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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
7No. IK
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1934
Price Five Cent*
Jewish News
Around the
World
Dr. Goldstein Again Heads Amer-
ican J. N. F.
N,w YorkUnanimous re-elec-
tion of Hi- Israel Goldstein to the
presidency of the American sec-
tion of the Jewish National Fund
mi mm mnced following a meet-
ing of the organization's execu-
tive board. Dr. Goldstein report-
ed a forty per cent increase in the
fund- raised l>y the JNF during
the past year.
Banquet Is
Well Attended
With seventy-five guests attend-
ing the annual banquet and instal-
lation of the off cers of the Gn at
Wonders
Never Cease
When wo published "Shall We
Face the Issue?" in last week's is-
sue nt the Jewish Floridian, we
AuikI.iili Seeks Separate Kehillah
in Vienna
A delegation of leaders of the
Austrian Agudath Israel, ultra-Or-
thodox faction, is endeavoring to
obtain permission from Chancel-
loi Schuschnigg to establish an
independent Jewish community in
Vianna. This move is understood
to have the support of Hungarian
Jews i\ ing in Vienna.
er Miami Jewish Cemetery Asso-jlittle imagined that it would have
elation was held last Thursday .. immedite result. However...
night at the Beth David Talmud j .. .... .
t. ... u ii ii i i < wonders never cease. I hough
lorah Hall, in charge of arrange- .. ... ,.. .
, one ol the butchers in Miami
ments was a committee headed iiy,,, .,
.. .. ,. ., .... Beach, operating in one of the
-Mr. H. M. Drevich. I he tables' .... ..
.... ., ,, stores bearinu a Kosher sign in
anil hall were beautifully decorated.... r .... ,. .....
, .. I the center ol a Mogcn Dovid. last
for the event with flowers and
Je-. Fleeing Saar in Fear of Nazi
Plebiscite Triumps
LondonHundreds of Jews are
fleeing: from the Saar district n
fear ol what may happen to them
after the January plebiscite when
the Saar is expected to come un-
der German jurisdiction, accord-
log to a dispatch from Saarbreuck-
London Daily Dispatch,
lews are selling their
business at sacrifice prices and
rushing1 across the border to France
and Luxembourg. The mass flight
'f Ji Is motivated not only by
fear of what the immediate future
holds in -tore for them, but by the
presi organized campaign of
anti Semitic terror instigated by
'he German front. Jews are be-
Otted and threatened with
violence daily. The clos-
ing of Jewish business establish-
reported to be throwing
thousands of people out of work.
potted palms, and in front of ea-:h
guest there were miniature Jewish
and American flags. The cere-
monies were opened with a brief
address by the chairman, who tie n
presented Mr. J. Louis Chochet ai
toasl master. The invocation was
given by Rabbi Max Shapiro.
During the evening addresses were
made by Mr. W. L. Williams, re-
tiring president, Mr. I. L. Mintzer,
the new president, Mr. II. M. Dre-
vich, Mr. M. B. Frank. Harry I.
Lipton, president of Beth Jacob
Cong.. Mr. Harry Markowitz, pres-
ident of Beth David Cong., Mr. Max
Rappaport, president of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Cong., Mrs. Isidor
Cohen, president of the Sisterhood
of Chesed Shel Ernes, Mr. E. Gor-
don, chairman of the Chevra Ka-
disha, Mr. J. Nissenbaum, Mr. SjI
Schwartz. Mrs. Morris Kotkin, Mr.
Manuel Rippa, and Mrs. Sadye G.
Hose. Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom
delivered an address and installed
the officers. Rabbi Max Shapiro,
on behalf of the association, pr l-
sented Mr. Williams, the retiring
president, with the gift of a silver
pitcher. Rabbi Julius Washer de-
livered an address and then led
in the benschen. Cantor Boris
Schlachman of Beth Jacob Con-
gregation and Cantor Louis Hay-
week appeared with his prospective
lessors in an attorney's office and
argued thai he would not sign a
sub-lease unless the "Kosher" pro-
vision was eliminated and
though he readily admitted to the
attorney and to his associates in
Ihe store lhat he was then selling
"Treifah" meats to Jewish custo-
mers in Ihe heart of Miami Beach
. yet. lo and behold after the
publication of the article last week
this estimable (?) gentleman pulls
down his tent and suddenly de-
cides that his present surroundings
are just a slight bit "unpleasant."
What became of the Treifah
meats in Ihe store when he left il .'
That's someting else, and is a mat-
ter, we respectfully submit, thai
should Ik- given thorough consid-
eration. The fact remains .
When Ihe pitiless light of public-
ity is thrown on these racketeers,
they run for cover.
The season is jus! beginning.
Something can and should be done
about Ihis Kashrus matter. And
while we're at it, let us be frank
and candid enough to say thai a
thorough investigation of the Kash-
rus situation as it exists today in
the hotels now open and about to
be opened, is required and merited.
IN THE INTERESTS OF TRUTH
AND DECENCY.
Jewish Section
Is Opened Here
'anying a complete line of Jew-
, ish religious and secular articles,
I the first Jewish section In any de-
partment store in the South will be
open to the public today at Bur-
dine'-.
Stocking a wide range of mer-
chandise, including beautiful can-
d( labras, Chanukah menorahs, Tal-
eisim. Varmulkos, MeZZUZOS, Bibles,
Prayer Books, etc., attention has
I also been paid to Jewish books.
| Books for children of all ages, and
cook bonks for the women are in-
cluded, as are artistic book ends
depicting Jewish Scenes. Tapes-
tries of Palestinian scenes and the
traditional Chalo covers are dis-
played. Bags containing earth
from the Mount of Olives are dis-
played.
This is the first time in the his-
tory of the South that any large
metropolitan department store has
established such a section, and is
recognition of the fact that the
Jewish community of Greater Mi-
am s growng.
ian were heard in a number of; W(, admi(> qujte frankly
vocal selections. The banquet was
concluded with the singing of the
Hatikvo, led by Cantor Schlach-
man. Officers installed were: Mr.
I. L. Mintzer, president; Mr. H.
M. Drevich, vi.e president; Mr. M.
B. Frank, treasurer; Mr. J. Louis
Shochet, secretary. Directors are:
in addition to the officers, Messrs.
P, BerkowitZ, John Meyer, Stanley
lhat to merely direct Kashrus ac-
tivities at Ihe butchers and neglect
Ihe hotels and restaurants is noth-
ing but mockery.
Something can be done .
Something will Ik- done.
C. Myers, E. Gordon and W L.
Williams, and Mesdames I. Cohen,
S. Schwartz and Morris Kotkin.
Dog Racing
Opens Tomorrow
The racing season opens tomor-
row night with the beginning >f
greyhound racing at the beautiful
Biscayne Kennel club for a 67-day
racing session. Possessing one of
the finest greyhound racing tracks
in the country, some of the best
kennels have entered their dog- for
the season. With plenty of room
on the racing strip there is no
crowding at the turns, and the
betting fans know that a fair race
will be run.
Racing Secretary Cody Coffman
completed the field of eight grey-
hounds that will run the inaugu-
ral handicap, feature event of the
opening night. These are:
1, King Ravenous, Harry McKin-
ney; 2, Tarnish, Bill Baker; 8,
Anna Glen, McKinney; 4, Rural
Lass, Art Wilson; 5, Traffic Es-
cort, Wilson; 6, Crafty Boy,
Charles Mullins; 7, Lackawanna,
Farm School
Seeks Students
The National Farm School, a
Jewish philanthropic institution,
located at Farm School, Bucks
County, Pa., near Philadelphia, is
si eking desirable applicants for its
:(8th term, opening around April
1, 1986.
Worthy boys who desire to fit
themselves for a career in agricul-
, ture, but have not the means for
entering an agricultural college,
are given their opportunity-
Tuition, board, room, books, lab-
oratory supplies, etc., are furnished
, during the three years' course of
36 consecutive months (equal in
, time to a tour-year course), at a
very nominal charge. A prerequis-
| ite for the advantages offered is
a love for the out-of-doors and a
desire to follow agriculture as a
vocation. Any boy sincerely in-
terested, between the ages of 17
and 21, of good physical, mental
! and moral standing, who has com-
pleted one or more years of hign
' school, may apply.
Boys about to be graduated from
high school in June, 1985, may be
considered for admission to the
1 school on July 1. 1985, provided
their applications are filed on or
before February 1st.
The school plant comprises 1,200
acres of land, buildings and equip-
ment, 20(1 purebred cows, poultry
departments, orchards, greenhouses
and a farm mechanics department,
where forging, woodworking, elec-
trical work and mechanics are
taught. Dormitories are equal to
those of eastern colleges. Food is
prepared under an expert dieti-
cian. Football, basketball and
baseball teams, student band and
other social and athletic activities
are maintained.
| W. L. Jones; 8, Mike Malone,
I Athanasaw.
The daily double, which has been
a favorite with the betting fans,
will again be held this year and
will include the second and tou^h
races. The admission charge is
only twenty-five cents, which In-
cludes the tax. Part of the admis-
sion tax is devoted to Dade Coun-
tv Charities.
Officers Are
Installed
This photograph was taken
last Thursday night at the for-
mal installation banquet of the
Greater Miami Jewish Ceme-
tery Association. Standing in
the center of the picture are
Mr. I. L. Mintzer, president;
Mr. Manuel Rippa, first pres-
ident of the organization, and
Mr. W. L. Williams, retiring
president. Seated at the front
table are the Rabbis of Great-
er Miami and the officers of
the association.






Fmre Two
THB JEWISH TLOBIDIAN
Friday, November 80, H134
An important meeting of the
general membership of Beth David
Congregation was held last Sunday
night at its Talmud Torah Hal..
The Mortgage committee submit-
ted plans for the acquisition of a
cemetery plot whereby the mort-
gage would be refinanced and ap-
proval of the plan was voted. Fol-
lowing the business session a pro-
gram of entertainment was prc-
An important meeting of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation will
be held at the Synagogue next
Tuesday evening, when important
matters will be transacted. The
plans for the annual Chanuka card
party to be held Sunday, Decem-
ber 9th, will be announced, and the
date for the annual ball of the or-
ganization will be set. All mem-
At Burdines!
A New Section
for
Jewish Friends
i hi> special department, created by Burdine's
for their man} Jewish friends, is one more
gesture <>(' thought fulness for their conven-
ience in shopping. Located a step from the
elevators, on the Second Floor, you will find
many of the things that are an intrinsic part
of religious observances, as well as household
routines. Prices are well within moderation.
tin.
In time tor Chanukali
Chromium plated Chanukali Lamps 2.98
Brass Chanukah Lamps 1.98
Brass Chanukah Menoras ............ 2.98
Chanukah Draydells, each ...............02
And we have besides
Book Ends, pair .............. 2.98
Mezuzas, of tin ..........................................1">
Mezuzas, of olive wood...................................35
Talis, of silk ................................1.25 to 5.00
Talis, of wool ............................1.25 to 5.00
TfilinPalestine ......................................... 3.50
TfilinPolish ................................................ 2.50
Paper Caps ...........................................2 for .05
Skull Caps .......................................15 and .25
Chalah Cover.-. .................. .50 and 1.25
Earth Hags from Mt. Olive, Palestine.........75
Tapestries of Palestine.................................. 1.00
Jewish Child's Bible Stories by Altman.... 1.00
Sidurim ........................................................ 1.00
Jewish Juvenile Stories................................ 1.00
lit kiiinks, SECOND FLOOR
bers are urged to attend. Fol-
lowing the business session a so-
cial hour will be held.
* *
An Important meeting of the
Hoard of Directors of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation will
be held at the Synagogue next
Tuesday evening at 8:15 o'clock,
to which all members are invited
to be present. .Matters of impor-
tance will be considered.
*
Beth David Sisterhood is spon-
soring a card party at its Talmud
Torah Hall Wednesday evening,
December 12th, with Mesdames S.
Greif and M. Mechlowitz as the
hostesses. Prizes will be award-
ed for high scores and refresh-
ments will be served. The public
is invited to attend.
*
A meeting of the Greater Miami
Jewish Cemetery Association will
be held at the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation, 1545 S. W.
