOR THE STRICTLY
KOSHER HEBREW na-
tional DELICATES-KX
PRODUCTS.
"A Trial Will Convince Y
nil"
A TORGSIN ORDER
will enable your relatives in the U.S.S.R. to buy
heavy clothing, shoes, underwear, food :-:ls.
household utensils, tobaccos and countless o'her
domestic or imported articles. These giRs will
doubly valued with the oncoming of the
Russian winter.
Prices compare favorably U ith
those in America
cixiOAi MK>iTirivt -u-Sjk For Torgiln orders
t AM10RG. 261 Fifth Avt. N.Y. tec your local bank or authorlxed .1.'
A. LUSTGARTEN, M. D.
Announces the Removal to His
New Residence
1527 Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
Phone ".-3985
For Variety in Bread
Use NEW YORK PRODUCTS
JTOB
YOUR VOTE
And Support of
E.H. Griffith
for
CITY COUNCIL
Miami Beach
Will Be Greatly
Appreciated
(Paid Political ,\.u


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, November 28, 1984
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Vol. 7No. IT
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The Final Authority
The most important business before the forthcoming
annual convention of the Amateur Athletic Union in Miami
will be the question of the 1938 Olympic (James.
A1 its last convention, in Pittsburgh, the A. A. I unani-
mous!) adopted a resolution declaring that it would not cer-
lifj an) American athletes tor the 1936 Olympiad at Berlin
"until and unless the position of the German Olympic Com-
mittee, of the organizing committee of Berlin and of the
German government is so changed in tact as well as in theorj
as i.p loth permit and encourage German athletes of Jewish
faith or heritage to train, prepare for and participate in the
Olympic Games of 1936."
Immediate!) alter the adoption of this resolution, a
resolution of similar intent, but couched in milder language,
aa voted bj (he American Olympic Committee. In addition
the committee authorized its president. Aver) Brundage, lo
JO to German) and investigate the situation there and to ac-
it|it hi reject Germany's invitation to the games.
Mr. Brundage declined to assume responsibility for the
decision, but on the basis of his report the executive board
"Mil. American Olympic Committee accepted the invitation.
The general impression that the Olympic Committee's
acceptance is final is erroneous. 'Ihe committee may have
accepted the invitation, but if the A. A. I. refuses to certify
athletes for the Olympics the acceptance is not worth the
Paper it is written on. In other words, the A. A. I. will
have ihe last word.
Il is not possible to foretell what the A. A. I convention
Will do this year, but unless the attitude of the delegates has
undergone an amazing change, there is no doubt that the de-
cision of the Pittsburgh convention will be reindorsed.
That, in effect, will mean a rebuke to the American
Olympic Committee, which will be forced to withdraw its ac-
ceptance. Refusal of the United States to participate in the
193ft Olympic games would unquestionably oblige the Inter-
national Olympic Committee to shift the games from Berlin
touonu other city.
of Mrs, Marx Baker, is employing a ry\
variety of methodi to enroll the
i imen of Jacksonville n
the ranks of Hadassah.
'I he local chapter is eager to be
a winner in the country-wide mem-
bership competition. A first prize
nd a second prize of S50
ie (riven to the chapters ob
ih.' highest proportionate
of n.-w members.
Among the local events to be
held in connection with the drive
will lie "Hadassah Sabbath," at
I ime services at the .lew ish
i enter Friday night, November 30,
Rabbi M. D. Margolis in the
pulpit, will he dedicated to Ha-
.. and also Saturday murn-
ii i mber I. at the Jewish
Temple, with Rabbi Israel I.. Kap-
lan.
I'll, annual membership tea. in
honor of tte.se whii have paid their
dui w.i- Wednesday afternoon in
the home of Mr.-. Jack Rosenberg.
Mr II. Gendzier, program
chairman, presented Mrs. Hen
Stein, president of the local chap-
who gave a short address of
welcome and spoke <.f the work of
I ladassah.
Mrs, Sam Weiss, past president,
a -hurt talk, and Mrs. 1. I..
