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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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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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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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^Jewish Flondliai m
and
THE JEWISH UNITY
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
ol. 8No. 13
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 29, 1935
Trice Five CenU
ftility Expert
Discusses Bill
Washington, 1). ('., March 28.
alyzing various phases of the
Ra> urn bill, which he- termed
ras'.ii-." s. K. Inch, president of
|he Electric Bond and Share Com-
by, called ti> the attention of the
tage interstate and foreign com-
j"Bn-' e committee today that no
Han lias been presented as a sub-
Hltuti' for the present locally reg-
at d, privately operated public
Dity system.
Mr. Inch for several years was
sident of the Florida Fewer &
feht Company.
"Certainly nothing bo drastic as
His bill should be enacted into law.
H\lc-s and until those who would
HjBtl'oy what now exists have pre-
H\rcd and submitted a definite and
Hprkablo plan of procedure," Mr.
Hcli said.
Effects of the Rayburn bill
HniM ultimately increase the costs
H electric and gas service to the
Hnsunur and by demoralizing lo-
Hl companies would impair serv-
ice, Mr. Inch also stated.
H"A large number of operating
Hnipanies receiver-hips would in-
Hital.iy follow the passage of this
11 because necessary financing
H)w obtained from holding com-
HVi!e.s would not be forthcoming,"
Hid Mr. Inch. "This would result
H general demoralization and
Hsuld increase costs to electric and
H\s users for the simple reason
Hmt it would increase the coal of
bey necessary for continuance
expansion of the utility busi-
s.
The way back to prosperity is
Hjough the re-establishment of
Harness confidence, which will per-
Hjt private taxpaying capital to
H to work again," he said.
"Then the next five years, in-
Hjad of seeing the demoralization
Hjd destruction of these great in-
Hmrics as private enterprises un- .
Hr this bill would see them again
Hkagcd in constructive expansion.
HThe same five years, instead
Hbringing about the ruin of mil-
^Hb of investors, would bring re- !
^Very to their investments and the
^toration of their income, from
Hnk'h new- taxes would accrue to
government.
!""Our own associated companies
H now spending $25,000,000 a
year for construction." said Mr.
Inch. "In normal years they spend
Hmuiidred million dollars a year.
This is just an indication of what
these industries mean in the drive
for business recovery.
H*During the depression years the
Electric Bond and Share Company
and its associated holding com-
^kies invested $144,1)110,(1011 in
building and unifying two natural
gas systems. This created employ-
ment for thousands, with benefits
to their communities and protected
Investors who would have suffered
ftvere losses unless wc had come
to their aid.
"These developments represent
Teal and outstanding contributions!
^HWial stability and business re-
eevery during the worst years of
the depression, and they could not
have been carried out and put into
successful operation without the
Continued on Page 8)
Mack Chosen
By 34tt Council
Washington, March 2UThe
31th biennial Council of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions concluded its five-day ses-
sions here today with the election
of Jacob W. Mack of Cincinnati as
chairman of the executive board.
The Union, which is composed
of 285 congregations, with a mem-
bership of iil.ooo, comprises the
Kaders of Reform Judaism who
have been attempting to evaluate
the progress of Reform Jewry in
the light of the til years it lias
been in existence as an organized
body.
Well known in Cincinnati as a
manufacturer and a leader in com-
munal activities, (Mr. Mack has
been active in the affairs of the
Union since 1919, when he first be-
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came a member of the executive
board. In 1921 he was elected
treasurer of the Union and in li'23
vice-presidlent. He took over the
presidency last fall upon the death
of Ludwig Vogelstein. Other offi-
cers elected are: First vice-presi-
dent, A. Leo Weil of Fittsburgh;
second vice-president, Maurice D.
Rosenberg of Washington, D. C.J
third vice-president, Marcus Rauh
of Pittsburgh; treasurer, N. Henry
Beckman, Cincinnati; executive
secretary, Rabbi George Zeppin,
Cincinnati.
Three vacancies on the execu-
tive board of the Union were filled
by the election of Judge Irving
Lehman of New York, Arnold M.
Schmidt of Brooklyn and Lee M.
Frieman of Boston.
Two attractions of unusual in-
terest will feature the varied pro-
gram being arranged for the fourth
annual Electrical and Radio Ex-
position to be staged the week of
April 1 in the Cinderella Ballroom
by the Electrical Exposition, In-
corporated.
E, Hall Downes, one of America's
foremost bridge authorities, will
deliver a series of six one-hour lec-
tures on bridge during the period
of the exposition, in which lie will
discuss the rudimentary principles
and finer points of the game in
such a way as to make it possible
for his hearers to grasp the de-
tails of all the present popular sys-
tems of bidding and playing con-
trail bridge.
In addition to the afternoon lec-
tures by Mr. Downes, the exposi-
tion will feature nightly the Bur-
dine Kiddie Kabaret, with Bill
Fecks as master of ceremonies.
Other program features for the
entertainment of the public are be-
ing arranged by the exposition .n
co-operation with broadcasting
stations WQAM and WIOD.
Mr. Downes, who has just com-
pleted a highly successful season
on the air, during which time he
was co-starred with Will Rogers
on the Columbia network, will be
presented to the Miami public
through the courtesy of the Florida
Power and Light company.
The Florida Power and Light
company will present two bridge
lamps daily to lecture attendants
at the exposition, yesterdays an-
nouncement stated.
The bridge lectures, which are to
run from 2:30 to 3:30 each after-
noon, will be preceded by a hill-
billy concert offered by the Sing-
ing Cowboy, one of the stellar pro-
grams broadcast daily by WQAM.
This part of the program will be
broadcast from the stage in Cin-
derella Ballroom, where the Sing-
ing Cowboy makes his personal ap-
pearance. Monday, Wednesday and
Friday nights the Sunshine Sing-
ers, radio stars sponsored by the
Florida Power and Light company,
will make personal appearances at
the exposition, and Saturday night
the ever popular WQAM amateur
night will be broadcast from the
stage.
Tax Returns
Must Be Filed
Attention is called to all resi-
dents of Florida in Dade County
that April 1st is the last day un-
der the law for filing intangible
tax returns with the tax assessor,
J. N. Lummus, Jr.
All owners of stocks, bonds,
notes, mortgages, contracts, judg-
ments, accounts receivable, cash or
money subject to demand, etc., who
are residents of the state of Flor-
ida, must make a return to the as-
sessor of taxes in the county where
they reside or maintain a principal
place of business.
The residence of intangible prop-
erty follows that of its owner.
Florida residents who have secur-
ities or bank accounts held in other
states must report them in Florida
regardless of where they are lo-
cated.
This applies to individuals, cor-
porations, firms, trustees, execu-
tors, administrators, receivers and
all other fiduciaries owning or hav-
ing the control, management or
custody of intangible personal
property.
The federal government makes
available to the state of Florida
certain income tax reports to aid
in the enforcement of the state in-
tangible tax law.
The penalty for failure to comply
with the law is $500 fine, six
months in jail or both (Sec. 21,
Intangible Act of 1931).
Beach to Hold
Gala Musicale
With a number of the most
prominent instrumental and vocal
artists assisting, Canter Hurls
Schlachman will be heard in a pro-
gram of liturgical and folk music
this coming Sunday evening, March
31st, beginning at 8 p. m. at Beth
Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach.