Third .--t.. on Wednesday evening,
December 6th, at 8:16 o'clock. The
meeting will be limited to dele-
gates of the affiliated institutions
only.
*
Rehearsals are being held for
Junior Hadasaah'a second annual
play, to l>e presented Monday eve-
ning, December loth. Miss Beady
Goldenblank is general chairman of
arrangements. The play is a three-
act comedy, "On the Hiring Line."
Mrs. (ipal Edouard Motter of the
I niversity of Miami is directing
: 'ay.
*
A > tnpo ium in which the local
Rabbi* I ing the Orthodox,
..nil Reform branches
of Jewry in Miami will participate
and < xpound their beliefs, will he
ll Kaplan Hail on T ,
evening, December 18th.
*
At the t'ii .-t meet ing of those in-
ed in the formation of the
< ins Women's Hebrew Associa-
tion of Greater .Miami was held
last Wednesday night at the elub-
rooma of the Y. M. H. A. Follow-
ing a discussion of the purposes
and plans, it was decided to
a call tor a meeting to effect a
permanent organization. This meet-
inir will be held Monday evening,
December 3rd, at the V. M. II. a .
beginning at s o'clock. Mrs. Jules
Wilson will be the presiding offi-
cer for this meeting. Following
the business meeting a social houi
will be ..pent and refreshments will
be served. Those interested in the
formation of a Young Women'.
Hebrew Association are asked to
attend.
*
The annual conference of the Or-
thodox and Conservative Rabbis
and Laymen of the State of Flor-
ida, the latter part of December,
will be held according to plans now
being discussed by the officers of
the association. The conference,
which met in Miami last year, voted
to hold the coming conference in
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EAT AT
j BegaTfl Kosher Restaurant !
507 LAURA ST.
| (Opposite Cohen Bros. Dept.
Store)
OPEN ALL HOURS
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, Tampa and St. Petersburg, and
elaborate entertainment will be
provided for the delegates attend-
ing. Definite plans will be an-
nounced by Rabbi Adolph Burger
at Tampa ad Mr. B. J. Cohen of
Orlando during the next week and
will appear in the next issue of
the Jewish Floridian.
* *
With the withdrawal from the
mayoralty race in Miami Beach of
John H. Levi came the announce-
ment of the candidacy of Louis F.
Snedigar, prominent attorney and
Miami Beach realtor, for the office.
Mr. Snedigar holds the record of
being the only man ever serving
three times in the office of Mayor
of Miami Beach, having served two
terms from 1922 to 1926, and from
1928 to 1930. He is making an ac-
tive campaign on his record of
achievement in office during his
three terms, part of which was
during the hectic boom period.
An enthusiastic meeting of
Miami Beach electors working for
bis election was held Tuesday night
at the Snedigar headquarter a:
Alton road and Fifthst. l.loyd M.
Graves presided.
Speakers included Baron de
Hirsch Meyer, Otto Stegeman and
Rose Weiss. They stressed the
capabilities of Mr. Snedigar and
bis qualities for holding office and
pointed out the enviable record he
established during three ten
mayor of the city.

On Sunday e\ ennjr, I li ci mber !,
the Ladies' Auxiliary .'' the Miami
h Orthodox Congregation is
tpensoring it.- annual Chanuka card
party and upper at the clubroomi
of ; he V"Uhc Met Iiebrew A
ciation at s. W. 5th .-t. ami 16th
.. i This will he the fourth an-
nual event and promisi a to ] one
of tin- outstanding events of the
season. Chanuka latkes will bi
"ii" of the features of the evening.
In charge of arrangements is a
committee consisting of Mesdamea
Julius Wilson. Nat Blumberg, Max
Rappaport and Mr. II. M. Drevich.
The public is invited to attend,
only a nominal charge being made.
<
Troop 6 of the Boy Scouts met
last Thursday at Kaplan Hall. A
demonstration of the prone [ire-
sure method of artificial respira-
tion was given by Assistant Scout-
master Zeientz. Rabbi Kaplan gave
an interesting talk on the value
if scouting in everyday life. Son;'..
were enjoyed and reports of the
recent patrol leaders' conf
were given. Dr. Frank Corel waa
chosen chairman of the troop com-
mittee.
*
Emunah Chapter, O. K. S. i.
sponsoring its annual charity ba.l
at the Pier, Miami Beach, next
Wednesday evening, December 5th.
A varied program of vaudeville and
special entertainment will he pro-
vided for the guests, in addition to
the regular floor show and the
dancing. In charge of an
ments are William Friedman ami
Mrs. Clara Fine. The public u
Urged to attend.
*
The children of the Sunday
school and Talmud Torah of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con.
tion will be presented in two Cha-
nuka plays, "The Enemies of U.
rael" and "The Knd of the Story,"
at the Synagogue on Sunday after-
noon, December 9, at 2:30 o'clock.
The public is invited to attend.
*
Mrs. Rose Klemptner of I
Pla., was a visitor this week at
Miami Beach with her parents, M..
and Mrs. Louis Gerson. Shi re-
turned to her home last Tu
Her mother left to spend some time
with her at Tampa.
*
Dr. M. R. .Morris is spend
few day.- with his mother in Sa-
vannah, Ga.
* *
The first meet ng of Beth
Bar Mitava Club will be held at
s a. in. Sunday morning :
Talmud Torah Hall. Following the
devotional services the meml
tho Club will he the gu<
Mr.-. Wm. Robinson, pi'
Kith David Sisterhood at break-
fast, honoring the fiftieth
ding anniversary of In i
in New York.
* *
Miss Rebecca Galoon,
worthy matron of Beacon I
o. I-;, s. of Baltimore, who
a delegate to the recent c<
tion of the Order in Tampa.
several days in Miami and was
the guest ,,f Mr. and Mrs. J. Louil
Shochet.

Mrs. Anna Koret/.ky and
Larry are .-pending the winter at
the London Arms, Miami Beach,
wlu re they will be joined later
by Mr. Koretzky. They returned
recently from a five months' tour
of Europe and expect to i
their permanent home here.
For Variety ia Bread
Use NEW YORK PRODUCTS
YOUR VOTK
And Support of
E. H.Griffith
for
CITY COUNCIL
Miami Heach
Will Be Greatly
Appreciated
(Paid Political Adv.)
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N ^ember 80, 1984
THE JEWISH FI.ORIUIAN
Page Three
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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BDITOBIAL umiKS
Phant Mill
J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor
FRKII K. BBOCHBT, t'irrulatlnn Manage,
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHM \\
Field Represer.tal
nd elan matter July 4, 1980. it the Pet Ofl
under the Act of March (,
rtKSt PALM BEACH
SAMUEL SCHUTZER
r tative
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS, M \, BENJAMIN
B tic Margol, the daughter
and Mrs. Oscar Margol, will
Phone 2-5304 Mr. Sam Gance of St.
at the home of hi r par-
ii lay evening, D< com
ng in an announce-
made this week. The Misses
I Rosi Lieber-
i th a party and
Wednesday night
i' the bride, which was
y a large number of
Js'i xl Sunday evening
Miss B mmons will give a
..'i honor of the bride.
Sense and Non-Sense
ORLANDO
IRENE BRAVERMAN
i: entntive
l \\li-\
MRS. M, II. Klsi.Ki:
Repn
WEST FLORIDA HI SINESS AGENT
s. G. AROSON
4209 Central Avo., Tampa, Fla.
SUBSCRIPTION
12.1),
FRIDAY, \m EMBER 30,
Vol. 7No. Is
1934
t>
irtment of literature of
' hi Ti mple Sisterhood met at the
Temple home last '1'no-day and
. iews by Mrs. Aaron
. who n viewed "Captain
and "So Red the Rose."
A social hour followed, during
whicl were served.
I shall pray for strength to keep
my mind temperate and my faith
tolerant. I propose to anchor my
feet to thu ground. And to equip
my mindno, not with a door that
has its latch-string outI want lo
go that one step better. 1 shall
order a pair of double-hinged
d.....- iik< those which designated
the beer Baloons in their heyday
and which .swing in for the sober
and out for the drunks. And there
Will be a mat at the entrance as
a hint that 1 want no mud tracked
In. And the word WELCOME will
be woven into the mat. And as 1
live, 1 shall try to 'listen and ta
learn
A Salutary Warning
In suspending a one-year prison sentence on V illiiim I..
McClaughlin, editor of the English section of the Deutsche
Zeitung, chief Nazi organ, and president of the company pub-
Bshing the paper, who was found guilt) of libeling a Jew
nil. indirectly, the whole Jewish people, on condition that
Ihe Deutsche Zeitung print a complete retraction and imme-
diate1} change its editorial policy, .Indue Franklin Taylor of
Brooklyn gave the Nazi movement in this country a terrific
wallop.
I v current issue of the Deutsche Zeitung not only apol-
ogize in Ihe .lew whom it had libeled, hut completely disas-
sociates itself from the Nazis, disowns Ihe Friends of the
New Germany and all other anti-Semitic groups and indorses
Ihe anti-Nazi policy.
Reeling from this blow, the Nazis have established a
new mouthpiece, the Deutsche Beobachter, which intends to
continue where the Deutsche Zeitung left off. Hut the ef-
lil "t the Deutsche Zeitung'a new policy and Judge Taylor's
urdict will be salutary and far-reaching. While they will
not hall Nazi propaganda, they will serve as a healthy warn-
ing which will most assuredly curtail the force and menace
l Nazi propaganda.
As we go t" press the annual
n Dance sponsored by
the Daughters of Israel (Sister-
Jacksonville Jewish
i being hi Id at the cen-
ter. Mrs. Hyman Selber is chair-
ed by Mes-
i:i iii. Sain DatZ, A. Selber, 15.
Si tier, S. Fletcher, 11. Safer, O.
Margol, I.. Goldberg, 1!. Chepenick,
S. Lasarow, II. Selber and II. Sil-
vers!
N< v Wednesday evening, De-
5th, Ci No. 8 of the
- tei hoi d is sponsoring a
danci and supper at the Calling
A number of specialty en-
nment will be presented dur-
ing the evening. In charge of ar-
Mrs. Arthur Meyer-
son, who ;- being assisted by Mrs.
ticket chairman:
Mrs. M. II. Witten, in charge of
nks; Mrs. Muni- Meyerson,
serving; Mrs. Joseph M. Glickstein,
. and Mrs. Harry Finkel-
stein.
BelleAmi has stie every con-
fidence in her fiance?
June Except that she fears he
will not show up at the church.
I know that I can never love a
tree
Because it makes a lot of work
for me.
In summertime it's full of ants
and bugs
Anil nasty little wriggling, crawl-
ing grubs;
Each fall it's dressed in colors
brown anil red.
Which signifies that life from it
hath fled.
Tis then that I commence to groan
and swear,
And scratch amid my locks of
graying hair.
The trees upon my ample lawn
have shed
Their myriad leaves, like blankets
on a bed.
And while the trees may lift their
arms to pray,
It's up to me- to rake those leaves
Encouraging News
Bj granting the Jewish Agency 9,700 labor immigration
certificates for the six-month period ending April I, 1935,
the largest number for an equivalent period in the history
1,1 Ihe British administration of Ihe Jewish Homeland, the
Palestine Government appears to have embarked on a more
constructive policy with regard to the development of Pal-
estine. Zionist leaders have long been at odds with the Pal-
estine government and the colonial office because of their
niggardly dispensation of immigration certificates despite the
shortage of labor in Palestine and the steadily increasing ab-
sorptive capacity of the country. The Palestine government
would never have allocated 9,700 certificates il Palestine
could not readily absorb at least twice thai number.
I his encouraging development has given rise to a well-
founded impression in official Zionist circles that the Hntisli
government and its representatives in Palestine are steadily
moving toward more positive co-operation with the .lewisn
tawcy. Ihis new attitude, which is being manifested in
"vers ways, is unquestionably the result of the patient anrj
ul diplomatic negotiations of the Jewish Agency, union
Ire now beginning lo show definite results.
Mr. SnoodleHenpecked, eh? I
thought he could lick his weight in
wildcats'.'