Kaplan gave two readings, "The
Boor," by Anton Chekov, and the
story of the "Moonlight Sonata."
Sense and Non-Sense
If We Must Die
"If we must die let it not ho like
hogs
Hunted and penned iii an inglo-
rious spot,
While round us hark the mad and
hungry dogs,
Making their mock at our ac-
cursed lot.
If we mu-t die oh, let u nobly
die,
So that our precious blood may
not be shed
In vain; then even the monsters
we defy
Shall be constrained to honor Us
though dead!
Oh, kinsmen! We inti.-l meet the
common foe.
Though far outnumbered, let us
still be brave,
And for their thousand blows deal
one death-blow!
What though before us lies the
open grave'.'
Like men we'll face the murd-r-
ous, cowardly pack, q
Pressed to the wall, dying, but
fighting back!"
Lawyer My client wants a mil-
lion dollar- damages.
Railroad AdjusterFor what?
LawyerDislocated vertelirae,
ruptured liver, fractured hip and
marrying his nurse.
Manager] understand the boss
married his stenographer.
chief Yes; he thought that
after they were married he could
dictate to her the same as when
she waa his stenographer.
A psychologist says parents
should tell their family secrets .o
I he children. But why go to the
trouble? The children will learn
ihem from the neighbors' children
soon enough.
"One person is murdered in the
United State- every lo minutes."
Crime statistic. He must feel
pretty well fagged out by the end
U a long day.
Sleight-of-Hand ManI will now
proceed to take a dozen fresh eggs
from this little shaver's mouth.
I In Kid'- Ma Keep your mouth
-hut, Patsy. If you've all thim
eggs in your mouth, don't you dare
open it till I get you home.
The flea a dog may bite
And not again be bitten;
The bee a hull may smite
And yet escape unsmitten.
For stronger foes are put to flight
By enemies too small to fight.
Jacksonville News
^ r of interesting activ-
been planned for the
' ire for members and
i the Temple Sisterhood.
v nnovation in the way of
arranged by Ml I
in, ways and meaii-
"wirman of the organisation, In
form of simultaneous neigh-
: parties, which were held
benefit of the Sisterhood
. At that time various
"embers of the organization held
the nature of which was
by the hostess, in ther
"*" homes, tO which Sisterhood
'ho live ill their neigh
1 were invite,!. While most
" l1"' affair- were card parties, a
itured other entertainment,
l P'ize, a lovely Belgian
Mrs. Harry I'inkel-tein enter-
tained last Wednesday evening in
her home. 925 Margaret st., for
nefit of Circle No. .'i of the
Temple Sisterhood, of which she is
.-, mi mber. Circle No. 3, with Mrs.
Arthur Meyerson as chairman, is
the brilliant formal
[lance which will be held on
Wednesday evening, December ">,
in the ballroom of the Caring II -
Lei, and the party was to provide
for the music for the dance.
Contract bridge formed the cen-
tral interest of the evening, and
for tho not playing bridge other
entertainment was provided.
following the game-, a tempi-!
ing refreshment course was served.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J Greenblatt
entertained with a delightful buf-
nner and bridge party Sun
daj evening in their home In the
Brunni II Apartments.
The room- were decorated at-
tractively with a profusion of au-
tumn flower-. Ill the living room
artistic arrangements of poinset-
tias were Used for adornment,
while in the dining room the yel-
low and grei n color motif was car-
ried "in entirely.
'I'll,, beautifully appointed din-
ing room table, on which the
Orlando Notes
A meeting of the 101 Club was
hi Id at the home of Miss Gertrude
HaimowitZ. Three newly-elected
members, Lucille Baker, .lack Kam
enoff and Sigmond Zigoren, were
initiated
with Mr-. Jacob Miller and Mrs.
S. Schwartz as hostesses. There
will be refreshments and a prize
lor each table.
Mis. II. Kottelman entertained
with a bridge recently at her home.
Mr. A. II. Soowal celebrated his
birthday recently. (iuests partic-
ipated in a wiener roast.
