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The Jewish Floridian ( January 18, 1935 )

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* wJewisti Fllondl iai HI FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY Vol. S—No. 8 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY IK, 19.1:. Price Five Cents The Other Side Of the Story Even butchers are reasonable at limes. Everything they do or try to do must have a motive, whether thai be a selfish monetary one, or one inspired by a feeling of injustice and unfair treatment. We have tried to fathom the reason for the non-adherence of some of the butchers of this area towards the Kashrus Committee of Miami Reach. And in fairness, PERHAPS THE BUTCHERS ARK NOT ALTOGETHER WRONG. When interviewed charges of discrimination against the members of the Kashrus committee are definitely made. "They are not playing fair," says the butcher. "They have their own favorites, and if any charges were brought they would whitewash their favorite," gaya another butcher. Let us analyze these statements and the facts Perhaps there is some truth in these charges. Contracts were drawn by the committee which, if lived up to, would soon establish a system to enable at least part of the population to have kosher meats. One of the salient features of this agreement was the placing of a CASH BOND with the committee to insure the performance of the agreement. WAS THIS PROVISION CARRIED OUT? The facts, much to our regret, are: ONLY ONE butcher placed a check for the amount required with the committee. The second butcher signed a note, giving as security a truck, though this truck is under lien to a finance company. The third butcher as late as Wednesday had not even given any sort of collateral to the committee. BUT and this is the fact that astounded all. The store which was recently purchased from one who had confessedly sold "treifah" meats all summer and until a short time ago; and where charges had been brought under affidavit that the present owner had knowledge thereof; this store presented as bond, a note ENDORSED BY A MEMBER OF THE KASHRUS COMMITTEE ... the same committee which would he the judge of the facts if charges were to be made. What a beautiful commentary upon justice, and fair play. With all respect, we cannot help but direct these gentlemen to an Inquiry as to what the Jewish law specifically provides in such cases. We submit and we believe, all Rabbis will agree that by this action the entire committee has rendered itself disqualified to act further in any Kashrus matters. There is one happy fact that we have gleaned. The integrity, the honesty and fairness of the spiritual leader of Miami Beach. Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom, remains un, questioned and unassailed, even by i lin-i who do not agree with him. We are commanded to "remove the evil from within thy midst." | Truly this is the time when we should remove all question of doubt from the minds of the general withinpublic. Gentlemen of the Kashrus Coml mil tee: "Remove the evil from [within thy midst." "Play fair and [square with all butchers and show favoritism to none." "Demand the v ; THE SYNAGOGUE Dedicated to the Conference of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and Laymen of Florida, meeting at St. Petersburg and Tampa January 20th and 21st. And it shall come to pass that the Synagogue shall be established at the top of the hill and all of Jewish faith shall flock unto it, including those who were formerly aloof, for the unaffiliated shall then be no more in the land. It shall stand beautiful, commodious, in form and style characteristically Jewish, its Interior replete with Jewish symbolism,—a shrine for devout and unaffected worship, a fountainhead of Jewish education, a center for sociability and fellowship. It shall have a mortgage, but only in proportion to its resources and not greater than it can bear. Its prayers shall express the Jewish soul and be attuned to the Jewish heart. Its music shall have its roots deep in Jewish yearning and aspiration. Its sermons shall give moral and spiritual nourishment and nothing that is vital in human life and character shall be alien to them. And all its company shall be taught of the Lord, from the youngest of them even unto the oldest of them, for there Jewish education shall blossom like the rose and shall saturate every activity of the Synagogue like a refreshing stream. Its young people shall dream dreams and see visions that are redolent of Jewish mysticism and idealism. Its Sisterhoods and its Brotherhoods shall be an integral part of the whole, the problems of the Synagogue itself being their problems and their own contributions to Jewish life unfolding aa a part of the same flower and fruit. Its lay leadership shall be a leadership of knowledge and character and Jewish worth. Its rabbis shall minister to every human need, not indeed individually, but collectively, for there the scholarly preacher and the trained educator and the understanding pastor shall all come into their own. The call to social service and to social justice and to civicrighteousness and to good-will and to universal peace and brotherhood that shall sound like a clarion from the pulpit there, shall not fall on deaf ears there, but shall go forth from there to make itself felt in the affiars of men,—in the lifting of mankind to a higher plane of life and conduct and in the building of a better world to live in. Jewish News Around the World 12,000 Jews Entered Palestine in 1931 State Conference To Be Held Jerusalem—Aprovisional summary of Jewish legal immigration into Palestine during the year 1934 shows that 42,000 had entered the country during that period, including 4,000 tourists whose permanent settlement in the country was authorized by the government. Jewish legal immigration into Paiestine during 1933 totaled 30,327. Arab Leaders Charge Fraud in Relief Fund Jerusalem—A charge that Arab leaders administrating relief funds raised in 1929 for the victims of the Arab-Jewish riots of that time are guilty of fraud is made by Aldiffa, Arabic daily. The paper asserts only $5,000 was made available to Arab sufferers from the 1929 riots out of a total of $65,000 raised for the purposes. The daily charged that the balance of the relief fund was spent by the Mufti of Jerusalem and the Arab Executive on political purposes. resignation of all members who have any interest in butcher stores, be they monetary or only sentimental." "Let your actions be above suspicion, and then and then alone will you have the confidence and support of the people, and perhaps the butchers, too." The second annual conference of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and Laymen of Florida will begin at Si. Petersburg on Sunday, January 20th, at 2:30 p. m., when the ceremony of laying the corner stone of the new Synagogue of 1 Ii'nai Israel Congregation will be participated in by the Rabbis at, tending. Following these ceremonies a sightseeing tour of the city will be made. At (i p. m. the delegates will be tendered a banquet by the Ladies' Aid Society of B'nai Israel Congregation. Following the banquet the opening session of the conference will be held and business of the organization will be transacted. Monday morning, January 21st, the delegates will con1 vene at Tampa, Fla., where they will be taken on a sightseeing tour I of the city. The second session of I the conference will be held at 2 ] p. m., following which tea will be served, Another session will follow and then the delegates will be I guests at a banquet of the Ladies' | Auxiliary of Rodeph Sholom ConI gregation. The concluding session of the conference will follow. Dele. gates will attend from many of the Jewish communities of Florida. From Miami Beth David Congregation, Beth Jacob Congregation, the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will scad delegates. Rabbis S. M. Machtei, David I. Ros-, enbloom, Max Shapiro and Julius Washer will attend. Tampa Fair To Be Held Soon Tampa—Beautiful new gates of Spanish architectural design have been completed at the Brevard 3t. entrance on the south side and at the northwest side at Cass and Boulevard of the Florida Fairgrounds. Colored lighting effects will illuminate silver lettering over the archways. Thousands of dollars have been spent during the past year on the completion of the exhibit buildings, painting and grounds improvements. More than loo carpenters, painters and laborers are now employed on the grounds. All work will have been completed this week, when the buildings will be turned over to i xhibitors for decorating. Beautification of the grounds by the Tampa Park department has been completed, RADIO Sirs AGOG Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and director of the Radio Synagog, will be in attendance at the Florida State Conference of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and Laymen next Sunday and Monday. In his absence the sermon of the rabbi will be read over station WTOD at nine o'clock on Sunday morning by Mr. Herman Enson. A special musical program has been arranged and Cantor Isaac Katz of Detroit Announcements CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSKN'BLOOM, Rabbi Late Friday night services will be addressed by the Rabbi, who will speak on "Looking Ahead." The usual chanting and congregational singing will be directed by Cantor Boris Schlachman. Saturday morning services begin at 9, when the Rabbi will preach in Yiddish on the portion of the week. Mincha services begin at 4 p. m. and are followed by the Shalosh Saudah and Maariv service. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 154S S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi Early services begin at 5:30 with the late siTTices at 8:30, when the, Rabbi will preach on "Planting the Seeds of Spirituality." The usual congregational singing will be enjoyed. Saturday morning services begin at 9 a. m. Mincha services begin at 4:30, followed by the Shalosh Saudah and Maariv. The public is invited to all the services. The daily Minyan is held every morning at 8 o'clock. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 139 S. W. Third Ave. MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi The usual late Friday night services begin at 8 o'clock with an address by the Rabbi on "Docs Nudism Recognize the Universal God of Freedom for All Humanity?" Cantor Nathan W'roobel and the choir will chant the services. Saturday morning services begin at 8:30, when the Rabbi will preach briefly. The Junior Congregation will meet Saturday morning at 10:30. The Bar Mitzva Club meets Sunday morning at 8 for services and breakfast. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. E. Nineteenth St. DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi The regular Friday evening services will be held at 8:15 o'clock. The A. Z. A., the youth movement of the B'nai B'rith, will conduct the services. Members, visitors and friends are cordially welcome. Saturday morning services begin at 11 o'clock. Dr. Kaplan will ipeak on "A New Year for Trees" his Saturday morning. The confirmation class will assist with the services. The public is corlially welcome to both services. Ladies Sponsor Purim Ball The annual dance of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Or. thodox Congregation will be a masque and Purim ball at the Floridian Hotel Tuesday evening, March 19th, on Purim night. A gala floor show will be presented, with prizes being awarded for the best costumes.



