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The Jewish Floridian ( February 22, 1935 )

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wJewisti Filariidlliai in FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY ol. 8—No. 8 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 1935 Price Five Cents Announcements MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1545 S. W. Third Strut JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi Early services begin at 5:30 p. n., with the lilt:services at H:."!0, %  hen the Kahlii will preach on "Re|g "ii, Privilege or Problem." The ual chanting and congregational Inking will be enjoyed. Saturday ^orn ng services begin promptly II o'clock and the Rabbi will Bach in Yiild sh. Mincha sen be at 5 p. m. ar followed by the lalosh Saudah and Maariv selves. The public is welcome at the ; halosh Saudah service, which is le only cine conducted in Miami rery Saturday. ",BROTHERHOOD Rabbi Akiba said: "Every human being and not only a Jew is beloved by God since he is a creature of God, made in His image." 'I he righteous among all nations have a share in the world to come. What is unpleasant to yourself do not unto your fellowman Love all human creatures and thus bring them nearer to the principles of the Torah. Religions are the preparations and the preface to the Messiah we expect, who is the fruit Himself of the seed originally sown; and all men will be the fruit of Cod's seed when they acknowledge Him and all become one mighty tree. Those who lie to non-Jews and steal from them belong to the category of blasphemers; for it is due to their guilt that many say the Jews have no binding law. Remain grateful to anyone who hath helped thee; be sincere and true with everyone, even though they be not Jews; be the first to extend courteous greeting to every man, whatever be his faith, and provoke not to wrath one whose belief differs from thine. Electric Rates Are Reduced I am pleased to announce the second reduction of lighting rates within the past nine months for all territories covered by the Flor| ida Power & Light Company except the territory within the city limit ; of Miami. The new low rates will be effective on bills I where the meter is read on and after April 1, 1936, and will mean a reduction to every residential cu turner of the Florida Power & i.iuht Company who is using a general lighting rate except those living within the city limits of TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. E. Nineteenth St. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi Last Friday evening Dr. Kaplan jBgan a brief course of lectures on 'Ifewish history. The first dealt with the Jewish viewpoint in writing history. Tonight he will speak OB "The Childhood of the Jewish People." His third lecture will 13-Year Cantor Chants Services Proclamation Brotherhood Day ws as Ki w: IEKF.AS. Sunday. February 1933, has been proclaimed us Krotherhood Hay; and JHH Miami, It is regrettable that we : .; are prevented from placing these new rates in Miami because of the present rate litigation. The saving tn lighting customers will total approximately $150,000 annually Under the new rates. The present reduction, together with other reductions during the past year, will mean a saving to our customers of To Be Ohserved ovor 4oo oo p t,r year n their electric service bills. In the revised lighting rates the top block Brotherhood Day. which will lie has Deen cut onc ct '"t per kilowatt observed nationally throughout the i hour the minimum bill remaining United States Sundiuy, February 24, thl same by Protestant, Catholic and Jew, j Thl new low lighting rates will will be observed in Miami this Satbenefit the small lighting customer The 13-year-old Cantor tlenashe'le, who arrived here this week on a tour of the country, will be heard chanting the services twice I 117HKRKAS, the said day has this evening, tomorrow morning | TTfceen designated for the purand in n concert Sunday night at I pose of mobilizing the good will deal with the "Adolescence of the • Beth Jacob Synagogue, Miami of all persons of all faiths for the ur,la > and Sumiilv Toni ht a <"' M W lh !" dc ; fln,ta Jewish People," his fourth with I Beach. The young cantor has ncommon welfare so that intolertomorrow .11 Rabbis in the Great'JJ* of !" WV • make rcthe "Maturity of the Jewish Pao-1 ceived splendid ovations wherever .we may be banished amongst MlBmi are Synagogues will < luitl n J electric rates whenpie." The subject of the fifth lee-| he has been hear,!, and critics say Protestants. Catholics and Jew.. I "" : h "" Brotherhood Day and "' >' POUlble, so that every class tore will IK. the "Patriotism of the he has an unusually thorough ur e %  cloKr understanding be" f our customers may be able to Prophets." %  Saturday morning services are held in Kaplan Hall at 11 o'clock. Immediately preceding these servfjts the confirmation class meets Xth the rabbi from 10 to 11 KTII DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 139 S. W. Third Ave. MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi The late services tonight will be featured by the chanting and singing "!' Cantor 1. katz, formerly of Detroit. Uablii Shapiro will preach on "Goodwill Movement Between Chi, tiaii anil .lew Is It a Necessity.'" Saturday morning Cantor K*t/. will chain the service.. The Junior Congregation meets at 10:."it. The Boys Bar Mitzva Club %  Meis every Sunday morning for vices and breakfast at 8 o'clock. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 111 Washington Avc., Miami Beach DAVID I. KOSENBLOOM, Rabbi B'he early services begin at 5:80, with the services being chanted by the 13-year-old Cantor Menashe'le of New York City. The late services begin at H:.'!0, when the Rabbi will preach on "The Value of Friendship." The late services will also hear the young cantor in a number of liturgical selections. Saturday inclining the services will be chanted by the young cantor. Robert Turchin, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben ^'urchin, will be Bar Mitzva. He will recite the Haftoro and will speak briefly, followwhich he will be addressed by Rabbi, who will speak in YidChevra Thilim will be led [the Rabbi at 4:30 and will be |owed by the Shalosh Saudah Maariv services. MENASHELF knowledge of the traditional intonationand chantings of liturgy, that even few older cantors posit is expected that the Synagogue will be crowded i" capacity because of the splendid reputation ol th young cantor, and thi Sunday concert was arranged because of this condition. A nominal adin charge is being made. Auxiliary to Sponsor Supper One of the gala events of the season will be the annual Dutch Supper being sponsored by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation at the clubrooms of the Young Men's Hebrew Association Sunday evening, February 24. Supper will be served from 0:30 to 0 p. m. Following supper, those who desire may play arils. Prizes will be awarded for high scores. This annual Dutch Supper is one of the outstanding events of the affairs sponsored by the organization during the winler season, the proceeds being devoted to the Talmud Torah fund of the organization. In charge of arrangements is a committee headed by Mrs. Milton Weiner. N OW, THEREFORE, I, E. G. tween people of all faiths. Sunday make a more complete uae of elecSewell, Mayor of the City of morning the Radio Synagogue will trilit yWe are trying to do all Miami, declare the said day to be present a special program with that we can to give all of our cusone of Brotherhood, devoted to Judge Heffernan speaking for the tomers the advantages that electorship and to renewed determiCatholics and Mr. A. W. Reynolds, tricity will bring to them in their nation .so that tolerance and spirpresident of the V. M. C. A., speakhomes in addition to the original ilual observance may exist being for the Protestants. The pro!'"'!'""<' of lighting. This means tween all religious creeds and begram will be heard over station thi u '' Bre not n| y lowering our liefs and. further, that all people WIOD, and Rabbi Machtei will conratea whenever possible, but we maj give expression or their gralelude the program, to which Midi•'""'' B,8 ''"''"-' everything possible itude for the benefits and blessI me has been allotted. '"' "' in ,ower P riced electrical apings that are enjoyed in this beauMayor K. (i. Sewell, advised yesI' 1 '-""' I mera through tiful land of sunshine, free from Lerday of the g-eneral observance de al %  '"' ""'' 0Wn '"> %  We religious misunderstandings, and of the day. immedi ued a wi anr un !i tho n ear with peace on earth and good will proclamation, printed in this isfl! ur electric towards all mankind. u calling for a city-wide observ' to buy a ance of the spirit of the day. "'"' at a cost G IVEN under my hand and seal •• %  national conference of Chris "' ; a '""'•> We are al Miami. Florida, this 21st tians and .lews, under whose B ponday oi February, A. I). 1935. i.. G. SEWELL, Mayor. Famous Stars To Aid Bureau B p on also plai make it possible sorship the national observance of f r om ; lul >' electric I ay is being held, has "'"" % %  toasters, perc lators, waffle promulgated a declaration of irons > tabIe grills, heating pads 1 herh I. which says: and other small appliances on small i intend to do unto other-, of monthly payments at no increase whatever race Of creed, aI would 0ver Ul cash i,: '' Prices. Und r have them do to me. ,ni P lan > these appliances may be Ii is my purpose to respect the J Purchased through dealers or at rights of human beings, and to '""' u,i judge each fellow man on his inDuring 1934 there has been a Karl Carroll, famous theatrical dividual merits alone. marked increase in the use of el cproducer, In addition to serving on I will oppose every organized ofln( '''v ;n l, "" u ''" |;| c omnv the entertainment committee for fort to evoke fear or hatred of any establishments. Tins was due to the "Night of Stars" benefit to be religious or racial group. f ome ext ent the *eneral upturn staged on March 6 by the Jewish These cards, which all are urged '" business and to a great extenl Welfare Bureau at the Biscayne to *ive their friends as a reminder to '"'' 8*neral reduction in electric I'laza Theatre, Miami Beach, has <%  the purpose of the day. may be raU s (lurln *r tho • v, ar w n arranged tc, donate the services of obtained from the Jewish Kloridian UK ,ower DrIceB on electrical merhU technical staff from the Palm r llom the Radio Synagogue, free Chandiw. There were over 18,000 Island. Club for the proper stagof charge. e,ect !" rang. s. water heaters and proper ing of the huge performance. Charles Ashley, stage manager for the Palm Island revue and several editions of the "Vanities," has refrigerators purchased by our customers during 111.14 and we now have 25,893 homes (1 out of every include stage and screen celebriIi) using one or more of these, aperal editions ot the "\anities. has %  ,, %  .... volunteered his services and will I ^ %  „! T' V S"""* A| ''"'"*"" :i, i > B act a. stage manager for the pre.. M T" as We them are U8in aU ,h '"" '"' thMe entat those vacationing here. appliances. This swing to com-P, Tickets will go on sale no later plete electric service was due. to I he entertainment program. lh;lM ,,,. i(1 t ( nvi .„ i( lU ,,„,,. „„. (iWi r appTiance to headed by a committee consisting lion8 l(1 lu mmUMed later liy „ ,. xl „,, s : vi *^ eSort Cto the of Sophie Tucker, Helen Morgan. R. Adler. general manage of the reasonable monthly bill for elec I Mr. Carroll an.l Vincent Lopez, will event. All seats will be reserved. (Continued on Page 8)