This is an annual event at Miami
Beach and attracts a large num-
ber of Jews and non-Jews who are
interested in Jewish music and
art. Assisting Cantor Schlachman
will be Irving Ginsberg, Junior
I Cantor of Beth David Congrcga-
! tion; Mrs. liarney Kraft, Frof.
I'ortnoff, violin virtuoso; Irving
Fields, Sylvia Shapiro, Mrs. Doris
Adler at the piano. Cantor Schlach-
man has a large following and has
served congregations in the North,
Jewish News
Around the
World
and for several years was cantor
of Beth David Congregation, and
or the past five years has served
Beth Jacob Congregation as can-
tor, which position he now occu-
pies.
Founder's Day
To Be Observed
Sixty years ago, in the basement
vestry rooms of the two reform
congregations of Cincinnati, Dr.
Isaac Mayer Wise held the first
class of the Hebrew Union Col-
lege, the reform rabbinical college
which he had just founded. Dr.
Wise, at that time, was rabbi of
Congregation Bene Jeshurun, now
better known as the Isaac M. Wise
Temple.
In the chapel in one of the five
buildings now housing the college,
its founder and builders will be
commemorated with a special
Founders' Day Service, to be held
on Saturday afternoon, March 30,
at 2:30. Rabbi James G. Heller,
present Rabbi of the Isaac M. Wise
Temple, a graduate of the college
in the class of 1916, and son of a
member of the second graduating
class of the college, will be the
speaker. His subject will be "The
Mission of the Modern Jew."
Dr. Julian Morgenstern, presi-
dent of the Hebrew Union College,
will preside over the ceremonies.
JerusalemOne of the most im-
portant corroborations of the Bible
durin gthe period of the Kingdom
of Judah was made, known here
with the discovery at Tel Addu-
weir, midway between Beersheba
and Gaza, of archives with Hebrew
inscriptions which gives the names
of the most famous Israelites men-
tioned during that period in Scrip-
tures. The .-en. at >nal discovery
was the work of a British archeo-
logical expedition headed by J. L.
Starkey. The find is regarded as
of unique importance because hith-
erto the discovery of written docu-
ments of the Biblical period has
been rare and pottery usually has
been the only available witness of
the Bible stories. Hitherto the ar-
chaeology of the period of the
Kings has revealed only two or
three inscriptions. The British ex-
pedition has been seeking light on
Biblical history for some time at
Tel Adduweir, which was known in
ancient times as Lachish.
The remains of the Kingdom of
Judah period would date back to
between 1)00 and GOO B. C. The
outstanding revelation is the ar-
chives with Hebrew inscriptions,
apparently belonging to the lead-
ing Prince of Judah, which were
engraved on porcelain in the an-
cient Hebrew script in choice Bib-
lical language and of a date prior
to the First Temple era. Part of
these inscriptions appears to be
an exchange of correspondence be-
tween the Viceroy of Lachish and
the King of Jerusalem, since the
names of famous Israelites of that
period who are mentioned in Scrip-
tures also occur in the tablets. The
find is regarded by Palestinian ar-
chaeologists as one of the most
valuable ever made in this country.
Nazis Desecrate Yeshiva College
New York, March 22A police
dragnet is out for those respon-
sible for the desecration of Yeshi-
va College, the doors and windows
of which were found placarded
with vile anti-Semitic posters and
swastikas. Some of the anti-Se-
mitic posters accused the Jews of
being white slavers, dope fiends
and fake lawyers. The posters are
similar to those found last Rosh
Hashonah on the walls of Temple
Emanu-el. It is believed that Nazis
are responsible.
Weinberg Is Crowned National
Pinochle King
New YorkMeet America's first
national pinochle champion, Her-
man Weinberg, a Baltimore jew-
eler, who survived six weeks of
gruelling competition and won over
58,000 players from fifteen cities.
Weinberg's victory earned a check
for $1,000. Five of the other final-
ists were also Jews: Ira Margolis,
Boston; Morris B. Yopack, Milwau-
kee; Samuel W'efincr, Rochester;
Manuel Bierman, New York, and
Meyer Madhoff, Philadelphia.


Page Two
THE JEWISH PLOWMAN
Friday, March 29
The Junior Council of Jewish
Women will hold an open meeting
Tuesday evening, April 2nd, at the
Talmud Torah Hall, beginning at
8:30. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will be
the guest speaker. Important busi-
m Bl will be transacted.
*
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Bloomfield
entertained a party of ten in honor
of their niece, Miss E. Greenberg
of Boston, Mass., who has been
visiting them for the past three
months nnd will leave for her
home this week. Following card
games, delicious refreshments were
served.

Announcement has been made
that Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schechter
of the Ocean View Inn, Miami
Bi ach, and formerly connected
with Murida Hotels of Miami
Beach and Lung Reach and the Bel-
i Hotel of Miami Beach, have
I the beautiful 80-room Lin-
coln Hotel at Broadway and Lin-
coln Road, Long Beach, N. Y.,
which they will open beginning j
Decoration Day, ay 30th next. They j
will operate the Lincoln Hotel for
the summer and return to Ocean
View Inn for tho coming winter.

The girls' division of the Young
Men's Hebrew Association is spon-
soring a theatre party on Tuesday
evening, April !th, at one of the
local theatres. Tickets may be ob- '
tained from any member of the or- I
ganization. In charge of arrange-
ments are the Misses Rose Dubler
and Lucille Hessing.

The West Flagler Kennel Club's
highly successful 1935 greyhound
meeting comes to a close Monday
night with the running of the
sport's richest race, the annual
Derby, which this year carries a
purse of 3,000.
A great field of dogs will accent
the issue in the Derby, a test over
the long three-eighth? of a mile
course, and one and a half laps
Bur (lino's Greatest
E. O. M. SALE
of the Whole Year
Friday and Saturday
Burdines
MIAMI -* MIAMI BEACH
Kotkin Will review "Not High, but
the Wind," by Lawrence. Mrs.
Reifman will give the current
M, John Samet will re-
view the life of a great Jew. A
.. hour will follow.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goldblatt of
New York City, a cousin of Mrs.
Sadye G. Rose, who are stopping
for a brief vacation at the Surf-
Bide li tel, Miami Beach, enter-
with branches in all larger c:i
of Poland, as well as agencies j
France, Argentina and Palestin,
It has about 1,700,000 permanent
clients and total asset- of al>
$155,000,000. In the United Stat
and Canada the "P. K. 0," in son,
of its activities, is co-opei
with the Gdynia-America Line.
With the growth of econoni
and financial ties between Polar.
and America, the visit of Dr. H
tained Mrs. Rose and their aunt^^er assurnes great importance
Mr. and Mrs. L. H.
IRVING GINSBURG
Junior Cantor, Beth David
Preparations are being madefc::
a gala celebration and observant!
of the Passover holidays at Krj.
mer's Strictly Kosher P.cstaurir.
at Miami Beach. Prominent Rabbj
will tfirect the Seder Ritual
observance. The restaurant is be-
ing operated under the supervise
of a mashgiach of the Miami Bcati
Vaad Hakashruth and is the larg-
est restaurant in this ana strict!;
observing Kashrus rul .-';
rates are being made for the en-
tire holiday week.

Ending what was one of fte
most brilliant seasons of horse rat'
ing in Dade County, Tropical Part
is sponsoring Charity Hay at it!
beautiful plant with the runnin{
and un
Frankenstein, at dinner in the Ho-
my Plaza Hotel last week.