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Friday, January 18, 1935 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Pag* Three wJewish Meridian FLORIDA'S ONLY nsWISH WUESXY PUBLISHED KVKIH FRIDAY hy I In JEWISH PI.OB1DIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. O. B-. 7 .News Tower Bldg. Miami, Flm. Phone 2-5304 <:i S. W. lill. t.rn.r EDITORIAL OPflOBl I-llU J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. < irralati.n Hui|>r CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative CnUrcd aa aacund elan matter July 1V0. at Uia P.iat Office at Miami. Florida, undar tha Act of March I. 187. WEST PALM BEACH SAMUEL SCHUTZER Repiesentative ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN Representative ORLANDO IRENE BRAVERMAN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. H. KISLEE Representative Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Martin Seekbach, 'J07 South Rome ave., announeed yesterday the engagement of their (laughter, Miss Barbara Rose Seekbach, to Donald Emerson Fine of Toledo and St. Petersburg. The wedding will take place in the spring. New committee chairmen of the Tampa section, Natiaaal Council of Jewish Juniors, were appointed at the monthly meeting Monday night at the University of Tampa. Those appointed were Miss Duns Magid, membership; Miss Rae Birnbach, religion, and Miss Ruth Simon, bulletin. Sense and Non-Sense The same for him who keeps his seat With girls in subways on their feet. Undertakers love to measure Dames that chirp, "It's been a pleasure." The guy who boasts, "1 knocked i in dead" incur., this humble mortal's dread. WEST FLORIDA BUSINESS AGENT S. G. AROSON 4209 Central Av?„ Tampa, Fla. All Maatha '<' Year SUBSCRIPTION SI." li.l The Junior Council will give a silver tea Sunday, January 27, at the home of the general committee chairman, .Miss Clarice Steinberg, 720 South Boulevard, in order to acquaint friends with the members and the purpose of the organization. Guys whose dates cost lots of dough Save little 'ash as husbands, though. OpticianHere is a genuine pair of guaranteed spectacles. I'll let you have them for the give-away price of ten dollars. Just try them on and you'll agree that they will double your sight. Abe utting on the spectacles and handing the optician five dollar.-) Hi're. Optician Hey! I said ten dollars, not five. Abe It looks like ten to me! My sight is doubled now! I'd like to hang on limbs of trees Gals who eyebrow.-, thinly tweeze. FRIDAY. JANUARY is. 1935 Vol. s— N. :t And barbers love to cut those guys brag romantic lies. The Junior Council will give a St. Patrick's dance March 19, with Miss Henrietta Waterman as general chairman. le who says that he wears spats To warm his feet deserves the rats. Morris wa a candidate for the state senate. After one of his campa his friend Ike came up to him. Morris," said Ike, "there were :i few things in your speech that I didn't understand —" "Yes, yes," interrupted Morris. "They were the topics I referred to in an offhand sort of way. to avoid disclosing that I didn't un• to myself, either." CAN IT BE? By RABBI I HI MILLER The B'nai li'rith magazine in its January issue informs us thai an attack on the organized world boycott of German goods featured the address of Judge Joseph M. I'roskauer in a symposium on anti-Semitism in America, held recently in New York. "Since Hitler came into power." said the honorable judge, "I have not bought five cents' worth of German goods. That is my individual right. Hut when 1 go out and ask for an organized boycott which interferes with the commercial transactions of my country. 1 am letting my emotion as a Jew interfere with my duty as an American citizen." Apparently the honorable judge has succeeded, after a great inner struggle, we presume, in suppressing his emotions as a Jew. Americanism, Hit) per cent straight and undiluted, has triumphed. Hut our heart aches for the honorable judge. Every adolescent can inform him what happens when people suppress their emotions A whole list of neurotic disorders may prey on the honorable judge as the price of his sacrifice on the altar of exalted Americanism. Moreover, the worthy judge seems to impugn the patriotism of everyone who is advocating the boycott. We must inform the American Federation of Labor and other organizations who had no realization of the enormity of their sin. They thought they were identifying themselves with forces against persecution, against fascism, against injustice. Hehold, they were committing treason against our republic. And the anti-Semites who are seeking faults in the Jew cannot quote the honorable judge, a leader in Israel and high in the councils of that aristocratic, self-appointed Jewish cabinet, the American Jewish Committee, as implying that the: Jewish people, who are supporting and advocating the or-' ganized boycott against Hitlerland, are derelict in their duty I as American citizens. We feel that even the honorable judge has compromised his 100 per cent patriotism. He has bought no German goods and proclaims the fact. Undoubtedly, hundreds of thousands looking to him for leadership will follow his example. And the result is a boycott, though it remains unlabeled. Moreover, as an individual we owe a duty to our country. If an organized boycott is treason, so is an individual one. Is treason applicable only to organizations? The honorable judge, from his point of view, should make it his business to buy, publicly, German goods. Thus will his emotions as a Jewbe completely repressed and his duties as a citizen stand triumphant.—(The Jewish Press.) Schwartz, A. Argintar. Jack Morris, B. J. Finnian. The V. M. II. A. basketball team has recently organized under supervision of Jack Weisman, coach, firmer U. S. Navy player. Twenty-four candidates are out for the team, and a strong V. M. H. A. organization will put in appearance ail over the Southern states this year. All Jewish teams wishing to hook games with the Tampa II. A. team should write Simon Schwartz, care of Tampa Y. M. II. A. A full program of spring sports I will be sponsored. Miss Ethel M. Lilian of Atlantic • ity, N. J.. is visiting her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. M or rice S. Uman "f 2306 Clewis court. A dance sponsored by theMerry Fellows Club was held on the roof garden of the Hillsborough Hotel January 16, 1935. Admission was by invitation. The dance was preceded by a dinner for club members only, their wives and dales, sit the Hillsborough Hotel, at which mile the recently elected officers wen installed. The dance was in honor of Mr. Oscar Verkauf, a member who recently announced his engagement to Mis! Rosa Freeman of Tampa, and Mr. Alex Bokor, another member who has reannounced his engagement to Mist Miidre.l Green of St. Petersburg. M i i. -in ner entertained al a U hower at hi r home unday in honor of her niece, Miss Be ty L ebel of New York ( ity, whose engagement to Mr. Leo Fryi of Brockton, Mass., was announced i '•, ent ly. Her marriage will take place January 29th at the Shrine Temple in St. Petersburg, with Rabbi Kleinfeld officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Maas announce the engagement of thendaughter, Miss Frances V. .Maas. to Mr. Raymond II. Crone of Baltimore. The wedding date has not been set. Tampa Notes The newly elected officers of the Y. M. H. A. are: B. J. Finnian, president; Dr. J. L. Schwartz, vicepresident; M. J. Madder, treasurer; A. B. Weil, Jr., secretary. Hoard of directors: Ernest Maas, chairman; David Stein, M. G. Rosenberg, Sol Haliczer, M. London, Irvin Salsbury, A. B. Weil, Jr., Fred Roller, Ix-on Haber, M. J. Mackler, Sol Simovitz, J. Silverman, Charles Jacobs, Dr. J. L. Plans to entertain the visiting rabbis and laymen attending the convention of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and Laymen of tate of Florida, which will be held in Tampa and St. Petersburg Sunday and Monday, January 20th and 2lst, were made at the home of Mrs. I. Liebman Sunday evening. Committee in charge of arrangements is as follows: Mrs. I. Liebman, chairman of the banquet; Mrs. S. M. Bssrig, decorations; Mrs. Jacob Wittner, program; Mrs. M. II. Kisler, reservations, assisted by the following women: Me.-danios II. Brash, Joe Abramovitz, I. Abramovitz, L Gordon, I. Segall, Charles Markuwitz, II. Peckett, P. Gotler, Miss Clara Wohl, Mrs. L i hardkoff. Delegates to the conference are Mrs. l. Liebman, Mrs. Henry Brash, Mrs. I. Segall and Mrs. M. H. Kisler. Over forty-five delegates and visitors are expected to attend. Anyone desiring to make reservations for the banquet call Mrs. M. II. Kisler, M5-1802. Gainesville, Fla. Gainesville, Fla. Rabbi Morns ; Lazaron of Baltimore, rabbi of the largest reform congregation of in the South, will preach the baccalaureate si rmon at the mid%  nci lie in of t hi' I'niverbruary •'!, it wa* i meed today by President John J. Tigert. Tin c m* luding exi rcises of the graduation program | will take place on February 4, and aces a ireate address will be %  ank P. Gi i oner of education of New V irk and president of the l nity of the Mew Vora. Al its last fraternity meeting, Delta Chapter of Ph Beta Delta, at the University of Florida held its annual election at which Al\ :n Cassel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lionel I assel of Miami, was elect• d pre Mi i el has long been associated with Delta Chapter, cons dered finest %  ampus. Mr. ( a-tel %  returned to school after A three-week -lay in New York City, where he represented the chapter : mal convent ion of Phi Beta Delta. \n on Dreisen of Miami was i lected marshal and house manager, and Bennett Applebaum of Miami was elected clerk. Other officer were: David Rothstein, vice-president; Men secretary, and Joe Safer, treasurer, all of Jacksonville. The newly elected officers will be inducted into office at the fraCirst meeting in February. St. Petersburg Friday evening services at 8 o'clock at Congregation B'nai Is921 Ninth st., N. Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld will discuss four elements In music. No. 1—"Is Music Essential in the Servu I the Synagogue?" No. 2 "Does It Inspire the Worshipper?" No. 8 "How Can We Learn Its Effect Upon the Soul?" No. l "What 1Jewish Music?" Abraham Katz, a pupil of the Hebrew class, will conduct the first part of the service. Saturday morning at '.• o'clock Abraham Katz will be Bar Mitzvali and will read the Maftir and address the congregation. %  : I %  Synagogu •. 921 Ninth st., N., where they will receive all necessary information ding if the I'IV. as 'veil ahotel accommodations. The synagogue will be open all day. The community of St. Peters well as the delegates and ire invited to attend the ing of the coiner stone of the synagogue at Arlington ave. and Eleventh st., N., at 8 p. m., which will be followed by a banquet at 6 o'clock at 921 Ninth st., N. Orlando Notes Miss Hilda Coplon has returned Ol ndo '' T 'in extended visit in Chicago, Baltimore and New Mi. and Mrs. E. Rosen burg and Mr. M. Paul of New York we-the ts of Mr. and Mrs. H. Bran% % %  man and family. Mr. II M Marquette ol Boston are spending the winter here. The Sisterhood plans to feature a bridge at the San Juan Hotel soon. The 1U1 Club will entertain with ge February 13th in the vestry rooms of the Cong. Ohev n. Planfor the B'nai B'rith dance are under way. The. dance will be held shortly. Election of officers of the Cong. Ohev Sholem was held recently. The resull Bre: ".. %  '. Cohen, re-elected president; H. Kanner, vice-presi: I Fi iedman, reelected treasurer; M. Levine, re-elected secretary. Board of trustees consists of L. S. Frankol, Sol Wittcnstein and I. Coplon. The annual bailout and installation of officers will be held the Sundaj of this month. Mrs. J. Cohen is visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Cohen and grandsons. Mis. S. Sherman of Now York is visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. Zigoren and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Willner of New York an' the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. Wolly. All delegates and visitors of the Florida Rabbinical Conference, upon arrival in St. Petersburg, will A sight that sure did make me grieve Is young folks drunk on New Year's Eve.