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Put Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, February 22, 1935 The campaign to raise funds and the membership drive of the Jewish Welfare lUn.au is now in progress, i"il workers are activelj -an \. K the entire Greater Miami area because of the fact that the hurt in : %  without funds to carry on iis work. A very enthusiastic meeting of workers was held at the Palatial Restaurant last Wednesday an.l incomplete reports wi re presented. V 01 ki rs m i again until next week, when mil reports will IK 1 obtained. The % %  '. I to spond as )' at to the i; ,..' for funds. Ladies' Auxiliary 01 the -Miami Jew sh Orthodox Congregation will be held at the Synagogue next Tuesday evening, Feberuary 26, u> which all members are Invited. Plans for the annual Purim dance of the organization will be dlai ussed. Rabbi !•'. Nissan Friedman of the Jewish Synagogue at Barcelona, .-pain, will be the guest speaker at Saturday morning services in lni H M a Beach. He the problems of re : a wish communal life of the Inquisition and • nal problems v %  Germ in refugees who have come to Spain recently. arrive in Miami about March 8th, boon firing the ball in the vicinity where they will face the starting of the back wall as much as posMr. and Mrs. David Silver] m room will be constructed. This is • • H __m Miss Ree Shochet, accompanied the fi,st time that international Beth I>.vnl C ongrega ton will MUs Rhea Cohen of Balti P rmders have come to M.am.. sponsor a series of ^ erts l da> Md „ are spe ndin g several week, .. will be under the perthrough SundaybyCantorL Rat* • Q{ ^ — nal direction of Millard Luen. 0 f Detroit, assisted by the Beth shoc h e t f the better known and qualDavid choir. The concerts, pro•• • %  _^ • i %  of six-day bicych „ %  |g of which will go toward the maintenance of the Talmud Torah, w 1 be at 8:16 p. m. Friday. 9 Mr H J. Cohen of Orlando, presa. m. Saturday and 3 p. m. Sui | ; „ Di ,| n ol the Ctntor Katz will chant liturgic Florida Conferer I Orthodox mi ratic anas. I i nsi \ ative Rabbis an.l LayFor tha Flneat In Dread Try NEW YORK RYE B i, ai ; as % %  %  t is foi dwel • inity." •Have we i "'' ,; '• •' us? i B ibu iiclay February 24 9 19dO Has Boon Oesignated aa orof.ierliooa Day to bo observed nationally to strengthen the bonds which united Protestant Catholic, and Jew as BROTHERS in all enterpriees which advance the citizenship of the I'nited States. WE EXTEND OUR HAND IN FELLOWSHIP AND BROTHERHOOD TO JEW, CATHOLIC AND PROTESTANT THE ENLARGED BURDINE*S IE WISH SECTION and S> Is NOW LOCATED BOOK DEPARTMENT Fourth Floor Burdine's M ,M, — M ^M BEACH SunJune c&J&omd. s in Miami and will remain hound acing %  %  '• %  %  %  n of aid's fit Iswald, g dways I • en fates a B.scaj % %  ... vi d his .• %  ; %  ver to thi w< si li I Hill HuntS w % %  k. Fr I W aa eensa %  .. ... Bl West I l :many fai p Court, Smoky Ofar I Dancing Officer, three •' Osvi I's stars, I | | ffspring P lice Court : .;. •• ght an : th thers its • %  •• % %  • %  • \: few a Is it W it Flag i havi an %  \ i •. I I ineven greater numbers A until th %  >f th' 1 % %  April 1. Mist Ruth Schwartz, who be•ame th< % %  of Arthur Schwartz last week, was entertained at a laneous shower riven by Mi is \ li li Si gall ..' ayed and • i Mrs. San '•' %  • I Miss Tillie Prediagtr. A % %  by Miss lyl Wli ti" and r • Rabbi S. M Mac! I ciate at t • Michael %  %  %  Vlirasol I •. Island, Tar ... Kla :.'. 1 Th placeat the V. K. peetcd"to Mr and Mr -' u< ,; "., • • %  12*2 "• • -yi\/t_l l .•n.ft.aa J ft. 20 Tin • r. M.— %  fwriag M Sun.-Mon., Feb. 24-2:. SERVANTS' ENTRANCE Gaynor — Lew Ayres Ned Sparks y p Mrs. Sol Rotl rr-.' •' %  J .' P irin I .."' ( David Sisterhood, which A eld at the Frolicn Sunlay evening, Mai h is being asWe Greet All on Brotherhood Day AMER.CAN'i5Bn)WM6Cj 452 W. Flagler St. Sist I of Ten irael %  •..'. • n .:I I %  arty at I ay at B ach< Villa V< n Mian I' .. Mrs Mark Mas i rman I • %  assisted Mr*. F. H. Fisher. Mrs. William I, Mrs H I Magid, Mrs irles E nfield, Mrs. Per: %  %  ll Mrs. Ha ry K if nai Mr?. Max in f r tin lunch( • •. i] %  v :. — • .'• %  — MUSA ISLE ... ^v ami's Busie*t ..America's Ljqest-"Rs^L GLOSS 3§uia. 51 E.lFlaqlcr St. 60 S.E. First St SALUTES Brotherhood Day KS AN 0PPORT1 %  BOVE PREJUDICES AND TO W • •-. : EXOCRACY i %  SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE S :.-. *.. -itlk t. GIFTS \ .-^ W reatliag ... %  Tif.r aai N %  TH.-• Par-Bin Car w tha • i -ri >i i %  .. i. '*--• --. w:i ft la-re ft %  rift furs > •r.tk • r > i •! a : %  • *. %  n i a c e. g TO %Wd % %  %  atifa ir ic'i %  -. • — P. • I J 1 .3 ft, T m• : • a I le.tj • ~ A lllf l 1 •: r i.. J %  I %  %  • • ^ -• VF* >'RA PRODV T* For Variety 1* Brtaa Ml. JONAH GREENWALD Of tie Qmteui Hotel. AUutk City Will Welcome You :: the BISCAYXE-COLLINS HOTEL Bi^iT., St. mat CoH.i. Are. M iaini Beach Wkere tke STRICTEST KASBSUS Is Combined With tke Finest Cuisine ?•:: A ?.%  REASONABLE RATES 4



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Friday, February 22, 1935 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three wJewisti Fllondluan FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY Newt Tower Bide. PUBLISHED IVIBY FBIDAT by lb* JEWISH FLOHIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. O. Ill Miami, Fla. Phone 2-5M4 III S. W. I ilk 1,MH EDITORIAL OFVICK8: 1-UM J. LOUIS SHOCIIET, Editor rEED K. siiociiKT. CircalatUa *.,,.,., CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative Inland • KKoad c .., nutter July 4. 1910. at th. Pent Offle. t Miami. Florloa. under tiia Act of March I. 187l. WIST PALM BEACH SAMUEL SCHUTZER Representative ST. PETERSBUKG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN Representative ORLANDO IRENE BKAVEKMAN Reprerentntive TAMPA MRS. M. H. KISLEE Represenintive and Sam Argintar. Mr. Jerome A. Waterman was re-elected president of the Gulf Air Lines, Inc., at the annual meeting of the stockholders and directors of the company last week. Mr, and Mrs. M. Leibovitz, formerly of 846 South Delaware ave., are now residing at S4!t South Boulevard. WEST FLORIDA BUSINESS AGENT S. G. AROSON 4209 Central Are., Tampa, Fla. a T.ar SUBSCEIPTION II. H -Jl.tt FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1935 Vol. 8— No. 8 No Basic Difference The New York World-Telegram recently published a series of interviews with leaders of the American Jewish • or.-.ir.unity on the issue of the anti-Nazi boycott. Among those who were questioned as to whether the anti-Nazi boycott is desirable were Dr. Stephen S. Wise, It. C. Vladec!', Joseph M. I'roskauer and Mrs. Estelle Sterncrger. These interviews did not contribute anything new ; this question. As a matter of fact, the anti-Nazi boycott is a more or less accepted attitude of a great majority of American lib—!a and enjoys, as is generally known, the support of the American Federation of Labor and other organizations. The interview that created something of a tempest in a tea:ot was the one given by Judge I'roskauer, who reiterated his personal opposition to an organized boycott. Very few will agree with the learned jurist, whose logic on Jewish affairs does not seem to be on a par with his legal ability. It seems to us that the New York World-Telegram made a poor choice in selecting the boycott as a controversial issue. It was, moreover, a sad error on its part to limit this symposium to Jews and to convey the impression that these individual opinions were the official pom is of view of representative Jewish organizations. By consulting the official reports the author of these interviews would have discovered that there is much more rnanimity of opinion on this subject than is generally believed. The only debatable issue on which the major Jewish organizations differ is us to whether the boycott should be carried on as a non-sectarian action or as a strictly Jewish instrument. In fact, the American Jewish Committee, of which Judge I'roskauer is a member, as far back as December, 1988, went on record at a time when the hue and cry was for a "Jewish Boycott," as follows: "The Committee feels that Nazism is not alone a Jewish problem, but also a world menace. In this view it is sup|Orted by unmistakable evidence from within the borders of Germany; the suppression of all freedom of speech, press and assembly; the destruction of the rights won by labor unions and women; the utilization of the church for the aims of the State, and the militaristic aims of the Nazi leaders. "In view of these conditions, while the American Jewish Committee sympathizes with the desire, and recognizes the right of individuals to refrain from buying goods made in Germany, it reaffirms its definite decision not to endorse or participate in a boycott organized by Jews in the I'nited States." The Women's Auxiliary of Temple Rodoph Sholom will give a Purim dance .March l!l at the Tampa Vacht and Country Club, with music by -Manuel Sanchez' orchestra. Mrs. A. M. Wolfson and Mrs. Simon Marks are general chairmen for the dance. Dr. Samuel Benjamin, formerly of Jacksonville, Ela., and now of Palestine, was the guest of honor at a dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Kisler Thursday evening at their home. Dr. Benjamin at this time met a number of his friends from Cleveland, Ohio, Providence, R. I., and Jacksonville, Fla. Later in the evening he spoke at the V. M. II. A. in behalf of the Jewish National Fund. Rabbi A. Burger has organized a class in Jewish history and discussions on the Bible for adults which takes place at the Temple every Tuesday night at 8 o'clock. Anyone interested and wishing to join in this class may do so by fretting in touch with the Rabbi. Jacksonville News The Junior Daughters of Israel held their first large social affair situations and interesting characterizations. Mrs. S. Drucker entertained Tuesday afternoon in her home on Boulevard with a benefit card recently, when a basketball dance' > )art v witn half thc proceeds gowas held following a game between in to tnt Lubes' Hebrew Sheltering AiiS Society fund. the Savannah J. E. A. team and tho Florida Pipe Co. Mrs. M. I). Margolis, organizer of the Junior Daughters, was presented with a Greens and bowls of flowers were used throughout the rooms. Ash trays were awarded to holdbouquet of flowers by Miss Edith '' rs f ni score at each table. Wolfson, president of the Juniors. Orlando Notes Tampa Notes AI Services at Rodoph Sholom Temple last Friday night, February 16, Rabbi Adolph Burner observed "Brotherhood Night." The first part of the service was read by Sam Osier, a member of the Bar Mitzvah class, kiddish was recited by Edward Weissman, and Bobbie Kasriel spoke on the portion of the Bible for the coming week. The guest speaker for the evening was Rev. W. Metcalf of the Congrega ional church of Tampa, and the Rodoph Sholom Choir sang special numbers for the occasion. This coming Friday night Rabgi Levenberg of Cleveland, Ohio, will be I higuest speaker. Gainesville Notes Helta chapter of Phi Beta Delta gave a banquet Sunday honoring it.newly initiated members, The banquet came after the formal init ation of the icv. members at the fraternity's beautiful new chapter house ami preceded a latei .. evening. Alvin Cassel. president of the chapter, \\a loastmaster. Pro1 .i. Well, faculty adviser of tiic chapter, -poke during the evening. Newly initiated members are Harold S. Tannenbaum, Miami; Harry Lasris, Jacksonville; Frank Wotitzky, Punta Gorda; Billy Leventhal, Miami Beach; Emanuel Levenson, Daytona Beach. The banquet marked the tenth anniversary of Delta chapter of Phi Beta Delta upon the University of Florida campus. Present officers of the chapter are Alvin Cassel. president; David Kothstein, vice-president; Joe (J. Safer, treasurer; Herman B. Lasris, secretary; Anson I. Dreisen, marshal; and Bennett R. Applebaum, clerk. St. Petersburg At Cong. B'Nai Israel Rabbi A. P. Kleinfeld will hold services Friday evening at S o'clock and Saturday morning at !>. The topic of ;iie sermon is "George Washingi I'M an Inspiration for Service and Duty." Rabbi S, Benjamin addressed the congregation on Wednesday night with satisfactory results in behalf of Palestine. A number of non-Jews were present and contributed generously to the cause. Rabbi A. Burger is directing a group of Bar Mitzvah boys in a play, "Business Is Business," same to take place at the Y. M. II. A. building, March .'(. The boys in the cast are Sam Weber, Didncy Dubin, Marvin Essrig, Sam Kotler The new synagogue, located at Arlington ave. and 12th st., will be partly completed by March 1, when the first service will be held on that date. The dedication, however, will be deferred until wholly completed. The Religious School is now rehearsing a Purim play, "Queen Special prizes were won by Mrs. I). Rosenthal, Mrs. Oscar Margol and Junior Hadassah is sponsoring "r a. J Sh apiro, a Bohemian Garden Party at the Jewish Center Tuesday evening, February 26. Miss Kate Bandrim| mer is general chairman and is being assisted by Miriam Carlton, N, Several hundred quests attendII. Shorestein and Pete Rosenblatt, ed the official installation ceremonies for officers of the Ohev Dr. Stephen s. Wise, renowned Sholom Congregation Sunday night rabbi and preacher, will -peak at at the Synagogue. Rabbi Dr. Pethe Temple Monday night at the reira Mendez, Rabbi Emeritus of invitation of Rabbi Israel Kaplan, the Portuguese Congregation of j Dr. Wise is visiting Florida to deNew York, was the principal speak' liver the baccalaureate address at er. Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld of St. Rollins College next Sunday. Petersburg represented the Florida Conference of Orthodox and ConMiss Minnie Reba Sclber, daughservative Rabbis and Laymen. Rev. ter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Sclber, will B. Safer spoke during the evobe married to Robert Leonard ning. Officers installed were Mr. Block, son of Mr. and Mrs. I.. B. J. Cohen, president; II. Kanner, Block, Sunday, February 24, at li vice-president; M. I.evine, secrcp. m. in the Jacksonville Jewish tary, and I. Friedman, treasurer. Cnter. with Rabbi M. |). MargOIt was one of the most impressive lie officiating. events in recent years in the city Miss Sclber will be attended by of orlando. Miss Beck Smith amaid of honor I and by Mrs, A. E, Selber and Mrs. Mrs. Ben Oppenberg entertained, llaskell Zimmerman as matrons of with a luncheon and bridge recenthonor. Bridesmaids will be Misses ly. A delicious lunch was served, Mae Goldle Setzer, Clara Kramer.! following which bridge was played. May Heyman and Minnie Smith. Mr. Block's best man will l.c The Ladies' Auxiliary of Ohe\ Philip Sclber. Heyman Sclber, Hen-! Sholom Congregation met at the ry Kramer, A. I'.. Sclber. llaskell j home of Mrs. B. .1. Cohen last Zimmerman, Helman Smith, Abe Tuesday night. Following the Horovitz, Morris Slott and Morris business meeting bridge was played Silbert will act as ushers and will. a nd refreshments were served. be members "f the wedding party The flower girl will be Joyce ELECTRIC KATES Hun,wit/, and Harold Jacobson will AUK REDUCED act aring bearer. (Continued from Page 1) Following the ceremony a receptricit y made available by our lion will be held to enable the Thrifty Three plan, which was inyoung couple to spend; some time augurated in 1031. Now it is poswith their guests. Their many sible for tne average home to opfriends will be glad to know that| erate a complete electric service they will make their home in Jackfor an entire lonth { r 'rom ?'." gonville. i t o $ ir> according to the number of people anif extent of use. It is also possible for a customer who has been using lights only, to use electricity for lighting, refrigeration and a few other electrical appliances, such as a toaster, percolator and iron for from $4 to $0 a month. In the past year, through thc Better Light—Better Sight educational program, thousands of our Misses Rebecca and Minnie Customers have learned the proper Smith entertained in their home use f electricity for lighting It in Springfield Tuesday night with wl now be Possible for every pera surprise party honoring M.ssi s on usin S electricity to protect Minnie Sclber. whose marriage to th( ir eyesight and the eyesight of Robert Block of Norfolk, Va.,! t hcir children with but a small inwill be an event of February 24. nast or no increase at all in The r ns were decorated with their monthl v electric service bill. spring flowers and novelties in Practically every type of work the valentine motif. in ,h< nome CBn '"' l] "' 1 better Tablewere arranged for bridge, electrically ami with these new pokeno and rummy. Scores were ""ates, together with our Thrifty kept on attractive valentine tallies. T, "' t 1 l' la "lhl advantages of electrie refrigeration, cooking, water Another in thc series of its semi"eating, ventilation, Clothes washmonthly meetings will be held by in *i ironing, dishwashing and the Jewish Cultural League at 8:30 Waning can be enjoyed by praco'clock Wednesday evening in th. Hcally everyone. The day is not Jacksonville Jewish Center. far w "cu '' Can visualize every A novel program has been arhome connected to the lines of thii !. the feature of which will Company, using electricity for all be a play reading, "Mr. Pirn Passes tnese ervicea and many more By." The following are taking part which wil1 undoubtedly be ^'Velio the performance: Adele II. Bern' H d stein, Esther Hackel, Harry Sobol, sincerely hope that the inMontague Rosenberg. Fannye Horereased use of electricity under ovitz and Abe Rothstein. The play theM new ,ow ratea wil > *• M [S replete with many humorous ea8ier for man y thousands of Florida women, and you have my asEsther," a musical drama in four surancc that increased use will acts, written and composed by help us to make further reductions Rabbi Kleinfeld, which will be in the future. given Sunday, March 17. (Signed) G. C. ESTILL. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Nachman entertained with a housewarming and bridge party Sunday evening in their home in Riverside. After several progressions of bridge, the hosts were assisted in serving delicious refreshments by Mrs. 11. Nachman and Mrs. Harry Sachs.



