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The Jewish Floridian ( March 22, 1935 )

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wJewisti Filaridliai HI and THE JEWISH UNITY FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY Vol. 8— N I .1 :a ." I ..n tor Boris Schlnchman will chant the servic. and lead the congregational singing. Saturday morning services begin at 8. The Rabbi will preach in Yiddish on the portion of the week. Minchn services begin at 4:20, followed by the Chevra Thilim, Shalosh Saudah and Maai Florida Produces Kosher Wine B'nai B'rith Selects Heads MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX %  CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1545 S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi Regular services begin at 5:30, with the late .-el-vices at Soil), when Rabin Wither, who has just returned from a trip to New York, will ipeak on "Hainan Then, and hitler Now." The usual congregational Bing:ng and chanting will be enjoyed. Saturday morning services bee n at 0 o'clock. The Mincha service at r >:,'!(! is followed by Shalosh Saudah and Maariv service. The Shalosh Saudah has evoked much favorable comment because of the Talmudical discourses in wh:ch all present arc permitted to participate following the opening remarks of the Rabbi. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. E Nineteenth St. DR. JACOB II. KAPEAN, Rabbi "The Need for Reconstruction of Every Religion" is the subject of the lecture to be delivered by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan at the regular Friday evening services at :13 o'clock. Leaders of every line of endeavor in this city are most cordially invited. There is no admission charge. There will be an open forum after the services for the asking and answering of questions. Saturday morning services are held at 11 o'clock. Members of the confirmation (lass will assist with the services. Dr. Kaplan will speak on "The Everlasting Light." Dr. Kaplan conducts a class in Jewish history every Sunday morning from 11 o'clock to 12 o'clock to which visitors from every denomination are welcome. The class meets in the rabbi's study. For the first time Florida will produce strictly kosher wines, which may be used by the most observant for Passover, as well as the rest of the year. Chevron D'Or is a Sauterne wine produced from oranges without artificial preservatives of any kind, is a natural wine, retaining the healthful alkaline character of the nanges from which it is made. Of interest to many .lews is the fact that il i< an anti-acid wine. Rabbi Wolf VVittenstein of I'aterson, X. I., and Orlando, Fla., a member of the Aggudas Harabonim, is in charge oi the manufacture and bottling of the wine for Passovei use, and every bottle will bear his "Hechshar." The wine is manufactured in Orlando, Fla., by the Baker Products Co., by a secret process developed by the company officials. Since its introduction in the market it has become an exceptionally popular product. Children Will Present Play "Purim High-Jinks" is the name of the play that will be presented by the children of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Talmud Torah and Sunday school next Sunday, March 24th, beginning at 3 p. m. The play will be given in the clubrooms of the Young Men's Hebrew Association, S. W. 16th ave. and r >th st. The children will receive refreshments and Purim gifts from the Ladies Auxiliary of the Congregation immediately after the formal play and program is concluded. Tickets for the play, which are ten cents each, may be obtained from any member of the committee. Prizes will be awarded to the child selling the most tickets. HIAS Benefit Sunday Night Sunday night, March 24th, the local Workmen's Circle is sponsoring a Yiddish play at Beth David Talmud Torah, beginning at 8:30 o'clock. The proceeds will be devoted to the Hias. Three Yiddish acts will be given and Miss Mae Bloch of New York will be seen in several dance numbers. Taking part in the Yiddish acts are Harry Greenberg, Rose Slaviter, Joe Feinberg, Harry Rose, M. Mintz and Mrs. Teitelbaum. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) ISt S. W. Third Ave. MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Late services begin at 8:15 p. m., when the Rabbi will preach on "Haman of Today Barbarism or Civilization, Which'.'" Cantor Nathan Wroobel, assisted by the Beth David choir, will lead the congregational singing and will chant the services. Saturday morning services begin at K:.'S0 o'clock. The Junior Congregation meets at 10:30 a. m. Tombstone to Be Unveiled Here B'nai B'rith members of District Grand Lodge No. 5, with the Atlanta Lodge taking an active part, closed a most successful convention in Atlanta Sunday and Monday, March 10th and 11th. The business sessions were held at the Hotel Ansley, and the convention delegates were hosts of the Gate City Lodge No. Ill while in the city. From the progress made the meeting was the most successful in many years. The outstanding feature of the meet was the pledged assistance to the Jewish community of Athens, Ga., whose leaders in that community are eonfronted with many problems of the Jewish students at the University of Georgia. Mr. Max Michael of Athens spoke to the gathering at a meeting held on Sunday and presented an accurate picture of the situation in the college town and the convention took definite action which will lend valuable assistance to the -h wish leader of that community in order to further its program. On Sunday evening Dr. A. L. Sachar, national director of B'nai B'rith Hilhl Foundation, spoke to one of the largest B'nai B'rith gatherings ever held in Atlanta at the Temple. On Monday night the Gate City Lodge No. 144 gave a banquet and dance to all B'nai B'rith members of the district at the Standard Club. Rabbi David Marx was the toastmaster and over 200 persons attended this affair. The following officers were elected to head the District Grand Lodge for 1035: Abe Shefferman, Washington, D. C, president; Hyman S. Jacobs, Atlanta, first vicepresident; Harry Adelberg, Baltimore, second vice-president; Edwin L. Levy, Richmond, Va., secretary, and William Goodhart, Baltimore, treasurer; H. A. Alexander, Atlanta; Sam S. Goldstein,' West Palm Beach; Alvin Kartus, Asheville; Ed Rosenbaum, Washington, D. C, and M. Friest, Charleston, were elected to serve on the executive committee. School Children Aid Hadassah New York—A campaign among the Hebrew and Sunday school children of the country for contributions to a luncheon fund for Palestinian school children was ineluded in the Purim program of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist organization of America, which is celebrating its twenty-third anniversary in a series of even'tor the rest of the month. The 300 chapters of the organisation commemorated the historic deed of Queen Esther, the Hadahsah of the Bible, who saved the Jewish people from destruction, by special programs showing how the modern Hadassah, by its dedication to "the healing of my people" is carrying on the tradition of the Biblical heroine. The appeal in the Hebrew and Sunday schools for contributions to feed Palestinian school children were made through the rabbis, teachers and local Hadassah chapters. They told the American Jewish children about the work of tho Hadassah School Luncheons Committee in Palestine in feeding thousands of children In the Jewish Agency schools and teaching them cooking and the principles of dietetics and domestic science. Special "Shalach Mones" envelopes were distributed among Hebrew and Sunday school pupils for their gifts to this fund. .Mrs. Sidney Liebowitz of New York, national chairman of the Hadassah School Luncheons Committee, said that at present 4,500 children are fed daily through Hadassah, hut that the steady increase in immigration into Palestine brings with it demands for the ex-, tension of the school luncheons service. "In many instances the Hadassah lunch is the only hot, substantial meal that the children receive for the day," Mrs. Liebowitz explained. "Some of the children come from the very poorest strata. The parents are shoemakers, garbage collectors and peddlers, whose average income is less than $15 a month. The contributions of the American children will be trans[ lated into nutrition for the boys and girls of Palestine." Jewish News Around the World Leipzig Fair Pays for "Aryan" Policy Leipzig The best illustration of how Germany is hit economically by its anti-Jewish policy can be seen from the fur section of the Leipzig fair. Formerly the busiest section of the fair, the fur section has been reduced to almost nothing since Jewish firms are not at all represented at the fair. The majority of fur dealers who used to display their wares at the fair have been forced to move from Germany