Miss Marjorie Frankel was en
tertained recently by her mother
on her 13th birthday. Among the
guests present were: Nathan < 0-
hen of Bradford, I'll.; Mr. and Mrs.
(i. I'tic,Hands and sons of Mait-
land.
Mr. and Mrs. -l. Merton and
daughter, Naomi, returned to Or-
lando after a month'- stay ill Tam-
pa. They will leave for New York
soon.
There will he a Coffee Klatseh
and Entertainment on Thank-giv-
ing night, November 29th, at 0
o'clock, at '.121 9th St., No., to be
given by the Ladies' Auxiliary and
Aid Society of Congregation B'nai
l-rael. Also a surprise feature
which everyone will enjoy. All
tourist- are welcome.
Kaddish
Mr- Joe Witteiistein, student at
Florida University, spent the
week end with hi- parents here.
Friday night services were held
Rothschild's Sons Say
'twice Daily
Paris Carrying on the 150-
year-old Rothschild tradition of;
Orthodoxy, Baron Maurice and
lames de Rothschild, the two sons
of the hit, Baron Kdmond de
Rothschild, are Baying kaddish
twice daily in the Paris home of
the Rothschild family. Twice each
day a specially selected minyan
meets in the Rothschild palace and
Maurice and James say the pray-
ers for the dead. Arrangements
lor the minyan were made by Chief
Kahhi Israel Levi. Among the
members of the minyan are Isaac
Naiditch, noted Russian Zionist,
who has lived in Paris for ten
years and was an intimate of Bar-
on Rothschild.
Baltimore -Baltimore will be
luncheon set, was offered by the
Sisterhood, and was competed for
by those attending ea, h affair. It
planned to hold -
affairs in the evening for mi i
those women who are in bus
hut the date for 'I"' -'veiling par
ties has been changed, because i I
ning concert of tin Civic
ition, whuh i.....
ihursdaj evening. The date
for this event will be announced
later.
0 f the busiest organisations
. wn is the Senior Had
Chapter, the Women's Zionist Or-
,tion of America, which IS
engaged in a concentrated mem-
ben.hip campaign ... culminate tn
December l. designated as Ha-
dassah Sabbath." With the slogan,
..Everl Jewish Woman Ha. a
Place .....adassah." the campaign
committee, under the chairmanship
tempting buffet dinner was spread, Bt Cong. Ohev Sholem, conduct..!
was overlaid with an Italian cut- Dy the 101 Club. Rev. B. Safer
u,,rk cloth, and had as its center- ke ,, ..,,,,, ,,,',," K,.fresh- represented by seven Jews in he
.,,.,. a crystal bowl holding a lm,,t> W(. ,,,.v,,| [ the vestry *' legislature, six In the
arrangement of tiny yellow ,......., :lf,. Mrvjce., house of represent.,v,s and one
Mrs. M. Witteiistein was re-
cently elected president of the
and white chrysailtheiuunis. Flank-
ing the centerpiece were slender
.. reen taper- in crystal candelabra.
Following the dinner, tables Pair Villa P.-T. A.
were arranged for bridge, and
contract was enjoyed until a late
hour.
in the -enate. The winning rep-
resentatives are L. F. Apfel, Mey-
er Cardin, Leon Abramson, David
Ma, r, Jacob Blum and Emanu -1
Gorfine. Melvin I.. Fine replaced
Milton Altfeld in the senate.
Junior Hadassah sponsored a
Bowery Party in the home ,>f Mrs.
lla-kel Zimmerman and Miss Min-
nie Selber last Wednesday night.
Prizes were awarded for the best
costumes.
The membership chairmen. Miss
Kate Bandrimer and Miss Florence
Cohen, were in charge.
Miss Esther Blattner, refresh-
ments chairman, and hi r commit-
t,.,. served refreshments.
This affair was for paid-up
member.-.
St. Petersburg
Notes
ClevelandRalph Hertz was one
if the three common pleas court
judges electee! in Tuesday's voting
here. Sydney Hesse was elected
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld will speak tl) th,. state assembly and Dr. Sam-
"Tolerance and Justice" at the U(.| u Gerber won election as cor-
ner of Cuyahoga county.
services tonight at 8 o'clock at
Congregation B'nai Israel, 921 9th
St.. No. All tourists are cordially
invited.