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Pago Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, February 22, 1935 HaMo ffym$&$ Bulletin Edite! by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Pounder end I'^tcv.r, Raatc .'Tntgof of America SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA Vol. V, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1935 No. 10 One can give Charity. That One is God, who acti with lovingkindness towards us. What is asked of you is "Justice, Not Chanty. At All Good Storoa Aak for NBW YORK BREAD Scot By-I'roduct of Medical Numerus Clausua "Justice, Not Charitv" Scripture Reading, I'-alm XI.I, Verses 1 and 2 If you wi n I it i ly a lort Ijrn lai j i turned the pagi D %  f you mbed the vocabulary alien %  a symbol, not a glyph, lifer, might come t>> the nrai uncharitable, did not know ; • exai ne close!; rew language you a word vi r ited for charity, I ia Tiedokoh,*' which means justice, righteousness. Were you to brand j Jews as uncharitable, you would be misjudging them, yet, we have no crord limited ii irity," as it ii i by other I Thus it is tha -"Welfare Bureau, the Jewish relief organization of the f r t ne -'• -' a : its present campaign thi tpression, "Justice. Not Charity." On a ; %  • .. %  bed n the "Art f Giving." WV have ._%  -. t harity as iti by Maimonides, placing in first rn f I • %  • l>' to become self%  • .It will, i fore, ur i • to repeat been thoughts on Charity w rough the Talmud and to comment on thei' leemed advisable. "Charity is more valuable than sacrifices, and alone equals the exercisi iof all relig ui I rms." I it I the attention oi fasts t wi r al %  •• all • Ise in the ey< i of G -i. The foil w ng may alt I for that V.:. ever engages in the study of the law. and does not practice is to be con as no G I." "It is tick and bury the lead wit I distinct ioi I i Spending n • .-.'.-' Toi Ai %  •.'•• : • a fr wn. He g mu with a smile." "" mpla poor. God says "By your ] ility you recoi i i i h %  '• i peace bet many i. 5 tea is tl Cha %  g that man' ipi rt • I his less f ra r creed, is a Ju ;. We arc ur "brother's keeper." Will v u make man burd< financial loads op' %  %  i pa -:: % %  : % %  to your God than 1 iumb ani• t mandat ry u] n j it hel] your I you % %  who j :,'. servant fa I lows f thi T ra-:. draw th • %  Finai i .--:-:: rt a great f benevolei than you i i %  economic n of a the mire of deit food and shell T'r. We • j human comw that a ma y the %  b enevolence, Tzednkoh is V .. inslation I I know. It plea f some people 1 feel that t :. th:.". thy a: .%  : h ire endowed with an overabunire men and w men who want I b nsidered .-•.-: its To the:::, it conveyi the nduct latory, but that they their display of comn for f It ma) a harita %  v. .' %  .:' %  %  Tl -. ; : I He wou But. tary ar.d optional act, ed by religious law t ::. ti put asi l i for dist relfare and s tl • %  %  illowcd as dedu their ii Whi v Some are valid not. Of 1 loni not a ise, in; ; ilitiei e. is not ng to a thinking %  I ha imations to the Ra I maj of s I food and shelter. My '.ikeand dis should : i. Get down from your pedestal. You do not give Charity. Only St Andrews, Scotland—A curi-j ous by-prodkict of the numerus clausua against Jewish students in American medical schools was disclosed at the graduation exercises of the medical college of St. An::-. wi University when sever. Ameri ai Jewi were granted degrees. The graduating class con;: Six of the seven AmeriA ere from the New York 123 > IV KKsHTH ST PHONE 2-7529 Tha lift in 'Irocerira. Maata. Fruiu and Vegetables .Mi-Donald to Seek llomeint foi -., A | mes I i thousandi of n %  G McDonald, League f Satiot ner for German refugees, :ng here at the end of February for a trip to South America study at first hand the ; bilities of settling subsantial numbers of the refugees there. Mr. McDonald will concentrate irly on Brazil and Argentina. Adults 20c—Childrea 10c K.. Offlca up... Tin fir llsS T. M. Sun.-Mon.. Feb. 24-25 Miriam Hopkins—Joel McCrea lay Wray RICHEST GIRL IN THE WORLD i I J Rt BBINS ROOFING 4 SURE"! Ml IA!. WORKS fers since 1919. Inspt ns and Estimates Free. 2'. S. W ': .-. i 30llt!^ St jtJkrtatOtKMk Mum, r nct-t Shu* Store" (RUSSIA) S END a Torgsin Order to your relatives ond friends in the Soviet Union and enable them to buy at the Torgin Stores located in every larger city of the U. S. S. R. These stores carry about 15,000 differmt domestic and imported articles of high quality; CLOT HIS G, SHOES, rubbers, shirts, vnderuear, hosiery; FLOUR, sugar, dried and canned vegetables, butter, coffee, and other FOOD STUFFS; household goods, tobaccos, etc. TO PLACES WHERE THERE ARE NO TORGSIN STORES, THE MERCHANDISE IS MAILED PROMPTLY BY PARCEL POST. Trices compare favorably with those in America Efficient, op-to-ditt and courteom icrvlM •t all Torgsin Stors For Torgsin Order* sea year local bank or authorized agent Ctfltfcu t|it!S(.-i.; jU i It AkTORQ. 261 Fifth A.i.. N.T. HOME SERVICE \MBULANCE SERVICE VHERN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHERN, Pree. 1319 West Flagler Street Telephone 2 2211 Hamlyn Mattress Company MATTRESSES BOX SPRINGS PILLOWS BOAT CUSHIONS Renovating and Manufacturing •PERSONAL SERVICE" Upholstering and Befiaiaklttg Forniture of All Kinds Studio Couches | WHEN IN JACKSONVILLE j EAT AT ] BegaJ's Kosher Restaurant 507 LAURA ST. | (Opposite Cohen Bros. Dept. Store) OPEN ALL HOURS Phone 2-4S56 1158 N. Miami Ave. Miami, Fla. 'C*I AND CN.v o tt#Sr ~% FRESH DR.BRQWN'S QTXMUU (W*nj lo*ic SEA FOODS 8TOP AT CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Our Fish are the freshest — Caujrht our own boats daily If It |. Sea ?•.. w. fc|T* It al It. Tery beat. %m-i it ttretleU low prleea. O.r method of kaadllar sad eellimg 9ea Food i. |. ohitrruc w•. %%  all •'. etaitar* mL- ind reralatloai. llolllrd and I).,lr, bated Lacallf % %  TRY-ME Soda & Bottling Co. ISM N. Uitmi Aw. PIMMM :-T::J White Oak Leather HALF SOLES ...50c LADIES' HEELS 15c Atlantic Sho Shop 14* N. B. Pint ATeaae Opp. Cortas Hotel