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Pafc-e tour THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Friday, January 18, 1935 jftadio |$ytut900 Bulletin Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Founder and Director. Radio Synagoa of America SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD. MIAMI. FLORIDA Vol. V. SUNDAY, JANUARY IS, 1985 No. ."• "Top-Man 1 Scripture Reading, Genesis, Chapter I, Verses 2ti-2r. Inclusive. I wonder if God really created man to have dominion over every if the Father of all created things really did deliver all of creation into the hands of mortal man, as suggested by the above from Genesis. Heresy? Am I voicing a thought that had better bi restrained? I don't think so. There are a number of facts, various Divine laws in operation, which lead me to doubt the correctness of our interpretat m and understanding of these verses. Firstly, if God had willed it to be that man should have dominion, .1 would not be necessary for man to battle the element.-, the wild and all else which man subdues only by dint of strength and at great sacrifice. Had God decreed otherwise, it would have and would, now, try only that man speak to and order the to do his %  to submit to him, and they would do so. But, my fox terriei puppy doe.not respond to my command until he been taught to do so through punishment for disobedience or in .me reward for his obedience. Menwords alone are unavaill .. ry that example through the animal kingdom to the wild II, at times, in order to safeguard God, supposedly, has endowed with forms of animal life. in the life of this planet when the when ic animals, had full sway and undisputed loi ythinj t ci issed theii paths? What 0 f ,,ui pr< of nature hidden in bacteria and germ-'.' W with the paras tat attack and aid our vigilance relax for but a short time, .. 1 xalted station as "top-men," as the supreme rulers ..:" life B I.. alize that we maintain our position, that Wl sustain life within 1 tnd theft which we per] trati the lower forms of animal life, and upon the vegetable kingdom. A tyrranous dominion. When you and I eat an apple, a pear, an 01 or any oilier vegetable or plant, we thank God for His In pro\iding us with such nutritious and luscious food. But. in reality, what do we do'.' Does the tree bear that fruit purposely to pro I "id'.' 1it, Consciously, that the tree furnishes uwith delicate fruit? No! The fruit-bearing plant responds to the natural law of reproduction of the Bpecies. It bears its young. it> offspring, in the shape of the seeds. To tide these tender young over the period of decomposition upon earth, or within the ground, until they have sent forth their own roots to draw nourishment from the earth, the parent tree furnishes its seedlings with a supply of fond which we know as the meat of the fruit. When we pluck the fruit from a tree, we are robbing it of its young, of its children, of potential fruit-bearing plants. When we eat these fruits, we are murdering the children of the tree or plant; we are cannibalistic. You can carry this example to it.logical conclusion in the animal realm, when you eat lamb, mutton, veal, or any other flesh of animals. The mothers of these animals did not hear them with the intention of furnishing you and me with choice chops or tender cuts. How did tin human beings in the fairy tales feel about being devoured by a giant or an ogre? You can't conceive of it? Sir Arthur Conan Doyle did imagine it. In one of the last Bhort stories he wrote. he tells of a visit to Mars by an Earth-man. While talking to a group of Martians, the visitor heard a strange and terrifying noise. The Man.an.were terror-stricken. They turned from this Earth-man and rushed to hide in eaves. The Earth-man went with a group of Mar' an-. From the entry to a cave he watched and saw a large creature. of enormous proportions, swoop down upon the fleeing men of Mars. grab a handful of them and devour them. His hunger appeased, this giant returned to his lair, and the Martians, timidly, again venture* forth from their hiding places. The visitOI was astonished at the cowardice of the Martians and he told them that such a thing would'not be tolerated upon Earth. On our planet, he explained to them. Man was the "Top-Creature," the dominant and ruling class. The Martians marvelled at such news. They admitted that their planet was inhabited by a large number of these gigantic animalwho swooped down from the mountains and fed upon the people of Mars, in much the same fashion as we. people of Earth, feed upon the lower animals on our planet. The Earth-man was dumfounded to learn that the human inhabitants of Mars were not "Top-Men." It appears that, if they have a Bible on Mars, dominn their planet, is given by God to these Ogres who prey on the human species. Of course, it all depends on who writes the story, as to who is the hero. It is related that a man despaired of human society and left his city dwelling to become a hermit in a hut at the edge of the jungle. II, spent years living close to nature, mingling with the beasts, and ng their habitand their language. During this time, the hermit had occasion to win the friendship and the gratitude of a lion, from whose paw hi extracted a thorn, and whose infected and festered paw i healed. One day. in a friendly dispute, the hermit held forth on the strength and mastery of man, and boasted to the lion of man's dominion over all the creatures. The lion took exception to this remark med for himself, as King of the Beasts, the superior strength. The hermit offered to prove the truth of his statements to the lion. Together they went to the nearest fortified and walled city of men. Approaching within a few yards of the city gate, they I. The hermit directed the attention of the lion to a series of statues ornamenting the wall. The sculptor had portrayed a man leading a procession of animals. The man held one end of a rope in his hands. To the end of the rope were tied several iron rings which proI from the nostrils of a lion, a bear, a wolf and other wild beasts. "See," exclaimed the hermit, "man is the master! He leads all these animalcaptive!" "True," replied the lion. "I see, but. who was the sculptor, man or beast?" Thus it is that we, of this earth, of the genus homo, lay claims to supremacy. We are "Top-Men." If you don't believe it, why, just read what has been written about who shall have dominion. I should like to interview the fruit trees, the animals whose children we consume as food, all else on this earth which we appropriate for ourselves without questioning the fairness of our acts. I should like to have them read me that portion of their Bibles which refers to dominion. I wonder if God has told them that they must submit to man; and, if He has. why don't they submit meekly, why do they offer resistenee, why does the rose protect itself with thorns, why does the lamb bleat and cry, why does the fish try to loose itself from the hook, why does the earth hide its potatoes, its carrots, in the ground to compell us to soil our hands by digging? Why. if we are their lords and masters, don't all these respond to our beck and call? Is it possible that they By (iod's command given at the Creation? Is it possible that their God has advised them to offer resistenee to abuse, exploitation and n? What wording will be substituted ****£%* SJttrt tne verses I read this morning, .f and when the < ^ armies of bacteria which science is now f'K nt %  • m .„.„., ,| u .„ claim I onslaught on man? Will the theojogically-mnded bacteria for Bacteria the Divine right of dominion OV M to*. ^ It is so easy for man to think by alow 1 tag* to consider he must have dominion over his fellow-nun. m 11c 1 -.ij-jotu merit, the subjugation, of his fellow-men. It's a dangerous idea, this "top-man philosophy. Godi comanot be so merciless as to consign all others to the service of Man, could not be so cruel to the larger portion of H.s handiwork as to d,scriminate against them and in favor of only one branch, Man When you re tempted to exercise your "top-man" righta ol domnum. just tfrink carefully before you act. Think of how Scripture would read it it had been written .not by Man. but by t.od. ganizations met and elected Mrs. Joseph Hacked, Mr. and Mrs. Max Moss, M. Scheinbaum and Sidney Schain to attend the National ProPalestine Conference in Washington, D. C, January 20. Of those elected only Mr. M. Scheinbaum will attend. He left Thursday night. Mrs. Dora Myers, wife of Harry Myers, died here last week. Burial was in the Temple Cemetery. Surviving are her husband and three sons and two daughters. Jacksonville News with thi Pi sident'i Ball. The Temple Sisterhood held its January meeting recently when reports of the work of the organization were given. Dr. LawTence Klein of St. Luke's Hospital was the principal speaker. Mrs. M. J. Greenblatt will entertain at Hope Haven on January '_'•'<. in celebration of her daughter's birthday. Mrs. R. Benjamin will present a program at the Temple Home on January 22. The Sisterhood will visit the Brunswick Sisterhood on January 21. Rabbi Marcusson of Macon, Ga., will speak tonight it the Temple. January 29, so as not to conflict Sylvia Haimowitz's concert recently received acclaim from manv of the city's musical critics. The program was carefully chosen and well balanced. Most ably played was perhaps the "Moonlight Sonata." by Beethoven. Tin executive hoard of the Lan Sheltering Aid So-1 meeting at the home of Mrs. B. B. Voffc recently. The^ monthly card party will be held in the Centre at :J p. m. on January 22nd. Hostesses are Mrs. Schain, Mrs. Wolf-on and Mrs. Tl • abaret of the Daughb will be held on Tu Miss Edith Wolfson was chosen • Junior Daughters %  Israel al ting last week. Other officers are: Bessie Cohen, lent; Pearl Rosenblatt, tary; Miriam Ezzi -, treasurer, ami Edith Wei rter. A seivill be held every • Center. Memberof fourtien Jewish OrAt All Good Store. Ask for NEW YORK BREAll inn mimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiHiHiiimmiMiiiiHiniuiii piirikmii'iii Adalta JOe—Caildran !0r Bai Office Opema Saa; 1:41 f M Sun.-Mon., Jan 20-21 Shirley Temple James Dunn—Claire Trevor Baby, Take a Bow MISA ISLE? SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE V W 25th An. anil 16th Si \ shu Hare fur 2 1 ^ :irAlligator v\ reatling Hourly Drive Weil nit Fiaslrr and Nnrlh n iTIh \wii-.i. I.I 16th strut Ink.ion r'nr-llin Car Of tht lliat Marunhla at Pin 6. 