( incinnati Murray Seasongood,
former mayor of Cincinnati, was
elected one of the members of the
The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid new home rule commission. The
Society is sponsoring a card party only other Jew elected in Cincin-
this Sunday evening, November 25, nati was Albert Mayer, who won
at 8 o'clock, in the auditorium of a seat in the state house of rep-
tile Synagogue, 921 9th st., No-, j resentatives.


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THE JEWISH FI.ORID1AN
Friday, November 23, 1934
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Edited by RABBI S. H. MACHTE1
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SUNDAY MORNINGS WjOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Vol. IV. Sl'NDAY. NOVEMBER 1H. 1934 No. 49
"Youth Complains"
Scripture Reading, Ecclesiastes, Chapter III, Versea in. Inclusive.
I consider myself a link between the old generation and the new.
As a link I must bear the pull and the strain from either direction
and from both. It is not always easy. I dare nol permit myself to
break- I must nol be elastic to permit the gap between tin- old and
the new to be enlarged. As distasteful and as trying as the ordeal
often is, being pulled hither and thither, I cannot slip out from be-
tween, nor am I permitted to lend my weight to one Bide or to the
other. I am the bond which binds the younger Reneration to their
forefathers. The greatest strain comes from the youth which tries
to sever its ties. Youth is. as youth should be, inquisitive and re-
bellious. It refuses to take for granted those things which age ac-
cepts without question or doubt.
Recently a young man gave me his reasons for absenting himself
from synagogue services. His complaint, I believe, is expressive ol
the dissatisfaction felt by many in the ranks of the younger generation
of Jew.-. And. as youth has so much in common, it may be that the
thinking youth within the ranks of other faiths offers like arguments
for its disinterestedness in things religious. The outstanding thought
in the complaint recited before me was that the older generation and
the religious leaders and preachers are too presumptuous, are too
certain and definite, In their threat- of punishment, In their offers ol
reward, in their convictions that they, and they alone, are following
the desired path and hold the key to the gates of Salvation.
With this thought in mind i nave -elected the verses for today's
scripture reading which I read just befon the sermon. 1 want to
stress particularly the closing phrase in the eleventh verse of the
third chapter of Kcclesiaste- "so that no man can find out the
work that God maketh from the beginning to the end." The really
pious and devout man does not saj "1 know." The best that he can
do is, 'i believe."
When I hear someone .-peak In positive tones of a subject whiah
no I unian being ran possibly have mastered, I am reminded of the
story told of an old farmer and hit sou. It appears that the son had
been appointed an instructor at the college from which he had just
been graduated. This young man had a very small opinion of his
fath< r's learning and wisdom You see, hi had bad the benefit of ti
college education, while his father had been raised on the farm. The
young instructor visited his panut- shortly after his appointment to
the faculty of his alma mater. Seated at the table, he engaged In a
discussion with his father a discussion which soon became a debate.
The son. with all the fire of his youth ami the pride of his position,
ued his father that he knew whereof he spoke. Furthermore,
he rdded, "Dad, I'd be ashamed if. when I reached your age, I didn't
know more than you know." To which the old fanner, without hesi
tation, replied, "Son. I'll be proud of you if, when you're as old as 1
am. you'll know as much a- you think you know now."
I often feel that many religious leaders and lay leaders could well
profit from such advice. The certainty with which they discuss the
unknowable, the definiteness with which they speak of theories, and
the positiveness with which they endow their remarks about religious
dogma, tempts me to say to them. "I wish that when you have crossed
lite barrier and are face to face with the Truth, you may be as positive
about it as you now are."'
Whatever else youth may offer- as objections, in this complaint it
is justifiedthat religious teachers and preachers, that the older gen-
eration of laymen, are presumptuous when they speak with such air
of profundity and certainty of sin. reward and punishment, of life
after death, of heaven and hell, and of the many other purely creedal
and dogmatic theories which have yet to bo proven. Youth does not
refute, it merely quest.on-. It is willing to accept on faith those things
which have their foundation in faith, but, it does not want to have
(rammed down its throat a- gospel and unchallengeable truth theories
and theologies which time will prove false, or, at best, distorted.