*
Goo '' an(i othor
an- being pro-
. I under the supervision of
mtry' Lading Rab-
.,n the most ol
ant may be permitted to
and tasty products.
The Standard Wholesale Gi i
Co., rs in tl,is area
tve been named dis-
I and have
i] cam-
nli of 1 6 prod-
Guesl Artist at Betii Jacob Con- ucl Tea. The Good-
cert Sundaj Evening, Maid. 31 man's | aj bi obtaii
any of the leading grocery or del-
--------- ighout Florida
around West Flagler'.-: fast qua* ;ail.-d at an excel- :~f""th(i $5"000 Derby (,...
ter-mile track. Police Court, Dan tionallj that all may g^g Monday, April l. Some (!
Oswald's five-sixteenth, of a mile i hi products. Lhe fincs( norsea that have coa
peted on local tracks during the
advices. Dr. ^ wint-r an(, Bpring, mccls hav,
I to back the in of Traffic Henryk I head of the 1-olish | becn nominatcd for the spectra
Court with confidence. is coming to ,ar finigh of a brilliant raci5?se,
However, Derbies usually tth Unil I! tt month. gon I)adc county charitk
open races and I his high banking '^ tnc solc beneficiaries, receivinj
I be no exception. Red Wh ; n, Dr. 11. Gruber is :ils0 all admissions and all mutuel pet-
My Laddie offspring that rul. nt of the "Institute of For- C(.ntapcSi tn0 track receiving not:
the West FlagU-r pack eign R which gives an ing at a]| from th(. ,]ay's mee:
fully through more than three- added importance to his trip. Tropical Park officials inaugura:
fourths of the meeting, will have Dr. Gruber will study the eco- e(( the Jay ]ast yoar M B f;rr.
anj friends in the crowd, as will nomic and financial conditions here ci08e to a splendid season andqnl
Irishman and Miss Traffic Court, and leliver lecture-- about the ft jc sunl for tne re]ief 0f &
all of whom are capable of going econoi on in Poland. ]oca] n,,J(ly was rai8ed. It is ei-
the long Derby route. The "P. K. O." or Polish Postal 't0(, thnj much morc willberei
A gala card is being arranged most impor- iz(.(, tnis yeWj with leading d
for the closing night with a top- tant financial h t Poland, Beng am, weifare workers of tte
notch hurdle race providing the which in ten year- has grown to aroa in charge 0f distributing tt
ile of the 1935 sea on. mization funds raised.
record holder, is the Derby
and his many friend
Jacob Schiff, owner of Schiff's
Delicatessen and Kosher Mar;
Miami and Miami Beach, is the lo-
cal distributor for Horowitz-Mar-
gareten Matzos and all Pas
products. This firm has an en-
viable reputation for the <
lency of its products and, in
tion to it- matzos, matzo meal,
produces for the Passover mark-t
teas, coffees and other staple lines
of foods. Under the direction of
Mr. Schiff the consumption of Hor-
owitz-Margarcton Matzos and food
products has increased con
' ably during the past several year.-.
i The products may be obtained at
all leading grocers and markets.

A special meeting of the Ladies'
Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation will be held
at the home of its president, Mrs.
J. L. Shochet, Tuesday, April 2nd,
at 2:30 p. m. Final accounting
for the recent Purim dance will
be made and plans for the com-
ing activities of the congregation
will he announced. The personnel
of the nominating committee
(cntly appointed to recommend of-
ficers for the coming yoar will be
announced at this meeting. The
Children's Passover Seder will be
held on Sunday evening, April 1 I,
and will be sponsored by the Fa-
dies' Auxiliary.
*
A regular meeting of the Books-
in-Brief Club will be held Monday
evening, April 1st, at the home
of Mrs. Harry Oliphant. Mrs. M.
Saks Fifth Avenue
SALE
SPECIALLY SELECTED
SHOES
for evening and snorts wear
from our regular stock
$9.85
ck
LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI KKACH


Friday, March 20, 1935
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Page Three
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FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
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unilar tha Act of March I. 1879.
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ST. PBTBR8BUBG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN
Representative
of Esther were seen during the
evening. I). Moscovitz was in
charge of the contest. In charge
of refreshments were Miss Ethe
Joel, Mrs. J. Sloat and Mrs. Ida
Feldman. Mrs J. Hackel, M. Rose
and B. Baker were in charge of
tickets; I. M. Liberman, S. I). Kra-
mer, (). Magczis and B. Setzer on
the confectionery committee. Edith
Berman, Katie Sachs, Miriam
Esses and Edith Weiss were the
flower committee. M. Mirkis was
general chairman, assisted by 1).
Moscovitz, M. Rubin. 11. Selber ami
Rabbi M. I). Margolis.
ORLANDO
IRENK BRAYKRMAN
I Representative
TAMPA
MRS. M. II. KISI.KB
Representative
WEST FLORIDA BUSINESS AGENT
S. G. AROSON
4208 Central Are., Tampa, Fla.
Ms M.n.h.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1935
Vol. 8No. 13
Lack of Vision
Why it is that so many of our Jewish leaders act on the
impulse of the moment and do things which afterward react
unfavorably on (he institutions they represent is beyond ex-
planation.
I Recently there was held a banquet honoring Rabbi Isser-
man. who came here for the United Jewish Appeal. Why it
was necessary to do this at a treifah dinner so that our local
Rabbis could not attend, and the reason for this flagrant vio-
lation of good taste has until now been without answer. This,
in face of the oft adopted resolution of the Zionist organiza-
tion to the contrary.
Another of these unfortunate occurrences happened last
Friday night. Some of the officers of the Young Men's He-
brew Association, well intentioned we will admit. h,ad written
to the national officials of the Jewish Welfare Hoard asking
for a worker to lead them. A gentleman supposedly con-
nected with the Pittsburgh Y. M. H. A., a Mr. 1'asmanek, ar-
rived here last week. He could find no better time to arrange
for a meeting than to violate the rules of the organization
and hold it on last Friday night. Admitting that only five
men attended, the most charitable thing that may be said is
that it certainly did not add to the prestige of the local or-
ganization. The majority of the officials refused to attend
and they are to be commended. Let it be understood that if
the Voting Men's Hebrew Association is to receive the sup-
port of local Jewry it will not be because of the fact that it is
winning basketball games alone. The Y. M. H. A. must be a
character building institution certainly it is no character
builder if at the very beginning it violates the laws of its
own faith. Friday night could have been devoted much more
profitably if these same gentlemen hlad attended services at
any one of our four religious institutions. As to the gentle-
man from the North, the least said the better. Let this suf-
fice as a lesson for the future. There is room for a Y. M. H.
A. built on a stable and solid foundation of regard for one's
faith and beliefs.
Jacksonville News
The Jewish Cultural League en-
tertained Thursday night at a spe-
cial membership gathering when
a humorous comedy, "Purim High
Jinx," was read. Dancing and
card games followed. In charge
of arrangements were Abe Dia-
mond, Mollie Mizrachi, Bertha
Mehlman, Herbert Pankin, Sidney
Kail and Edith Weiss.
breakfast was served at the
I George Washington Hotel. The
couple left for a honeymoon tour
through the state. They will make
! their home in New York City.
Dr. Israel L. Kaplan officiated
at the wedding ceremony uniting
Mils Lavinia Dorothy Greenblatt,
daughter df Mr. and Mrs. Morris
J. Greenblatt. to Marks John Wald-
baum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
D. Waldbaum of New York, last
Wednesday at the bride's home.