Mrs. SnoodleHe can, but his
wife is a bear.
FootpadI'm so sorry to have
to rob you, old top, but I'm your
divorced wife's husband and you
know how extravagant she is.
The HaberdasherOne collar,
la1- '.' Yes, sir. Will you have one
just like you're wearing?
Ihe CustomerNo, I want a
clean one.
Large scandals from small talk
often grow.
Being born great carries no as-
surance with it that a man will be
great at the finish.
The owner of a barking dog is
always the first to complain of the
noise made by the neighbor's chil-
dren.
A pysician Bays that women sel-
dom talk in their sleep. Of course
they don't; the organ of speech
must have an occasional rest.
Beth El will be held Sunday eve-
ning, December 9. An interesting
program has been arranged. Dr.
George Gilmour, pastor of United
Liberal Church, will be guest
speaker. The children of religious
school will present a playlet,
"What's Tonight?" by Grossman.
Orlando Notes
St. Petersburg
Notes
Rabbi William II. Ros< nblatt will
speak before Temple Israel of
Miami Friday, November 30, on
behalf of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations.
X|. Sisterhood >>f Temple Beth
|.;i held il- annual caki sale o.l
November -7 in front of the Jew-
elry Exchange at 6th and Central
ave.
Last week Rabbi Rosenblatt
spoke before tin Women's Union
of United Liberal Church on 'A
I Consumer's Economy." And at the
, Sabbath service. November 23, on
"A Solution to an Eternal Prob-
lem."
Friday night services at Cong.
Bnai Israel will be held with
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld speaking
on "Revivalism Religious, Na-
tional and Individual." He will
use for his text, F./.ckiel XX.W I,
26 and -7. Jerome Goldberg, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldberg
will conduct the first part of the
services.
the usual four.
Jacksonville News
Mr, Solomon
of t|U.
both the
E. Cherniak, a
Teachers' Insti-
Jewish Theolog-
i
and the Yeshiva Col-
and of the City College of
Tonight Chaplain E. Edwards of
St. Peter's Episcopal Church will
!. the first guesl speaker at Tem-
ple Beth El. He will speak on
The Maccabean Victory." This
begins a series of inter-faith ex-
changes, a policy for promoting
more IMendlj relation.- between
various faiths in St. Petersburg.
Mr. Sam llrsch will read the
sen ice.
A,, important meeting of the La-
dies' Hebrew Aid Societj
Aged Home was held
last week,
when reports of the activities were
presented. Mrs. J. Diamond is
chairman of the December card
party. Mr,, s. Lasarow u chair-
man' for the anniversary ban,,.,.,
installation of officers to b.
n February. Following: the
i me business meeting !>-
"ville Jewish Center aid m ..... of her recent t.*p toMjJJ
^ teaching of the Hebrew school, and then P>*!nted ho
inning I..1 Monday, sb Cas.es gifts to .1- officers. ,J
ir" being taught dailv instead of followed, in charge ol Kesd.n>
anil
y .. aim
e* York, was named assistant to ne|,j
:aM,i D. 11. Margolis of th.' .lack
on Friday, December 7. the Sis-
terhood of Beth El Temple will
h,,ld its annual Sisterhood service,
with Mrs. E. I'. McAfee guest
speaker. Mrs. McAfee has just
returned from abroad, where she
wa- actively engaged with work
concerning Jewish refugees of Ger-
many.
On tin- same .late Rabbi Rosen-
blatt will be guest speaker at
Schaarei Zedek Congregation of
Tampa, celebrating their fortieth
anniversary.
The coffee klatsch and entertain-
ment given by the Ladies Auxiliary
and Aid Society last Thursday
night was a splendid success. Mr;.
Oscar Silverman was chairman of
the arrangements committee.
A Chanuka play, a musical drama
will be presented by th children of
the religious school of Cong. Bnfi
Israel shortly under the direction
of Rabbi Kleinfield who wrote the
musical score for the play. Full
details will appear in the next
issue of the Jewish Floridian.
Among those attending Home-
coming at Gainesville were: TTTir-ses
Beatrice Lieberman, Dorothy Bm-
ker, Mrs. s. Klepper, Mrs. J. Ros-
en, Mr. Sol Wittcnstcin.
Services weri' held at Cong.
Ohev Sholem Friday night with
Rabbi H. Safer conducting. He de-
livered an address on "The Tw)
Bridges." Mr. S. Zigoren took
charge of the re.-ponsive reading.
Following services refreshments
were served in the vestry rooms.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Kottelman of
Sanford were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. M. H. Block Sunday.
Mrs. L. Katz of Providence, R.
I., is visiting her daughter and
son. Mrs. W. BerkowitZ and Mr.
i: KatZ, and grandchildren, Ruth
Shirley and Joseph BerkowitZ.
Mrs. I. Coplon entertained re-
cently at her home with a bridge.
Refreshments were attractively
served.
B'nai B'rith Orlando Ixidge 1043
held a meeting in the vestry rooms
of the Cong. Ohev Sholem Tues-
day. President B. J. Cohen pre-
sided.
Ihe Chanuka Roll of Temple
At the last meeting of the
Junior Council of Jewish Women
plans were made for the annual
December dance sponsored by the
organization every year. The
dame will be held at the Roman
Pools Casino. Step N'ewsy enter-
tained with several numbers. Harry
Ad. Non played the ukele. The
next Board meeting of the organ-
ization will be held at the home
of Miss Rose Coodmark, 458 N. W.
4th st. on next Tuesday evening,
Decmbr 4th at 8 p. m.
The board of Cong. Ohev Sholem
met Sunday morning in the study
of the Synagogue. A meeting of
the Cong, was held Sunday night.
Nomination of officers took place.
The president was authorized to
take initial steps to formulate
plans to liquidate the mortgage on
the Synagogue within 12 months.
Mis. M. Blattner and her house
guest, Mrs. S. Spielman of Balti-
more, have returned from a week-
end trip to Miami. Mrs. B. Sny-
der of Baltimore is also visiting
Mrs. Blattner.


Page Four
THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN
Friday, November .'{0, 1934
Jtaiio #gna^o^ Bulletin
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Founder nh:ik'"K' of America
SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOl), MIAMI, FLORIDA
Nothing is good or bad, but thinking malMS
elf! I.oiik about yon with open eyes and in
Vol. IV.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25. 1934
No. 50
"Gratitude and Receptivity"
Scriplure Reading, Deuteronomy, Chapter VIII. Verses 17. IK, and
Psalms. Chapter CXXVII, Verses 1, 2
Thursday of this coming week will he observed throun'iout thi
nation as Thanksgiving Day. On previous occasions I have pointed out
tnat thi Jew does not set aside any particular day, any one day in the
year, as a day for giving thanks in God, but that every day. .
wakeful moment of one's life, must he filled with a consciousness of
our {.latitude to God, of the debt we owe Him. But, it is e;.....i prac-
tice, as established by tin Puritan Fathers, to set aside at least one
day when we can give concentrated thought to thankfulness. We are
prone to take so much of what comes our way for granted that our
emotions do nut respond tn gratitude.
The observant Jew -tarts his day at the first flutter of opening
eyelids, with the words of the prayer "Modeh oni." It is a prayer of
gratitude to God for having restored the soul into the body. This sense
ni thankfulness continues throughout the day and is found also in the
prayer at retiring for a night of restful sleep, when the soul is again
entrusted to God.
Were I. in the manner of the physicist, formulating laws and form-
ulas, l would say that "Receptivity is in direct proportion to gratitude."
You cannot go through life with a poverty complex and be the recipient
of God's bounties. You cannot bear a sense of ingratitude, of dissat-
isfaction, of displeasure with life, and a feeling that God or the pow-
ers that be hav< wronged you and .-till hold open the avenue to receive
the good and the enriching tilings of lite. Only in direct proportion tu
Hie harmonious waves of gratitude, appreciation and enjoyment of
what you have, that emanate from you, will additional bounties flow
towards you. There i.- an attraction in gratitude. We might say
thai good has an affinity for gratitude, and. just a- certain chemical
1K111, 11;- have an affinity for one another and unite in known ratios
p;jd proportions, ju-t so does the wealth of God's bounty seek to unite
vv.ili gratitude. It is repelled by ingratitude,
Take your personal reactions a.- an example. Are you anxious I
glee further assistance to one who has demonstrated his ingratitude
li r past favors? or do you prefer to heap your favors upon one who
\$ appreciative of what you do? The iiigrato is repulsive to you. You
o.niiiu get yourself to do more for him, be the ca.-e ever -o deserving.
No matter how kind a nature you may possess, there appears I
s.,ioi obstruction, some obstacle to the free and even 1'lmv of 1
bounties in his direction. The converse Is true of your inclination
lowprdp the grateful person, You seek way.- and mean- of being help-
ful m him. Your g.....Inesq :- attract, d by the gratitude of tile recip-
ient. Therefore, in accordance with the law which I have mentioned,
"Receptivity is in direct proportion to gratitude,"
There arc some whose fortunes are no) of the best. They may
r,eii have ju.-t claim.- to classification among the least fortunate. Bu:,
they 'lo imt have the right to giumlile and to he ungrateful. Even they
should bt thankful. The Rabbis have taught that men should thank
God .-like for evil ami for good. God does everything well. The Sage,
Rabbi Akivah, remarked, "All that the All-Merciful One does, He does
fir the best." God does everything well, though we mortals, with our
imperfect faculties, are not always able to perceive the harmony that,
lies beneath life'.- jarring notes, to discern "the soul of good in "things
evil."
It is a peculiar trait in man to blame God for his .,ui lot In life
and to take unto himself the full credit for Ins BUCCess and wealth.
Fairness demands that the- credit and the blame be placed at the sanK'
door. God should be thanked for His part in our success. We shou
share in the blame for our failure.
I have heard the expression that "So-and-so was born with .1
. olden or silver spoon in his mouth." j have never seen .-uch an actual
case. The same degree of success awaits you as doe.- tlie next fellow,
It'.- up to you to utilize tin- God-given power* you po.-se.-s. to attract
.-nice: s jiiid wealth to you.
Muling OU.1 to, the present matters of health, which, in truth,
constitute our greatest wealth, Wl shall con,.111 ourselves briefly with
the desire uppermost in the minds of the average man ami woman
wealth, rub.-, worldly goods. That caU8e8 more envy than do sOCial
standing, literary or scholastic attainment.-, or oii| -landing contribu-
tions to human welfari A ......In i,m of financial wealth is possible for
almost everyone. It 1- .....e--Hry to plan one's life. A margin, be it
pver s.i narrow, must l,e set up between earnings and expenditures.
That surplus should be saved to secure some protection from want
When emergencies arise. There is no sense of security and peace that
is akin to the knowledge that, reposing in some safe bank, Is a nest-
gg for the proverbial "rainy.day," or for old age,
Your health, likewise, peed.- planning. To neglect your physical
body, to abuse it, and then, when sickness overtakes you, to blame'God,
docs not seem fair and Just. To put forth little effort in your em-
ployment or business and then to bark at the heels of the man who
outstrips you because he has applied himself t his tasks also seems
unjust. To blame God, to be ungrateful for the opportunities you have
neglected, will not bring you money, health or belated success unless
you mend your way.-. And. 1 he first step 1- to ".-nap out of it." ......., ,,
those gates of gratitude wide, to admit the good that is. Mrmeatinfl
the atmosphere all about you to enter your conactovisneaa.
Would it be fair to accuse Go,| gf foiling t have sent forth the
un when you, sit. t high noon, in a room with windows shuttered
and shades drawn? It is equally unfair to yourself to repell, to ward
off the, good that comes towards you by a frame of mind in which in-
gratitude predominates. Quit grumbling and complaining! Get rid
of that poverty complex!
it so. Stop pitying youl
open mind. Yu'll find much lor which to be thankful. Once you ac-
quire the habit of gratitude, you'll begin to enjoy life, and, in the
vernacular, "Things will eomc your way." Attract good through g.....I
toughts and good will come your way. It is yours for the asking
yours if you will admit it. Open wide the gates of gratitude on
Thanksgiving I'ay and every day.