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Iday, February 22, 1935 •OCItTY letfl Jacob Sisterhood is spon%  ng its annual dance at the FIolian Hotel on Sunday evening, ^rch 10, full details of which 1 be announced in our next ia• • in unusually pleasing Sabbath lity is lent to the Friday night lers at Kraemer's strictly kosh%  dining room at Miami Beach by singing of Zmiros (Sabbath ins), the reciting of Kiddush, at the main table. Guests lally include a number of promit visiting Rabbis and Cantors has afforded many the opporkity of obtaining a glimpse of '. Sabbath enjoyment they would otherwise obtain. Mr. Kraeis the operator of the well )wn hotel bearing his name in Clemens, Mich., and Detroit, is the only hotel in Mt. C'lemunder the supervision of the Kashrus committee. In lmi Beach it has a mashgiach is under the supervision of the kmi Beach Kashrus committee. >ndid dinners are being served y al an unusually low price. • .1. W. Barenburg of Baltiiv, Md., who recently returned in a European trip, will be the 1st speaker at a public meeting Sunday evening, February 24, icth David Talmud Torah Hall, pn he will talk on the work of "Ii'ur." There will be no adkion charge. The meeting is ng sponsored by the "Cultural her of Miami." The public is led to attend. is. li. Streit of Brooklyn, N. who is visiting her daughter son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Is of this city, was the guest of honor at a surprise party last week at their home. During the evening games were played and at a late hour delicious refreshments were served. Senior Hadassah will hold) its annual donor's dinner at the Blackatanc Hotel, Miami Beach, next Wednesday, February 27, with Mrs. Barney Weinkle in charge of arements. A very elaborate prom has been prepared for this t, which is one of the outnding affairs of the current on. • • The Sunday school of the Miami ish Orthodox Congregation is rehearsing its Purim play. ed "Purim High Jinks." This be presented on the Sunday eding Purim. Rabbi Julius her is directing the play. • • full details of the annual Purim of the Ladies' Auxiliary of .Miami Jewish Orthodox Conrat inn, to be held at the Floin Hotel on Tuesday evening, rdi [9, will be announced in the issue of this paper. meeting of Junior Hadassah held last Monday evening at i home of Miss Marion Blank. lort8 "f the bridge party retly given at the Ritter's Hotel, WE GREET ALL on Brotherhood Day FLORIDA LINEN SUPPLY CO. 1103 N. W. 7th Court W. P. FAVRNSON, Mgr. Miami Beach, indicated that it was a successful affair. In co-ordination with a drive for n n members, several events and campaigns are being arranged, which will be culminated by an Officers' Ball, to be tendered to paid-up members and their escorts, date and place to be announced shortly. Miss Sylvia Ray vis was appointed chairman of publicity. Current items of interest on the subject of Palestine were discussed by Miss Ida Safer, cultural chairman. • • Cantor I. Katz, formerly of Detroit, will be heard Friday night, December 22, at the late services, Saturday morning, February 23, at !t o'clock, and Sunday afternoon, February 24, at 3 o'clock at Beth David Synagogue under the auspices of the congregation. Sunday afternoon he will be assisted by a prominent American Jewish concert artist, who will be heard in a number of selections. A nominal admission charge will be made fur ill three concerts. Beth David Sisterhood Board was entertained at luncheon WedTHE JEWISH FLORIDIAN nesday afternoon with Mrs. William Robinson, the president, as hostess. The annual Purim Ball of the Sisterhood will be held at the Frolics on Sunday evening, March .'i, when an unusually fine floor show will be presented. On March 17 the annual Purim dinner of the congregation will be held a'. its Talmud Torah Hall. On Sunday morning, March 24, the Sisterhood will entertain the pupils of the Sunday school at a Purim ] party. • • The Junior Council of Jewish Women la sponsoring a benefit dance at the Blackstone Hotel Sunday evening, February 24, for I the Atlanta Orphans' Home, which the organization has promised to help. The public is invited to attend. Senior Hadassah will hold an all day sewing circle on Monday, February 25, at the home of Mrs. L. J. Hartz, 1319 N. W. 2nd st., I which the public is invited to attend. Luncheon will be served at Page Five RADIO SYNAGOG Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and director of the Radio Synagog, will preacn on "Have We Not All One Father?" at nine o'clock on Sunday morning over station WIOD. The program will be dedicated to the observance of Brotherhood Day, nationally observed by Jews, Protestants and Catholics. Judge David J. Heffernan of the Civil Court of Record will present the Catholic view, and Mr. A. L. Reynolds, president of the Miami Y. M. C. A., will present the Protestant view on the subject of Brotherhood. There also will l>e prayers, scripture reading and music. The house that does not open to the poor will open to the physician. We Extend Our Haml in Fellowship and Brotherhood to Jew, Catholic and Protestant uoollicriiL Dairies Locally Produced Milk — Ice (mm — Cottage Cheese, Quality Dairy Products and Cultured Sour Cream PHONE 2-8481 ON THE OCCASION OF OrolWriiood Day WE EXTEND OUR HAND IN FELLOWSHIP AND BROTHERHOOD TO ALL AMERICAN EXPRESS CO. JOHN FALKENBKRG, Manager 330 E. Flaeler Street 1 I I %  • %  • mm in '"" : i I I Miinui,., We Extend Our Hand in Fellowship and Good Will on BROTHERHOOD DAY "..IMIIIIIIIMIhlllllll || The William Penn Hotel K. II. GRIFFITH, Mgr. Washington Avenue at Sixth Street MIAMI BEACH """ "" rim,minimi ,m in,,,,, mimnm i i im WF KXTFND OUR HAND IN FELLOWSHIP AND GOOD WILL on Brotherhood Day PERRY'S DAIRY FROM FARM TO CONSUMER Wholesale and Retail Phone 2-7221 We Extend Our Hand in Fellowship to All Men on BROTHERHOOD DAY BISHOP & BLAIR MIAMI'S OLDEST RESTAURANT 224 West Flagler St. OPEN ALL NIGHT Bellevue Hotel Dining Room 407 N. E. 17th Terrace Now Operated by MISS KAY (Formerly of the Robert Clay Hotel Dining Room) FAMOUS FOR FINE FOODS Prepared by the Famous Southern Chef "ROSA BROWN Featuring the Finest Club Steak in Miami—Delicious Southern Fried Chicken and RoM'a Famous Clover Leaf Rolls We Cater—Banquets, Dinner Parties or Business Luncheons A Second Cup of Delicious La Touraine Coffee Made in Glass Urns Fruit Juice FREE With Breakfast We Serve From 7:30 A. M. to 8 P. M. We Heartily Endorse "BROTHERHOOD DAY" As a Movement to Bring About a Closer Understanding Among Our Fellow Men TIP~TOP i MIAMI'S MARKET CENTERJ OUR LARGE VOLUME OF WORK MAKES POSSIBLE A SAVINGS FOR YOU WRIGLEY ArtEngraving 21 S. W. 5th Ave. Phone 2-3947



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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, February 22 Reunited for the first time since their initial co-starring venture, Janet Gaynor and Lew Ayres will be seen again as the gay young sweethearts of "Servants' Entrance" when this picture opens on Sunday at the Tivoli Theatre. Unlike anything in which they have appeared before, the story of "Servants' Entrance" will afford spectators the opportunity to laugh at the troubles as they thrill to the romance of the madcap lovers whose young lives it depicts. "Servants' Entrance" is in the romantic comedy class. "Servants' Entrance" also boasts the most imposing array of stars, stellar and featured players ever ;issenibled for a Fox production. Great wealth as a handicap instead of an advantage in the search for love is vividly dramatized in the new screen attraction, "The Richest Girl in the World," coming Sunday to the Seventh Avenue Theatre with Miriam Hopkins starred and Joel McCrea as the male lead. The young man admits ft preference for a girl with money, and the heiress steers him into her companion and her alleged millions. After which come a series of exciting surprises. Kay Wray, Henry Stephenson and Reginald Denny are in the cast. William Seiter directed "The Richest Girl in the World" from Norman Krasna's story. A Brief History of the Jewish Welfare Bureau In December of 1920 a small group of Jewish men and women of Miami organized the Jewish Aid Association of Miami with the late Mr. Morris Zion as its first president. Further presidents were the late -Mr. lx;o Benjamin and. Jake Brown. In 1023, with the coming to the presidency of Mr. Pincus Scheinberg, the organization began to take a greater interest in the plight of the poor and needy that knocked at its doors. With the influx of people into the area, and the number of immigration and transient cases that grew from day to day it became necessary lo engage a paid social worker and establish a systematized office where proper attention could be given to the manifold problems that arose from day to day. In 1928 Mr. Day .1. Apte succeeded Mr. Scheinberg, who was made honorary president for life in recognition of his years of unselfish labor for the organization. During Mr. Scheinberg'a administration the organization became a member of the Community Chest, which membership it retained until | the non-functioning of the Chest [ last year. Mr. Apte served with distinction until he retired at his own request after two years of indefatigable service to the organisation. He was succeeded by Mr. Norman Mirsky. who served with distinction and who was succeeded by Mr. Philipl.iberman, well known banker and communal worker. Mr. Liberman served for two terms until this year he was succeeded by J. Gerald Lewis, who is now the president. Suffice it to say that the Jewish Welfare Bureau, which name the organization adopted in 1926 when it became a member of the then exist ing Community Chest, has served the community with distinction and, despite every handicap because of the lack of funds, has, is, and will continue to worktaoi is, and will continue its work for the community. He who turns away from the works of love and charity, turns awav from Corf. Charity is more than sacrifj c J It is our duty to relieve the Po | and the needy, to visit the sick bury the dead without distiieyj of race or creed. Ocea Health Food Products Cv| HERBS-Herbal Re medie8 j HESTER BREI.S1.IRD ; 140 N. E. 2nd St. Phone 2-590J 1 In addition to Janet Gaynor and Lew Ayres, the cast includes Ned Sparks, Walter Connolly, Louise Dresser, G. P. Huntley, Jr., Astrid Allwyn, Siegfried Kumann, John tjualt-ii and many others. We Wish for BROTHERHOOD DAY Complete Realization! GRIFFEN TIRE CO. 1st Ave. and 1st St., N. W. Phone 2-892K We heartily endorse any movement designed to encourage a hetter understanding among our fellow men Chevron D'Or Oninge Wine A FLORIDA PRODUCT CONG. BETH JACOB Presents The Sensational 13-Year-Old Cantor MENASHE'LE At Its Synagogue 311 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH FRIDAY, FEB. 22 1:30 P. M. anrf 8:30 P. M. SATURDAY. FEB. 23 At (i A. M. DINE AT Kraemer's Kosher Restaurant 361 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Where Strict Kashrus and Reasonable Prices Go Hand in Hand SPECIAL FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MENU t Fruit Cocktail Half Grapefruit Dill Pickles and Tomatoes Radishes and Olives Celery Gefillte Whitefish and Yellow Pike Noodle and Mandlen Soup Koast or Boiled Spring Chicken Tzimmes Rhubarb Sana Heart of Lettuce Thousand Island Dressing Sponge Cake Mondel Bread Iced Tea Demi-Tasse Cole Slaw St rude] Tea CONCERT SUNDAY. FER. 24 At 8 P. M. IN CO-OPERATION WITH THE FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION MORRIS PLAN LOANS are now available for HOME IMPROVEMENTS Owners of homes or business property who wish to make improvements, alterations or repairs are invited to consult us about this new Morris Plan Service. loans, under the terms of the National Housing Act. are in amounts of SI00 to $2,000. and can be repaid in convenient weekly or monthly installments. Moi ris Plan Loan.for Any Other Purpose Can Be Secured Kithii on Co-Signatures or Collateral toi. PWM THE MORRIS PLAN COMPANY OF MIAMI Vincent R. Brice, Manager 46 W. Flagler Street, Miami JPUW The crest and crowi 1 Life's fin,.! star is Bi th rhooci Our hope is in heroic men, Star-led to build (he world again To this Event the ages ranMake way for Brother! ,1,„„;„ way for Man| FARRIS & CO. BEEF PACKERS 25 N. E. 27th St. Miami. Florida Phone 2-1725 HOME OFFICE AND PLANT21 Ki West Beaver St. When we sell you Kosher Beef L Jacksonville. Florida ifs 2 J • u know lta Kosher "eyond a doubt It .stamped and tagged... Ask your Rabbi!