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Friday, January 18, 1935 Til JKWISM FI.OEIDIAN Pg '"• Fashion Show to Begin Wednesday Opening next Wednesday, Burdine's seventh annual Sunshine Fashion Show will be held at thy Roney Plaza Palm Garden this year. More exciting than ever before, the 1935 Sunshine Fashion Show will present a brilliant spectacle January 23rd in the Roney Plaza Gardens. Against a modern stage setting and a natural background of swaying palms, seventy models will enact a dramatic pageantry of styles for every age from tots to matrons; styles for men as well as women (for we hear that men are becoming more and more fashion conscious yearly). These are the newest fashions for wear in -Miami now, and the very fashions to be seen at smartest resorts next summer. For instance, a pink lastex swim suit so nearly skin color you'll blink! Black lace and cellophane suits! Three-quarter—not coats, but trousers! These and many other surprises. From North, East, South and West will flock the fashion conscious. Ten thousand people will view the extravaganza, a gay and interesting audience made up of the resort's celebrities and socialites; those who wear beautiful clothes and those who would like to; those who design them, make Only a few feet away you'll blink and look again to see if—oh, no, it's pink lastex lace. A new version of the sponge knit, dead white, and cut to allow for every possible square inch of sunshine. i. Iiaiiiiim while satin starts off formally, then slips on a jacket Bright flowers on burgundy are not whose sleeves are bands of white in the leasl subdued by the burfox, gundy coat of organdy. them, sell them, photograph them play during the entire pageant, and and write about them. Jack Milthe Sibonay Sextette will furnish ligan'fl Continental Orchestra will entertainment for the intermissions. The grand finale is to be of the smartest clothes under the an elaborate wedding party, drawsun for wear here and now—and ing to conclusion a brilliant display for everywhere next summer. iO" r T Y In charge of arrangements for the beer party and dance being sponsored by the Young Men's Hebrew Association at its clubrooms on January 23rd is a committee consisting of Messrs. Murry Grossman, Sam Shindel, Al Grossman, Charles Serkin and Ben Serkin. King Levinsky, Chicago heavyweight, who defeated Jack Sharkey and recently Art Lasky, made his appearance in a new role last night. He played Joe Knight, Southern light heavyweight champion, a five-point game of jai-alai at the Biscayne fronton. The Kingfish was a bit skeptical at first, but when he learned Young Stribling, Babe Hunt, Johnny Risko and Knight had taken a cesta in hand and had done their best, he agreed. So the patrons were given an opportunity to see one of the most colorful and heavy hitting figures in the heavyweight brigade wallop the pelota as we go to press. The Alvarez brothers surprised the fans as wel las their opponents by winning the international tournament and thereby the right to meet the American champions. On the same evening the Illinois State Club, with well over 250 members, were guests of the management. • &f The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau will hold its regular meeting at the Mark Store next Monday, January 21st, at 2 p. m., to which all members and the public are invited. The program to be presented will be under the direction of Mrs. Larry Fay, program chairman. A social hour will follow the business session under the direction of Mrs. Morris Dubler. • A meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held at the synagogue Tuesday evening, January 22nd, beginning at 9 o'clock. All members arc urged to attend, as plans for the annual dance of the organization will be discussed. • The Y. M. H. A. basketball team, which is now leading the Miami Beach league, will play the Cuban Olympic team this Friday night at the Y. M. C. A. at 8 o'clock. enbloom of Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach, to establish Kashrus in butcher stores and establishments of Miami Beach, we APPEAL TO EVERY THINKING JEW to buy from only those butcher stores who carry our signs, and whose names appear herein. We can truthfully say that these stores are the only butcher stores for whose Kashrus we can vouch, and who have signified their willingness to co-operate with the Rabbi and the committee. If you want Kosher meats and poultry, support the Kashrus Committee. JOE ROSE, Chairman. Kashrus Committee. APPROVED BUTCHERS Miami Beach Kosher Market. Miami Beach. Because of the conUnited Kosher Market. ditloiu complained of in an article Malter's Kosher Market. appearing in this issue, we feel Mrs. Friedman's Kosher Market, that the above statement is preThe above is printed at the rei mature and unwarranted at this quest of the Kashrus Committee of time.—(Editor.) INSURANCE COSTS REDUCED By Chicago Lloyds iAw over S2.000.000) Not a Mutual or Reciprocal Company FIRE—WINDSTORM—AUTOMOBILES 211% Below Standard Rates THRALL & STAPLETON Agents. 711-712 Florida National Bank Bldg. Phone 2-2758 January 11, 1935. To the Jewish Public: As those upon whom there has been entrusted the duty of co-operating with Rabbi David I. RosTRY OUR SOUR (Smetene) CREAM IN NEW SANITARY PACKAGE AT YOUR GROCER'S MIAMI HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSN. 769 N. W. 18th Ter. Phone 2-7696 FLORIDA FAIR, TAMPA JiN.29 *>„.' 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Pa Six TM JBWIM FLOBIBIAM Friday, January 18, 1035 In celebration of the fourth anniversary >f the dedication of its Synagogue, elaborate preparations are being made by the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation for a gala event at the Synagogue on Sunday evening, February 10th. At this event a new "Poroches" will be presented by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Congregation ( and noted non Jewish and Jewish speakers will address the audience. There will be no charges of any kind. In charge of arrangements is a committee headed by Nathan Adelman as chairman, J. Louis Shochet, secretary, and Messrs. II. M. Drevich, M. Rappaport, Joseph Greenberg, Nat Blumberg and Moe Harri; of Miami and New York. The Ladies' Auxiliary will he repted by a committee which will be named at its next meeting. What appears to be one of the most successful meetings in the history of legalized greyhound racing in Miami iunder way at the WesI Flagler Kennel Club. Large crowds have been turning out nightly at the downtown plant of lake Sheiand Bill Huntley and the racing lovers have been treated to many well matched events. The class of dogs seems to be ived this year. Just now Red Whisk, the Inaugural winner, looks to l"about the best Quartered at the track, but there are several outstanding greyhounds coming up to challenge the big son of My Laddie. Chief among the good looking contenders is Dr. Commins, an Australian import. West Flagler fans have been deighted with the improvements in the track and the change in the running of races. The new glass starting boxes have caused a mild sensation and have made for some of the cleanest breaks seen in the sport. • • • The \ M. II. A. is sponsoring an evening of entertainment at the Frolics on Sunday, January 27th, to hel]) defray the costs of redecorating the clubrooms. Only those tickets pun based from the committee will afford the organization any income. Tickets will be 40c each. Nat Blumberg is chairman. • • • The third of a series of cultural symposiums under the auspices of the rabbis of Greater Miami will be presented on Tuesday evening, February 12th, at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation when the life and works of the noted %  h wish scholar and physician, Moses Maimonides. ci£ that OV2& her most amusing characterizations, that of Fadie Chapman, a •rirl who embarks upon a socialclimbing career because she is determined to get financial security and position along with her marriage ring. "The Girl From Missouri" has m 3s' 3 •'The Girl From Missouri" is the picture that opens Sunday at the Tivoli Theatre. In her new starring vehicle, the popular Miss Harlow essays one of man just out of prison, a girl who \ is the pride and joy of their heart,. ma rries him because she believes in him. and the result of their %£%££-, union an adorable" baby girl who M > <>KK MI KKNK KEI CHESTS OF DRAWERS I Drawers—Fnfinished $5.65 Pay and Take CANVAS COTS $2.45 Pay and Take Anchor Furniture Co. 419 N. Miami Ave. a c-ast that also includes Franchot Tone. Lewis Stone and l'atsy Kelly. "Baby, Take a How." coming to the Seventh Avenue Theatre on Sunday, introduces five-year-old Shirley Temple in her first title role. Little Shirley has become one of theoutstanding personalities on the screen. .lame.Dunn and Claire Trevor are together again in "Baby, Take a How." as Shirley's parents. It's a sparkling comedy-drama that gets under way in the first lew scenes and maintains a rapid tempo to the exciting finish. The story deals with the struggle for happiness and success of a young For the I'inMt tn Br*'l Try NEW YORK BYE Sanitary Linen Supply I'hon* 2-0434 in.sin MII 1 I:K Mgr. I in.il Siuppi; Drill DEWEY LAUNDRY 42 TAMIAMI TUAII. rTTf^BT WE DEEPLY appreciate the efforts and services of Rabbi David 1. David I. Rosenbloom of Miami Beach, and take this means of expressing our gratitude. visit ed JacksonRABBI ROSENBLOOM ville last year and made B thorough inspection of our modern wholesale abattoir where the finest of Kansas steers are slaughtered daily to supply our Kosher trade in Miami, Miami Beach and elsewhere in Florida, by competent shochtim. The same conditions still exist today. have his comm e n d a t ion WE ARE HAPPY TO and approval, and pleased to have in our humble way helped to insure that Miami and Miami Beach Jewry will have strictly Kosher beef of the finest quality. Farris & Co. BEEF PACKERS 23 V E. 27th Street Miami, Pit. 1'honi2-172.-) Home office and plant: 2116 West Heaver St., Jacksonville, Fla. MEN! THE LATEST IN SPORTS WEAR Worsteds. Flannels. Gabardines and Cashmeres NEW SPORT TROUSERS Values I'nmatched at Frank Wolkowsky is N E. FIRST AVE. ONLY TRACK USING GLASS STARTING BOXES Daily Double First and Third Races W6STFLAGL6R K€NN€LCLUB c^S* -*HE unprecedented public reception and response given the New Ford V-S for 1935 has severely taxed our most complete facilities, both ai Miami and Miami Beach. We greatly appreciate the co-operation and indulgence shown by more than 250 purchasers and pledge our bust efforts to effect immediate deliver!* s. We have the assurance of Ford Motor Company that additional large shipments of new cars will be rushed to meet our requirements and believe that we shall deliver more than 300 new Ford V-S', b( fore the end of January. .May we take this opportunity to express our appreciation both to Miamiana and our winter visitors for their kindly patronage—and in the meantime— Watch the "DADE" Fords Glide By


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wJewisti Fllondl iai hi
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
Vol. SNo. 8
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY IK, 19.1:.
Price Five Cents
The Other Side
Of the Story
Even butchers are reasonable at
limes. Everything they do or try
to do must have a motive, whether
thai be a selfish monetary one, or
one inspired by a feeling of injus-
tice and unfair treatment.