to England ever since the Jewish boycott against Nazi groups started abroad. "In recognition of the fact that in the year 1984 he has proved to be the outstanding figure in the age-old battle for tolerance, understanding and brotherhood," the Pi Lambda Phi fraternity presented a jeweled medal, the first ever awarded to the fraternity, to James G. McDonald, League of Nations High Commissioner for the German Refugees, at its thirty-ninth annual convention. Arthur Garfield Hays, supreme rex of the fraternity, made the presentation. Credit for Course in Jewish Contributions New York—An important educational precedent was set by the department of education of New York University when it announced the establishment of a course on the "Jewish Contributions to American Civilization." Full college credit will be given for the course, which is part of a larger course on racial and cultural contributions to American civilization. Eighty per cent of the 110 students enrolled are nonJews. This is the first time an American university has given such a course for credit. Committee Wijl Name Officers The unveiling of the tombstone to the memory of the late Mrs. Masha Lasky, mother of Mrs. Nat Roth and Mrs. S. L. Sable of this city, will take place at the Jewish section of the Woodlawn Cemetery this coming Sunday, March 24th, at 11 a. m., with Rabbi Max Shapiro, assisted by Cantor Louis Hayman, officiating. All friends of the deceased and her family are asked to attend. Beth David Sisterhood Executive Board met at luncheon last Wednesday with Mesdames Louis Weinkle and Harry Markowitz as the hostesses. The general meeting of the members followed. Plans for the Purim party for Beth David Sunday school next Sunday were announced. A nominating committee to recommend officers for the coming year was appointed, consisting of Mesdames M. Scheinberg, chairman; Sol Greif, M. J. Kopelowitz and Gus Ginsberg. J Rabbi Max Shapiro delivered an interesting address. The Sisterhood is sponsoring a card party for Sunday, April 21st, at the Talmud Torah Hall. Poaley Zion Begins Work A campaign to raise funds for the National Labor Committee for Palestine has been begun in this area by a committee of the local Poaley Zionist Organization formed here last week. Purim evening solicitations were made at local synagogues and individual homes will be visited during the campaign. The funds are used to purchase tools, cattle, farming necessities for the Chalutzim (pioneers) in Palestine. A meeting of the local Poaley Zion organization will be held shortly. Temporary officers selected are M. Abramson, chairman; Mrs. R. Dechowitz, secretary, and Mrs. Henry Seitlin, treasurer. Full details of the next meeting will be announced shortly in these columns. Jewish Doctor Devises New Childbirth Treatment Cleveland-Medical authorities are hailing as one of the most important recent advances in surgical process a new method of sparing mothers disabilities incurred in childbirth which has been developed by Dr. J. L. Bubis, consulting gynecologist of Mt. Sinai Hospital, Cleveland. Dr. Bubis' method consists of the immediate surgical repair of lacerations or other injuries suffered during the birth. The process, which is being adopted in all hospitals throughout the country, was developed at Mt. Sinai Hospital during 20 years of research. Mark Twenty-fifth Year Since Death of Gordin New York—The 25th anniversary of the death of Jacob Gordin, famous Yiddish dramatist, was observed here by the presentation of a special performance of "God, Man and Devil," his greatest work. This play was first given 35 years ago by a company which included David Kessler, Maurice Moskovitch and Kalish.



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i'age Two THE JEWISH FLORID'AN Friday, Mar Lonii Wolfson. a resident of Fiondu for 50 years, vu ;limented at a dinner party by Q ::n occasion of his ndaj The event took place las*, wak ai thi Miami Biltmore Hotel and Wat attended by: I>r. and Mrs. Wilfson of Bi wh came down especiall; for the nt; Mr anc Mrs. 0. P. V :. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell W -Mr and Mrs. Sidney Meyei Mi and Mr.Adolph Cohen. Mr. Ml : Mr. and Y I • an< Mn Em..:•.. Mn. H. •••... "• .. ... Mr and %  ..: hicaf M • anc %  ..Wolf, Ba %  and Mi • • : Boli Bl • and 1J1 J ihi M< lami Beach %  • arpartj • • • • D Bai I Meyer. Miami Beacr councilman, •up Frank Goodwin, winter resident, a thi Madison Hotel Sunday nig I Abraham, Tenn., were honored by a dinner \ ay night by Mr. Mn LoUil liruckerman at b DM 2421 S. W. Sixteen::. conrt The grneati wew Mi Stark Mil > Abraham and Stark, Memphis; S:mor. York: Mrs. Rae Bros Braaklyn, N. V Mi and | Drucl %  an ... Mi ..: H. H. Farr. lone • %  %  announce the en%  Sy!. %  Harry H. Solom I f Mr. L Pateraoi \ J • an i %  %  %  • %  : : • : --%  • rth Flooi active in the youngei ial %  i %  • %  ar> I : : %  • Puria dinno wai attei thai %  • hui in •'•'-•'" %  astmi %  • %  %  :-.•.: %  • Mri '%  %  I %  : rvini • rg. Bet! Di %  • %  -.. • tinii i ... Mr. I %  f Mr. ai Browi Bi %  I • %  play %  The ] I %  : %  %  %  %  bed a n %  •••••• and %  • %  -. that will er M Ma • • • %  %  son of Brooklyn, N. JfL 1 ^ 6 ; Th 7 Miami for several weeks, vi si ^ ..,,, the doctor's parent,. .V and jj Louil Wolf son of tl „, which had made the trip purp ,, Temple here to attend Mr. ,, obson's seventieth binplans to tion. winch was held a: v „ — %  %  *- H otel on ... conditions Dr. olf sor. tan, prof^ .-hour of surgery.ttne Long .-land Cl d of the lege of Medicine, and attend ,y oe surgeon to the Jewish and ha, Zion Hospitals of Br • meeting thi Betl David Siaterho ent 8 tta to the cl •day school at ai I Sunday morning folow %  26th, beentotion of a play, "B • %  :: %  [ay,' by membei training clai th Dv-;..... under th. Max Shapir; -. ac..:._-. school far... %  %  %  j ] Mag it v editona I of the J( nd Mr. OgU! •.'-. %  :•:: ... • for a short •AVENUE Ncwy' A Sale i — SAKS • FIFTH &f 9th to 5oth Street held tl • • • • • ... % %  %  %  I %  %  • %  : %  f cork ng laces | -T/ v/Zatr drcssins and I crmanttl %  ntoinc Jalons Lincoln Roaa Aliami Beach Pnonc 5-5551 Worth Avenue Fa!m Beach Phone71 91 _• %  • thi 'aving and facia ftef % % %  laments Antoinc ... Betl %  .oo Finishing touches Sure, 'tis the luck of the Irish to find BO much freshness and crispness for 1.00! Last minute versionof collar and cuff sets or collaralone. Sheer, while organdy, shadow primed with shamrocks. A joj to launder! Burdino's MIAMI — MIAMI IE.ACH irei ai %  • • Purim the d .... and 1 goodiei ti al > %  will give a ay i parents i "The Greatest Institution of Laundering and l>r> Cleaninf in the South" IAMI LAU N DRY 28 S. F.. Third Bt i OB id urn l ISM REID'S M \\ TOB1 \> M 1715 S. W. Rth St. I'ompano—Pan Fish Snapper—^ elk> Tail 1'inunder—1 rout Kingfish Fillet ol Ml KindAt All Good Stores Ask for NEW YORK BREAD MUSA ISLE SI Ml\,| E [NDIAN VILLAGE v MI *.. ni ; „ k M 4 v "Plan .. : A Mrl GIFTS Alligatoi WreeUini Honrlj x ... i r. M H,r. T* %  ", ,"i ,if, Mff *g .ilk > rl '<•' ke.DI.I" l'fi ;ik.i^** 1



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Iday, March 22, 1935 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three wJewish IFUcndlS&in I LORIDA S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY PUBLISHED EVERY FBIDAT by tha JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. O. H7I •wi Tower Bide. Miami, Kim. Pkone 2-5M4 •ii a. w. liu *.... EDITORIAL OFFICES: i-un J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED E. SHOCHET, Clrealatiaa %  • % %  (• CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative m*un4 .. eomd alaaa matter Juljr 4. 