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Tampa Notes
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Sam Rosenfarb was elected com-
manding officer of the (bevra Kad-
disha of Tampa at a meeting
Thursday night at the home of 1.,.
Gordon, 2815 Jefferson st.
Rabbi Adolph Burger was elect-
ed chairman and I.. Gordon first
vice-president; -I. Milchman, sec-
ond vice-president; 11. I'earlman,
treasurer, and S. Bokar, secretary.
Norman Cannella, Ivia Scadron
and party, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Kes-ler, Mr. and Mrs. (). Marcus,
Dr. and .Mrs. Dan llachelson and
others.
A- we go to press the Merry Fel-
low- Club is holding its third an-
nual dance at the Davis Islands
Country Club.
Among those attending arc: Mr.
and Mrs. S. Zinkow and party, Mr.
and Mrs. X. Lutz, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Cohen and party, Mr. and
Mr.-. Fred Perlman, Mr. and Mrs,
M. Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. 1..
Shear, Mr. and Mis. Morris Ben-
nett and party.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kirchick,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Steinberg, Mr.
and Mrs, A. ISilgore. Mr. and Mrs.
Louis U'ellhouse. Krnest Mnas, jr.,
Ed Byck, Leon Weisberg, Mr. and
Mr-. AI Weiss and party, Mr. and
Mr.-. H. Fyvolent, Mr. and Mr;.
I.mi Solomon of St. Petersburg. Mi.
and Mrs. M. ("man. Don Fine, M.
Segal, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Salsbuiy
of Yakima, Wash.
I.on Rifkln of Lakeland and
party, gyd Schwartz and Nat K--
troff of Plant City, Dr. and Mrs
1.011 Rosen, Mr. and Mrs. living
Rosen, St. Petersburg; Mr. ami
Mr-. Jack Sdar and party, Lake-
land; Mr. and Mrs. Nat Schneider,
Jacob Jacobs, 82, of 2309 Ridge-
wood avenue, a resident of Flor-
ida for L'L' years, died Friday night
at in o'clock at a hospital. A na-
me i.r Charleston, S. C, he moved
to Giaceville, Pla., in 1912 and op-
erated a mercantile business there
for I." year-. He moved to Tallinn
in 1926.
Survivors are two daughters,
Mrs, Sam /.bar ami .Mrs. Abe Zbar,
Tampa; three sons. Theodore Ja-
cobs, Tampa; Samuel II. and Floyd
Jacobs, Charleston; a sister, Miss
Sarah Jacob-, Charleston; three
brothers, Lou and Sam Jacobs,
Charleston, and Nathan Jacobs,
Atlantic City, and three grand-
children, Marcus, Allen and Flora
Jean /.bar, Tampa.
Mr. Jacob- was a member of the
Masonic lodge at Charleston, where
the funeral will be held Monday.
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Friday
, November 30, 1934
THE JEWISH FLORID1AM
Pace Kit*
icmt
a result of h 1 rnoon :':' danc>ng, novel entertainment was Harold Farkas, Jess Lasky, Sidney
was interred i th ***** '' With S' S" ('0,(lstrom Arnold, Dr. M. R. Morris, Jack Kir-
..,',' I,,,;,",'" ry "! act>ng a- master of ceremonies, chik, Abe Aronovitz, Dr. and Mrs.
uk Jewish ( ongregation at Sa- The i
vannah, following imprei
annual award of a turkey was B. Margolis, Mr. and Mrs. William
won by Win. Macintosh, with the Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs. Sydney
Tn, Miami Jewish Orthodox Con- ,rft g U0*(Ja> -Ml > Roskin pri* for the dance contest going Weintraub and Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
Tee Steinberg and Alfred Elliott,
tu, Ali-irr 1 -lewisri uiuiuuua v^oii- *, -----..... r..^ .... m, .mini; toiiteai. ^ ,1,'ion will begin its late Fri- J" "?g hlr' a ^sband and to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rose, Miss Goldstein.
E^ing -rvices next Friday *"* ***"* '" Tee Steinbor. nd Alf. R,M
tvoning
December 6th at 8.15 p.m.
n a special Chanuka program
nil be presented, and a sermon
. tde Holiday will be preached
to Rabbi Julius Washer.
*
Mr. E. II- Griffith, manager of
... Win. I'enn Hotel, Miami
Beach, who is out of the city at-
:ending a convention of hotelmen,
. nuking an active campaign for
election to the City Council of
Mami Beach and is receiving
inch favorable response as the
campaign progresses. With the
losing hi the lists last Tuesday,
he qualifications of the candi-
listers and brothers.
Max Schemer and Miss Goldberg Honoring Governor-elect Harry
* Arrangements for this most sue- Nice and Mrs. Nice of Maryland,
Miss Lillian Dock, daughter of cessful financial and social event Mr. and Mrs. M. Rubin entertained
Mrs. Rose Dock, left last week for were in charge of a committee at theire home in Shenandoah Fri-
a LO-day business trip to New headed by Mrs. Sol Rotfort who day night. Other Maryland guests
" Clly- worked untiringly. Mrs. Rotfort included Senator and Mrs. Harry 0.
hat been chairman of this annual I.evin, Mr. and Mrs. D. London,
The presence of grand officers .vent for the past four years. As- Harry Nice, jr., Mrs. R. Ewald, Mr.
of the grand chapter of Florida, sisting here were Miss Ida Safer, and Mrs. R. Irvine, Miss Gladys and Mrs. Julius Simpson. A mem-
Order of Eastern Mar, marked the Miss Sylvia Rayvis and Mrs. Sadye Terangani, Charles Green, Lewis bership tea will be given in Jan-
birthday banquet given by Mrs. G. Rose. O'Donnell and R. Katts. | uary.
Lena Simon, worthy matron of Miamians attending were Dr. and The following groups will meet
Emunah chapter, 0. E. S., last Mi. Nat Wolf, vice president of Mrs. Max Dobrin, Mr. and Mrs. next week: Book review, Mrs. J. N.
Mrs. Sydney Weintraub, presi-
dent of the Miami Chapter, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
was elected to represent the coun-
cil at the fourteenth triennial con-
vention of the National Council in
New Orleans, March 10, at a meet-
ing Wednesday at the Mark store.
Alternates include Mrs. II. I. Ma-
Kid and Mrs. Morris Albright. Mrs.
Magid, membership chairman, an-
nounced the following new mem-
bers: Mrs. Alfred Stone, Mr. Jack
Olshen, Mrs. Jleanette Goodkow-
sky, Mrs. H. Barnhardt, Mrs. Ben-
jamin Levine, Mrs. Augustus Stone
Monday evening at the Alcazar the Hillcrcst Distilling Co., wag
hotel, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis
Guests were seated at long tables Shochet for the week-end.
strewn with autumn flowers and *
covers were marked with favors Mr. and Mrs. Albin Czech of
who are aspiring for office and souvenir programs. Edward Miami Beach entertained Tuesday
eceiving closer attention from i Rickard, husband of Nancye L. night at their home with a bridge inK held by frinds of A. Fra
the voters. Friends of Mr. Grif-1 Rickard, worthy grand matron, for a number of friends, honoring Katzentine, Mayor of Miami Bea
Ms. Samuel Simonhoff.
*
A number of large public meet-
'rank
each
:';th point to the fact that as One I gave the invocation, followed by Mr. and Mrs. Al Nadler, whose wno is campaigning for re-elec-
iatimatly associate with the hotel | an address of welcome by Mrs. marriage was recently announcd. tjon, during the past weeks re-
sulted in enthusiastic endorsement
j of his record of the past two
years. Mr. Katzentine is waging an
active campaign for the office, and
points to his fearlessness in office
in championing movements for th
good of the City of Miami Beach
as the reason for the present
standing of the city as regards its
Harry Rubin, Harry Simonhoff, Morris, chairman, with Mrs. Sam
Mr. and Mrs. S. Basker, Mr. and uel Aronovitz on Wednesday; child
Mrs. Harry Freeman and Mr. and study, Mrs. Alpert, chairman, with
Mrs. J. A. Richter, December 11;
public speaking, Mrs. Weintraub,
chairman, with Mrs. Lewis Brown
at 2:30 p. m. tomorrow. The coun-
cil will meet at 2:30 p. m. Wednes-
day at the McAllister Hotel.
od apartment business he has that j Simon. The guests of honor were pre-
bwwledge of probably the most Among guests introduced were -' nted with a beautiful gift. At a
.mportant single business on the Ellen Deer, stale grand deputy; late hour a buffet supper was
Btach, that warrants one of its Ruth Speight.-, grand conductress; served. Among those present
leaders to be elected to the City pearl William.-, grand treasurer; were: Mesdames P. Blum, R. Blum,
Council. In making his campaign Helen Colgrove, grand warder; a!'d L La ser, all of Chicago, Mrs.
he has advocated a number of im- Mary Barker, Joseph Pine Mrs. Leifer, Mr, and Mrs. Nat Wil-
rtant measures for the better- Hyman, Mis: Bertha Mendelson; liams, Miss Sylvia Miller, Miss
!' the City's conditions and Bernard J. Simon, Mrs. VUvian Mildred Dreisen, Mr. and Mrs. S.
r its improvement. Gross, Mr Meyer Schwartz, Sid- '' ''' ^'r- al"' ^'ls- bonded indebtedness and tax rate,
* ,.y Palmer, Alberl Ba ly Miller. as a reason why he should be re-
Senior Hadassah will sponsor a patron of Emunah chapter; turned to office. His friends urge
Eve Ball this year as Olga Schwartz. Mrs, A. Mendelson Beth Jacob Sisterhood is spon- that he has at all times been pro-
t has in the past several years. and others. Each made a brief ",M- a benefil brid*6 "" m'xt gressive and has made the Mayor's
. address complin Monday evening, December 3rd, at 10ffice, a real one.
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i and prizes wil
Th Gym Class sponsored by Mrs. worthy mati
: rtha Berkowich Levy, whose
re devoted to the relief !\
th. Jewish Welfare Bu- N. v.. i- visiting .n. awarded for high scores. Every
mi, ga Pajama party brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. i
of Mr-. Levy, 1626 la] ; aport.
W. If on Monday evening
lining at 8 p.m. The late Friday nighl
public is invited to at- al The Miami Jewish 0
li charge of arrangement ion will begin wil
e Miles, chairman, pecial program nexl Pi day nigh:,.
\. E. Rosenthal, Julian December 7th at 8:15 p. m., under
direction of Rabbi Jul us
Washer.
i, P. Scheinberg, Sam Arono-
''' E ) i edman, Sam Kirstein
I Henry Bulbin.

d Sisterhood is spon-
ring its annual Chanuka Play in
the children of the Talmud
Sunday school will par
thi ml .mdi::g
urrent season. In
- a com-
|i d by Mi b. D. W si *.
chairman, who is being ass. ted lij! '
Mrs. Jean Bi and Mrs. 'uj
public is urged to at- I
;.
In. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz
tail d at their home Friday
Mr. Ma:, Rai urman.il m^n wit|] a party honoring her
Board of "" : !l"' brother, Manfred Avrack, of New
Miami Jewish Orthodox < ongrcga- V(||k A buffe( gupper waa Berved.
tion will entertain the members GuegU 1|U.lll(,(,,l m1m Florence
of the Board and the Rabbi at a ArnoWi Miga Mildred Lasky, Miss
'Pate at the Beth David Talmud chanuka party, the first night of G|adys Max, Miss Jessica Pearbnan,
rah Hall, Sunday, December 9th Chanuak, Sunday evening. Decem- Migg SyUia Miller, Miss Irene and
H p. in. Miss Rose Dubler is
the play.

'! G. 1/ wis. chairman of
';' and Means Committee
ladies Auxiliary of the
Welfare Bureau has called
ting of her committee at
"Plan Hall for next Monday
"orning, December 8rd, at 11 a. m.
^consider important matters for
m" We fare of the organization.
"nbers of the committee are
M. Cowen, H. E. Klei-
n'a". R. II. Miles, J. Simpson, B.!
* '-'.. Morrtis Dabler, Harry'
Huffman, Julian Steinau, Chas.