Following the ceremony a wedding
Mrs. M. D. Margolis was in
charge of the Purim Carnival at
the Centre last week in celebration
of Purim. Joe Roman and the
Mayflower Orchestra supplied the
music for the coronation proces-
sion. Queen Esther was crowned
out of a class of contestants rep-
resenting all clubs and activities
in the center. Full details will
appear in our next issue.
The thirty-second annua Purim
Ball and Masquerade of the Jack-
sonville Jewish Centre was held
Tuesday evening and was attend-
ed by an unusually large audience.
Masques and caricatures of the
principal characters of the Book
Last Friday night a joint service
was held at the Jacksonville Com-
munity Center by the Centre and
the Reform Jewish Congregation.
Rabbi Margolis delivered the ser-
mon. Rabbi Kaplan conducted part
of the service. Dr. Herman Nurn-
berg spoKe. The Centre choir ren-
dered a number of selections dur-
ing the evening.
Large crowds enjoyed the car-
nival gayety of the annual Purim
ball and dame for the benefit of
the Temple Home at the Mayflow-
er lintel last week.
Winners for costumes worn at
the masquerade dance: Best com-
bination, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Meyerson; women's class. Miss V-
ron Oberdorfer. Miss Selma Davis
and Miss Carroll Davis; men's
class, Willie Rosenberg and Leo
Mack.
The entertainment was under the
direction of Halle Cohen, and Her-
bert Weiss was the master of cere-
monies.
On the general committee with
Mr. Cohen were Joe Morgenstern,
Joe Richards and Joe .lacobson.
Workers on other |committces
were Mrs. Leonard Grunthal, Har-
old Meyerheim, Barney Witten, Es-
ther Nathan, Rabbi Israel L. Kap-
lan, L. M. Mack. Eddie Felson,
Montague Rosenberg, Harry Sacks,
Joe Roman, Mrs. Robert L. Seit-
ner, Mrs. Bertha I.ippman and P.
W. Zacharias.
Judges of the events were I!. S.
Levy, Mrs. R. I.. Seitner, I". W.
Zacharias and L. M. Lippman.
A ceremony of significance to
Congregation Beth HI was held at
Main St. and Bradley place, Palm
Beach, on Tuesday evening. March
19th, when the presentation of a
Sefer Torah was made by Dr. Ber-
tha Scher of New York City in
memory of her late brother, Jo-
seph Scher, of Palm Beach. The
dedication was opened with a pro-
COSsion of officers carrying the
old scrolls and were met by the
incoming new scroll carried by
Samuel Scher, brother of the do-
nor. The procession was Kd by
Cantor Louis Dayman of Miami
singing and chanting a liturgic
song for this occasion, accompa-
pied by the orchestra. The Sefer
Torah Wai accepted by Rabbi I.
W. Muskat in behalf of the Tem-
ple, who delivered a short address
to the congregation, which was
followed by several numbers ren-
dered by Cantor llayman. During
the evening the members of the
congregation were honored with
the opportunity of filling in the
concluding letters in the new scroll,
which was done by Cantor /. B8-
man of the Congregation. [Re-
freshments were served by Beth
El Sisterhood and a good time was
had by all.
St. Petersburg
Friday night services of Cong-
B'nai Israel begin at 8 o'clock with
the Rabbi preaching on "The Mo-
saic Dietary Laws and Their Hy-
gienic Character."
and prizes were won by Mrs. Har-
ry Cohen, Mrs. J. Wohl, Miss Dor-
othy Shucoff of Atlanta, Ga., and
Miss Ruth Finman. The hostess
presented the guest of ho..... with
a gift. A salad course was served
later in the afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Simovitz enter-
tained with a dinner Sunday eve-
ning at their home in honor of
their daughter. Misa Tillye Simo-
vitz. when they announced the en-
gagement of Miss Simovitz to Mr.
Larry Waltzer, formerly of New
York City. The marriage will take
place June Dl h.
Miss I.ueile Rosenberg enter-
tained Thursday evening at her
residence at a bridge party and
lingerie shower to compliment
Miss Barbara Seckbach, whoso
marriage to Mi'. Donald Fine of
Toledo, Ohio, will be an event of
next month. Sharing honors with
Miss Seckbach was Miss Kuth Fine
of Boston, Mass., also a bride-
elect. Miss Rosenberg was assist-
ed in serving by her mother, Mrs.
M. G. Rosenberg.
The Daughters of Israel held a
successful bridge luncheon last
week, which was attended by more
than one hundred guests. Prizes
awarded for scores were Mrs. T.
M. Schneider, Mrs. I. Kramer and
Mrs. M. Margol.
This affair was pronounced one
of the most beautiful ever given
by the organisation. Mrs. E.
Shorstein was chairman, assisted
by Mrs. T. M. Schneider, Mrs. M.
Eskin, Mrs. N. H. Shorstein. Mrs.
M. Hammerman, Mrs. A. Zoslow,
Mrs. Ida Feldman, Mrs. R. Miller.
Mrs. H. Silverstein, Mrs. J. Wein-
stein, Mrs. A. S. Coffin and Miss
Ethel Joel.
The marriage of Miss Mildred
Green and Mr. Alexander Bokar
of Tampa will take place Sunday,
March 31, at the Woman's Club,
Snell Island. Two brothers of the
bride, Sam and Harry Green,
prominent lawyers of Jamaica,
Long Island, will attend; also an
aunt, Jennie Rubenfeld of Brook-
lyn, and Irene Walter of \ew York.
Rabbi Kleinfeld will officiate.
The Temple Guild Sisterhood of
Schaarai Zedek Temple were host-
esses to a joint meeting of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of Rodoph Sho-
lom Temple, Tampa section, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
and the Junior Council last Wed-
nesday evening at Temple Schaarai
Zedek.
On the program for the Ladies'
Auxiliary of Rodoph Sholoni Tem-
ple was little 5-year-old Leonard
Gottler, who gave twe recitations;
the Council presented the Junior
Council in a play with Grace Dyan
and Florence Abramovitz, and the
Temple Guild Sisterhood of Schaa-
rai Zedek presented Mrs. David
Safer, who sang two songs. She
was accompanied at the piano by
Mrs. Leopold, who has recently
composed a song about "Florida,"
and is fast becoming very popu-
lar. Mrs. Leopold is the daugh-
ter of Dr. ami Mrs. L. S. Oppen-
heinu-r.
The Herzliah Judean Club held a
Purim party at the home of Mrs.
M. D. Marglios during which games
were enjoyed and refreshments
were served. This was the first
in a series of parties that will be
sponsored by the organization com-
posed of young girls between the
ages of ten and twelve.
Mrs. Philip I. Lovitz and Miss
Rose Leibovitz entertained at
bridge luncheon honoring Miss
Betty leibovitz, bride-elect. Prizes
for high scores were won by Mrs.
N. Chepenik, Mrs. B. Berg, Mrs. L.
Rosenson, Mrs. H. Weinstine, Mrs.
M. Kroman, Mrs. S. Lovitz, Miss
Gert Lieberman. The honor guest
was presented with a hand made
Dasche blush satin bridal set.