1910. l tha Post Offlea at nndar tha Act of March t. 1879. Miami, riodoa. WBST PALM BEACH fAMUEL SCHUTZER Representative ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN Representative ORLANDO IRENE BRAVERMAN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. H. KISLEB Representative WEST FLORIDA BUSINESS AGBNT S. G. AKOSON &f 109 Central Ave., Tampa, Fla. %  M.ataOH Yaar 8UBSCBIPTION -tl.M 4M FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1935 Vol. 8—No. 12 A Lack of Self-Respect "Pine Tree Soap more than meets the U. S. Government requirements for castile soap, the recognized standard of purity the world over. Further proof of this 100 per cent vegetable oil purity is the endorsement of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations." The above is being quoted from a circular found with a small cake of soap which was supplied to us by an ultra modern hotel in Canton, Ohio, where we had occasion to stop recently. We are printing it at this time apropos to certain statements made last week by Alfred Segal in the Anglo-Jewish press with reference to Orthodoxy and Orthodox rabbis. Evidently the Pine Tree Products Co., Inc., the Gentile makers of the above mentioned soap, have greater respect and reverence for Jewish Orthodoxy whose "chief concern has to do with the Jewish stomach," whose rabbis are "fighting in the market place with poultry dealers or t scolding each other like jealous fish-wives" (quotations are Mr. Segal's statements), than do many of our Jews. The Pine Tree Products Co., Inc.. points to the endorsement of the I'nion of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America in order to add to the purity-prestige of its product which already comes up to the requirements of the U. S. Government. But Mr. Segal refers to Jewish Orthodoxy as "dying," "medieval" and as an old house which needs ventilation. We wonder in what light the Catholic community would hold one of its members who would take it upon himself to refer to the sacred traditional ceremonies and rituals of the Catholic church in the same spirit of derision as does Mr. Segal in referring to the strict, traditional Kashruth laws and ritual bathing laws of Jewish Orthodoxy. We feel certain that Rabbi Louis Feinberg, whom we respect and revere for his Orthodox living, would be loath to accept the title of Chief Orthodox Rabbi at the hands of Mr. Segal.—"Every Friday." If all were to observe the cardinal principles of Judaism, that of respect for the other man's beliefs, these uncalled-for aspersions against fellow Jews would not be made. The Honorable Mr. Segal and others of the Jewish press may well bear in mind the age-old Talmudical injunction "Chachomim Heezoharu B'divraychem" (wise men guard their words." Jacksonville News The engagement of Miss Lavinia Dorothy Greenblatt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Greenblatt, to Mr. Marks J. Waldbaum, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Waldbaum of New York, was announced this week. The wedding will take place in the fall. Edith Weiss, meets at the Jacksonville Jewish Center every Sunday. Officers are: Mathilda Shane, president; Fred Nachman, vice-president; Eva Wernicoff, secretary, and Max Kristle, treasurer. be Rothschild Young Judean sponsored a Purim party at home of Miss Esther Smith. i organization, led by Miss The Workmen's Circle sponsored a Jewish children's concert last week. Declamations were recited by children of the Yiddish school, and three one-act plays in Yiddish were presented by the children. Mrs. Harry Pelts was chairman of the benefit bridge given by the Hebrew Ladies* Sheltering Aid Society last week. During the afternoon delicious refreshments were served. Prizes were awarded for high scores. One of the outstanding events of the season was the annual luncheon bridge sponsored by the Daughters of Israel at the Center. Assisting the chairman, Mrs. Shortstein, were Mesdames T. M. Schneider, M. Eskin, N. H. Shorstein, M. Hammerman, A. Zaslow, Ida Feldman, R. Miller, H. Silverstein and J. Weinstein. Sunday, March 24th, a Purim Carnival for children will be held at the Center, with Mrs. M. D. Margolis, wife of the Rabbi, in charge. A grand march for all masked participants will be followed by the awarding of prizes for the most beautiful, humorous and original costumes. Nine sideshows will be presented by the children and there will be a Queen Esther contest with the following participating: Sonya Witten, Elsie Witten, Leah Setzer, Annette Hammerman, Irene Baker, Bessie Setzer, Ruby Baker, Bernice Kassover, Bernice Berkowitz, Eva Wernikoff and Martha Magezis. A stage show will also be given. Senior Hadassah held its annual linen shower at the Jacksonville Jewish Center, with Mrs. Ben Stein presiding. Reports of the work of the organization were given and plans for the donors' tea were discussed. Following the business meeting a musical program was presented, and several interesting addresses and skits followed. Hostesses for the social hour were Mesdames M. H. Whitten and B. Hirschberg. Miss Helen Shatkowsky entertained at a formal cocktail dance in celebration of the birthday of her sister, Jean. Dancing was enjoyed during the evening and a buffet supper was served at a late hour. Mr. and Mrs. C. Leibovitz were guests at a surprise party celebrating their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary! tendered by their sons and daughters. Many beautiful gifts of silver and many telegrams of congratulation were received during the day. Receiving the guests were Mrs. D. Moscovitz, Mrs. R. Moss, Mrs. Ben Safer and the Misses Edith and Ann Leibovitz. St. Petersburg Notes Friday services of B'nai Israel Congregation begin at 8 p. m. Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld will speak on "A Life Worth While Living." Saturday services begin at 9 a. m. On account of stage facilities, which had ,to be enlarged, the Purim operetta will be given Sunday, March 24th, at 7:30 p. m. Mr. Harry Herman and Mrs. Lillian Grossman were united in marriage Sunday, March 17th, by Rabbi Kleinfeld. The ceremony took place at the bride's residence, which was beautifully decorated, and a seven-course dinner was served. The Judaic Council gave a household goods shower to Miss Mildred Green, whose marriage is scheduled for March 31st. Rabbi Kleinfeld will officiate. Mrs. Harry Frank of New York City will be entertained by her aunt, Mrs. Ida Mershen, with a bridge party of twenty tables. Col. O. Falk entertained at luncheon last week in the Hillsboro Hotel in honor of Rabbi Ferdinand M. Isserman of Temple Israel, St. Louis. That evening Rabbi Isserman was the guest speaker at the Y. M. H. A. bldg., and spoke on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal. Members of the Sundkiy school of Rodoph Sholom Temple held a Purim Carnival Sunday evening in the auditorium of the synagogue, when a king and queen were crowned. The candidates for the king and queen were Bernice Ichell, Dorothy Gardner, Lena Wohl; Ina Gotler, Elinor Rosenthai, Doris Chaite and Liba Segal, Leonard Gotler, Frank Cohen, Henry Finman and Marvin Aronovitz. A three-act play was presented by members of the school, directed by Mrs. Irving Salsbury. The members in the cast were Marjorie Segal, Roberta Marks, Evelyn Weber, Mildred Stoun, Bedte Steinberg, Francis Zbar, Roberta Friedkin, Muriel Cohen, Phil Opper, Ruth Weintraub, Marvin Essrig, Henry Gardner, Willie Oster, Irving Peckett, Paul Haimovitz, Albert Aronovitz, Sammy Argintar and Phil Haimovitz. Elinor Rosenthal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rosenthal, was elected queen and Marvin Aronovitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Aronovitz, was elected king. The Ladies' Auxiliary of Rodoph Sholom Temple observed "Auxiliary Sabbath" last Friday evening. Mrs. P. Gotler gave the sermon and Mrs. Jacob Wittner read the services. Mrs. Maurice Stein and Mrs. Irvin Salsbury acted as ushers for the evening. Orlando Notes All Orlando friends of Mrs. L. Wolly join in sending sympathy to Mr. L. \V. Wolly and Ruth and George Wolly in the death of their beloved wife and mother. Mrs. Wolly died early Tuesday afternoon at the Orange General Hospital after an illness of several weeks. Mrs. Wolly was an active worker in all civic and social activities and had many friends here. She was a 101 Club mother. The 101 Club members extend sympathy to Mr. Wolly, Ruth and George Wolly in the death of their wife and mother. The 101 Club is grateful for all the effort the mother put forth for the progress of the organization. Mr. Sam Haimowitz, now of Jacksonville, spent the week-end in Orlando with his family. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Lefcowitz and son of Winston-Salem, N. C, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. Lefcowitz. Marion Shapiro celebrated her seventh birthday last week. Mrs. Liman and her two children and Mrs. Harris and daughter of New York are wintering here. Mrs. Liman and Mrs. Harris spent the week-end in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. M. Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. H. Braverman and daughters, Irene and Shirley, spent Sunday at Daytona Beach. Says Jewish Dietary Laws Aid to Health Mrs. A. R. Berger has returned to Tampa after a visit to New Orleans, where she attended the convention of the National Council of Jewish Women as a Tampa delegate. Mrs. I. Liebman has returned to the city after spending the weekend in Tallahassee with her daughter, Miss Muriel Liebman, who is B student at the women's college there. London—The Jewish dietary laws are an important preventative against disease, Dr. Arbuthet Lyon, eminent English physician, declared in an interview with the Jewish Daily Post. Dr. Lyon declared, too, that the health teachings of the Talmud were an important factor in preserving the Jewish people in the face of thousands of years of suffering and persecution. Benjamin Stern Bequeaths $125,000 to Charity Mr. Jerome Waterman, who is convalescing after an operation for appendicitis, has been removed to his home. Miss Frances Maas, a student at Goucher College, is spending the spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Maas. Mrs. Ben Trattner of New York City, who has been the guest of her niece, Mrs. Fred Perlman, has returned to her home. Mrs. Albert Milchman and son, Sheldon, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Milchman. Key West Notes Congregation B'Nai Zion, Simonton st., Key West, Fla. Services are held every Friday night, beginning at 8 o'clock. Rabbi Kristal preaches on the portion of the week. Hebrew classes every day at 4 o'clock. Louis Untermeyer Wins Italian Literary Prize New York—Bequests totaling $425,000 were left to nine Jewish and twelve non-sectarian philanthropic agencies by the late Benjamin Stern, president of Stern Bros, department store, it became known following a tax appraisal of his estate, which was valued at $2,344,382. Easton Jew Leaves $3,000 to Christian Churches Rome—With the approval of Premier Benito Mussolini, Louis Untermeyer, American poet, has been awarded a special gold medal for the best literary work describing the beauties of Italy. Easton, Pa.—St. Bernard's Catholic Church and Zion Lutheran Church were among the beneficiaries of the will of the late Herman Loevy, Jewish clothing merchant, who left an estate of $250,000. The Catholic church will get $2,000 and the Lutheran church $1,000. Mr. Loevy also bequeathed $20,000 to a local hospital and $30,000 to two national Jewish philanthropic institutions. SYNAGOG Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and director of the Radio Synagog, will preach over station WIOD at nine o'clock on Sunday morning on "Youth Experiments." There also will be prayers, scripture reading and a question box.



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Friday. March 22, 1035 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Pare Fir t Sunday evening, March 24, local Workmen's Circle will or a Yiddish play and dance •am at the Beth David Tal^B Torah Hall for the benefit of ^^ Hebrew Immigrant Aid So~L known as the HI AS. A num' %  of Yiddish players prominent Itho South, including Harry; berg, Rose Slaviter, Joe ierg, Harry Rose, Mrs. Mintz Mrs. Teitelbaum, will present three acts in Yiddish. Miss Mae' Bloch of New York will be seen :n a numlx'r of dance specialties. • • Mrs. Louis Dayman entertained a number of friends last Tuesday in honor of Mrs. Stanley an and Mrs. Irving Abel, of New York, who are leavfor their home this week, 'e and other games were played and a buffet supper was served at a late hour. Among present were the guests of Mrs. Harry Stein, Mr. and M. B. Brotsky, Abe AronoDr. Kiley Morris and Jack ik. • r Hadassah entertained members and friends at a bridge party Monday evening at the home of Miss Ida Engler. High score prizes were awarded Miss Miriam Sobel and Miss Beck Nash. Other quests included Miss Essie Rosengarten, Miss Dorothy Brill, Mrs. Leo Chaikin, Miss Ida Safer, Miss Anita Bernstein, Miss Theda Maurer, Miss Florence Tomases, Miss liana Mack, Miss Yetta Feiner, Miss Ethel Silverman, Miss Myra Goodkowsky, Miss Raye Alexander, Miss Pearl Tomases, Mrs. Ethel Blumer, Miss Ruby Zeisman. An important meeting of the organization will be held next Monday evening, March 25th, at 8 p. m. at the Talmud Torah. Details will be discussed regarding the April Foul's dance to be given April 1st at the Strath-Haven Hotel. Mrs. Louella Farr is chairman, assisted by Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, Miss Sylvia Rayvis and Miss Anita Bernstein. In co-ordination with the Donor's Dinner Fund Miss Beck Nash and Miss Ida Engler will be co-sponsors at a slumber party Saturday night, March 23rd, at Miss Engler's home, 1637 S. W. 11th st. One of the largest crowds of the season attended the fourth annual l'urim dance sponsored by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation last W. L. PHILBRICK Director of Funerals Serving Greater Miami PRIVATE SEDAN AMBULANCE SERVICE Ii57 Collins Ave. Miami Beaeh Phone 5-3311 660 West Flagler St. Miami Phone 2-3456 Tuesday night at the Floridian Hotel, Miami Beach. The Hotel Floridian Orchestra, directed by Jerry Johnson, furnished the dance music. B. B. B., well known master of ceremonies, ^directed the evening's entertainment, with Wally Vernon, Al Burnett, Irving Fields, a complete dance and song program by the Mae Rose Studio of Dancing, Milt Traeger and others. E. Al Pallott introduced the master of ceremonies. Quite a large sum was realized for the Talmud Torah of the congregation. In charge of arrangements was a committee headed by Mrs. L. Kotkin, who was assisted by Mrs. Philip Berkowitz, Mrs. J. L. Shochet, Mrs. M. Pallott, Mrs. H. Shulman. Mrs. N. Blumberg, Mr. Max Rappaport and Mr. Max Mintzer. • A large number of guests attended the Purim ball of he Beth Jacob Congregation last Sunday at the Floridian Hotel. Besides the dance and floor show the audience was treated to a Hungarian dance by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weiss of Noi-i istown. Pa. Mrs. Philip Lieb erman donated a beautiful cocktail shaker, which was won by Dr. David S. Salny of Morristown, N. .1. Mr. Salny returned the shaker, which was auctioned off to the highest bidder, Mr. Naden of Camden, N. J,, who in turn re-auetioned the article. Mr. Harry Weiss was then the highest bidder, who returned his purchase which was auctioned again and Mr. Weiss was again the highest bidder, and presented the cocktail shaker to Cantor Boris Schlachman. Mr. and Mrs. A. Snyder of New Haven, sister and brother-in-law of Mrs. Nathan Pritzker of this city, returned to their home after spending some time at Miami Beach. • Mr. Nathan Pritzker is convalescing at his home from severe injuries sustained by him in an auto accident recently near Kelsey City, Fla. • An active campaign is being waged in Southeastern Florida by the Standard Wholesale Grocery Co., recently appointed distributor for Goodman's Matzos and other products. Produced under the most modern and sanitary conYou May Not Relieve It Rut ITS TRUE! Urine, your renr-view mirror t us and we will resilver it absolutely free. No strings attached. Binswanger & Co. 1212 N. E. Second Ave. ditlons, prominent Rabbis are in charge to insure strict adherence to all dietary requirements and that Matzos and other Passover products are strictly kosher for Pesach, So that the public may enjoy these Matzos, known for their quality, they will be sold at unusually low prices. The Standard Wholesale Grocery Co., Florida distributors for Goodman's Matzos and wheat products, is one of the large wholesale grocery companies in this area and is headed by Mr. Philip Appelbaum, founder of the firm, which was established in 1926. The Matzos and other Goodman's products will be carried by the leading stores. • Funeral services for Raymond Simon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Simon, who died last Thursday, were held at the Carter Funeral Dome last Friday afternoon with Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan officiating. Sever! hundred friends attended, including delegations from James Carnell Lodge, F. & A. M., the Scottish Rite, the Mahi Shrine Temple and the Shrine Chanters, to which organizations he belonged. James Carnell Lodge officials officiated at Masonic rites immediately following the j conclusion of Rabbi Kaplan's services. Raymond left surviving him his mother, Mrs. Lena Simon, past worthy matron of Kmunah Chapter, O. E. S., and prominent communal worker here; his father, Bernard, and a brother, Jerome. WINE A h&al wutt-footn the nosb "TOD '> i *>yttfj, j- C fcl.6f.j/, v i/t '. E U/> /( >/ ei/t '/-:/. / %  >'. M^IC* .'M JA-J Gil -j U\3. J r • <"' %  | .At"" v.w .,. f„ HA S VO/ ^ ^ kWife Ajtfaz MJ $$•*•$>•?•*•*• $"?"• <$• "f--f>^.. T -.•~y^.}^*^v.vrw^^..*/jv,s, To enjoy your Passover properly, insist that your dealer supply you with n At All Good Stores Ask for NEW YORK BREAD Chevron D'Or Wine Manufactured and bottled for Passover under the personal supervision of the well known Rabbi Wolf Wittenstein of Paterson. N. J„ and Orlando. Fla. "STRICTLY KOSHER" The Ideal Non-Fattening, Acid Free Wine for Passover I'se AT ALL GOOD DEALERS BAKER PRODUCTS CO., ORLANDO



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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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wJewisti Filaridliai hi
and
THE JEWISH UNITY
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
Vol. 8 N MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1985
Price Five Cent*
Announcements
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
Sll Washington Ave., Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBEOOM, Rabbi
Late services tonight begin at
8:16, win iJ;i a :.