"wnfild, Larry Fay, H. I. Homu,
""ton Wedner, Norman Kausch,
an *
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' Savannah early this week to the I
Wide of her sister, Mrs. Bernard!
ber 2nd, at bis home. Mjgg Svivia palT) Miss Lillian
Chisling, Miss Reggie Goldstein,
Mrs. R. Rotfort, accompanied by M i; ,. Besvinick, Miss Helen
her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. parkag| Mi>s Esther Segal, Arline
and Mrs. R. Ginsberg and their AronovjtZ( Miss Josephine Alex-
son, of Cleveland, Ohio, are visit- .in(l(,,. William Green, Leon Green
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city.
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ins at the Tivoli Theatre Sunday.
The picture, a multi-star extrav-
aganza, brings to the screen an
Services tonight will begin at
8:15 p .m. and will be addressed
by Rabbi William H. Rosenblatt
of Temple Beth El of St. Pters-
burg, Fla., who will be the guesi
speaker. He will address the con-
gregation on "The Union- of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations." The
public is invited to attend.
There will be a special meeting
of the Board at 7:80 Friday even-
ing to meet the young Rabbi.
The Feast of Chanukkah, which
begins Saturday evening and lasts
for eight days, will be celebrated
both on December 2 and 'J with
special programs.
"The Thin Man," Mctro-Gold-
wyn- Mayer-Cosmopolitan picture,
which opens Sunday at the Seventh
Avenue Theatre, is one at the best
unusual pictures to come out of
Hollywood in many a long day.
A detective mystery, it presents
William Powell in the finest and
most amusing sleuthing role of his
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
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1545 S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
Friday evening services begin
at 5.30 p. m. Saturday morning
services begin promptly at 9 a. ra.
with the Mincha service at 5 p. m.
followed by Maariv services. Sun- '
day school meets every Sunday
morning at 10 a. m. at the Y.
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classes meet every day at the
Synagogue from 3 to 6 p. m.
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nine o'clock on Sunday morning
on "Leaders and Misleaders." The
sermon will be dedicated to Cha-
nukah, the b'east of Maccabees. In
addition to the sermon there wi!l
be prayers, scripture reading, and
a question box.
The Junior Council of Jewish
Women met at the Ponce de Leon
Hotel Tuesday night,
giving program was
Rose Goodmark review*1
"The Goose Man," by
and Mrs. William Elr
reading, "We Give Tl
Thanksgiving prayer wl
Mrs. Bessie WernekoffJ
Wcinstein presided.
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MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Early services begin at 5:30 with
the late services following at 8
p. m. The late services will be
in charge of the Junior Congre-
gation, and Irving Ginsburg will
chant the service. Junior Rabbi,
Peritz Scheinberg will introduce
Jerome Weinkle, first president of
the Junior Congregation, who will
speak on "Are we fulfilling our
duty to God?" Rabbi Shapiro will
speak briefly. Those taking part
are Jeanette Kronenfeld, John
Kronenfeld, Hyman Merlin, Morgan
Levy, Jack Mendel, Robert Roth-
lein, Ira Sellevan, Molly Horowitz,
Thelma Gropper and Alvin Ba-
danes. Saturday morning services
begin at 8:30 a. m.
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Maureen O'Sullivan does well
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in the story.
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jgj*g***J Friday November 30, 1934 THE JEWISH FLORID1AM Pace KIT* icmt a result of h 1 rnoon : : danc >ng, novel entertainment was Harold Farkas, Jess Lasky, Sidney was interred i th ***** '' With S S ( 0,(lstrom Arnold, Dr. M. R. Morris, Jack Kir..,',' I,,,;,",'" ry a ct>ng amaster of ceremonies, chik, Abe Aronovitz, Dr. and Mrs. UK Jewish ( ongregation at SaThe i vannah, following imprei annual award of a turkey was B. Margolis, Mr. and Mrs. William won by Win. Macintosh, with the Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Tn Miami Jewish Orthodox Con, rft g U0 (Ja > Ml > %  Roskin pri* for the dance contest going Weintraub and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Tee Steinberg and Alfred Elliott, TU, Ali-irr 1 -lewisri UIUIUUUA V^OII, *, r ..^ .... m, .mini; toiiteai. ^s Esther Segal, Arline and Mrs. R. Ginsberg and their Aronov j tZ( Miss Josephine Alexson, of Cleveland, Ohio, are visit. in(l( ,,. William Green, Leon Green ing her son and daughter-in-law, Edmund Friedman, Douglas Raff, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rotfort, of this city. Adults 20c—Children 10c Boa Office Opcni Bundaj 5:46 P. H. Sunday-Monday, Dec. 2-3 WILLIAM POWELL MVKNA I.OY The iT.in Man White Oak Leather HALF SOLES .50c LADIES' HEELS 15c Atlantic Shoe Shop S4* N. B. First Aveaae Opp. Cortes Hotel SEND YOUR LAUNDRY TO THB HOME SERVICE Laundry BOT H. Tt.BNEB, Tn* llll 8. W. i:k SU TkaM l-SSM WB CALL FOR AND DELIVEI More than four hundred people attended the annual Turkey Trot sponsored by the Junior Hadassah at the Pior, Miami Beach, last I Sunday night. In addition to the AMBULANCE SERVICE AHEBN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHEBN, Pres. 1349 West Flakier Street Telephone 2-2211 B> Roslci '" %  0* that city. Mrs. RosRABBI D. CLEIN Of New York Has Been Appointed Our MASHGIACH T.MIDI Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom, and is in Constant Supervision oOo You Are Sure of the Finest in KOSHER MEATS AND POULTRY When You Buy at Miami Beach Kosher Market 329 Collins Ave. MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-2026 FREE DELIVERY The Beat There Is •>EW YORK PUMPERNICKEL A. FRANK KATZENTINE Mayor of Miami Beach On every occasion has furthered the best interests of .Miami Beach as evidenced by the PROGRESSIVE record of his two years of administration and his splendid series of outstanding achievements in that period. FOR TWO MORE YEARS OF ACTIVE AND PROGRESSIVE ADMINISTRATION OF THE MAYOR'S OFFICE VOTE FOR A. Frank Katzentine December 18th (Paid Political Adv.) (Paid for by Katzentine Campaign Committee) \2io S. W. EIGHTH ST PHONE 2-7529 The Best in Groceries, Meats, Fruits and Vegetables



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Page Four THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN Friday, November .'{0, 1934 Jtaiio #gna^o^ Bulletin Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Founder nH:IK'"K' of America SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOl), MIAMI, FLORIDA Nothing is good or bad, but thinking malMS elf! I.oiik about yon with open eyes and in Vol. IV. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25. 1934 No. 50 "Gratitude and Receptivity" Scriplure Reading, Deuteronomy, Chapter VIII. Verses 17. IK, and Psalms. Chapter CXXVII, Verses 1, 2 Thursday of this coming week will he observed throun'iout thi nation as Thanksgiving Day. On previous occasions I have pointed out tnat thi Jew does not set aside any particular day, any one day in the year, as a day for giving thanks in God, but that every day. wakeful moment of one's life, must he filled with a consciousness of our {.latitude to God, of the debt we owe Him. But, it is e; i practice, as established by tin Puritan Fathers, to set aside at least one day when we can give concentrated thought to thankfulness. We are prone to take so much of what comes our way for granted that our emotions do nut respond tn gratitude. The observant Jew -tarts his day at the first flutter of opening eyelids, with the words of the prayer "Modeh oni." It is a prayer of gratitude to God for having restored the soul into the body. This sense ni thankfulness continues throughout the day and is found also in the prayer at retiring for a night of restful sleep, when the soul is again entrusted to God. Were I. in the manner of the physicist, formulating laws and formulas, l would say that "Receptivity is in direct proportion to gratitude." You cannot go through life with a poverty complex and be the recipient of God's bounties. You cannot bear a sense of ingratitude, of dissatisfaction, of displeasure with life, and a feeling that God or the powers that be hav< wronged you and .-till hold open the avenue to receive the good and the enriching tilings of lite. Only in direct proportion tu Hie harmonious waves of gratitude, appreciation and enjoyment of what you have, that emanate from you, will additional bounties flow towards you. There i.an attraction in gratitude. We might say thai good has an affinity for gratitude, and. just acertain chemical 1K111, 11;have an affinity for one another and unite in known ratios p;jd proportions, ju-t so does the wealth of God's bounty seek to unite vv.ili gratitude. It is repelled by ingratitude, Take your personal reactions a.an example. Are you anxious I glee further assistance to one who has demonstrated his ingratitude li r past favors? or do you prefer to heap your favors upon one who \$ appreciative of what you do? The iiigrato is repulsive to you. You o.niiiu get yourself to do more for him, be the ca.-e ever -o deserving. No matter how kind a nature you may possess, there appears I S.,IOI obstruction, some obstacle to the free and even 1'lmv of 1 bounties in his direction. The converse Is true of your inclination lowprdp the grateful person, You seek way.and meanof being helpful m him. Your g Inesq :attract, d by the gratitude of tile recipient. Therefore, in accordance with the law which I have mentioned, "Receptivity is in direct proportion to gratitude," There arc some whose fortunes are no) of the best. They may r,eii have ju.-t claim.to classification among the least fortunate. Bu:, they 'lo imt have the right to giumlile and to he ungrateful. Even they should bt thankful. The Rabbis have taught that men should thank God .-like for evil ami for good. God does everything well. The Sage, Rabbi Akivah, remarked, "All that the All-Merciful One does, He does fir the best." God does everything well, though we mortals, with our imperfect faculties, are not always able to perceive the harmony that, lies beneath life'.jarring notes, to discern "the soul of good in "things evil." It is a peculiar trait in man to blame God for his .,ui lot In life and to take unto himself the full credit for Ins BUCCess and wealth. Fairness demands that thecredit and the blame be placed at the sanK' door. God should be thanked for His part in our success. We shou share in the blame for our failure. I have heard the expression that "So-and-so was born with .1 olden or silver spoon in his mouth." j have never seen .-uch an actual case. The same degree of success awaits you as doe.tlie next fellow, It'.up to you to utilize tinGod-given power* you po.-se.-s. to attract .-nice: s jiiid wealth to you. Muling OU.1 to, the present matters of health, which, in truth, constitute our greatest wealth, Wl shall con,.111 ourselves briefly with the desire uppermost in the minds of the average man ami woman wealth, rub.-, worldly goods. That caU8e8 more envy than do sOCial standing, literary or scholastic attainment.-, or oii| -landing contributions to human welfari A In i,m of financial wealth is possible for almost everyone. It 1e -H ry to plan one's life. A margin, be it pver s.i narrow, must l,e set up between earnings and expenditures. That surplus should be saved to secure some protection from want When emergencies arise. There is no sense of security and peace that is akin to the knowledge that, reposing in some safe bank, Is a nest•gg for the proverbial "rainy.day," or for old age, Your health, likewise, peed.planning. To neglect your physical body, to abuse it, and then, when sickness overtakes you, to blame'God, docs not seem fair and Just. To put forth little effort in your employment or business and then to bark at the heels of the man who outstrips you because he has applied himself t„ his tasks also seems unjust. To blame God, to be ungrateful for the opportunities you have neglected, will not bring you money, health or belated success unless you mend your way.-. And. 1 he first step 1to ".