The Purim Play and Purim Ball
of Cong. B'nal Israel was well at-
tended and was both a social and
financial BUCC6SB. The cast of the
operatta, "Queen Esther": Queen,
Toby Rothblatt; Queen Vashti, Ha-
zel Loebel; king, Bernard Fuchs;
Carbonai, Buddy Sweet Morde-
cai, Ely Grossman; jester, Jerome
Silverman; herald, William Ab-
rams; scribe, Joel Grossman, and
lady of the court, Marie Davis;
Zeresh, Hazel Abrams. Personnel
'Persians, Medes and chorus:
Philip Benjamin, Donald Rose, Ar-
thur Post, Abram Katz, Israel Ab-
rams, Irene Jacobs, Sylvia Falk,
Lillian Blumberg, Phylis Wein-
stein, Irwin Mandel, Audry Roth-
blatt, Bernice Rothblatt. Special
numbers: Court dancer and solo-
ist, Corine Silverman; Jewish folk
songs, Madam Vera Helfenstein;
character songs, Philip Benjamin;
Miss Jeanett Sierkeese, stage man-
ager. The audience was furnished
a beautiful souvenir program ar-
ranged by Mr. Morriss Heremer,
and wholesome refreshments were
served by the Ladies' Auxiliary and
Aid Society.
Tampa Notes
Mrs. Milton Lew of St. Peters-
burg, the former Miss Lena Stein
of Tampa, entertained at the
Cricket tearoom recently with a
bridge party in honor of Mrs. Max
Juster, who was Mi^s Sara Wohl.
There were eight tables of bridge
Mrs. Mni' Ilershman and Miss
Esta Ilershman of Hawkinsville,
Ga., have returned to their homes
after a visit here with Miss Hcish-
man's sister. Mrs. Simon Segal.
Mis. J. N. Winston and daugh-
ter, Miss Einilie Winston, who
have been here for several weeks
visiting Mrs. Winston's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Maas of S. Bou-
levard, have left for their home
in New York City.
Edna Ferber Enthusiastic About
Palestine; Found Tel Aviv
Hideous, Jerusalem Fascinating
New YorkJerusalem is ex-
tremely fascinating because of the
paradox between the modern busi-
ness development and the biblical
setting, but Tel Aviv is hideous,
"perhaps because it is just in the
making," Edna Ferber, famous
American Jewish novelist, declared
on her return from a world cruise
during which she visited Pales-
tine for the first time. She said
that the King David Hotel in Je-
rusalem was the finest she had
ever been in. Miss Ferber was
enthusiastic about the chalutzim,
whom she called earnest and sin-
cere. The women pioneers im-
pressed her as "amazons." She
also said that the presence of so
many world-famous German-Jew-
ish doctors and scientists indicated
that something of the utmost im-
portance was being done in Pales-
tine. Miss Ferber said, too, that
she was not sure whether she would
write anything about Palestine, but
she indicated her intention to re-
turn for a more lengthy visit.


Pace Four
THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
Reconstruction
Of Religion
(Excerpt of sermon delivered
March 22nd at Temple Israel)
Bj int. JACOB H. KAPLAN
Passover Milk
To Be Provided
E. C. Fogg, Jr., is secretary.
treasurer and general manag
the Miami Home Milk Producers
Association, the only dairy that
The main obstruction to eco-
nomic reconstruction is that there
is no clear vision on the meaning
of lift. The social economic life
of the world cannot be explained
merely in economic terms. There
are more principles underlying the
whole of life.
The great contribution of the
Hebrews to an understanding of
life is their discovery of a moral
law in the universe: "Ye shall be
holy becouse I the Lord your God
am holy." That is to say, this is
a moral universe and individuals
and nations cannot remain here
unless they fret in line with that
moral principle of the universe.
The average man may have lost
his religion, but I have not lost
my religion. If there were no de-
pression; if half the world were
not Buffering; if wars were not
imminent, then I would lose my
religion because I would feel that
men can violate the law of moral
lifi with impunity. As it is I can
11 God that injustice will al-
ways be punished, will always car-
ry with it Buffering and destruc-
tion.
11 e first principli I erel ire, of
the reconstruction of every reli-
:i : hoi u undei standing
that there is a moral God, a Prov-
oly, or a moral law
in the uni\ erse. We must
get in line with that moral God or
accordingly.
Th< principle of recon-
struction is the corollary, "All men
are children of God." This mean
that the Chinaman, the colored
rai es and I he w I a< form
one humanity. All are children
of God, and until we behave to-
wards each other in a brotherly
way there will be no peace and
no happiness on earth. Navies and
armies, flying machines and poi-
son gases are all poor substitutes
for the moral law. Socialism, De-
mocracy, Fascism are all beside
i mark. Every government must
embody social and economic laws
of absolute justice to every human
being or the arrangement will
never work.
That is my religion: that must
be the religion of every man and
woman. By that religion we can
live in peace and die in salvation.
sufficient income to be independ-
ent of compensation received, re-
ligious affiliation, good character
of the members of the family, and
other qualifications necessary for
the fulfillment of normal family
life. Only 26 per cent of the fam-
ilies applying for children are ap-
proved and a study of child and
family made to insure temperamen-
tal fitness for the child placed.
Constant supervision by trained
social workers follows until the
child is dismissed from the care
of this agency.
Thus family life is provided for
all the children who seek protec-
tion, two-thirds With their own
mothers, for which no satisfactory
substitute for adequate child care
has yet been found.
Those who are denied this su-
preme care are given the next best
type of child care, with their own
relatives whenever possible.
This is the only Jewish agency
to which children of this state may
appeal in time of need and is sup-
ported by contributions from the
Jewish people of the states from ^ (. |, )(l(; jp
which children are received. ----
has announced mat it will proi \<
The committee in charge consists strictly kosher Pass
of Miss Xatalie Woinstcin, chair- its customers and tl
man: Miss Ruth Sontag, Rosalyn lie of this area. T
Betty Klein, -Mrs. Bessie Wernikoff i- a co-operative ii
and Mrs. Mae Levine. posed of dairymen of Dad
Broward counties and is the en
cern that has prov.ded for the
wants of the Jewish people for the
ieVeral years. In a statement
ek Mr. Fogg said:
our object to provide kosher
milk for observant Jews in Dade
rard counties in return for
the splen lid response and patron-
aat they have given us in the
past. We have set as.de one of
dairies of our associn-
and will have a mashgiach at
,i,y during the entire PaSS-
over week. A mashgiach will be
in charge when ?our cream and
. ied. So that Jewry
Friday, March 29,
throughout Dade County mayul
that we are interested in their,*
fare, we have engaged Rabbi5;
M. Machtei, Julius Washer and!
vid I. Rosenbloom, represent
congregations of this area, to',
pervise all religious details, vj
bottles and utensils are beine i
vided and Jewry may rest km
that our products, when delta
to their homes, will be "stn>
kosher for Passover" beyond
question, for even the most
servant. There will be no inct
in any of the products of the m
pany, despite the added expa
we have gone to."
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f.18 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
Phone 5-8751
169 N. W. 5th St., Miami
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A Complete Line of Everything You Need in Passover Foods
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Egg Noodles, Egg Barley, Potato
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The Junior Council of Jewish
Women of Miami is now engaged
in a drive to raise funds for the
Orphan Children's Home of Atlan-
ta. This homo takes care of many
needy Miami cases.
The home has served the South-
eastern states of Florida, Georgia.