We have tried to fathom the rea-
son for the non-adherence of some
of the butchers of this area to-
wards the Kashrus Committee of
Miami Reach. And in fairness,
PERHAPS THE BUTCHERS ARK
NOT ALTOGETHER WRONG.
When interviewed charges of dis-
crimination against the members
of the Kashrus committee are def-
initely made. "They are not play-
ing fair," says the butcher. "They
have their own favorites, and if
any charges were brought they
would whitewash their favorite,"
gaya another butcher.
Let us analyze these statements
and the facts Perhaps there is
some truth in these charges. Con-
tracts were drawn by the commit-
tee which, if lived up to, would soon
establish a system to enable at
least part of the population to have
kosher meats. One of the salient
features of this agreement was the
placing of a CASH BOND with the
committee to insure the perform-
ance of the agreement. WAS THIS
PROVISION CARRIED OUT? The
facts, much to our regret, are:
ONLY ONE butcher placed a check
for the amount required with the
committee. The second butcher
signed a note, giving as security a
truck, though this truck is under
lien to a finance company. The
third butcher as late as Wednes-
day had not even given any sort
of collateral to the committee.
BUT and this is the fact that
astounded all. The store which was
recently purchased from one who
had confessedly sold "treifah"
meats all summer and until a short
time ago; and where charges had
been brought under affidavit that
the present owner had knowledge
thereof; this store presented as
bond, a note ENDORSED BY A
MEMBER OF THE KASHRUS
COMMITTEE ... the same com-
mittee which would he the judge of
the facts if charges were to be
made. What a beautiful commen-
tary upon justice, and fair play.
With all respect, we cannot help
but direct these gentlemen to an
Inquiry as to what the Jewish law
specifically provides in such cases.
We submit and we believe, all
Rabbis will agree that by this
action the entire committee has
rendered itself disqualified to act
further in any Kashrus matters.
There is one happy fact that we
have gleaned. The integrity, the
honesty and fairness of the spirit-
ual leader of Miami Beach. Rabbi
David I. Rosenbloom, remains un- ,
questioned and unassailed, even by
i lin-i who do not agree with him.
We are commanded to "remove
the evil from within thy midst." |
Truly this is the time when we
should remove all question of doubt
from the minds of the general
withinpublic.
Gentlemen of the Kashrus Com-
l mil tee: "Remove the evil from
[within thy midst." "Play fair and
[square with all butchers and show
favoritism to none." "Demand the
v
;
THE SYNAGOGUE
Dedicated to the Conference of Orthodox and Conservative
Rabbis and Laymen of Florida, meeting at St. Petersburg and Tampa
January 20th and 21st.
And it shall come to pass that the Synagogue shall be established
at the top of the hill and all of Jewish faith shall flock unto it, includ-
ing those who were formerly aloof, for the unaffiliated shall then be
no more in the land. It shall stand beautiful, commodious, in form
and style characteristically Jewish, its Interior replete with Jewish
symbolism,a shrine for devout and unaffected worship, a fountain-
head of Jewish education, a center for sociability and fellowship. It
shall have a mortgage, but only in proportion to its resources and
not greater than it can bear.
Its prayers shall express the Jewish soul and be attuned to the
Jewish heart. Its music shall have its roots deep in Jewish yearning
and aspiration. Its sermons shall give moral and spiritual nourish-
ment and nothing that is vital in human life and character shall be
alien to them. And all its company shall be taught of the Lord, from
the youngest of them even unto the oldest of them, for there Jewish
education shall blossom like the rose and shall saturate every activity
of the Synagogue like a refreshing stream. Its young people shall
dream dreams and see visions that are redolent of Jewish mysticism
and idealism. Its Sisterhoods and its Brotherhoods shall be an in-
tegral part of the whole, the problems of the Synagogue itself being
their problems and their own contributions to Jewish life unfolding
aa a part of the same flower and fruit.
Its lay leadership shall be a leadership of knowledge and char-
acter and Jewish worth. Its rabbis shall minister to every human
need, not indeed individually, but collectively, for there the scholarly
preacher and the trained educator and the understanding pastor shall
all come into their own. The call to social service and to social justice
and to civic- righteousness and to good-will and to universal peace and
brotherhood that shall sound like a clarion from the pulpit there,
shall not fall on deaf ears there, but shall go forth from there to
make itself felt in the affiars of men,in the lifting of mankind to
a higher plane of life and conduct and in the building of a better
world to live in.
Jewish News
Around the
World
12,000 Jews Entered Palestine
in 1931
State Conference
To Be Held
JerusalemA- provisional sum-
mary of Jewish legal immigration
into Palestine during the year 1934
shows that 42,000 had entered the
country during that period, includ-
ing 4,000 tourists whose perma-
nent settlement in the country was
authorized by the government.
Jewish legal immigration into Pai-
estine during 1933 totaled 30,327.
Arab Leaders Charge Fraud in
Relief Fund
JerusalemA charge that Arab
leaders administrating relief funds
raised in 1929 for the victims of
the Arab-Jewish riots of that time
are guilty of fraud is made by Al-
diffa, Arabic daily. The paper as-
serts only $5,000 was made avail-
able to Arab sufferers from the
1929 riots out of a total of $65,000
raised for the purposes. The daily
charged that the balance of the re-
lief fund was spent by the Mufti
of Jerusalem and the Arab Exec-
utive on political purposes.
resignation of all members who
have any interest in butcher stores,
be they monetary or only senti-
mental." "Let your actions be above
suspicion, and then and then alone
will you have the confidence and
support of the people, and perhaps
the butchers, too."
The second annual conference of
Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis
and Laymen of Florida will begin
at Si. Petersburg on Sunday, Jan-
uary 20th, at 2:30 p. m., when the
ceremony of laying the corner
' stone of the new Synagogue of
1 Ii'nai Israel Congregation will be
participated in by the Rabbis at-
, tending. Following these ceremo-
nies a sightseeing tour of the city
will be made. At (i p. m. the dele-
gates will be tendered a banquet
by the Ladies' Aid Society of B'nai
Israel Congregation. Following
the banquet the opening session of
the conference will be held and
business of the organization will be
transacted. Monday morning, Jan-
uary 21st, the delegates will con-
1 vene at Tampa, Fla., where they
will be taken on a sightseeing tour
I of the city. The second session of
I the conference will be held at 2
] p. m., following which tea will be
served, Another session will fol-
low and then the delegates will be
I guests at a banquet of the Ladies'
| Auxiliary of Rodeph Sholom Con-
I gregation. The concluding session
of the conference will follow. Dele- .
gates will attend from many of the
Jewish communities of Florida.
From Miami Beth David Congre-
gation, Beth Jacob Congregation,
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation will scad delegates. Rab-
bis S. M. Machtei, David I. Ros-,
enbloom, Max Shapiro and Julius
Washer will attend.
Tampa Fair
To Be Held Soon
TampaBeautiful new gates of
Spanish architectural design have
been completed at the Brevard 3t.
entrance on the south side and at
the northwest side at Cass and
Boulevard of the Florida Fair-
grounds.
Colored lighting effects will il-
luminate silver lettering over the
archways. Thousands of dollars
have been spent during the past
year on the completion of the ex-
hibit buildings, painting and
grounds improvements. More than
loo carpenters, painters and la-
borers are now employed on the
grounds. All work will have been
completed this week, when the
buildings will be turned over to
i xhibitors for decorating.
Beautification of the grounds by
the Tampa Park department has
been completed,
RADIO
Sirs AGOG
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and
director of the Radio Synagog, will
be in attendance at the Florida
State Conference of Orthodox and
Conservative Rabbis and Laymen
next Sunday and Monday. In his
absence the sermon of the rabbi
will be read over station WTOD at
nine o'clock on Sunday morning by
Mr. Herman Enson. A special mu-
sical program has been arranged
and Cantor Isaac Katz of Detroit
Announcements
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSKN'BLOOM, Rabbi
Late Friday night services will
be addressed by the Rabbi, who
will speak on "Looking Ahead."
The usual chanting and congrega-
tional singing will be directed by
Cantor Boris Schlachman. Satur-
day morning services begin at 9,
when the Rabbi will preach in Yid-
dish on the portion of the week.
Mincha services begin at 4 p. m.
and are followed by the Shalosh
Saudah and Maariv service.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
154S S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
Early services begin at 5:30 with
the late siTTices at 8:30, when the,
Rabbi will preach on "Planting the
Seeds of Spirituality." The usual
congregational singing will be en-
joyed. Saturday morning services
begin at 9 a. m. Mincha services
begin at 4:30, followed by the Sha-
losh Saudah and Maariv. The pub-
lic is invited to all the services.
The daily Minyan is held every
morning at 8 o'clock.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
139 S. W. Third Ave.
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
The usual late Friday night serv-
ices begin at 8 o'clock with an ad-
dress by the Rabbi on "Docs Nud-
ism Recognize the Universal God
of Freedom for All Humanity?"
Cantor Nathan W'roobel and the
choir will chant the services. Sat-
urday morning services begin at
8:30, when the Rabbi will preach
briefly. The Junior Congregation
will meet Saturday morning at
10:30. The Bar Mitzva Club meets
Sunday morning at 8 for services
and breakfast.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E. Nineteenth St.
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi
The regular Friday evening serv-
ices will be held at 8:15 o'clock.
The A. Z. A., the youth movement
of the B'nai B'rith, will conduct
the services. Members, visitors
and friends are cordially welcome.
Saturday morning services begin
at 11 o'clock. Dr. Kaplan will
ipeak on "A New Year for Trees"
his Saturday morning. The con-
firmation class will assist with
the services. The public is cor-
lially welcome to both services.
Ladies Sponsor
Purim Ball
The annual dance of the Ladies'
Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Or.
thodox Congregation will be a
masque and Purim ball at the Flo-
ridian Hotel Tuesday evening,
March 19th, on Purim night. A
gala floor show will be presented,
with prizes being awarded for the
best costumes.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Pag* Three
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J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor
FRED K. SHOCHET. < irralati.n Hui|>r
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN
Field Representative
CnUrcd aa aacund elan matter July 1V0. at Uia P.iat Office at Miami. Florida,
undar tha Act of March I. 187.