-nap out of it." ., ,, those gates of gratitude wide, to admit the good that is. Mrmeatinfl the atmosphere all about you to enter your conactovisneaa. Would it be fair to accuse Go,| gf foiling t „ have sent forth the un when you, sit. t high noon, in a room with windows shuttered and shades drawn? It is equally unfair to yourself to repell, to ward off the, good that comes towards you by a frame of mind in which ingratitude predominates. Quit grumbling and complaining! Get rid of that poverty complex! it so. Stop pitying youl open mind. Yu'll find much lor which to be thankful. Once you acquire the habit of gratitude, you'll begin to enjoy life, and, in the vernacular, "Things will eomc your way." Attract good through g I toughts and good will come your way. It is yours for the asking— yours if you will admit it. Open wide the gates of gratitude on Thanksgiving I'ay and every day. Classified ^Jllllllllllllllll!!i!!ii!!! !, !,[: % %  •:Tampa Notes ii.lllllllillllldlllillllllllllllllllllllr Sam Rosenfarb was elected commanding officer of the (bevra Kaddisha of Tampa at a meeting Thursday night at the home of 1.,. Gordon, 2815 Jefferson st. Rabbi Adolph Burger was elected chairman and I.. Gordon first vice-president; -I. Milchman, second vice-president; 11. I'earlman, treasurer, and S. Bokar, secretary. Norman Cannella, Ivia Scadron and party, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kes-ler, Mr. and Mrs. (). Marcus, Dr. and .Mrs. Dan llachelson and others. Awe go to press the Merry FellowClub is holding its third annual dance at the Davis Islands Country Club. Among those attending arc: Mr. and Mrs. S. Zinkow and party, Mr. and Mrs. X. Lutz, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cohen and party, Mr. and Mr.-. Fred Perlman, Mr. and Mrs, M. Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. 1.. Shear, Mr. and Mis. Morris Bennett and party. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kirchick, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Steinberg, Mr. and Mrs, A. ISilgore. Mr. and Mrs. Louis U'ellhouse. Krnest Mnas, jr., Ed Byck, Leon Weisberg, Mr. and Mr-. AI Weiss and party, Mr. and Mr.-. H. Fyvolent, Mr. and Mr;. I.mi Solomon of St. Petersburg. Mi. and Mrs. M. ("man. Don Fine, M. Segal, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Salsbuiy of Yakima, Wash. I.on Rifkln of Lakeland and party, gyd Schwartz and Nat K-troff of Plant City, Dr. and Mrs 1.011 Rosen, Mr. and Mrs. living Rosen, St. Petersburg; Mr. ami Mr-. Jack Sdar and party, Lakeland; Mr. and Mrs. Nat Schneider, Jacob Jacobs, 82, of 2309 Ridgewood avenue, a resident of Florida for L'L' years, died Friday night at in o'clock at a hospital. A name i.r Charleston, S. C, he moved to Giaceville, Pla., in 1912 and operated a mercantile business there for I." year-. He moved to Tallinn in 1926. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs, Sam /.bar ami .Mrs. Abe Zbar, Tampa; three sons. Theodore Jacobs, Tampa; Samuel II. and Floyd Jacobs, Charleston; a sister, Miss Sarah Jacob-, Charleston; three brothers, Lou and Sam Jacobs, Charleston, an d Nathan Jacobs, Atlantic City, and three grandchildren, Marcus, Allen and Flora Jean /.bar, Tampa. Mr. Jacobwas a member of the Masonic lodge at Charleston, where the funeral will be held Monday. HOMES FOR SALE or RENT / %  All Hertlom. .f MU.I PRICED RRASONA1LT I )a


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mm wJewish fioriJi&m FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY 7—No. IK MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1934 Price Five Cent* Jewish News Around the World Dr. Goldstein Again Heads American J. N. F. N,w York—Unanimous re-election of HiIsrael Goldstein to the presidency of the American section of the Jewish National Fund mi MM mnced following a meeting of the organization's executive board. Dr. Goldstein reported a forty per cent increase in the fundraised l>y the JNF during the past year. Banquet Is Well Attended With seventy-five guests attending the annual banquet and installation of the off cers of the Gn at Wonders Never Cease When wo published "Shall We Face the Issue?" in last week's issue nt the Jewish Floridian, we AUIKI.II li Seeks Separate Kehillah in Vienna A delegation of leaders of the Austrian Agudath Israel, ultra-Orthodox faction, is endeavoring to obtain permission from Chancelloi Schuschnigg to establish an independent Jewish community in Vianna. This move is understood to have the support of Hungarian Jews i\ ing in Vienna. er Miami Jewish Cemetery Asso-jlittle imagined that it would have elation was held last Thursday ..„ i mme dite result. However... night at the Beth David Talmud j .. .... T. ... u ii ii i i <• wonders never cease. I hough lorah Hall, in charge of arrange, .. ... ,.. one ol the butchers in Miami ments was a committee headed iiy,,, .• ., .. .. ,. ., .... Beach, operating in one of the -Mr. H. M. Drevich. I he tables' .... .. .... ., ,, stores bearinu a Kosher sign in anil hall were beautifully decorated.... r .... ,. ..... .. I the center ol a Mogcn Dovid. last for the event with flowers and Je-. Fleeing Saar in Fear of Nazi Plebiscite Triumps London—Hundreds of Jews are fleeing: from the Saar district n fear ol what may happen to them after the January plebiscite when the Saar is expected to come under German jurisdiction, accordlog to a dispatch from SaarbreuckLondon Daily Dispatch, lews are selling their business at sacrifice prices and rushing 1 across the border to France and Luxembourg. The mass flight 'f Ji Is motivated not only by fear of what the immediate future holds in -tore for them, but by the presi organized campaign of anti Semitic terror instigated by '•he German front. Jews are beOtted and threatened with violence daily. The closing of Jewish business establishreported to be throwing thousands of people out of work. potted palms, and in front of ea-:h guest there were miniature Jewish and American flags. The ceremonies were opened with a brief address by the chairman, who tie n presented Mr. J. Louis Chochet ai toasl master. The invocation was given by Rabbi Max Shapiro. During the evening addresses were made by Mr. W. L. Williams, retiring president, Mr. I. L. Mintzer, the new president, Mr. II. M. Drevich, Mr. M. B. Frank. Harry I. Lipton, president of Beth Jacob Cong.. Mr. Harry Markowitz, president of Beth David Cong., Mr. Max Rappaport, president of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong., Mrs. Isidor Cohen, president of the Sisterhood of Chesed Shel Ernes, Mr. E. Gordon, chairman of the Chevra Kadisha, Mr. J. Nissenbaum, Mr. SJI Schwartz. Mrs. Morris Kotkin, Mr. Manuel Rippa, and Mrs. Sadye G. Hose. Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom delivered an address and installed the officers. Rabbi Max Shapiro, on behalf of the association, pr lsented Mr. Williams, the retiring president, with the gift of a silver pitcher. Rabbi Julius Washer delivered an address and then led in the benschen. Cantor Boris Schlachman of Beth Jacob Congregation and Cantor Louis Hayweek appeared with his prospective lessors in an attorney's office and argued thai he would not sign a sub-lease unless the "Kosher" provision was eliminated and though he readily admitted to the attorney and to his associates in Ihe store lhat he was then selling "Treifah" meats to Jewish customers in Ihe heart of Miami Beach yet. lo and behold after the publication of the article last week this estimable (?) gentleman pulls down his tent and suddenly decides that his present surroundings are just a slight bit "unpleasant." What became of the Treifah meats in Ihe store when he left il .' That's someting else, and is a matter, we respectfully submit, thai should IKgiven thorough consideration. The fact remains When Ihe pitiless light of publicity is thrown on these racketeers, they run for cover. The season is jus! beginning. Something can and should be done about Ihis Kashrus matter. And while we're at it, let us be frank and candid enough to say thai a thorough investigation of the Kashrus situation as it exists today in the hotels now open and about to be opened, is required and merited. IN THE INTERESTS OF TRUTH AND DECENCY. Jewish Section Is Opened Here 'anying a complete line of Jew, ish religious and secular articles, I the first Jewish section In any department store in the South will be open to the public today at Burdine'-. Stocking a wide range of merchandise, including beautiful cand( labras, Chanukah menorahs, Taleisim. Varmulkos, MeZZUZOS, Bibles, Prayer Books, etc., attention has I also been paid to Jewish books. | Books for children of all ages, and cook bonks for the women are included, as are artistic book ends depicting Jewish Scenes. Tapestries of Palestinian scenes and the traditional Chalo covers are displayed. Bags containing earth from the Mount of Olives are displayed. This is the first time in the history of the South that any large metropolitan department store has established such a section, and is recognition of the fact that the Jewish community of Greater Miam s growng. ian were heard in a number of; W( admi(> qu jt e frankly vocal selections. The banquet was concluded with the singing of the Hatikvo, led by Cantor Schlachman. Officers installed were: Mr. I. L. Mintzer, president; Mr. H. M. Drevich, vi.e president; Mr. M. B. Frank, treasurer; Mr. J. Louis Shochet, secretary. Directors are: in addition to the officers, Messrs. P, BerkowitZ, John Meyer, Stanley lhat to merely direct Kashrus activities at Ihe butchers and neglect Ihe hotels and restaurants is nothing but mockery. Something can be done Something will IKdone. C. Myers, E. Gordon and W L. Williams, and Mesdames I. Cohen, S. Schwartz and Morris Kotkin. Dog Racing Opens Tomorrow The racing season opens tomorrow night with the beginning >f greyhound racing at the beautiful Biscayne Kennel club for a 67-day racing session. Possessing one of the finest greyhound racing tracks in the country, some of the best kennels have entered their dogfor the season. With plenty of room on the racing strip there is no crowding at the turns, and the betting fans know that a fair race will be run. Racing Secretary Cody Coffman completed the field of eight greyhounds that will run the inaugural handicap, feature event of the opening night. These are: 1, King Ravenous, Harry McKinney; 2, Tarnish, Bill Baker; 8, Anna Glen, McKinney; 4, Rural Lass, Art Wilson; 5, Traffic Escort, Wilson; 6, Crafty Boy, Charles Mullins; 7, Lackawanna, Farm School Seeks Students The National Farm School, a Jewish philanthropic institution, located at Farm School, Bucks County, Pa., near Philadelphia, is si eking desirable applicants for its :(8th term, opening around April 1, 1986. Worthy boys who desire to fit themselves for a career in agricul, ture, but have not the means for entering an agricultural college, are given their opportunityTuition, board, room, books, laboratory supplies, etc., are furnished during the three years' course of 36 consecutive months (equal in time to a tour-year course), at a very nominal charge. A prerequis| ite for the advantages offered is a love for the out-of-doors and a desire to follow agriculture as a vocation. Any boy sincerely interested, between the ages of 17 and 21, of good physical, mental and moral standing, who has completed one or more years of hign school, may apply. Boys about to be graduated from high school in June, 1985, may be considered for admission to the 1 school on July 1. 1985, provided their applications are filed on or before February 1st. The school plant comprises 1,200 acres of land, buildings and equipment, 20(1 purebred cows, poultry departments, orchards, greenhouses and a farm mechanics department, where forging, woodworking, electrical work and mechanics are taught. Dormitories are equal to those of eastern colleges. Food is prepared under an expert dietician. Football, basketball and baseball teams, student band and other social and athletic activities are maintained. | W. L. Jones; 8, Mike Malone, I Athanasaw. The daily double, which has been a favorite with the betting fans, will again be held this year and will include the second and tou^h races. The admission charge is only twenty-five cents, which Includes the tax. Part of the admission tax is devoted to Dade Countv Charities. Officers Are Installed This photograph was taken last Thursday night at the formal installation banquet of the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association. Standing in the center of the picture are Mr. I. L. Mintzer, president; Mr. Manuel Rippa, first president of the organization, and Mr. W. L. Williams, retiring president. Seated at the front table are the Rabbis of Greater Miami and the officers of the association.