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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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February 22, 1935

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Full Text
wJewisti Filariidlliai in
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
ol. 8No. 8
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 1935
Price Five Cents
Announcements
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 S. W. Third Strut
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
Early services begin at 5:30 p.
n., with the lilt:- services at H:."!0,
hen the Kahlii will preach on "Re-
|g "ii, Privilege or Problem." The
ual chanting and congregational
Inking will be enjoyed. Saturday
^orn ng services begin promptly
II o'clock and the Rabbi will
Bach in Yiild sh. Mincha sen -
be at 5 p. m. ar followed by the
lalosh Saudah and Maariv selv-
es. The public is welcome at the ;
halosh Saudah service, which is
le only cine conducted in Miami
rery Saturday.
",-

BROTHERHOOD
Rabbi Akiba said: "Every human being and not only a Jew is be-
loved by God since he is a creature of God, made in His image."
'I he righteous among all nations have a share in the world to come.
. What is unpleasant to yourself do not unto your fellowman Love
all human creatures and thus bring them nearer to the principles of the
Torah.
Religions are the preparations and the preface to the Messiah we
expect, who is the fruit Himself of the seed originally sown; and all men
will be the fruit of Cod's seed when they acknowledge Him and all become
one mighty tree.
Those who lie to non-Jews and steal from them belong to the category
of blasphemers; for it is due to their guilt that many say the Jews have
no binding law.
Remain grateful to anyone who hath helped thee; be sincere and true
with everyone, even though they be not Jews; be the first to extend cour-
teous greeting to every man, whatever be his faith, and provoke not to
wrath one whose belief differs from thine.
Electric Rates
Are Reduced
I am pleased to announce the
second reduction of lighting rates
within the past nine months for
all territories covered by the Flor-
| ida Power & Light Company ex-
cept the territory within the city
limit ; of Miami. The new low
rates will be effective on bills
I where the meter is read on and
after April 1, 1936, and will mean
a reduction to every residential
cu turner of the Florida Power &
i.iuht Company who is using a
general lighting rate except those

living within the city limits of
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E. Nineteenth St.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Last Friday evening Dr. Kaplan
jBgan a brief course of lectures on
'Ifewish history. The first dealt
with the Jewish viewpoint in writ-
ing history. Tonight he will speak
OB "The Childhood of the Jewish
People." His third lecture will