WEST PALM BEACH
SAMUEL SCHUTZER
Repiesentative
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN
Representative
ORLANDO
IRENE BRAVERMAN
Representative
TAMPA
MRS. M. H. KISLEE
Representative
Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Martin
Seekbach, 'J07 South Rome ave.,
announeed yesterday the engage-
ment of their (laughter, Miss Bar-
bara Rose Seekbach, to Donald Em-
erson Fine of Toledo and St. Pe-
tersburg. The wedding will take
place in the spring.
New committee chairmen of the
Tampa section, Natiaaal Council
of Jewish Juniors, were appointed
at the monthly meeting Monday
night at the University of Tampa.
Those appointed were Miss Duns
Magid, membership; Miss Rae
Birnbach, religion, and Miss Ruth
Simon, bulletin.
Sense and Non-Sense
The same for him who keeps his
seat
With girls in subways on their
feet.
Undertakers love to measure
Dames that chirp, "It's been a
pleasure."
The guy who boasts, "1 knocked
i in dead"
incur., this humble mortal's dread.
WEST FLORIDA BUSINESS AGENT
S. G. AROSON
4209 Central Av? Tampa, Fla.
All Maatha
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The Junior Council will give a
silver tea Sunday, January 27, at
the home of the general commit-
tee chairman, .Miss Clarice Stein-
berg, 720 South Boulevard, in or-
der to acquaint friends with the
members and the purpose of the
organization.
Guys whose dates cost lots of
dough
Save little 'ash as husbands,
though.
Optician- Here is a genuine pair
of guaranteed spectacles. I'll let
you have them for the give-away
price of ten dollars. Just try them
on and you'll agree that they will
double your sight.
Abe utting on the spectacles
and handing the optician five dol-
lar.-) Hi're.
Optician Hey! I said ten dol-
lars, not five.
Abe It looks like ten to me! My
sight is doubled now!
I'd like to hang on limbs of trees
Gals who eyebrow.-, thinly tweeze.
FRIDAY. JANUARY is. 1935
Vol. sN. :t
And barbers love to cut those guys
brag romantic lies.
The Junior Council will give a
St. Patrick's dance March 19, with
Miss Henrietta Waterman as gen-
eral chairman.
le who says that he wears spats
To warm his feet deserves the rats.
Morris wa a candidate for the
state senate. After one of his
campa his friend Ike
came up to him.
Morris," said Ike, "there were
:i few things in your speech that I
didn't understand"
"Yes, yes," interrupted Morris.
"They were the topics I referred
to in an offhand sort of way. to
avoid disclosing that I didn't un-
to myself, either."
CAN IT BE?
By RABBI I HI MILLER
The B'nai li'rith magazine in its January issue informs
us thai an attack on the organized world boycott of German
goods featured the address of Judge Joseph M. I'roskauer in
a symposium on anti-Semitism in America, held recently in
New York. "Since Hitler came into power." said the hon-
orable judge, "I have not bought five cents' worth of Ger-
man goods. That is my individual right. Hut when 1 go out
and ask for an organized boycott which interferes with the
commercial transactions of my country. 1 am letting my emo-
tion as a Jew interfere with my duty as an American cit-
izen."
Apparently the honorable judge has succeeded, after a
great inner struggle, we presume, in suppressing his emo-
tions as a Jew. Americanism, Hit) per cent straight and un-
diluted, has triumphed. Hut our heart aches for the hon-
orable judge. Every adolescent can inform him what hap-
pens when people suppress their emotions A whole list of
neurotic disorders may prey on the honorable judge as the
price of his sacrifice on the altar of exalted Americanism.
Moreover, the worthy judge seems to impugn the pa-
triotism of everyone who is advocating the boycott. We must
inform the American Federation of Labor and other organ-
izations who had no realization of the enormity of their sin.
They thought they were identifying themselves with forces
against persecution, against fascism, against injustice. He-
hold, they were committing treason against our republic.
And the anti-Semites who are seeking faults in the Jew can-
not quote the honorable judge, a leader in Israel and high
in the councils of that aristocratic, self-appointed Jewish cab-
inet, the American Jewish Committee, as implying that the:
Jewish people, who are supporting and advocating the or-'
ganized boycott against Hitlerland, are derelict in their duty I
as American citizens.
We feel that even the honorable judge has compromised
his 100 per cent patriotism. He has bought no German goods '
and proclaims the fact. Undoubtedly, hundreds of thousands
looking to him for leadership will follow his example. And
the result is a boycott, though it remains unlabeled. More-
over, as an individual we owe a duty to our country. If an
organized boycott is treason, so is an individual one. Is trea-
son applicable only to organizations? The honorable judge,
from his point of view, should make it his business to buy,
publicly, German goods. Thus will his emotions as a Jew-
be completely repressed and his duties as a citizen stand
triumphant.(The Jewish Press.)
Schwartz, A. Argintar. Jack Mor-
ris, B. J. Finnian.
The V. M. II. A. basketball team
has recently organized under su-
pervision of Jack Weisman, coach,
firmer U. S. Navy player. Twen-
ty-four candidates are out for the
team, and a strong V. M. H. A. or-
ganization will put in appearance
ail over the Southern states this
year. All Jewish teams wishing
to hook games with the Tampa II.
A. team should write Simon
Schwartz, care of Tampa Y. M. II.
A. A full program of spring sports
I will be sponsored.
Miss Ethel M. Lilian of Atlantic
ity, N. J.. is visiting her brother
and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
M or rice S. Uman "f 2306 Clewis
court.
A dance sponsored by the- Merry
Fellows Club was held on the roof
garden of the Hillsborough Hotel
January 16, 1935. Admission was
by invitation. The dance was pre-
ceded by a dinner for club mem-
bers only, their wives and dales,
sit the Hillsborough Hotel, at which
mile the recently elected officers
wen installed. The dance was in
honor of Mr. Oscar Verkauf, a
member who recently announced
his engagement to Mis! Rosa Free-
man of Tampa, and Mr. Alex Bo-
kor, another member who has re-
announced his engagement
to Mist Miidre.l Green of St. Pe-
tersburg.
M i i. -in ner entertained
al a U hower at hi r home
unday in honor of her niece,
Miss Be ty L ebel of New York
( ity, whose engagement to Mr. Leo
Fryi of Brockton, Mass., was an-
nounced i ', ent ly. Her marriage
will take place January 29th at the
Shrine Temple in St. Petersburg,
with Rabbi Kleinfeld officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Maas announce
the engagement of then- daughter,
Miss Frances V. .Maas. to Mr. Ray-
mond II. Crone of Baltimore. The
wedding date has not been set.
Tampa Notes
The newly elected officers of the
Y. M. H. A. are: B. J. Finnian,
president; Dr. J. L. Schwartz, vice-
president; M. J. Madder, treasur-
er; A. B. Weil, Jr., secretary.
Hoard of directors: Ernest Maas,
chairman; David Stein, M. G. Ros-
enberg, Sol Haliczer, M. London,
Irvin Salsbury, A. B. Weil, Jr.,
Fred Roller, Ix-on Haber, M. J.
Mackler, Sol Simovitz, J. Silver-
man, Charles Jacobs, Dr. J. L.
Plans to entertain the visiting
rabbis and laymen attending the
convention of Orthodox and Con-
servative Rabbis and Laymen of
tate of Florida, which will be
held in Tampa and St. Petersburg
Sunday and Monday, January 20th
and 2lst, were made at the home
of Mrs. I. Liebman Sunday eve-
ning. Committee in charge of ar-
rangements is as follows: Mrs. I.
Liebman, chairman of the banquet;
Mrs. S. M. Bssrig, decorations;
Mrs. Jacob Wittner, program; Mrs.
M. II. Kisler, reservations, assisted
by the following women: Me.--
danios II. Brash, Joe Abramovitz,
I. Abramovitz, L Gordon, I. Segall,
Charles Markuwitz, II. Peckett, P.
Gotler, Miss Clara Wohl, Mrs. L
i hardkoff.
Delegates to the conference are
Mrs. l. Liebman, Mrs. Henry
Brash, Mrs. I. Segall and Mrs. M.
H. Kisler. Over forty-five dele-
gates and visitors are expected to
attend. Anyone desiring to make
reservations for the banquet call
Mrs. M. II. Kisler, M5-1802.
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville, Fla. Rabbi Morns
-;. Lazaron of Baltimore, rabbi of
the largest reform congregation of
in the South, will preach the
baccalaureate si rmon at the mid-
nci lie in of t hi' I'niver-
bruary '!, it wa*
i meed today by President John
J. Tigert.
Tin c m* luding exi rcises of the
graduation program
| will take place on February 4, and
aces a ireate address will be
ank P. Gi i
oner of education of New
V irk and president of the l ni-
ty of the Mew Vora.
Al its last fraternity meeting,
Delta Chapter of Ph Beta Delta, at
the University of Florida held its
annual election at which Al-
\ :n Cassel, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lionel I assel of Miami, was elect-
d pre Mi i el has long
been associated with Delta Chap-
ter, cons dered finest
ampus. Mr. ( a-tel
. returned to school after a
three-week -lay in New York City,
where he represented the chapter
: mal convent ion of Phi
Beta Delta.
\n on Dreisen of Miami was
i lected marshal and house manager,
and Bennett Applebaum of Miami
was elected clerk.
Other officer were: Da-
vid Rothstein, vice-president; Men
secretary, and Joe Safer,
treasurer, all of Jacksonville.
The newly elected officers will
be inducted into office at the fra-
Cirst meeting in February.
St. Petersburg
Friday evening services at 8
o'clock at Congregation B'nai Is-
921 Ninth st., N. Rabbi A.
S. Kleinfeld will discuss four ele-
ments In music. No. 1"Is Music
Essential in the Servu.....I the
Synagogue?" No. 2 "Does It In-
spire the Worshipper?" No. 8
"How Can We Learn Its Effect
Upon the Soul?" No. l "What 1-
Jewish Music?" Abraham Katz, a
pupil of the Hebrew class, will
conduct the first part of the serv-
ice. Saturday morning at '. o'clock
Abraham Katz will be Bar Mitz-
vali and will read the Maftir and
address the congregation.