J join in this with youth, and I ask. "By what right does any in-
dividual or group in a community or nation set itself up as the sol
fountainhead of truth'.'" Mas the generation now in control! made so
-ignal a success of life on this earth that it can qualify as an author-
ity? Is the social, economic, legislative or spiritual plane on so high
a level, a.- a result of the practices of present day leadership by the
uldo< generation, that it can boastfully point to its accomplishments
and say to the youth, "You must do as I -ay because I have followed
this course and have succeeded. My theories arc proven tried and
proven"? Would it not be wiser, and nearer the truth, for the leaders
of the present to say to the youth who must succeed them, "Avoid
folltwing in our footstep-, for we have made a dismal failure. We
have lived in error and have been criminally neglectful of our fellow
men, and derelict in the responsibilities entrusted to us"?
Ey what stretch of the imagination can the older- generation lay
claim to deserved praise 1 None, unless it be that the human family
has not entirely been debased ami debauched by those who thought
only of themselves, their greed and their profit. It is a fine heritage
that they pass on to the youth who must now bear the burden of re-
sponsibilities! A fine heritage, indeed! And they presume to guide
youth.
But, as the link between the past and the future, I must say this
in defense of the older generation: that the mass of the people are
innocent of any wrongdoingunless it be the guilt of permitting them-
selves to be led blindly, passively, without questioning or investigation.
Youth, our present youth and our future generation, has the courage
to challenge and to qestion, to experiment and to try. Theirs is tj
reason whynot to do and die.
In religion things are unknowable. God's way- an- past our find-
ing out- Only fools or blackguards speak with surety of the obviously
uncertain. Youth understands that. However, in the experiences of
pract cal life, in the problems that bear- on human welfare, in the
intercourse between men, in social, economic, legislative and moral
realms there arc tried and proven rules; there are established prece-
not.- whab have survived the experimental Btage, whose values ca.1
be -yi.ibolized in definite formulas. In these there is no longer any
gues-work: in fact, there ha- been none for counties.- generations.
Oil -i- laws of social justice, of moral rectitude, of economic stability-
nave been handed down traditionally and reduced to writing in sacred
volumes for our- guidance. Why is it that preachers insist on talking
ot tin uncertain, of the improvable, of hypotheses, of the ephemeral,
as if they were the essential, the vital, the lasting? Why do they
Ign ire the problems of everyday life which interest the youth, the
thinking anil questioning youth? Is it because, in touching on th-.-
Vital, the social and economic problems of our day, they may step on
the |ct corns of active iay members who arc large contributors, bu.
Who violate all rules of justice and equity?
Youth asks these questions. Youth complains and registers its
lisappointments. It insists on an answer. A shrug of one's shoulders
is no adequate answer. A knowing wink and a nodding head is no
adequate reply. There must be a fearless voice and constructive action.
Youth no longer lay.- claim to "knowing it all." It goes further. It
doubts that age know- it ail. It resents the insult to us intelligence
by those who speak with unwarranted authority. It wants honesty.
If an admission id' ignorance or a confession of error and failure is
the tiuth. it demands it. It dreads the possibility of repeating tie
mistakes of its elders with the resultant dire consequences. It can
profit only from frankness and honest replies to its queries- They
should be given. It may hurt our pride to admit our mistakes and
OU1 deliberate wrongdoing, but if we love our youth, our flesh and
blood, we want to -pan- them. We want them to avoid tin suffering
which fell to our lot. Our only course is honesty. Let us meet the
omplaint of youth with frankness. Let us admit our ignorance i [
lion'- way. Let US counsel them to follow a course of conduct as
presi tibed in sacred teachings. Hut, in matters of faith, let their own
faith guide them.