13-Year Cantor
Chants Services
Proclamation Brotherhood Day
ws
as Ki
w:
IEKF.AS. Sunday. February
1933, has been proclaimed
us Krotherhood Hay; and
JHH Miami, It is regrettable that we
:.; are prevented from placing these
new rates in Miami because of the
present rate litigation. The sav-
ing tn lighting customers will total
approximately $150,000 annually
Under the new rates. The present
reduction, together with other re-
ductions during the past year, will
mean a saving to our customers of
To Be Ohserved ovor *4oo'oo pt,r year n their
electric service bills. In the re-
vised lighting rates the top block
Brotherhood Day. which will lie has Deen cut onc ct'"t per kilowatt
observed nationally throughout the i hour' the minimum bill remaining
United States Sundiuy, February 24, !thl' same-
by Protestant, Catholic and Jew, j Thl" new low lighting rates will
will be observed in Miami this Sat- benefit the small lighting customer
The 13-year-old Cantor tlena-
she'le, who arrived here this week
on a tour of the country, will be
heard chanting the services twice I 117HKRKAS, the said day has
this evening, tomorrow morning | TTfceen designated for the pur-
and in n concert Sunday night at I pose of mobilizing the good will
deal with the "Adolescence of the Beth Jacob Synagogue, Miami of all persons of all faiths for the ur,la> and Sumiilv Toni*ht a<"' "M W'lh dc;fln,ta
Jewish People," his fourth with I Beach. The young cantor has n- common welfare so that intoler- tomorrow .11 Rabbis in the Great- 'JJ* of WV make rc-
the "Maturity of the Jewish Pao-1 ceived splendid ovations wherever .we may be banished amongst MlBmi are Synagogues will pie." The subject of the fifth lee-| he has been hear,!, and critics say Protestants. Catholics and Jew.. I"":"h "" Brotherhood Day and "' >' POUlble, so that every class
tore will Ik. the "Patriotism of the he has an unusually thorough ur*e cloKr understanding be- "f our customers may be able to
Prophets."
Saturday morning services are
held in Kaplan Hall at 11 o'clock.
Immediately preceding these serv-
fjts the confirmation class meets
Xth the rabbi from 10 to 11
KTII DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
139 S. W. Third Ave.
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
The late services tonight will be
featured by the chanting and sing-
ing "!' Cantor 1. katz, formerly of
Detroit. Uablii Shapiro will preach
on "Goodwill Movement Between
Chi, tiaii anil .lew Is It a Neces-
sity.'" Saturday morning Cantor
K*t/. will chain the service.. The
Junior Congregation meets at
10:."it. The Boys- Bar Mitzva Club
Meis every Sunday morning for
vices and breakfast at 8 o'clock.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
111 Washington Avc., Miami Beach
DAVID I. KOSENBLOOM, Rabbi
B'he early services begin at 5:80,
with the services being chanted by
the 13-year-old Cantor Menashe'le
of New York City. The late serv-
ices begin at H:.'!0, when the Rabbi
will preach on "The Value of
Friendship." The late services will
also hear the young cantor in a
number of liturgical selections.
Saturday inclining the services will
be chanted by the young cantor.
Robert Turchin, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben ^'urchin, will be Bar
Mitzva. He will recite the Haf-
toro and will speak briefly, follow-
which he will be addressed by
Rabbi, who will speak in Yid-
Chevra Thilim will be led
[the Rabbi at 4:30 and will be
|owed by the Shalosh Saudah
Maariv services.
MENASHELF
knowledge of the traditional into-
nation- and chantings of liturgy,
that even few older cantors pos-
it is expected that the Syn-
agogue will be crowded i" capacity
because of the splendid reputation
ol th young cantor, and thi Sun-
day concert was arranged because
of this condition. A nominal ad-
in charge is being made.
Auxiliary to
Sponsor Supper
One of the gala events of the
season will be the annual Dutch
Supper being sponsored by the La-
dies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation at the
clubrooms of the Young Men's He-
brew Association Sunday evening,
February 24. Supper will be served
from 0:30 to 0 p. m. Following
supper, those who desire may play
arils. Prizes will be awarded for
high scores. This annual Dutch
Supper is one of the outstanding
events of the affairs sponsored by
the organization during the win-
ler season, the proceeds being de-
voted to the Talmud Torah fund
of the organization. In charge of
arrangements is a committee head-
ed by Mrs. Milton Weiner.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, E. G. tween people of all faiths. Sunday make a more complete uae of elec-
Sewell, Mayor of the City of morning the Radio Synagogue will trility- We are trying to do all
Miami, declare the said day to be present a special program with that we can to give all of our cus-
one of Brotherhood, devoted to Judge Heffernan speaking for the tomers the advantages that elec-
torship and to renewed determi- Catholics and Mr. A. W. Reynolds, tricity will bring to them in their
nation .so that tolerance and spir- president of the V. M. C. A., speak- homes in addition to the original
ilual observance may exist be- ing for the Protestants. The pro- !'"'!'""<' of lighting. This means
tween all religious creeds and be- gram will be heard over station thi" u'' Bre not "n|y lowering our
liefs and. further, that all people WIOD, and Rabbi Machtei will con- ratea whenever possible, but we
maj give expression or their gral- elude the program, to which Midi- '""'' B,8 ''"''"-' everything possible
itude for the benefits and bless- I me has been allotted. '"' ,"'in- ,ower Priced electrical ap-
ings that are enjoyed in this beau- Mayor K. (i. Sewell, advised yes- I'1'-""' I mera through
tiful land of sunshine, free from Lerday of the g-eneral observance de-al' '"' ""'' 0Wn '"> We
religious misunderstandings, and of the day. immedi ued a wi" anr un '!i tho near
with peace on earth and good will proclamation, printed in this is- fl! ur electric
towards all mankind. u calling for a city-wide observ- to buy a
ance of the spirit of the day. "'"' at a cost
GIVEN under my hand and seal national conference of Chris "' ; a '""'> We are
al Miami. Florida, this 21st tians and .lews, under whose Bpon-
day oi February, A. I). 1935.
i.. G. SEWELL,
Mayor.
Famous Stars
To Aid Bureau
Bpon. also plai make it possible
sorship the national observance of f"r om' "; lul>' electric
I ay is being held, has "'"" toasters, perc lators, waffle
promulgated a declaration of irons> tabIe grills, heating pads
1 herh.....I. which says: and other small appliances on small
i intend to do unto other-, of monthly payments at no increase
whatever race Of creed, a- I would 0ver "Ul cash -i,:'' Prices. Und r
have them do to me. ,ni* Plan> these appliances may be
Ii is my purpose to respect the J Purchased through dealers or at
rights of human beings, and to '""' "u,i
judge each fellow man on his in- During 1934 there has been a
Karl Carroll, famous theatrical dividual merits alone. marked increase in the use of el c-
producer, In addition to serving on I will oppose every organized of- ln('''-v ;n l,""u'- '"|;| comnv
the entertainment committee for fort to evoke fear or hatred of any establishments. Tins was due to
the "Night of Stars" benefit to be religious or racial group. fome extent the *eneral upturn
staged on March 6 by the Jewish These cards, which all are urged '" business and to a great extenl
Welfare Bureau at the Biscayne to *ive their friends as a reminder to '"'' 8*neral reduction in electric
I'laza Theatre, Miami Beach, has <- the purpose of the day. may be raU's (lurln*-r tho v,'ar- w'n
arranged tc, donate the services of obtained from the Jewish Kloridian Uk' ,ower DrIceB on electrical mer-
hU technical staff from the Palm "r llom the Radio Synagogue, free Chandiw. There were over 18,000
Island. Club for the proper stag- of charge. e,ect rang. s. water heaters and
proper
ing of the huge performance.
Charles Ashley, stage manager
for the Palm Island revue and sev-
eral editions of the "Vanities," has
refrigerators purchased by our cus-
tomers during 111.14 and we now
have 25,893 homes (1 out of every
include stage and screen celebri- Ii) using one or more of these, ap-
eral editions ot the "\anities. has ,, .... .----- '
volunteered his services and will I ^ ,! T' V S"""* A|''"'"*"":i,"i> B. "
act a. stage manager for the pre.- M T" as We" them are U8in* aU ,h'"" '"' thMe
entat, those vacationing here. appliances. This swing to com-
-p, Tickets will go on sale no later plete electric service was due. to
I he entertainment program. lh;lM ,,,.i(1 t ,(,nvi.i(.lU ,,,,. ,(iWi.r appTiance to
headed by a committee consisting lion8 l(1 lu. mmUMed later liy ,.xl,,s:vi, *^ eSort Cto the
of Sophie Tucker, Helen Morgan. R. Adler. general manage of the reasonable monthly bill for elec
I Mr. Carroll an.l Vincent Lopez, will event. All seats will be reserved.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, February 22, 1935
The campaign to raise funds and
the membership drive of the Jew-
ish Welfare lUn.au is now in prog-
ress, i"il workers are activelj -an
\. k the entire Greater Miami
area because of the fact that the
hurt in :. without funds to carry
on iis work. A very enthusiastic
meeting of workers was held at
the Palatial Restaurant last Wed-
nesday an.l incomplete reports
wi re presented. V 01 ki rs
m i'. again until next week, when
mil reports will Ik1 obtained. The
. '. I to spond as
)' at to the
i; ,..' for funds.
*
Ladies' Auxiliary 01 the -Miami
Jew sh Orthodox Congregation will
be held at the Synagogue next
Tuesday evening, Feberuary 26, u>
which all members are Invited.
Plans for the annual Purim dance
of the organization will be dla-
i ussed.
Rabbi !'. Nissan Friedman of the
Jewish Synagogue at Barcelona,
.-pain, will be the guest speaker
at Saturday morning services in
lni. H M a Beach. He
the problems of re
: a wish communal life
of the Inquisition and
nal problems v
. Germ in refugees who
have come to Spain recently.
arrive in Miami about March 8th, boon firing the ball in the vicinity
where they will face the starting of the back wall as much as pos-
Mr. and Mrs. David Silver] m
room will be constructed. This is H__m Miss Ree Shochet, accompanied
the fi,st time that international Beth I>.vnl C ongregaton will MUs Rhea Cohen of Balti
Prmders have come to M.am.. sponsor a series of ^erts lda> Md are spending several week,
.. will be under the per- through SundaybyCantorL Rat* q{ ^
nal direction of Millard Luen. 0f Detroit, assisted by the Beth shochet
f the better known and qual- David choir. The concerts, pro- ____________________^
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of six-day bicych ,, |g of which will go toward the
maintenance of the Talmud Torah,
w 1 be at 8:16 p. m. Friday. 9
Mr H J. Cohen of Orlando, pres- a. m. Saturday and 3 p. m. Sui
, |; Di, ,| n ol the Ctntor Katz will chant liturgic
Florida Conferer I Orthodox mi ratic anas.
I i nsi \ ative Rabbis an.l Lay-
For tha Flneat In Dread
Try NEW YORK RYE
B i, ai ; as t is foi
dwel inity."
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February 249 19dO
Has Boon Oesignated aa
orof.ierliooa Day
to bo observed nationally to strengthen the
bonds which united Protestant Catholic, and
Jew as BROTHERS in all enterpriees which
advance the citizenship of the I'nited States.
WE EXTEND OUR HAND IN FELLOW-
SHIP AND BROTHERHOOD TO JEW,
CATHOLIC AND PROTESTANT
THE ENLARGED BURDINE*S
IE WISH SECTION
and
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NOW LOCATED BOOK DEPARTMENT
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even greater numbers
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last week, was entertained at a
laneous shower riven by
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SAMUEL SCHUTZER
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ST. PETERSBUKG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN
Representative
ORLANDO
IRENE BKAVEKMAN
Reprerentntive
TAMPA
MRS. M. H. KISLEE
Represenintive
and Sam Argintar.
Mr. Jerome A. Waterman was
re-elected president of the Gulf
Air Lines, Inc., at the annual meet-
ing of the stockholders and direc-
tors of the company last week.
Mr, and Mrs. M. Leibovitz, for-
merly of 846 South Delaware ave.,
are now residing at S4!t South
Boulevard.
WEST FLORIDA BUSINESS AGENT
S. G. AROSON
4209 Central Are., Tampa, Fla.
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SUBSCEIPTION
II. H
-Jl.tt
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1935
Vol. 8No. 8
No Basic Difference
The New York World-Telegram recently published a
series of interviews with leaders of the American Jewish
or.-.ir.unity on the issue of the anti-Nazi boycott.
Among those who were questioned as to whether the
anti-Nazi boycott is desirable were Dr. Stephen S. Wise, It.
C. Vladec!', Joseph M. I'roskauer and Mrs. Estelle Stern-
crger. These interviews did not contribute anything new
; this question.
As a matter of fact, the anti-Nazi boycott is a more or
less accepted attitude of a great majority of American lib-
!a and enjoys, as is generally known, the support of the
American Federation of Labor and other organizations.
The interview that created something of a tempest in
a tea:ot was the one given by Judge I'roskauer, who reiter-
ated his personal opposition to an organized boycott.
Very few will agree with the learned jurist, whose logic
on Jewish affairs does not seem to be on a par with his legal
ability.
It seems to us that the New York World-Telegram made
a poor choice in selecting the boycott as a controversial issue.
It was, moreover, a sad error on its part to limit this sym-
posium to Jews and to convey the impression that these in-
dividual opinions were the official pom is of view of repre-
sentative Jewish organizations.
By consulting the official reports the author of these
interviews would have discovered that there is much more
rnanimity of opinion on this subject than is generally be-
lieved. The only debatable issue on which the major Jewish
organizations differ is us to whether the boycott should be
carried on as a non-sectarian action or as a strictly Jewish
instrument.
In fact, the American Jewish Committee, of which Judge
I'roskauer is a member, as far back as December, 1988, went
on record at a time when the hue and cry was for a "Jewish
Boycott," as follows:
"The Committee feels that Nazism is not alone a Jewish
problem, but also a world menace. In this view it is sup-
|Orted by unmistakable evidence from within the borders
of Germany; the suppression of all freedom of speech, press
and assembly; the destruction of the rights won by labor
unions and women; the utilization of the church for the aims
of the State, and the militaristic aims of the Nazi leaders.
"In view of these conditions, while the American Jewish
Committee sympathizes with the desire, and recognizes the
right of individuals to refrain from buying goods made in
Germany, it reaffirms its definite decision not to endorse
or participate in a boycott organized by Jews in the I'nited
States."
The Women's Auxiliary of Tem-
ple Rodoph Sholom will give a
Purim dance .March l!l at the Tam-
pa Vacht and Country Club, with
music by -Manuel Sanchez' or-
chestra. Mrs. A. M. Wolfson and
Mrs. Simon Marks are general
chairmen for the dance.
Dr. Samuel Benjamin, formerly
of Jacksonville, Ela., and now of
Palestine, was the guest of honor
at a dinner given by Mr. and Mrs.
M. H. Kisler Thursday evening at
their home. Dr. Benjamin at this
time met a number of his friends
from Cleveland, Ohio, Providence,
R. I., and Jacksonville, Fla. Later
in the evening he spoke at the V.
M. II. A. in behalf of the Jewish
National Fund.
Rabbi A. Burger has organized
a class in Jewish history and dis-
cussions on the Bible for adults
which takes place at the Temple
every Tuesday night at 8 o'clock.
Anyone interested and wishing to
join in this class may do so by
fretting in touch with the Rabbi.
Jacksonville News
The Junior Daughters of Israel
held their first large social affair
situations and interesting charac-
terizations.
Mrs. S. Drucker entertained
Tuesday afternoon in her home on
Boulevard with a benefit card
recently, when a basketball dance' >)art-v- witn half thc proceeds go-
was held following a game between in* to tnt' Lubes' Hebrew Shel-
tering AiiS Society fund.
the Savannah J. E. A. team and tho
Florida Pipe Co. Mrs. M. I). Mar-
golis, organizer of the Junior
Daughters, was presented with a
Greens and bowls of flowers
were used throughout the rooms.
Ash trays were awarded to hold-
bouquet of flowers by Miss Edith ''rs "f ni* score at each table.
Wolfson, president of the Juniors.
Orlando Notes
Tampa Notes
AI Services at Rodoph Sholom
Temple last Friday night, February
16, Rabbi Adolph Burner observed
"Brotherhood Night." The first
part of the service was read by
Sam Osier, a member of the Bar
Mitzvah class, kiddish was recited
by Edward Weissman, and Bobbie
Kasriel spoke on the portion of
the Bible for the coming week.
The guest speaker for the evening
was Rev. W. Metcalf of the Con-
grega ional church of Tampa, and
the Rodoph Sholom Choir sang
special numbers for the occasion.
This coming Friday night Rabgi
Levenberg of Cleveland, Ohio, will
be I hi- guest speaker.
Gainesville Notes
Helta chapter of Phi Beta Delta
gave a banquet Sunday honoring
it.- newly initiated members, The
banquet came after the formal in-
it ation of the icv. members at
the fraternity's beautiful new
chapter house ami preceded a
latei .. evening.
Alvin Cassel. president of the
chapter, \\a loastmaster. Pro-
1 .i. Well, faculty adviser of
tiic chapter, -poke during the eve-
ning.
Newly initiated members are
Harold S. Tannenbaum, Miami;
Harry Lasris, Jacksonville; Frank
Wotitzky, Punta Gorda; Billy Lev-
enthal, Miami Beach; Emanuel
Levenson, Daytona Beach.
The banquet marked the tenth
anniversary of Delta chapter of
Phi Beta Delta upon the Univer-
sity of Florida campus. Present
officers of the chapter are Alvin
Cassel. president; David Kothstein,
vice-president; Joe (J. Safer, treas-
urer; Herman B. Lasris, secretary;
Anson I. Dreisen, marshal; and
Bennett R. Applebaum, clerk.
St. Petersburg
At Cong. B'Nai Israel Rabbi A.
P. Kleinfeld will hold services Fri-
day evening at S o'clock and Sat-
urday morning at !>. The topic of
;iie sermon is "George Washing-
iI'M an Inspiration for Service and
Duty." Rabbi S, Benjamin ad-
dressed the congregation on Wed-
nesday night with satisfactory re-
sults in behalf of Palestine. A
number of non-Jews were present
and contributed generously to the
cause.
Rabbi A. Burger is directing a
group of Bar Mitzvah boys in a
play, "Business Is Business," same
to take place at the Y. M. II. A.
building, March .'(. The boys in
the cast are Sam Weber, Didncy
Dubin, Marvin Essrig, Sam Kotler
The new synagogue, located at
Arlington ave. and 12th st., will be
partly completed by March 1, when
the first service will be held on
that date. The dedication, how-
ever, will be deferred until wholly
completed.
The Religious School is now re-
hearsing a Purim play, "Queen
Special prizes were won by Mrs. I).
Rosenthal, Mrs. Oscar Margol and
Junior Hadassah is sponsoring "ra. J. Shapiro,
a Bohemian Garden Party at the
Jewish Center Tuesday evening,
February 26. Miss Kate Bandrim- |
mer is general chairman and is be-
ing assisted by Miriam Carlton, N, Several hundred quests attend-
II. Shorestein and Pete Rosenblatt, ed the official installation cere-
monies for officers of the Ohev
Dr. Stephen s. Wise, renowned Sholom Congregation Sunday night
rabbi and preacher, will -peak at at the Synagogue. Rabbi Dr. Pe-
the Temple Monday night at the reira Mendez, Rabbi Emeritus of
invitation of Rabbi Israel Kaplan, the Portuguese Congregation of
j Dr. Wise is visiting Florida to de- New York, was the principal speak-
' liver the baccalaureate address at er. Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld of St.
Rollins College next Sunday. Petersburg represented the Florida
Conference of Orthodox and Con-
Miss Minnie Reba Sclber, daugh- servative Rabbis and Laymen. Rev.
ter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Sclber, will B. Safer spoke during the evo-
be married to Robert Leonard ning. Officers installed were Mr.
Block, son of Mr. and Mrs. I.. B. J. Cohen, president; II. Kanner,
Block, Sunday, February 24, at li vice-president; M. I.evine, secrc-
p. m. in the Jacksonville Jewish tary, and I. Friedman, treasurer.
Cnter. with Rabbi M. |). MargO- It was one of the most impressive
lie officiating. events in recent years in the city
Miss Sclber will be attended by of orlando.
Miss Beck Smith a- maid of honor I
and by Mrs, A. E, Selber and Mrs. Mrs. Ben Oppenberg entertained,
llaskell Zimmerman as matrons of with a luncheon and bridge recent-
honor. Bridesmaids will be Misses' ly. A delicious lunch was served,
Mae Goldle Setzer, Clara Kramer.! following which bridge was played.
May Heyman and Minnie Smith. --------
Mr. Block's best man will l.c The Ladies' Auxiliary of Ohe\
Philip Sclber. Heyman Sclber, Hen-! Sholom Congregation met at the
ry Kramer, A. I'.. Sclber. llaskell j home of Mrs. B. .1. Cohen last
Zimmerman, Helman Smith, Abe Tuesday night. Following the
Horovitz, Morris Slott and Morris business meeting bridge was played
Silbert will act as ushers and will.and refreshments were served.
be members "f the wedding party
The flower girl will be Joyce ELECTRIC KATES
Hun,wit/, and Harold Jacobson will AUK REDUCED
act a- ring bearer. (Continued from Page 1)
Following the ceremony a recep- tricity made available by our
lion will be held to enable the Thrifty Three plan, which was in-
young couple to spend; some time augurated in 1031. Now it is pos-
with their guests. Their many sible for tne average home to op-
friends will be glad to know that|erate a complete electric service
they will make their home in Jack- for an entire "lonth {r 'rom ?'."
gonville. ito $ir>' according to the number of
people anif extent of use. It is
also possible for a customer who
has been using lights only, to use
electricity for lighting, refrigera-
tion and a few other electrical ap-
pliances, such as a toaster, perco-
lator and iron for from $4 to $0
a month.
In the past year, through thc
Better LightBetter Sight educa-
tional program, thousands of our
Misses Rebecca and Minnie Customers have learned the proper
Smith entertained in their home use "f electricity for lighting It
in Springfield Tuesday night with wl" now be Possible for every per-
a surprise party honoring M.ssison usinS electricity to protect
Minnie Sclber. whose marriage to th('ir eyesight and the eyesight of
Robert Block of Norfolk, Va.,!thcir children with but a small in-
will be an event of February 24. nast' or no increase at all in
The r.....ns were decorated with their monthl-v electric service bill.
spring flowers and novelties in Practically every type of work
the valentine motif. in ,h<' nome CBn '"' l]"'1 better
Table- were arranged for bridge, electrically ami with these new
pokeno and rummy. Scores were ""ates, together with our Thrifty
kept on attractive valentine tallies. T,"'t'1' l'la"- lhl' advantages of elec-
______ trie refrigeration, cooking, water
Another in thc series of its semi- "eating, ventilation, Clothes wash-
monthly meetings will be held by in*i ironing, dishwashing and
the Jewish Cultural League at 8:30 Waning can be enjoyed by prac-
o'clock Wednesday evening in th. Hcally everyone. The day is not
Jacksonville Jewish Center. far w"cu '' Can visualize every
A novel program has been ar- home connected to the lines of thii
!. the feature of which will Company, using electricity for all
be a play reading, "Mr. Pirn Passes tnese ervicea and many more
By." The following are taking part which wil1 undoubtedly be ^'Vel-
io the performance: Adele II. Bern- 'H'd-
stein, Esther Hackel, Harry Sobol, sincerely hope that the in-
Montague Rosenberg. Fannye Hor- ereased use of electricity under
ovitz and Abe Rothstein. The play theM new ,ow ratea wil> M
[S replete with many humorous ea8ier for many thousands of Flor-
-------------------------- ida women, and you have my as-
Esther," a musical drama in four surancc that increased use will
acts, written and composed by help us to make further reductions
Rabbi Kleinfeld, which will be in the future.
given Sunday, March 17. (Signed) G. C. ESTILL.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Nachman
entertained with a housewarming
and bridge party Sunday evening
in their home in Riverside.
After several progressions of
bridge, the hosts were assisted in
serving delicious refreshments by
Mrs. 11. Nachman and Mrs. Harry
Sachs.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, February 22, 1935
HaMo ffym$&$ Bulletin
Edite! by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Pounder end I'^tcv.r, Raatc .'Tntgof of America
SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Vol. V,
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1935
No. 10
One can give Charity. That One is God, who acti with lovingkindness
towards us. What is asked of you is "Justice, Not Chanty.
At All Good Storoa
Aak for NBW YORK BREAD
Scot By-I'roduct of Medical
Numerus Clausua
"Justice, Not Charitv"
Scripture Reading, I'-alm XI.I, Verses 1 and 2
If you wi n I it i ly a lort Ijrn lai j i turned the pagi -
D f you mbed the vocabulary
alien a symbol, not a glyph,
lifer, might come t>> the
. nrai uncharitable, did not know
; exai ne close!; rew language you
a word vi
r ited for charity, I
ia Tiedokoh,*' which means justice, righteousness. Were you to brand j
Jews as uncharitable, you would be misjudging them, yet, we have no
crord limited ii irity," as it ii i by other I
Thus it is tha -"- Welfare Bureau, the Jewish relief or-
ganization of the fr tne -' -'a" :
its present campaign thi tpression, "Justice. Not Charity." On a
; .- bed n the "Art f Giving." WV have
._--. t harity as iti by Maimonides, placing in
first rn f I l>' to become self-
.- It will, i fore, ur i to repeat been
thoughts on Char-
ity w rough the Talmud and to comment on
thei' leemed advisable.
"Charity is more valuable than sacrifices, and alone equals the
exercisi iof all relig ui I rms." I it I the attention oi
fasts t wi r al all Ise in
the ey< i of G -i. The foil w ng may alt I for that
V.:. ever engages in the study of the law. and does not practice
, is to be con as no G I." "It is
tick and bury the
lead wit I distinct ioi I i Spending
n .-.'.-'
Toi Ai .' : "
a fr wn. He g mu with a smile." ""
mpla poor. God says
"By your ] ility you recoi i i i h '' !
i peace bet many
i. 5 tea is tl Cha
g that man' ipi rt I
his less f ra r creed, is a Ju
;. We arc ur "brother's keeper." Will
v u make man burd< financial loads op-'
i pa -:::.
to your God than 1 iumb ani-
t mandat ry u] n j it hel] your I
you who j
:,'. servant fa I lows f thi T ra-:. draw th
Finai i .--:-:-
: '.....rt a great
f benevolei than you i i economic n of a
the mire of de-
it food and shell
T'r. We
j human com-
w that a ma y the
benevolence, Tzednkoh is
V .. inslation I
I know. It plea f some people 1 feel that t
:. th:.". th- y a: .- : h
ire endowed with an overabun-
ire men and w men who
want I b nsidered .-.-: its To the:::, it conveyi the
nduct latory,
but that they their display of com-
n for f
It ma) a harita
v. .'-.:'
Tl -. ;: I -
He wou But.
tary ar.d optional act,
ed by religious law
t ::. ti put asi l
i for dist relfare and s tl
"
illowcd as dedu their ii
Whi
v
Some are valid not. Of 1
loni
not a
ise, in; ; ilitiei
e. is not ng to a thinking