on "Perp> I .1 :a ." I ..n
tor Boris Schlnchman will chant
the servic. and lead the congre-
gational singing. Saturday morn-
ing services begin at 8. The Rabbi
will preach in Yiddish on the por-
tion of the week. Minchn services
begin at 4:20, followed by the
Chevra Thilim, Shalosh Saudah
and Maai .
Florida Produces
Kosher Wine
B'nai B'rith
Selects Heads
miami jewish orthodox
congregation
(Orthodox)
1545 S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
Regular services begin at 5:30,
with the late .-el-vices at Soil),
when Rabin Wither, who has just
returned from a trip to New York,
will ipeak on "Hainan Then, and
hitler Now." The usual congre-
gational Bing:ng and chanting will
be enjoyed. Saturday morning
services bee n at 0 o'clock. The
Mincha service at .r>:,'!(! is followed
by Shalosh Saudah and Maariv
service. The Shalosh Saudah has
evoked much favorable comment
because of the Talmudical dis-
courses in wh:ch all present arc
permitted to participate following
the opening remarks of the Rabbi.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E Nineteenth St.
DR. JACOB II. KAPEAN, Rabbi
"The Need for Reconstruction of
Every Religion" is the subject of
the lecture to be delivered by Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan at the regular Fri-
day evening services at :13
o'clock. Leaders of every line of
endeavor in this city are most cor-
dially invited. There is no ad-
mission charge. There will be an
open forum after the services for
the asking and answering of ques-
tions.
Saturday morning services are
held at 11 o'clock. Members of the
confirmation (lass will assist with
the services. Dr. Kaplan will speak
on "The Everlasting Light."
Dr. Kaplan conducts a class in
Jewish history every Sunday morn-
ing from 11 o'clock to 12 o'clock
to which visitors from every de-
nomination are welcome. The class
meets in the rabbi's study.
For the first time Florida will
produce strictly kosher wines,
which may be used by the most
observant for Passover, as well as
the rest of the year. Chevron
D'Or is a Sauterne wine produced
from oranges without artificial
preservatives of any kind, is a
natural wine, retaining the health-
ful alkaline character of the
nanges from which it is made. Of
interest to many .lews is the fact
that il i< an anti-acid wine. Rabbi
Wolf VVittenstein of I'aterson, X.
I., and Orlando, Fla., a member of
the Aggudas Harabonim, is in
charge oi the manufacture and
bottling of the wine for Passovei
use, and every bottle will bear his
"Hechshar." The wine is manu-
factured in Orlando, Fla., by the
Baker Products Co., by a secret
process developed by the company
officials. Since its introduction in
the market it has become an ex-
ceptionally popular product.
Children Will
Present Play
"Purim High-Jinks" is the name
of the play that will be presented
by the children of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation Talmud
Torah and Sunday school next Sun-
day, March 24th, beginning at 3
p. m. The play will be given in the
clubrooms of the Young Men's He-
brew Association, S. W. 16th ave.
and .r>th st. The children will re-
ceive refreshments and Purim gifts
from the Ladies Auxiliary of the
Congregation immediately after
the formal play and program is
concluded. Tickets for the play,
which are ten cents each, may be
obtained from any member of the
committee. Prizes will be award-
ed to the child selling the most
tickets.
HIAS Benefit
Sunday Night
Sunday night, March 24th, the
local Workmen's Circle is sponsor-
ing a Yiddish play at Beth David
Talmud Torah, beginning at 8:30
o'clock. The proceeds will be de-
voted to the Hias. Three Yiddish
acts will be given and Miss Mae
Bloch of New York will be seen in
several dance numbers. Taking
part in the Yiddish acts are Harry
Greenberg, Rose Slaviter, Joe
Feinberg, Harry Rose, M. Mintz
and Mrs. Teitelbaum.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
ISt S. W. Third Ave.
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Late services begin at 8:15 p.
m., when the Rabbi will preach on
"Haman of Today Barbarism or
Civilization, Which'.'" Cantor Na-
than Wroobel, assisted by the Beth
David choir, will lead the congre-
gational singing and will chant the
services. Saturday morning serv-
ices begin at K:.'S0 o'clock. The
Junior Congregation meets at
10:30 a. m.
Tombstone to
Be Unveiled Here
B'nai B'rith members of District
Grand Lodge No. 5, with the At-
lanta Lodge taking an active part,
closed a most successful conven-
tion in Atlanta Sunday and Mon-
day, March 10th and 11th. The
business sessions were held at the
Hotel Ansley, and the convention
delegates were hosts of the Gate
City Lodge No. Ill while in the
city.
From the progress made the
meeting was the most successful
in many years. The outstanding
feature of the meet was the
pledged assistance to the Jewish
community of Athens, Ga., whose
leaders in that community are eon-
fronted with many problems of
the Jewish students at the Uni-
versity of Georgia. Mr. Max Mich-
ael of Athens spoke to the gather-
ing at a meeting held on Sunday
and presented an accurate picture
of the situation in the college
town and the convention took defi-
nite action which will lend val-
uable assistance to the -h wish
leader of that community in order
to further its program. On Sun-
day evening Dr. A. L. Sachar, na-
tional director of B'nai B'rith Hil-
hl Foundation, spoke to one of
the largest B'nai B'rith gatherings
ever held in Atlanta at the Tem-
ple. On Monday night the Gate
City Lodge No. 144 gave a ban-
quet and dance to all B'nai B'rith
members of the district at the
Standard Club. Rabbi David
Marx was the toastmaster and
over 200 persons attended this af-
fair.
The following officers were
elected to head the District Grand
Lodge for 1035: Abe Shefferman,
Washington, D. C, president; Hy-
man S. Jacobs, Atlanta, first vice-
president; Harry Adelberg, Balti-
more, second vice-president; Ed-
win L. Levy, Richmond, Va., sec-
retary, and William Goodhart,
Baltimore, treasurer; H. A. Alex-
ander, Atlanta; Sam S. Goldstein,'
West Palm Beach; Alvin Kartus,
Asheville; Ed Rosenbaum, Wash-
ington, D. C, and M. Friest,
Charleston, were elected to serve
on the executive committee.