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Friday. November 23, 1934
Rabbin
be held in Tan
burg d
""ber.will
by Rabl Ad
dem
Mrs. R
Dr. Kaplan's class in Jewish
tory. The Feast f Channukah,
of Lfghl begins thi
irdaj ew ning, December
' Candles and candle holders may
be had at the Temple the follow-

er and chil-
dren arc ...., a
11 l"" '"' parents, Mr. and
Mi Cl ai i Brown.
Mr. Moe Hai V(k
and .Miami arrived h<
'" join his fan
spend the Bummer season here
last week
and they will
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Beskind
;"'(- be ng congratulated on the
birth of a baby son at the St.
Francis Hospital last Wednesday
morning.
* *
Senator and Mr-. Harry ).
vin of Baltimore arrived here
Mr8- will leave to- Wednesday in tin- party of Gov-
If to visit her daughter, Ethel, eor-Elect Hairy w. .Nice ,,f
ai the Florida Sta
Women al Tallaha i
Homecoming W
for
for
the
jQCICTY
i; lavid Sisterhood held a
m\\ attended meeting of its mem-
bership following a luncheon meet-
Ipg ,,f board last Wednesday at
lll(. Ta Mind Torah Hall. A! the
|unch, Me-dames I.. Mart/, and
Harrj Oliphant were the hostc
plans announced at the general
... i re: A food sale to be
yld : i Wednesday, November
n the Seybold Arcade at
Palmer'! Shoe Store. Mrs. J. En-
ler will be in charge and the pub-
lic is a ked to patronize th'i ev< nt.
During Chanuka week the children
of the Talmud Torah Sunday
under the direction of Mrs.
Harrj oliphant, will be presented
in an annual Chanuka play, to
which the public is invited. Full
detail- "ill appear next week- On
evening, December 12,
.....d will sponsor a card
partj al th Talmud Torah Hall
with Mesdames S. Greif and II.
UechlowitZ as the hostesses. On
Sunday evening, January l.'ith. the
lod will present a number
of well known Yiddish actors in
ij at the Talmud Torah H ill.
'.mi. -i- will address the meeting.
E. II Griffith, manager of the Following the busin< on and
Willian Penn Hotel, is making an addresses a social hour will he
intensivi campaign for election to "I"'"1 :""' refreshments will he
the nt'. council of Miami Beach. "
II. evidencing his knowledge of
the conditions affecting the wel- T,""l' '; "f '<"' local Boj Scouts |lhiv ia ., ,|,ree-act comedy, and
far. this growing community by "|,('k al Kaplan Hall.l^jj pre8enj several dramatic art-
urging constructs legislation to ''"" ""' U8aljists in the principal roles. Mrs.
protect -he city. The proper reg- business transacted, Ai interest Qpal Eduard Motter of the Uni-
ulation if the apartment and ho- i"R report on the current issw of v,.,,i,v Miami
tel l':i ness so as to accomplish Bov's Life waa Presented by Ber- piay,
' for the city's interests, nard Mi,ler- A !""'; officers']
the development of the police de- council mating was held and the1
partment to the highest point of regular monthly meeting wa
1 so a- to protect the res- ''"' Sundaj nighl al i D. At the
and the great number of ''"''"' patrol Leaders' Conference, ;il g ,,'dock in the home of Mrs.
tourist and the installation of a "' "ii;" l; lin Solomon, Il'I N. W. nth ave.,
complete sewerage system are'8'* ""embers of the troop, Charles when "Captain Nicholas," by Hugh
among the constructive measures Sa,er' Rov Mechlowitz and Elmer W'alpole, will he reviewed by Mrs.
urged by Mr. Griffith. Aiding him SP**101-. Peritz Scheinberg and j. Samet- The current topic will
in hi ampaign are a large num- J"h" Kronenfeld attended. New be discussed by Mrs. Charles Fold-
members applying were Arnold
and Edward .Newman of Atlantic
City, and Melvin Wcinkle.
Page Five
Tin- initial meeting for tie
ganization of a Y mng Women's
Hebri I it;,,,, f0r this an .i
"ill he held i.e. Mondaj night,
November 26th, beginning at 8
o'clock at the clubrooms of the V
M. II. A.. 16th ave. and 5th S. \\. Ah mill, -id are urg i
t" attend th meel ing. Mr -
R it is in charge ..:' arrange-
meet-
ing, ami a number of prominent
Maryland.