: I Synagogu .
921 Ninth st., N., where they will
receive all necessary information
ding if the
i'iv. as 'veil a- hotel accommoda-
tions. The synagogue will be open
all day.
The community of St. Peters
well as the delegates and
ire invited to attend the
ing of the coiner stone of the
synagogue at Arlington ave.
and Eleventh st., N., at 8 p. m.,
which will be followed by a ban-
quet at 6 o'clock at 921 Ninth st., N.
Orlando Notes
Miss Hilda Coplon has returned
Ol ndo '' T 'in extended visit
in Chicago, Baltimore and New
Mi. and Mrs. E. Rosen burg and
Mr. M. Paul of New York we-- the
ts of Mr. and Mrs. H. Bran-
. man and family.
Mr. ii M Marquette ol Bos-
ton are spending the winter here.
The Sisterhood plans to feature
a bridge at the San Juan Hotel
soon.
The 1U1 Club will entertain with
ge February 13th in the ves-
try rooms of the Cong. Ohev
n.
Plan- for the B'nai B'rith dance
are under way. The. dance will be
held shortly.
Election of officers of the Cong.
Ohev Sholem was held recently. The
resull Bre: ".. '. Cohen, re-elected
president; H. Kanner, vice-presi-
: I Fi iedman, reelected treas-
urer; M. Levine, re-elected secre-
tary. Board of trustees consists
of L. S. Frankol, Sol Wittcnstein
and I. Coplon.
The annual bailout and installa-
tion of officers will be held the
Sundaj of this month.
Mrs. J. Cohen is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. B. J. Cohen and grandsons.
Mis. S. Sherman of Now York
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. Zigoren
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Willner
of New York an' the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. L. Wolly.
All delegates and visitors of the
Florida Rabbinical Conference, up-
on arrival in St. Petersburg, will
A sight that sure did make me
grieve
Is young folks drunk on New
Year's Eve.


Pafc-e tour
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Friday, January 18, 1935
jftadio |$ytut900 Bulletin
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Founder and Director. Radio Synagoa of America
SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD. MIAMI. FLORIDA
Vol. V.
SUNDAY, JANUARY IS, 1985
No. ."
"Top-Man1
Scripture Reading, Genesis, Chapter I, Verses 2ti-2r. Inclusive.
I wonder if God really created man to have dominion over every
. if the Father of all created things really did deliver all of crea-
tion into the hands of mortal man, as suggested by the above .
from Genesis. Heresy? Am I voicing a thought that had better bi
restrained? I don't think so. There are a number of facts, various
Divine laws in operation, which lead me to doubt the correctness of our
interpretat m and understanding of these verses.
Firstly, if God had willed it to be that man should have dominion,
.1 would not be necessary for man to battle the element.-, the wild
and all else which man subdues only by dint of strength and
at great sacrifice. Had God decreed otherwise, it would have
and would, now, try only that man speak to and order the
to do his to submit to him, and they would do so.
But, my fox terriei puppy doe.- not respond to my command until he
been taught to do so through punishment for disobedience or in
.me reward for his obedience. Men- words alone are unavail-
l .. ry that example through the animal kingdom to the wild
II, at times, in order to safeguard
God, supposedly, has endowed with
forms of animal life.
in the life of this planet when the
when ic animals, had full sway and
undisputed loi ythinj t ci issed theii paths? What
0f ,,ui pr< of nature hidden in bacteria and
germ-'.' W with the paras tat attack and
aid our vigilance relax for but a short time,
.. 1 xalted station as "top-men," as the supreme
rulers ..:" life B
I.. alize that we maintain our position, that Wl sus-
tain life within 1 tnd theft which we per] trati
the lower forms of animal life, and upon the vegetable kingdom. A
tyrranous dominion. When you and I eat an apple, a pear, an 01
. or any oilier vegetable or plant, we thank God for His
In pro\iding us with such nutritious and luscious food.
But. in reality, what do we do'.' Does the tree bear that fruit purposely
to pro I "id'.' 1- it, Consciously, that the tree furnishes u-
with delicate fruit? No! The fruit-bearing plant responds to the
natural law of reproduction of the Bpecies. It bears its young. it>
offspring, in the shape of the seeds. To tide these tender young over
the period of decomposition upon earth, or within the ground, until
they have sent forth their own roots to draw nourishment from the
earth, the parent tree furnishes its seedlings with a supply of fond
which we know as the meat of the fruit. When we pluck the fruit
from a tree, we are robbing it of its young, of its children, of potential
fruit-bearing plants. When we eat these fruits, we are murdering the
children of the tree or plant; we are cannibalistic. You can carry this
example to it.- logical conclusion in the animal realm, when you eat
lamb, mutton, veal, or any other flesh of animals. The mothers of
these animals did not hear them with the intention of furnishing you
and me with choice chops or tender cuts.
How did tin human beings in the fairy tales feel about being de-
voured by a giant or an ogre? You can't conceive of it? Sir Arthur
Conan Doyle did imagine it. In one of the last Bhort stories he wrote.
he tells of a visit to Mars by an Earth-man. While talking to a group
of Martians, the visitor heard a strange and terrifying noise. The
Man.an.- were terror-stricken. They turned from this Earth-man and
rushed to hide in eaves. The Earth-man went with a group of Mar-
' an-. From the entry to a cave he watched and saw a large creature.
of enormous proportions, swoop down upon the fleeing men of Mars.
grab a handful of them and devour them. His hunger appeased, this
giant returned to his lair, and the Martians, timidly, again venture*
forth from their hiding places.
The visitOI was astonished at the cowardice of the Martians and
he told them that such a thing would'not be tolerated upon Earth. On
our planet, he explained to them. Man was the "Top-Creature," the
dominant and ruling class. The Martians marvelled at such news.
They admitted that their planet was inhabited by a large number of
these gigantic animal- who swooped down from the mountains and
fed upon the people of Mars, in much the same fashion as we. people
of Earth, feed upon the lower animals on our planet. The Earth-man
was dumfounded to learn that the human inhabitants of Mars were
not "Top-Men." It appears that, if they have a Bible on Mars, domin-
n their planet, is given by God to these Ogres who prey on the
human species.
Of course, it all depends on who writes the story, as to who is
the hero. It is related that a man despaired of human society and left
his city dwelling to become a hermit in a hut at the edge of the jungle.
II, spent years living close to nature, mingling with the beasts, and
ng their habit- and their language. During this time, the hermit
had occasion to win the friendship and the gratitude of a lion, from
whose paw hi extracted a thorn, and whose infected and festered paw
. i healed. One day. in a friendly dispute, the hermit held forth
on the strength and mastery of man, and boasted to the lion of man's
dominion over all the creatures. The lion took exception to this re-
mark med for himself, as King of the Beasts, the superior
strength. The hermit offered to prove the truth of his statements to
the lion. Together they went to the nearest fortified and walled city
of men. Approaching within a few yards of the city gate, they
I. The hermit directed the attention of the lion to a series of
statues ornamenting the wall. The sculptor had portrayed a man lead-
ing a procession of animals. The man held one end of a rope in his
hands. To the end of the rope were tied several iron rings which pro-
I from the nostrils of a lion, a bear, a wolf and other wild beasts.
"See," exclaimed the hermit, "man is the master! He leads all these
animal- captive!" "True," replied the lion. "I see, but. who was the
sculptor, man or beast?"
Thus it is that we, of this earth, of the genus homo, lay claims
to supremacy. We are "Top-Men." If you don't believe it, why, just
read what has been written about who shall have dominion. I should
like to interview the fruit trees, the animals whose children we con-
sume as food, all else on this earth which we appropriate for ourselves
without questioning the fairness of our acts. I should like to have
them read me that portion of their Bibles which refers to dominion.
I wonder if God has told them that they must submit to man; and,
if He has. why don't they submit meekly, why do they offer resistenee,
why does the rose protect itself with thorns, why does the lamb bleat
and cry, why does the fish try to loose itself from the hook, why does
the earth hide its potatoes, its carrots, in the ground to compell us to
soil our hands by digging? Why. if we are their lords and masters,
don't all these respond to our beck and call? Is it possible that they
By (iod's command given at the Creation? Is it possible that
their God has advised them to offer resistenee to abuse, exploitation
and n?
What wording will be substituted ****%* SJttrt tne
verses I read this morning, .f and when the < ^
armies of bacteria which science is now f'Knt m ..., ,|u. claim
I onslaught on man? Will the theojogically-mnded bacteria
for Bacteria the Divine right of dominion OV M to*. ^
It is so easy for man to think by alow 1 tag* to consider
he must have dominion over his fellow-nun. m 11c 1 -.ij-jotu
merit, the subjugation, of his fellow-men. ,
It's a dangerous idea, this "top-man philosophy. Godi comanot
be so merciless as to consign all others to the service of Man, could
not be so cruel to the larger portion of H.s handiwork as to d,scrim-
inate against them and in favor of only one branch, Man When you re
tempted to exercise your "top-man" righta ol domnum. just tfrink
carefully before you act. Think of how Scripture would read it it
had been written .not by Man. but by t.od.
ganizations met and elected Mrs.
Joseph Hacked, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Moss, M. Scheinbaum and Sidney
Schain to attend the National Pro-
Palestine Conference in Washing-
ton, D. C, January 20. Of those
elected only Mr. M. Scheinbaum
will attend. He left Thursday
night.
Mrs. Dora Myers, wife of Harry
Myers, died here last week. Burial
was in the Temple Cemetery. Sur-
viving are her husband and three
sons and two daughters.
Jacksonville News
with thi Pi sident'i Ball.
The Temple Sisterhood held its
January meeting recently when re-
ports of the work of the organiza-
tion were given. Dr. LawTence
Klein of St. Luke's Hospital was
the principal speaker. Mrs. M. J.
Greenblatt will entertain at Hope
Haven on January '_''<. in celebra-
tion of her daughter's birthday.