School Children
Aid Hadassah
New YorkA campaign among
the Hebrew and Sunday school
children of the country for con-
tributions to a luncheon fund for
Palestinian school children was in-
eluded in the Purim program of
Hadassah, the Women's Zionist or-
ganization of America, which is
celebrating its twenty-third anni-
versary in a series of even'- tor
the rest of the month.
The 300 chapters of the organi-
sation commemorated the historic
deed of Queen Esther, the Hadah-
sah of the Bible, who saved the
Jewish people from destruction, by
special programs showing how the
modern Hadassah, by its dedica-
tion to "the healing of my people"
is carrying on the tradition of the
Biblical heroine.
The appeal in the Hebrew and
Sunday schools for contributions
to feed Palestinian school children
were made through the rabbis,
teachers and local Hadassah chap-
ters. They told the American Jew-
ish children about the work of tho
Hadassah School Luncheons Com-
mittee in Palestine in feeding
thousands of children In the Jew-
ish Agency schools and teaching
them cooking and the principles
of dietetics and domestic science.
Special "Shalach Mones" envelopes
were distributed among Hebrew
and Sunday school pupils for their
gifts to this fund.
.Mrs. Sidney Liebowitz of New
York, national chairman of the Ha-
dassah School Luncheons Commit-
tee, said that at present 4,500 chil-
dren are fed daily through Hadas-
sah, hut that the steady increase
in immigration into Palestine
brings with it demands for the ex-,
tension of the school luncheons
service.
"In many instances the Hadas-
sah lunch is the only hot, substan-
tial meal that the children receive
for the day," Mrs. Liebowitz ex-
plained. "Some of the children
come from the very poorest strata.
The parents are shoemakers, gar-
bage collectors and peddlers, whose
average income is less than $15 a
month. The contributions of the
American children will be trans- [
lated into nutrition for the boys
and girls of Palestine."
Jewish News
Around the
World
Leipzig Fair Pays for "Aryan"
Policy
Leipzig The best illustration of
how Germany is hit economically
by its anti-Jewish policy can be
seen from the fur section of the
Leipzig fair.
Formerly the busiest section of
the fair, the fur section has been
reduced to almost nothing since
Jewish firms are not at all repre-
sented at the fair. The majority
of fur dealers who used to display
their wares at the fair have been
forced to move from Germany to
England ever since the Jewish boy-
cott against Nazi groups started
abroad.
"In recognition of the fact that
in the year 1984 he has proved to
be the outstanding figure in the
age-old battle for tolerance, un-
derstanding and brotherhood," the
Pi Lambda Phi fraternity present-
ed a jeweled medal, the first ever
awarded to the fraternity, to
James G. McDonald, League of
Nations High Commissioner for
the German Refugees, at its thir-
ty-ninth annual convention. Ar-
thur Garfield Hays, supreme rex
of the fraternity, made the pres-
entation.
Credit for Course in Jewish
Contributions
New YorkAn important educa-
tional precedent was set by the
department of education of New
York University when it an-
nounced the establishment of a
course on the "Jewish Contribu-
tions to American Civilization."
Full college credit will be given
for the course, which is part of a
larger course on racial and cul-
tural contributions to American
civilization. Eighty per cent of
the 110 students enrolled are non-
Jews.
This is the first time an Ameri-
can university has given such a
course for credit.
Committee Wijl
Name Officers
The unveiling of the tombstone
to the memory of the late Mrs.
Masha Lasky, mother of Mrs. Nat
Roth and Mrs. S. L. Sable of this
city, will take place at the Jew-
ish section of the Woodlawn Cem-
etery this coming Sunday, March
24th, at 11 a. m., with Rabbi Max
Shapiro, assisted by Cantor Louis
Hayman, officiating. All friends
of the deceased and her family are
asked to attend.
Beth David Sisterhood Execu-
tive Board met at luncheon last
Wednesday with Mesdames Louis
Weinkle and Harry Markowitz as
the hostesses. The general meet-
ing of the members followed. Plans
for the Purim party for Beth Da-
vid Sunday school next Sunday
were announced. A nominating
committee to recommend officers
for the coming year was appointed,
consisting of Mesdames M. Schein-
berg, chairman; Sol Greif, M. J.
Kopelowitz and Gus Ginsberg. J
Rabbi Max Shapiro delivered an in-
teresting address. The Sisterhood
is sponsoring a card party for Sun-
day, April 21st, at the Talmud
Torah Hall.
Poaley Zion
Begins Work
A campaign to raise funds for
the National Labor Committee for
Palestine has been begun in this
area by a committee of the
local Poaley Zionist Organization
formed here last week. Purim eve-
ning solicitations were made at
local synagogues and individual
homes will be visited during the
campaign. The funds are used to
purchase tools, cattle, farming ne-
cessities for the Chalutzim (pio-
neers) in Palestine. A meeting of
the local Poaley Zion organiza-
tion will be held shortly. Tempo-
rary officers selected are M. Ab-
ramson, chairman; Mrs. R. Dech-
owitz, secretary, and Mrs. Henry
Seitlin, treasurer. Full details of
the next meeting will be announced
shortly in these columns.
Jewish Doctor Devises New
Childbirth Treatment
Cleveland- -Medical authorities
are hailing as one of the most im-
portant recent advances in surgical
process a new method of sparing
mothers disabilities incurred in
childbirth which has been devel-
oped by Dr. J. L. Bubis, consulting
gynecologist of Mt. Sinai Hospital,
Cleveland. Dr. Bubis' method con-
sists of the immediate surgical re-
pair of lacerations or other in-
juries suffered during the birth.
The process, which is being adopt-
ed in all hospitals throughout the
country, was developed at Mt. Si-
nai Hospital during 20 years of
research.
Mark Twenty-fifth Year Since
Death of Gordin
New YorkThe 25th anniver-
sary of the death of Jacob Gordin,
famous Yiddish dramatist, was ob-
served here by the presentation of
a special performance of "God,
Man and Devil," his greatest work.
This play was first given 35 years
ago by a company which included
David Kessler, Maurice Mosko-
vitch and Kalish.


i'age Two
THE JEWISH FLORID'AN
Friday, Mar -
Lonii Wolfson. a resident of
Fiondu for 50 years, vu
;limented at a dinner party by
q ::n occasion of his
ndaj
The event took place las*, wak
ai thi Miami Biltmore Hotel and
Wat attended by: I>r. and Mrs. Wil-
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ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN
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FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1935
Vol. 8No. 12
A Lack of Self-Respect
"Pine Tree Soap more than meets the U. S. Government
requirements for castile soap, the recognized standard of
purity the world over. Further proof of this 100 per cent
vegetable oil purity is the endorsement of the Union of Or-
thodox Jewish Congregations."
The above is being quoted from a circular found with a
small cake of soap which was supplied to us by an ultra
modern hotel in Canton, Ohio, where we had occasion to
stop recently. We are printing it at this time apropos to
certain statements made last week by Alfred Segal in the
Anglo-Jewish press with reference to Orthodoxy and Or-
thodox rabbis. Evidently the Pine Tree Products Co., Inc.,
the Gentile makers of the above mentioned soap, have greater
respect and reverence for Jewish Orthodoxy whose "chief
concern has to do with the Jewish stomach," whose rabbis
are "fighting in the market place with poultry dealers or
t scolding each other like jealous fish-wives" (quotations are
Mr. Segal's statements), than do many of our Jews. The
Pine Tree Products Co., Inc.. points to the endorsement of
the I'nion of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America in
order to add to the purity-prestige of its product which al-
ready comes up to the requirements of the U. S. Govern-
ment. But Mr. Segal refers to Jewish Orthodoxy as "dy-
ing," "medieval" and as an old house which needs ventila-
tion.
We wonder in what light the Catholic community would
hold one of its members who would take it upon himself to
refer to the sacred traditional ceremonies and rituals of the
Catholic church in the same spirit of derision as does Mr.
Segal in referring to the strict, traditional Kashruth laws
and ritual bathing laws of Jewish Orthodoxy. We feel cer-
tain that Rabbi Louis Feinberg, whom we respect and revere
for his Orthodox living, would be loath to accept the title
of Chief Orthodox Rabbi at the hands of Mr. Segal."Every
Friday."