North Carolina, South Carolina
and Virginia for over forty-five
years, caring for dependent desti-
tute and neglected Jewish children,
and has always maintained the
highest standards, progressing with
and often ahead of the development
of new methods of child care. It
was the first orphanage to depart
from institutional care when in
1911 the subsidy of children in
their own fatherless homes was
inaugurated. This plan was de-
veloped during the 24 years of its
existence, so that at present wid-
ows as well as their children are
supported in accordance with the
best modern case work principle*
of family welfare.
Fur the past five years those
children who, for various tragic
reasons could not be so maintained,
have been boarded in thoroughly
investigated Jewish foster homes.
These homes must be able to show
FOR AN ENJOYABLE PASSOVER
Make Your Reservations With
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Ocean Drive and 2nd St.
MIAMI REACH
For the Sedorim. April 17th and April 18th
Or for the Entire Passover Week
Under the Supervision of
The Miami Beach Vaad Hakashruth
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Formerly of the Floridian Hotel. Is Our
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March 2(1, 1935
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Pare Fir*
Announcements
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
. 1545 8. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
Sisterhoods Name
Mrs. Nathan Head
Regular Friday evening services
begin at ai.'SO. There will be no
late services. Saturday morning
Ittvices begin at '.> o'clock, when
the Rabbi will preach in Yiddish
on the jiortion of the week. Mincha
MTViccs begin at 5: HI I, followed by
the Shalosh Saudah and Maariv
service-. Sunday school is held
every Sunday beginning at 10 a.
m. at the Y. M, II. A. clubroonis.
During the past week at Wash-
ington, 1). C, the National Federa-
tion of Temple Sisterhoods, which
has been meeting simultaneously
with the Council and the National
Federation of Temple Brother-
hoods, elected Mrs. Nathan of Buf-
falo unanimously to the presi-
dency.
The National Federation, a
branch of the Union, includes 360
Jewish women's sisterhoods, with
a membership of 55,000. Mrs. Na-
than has been associated with the
organization since 1921, when she
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
1137 N. E. Nineteenth St.
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi
The regular Friday evening serv-
ices ai -: 1 "' Tin' I ipen Forum, be
goJBlast week after services, was
SO su ccssl'uU.v interesting thai it
will 1
dajlevening services. An impor-
tant angle of ant i-Seniitism will
be piv.-cntcd in the lecture this
week '-ussed afterwards in
the Open I'l'ium. The subject of
Dr^acob ||. Kaplan's lecture will
be "Ni't Anti-Semitism, but Juda-
ism! is the Jewish Problen\." The
public is cordially welcome. On
Saturday morning at 11 o'clock Dr.
Kaplan- sermonette will deal with
"When i i"d Appear- mi Earth."
WtTH DAVID CONGRBOATIOM
L (Conservative)
139 S. W. Third Ave.
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabat
Late -< ice- 1" gin at K:15 p. m.,
when the Kahhi will preach on "Is
Judaism a Religious Identification,
a Racial Designation or a National
Consciousness'.'" Cantor Nathan
Wrool ', a-sisted by Beth Jacob
choir, will chant the services and
lead the congregational singing.
Saturday morning services begin
at 8:80. The Junior Congregation
meets at 10:30 a. in. Sunday morn-
ing at 8 the Bar Mit/.va Club meets
for service-, followed by breakfast.
Mas, ii 1-..N ic\ NATHAN
became a member of the executive
board. She became chairman of
the national legislative committee
on religious Bchools in 1925 and in
1927 was fourth vice-president. In
1929 she was elected to the first
x ice-presidency, taking up the reins
of leadership at the death of Mrs.
will recite the Haftoro and speak
briefly. Rabbi Rosenbloom 'will
speak to the Bar Mit/.va and Mr.
Harry I. I.ipton. president of the
synagogue, will present the cer-
tificate to the Bar MitZVa. Follow-
ing services the parents will be
hosts at a Kiddush. Mincha serv-
ice-, Chevra Thilim, Shalosh Sau-
dah and Maariv begin at 4:30 p. in.
Maurice Steinfeld last September.
Mrs, Nathan is well known in
' Buffalo for her civic and welfare
; activities. She is past president
of the Women's Temple Society of
Buffalo; past president and pres-
i cnt vice-president of the Buffalo
| Jewish Fresh Air Camp, and a
, member of the board of governors
of the Buffalo division of the Jew-
| ish Social Service federation.
Other officers elected) are: First
I vice-president, Mrs. Adolph Rosen-
berg, Cincinnati; second vice-pres-
ident, Mrs. Albert J. May, New
York; third vice-president, Mrs.
David Lefkowitz, Dallas; fourth
vice-president, Mrs. Julius Hennig,
Columbia, S. C; recording secre-
tary, Mrs. Joseph Stolz, Chicago;
treasurer, Mrs. Jonas Frenkel, Cin-
cinnati; executive secretary, Miss
Jane Evans, Cincinnati.
Members of the executive board
are: Mrs. Harry Freund, St. Louis;
Mrs. Charles Greenclay, Denver;
Mrs. Adolph Hanauer, New Bruns-
wick, N. J.; Mrs. Henry Meyers,
Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. Joseph G. Na-
thanson, Providence, R. I.; Mrs.
Jonas SeHg, Monroe, La.; Mrs.
Morris Barnett, New Orleans; Mrs.
Samuel Brody, Chicago; Mrs. Sam
II. Cohen, Cleveland; Mrs. Milton
II. Pies, Birmingham; Mrs. David
Goldfarb, New York; Mrs. A. M.
Goldstein, Seattle; Mrs. Ernst Hor-
witz, Atlanta; Mrs. Aaron Lambie,
Pittsburgh; Mrs I. Valentine Levi,
Philadelphia! Mrs. W. W. Oborn-
dorfer, Norfolk; Mrs. Jonas Ober-
dorfer, Syracuse; Mrs. Samuel T.
Roce, Hamilton, Ohio; Mrs. A. L.
Sachar, Champaign, III.; Mrs. Sol
Schoenmann, Houston, Tex.; Mrs.
Jonas Sternberger, Brownsville,
Tenn.
Choice of the next convention
for the Union two years hence will
lie between New Orleans, Detroit
and New York, with a decision to
be made by the Union execuive
board within the next six months.
Florida Wine
Strictly Kosher
Bottled mechanically under the
personal supervision of Rabbi Wolf
Wittenstein of Orlando, Fla., and
Paterson, N. J., Chevron D'Or, a
pure wine, is being produced for
the Jewish Passover trade at the
Orlando winery of the Baker Prod-
ucts Co. Each bottle bears the
certificate of Rabbi Wittenstein,
who is a member of the Agudas
Harabonim of America and Can-
ada, certifying that the wine may
be Used by the most observing Jews
for the Passover holidays. It is
a clear, pleasantly stimulating
wine, is non-fattening and because
of its citric acid content has a
healthful alkaline reaction that
relieves one of any fear of acid
stomach and may, therefore, be
used by many who cannot, because
of their physical condition, use
other wines. Since its introduc-
tion in the market it has become
popular with the general public. It
may be obtained at most of the
leading stores in the area. Those
who want the kosher wines are
urged to look for the "hechshar"
of Rabbi Wittenstein.
nos -fro?
FOR QUALITY FISH
Buy at
REID'S
MAX TOBIAS. MGR.