I ha imations to the Ra
. -
I maj of s
.
I
- food and
shelter. My '.ike- and dis should :
i.
Get down from your pedestal. You do not give Charity. Only
St Andrews, ScotlandA curi-j
ous by-prodkict of the numerus ,
clausua against Jewish students in
American medical schools was dis-
closed at the graduation exercises
of the medical college of St. An-
::-. wi University when sever.
Ameri ai Jewi were granted de-
grees.
The graduating class con;:
Six of the seven Ameri-
a ere from the New York
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Tha lift in 'Irocerira. Maata. Fruiu and Vegetables
.Mi-Donald to Seek llome-
int foi
-., a | mes I i thousandi of
n G
McDonald, League f Satiot
ner for German refugees,
. :ng here at the end of Feb-
ruary for a trip to South America
study at first hand the ;
bilities of settling subsantial num-
bers of the refugees there.
Mr. McDonald will concentrate
. irly on Brazil and Argen-
tina.

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lay Wray
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friends in the Soviet Union and enable
them to buy at the Torgin Stores located
in every larger city of the U. S. S. R.
These stores carry about 15,000 differmt
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quality; CLOT HIS G, SHOES, rubbers,
shirts, vnderuear, hosiery; FLOUR, sugar,
dried and canned vegetables, butter, coffee,
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PERSONAL SERVICE"
Upholstering and Befiaiaklttg Forniture of All Kinds
Studio Couches
| WHEN IN JACKSONVILLE j
EAT AT
] BegaJ's Kosher Restaurant
507 LAURA ST.
| (Opposite Cohen Bros. Dept.
Store)
OPEN ALL HOURS
Phone 2-4S56
1158 N. Miami Ave.
Miami, Fla.
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ohitrruc w. ? all '. etaitar* mL- ind reralatloai.
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ISM N. Uitmi Aw.
PImmm :-t::j
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HALF SOLES ...50c
LADIES' HEELS ..........15c
Atlantic Sho Shop
14* N. B. Pint ATeaae
Opp. Cortas Hotel


Iday, February 22, 1935
OCItTY
letfl Jacob Sisterhood is spon-
ng its annual dance at the FIo-
lian Hotel on Sunday evening,
^rch 10, full details of which
1 be announced in our next ia-

in unusually pleasing Sabbath
lity is lent to the Friday night
lers at Kraemer's strictly kosh-
dining room at Miami Beach by
singing of Zmiros (Sabbath
ins), the reciting of Kiddush,
at the main table. Guests
lally include a number of prom-
it visiting Rabbis and Cantors
has afforded many the oppor-
kity of obtaining a glimpse of
'. Sabbath enjoyment they would
otherwise obtain. Mr. Krae-
is the operator of the well
)wn hotel bearing his name in
Clemens, Mich., and Detroit,
is the only hotel in Mt. C'lem-
under the supervision of the
Kashrus committee. In
lmi Beach it has a mashgiach
is under the supervision of the
kmi Beach Kashrus committee.
>ndid dinners are being served
y al an unusually low price.
*
.1. W. Barenburg of Balti-
iv, Md., who recently returned
in a European trip, will be the
1st speaker at a public meeting
Sunday evening, February 24,
icth David Talmud Torah Hall,
pn he will talk on the work of
"Ii'ur." There will be no ad-
kion charge. The meeting is
ng sponsored by the "Cultural
her of Miami." The public is
led to attend.
is. li. Streit of Brooklyn, N.
who is visiting her daughter
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Is of this city, was the guest
of honor at a surprise party last
week at their home. During the
evening games were played and at
a late hour delicious refreshments
were served.
* *
Senior Hadassah will hold) its
annual donor's dinner at the Black-
atanc Hotel, Miami Beach, next
Wednesday, February 27, with Mrs.
Barney Weinkle in charge of ar-
ements. A very elaborate pro-
m has been prepared for this
t, which is one of the out-
nding affairs of the current
on.
*
The Sunday school of the Miami
ish Orthodox Congregation is
rehearsing its Purim play.
ed "Purim High Jinks." This
be presented on the Sunday
eding Purim. Rabbi Julius
her is directing the play.
*
full details of the annual Purim
of the Ladies' Auxiliary of
.Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
rat inn, to be held at the Flo-
in Hotel on Tuesday evening,
rdi [9, will be announced in the
issue of this paper.
* *
meeting of Junior Hadassah
held last Monday evening at i
home of Miss Marion Blank.
lort8 "f the bridge party re-
tly given at the Ritter's Hotel,
WE GREET ALL
on
Brotherhood Day
FLORIDA LINEN
SUPPLY CO.
1103 N. W. 7th Court
W. P. FAVRNSON, Mgr.
Miami Beach, indicated that it was
a successful affair.
In co-ordination with a drive for
n n members, several events and
campaigns are being arranged,
which will be culminated by an
Officers' Ball, to be tendered to
paid-up members and their escorts,
date and place to be announced
shortly.
Miss Sylvia Ray vis was appoint-
ed chairman of publicity. Current
items of interest on the subject of
Palestine were discussed by Miss
Ida Safer, cultural chairman.