If all were to observe the cardinal principles of Judaism,
that of respect for the other man's beliefs, these uncalled-for
aspersions against fellow Jews would not be made. The
Honorable Mr. Segal and others of the Jewish press may well
bear in mind the age-old Talmudical injunction "Chach-
omim Heezoharu B'divraychem" (wise men guard their
words."
Jacksonville News
The engagement of Miss Lavinia
Dorothy Greenblatt, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Greenblatt, to
Mr. Marks J. Waldbaum, son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Waldbaum of
New York, was announced this
week. The wedding will take place
in the fall.
Edith Weiss, meets at the Jack-
sonville Jewish Center every Sun-
day. Officers are: Mathilda
Shane, president; Fred Nachman,
vice-president; Eva Wernicoff, sec-
retary, and Max Kristle, treasurer.
be Rothschild Young Judean
sponsored a Purim party at
home of Miss Esther Smith.
i organization, led by Miss
The Workmen's Circle sponsored
a Jewish children's concert last
week. Declamations were recited
by children of the Yiddish school,
and three one-act plays in Yiddish
were presented by the children.
Mrs. Harry Pelts was chairman
of the benefit bridge given by the
Hebrew Ladies* Sheltering Aid So-
ciety last week. During the aft-
ernoon delicious refreshments were
served. Prizes were awarded for
high scores.
One of the outstanding events of
the season was the annual lunch-
eon bridge sponsored by the Daugh-
ters of Israel at the Center. As-
sisting the chairman, Mrs. Short-
stein, were Mesdames T. M. Schnei-
der, M. Eskin, N. H. Shorstein, M.
Hammerman, A. Zaslow, Ida Feld-
man, R. Miller, H. Silverstein and
J. Weinstein.
Sunday, March 24th, a Purim
Carnival for children will be held
at the Center, with Mrs. M. D.
Margolis, wife of the Rabbi, in
charge. A grand march for all
masked participants will be fol-
lowed by the awarding of prizes
for the most beautiful, humorous
and original costumes. Nine side-
shows will be presented by the
children and there will be a Queen
Esther contest with the following
participating: Sonya Witten, El-
sie Witten, Leah Setzer, Annette
Hammerman, Irene Baker, Bessie
Setzer, Ruby Baker, Bernice Kass-
over, Bernice Berkowitz, Eva Wer-
nikoff and Martha Magezis. A
stage show will also be given.
Senior Hadassah held its annual
linen shower at the Jacksonville
Jewish Center, with Mrs. Ben
Stein presiding. Reports of the
work of the organization were giv-
en and plans for the donors' tea
were discussed. Following the
business meeting a musical pro-
gram was presented, and several
interesting addresses and skits fol-
lowed. Hostesses for the social
hour were Mesdames M. H. Whit-
ten and B. Hirschberg.
Miss Helen Shatkowsky enter-
tained at a formal cocktail dance
in celebration of the birthday of
her sister, Jean. Dancing was en-
joyed during the evening and a
buffet supper was served at a late
hour.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Leibovitz were
guests at a surprise party cele-
brating their twenty-fifth wedding
anniversary! tendered by their sons
and daughters. Many beautiful
gifts of silver and many telegrams
of congratulation were received
during the day. Receiving the
guests were Mrs. D. Moscovitz,
Mrs. R. Moss, Mrs. Ben Safer and
the Misses Edith and Ann Leibo-
vitz.
St. Petersburg
Notes
Friday services of B'nai Israel
Congregation begin at 8 p. m.
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld will speak
on "A Life Worth While Living."
Saturday services begin at 9 a. m.
On account of stage facilities,
which had ,to be enlarged, the
Purim operetta will be given Sun-
day, March 24th, at 7:30 p. m.
Mr. Harry Herman and Mrs. Lil-
lian Grossman were united in mar-
riage Sunday, March 17th, by
Rabbi Kleinfeld. The ceremony
took place at the bride's residence,
which was beautifully decorated,
and a seven-course dinner was
served.
The Judaic Council gave a
household goods shower to Miss
Mildred Green, whose marriage is
scheduled for March 31st. Rabbi
Kleinfeld will officiate.
Mrs. Harry Frank of New York
City will be entertained by her
aunt, Mrs. Ida Mershen, with a
bridge party of twenty tables.
Col. O. Falk entertained at
luncheon last week in the Hills-
boro Hotel in honor of Rabbi Fer-
dinand M. Isserman of Temple Is-
rael, St. Louis. That evening Rab-
bi Isserman was the guest speak-
er at the Y. M. H. A. bldg., and
spoke on behalf of the United Jew-
ish Appeal.
Members of the Sundkiy school
of Rodoph Sholom Temple held a
Purim Carnival Sunday evening in
the auditorium of the synagogue,
when a king and queen were
crowned. The candidates for the
king and queen were Bernice
Ichell, Dorothy Gardner, Lena
Wohl; Ina Gotler, Elinor Rosen-
thai, Doris Chaite and Liba Segal,
Leonard Gotler, Frank Cohen, Hen-
ry Finman and Marvin Aronovitz.
A three-act play was presented
by members of the school, directed
by Mrs. Irving Salsbury. The mem-
bers in the cast were Marjorie
Segal, Roberta Marks, Evelyn
Weber, Mildred Stoun, Bedte Stein-
berg, Francis Zbar, Roberta Fried-
kin, Muriel Cohen, Phil Opper,
Ruth Weintraub, Marvin Essrig,
Henry Gardner, Willie Oster, Ir-
ving Peckett, Paul Haimovitz, Al-
bert Aronovitz, Sammy Argintar
and Phil Haimovitz.
Elinor Rosenthal, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rosenthal, was
elected queen and Marvin Arono-
vitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel
Aronovitz, was elected king.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Rodoph
Sholom Temple observed "Auxil-
iary Sabbath" last Friday evening.
Mrs. P. Gotler gave the sermon
and Mrs. Jacob Wittner read the
services. Mrs. Maurice Stein and
Mrs. Irvin Salsbury acted as ush-
ers for the evening.
Orlando Notes
All Orlando friends of Mrs. L.
Wolly join in sending sympathy to
Mr. L. \V. Wolly and Ruth and
George Wolly in the death of their
beloved wife and mother. Mrs.
Wolly died early Tuesday after-
noon at the Orange General Hos-
pital after an illness of several
weeks. Mrs. Wolly was an active
worker in all civic and social ac-
tivities and had many friends
here. She was a 101 Club mother.
The 101 Club members extend
sympathy to Mr. Wolly, Ruth and
George Wolly in the death of their
wife and mother. The 101 Club
is grateful for all the effort the
mother put forth for the prog-
ress of the organization.
Mr. Sam Haimowitz, now of
Jacksonville, spent the week-end
in Orlando with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Lefcowitz and
son of Winston-Salem, N. C, are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. Lefco-
witz.
Marion Shapiro celebrated her
seventh birthday last week.
Mrs. Liman and her two chil-
dren and Mrs. Harris and daugh-
ter of New York are wintering
here. Mrs. Liman and Mrs. Har-
ris spent the week-end in Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Morrison, Mr.
and Mrs. H. Braverman and daugh-
ters, Irene and Shirley, spent Sun-
day at Daytona Beach.
Says Jewish Dietary Laws Aid to
Health
Mrs. A. R. Berger has returned
to Tampa after a visit to New Or-
leans, where she attended the con-
vention of the National Council of
Jewish Women as a Tampa dele-
gate.
Mrs. I. Liebman has returned to
the city after spending the week-
end in Tallahassee with her daugh-
ter, Miss Muriel Liebman, who is
B student at the women's college
there.
LondonThe Jewish dietary
laws are an important preventa-
tive against disease, Dr. Arbuthet
Lyon, eminent English physician,
declared in an interview with the
Jewish Daily Post.