1715 S. W. 8th St.
PompanoPan Fish
SnapperYellow Tail
FlounderTrout
K ingfish
Fillet of All Kinds
A Trial Will Convince You
PASSOVER SEDARIM
WEDNESDAY EVENING. APRIL 17th
THURSDAY EYENING, APRIL 18th
Will Be Conducted at
KRAEMER'S STRICTLY KOSHER
RESTAURANT
361 Collins Ave.. Miami Heath
(1th at Collins)
(Approved by the Miami Beach V'aad Hkashruth)
Make Your Reservations Now and Enjoy the Passover
Festival in Keeping With the Ancient Ritual
SPECIAL PRICES FOR THE ENTIRE PASSOVER WEEK
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
111 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
DAVID I. KOSENBLOOM, Rabbi
Late si rvices tonight begin at
8:15, when the Rabbi will speak
on "Strange Fires." Cantor Boris
Schlachinan will chant the serv-
ices and lead the congregational
singing. Saturday morning serv-
ices begin at K:.'iO. Sidney Lionel
Besveniek, son of Mr. and Mrs. S.
Besvenick, will be Bar Mit/.va. He
[ At All Good Stores
Ask for NEW YORK BREAD
As Usual (he
Rosedale
Delicatessen
|Q 70 N. W. Fifth St.
WILL SUPPLY YOUR EVERY
PASSOVER WANT!
A complete line of Manische-
witz, (ioodman. London. Iloro-
witZ-Margareten and Streit
Matzos.
MatZO Meal. Noodles, Coffees.
Teas, Sugar. Prunes and Nu(s
of all Kinds.
Spices. Vinegar and Nya Fat
EVERYTHING IN THE
FOOD LINE
..-......-
We take pleasure and pride in announcing that
-Kosher .Passover Dairy -Products
will be produced by us in full compliance with the Jewish laws, under (he supervision of
RABBI S. M. MACHTEI, Radio Synagog
RABBI DAVID I. R0SENBL00M
Cong. Beth Jacob, Miami Beach
and RABBI JULIUS WASHER
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Miami
and in the presence of a MASIIGIACH, appointed by the rabbis
IF YOU ARE NOW A CUSTOMER OF THE MIAMI HOME MILK PRODUCERS
ASS N INSTRUCT YOUR ROUTE MAN ABOUT YOUR REQUIREMENTS FOR THE
ASSOVER PERIOD.
IF YOUR DAIRYMAN. NOW SERVING YOU, WILL NOT BE PREPARED TO
SERVE KOSHER PASSOVER PRODUCTS, WE SHALL BE HAPPY TO SERVE YOU.
PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW.
Call, Write or Phone
Miami Home Milk Producers
Association
768 N. W. 18th Terrace
Phone 2-7696


Pmje Six
THE JEWISH FL0B1DIAN
Friday, March 29
JKaMo ftynuf&g bulletin
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Founder -nd Director. Radio SynftffoK of Am-rica
SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI. FLORIDA
Vol. V. SI NDAY, MARCH 21. 1939
No. 15
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Youth Experiments
Scripture Reading, Leviticus, Chapter X. Verses l-">. Inclusive
Nadab and Abihu, the sons <>f Aaron, died in order that the youth
follow them, the children of subsequent generations, might
,re respect Tor established laws. These two, dissatisfied with the
teachings of their elders, experimented with "strange fire, and Buf-
fered the consequences. That seems cruel, unless we understand the
tuation.
Youth is the period of doubt, the ap;e of venturing into strange
. the nspired years of seeking for improvement. In the fields
of mechai i ei jineering, science and in other materialistic branches
of study, there is room for improvement. But. all these improvements
are nol really inventions by human beings, not their creationsbut,
rather, their "discoveries of the application of certain established laws
which, until that time, had been unknown to them. There are. however,
tain Cosmic Laws, certain Universal Truths, which may not be
forces which are incomprehensible to man. louth.
which is a period of immaturity, either fails or refuses to recognise
this as a truth. It was in this type of experiment that Nadab and
Abihu w iged. .
W:, toys with the laws of life, violating them, failing to ex-
ercise thi i roper care and precautions, one invites disaster. When one
.; physical experiments, one often escapes punishment,
in innocent byi suffers. 1 can still renumber the bursted
ts in the chemistry laboratory, when the pass cut those
gtai the experimenterbut did him no harm. I recall
the i len a piece of sodium flew off the surface of a tray, too
.. th water, and burnt the cheek of b ng si ident, while
the cai ''' unscathed. These things, I say,
n, and do happen, in the field of physical and chemii a
. The perpetrator escapes while others suffer. But. rel
|y visits the one guilty of experimenting with Lifes Laws.
Nadab and Abihu were drunk with their own ambitions. I:. :
could not wail for full instructions from Moses and Aaron. They pro-
i "on their own" that thay might be prepared to Kad the
in anti ipation of the deaths of M Bes and Aaron. They did not know
any a coll has died and his hide has I as a cover for
his mother's back." Age does not always precede youth to the
The precepts, laws, conventions, admonitions, cautions and i
mandments contained in re'.: si u tion have but one main ob-
jective to teach man how to live, that he may receive and i ta n
the greatest amount of good) out of life. Thai .- nol selfish, for it :s
premised, in a great degree, on the service one s. Youth, in its
immaturity, looking only forward, forgetful of the past and its les-
sons, frowning upon the restrictions placed upon it by the wisdom
of its eldiis. not conscious of it- own limitations, rushes in "where
angels i"< ar to tread."
I hold no brief for age. I make no plea that age be respected lor
age's sake alone. I do, however, take cognizance of the fact that, in
the Hebrew, at least, age is synonymous with luisition of wis-
dom and understan ling. The advice of one who has travelled the road
upon wheh I plan to set out is valuable to me. That one knows the
bad spots, the detours and the smooth sections of the road. To ignore
tiggestions, to pav no heed to the road map he has prepared, is
the height of folly. And. in the final analysis, that's all that religious
instruction really is a road map of Life, la the good roads,
mark,,- detours, ;es, crossings and dirt roads.
In many of us are wandering, without guidance,
gropii thi dark, in search of tl ss which would
- had we studii I a ma] n we ventured forth But.
n, w< ur own trails, to be our own path:.:
It is oi strengtl i mt in vain attempts I
t|lr | .v much of agony we might
nav i credence in the prepared
Bui 5 uthful. Ex]
aid that
s to do 1 wn i When the
- youth. ...
How many of us, honest with ours< elves, .:
no one else, th'at w t having not taken the advice :' i ar parents
and elder-. That regret i born not of leasures, bul f pa ns. We
recall how >" the admonil nines given
u We believed that the 'her< n
would not to us. Oh.no. W wise. But. were we.