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Fmre Two THB JEWISH TLOBIDIAN Friday, November 80, H134 An important meeting of the general membership of Beth David Congregation was held last Sunday night at its Talmud Torah Hal.. The Mortgage committee submitted plans for the acquisition of a cemetery plot whereby the mortgage would be refinanced and approval of the plan was voted. Following the business session a program of entertainment was prcAn important meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held at the Synagogue next Tuesday evening, when important matters will be transacted. The plans for the annual Chanuka card party to be held Sunday, December 9th, will be announced, and the date for the annual ball of the organization will be set. All memAt Burdines! A New Section for Jewish Friends i hi> special department, created by Burdine's for their man} Jewish friends, is one more gesture <>(' thought fulness for their convenience in shopping. Located a step from the elevators, on the Second Floor, you will find many of the things that are an intrinsic part of religious observances, as well as household routines. Prices are well within moderation. tin. In time tor Chanukali Chromium plated Chanukali Lamps 2.98 Brass Chanukah Lamps 1.98 Brass Chanukah Menoras 2.98 Chanukah Draydells, each 02 And we have besides— Book Ends, pair 2.98 Mezuzas, of tin 1"> Mezuzas, of olive wood 35 Talis, of silk 1.25 to 5.00 Talis, of wool 1.25 to 5.00 Tfilin—Palestine 3.50 Tfilin—Polish 2.50 Paper Caps 2 for .05 Skull Caps 15 and .25 Chalah Cover.-. .50 and 1.25 Earth Hags from Mt. Olive, Palestine 75 Tapestries of Palestine 1.00 Jewish Child's Bible Stories by Altman.... 1.00 Sidurim 1.00 Jewish Juvenile Stories 1.00 lit KIIINKS, SECOND FLOOR bers are urged to attend. Following the business session a social hour will be held. An Important meeting of the Hoard of Directors of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held at the Synagogue next Tuesday evening at 8:15 o'clock, to which all members are invited to be present. .Matters of importance will be considered. Beth David Sisterhood is sponsoring a card party at its Talmud Torah Hall Wednesday evening, December 12th, with Mesdames S. Greif and M. Mechlowitz as the hostesses. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. The public is invited to attend. A meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association will be held at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 1545 S. W. Third .--t.. on Wednesday evening, December 6th, at 8:16 o'clock. The meeting will be limited to delegates of the affiliated institutions only. • Rehearsals are being held for Junior Hadasaah'a second annual play, to l>e presented Monday evening, December loth. Miss Beady Goldenblank is general chairman of arrangements. The play is a threeact comedy, "On the Hiring Line." Mrs. (ipal Edouard M otter of the I niversity of Miami is directing : 'ay. A > tnpo ium in which the local Rabbi* %  I ing the Orthodox, ..nil Reform branches of Jewry in Miami will participate and < xpound their beliefs, will he ll Kaplan Hail on T evening, December 18th. At the t'ii .-t meet ing of those ined in the formation of the < ins Women's Hebrew Association of Greater .Miami was held last Wednesday night at the elubrooma of the Y. M. H. A. Following a discussion of the purposes and plans, it was decided to a call tor a meeting to effect a permanent organization. This meetinir will be held Monday evening, December 3rd, at the V. M. II. A beginning at s o'clock. Mrs. Jules Wilson will be the presiding officer for this meeting. Following the business meeting a social houi will be ..pent and refreshments will be served. Those interested in the formation of a Young Women'. Hebrew Association are asked to attend. • The annual conference of the Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and Laymen of the State of Florida, the latter part of December, will be held according to plans now being discussed by the officers of the association. The conference, which met in Miami last year, voted to hold the coming conference in .ttllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHINIl I MIIU milllIMM IIIIHlMr. : WHEN IN JACKSONVILLE EAT AT j BegaTfl Kosher Restaurant 507 LAURA ST. | (Opposite Cohen Bros. Dept. Store) OPEN ALL HOURS I | r > I < H i „ ," Tampa and St. Petersburg, and elaborate entertainment will be provided for the delegates attending. Definite plans will be announced by Rabbi Adolph Burger at Tampa ad Mr. B. J. Cohen of Orlando during the next week and will appear in the next issue of the Jewish Floridian. • With the withdrawal from the mayoralty race in Miami Beach of John H. Levi came the announcement of the candidacy of Louis F. Snedigar, prominent attorney and Miami Beach realtor, for the office. Mr. Snedigar holds the record of being the only man ever serving three times in the office of Mayor of Miami Beach, having served two terms from 1922 to 1926, and from 1928 to 1930. He is making an active campaign on his record of achievement in office during his three terms, part of which was during the hectic boom period. An enthusiastic meeting of Miami Beach electors working for bis election was held Tuesday night at the Snedigar headquarter a: Alton road and Fifthst. l.loyd M. Graves presided. Speakers included Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Otto Stegeman and Rose Weiss. They stressed the capabilities of Mr. Snedigar and bis qualities for holding office and pointed out the enviable record he established during three ten mayor of the city. On Sunday e\ ennjr, I li ci mber !, the Ladies' Auxiliary ••.'' the Miami h Orthodox Congregation is tpensoring it.annual Chanuka card party and upper at the clubroomi of ; he V"Uhc Met Iiebrew A ciation at s. W. 5th .-t. ami 16th .. i This will he the fourth annual event and promisi a to ]„ %  one of tinoutstanding events of the season. Chanuka latkes will bi "ii" of the features of the evening. In charge of arrangements is a committee consisting of Mesdamea Julius Wilson. Nat Blumberg, Max Rappaport and Mr. II. M. Drevich. The public is invited to attend, only a nominal charge being made. < • Troop 6 of the Boy Scouts met last Thursday at Kaplan Hall. A demonstration of the prone [iresure method of artificial respiration was given by Assistant Scoutmaster Zeientz. Rabbi Kaplan gave an interesting talk on the value • if scouting in everyday life. Son;'.. were enjoyed and reports of the recent patrol leaders' conf were given. Dr. Frank Corel waa chosen chairman of the troop committee. • Emunah Chapter, O. K. S. i. sponsoring its annual charity ba.l at the Pier, Miami Beach, next Wednesday evening, December 5th. A varied program of vaudeville and special entertainment will he provided for the guests, in addition to the regular floor show and the dancing. In charge of an ments are William Friedman ami Mrs. Clara Fine. The public u Urged to attend. The children of the Sunday school and Talmud Torah of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con. tion will be presented in two Chanuka plays, "The Enemies of U. rael" and "The Knd of the Story," at the Synagogue on Sunday afternoon, December 9, at 2:30 o'clock. The public is invited to attend. • Mrs. Rose Klemptner of I Pla., was a visitor this week at Miami Beach with her parents, M.. and Mrs. Louis Gerson. Shi returned to her home last Tu Her mother left to spend some time with her at Tampa. • • Dr. M. R. .Morris is spend few day.with his mother in Savannah, Ga. The first meet ng of Beth Bar Mitava Club will be held at %  s a. in. Sunday morning : Talmud Torah Hall. Following the devotional services the meml tho Club will he the gu< Mr.-. Wm. Robinson, pi' Kith David Sisterhood at breakfast, honoring the fiftieth ding anniversary of In i in New York. Miss Rebecca Galoon, worthy matron of Beacon I o. I-;, s. of Baltimore, who a delegate to the recent c< tion of the Order in Tampa. several days in Miami and was the guest ,,f Mr. and Mrs. J. Louil Shochet. • Mrs. Anna Koret/.ky and Larry are .-pending the winter at the London Arms, Miami Beach, wlu re they will be joined later by Mr. Koretzky. They returned recently from a five months' tour of Europe and expect to i their permanent home here. For Variety ia Bread Use NEW YORK PRODUCTS YOUR VOTK And Support of E. 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N ^ember 80, 1984 THE JEWISH FI.ORIUIAN Page Three THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN R. Rosenthal and R. Ro K(V i Tower Bldg. i'i Hi.isiiKD i:\Kin i uiit vt by th* JKWISII PLOMDIAN PUBLISHING CO P. II. Hui 273 Miami. I la. ,., g. W. I5h Awnnt BDITOBIAL umiKS Phant Mill J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRKII K. BBOCHBT, t'irrulatlnn Manage, CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHM \\ Field Represer.tal nd elan matter July 4, 1980. it the Pet Ofl under the Act of March (, rtKSt PALM BEACH SAMUEL SCHUTZER r tative ST. PETERSBURG MRS, M \, BENJAMIN B tic Margol, the daughter %  and Mrs. Oscar Margol, will Phone 2-5304 Mr. Sam Gance of St. at the home of hi r parII lay evening, D< com ng in an announcemade this week. The Misses I Rosi Lieberi th a party and Wednesday night i' the bride, which was y a large number of Js'i xl Sunday evening Miss B mmons will give a ..'i honor of the bride. Sense and Non-Sense ORLANDO IRENE BRAVERMAN i: entntive l \\li-\ MRS. M, II. Klsi.Ki: Repn %  WEST FLORIDA HI SINESS AGENT s. G. AROSON 4209 Central Avo., Tampa, Fla. SUBSCRIPTION irtment of literature of hi Ti mple Sisterhood met at the Temple home last '1' no-day and iews by Mrs. Aaron who n viewed "Captain and "So Red the Rose." A social hour followed, during whicl were served. I shall pray for strength to keep my mind temperate and my faith tolerant. I propose to anchor my feet to thu ground. And to equip my mind—no, not with a door that has its latch-string out—I want lo go that one step better. 1 shall order a pair of double-hinged d iik< those which designated the beer Baloons in their heyday and which .swing in for the sober and out for the drunks. And there Will be a mat at the entrance as a hint that 1 want no mud tracked In. And the word WELCOME will be woven into the mat. And as 1 live, 1 shall try to 'listen and ta learn A Salutary Warning In suspending a one-year prison sentence on V illiiim I.. McClaughlin, editor of the English section of the Deutsche Zeitung, chief Nazi organ, and president of the company pubBshing the paper, who was found guilt) of libeling a Jew nil. indirectly, the whole Jewish people, on condition that Ihe Deutsche Zeitung print a complete retraction and immediate 1 } change its editorial policy, .Indue Franklin Taylor of Brooklyn gave the Nazi movement in this country a terrific wallop. %  I v current issue of the Deutsche Zeitung not only apologize in Ihe .lew whom it had libeled, hut completely disassociates itself from the Nazis, disowns Ihe Friends of the New Germany and all other anti-Semitic groups and indorses Ihe anti-Nazi policy. Reeling from this blow, the Nazis have established a new mouthpiece, the Deutsche Beobachter, which intends to continue where the Deutsche Zeitung left off. Hut the eflil "t the Deutsche Zeitung'a new policy and Judge Taylor's urdict will be salutary and far-reaching. While they will not hall Nazi propaganda, they will serve as a healthy warning which will most assuredly curtail the force and menace l Nazi propaganda. As we go t" press the annual n Dance sponsored by the Daughters of Israel (SisterJacksonville Jewish i being hi Id at the center. Mrs. Hyman Selber is chaired by Mesi:i iii. Sain DatZ, A. Selber, 15. Si tier, S. Fletcher, 11. Safer, O. Margol, I.. Goldberg, 1!. Chepenick, S. Lasarow, II. Selber and II. Silvers! N< v Wednesday evening, De5th, Ci No. 8 of the tei hoi d is sponsoring a danci and supper at the Calling A number of specialty ennment will be presented during the evening. In charge of arMrs. Arthur Meyerson, who ;being assisted by Mrs. ticket chairman: Mrs. M. II. Witten, in charge of nks; Mrs. MuniMeyerson, serving; Mrs. Joseph M. Glickstein, and Mrs. Harry Finkelstein. Belle— Ami has stie every confidence in her fiance? June Except that she fears he will not show up at the church. I know that I can never love a tree Because it makes a lot of work for me. In summertime it's full of ants and bugs Anil nasty little wriggling, crawling grubs; Each fall it's dressed in colors brown anil red. Which signifies that life from it hath fled. Tis then that I commence to groan and swear, And scratch amid my locks of graying hair. The trees upon my ample lawn have shed Their myriad leaves, like blankets on a bed. And while the trees may lift their arms to pray, It's up to meto rake those leaves Encouraging News Bj granting the Jewish Agency 9,700 labor immigration certificates for the six-month period ending April I, 1935, the largest number for an equivalent period in the history 1,1 Ihe British administration of Ihe Jewish Homeland, the Palestine Government appears to have embarked on a more constructive