Cantor I. Katz, formerly of De-
troit, will be heard Friday night,
December 22, at the late services,
Saturday morning, February 23,
at !t o'clock, and Sunday afternoon,
February 24, at 3 o'clock at Beth
David Synagogue under the aus-
pices of the congregation. Sunday
afternoon he will be assisted by
a prominent American Jewish con-
cert artist, who will be heard in a
number of selections. A nominal
admission charge will be made fur
ill three concerts.
* *
Beth David Sisterhood Board
was entertained at luncheon Wed-
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
nesday afternoon with Mrs. Wil-
liam Robinson, the president, as
hostess. The annual Purim Ball
of the Sisterhood will be held at
the Frolics on Sunday evening,
March .'i, when an unusually fine
floor show will be presented. On
March 17 the annual Purim dinner
of the congregation will be held a'.
its Talmud Torah Hall. On Sun-
day morning, March 24, the Sis-
terhood will entertain the pupils
of the Sunday school at a Purim ]
party.
*
The Junior Council of Jewish
Women la sponsoring a benefit
dance at the Blackstone Hotel
Sunday evening, February 24, for
I the Atlanta Orphans' Home, which
the organization has promised to
help. The public is invited to at-
tend.
* *
Senior Hadassah will hold an
all day sewing circle on Monday,
February 25, at the home of Mrs.
L. J. Hartz, 1319 N. W. 2nd st., I
which the public is invited to at-
tend. Luncheon will be served at
Page Five
RADIO
SYNAGOG
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder
and director of the Radio Synagog,
will preacn on "Have We Not All
One Father?" at nine o'clock on
Sunday morning over station
WIOD. The program will be ded-
icated to the observance of Broth-
erhood Day, nationally observed
by Jews, Protestants and Catholics.
Judge David J. Heffernan of the
Civil Court of Record will present
the Catholic view, and Mr. A. L.
Reynolds, president of the Miami
Y. M. C. A., will present the Prot-
estant view on the subject of
Brotherhood. There also will l>e
prayers, scripture reading and
music.
The house that does not open to
the poor will open to the physician.
We Extend Our Haml in Fellowship and
Brotherhood to Jew, Catholic and
Protestant
uoollicriiL Dairies
Locally Produced Milk Ice (mm Cottage Cheese,
Quality Dairy Products and Cultured Sour Cream
PHONE 2-8481
ON THE OCCASION OF
OrolWriiood Day
WE EXTEND OUR HAND IN FELLOWSHIP AND
BROTHERHOOD TO ALL
AMERICAN EXPRESS CO.
JOHN FALKENBKRG, Manager
330 E. Flaeler Street
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'"".........'......:...........".............'.......i...................I.....I.....Miinui,., .
We Extend Our Hand in Fellowship and Good Will on
BROTHERHOOD DAY
"..IMIIIIIIIMIhlllllll ......||
The William Penn Hotel
K. II. GRIFFITH, Mgr.
Washington Avenue at Sixth Street
MIAMI BEACH
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WF KXTFND OUR HAND IN FELLOWSHIP
AND GOOD WILL
on
Brotherhood Day
PERRY'S DAIRY
FROM FARM TO CONSUMER
Wholesale and Retail
Phone 2-7221
We Extend Our Hand in Fellowship to All Men
on
BROTHERHOOD DAY
BISHOP & BLAIR
MIAMI'S OLDEST RESTAURANT
224 West Flagler St.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
Bellevue Hotel Dining Room
407 N. E. 17th Terrace
Now Operated by MISS KAY
(Formerly of the Robert Clay Hotel Dining Room)
FAMOUS FOR FINE FOODS
Prepared by the Famous Southern Chef
"ROSA BROWN
Featuring the Finest Club Steak in MiamiDelicious Southern
Fried Chicken and RoM'a Famous Clover Leaf Rolls
We CaterBanquets, Dinner Parties or Business Luncheons
A Second Cup of Delicious La Touraine Coffee Made in Glass Urns
Fruit Juice FREE With Breakfast
We Serve From 7:30 A. M. to 8 P. M.
We Heartily Endorse
"BROTHERHOOD DAY"
As a Movement to Bring About a Closer Understanding
Among Our Fellow Men
TIP~TOP
i MIAMI'S MARKET CENTERJ
OUR LARGE VOLUME OF
WORK MAKES POSSIBLE A
SAVINGS FOR YOU
WRIGLEY
Art- Engraving
21 S. W. 5th Ave.
Phone 2-3947


Page Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, February 22
Reunited for the first time since
their initial co-starring venture,
Janet Gaynor and Lew Ayres will
be seen again as the gay young
sweethearts of "Servants' En-
trance" when this picture opens on
Sunday at the Tivoli Theatre.
Unlike anything in which they
have appeared before, the story of
"Servants' Entrance" will afford
spectators the opportunity to laugh
at the troubles as they thrill to
the romance of the madcap lovers
whose young lives it depicts.
"Servants' Entrance" is in the ro-
mantic comedy class.
"Servants' Entrance" also boasts
the most imposing array of stars,
stellar and featured players ever
;issenibled for a Fox production.
Great wealth as a handicap in-
stead of an advantage in the search
for love is vividly dramatized in
the new screen attraction, "The
Richest Girl in the World," coming
Sunday to the Seventh Avenue
Theatre with Miriam Hopkins
starred and Joel McCrea as the
male lead.
The young man admits ft pref-
erence for a girl with money, and
the heiress steers him into her com-
panion and her alleged millions.
After which come a series of ex-
citing surprises.
Kay Wray, Henry Stephenson
and Reginald Denny are in the
cast. William Seiter directed "The
Richest Girl in the World" from
Norman Krasna's story.
A Brief History
of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau
In December of 1920 a small
group of Jewish men and women
of Miami organized the Jewish Aid
Association of Miami with the late
Mr. Morris Zion as its first presi-
dent. Further presidents were the
late -Mr. lx;o Benjamin and. Jake
Brown. In 1023, with the coming
to the presidency of Mr. Pincus
Scheinberg, the organization be-
gan to take a greater interest in
the plight of the poor and needy
that knocked at its doors. With
the influx of people into the area,
and the number of immigration
and transient cases that grew from
day to day it became necessary lo
engage a paid social worker and
establish a systematized office
where proper attention could be
given to the manifold problems
that arose from day to day. In
1928 Mr. Day .1. Apte succeeded
Mr. Scheinberg, who was made
honorary president for life in rec-
ognition of his years of unselfish
labor for the organization. Dur-
ing Mr. Scheinberg'a administra-
tion the organization became a
member of the Community Chest,
which membership it retained until
| the non-functioning of the Chest
[ last year. Mr. Apte served with
distinction until he retired at his
own request after two years of in-
defatigable service to the organi-
sation. He was succeeded by Mr.
Norman Mirsky. who served with
distinction and who was succeeded
by Mr. Philipl.iberman, well known
banker and communal worker. Mr.
Liberman served for two terms un-
til this year he was succeeded by
J. Gerald Lewis, who is now the
president.
Suffice it to say that the Jewish
Welfare Bureau, which name the
organization adopted in 1926 when
it became a member of the then ex-
ist ing Community Chest, has
served the community with distinc-
tion and, despite every handicap
because of the lack of funds, has,
is, and will continue to worktaoi
is, and will continue its work for
the community.
He who turns away from the
works of love and charity, turns
awav from Corf.
Charity is more than sacrifjcJ
It is our duty to relieve the Po|
and the needy, to visit the sick ,
bury the dead without distiieyj
of race or creed.
Ocea Health Food Products Cv|
HERBS-Herbal Remedie8 j
HESTER BREI.S1.IRD
; 140 N. E. 2nd St. Phone 2-590J1
In addition to Janet Gaynor and
Lew Ayres, the cast includes Ned
Sparks, Walter Connolly, Louise
Dresser, G. P. Huntley, Jr., Astrid
Allwyn, Siegfried Kumann, John
tjualt-ii and many others.
We Wish for
BROTHERHOOD DAY
Complete Realization!
GRIFFEN TIRE CO.
1st Ave. and 1st St., N. W.
Phone 2-892K
We heartily endorse any movement designed to
encourage a hetter understanding
among our fellow men
Chevron D'Or
Oninge Wine
A FLORIDA PRODUCT
CONG. BETH JACOB
Presents
The Sensational
13-Year-Old Cantor
MENASHE'LE
At Its Synagogue
311 Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
FRIDAY, FEB. 22
1:30 P. M. anrf 8:30 P. M.
SATURDAY. FEB. 23
At (i A. M.
DINE AT
Kraemer's Kosher Restaurant
361 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
Where Strict Kashrus and Reasonable Prices Go
Hand in Hand
SPECIAL
FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
MENU
t Fruit Cocktail Half Grapefruit
Dill Pickles and Tomatoes Radishes and Olives
Celery
Gefillte Whitefish and Yellow Pike
Noodle and Mandlen Soup
Koast or Boiled Spring Chicken
Tzimmes Rhubarb Sana
Heart of Lettuce
Thousand Island Dressing
Sponge Cake Mondel Bread
Iced Tea Demi-Tasse
Cole Slaw
St rude]
Tea
CONCERT
SUNDAY. FER. 24
At 8 P. M.
IN CO-OPERATION WITH THE
FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION
MORRIS PLAN LOANS
are now available
for HOME IMPROVEMENTS
Owners of homes or business property who wish
to make improvements, alterations or repairs are
invited to consult us about this new Morris Plan
Service.
loans, under the terms of the National Housing
Act. are in amounts of SI00 to $2,000. and can be
repaid in convenient weekly or monthly install-
ments.
Moi ris Plan Loan.- for Any Other Purpose Can Be
Secured Kithii on Co-Signatures or Collateral
toi.
PWM
THE MORRIS
PLAN
COMPANY
OF MIAMI
Vincent R. Brice, Manager
46 W. Flagler Street, Miami
JPUW
The crest and crowi -----1
Life's fin,.! star is Bi th rhooci
Our hope is in heroic men,
Star-led to build (he world again
To this Event the ages ran-
Make way for Brother!.....,1- ,; way for Man|
FARRIS & CO.
BEEF PACKERS
25 N. E. 27th St.
Miami. Florida
Phone 2-1725
HOME OFFICE AND PLANT-
21 Ki West Beaver St.
When we sell you Kosher Beef L Jacksonville. Florida
ifs 2 J u know lta Kosher "eyond a doubt .
It .stamped and tagged... Ask your Rabbi!