Mrs. R. Benjamin will present a
program at the Temple Home on
January 22. The Sisterhood will
visit the Brunswick Sisterhood on
January 21. Rabbi Marcusson of
Macon, Ga., will speak tonight it
the Temple.
January 29, so as not to conflict Sylvia Haimowitz's concert re-
cently received acclaim from manv
of the city's musical critics. The
program was carefully chosen and
well balanced. Most ably played
was perhaps the "Moonlight So-
nata." by Beethoven.
Tin executive hoard of the La-
n Sheltering Aid So-1
meeting at the home
of Mrs. B. B. Voffc recently. The^
monthly card party will be held
in the Centre at :J p. m. on Jan-
uary 22nd. Hostesses are Mrs.
Schain, Mrs. Wolf-on and Mrs.
Tl abaret of the Daughb
will be held on Tu
Miss Edith Wolfson was chosen
Junior Daughters
Israel al ting last week.
Other officers are: Bessie Cohen,
lent; Pearl Rosenblatt,
tary; Miriam Ezzi -, treasurer,
ami Edith Wei rter. A se-
ivill be held every
Center.
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Friday, January 18, 1935
Til JKWISM FI.OEIDIAN
Pg '"
Fashion Show to
Begin Wednesday
Opening next Wednesday, Bur-
dine's seventh annual Sunshine
Fashion Show will be held at thy
Roney Plaza Palm Garden this
year.
More exciting than ever before,
the 1935 Sunshine Fashion Show
will present a brilliant spectacle
January 23rd in the Roney Plaza
Gardens. Against a modern stage
setting and a natural background
of swaying palms, seventy models
will enact a dramatic pageantry of
styles for every age from tots to
matrons; styles for men as well
as women (for we hear that men
are becoming more and more fash-
ion conscious yearly). These are
the newest fashions for wear in
-Miami now, and the very fashions
to be seen at smartest resorts next
summer. For instance, a pink las-
tex swim suit so nearly skin color
you'll blink! Black lace and cel-
lophane suits! Three-quarternot
coats, but trousers! These and
many other surprises.
From North, East, South and
West will flock the fashion con-
scious. Ten thousand people will
view the extravaganza, a gay and
interesting audience made up of
the resort's celebrities and social-
ites; those who wear beautiful
clothes and those who would like
to; those who design them, make
Only a few feet away you'll blink
and look again to see ifoh, no,
it's pink lastex lace.
A new version of the sponge knit,
dead white, and cut to allow for
every possible square inch of
sunshine.
i. Iiaiiiiim while satin starts off for-
mally, then slips on a jacket Bright flowers on burgundy are not
whose sleeves are bands of white in the leasl subdued by the bur-
fox, gundy coat of organdy.
them, sell them, photograph them play during the entire pageant, and
and write about them. Jack Mil- the Sibonay Sextette will furnish
ligan'fl Continental Orchestra will entertainment for the intermis-
sions. The grand finale is to be of the smartest clothes under the
an elaborate wedding party, draw- sun for wear here and nowand
ing to conclusion a brilliant display for everywhere next summer.
iO"rTY
In charge of arrangements for
the beer party and dance being
sponsored by the Young Men's He-
brew Association at its clubrooms
on January 23rd is a committee
consisting of Messrs. Murry Gross-
man, Sam Shindel, Al Grossman,
Charles Serkin and Ben Serkin.
*
King Levinsky, Chicago heavy-
weight, who defeated Jack Shar-
key and recently Art Lasky, made
his appearance in a new role last
night. He played Joe Knight,
Southern light heavyweight cham-
pion, a five-point game of jai-alai
at the Biscayne fronton.
The Kingfish was a bit skep-
tical at first, but when he learned
Young Stribling, Babe Hunt, John-
ny Risko and Knight had taken a
cesta in hand and had done their
best, he agreed. So the patrons
were given an opportunity to see
one of the most colorful and heavy
hitting figures in the heavyweight
brigade wallop the pelota as we go
to press.
The Alvarez brothers surprised
the fans as wel las their opponents
by winning the international tour-
nament and thereby the right to
meet the American champions.
On the same evening the Illinois
State Club, with well over 250
members, were guests of the man-
agement.
?
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau will hold
its regular meeting at the Mark
Store next Monday, January 21st,
at 2 p. m., to which all members
and the public are invited. The
program to be presented will be
under the direction of Mrs. Larry
Fay, program chairman. A social
hour will follow the business ses-
sion under the direction of Mrs.
Morris Dubler.
*
A meeting of the Ladies' Auxil-
iary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation will be held at the
synagogue Tuesday evening, Jan-
uary 22nd, beginning at 9 o'clock.
All members arc urged to attend,
as plans for the annual dance of
the organization will be discussed.

The Y. M. H. A. basketball team,
which is now leading the Miami
Beach league, will play the Cuban
Olympic team this Friday night at
the Y. M. C. A. at 8 o'clock.
enbloom of Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion, Miami Beach, to establish
Kashrus in butcher stores and es-
tablishments of Miami Beach, we
APPEAL TO EVERY THINKING
JEW to buy from only those butch-
er stores who carry our signs, and
whose names appear herein. We
can truthfully say that these stores
are the only butcher stores for
whose Kashrus we can vouch, and
who have signified their willing-
ness to co-operate with the Rabbi
and the committee.
If you want Kosher meats and
poultry, support the Kashrus Com-
mittee.
JOE ROSE, Chairman.
Kashrus Committee.
APPROVED BUTCHERS
Miami Beach Kosher Market. Miami Beach. Because of the con-
United Kosher Market. ditloiu complained of in an article
Malter's Kosher Market. appearing in this issue, we feel
Mrs. Friedman's Kosher Market, that the above statement is pre-
The above is printed at the re- i mature and unwarranted at this
quest of the Kashrus Committee of time.(Editor.)
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TM JBWIM FLOBIBIAM
Friday, January 18, 1035
In celebration of the fourth an-
niversary >f the dedication of its
Synagogue, elaborate preparations
are being made by the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation for a
gala event at the Synagogue on
Sunday evening, February 10th. At
this event a new "Poroches" will
be presented by the Ladies' Aux-
iliary of the Congregation( and
noted non Jewish and Jewish
speakers will address the audience.
There will be no charges of any
kind. In charge of arrangements
is a committee headed by Nathan
Adelman as chairman, J. Louis
Shochet, secretary, and Messrs. II.
M. Drevich, M. Rappaport, Joseph
Greenberg, Nat Blumberg and Moe
Harri; of Miami and New York.
The Ladies' Auxiliary will he rep-
ted by a committee which will
be named at its next meeting.
* *
What appears to be one of the
most successful meetings in the
history of legalized greyhound rac-
ing in Miami i- under way at the
WesI Flagler Kennel Club. Large
crowds have been turning out
nightly at the downtown plant of
lake Shei- and Bill Huntley and the
racing lovers have been treated to
many well matched events.
The class of dogs seems to be
ived this year. Just now Red
Whisk, the Inaugural winner, looks
to l"- about the best Quartered at
the track, but there are several
outstanding greyhounds coming up
to challenge the big son of My
Laddie. Chief among the good
looking contenders is Dr. Com-
mins, an Australian import.
West Flagler fans have been de-
ighted with the improvements in
the track and the change in the
running of races. The new glass
starting boxes have caused a mild
sensation and have made for some
of the cleanest breaks seen in the
sport.

The \ M. II. A. is sponsoring
an evening of entertainment at the
Frolics on Sunday, January 27th,
to hel]) defray the costs of redec-
orating the clubrooms. Only those
tickets pun based from the com-
mittee will afford the organization
any income. Tickets will be 40c
each. Nat Blumberg is chairman.

The third of a series of cultural
symposiums under the auspices of
the rabbis of Greater Miami will
be presented on Tuesday evening,
February 12th, at the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation when
the life and works of the noted
h wish scholar and physician,
Moses Maimonides.
ci that
OV2&
her most amusing characteriza-
tions, that of Fadie Chapman, a
rirl who embarks upon a social-
climbing career because she is de-
termined to get financial security
and position along with her mar-
riage ring.
"The Girl From Missouri" has
m
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'The Girl From Missouri" is the
picture that opens Sunday at the
Tivoli Theatre.
In her new starring vehicle, the
popular Miss Harlow essays one of
man just out of prison, a girl who \ is the pride and joy of their heart,.
marries him because she believes ----------- -
in him. and the result of their %%-,
union an adorable" baby girl who M > <>KK MI KKNK KEI.
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a c-ast that also includes Franchot
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"Baby, Take a How." coming to
the Seventh Avenue Theatre on
Sunday, introduces five-year-old
Shirley Temple in her first title
role. Little Shirley has become one
of the- outstanding personalities on
the screen.
.lame.- Dunn and Claire Trevor
are together again in "Baby, Take
a How." as Shirley's parents.
It's a sparkling comedy-drama
that gets under way in the first
lew scenes and maintains a rapid
tempo to the exciting finish. The
story deals with the struggle for
happiness and success of a young
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appreciate the efforts and
services of Rabbi David 1.
David I. Rosenbloom of Miami Beach, and take
this means of expressing our gratitude.
visit ed
Jackson-
RABBI ROSENBLOOM
ville last year and made B thorough inspection of
our modern wholesale abattoir where the finest of
Kansas steers are slaughtered daily to supply our
Kosher trade in Miami, Miami Beach and elsewhere
in Florida, by competent shochtim. The same con-
ditions still exist today.
have his com-
m e n d a t ion
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way helped to insure that Miami and Miami Beach
Jewry will have strictly Kosher beef of the finest
quality.
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-*- HE unprecedented public reception and response given
the New Ford V-S for 1935 has severely taxed our most
complete facilities, both ai Miami and Miami Beach. We
greatly appreciate the co-operation and indulgence shown
by more than 250 purchasers and pledge our bust efforts
to effect immediate deliver!* s.
We have the assurance of Ford Motor Company that addi-
tional large shipments of new cars will be rushed to meet
our requirements and believe that we shall deliver more
than 300 new Ford V-S', b( fore the end of January.
.May we take this opportunity to express our appreciation
both to Miamiana and our winter visitors for their kindly
patronageand in the meantime
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