policy with regard to the development of Palestine. Zionist leaders have long been at odds with the Palestine government and the colonial office because of their niggardly dispensation of immigration certificates despite the shortage of labor in Palestine and the steadily increasing absorptive capacity of the country. The Palestine government would never have allocated 9,700 certificates il Palestine could not readily absorb at least twice thai number. I his encouraging development has given rise to a wellfounded impression in official Zionist circles that the Hntisli government and its representatives in Palestine are steadily moving toward more positive co-operation with the .lewisn tawcy. Ihis new attitude, which is being manifested in "vers ways, is unquestionably the result of the patient anrj ul diplomatic negotiations of the Jewish Agency, union Ire now beginning lo show definite results. Mr. Snoodle—Henpecked, eh? I thought he could lick his weight in wildcats'.' Mrs. Snoodle—He can, but his wife is a bear. Footpad—I'm so sorry to have to rob you, old top, but I'm your divorced wife's husband and you know how extravagant she is. The Haberdasher—One collar, la 1 '.' Yes, sir. Will you have one just like you're wearing? Ihe Customer—No, I want a clean one. Large scandals from small talk often grow. Being born great carries no assurance with it that a man will be great at the finish. The owner of a barking dog is always the first to complain of the noise made by the neighbor's children. A pysician Bays that women seldom talk in their sleep. Of course they don't; the organ of speech must have an occasional rest. Beth El will be held Sunday evening, December 9. An interesting program has been arranged. Dr. George Gilmour, pastor of United Liberal Church, will be guest speaker. The children of religious school will present a playlet, "What's Tonight?" by Grossman. Orlando Notes St. Petersburg Notes Rabbi William II. Ros< nblatt will speak before Temple Israel of Miami Friday, November 30, on behalf of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. X|. Sisterhood >>f Temple Beth |.;i held ilannual caki sale o.l November -7 in front of the Jewelry Exchange at 6th and Central ave. Last week Rabbi Rosenblatt spoke before tin Women's Union of United Liberal Church on •'A I Consumer's Economy." And at the Sabbath service. November 23, on "A Solution to an Eternal Problem." Friday night services at Cong. Bnai Israel will be held with Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld speaking on "Revivalism — Religious, National and Individual." He will use for his text, F./.ckiel XX.W I, 26 and -7. Jerome Goldberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldberg will conduct the first part of the services. the usual four. Jacksonville News Mr, Solomon %  of t| U both the E. Cherniak, a Teachers' InstiJewish Theologi and the Yeshiva Col• and of the City College of Tonight Chaplain E. Edwards of St. Peter's Episcopal Church will !„. the first guesl speaker at Temple Beth El. He will speak on • %  The Maccabean Victory." This begins a series of inter-faith exchanges, a policy for promoting more IMendlj relation.between various faiths in St. Petersburg. Mr. Sam llrsch will read the sen ice. A,, important meeting of the Ladies' Hebrew Aid Societj Aged Home was held last week, when reports of the activities were presented. Mrs. J. Diamond is chairman of the December card par ty. Mr,, s. Lasarow u chairman' for the anniversary ban,,.,., installation of officers to b. n February. Following: the i me %  business meeting • !> •"ville Jewish Center .„ aid m of her recent t.*p toMjJJ ^ teaching of the Hebrew school, and then P>* !nted !" ho „ inning I..1 Monday, sb Cas.es gifts to .1officers. *££ ,J ir being taught dailv instead of followed, in charge ol Kesd.n> anil y .. aim e York, was named assistant to ne |,j :aM,i D. 11. Margolis of th.' .lack on Friday, December 7. the Sisterho od of Beth El Temple will h,,ld its annual Sisterhood service, with Mrs. E. I'. McAfee guest speaker. Mrs. McAfee has just returned from abroad, where she waactively engaged with work concerning Jewish refugees of Germany. On tinsame .late Rabbi Rosenblatt will be guest speaker at Schaarei Zedek Congregation of Tampa, celebrating their fortieth anniversary. The coffee klatsch and entertainment given by the Ladies Auxiliary and Aid Society last Thursday night was a splendid success. Mr;. Oscar Silverman was chairman of the arrangements committee. A Chanuka play, a musical drama will be presented by th children of the religious school of Cong. Bnfi Israel shortly under the direction of Rabbi Kleinfield who wrote the musical score for the play. Full details will appear in the next issue of the Jewish Floridian. Among those attending Homecoming at Gainesville were: TTTir-ses Beatrice Lieberman, Dorothy BMker, Mrs. s. Klepper, Mrs. J. Rosen, Mr. Sol Wittcnstcin. Services weri' held at Cong. Ohev Sholem Friday night with Rabbi H. Safer conducting. He delivered an address on "The Tw) Bridges." Mr. S. Zigoren took charge of the re.-ponsive reading. Following services refreshments were served in the vestry rooms. Mr. and Mrs. M. Kottelman of Sanford were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Block Sunday. Mrs. L. Katz of Providence, R. I., is visiting her daughter and son. Mrs. W. BerkowitZ and Mr. i: KatZ, and grandchildren, Ruth Shirley and Joseph BerkowitZ. Mrs. I. Coplon entertained recently at her home with a bridge. Refreshments were attractively served. B'nai B'rith Orlando Ixidge 1043 held a meeting in the vestry rooms of the Cong. Ohev Sholem Tuesday. President B. J. Cohen presided. Ihe Chanuka Roll of Temple At the last meeting of the Junior Council of Jewish Women plans were made for the annual December dance sponsored by the organization every year. The dame will be held at the Roman Pools Casino. Step N'ewsy entertained with several numbers. Harry Ad. Non played the ukele. The next Board meeting of the organization will be held at the home of Miss Rose Coodmark, 458 N. W. 4th st. on next Tuesday evening, Decmbr 4th at 8 p. m. The board of Cong. Ohev Sholem met Sunday morning in the study of the Synagogue. A meeting of the Cong, was held Sunday night. Nomination of officers took place. The president was authorized to take initial steps to formulate plans to liquidate the mortgage on the Synagogue within 12 months. Mis. M. Blattner and her house guest, Mrs. S. Spielman of Baltimore, have returned from a weekend trip to Miami. Mrs. B. Snyder of Baltimore is also visiting Mrs. Blattner.



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Pa. Six THB niWIlM WUtUWIAM Friday, Novemt • • :jl Announcement* TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. E. Nineteenth St. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi Mayer has fashioned the muehtalked-of "Hollywood Party," startins at the Tivoli Theatre Sunday. The picture, a multi-star extravaganza, brings to the screen an Services tonight will begin at 8:15 p .m. and will be addressed by Rabbi William H. Rosenblatt of Temple Beth El of St. Ptersburg, Fla., who will be the guesi speaker. He will address the congregation on "The Unionof American Hebrew Congregations." The public is invited to attend. There will be a special meeting of the Board at 7:80 Friday evening to meet the young Rabbi. The Feast of Chanukkah, which begins Saturday evening and lasts for eight days, will be celebrated both on December 2 and 'J with special programs. "The Thin Man," Mctro-GoldwynMayer-Cosmopolitan picture, which opens Sunday at the Seventh Avenue Theatre, is one at the best unusual pictures to come out of Hollywood in many a long day. A detective mystery, it presents William Powell in the finest and most amusing sleuthing role of his MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1545 S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi Friday evening services begin at 5.30 p. m. Saturday morning services begin promptly at 9 a. ra. with the Mincha service at 5 p. m. followed by Maariv services. Sun' day school meets every Sunday morning at 10 a. m. at the Y. M. H. A. Bldg., Talmud Torah j classes meet every day at the Synagogue from 3 to 6 p. m. RADIO SYXNAGOG Rabbis S. M. Machtei, founder and director of the Radio Synagog, will preach over station WIOD at nine o'clock on Sunday morning on "Leaders and Misleaders." The sermon will be dedicated to Chanukah, the b'east of Maccabees. In addition to the sermon there wi!l be prayers, scripture reading, and a question box. The Junior Council of Jewish Women met at the Ponce de Leon Hotel Tuesday night, giving program was Rose Goodmark review* 1 "The Goose Man," by and Mrs. William Elr reading, "We Give Tl Thanksgiving prayer wl Mrs. Bessie WernekoffJ Wcinstein presided. —: FOR A TASTY DINE AT Mushers Ocean IS8 Ocean Drive, Miad Operated byl Musher of Wildwood BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 119 S. W. Third Are. MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Early services begin at 5:30 with the late services following at 8 p. m. The late services will be in charge of the Junior Congregation, and Irving Ginsburg will chant the service. Junior Rabbi, Peritz Scheinberg will introduce Jerome Weinkle, first president of the Junior Congregation, who will speak on "Are we fulfilling our duty to God?" Rabbi Shapiro will speak briefly. Those taking part are Jeanette Kronenfeld, John Kronenfeld, Hyman Merlin, Morgan Levy, Jack Mendel, Robert Rothlein, Ira Sellevan, Molly Horowitz, Thelma Gropper and Alvin Badanes. Saturday morning services begin at 8:30 a. m. ,'.:.i_sm^ .. career, ably assisted by charming Myrna Loy as his wife, Nora. Maureen O'Sullivan does well with her role as Dorothy, the daughter of the "Thin Man," who is responsible for all the mystery in the story. entirely new form of entertainment, in that a logical dramatic story, including a love romance, is shown, and into it are woven all the novelties of a musical show, each injected as an integral part of the drama itself. The play deals with the plot of Jimmy Durante, playing "Schnarzan," jungle star, to get lions for his picture from Baron Munchausen (Jack Pearl). OPENING TOMORROW NIGHT, DECEMBER 1 Greyhound Racing At Its Best DAILY DOUBLE 2nd and lili Races ADMISSK 25c INCLUDES Mrs. Rose Weiss, prominent communal worker, is now located in her new home at 335 47th st., Lilting music and gorgeous girls, hilarious comedy, spectacular settings and costumes, a few thrills, and a romance—these are the ingredienta of which Metro-GoldwynTIVOLI ContlnaoM, 2 to 11—Children 10c 20c Till fi P. M.—Kvenini; 2:.c Sunday-Monday, Dec. 2-3 I.upe Vale/.—Jimmy Durante Hollywood Party Laurel and Hardy 'led 11 rules and His Stooges %  IHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIII iiiliiiiiniiiliiii'i mil mil mi' j j HOTEL | EVERGLADES | 244 Biscaynl Boulevard i = | Overlooking Beautiful Bayfront | Park and Biscayne Bay • REASONABLE RATES KENNETH J. SHELLEY Resident Manager ; i "it tin I i milt II iiinr BISCAYNE KENN EL CLU N. E. 2nd Ave. at 115th St. 'Jim; CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Rabbi Friday evening services begin at 5:30 with the late services following at 8 o'clock when the Rabbi will preach on "The Dreamer and his Dreams." Saturday morning services begin at Si.'ill, the Rabbi will preach in Yiddish on the portion of the week. Cantor Boris Schlachman will chant the services Friday evening and Saturday morning. Mincha services begin at 4:30 with a brief sermon by the Rabbi, followed y the Maariv service. £i|llllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUimilllllllllHMII'j The Greatest Institution of Laundering and Dry Cleaning in the South MIAMI LAUNDRY FRANK WOLKOWSKY IS N. E. FIRST AVENUE linl HI I and SINGLE IIKKASTKI) SPECIAL PURE WORSTED SUITS! loo I ..mi,, n i inn,... $.10.00 Value 17 500 PAIRS NEW SPORT TROUSERS $7.r><) and $10.00 Values SC.I10 '5 For Mayor of Miami Beacj VOTE FOR Louis F. Snedigal MIAMI BEACH'S ONLY THREE-TERM MAY< AND Eliminate the political machine which is trying to control the playgrounds of the world. Mr. Snedigar's past administrations w^ marked by honesty, efficiency and harmony. HEADQUARTERS: 5th AND ALTON ROAD Phones 5-3022—5-3091 I Paid Political Ail, Paid for li> Bnadlgar Campaign Committee) iiilllllllllllllHllllllllllllhin, in GIFT CENTER ^K^S^S Phone 2-5111 ni mi tun niimmiH 28 N. E. .Ird St. iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiinr For the Finest In Bread Try NEW YORK RYE •Minis B-c > %  %  .! I AmcrKdsljr^rsij ED CROSS DRUG DEPARTME [STORE | SIE.FU^IerJ When the season of Gift Giving comes one thinks first of the Red Cross Drug Department Store— such a diversity of merchandise—so conveniently displayed—such typically low prices. (RUi U55R A TORGSIN ORDER will enable your relatives in the U.S.S.R. to heavy clothing, shoes, underwear, foods household utensils, tobaccos and countless domestic or imported articles. These gifts w doubly valued with the oncoming of the Russian winter. 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