Dr. Lyon declared, too, that the
health teachings of the Talmud
were an important factor in pre-
serving the Jewish people in the
face of thousands of years of suf-
fering and persecution.
Benjamin Stern Bequeaths $125,000
to Charity
Mr. Jerome Waterman, who is
convalescing after an operation for
appendicitis, has been removed to
his home.
Miss Frances Maas, a student at
Goucher College, is spending the
spring vacation with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Maas.
Mrs. Ben Trattner of New York
City, who has been the guest of
her niece, Mrs. Fred Perlman, has
returned to her home.
Mrs. Albert Milchman and son,
Sheldon, are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Milchman.
Key West Notes
Congregation B'Nai Zion, Simon-
ton st., Key West, Fla. Services
are held every Friday night, be-
ginning at 8 o'clock. Rabbi Kris-
tal preaches on the portion of the
week. Hebrew classes every day
at 4 o'clock.
Louis Untermeyer Wins Italian
Literary Prize
New YorkBequests totaling
$425,000 were left to nine Jewish
and twelve non-sectarian philan-
thropic agencies by the late Ben-
jamin Stern, president of Stern
Bros, department store, it became
known following a tax appraisal of
his estate, which was valued at
$2,344,382.
Easton Jew Leaves $3,000 to
Christian Churches
RomeWith the approval of
Premier Benito Mussolini, Louis
Untermeyer, American poet, has
been awarded a special gold medal
for the best literary work describ-
ing the beauties of Italy.
Easton, Pa.St. Bernard's Cath-
olic Church and Zion Lutheran
Church were among the benefi-
ciaries of the will of the late Her-
man Loevy, Jewish clothing mer-
chant, who left an estate of $250,-
000. The Catholic church will get
$2,000 and the Lutheran church
$1,000. Mr. Loevy also bequeathed
$20,000 to a local hospital and
$30,000 to two national Jewish
philanthropic institutions.
SYNAGOG
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder
and director of the Radio Synagog,
will preach over station WIOD at
nine o'clock on Sunday morning
on "Youth Experiments." There
also will be prayers, scripture
reading and a question box.


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Pare Fir
t Sunday evening, March 24,
local Workmen's Circle will
or a Yiddish play and dance
am at the Beth David Tal-
^B Torah Hall for the benefit of
^^ Hebrew Immigrant Aid So-
~L known as the HI AS. A num- '
of Yiddish players prominent
Itho South, including Harry;
berg, Rose Slaviter, Joe
ierg, Harry Rose, Mrs. Mintz
Mrs. Teitelbaum, will present
three acts in Yiddish. Miss Mae'
Bloch of New York will be seen :n
a numlx'r of dance specialties.

Mrs. Louis Dayman entertained
a number of friends last Tuesday
in honor of Mrs. Stanley
an and Mrs. Irving Abel,
of New York, who are leav-
for their home this week,
'e and other games were
played and a buffet supper was
served at a late hour. Among
present were the guests of
, Mrs. Harry Stein, Mr. and
M. B. Brotsky, Abe Arono-
Dr. Kiley Morris and Jack
ik.
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members and friends at a bridge
party Monday evening at the home
of Miss Ida Engler. High score
prizes were awarded Miss Miriam
Sobel and Miss Beck Nash. Other
quests included Miss Essie Rosen-
garten, Miss Dorothy Brill, Mrs.
Leo Chaikin, Miss Ida Safer, Miss
Anita Bernstein, Miss Theda
Maurer, Miss Florence Tomases,
Miss liana Mack, Miss Yetta Fei-
ner, Miss Ethel Silverman, Miss
Myra Goodkowsky, Miss Raye Al-
exander, Miss Pearl Tomases, Mrs.
Ethel Blumer, Miss Ruby Zeisman.
An important meeting of the or-
ganization will be held next Mon-
day evening, March 25th, at 8 p.
m. at the Talmud Torah. Details
will be discussed regarding the
April Foul's dance to be given
April 1st at the Strath-Haven Ho-
tel. Mrs. Louella Farr is chair-
man, assisted by Mrs. Jennie Rot-
fort, Miss Sylvia Rayvis and Miss
Anita Bernstein.
In co-ordination with the Donor's
Dinner Fund Miss Beck Nash and
Miss Ida Engler will be co-spon-
sors at a slumber party Saturday
night, March 23rd, at Miss Eng-
ler's home, 1637 S. W. 11th st.
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One of the largest crowds of
the season attended the fourth an-
nual l'urim dance sponsored by
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
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Tuesday night at the Floridian Ho-
tel, Miami Beach. The Hotel Flo-
ridian Orchestra, directed by Jer-
ry Johnson, furnished the dance
music. B. B. B., well known mas-
ter of ceremonies, ^directed the
evening's entertainment, with
Wally Vernon, Al Burnett, Irving
Fields, a complete dance and song
program by the Mae Rose Studio
of Dancing, Milt Traeger and oth-
ers. E. Al Pallott introduced the
master of ceremonies. Quite a
large sum was realized for the
Talmud Torah of the congregation.
In charge of arrangements was a
committee headed by Mrs. L. Kot-
kin, who was assisted by Mrs. Phil-
ip Berkowitz, Mrs. J. L. Shochet,
Mrs. M. Pallott, Mrs. H. Shulman.
Mrs. N. Blumberg, Mr. Max Rap-
paport and Mr. Max Mintzer.
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A large number of guests at-
tended the Purim ball of he Beth
Jacob Congregation last Sunday at
the Floridian Hotel. Besides the
dance and floor show the audience
was treated to a Hungarian dance
by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weiss of
Noi-i istown. Pa. Mrs. Philip Lieb
erman donated a beautiful cocktail
shaker, which was won by Dr. Da-
vid S. Salny of Morristown, N. .1.
Mr. Salny returned the shaker,
which was auctioned off to the
highest bidder, Mr. Naden of Cam-
den, N. J,, who in turn re-aue-
tioned the article. Mr. Harry
Weiss was then the highest bid-
der, who returned his purchase
which was auctioned again and
Mr. Weiss was again the highest
bidder, and presented the cocktail
shaker to Cantor Boris Schlach-
man.
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Mr. and Mrs. A. Snyder of New
Haven, sister and brother-in-law
of Mrs. Nathan Pritzker of this city,
returned to their home after spend-
ing some time at Miami Beach.
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Mr. Nathan Pritzker is conva-
lescing at his home from severe
injuries sustained by him in an
auto accident recently near Kelsey
City, Fla.
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An active campaign is being
waged in Southeastern Florida by
the Standard Wholesale Grocery
Co., recently appointed distribu-
tor for Goodman's Matzos and
other products. Produced under
the most modern and sanitary con-
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Binswanger & Co.
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ditlons, prominent Rabbis are in
charge to insure strict adherence
to all dietary requirements and
that Matzos and other Passover
products are strictly kosher for
Pesach, So that the public may
enjoy these Matzos, known for
their quality, they will be sold at
unusually low prices. The Stand-
ard Wholesale Grocery Co., Florida
distributors for Goodman's Matzos
and wheat products, is one of the
large wholesale grocery companies
in this area and is headed by Mr.
Philip Appelbaum, founder of the
firm, which was established in
1926. The Matzos and other Good-
man's products will be carried by
the leading stores.
*
Funeral services for Raymond
Simon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Simon, who died last Thurs-
day, were held at the Carter Fu-
neral Dome last Friday afternoon
with Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan officiating. Sever! hundred
friends attended, including delega-
tions from James Carnell Lodge,
F. & A. M., the Scottish Rite, the
Mahi Shrine Temple and the Shrine
Chanters, to which organizations
he belonged. James Carnell Lodge
officials officiated at Masonic
' rites immediately following the
j conclusion of Rabbi Kaplan's serv-
ices. Raymond left surviving him
his mother, Mrs. Lena Simon, past
worthy matron of Kmunah Chap-
ter, O. E. S., and prominent com-
munal worker here; his father,
Bernard, and a brother, Jerome.
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