* *
Fred Grossberg, tin son of Mr.
and Mrs. I.. GroBsberg and the
grandson of Rabbi B I). Mindel,
"ill be liar Mitzva at services Sat
urdaj morning at the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation, begin-
ning ai :i ..'dock. Following the
services the parents of the Bar
Mitzva will be hosts to their
friends and the worshippers at a
reception in the vestry rooms of
the Synagogue.
*
Rehearsals have l>ecn begun for
Junior Hadas-ah's second annual
play. "On the Hiring Line" (Har-
vey O'Higgin and Harriet Ford),
which will he presented Monday
i vening, December 10th. Miss
Heady Goldenblank is general
chairman of arrangements. The
welfare committee of the local
chapter.
*
Plans for the establishment of
a B'nai B'rith Lodge in Miami t:>
succeed the now defunct organi-
zation will he announced in these
columns shortly. Recently one .1'
the officers of District Grand
Lodge No. a was a visitor in
Miami and determined on the es-
tablishment of a new lodge.
* *
A symposium in which Ortho-
dox, Conservative and Reform
Jewry will he expounded will be
held at Temple Israel on Tuesday,
December 18th, under the spon-
sorship of the local Rabbis. Rabbi
Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan will speak
for Reform Jewry; Rabbi Max
Shapiro will speak for Conserva-
tive Jewry, and the spokesman for
Orthodox Jewry will be announced
later. This is the first of a series
of cultural events which will be
held during the winter season.
*
A- we go to press the annual
banquet of the Greater Miami
Jewish Cemetery Association is
being held at Beth David Talmud
Torah Hall. A full account of the
affair will appear in our next is-
sue.
* *
The Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation will resume its late
Friday night ser.vices with a spe-
cial Chanuka program on Friday-
evening. December Cth. Full de-
tails of the program will be an-
nounced in our next issue.
The annual Chanuka card party
of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will be held at the Young
Men's Hebrew Association club-
rooms on Sunday evening, Decem-
ber 9th, beginning at 8 p. m. Reg-
ular Chanuka "latkes" will be
served in addition to a plate
luncheon. Prizes will be awarded
for high scores.
* *
Mrs. Jack Hirsch, who was op-
erated on at the Victoria Hospital
recently, is now convalescing at
her home.
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Monday evening, November 2 ber Jewish friends who have
been actively working in his be-
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Mi. and Mrs. AI Zalka arc ra-
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day.
luncheons and
during the
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the hotel and dining
and baby are resting nicely. Rab-
bi s. M. Machtei will ol
the Bris next Wednesdaj at the
hospital.
* *
Religious School of Temple Is-
rael meet- Sundaj morning from
III to 12 o'clock. Tl My i:'.
conducted in the Temple proper
from 10 t" 1" which the
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THB JEWISH FLOKIDIAN
Friday, November 23, 1934
60CHTY
Emunah Chapter, 0. E. S., will
hold its first Quota Banquet next
Monday evening, November 26th,
at the Alcazar Hotel, with a pro-
gram of gala entertainment pro-
vided for the guests. Only those
members who have made their
quota for the year and their es-
corts will be permitted to attend.
Among those who have been in-
vited are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mank,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter II. Combs,
sr., Mr. and Mrs. Claudia Christian,
Mr. Edward Rickard, Mrs Vivian
Gross, Miss Pearl Williams, Mrs.
Ruth Speights, Mrs. Helen Col-
grove. Mrs. Ellen Deer, Mrs. Mil-
dred Hindman, Mrs. Lena David,
Miss Jefferson Bell, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Bather, Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Simon, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Green, Mrs. Lena Alpert, Mr. and
Mr.-. Myer Friedman, Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Somberg, Dr. and Mrs. T.ion-
ard Finn. Mr- and Mrs. Morris B.
Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Mor-
ris, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney II. Palmer,
Mr. ami Mrs. M. Bernstein. Dr. and
Mrs. Charks Beckwitt, Mr. and
Mrs. Isidor Fine, Mr. and Mrs. Vic-
tor Eskenazi, Mr. and Mrs. .lack
Pallott, Mr. and -Mrs .lack
Schwartz, Mi-, and Mrs. Joseph
Greenberg, Mr. and Mrs. M. Rob-
enstock, Miss Ida Engler. Mis.
Minnie Engler, Mr. and Mrs.
Marks, Miss Josephine Lobazine,
Miss Kat, Sheehan, Mr. and Mrs.
A. I Mr. and Mrs. Morris
per, Mr. anil Mrs. Ml
Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell
Kuperberg, Miss Bertha Mendel-
son, Miss Mary Barber, Miss Ida
Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs Nathan
Adelman, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M.
Fine and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Al-
bert.
With Beery in the notable cast
appear Leo Carillo, Fay Wray,
Donald Cook, Stuart Erwin, George
E. Stone, Joseph Schildkraut, Kath-
erine De Mille, Phillip Cooper,
Frank Puglia, Henry B. Walthail,
David Durand, Francis X. Bush-
man, Jr., Adrian Rosley and Hen-
ry Armetta. The picture was di-
rected by Jack Conway.
Viva Villa!" Metro-Goldwn-
Mayer's spectacular story which
opens Sunday at the Tivuli Tlu-a-
:.<-rally classed among
the great screen masterpiecei ol
all time
Filmed largely in Mexico, with
e Beery as the star and
with an exceptional supporting
. ast, "V va Villa!" has < merged as
one uf the truly great productions
.wars.
Fox Film's latest release, "Da-
vid Harum," starring Will Rogers,
will make its appearance on the
screen of the Seventh Avenue Thc-
m Sunday. Its typical Amer-
ican theme deals with a shrewd
horse trader. Because of the eold-
iii ss with which he barters, and
his uncanny method "f outwitting
people in business dealings, his
reputation is mine too good in the
-mall town in which he lives.
Tli. large cast in support of Will
Rogers displays an array <>f im-
pressive names that include Louise
Dresser, Evelyn Venable, Kent
Taylor, Stepin Fetchit, Noah
Beery, Roger Imhof, Frank Mel-
ton, Charles Middleton, Sarah Pad-
d< ii and Lillian Stuart.
RADIO
SYinaGUG
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder
and director of the Radio Syna-
gog, will preach over station WIOD
at nine o'clock on Sunday morn-
ing on "Gratitude and Receptiv-
ity." The sermon will be dedi-
cated to Thanksgiving day. There
also will be prayers, music, Bcrip-
'ure reading and a question box.
SHALL WE FACE
THE ISSUE?
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once and for all, drive these rack-
eteers, for that is all that they
are, from our midst. Miami and
Miami Beach bear too clean a name
to permit racketeering of any form
to exist, and if any more nerni-
cious form of racketeering that
this trcifah-kosher" racket exists,
we have yet to discover the an-
swer.
The issue is ours to solve- It is
the duty of the men and women of
this community who are paying for
the privilege of obtaining kosher
meats and poultry, who are paying
for kosher foods at hotels and res-
taurants, oner and lor all to MAKE
CERTAIN THAT THEY ARE
GETTING WHAT THEY ARE
PAYING FOR. We don't believe
this is a matter for the tourists
for the few winter months ... it
is a matter of cleaning up the Au-
gean stables once and for till. We
believe it can In. done .
We urge that a few energetic
and courageous men get together
at once. Let an organization Vie
formed incorporate, if neces-
sary, and then proceed to business.
Of course, the Rabbis should be
consulted and they will be in every
matter of a religious nature .
The laws of Jewry in these mat
ters, nay, the simple iaw of th?
land should be definitely and em-
phatically enforced ... If it in-
volves the prosecution of some to
cure the evil, let this be fearless-
ly and courageously done .
Shall we face the issue '.'

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Matincea Satarday Sanaa;
Continuous 2 to 11
Sunday-Monday, Nov. 25-26
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