Religion originally gave us true din ;ng. These truths
still exist in n rm. But. unfortui eautiful gi
of ri ".' oi en choked up with 1 Is of th<
ogy, misconceptions, capped with childish dreams that have neither
rhyme noi ason. Man'.- egotism is :- '
for this wild growth. With it all. with all its non-
made, man
that one m....
youth is without foundation. Its experimenting is no more than a
useless exposing of one's self to unnecessary hazards on an otherwise
safe journey. ,, ,
Far too manv sacrifice themselves in needless and useless experi-
menting with Life. It is a waste of time and energy to search for
that which is nlreadv known. It is greater folly to openly and know-
ingly violate the established Cosmic Laws. It cannot be done with
impunity. Religious teachings, obedience to religious laws, offer the
safest course to be followed if one desire peace, contentment and hap-
piness. Very often it is not Life that causes you concern. Your moods
may be the result of your own actions or thoughts. Richard Wight-
man has said, "Your greatest problem is yourself. You are also your
greatest treasure. If you can get yourself determined uponfind out
what vou are and what vou are forand if you can discover and de-
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will preach 0V( f WIOD Bl
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Perhaps you arc not yet wise; perhaps you are still incapable of self-
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the times and the sayings of the alleged sages; perhaps you are dis-
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March 29, 1935
SOCIETY
Sidney Lionel Besvinick, son of
Mr. and -Mrs. S. Besvinick of
Miami Beach and long time resi-
dents of this area, will he Bar
Mitxva at Beth .lacoh Synagogue
Saturday morning, March .'iOth. He
will recite the Huftoro and speak
briefly. Following the services
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Seven
Scene at Camp Wohelo
('amp Wohelo, which will reopen
soon for its sixth consecutive sea-
son, is operated by Mrs. Bertha
Berkowich Levy of Miami and
Baltimore. It has established a
reputation for health, educal on
and recreation. These are the fac-
tors that make for happiness in
life. ('am}. Wohelo, by its very
nature, is dedicated to that end.
It aims to develop a perfectly
healthy body. The invigorating air
of its high altitude, its splendorous
hills, its picturesque meadows, its
excellent food, its healthful water
and its program of carefully bal-
anced work, rest and play all aid
in attaining perfect health.
The intellectual and spiritual ap-
peal of this .amp is far-reaching
and hardly measurable by any sot
standard. A truly beauteous
Pennsylvania camp opportunes
your daughter to health, recrea-
tion and education in a real sense.
Camp Wohelo invites your alien
lion and consideration.
Lost Lady," with Barbara at the Second Avenue Theatre Sun-
day.
The picture is filled with thrills
and excitement in addition to its
tense dramatic moments, In which
Miss Stanwyck portrays the emo-
i tions of a beautiful young girl
torn between her love for a man
with whom she is madly infatuat-
1 ed and her loyalty to her husband.
There is an unusually talented
supporting cast, which includes
four leading men, Frank Morgan,
Kicardo Cortez, Lyle Talbot and
Philip Reed. Others in the cast
include Hohart Cavanaugh, Henry
Kolker, Fafaela Ottiano, F.dward
Hinds, Willie Fung and Jameson
Thomas.
Stanwyck in the stellar role, opens
At All Good Stores
Ask for NEW YORK BREAD
the plrents will be hosts to the
worship.: at a Kiddush to be (riv-
en at th House of Ahrams, Third
ave. and F.uclid st., oppo-ite the
synagogt: An friends of the fam-
ily are I Led to attend the services
and the oception, as no cards will
be issu.
.
Mrs. Sady< G. Rose returned
from New Orleans, where she at-
^^^Hthc Southern Regional Con-
ference >:'': .1. v, ;: s ,eial Srv
ice anl Welefare Funds.

than fifty of the most
ent social workers of tho
now at Miami Beach, met
at the h me of Mrs. M. I). Kirsch
last wei to organize a National
Convale ill Home for Children,
to be established at Miami Beach.
Mrs. Sai Her presided and Mrs. S.
Hirshfi.'. I was secretary. Offi-
cers chosen are Mrs. M. D. Kirsch,
president; Mrs. Mannheimer, vice-
president; Mrs. S. Krieger, finan-
cial secr< lary and treasurer; Dr.
Sidis, recording secretary. Mrs.
Rose Barau of the I'nited Order of
True Sis; i- was an active partici-
pant. One hundred dollars was
laised to begin the preliminary
work i :' organization. A sei
games to ra
b gin ; >, with Mrs. Mann-
heimer in charge of arrangements.
All those inter.sled are urged to
communicate with any of the of-
ficers of the organization.
*
Oscar Rappaport, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Rappaport, will be Bar
Mitzva at tho Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation Saturday, April
<">th. Following the services the
parents will be hosts at a recep-
tion. Sunday evening the parents
will be "at home" from 8 o'clock
to all their friends. No cards will
be issued.

The nominating committee re-
cently appointed by Beth David
Sisterhood to recommend officers
for the coming year consists of
Mesdames M. Scnenrberg, cha r-
inan; A. Rubin, Sol Greif, M. J.
KopelwitZ and (Jus Oinshurg. They
will present their report at the
next meeting of the organizati.....
following which election will be
held.

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RKO-Radio's film version of
'"The Gay Divorcee," now at tin
Tivoli Theatre, is the 489th per-
formance of the noted stage mu-
sical.
It ran 288 performances on
Broadway and 200 in London, es-
tablishing what is believed to be
an international record.
Fred Astaire, star of the original
production, both in New York and
England, is co-starred with Ginger
Rogers in the screen version.
Alice Brady and Edward Ever-
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Friday, March
a.
Page Eight
UTILITY EXPERT
DISCUSSES BILL
(Continued from Page l)
financial assistance <>f our com-
pany."
Mr. Inch said that the money
h projects is still
in them and he said, "the reward
now offered t.> our stockholders is
that their property shall be taken
from them without compensation."
The ami ran be -aid <>f their ef-
to develop the foreign mar-
Mr. Inch
"If this bill becomes a law >
.............. we have
invested in foreign countries," he
"((ur government, which n .\\
would foro u I get rid -
foreign holdings, urged us to enter
the foreign utility field as a means
of creating clo i i tiei between the
and various foreign
counti us a means of en ac-
for American
mad
Mr. Inch warned that if his corn-
pan j \ d to give ii i its for-
investments, it would be ac-
; by foreign interest:. closing
impoi tant markets to Amer-
ican made roods.
Mr. lii.ii brought out also thai
bill i- passed "investors gen-
erally will regard it as tIn- first
toward nationalization of the
. i ry."
"Many believe that its purpose is
i" accomplish governmenl owner-
ship or at least government man-
agement, without compensation,"
Mr. Inch continued1. "With this
weakening in the investment field
I sir little hope that private enter-
prise can survive in this field."
Mr. Inch branded as false claims
that owners of public utility secur-
ities will lose nutliin^ if this bil
passes. He said these statements
are incorrect and misleading to the
security owners.
Mr. Inch championed diversity in
busine lie aid diversity is the
principle upon which most kind if
successful business are based. He
use.! in urance ci mpai i a an ex-
ample. The r< ults of diversity as
one of the principal contributions
of the utility industries to social
progret he brought oul by show-
ing how metropolitan utility serv-
ice was brought to village, hamlet
and farm.
"The Electric Bond ami share
Company is not a 'paper' organi-
zation," Mr. Inch said. "We fur-
nish our client companies with nec-
essary expert service at a charge
which represents less than one-for-
tieth of one cent per kilowatt hour
sold. The advent of our company
has always brought about improved
service and lower rates. The cus-
tomers of our associated compa-
nies have been saved over $64,000,-
000 in rate reductions since 1929."
Discussing write-ups, he said
that write-ups of their properties
have never increased rates.
120 families are now settled in the
Ken i Hayesod colony of Ramath
David, Palestine which honor*
thc\\ .ii lime Premier of England
Above: digging for water; I !>/>*
Right: preparing an orange plan
tat ion; Below: Children watching
the sheep herd. The colony share*
all possessions on a communa
basis. Funds for such colonies are
provided to the Keren Hayesod
through theUnitcd Jewish Appeal.
S, he. liter's Ocean View Inn will
conduct special Pas over services
for the Passover Sedarim with Mr.
I!. Markowitz, until now Mashgiach
at the Floridian Hotel, in charge.
'. ations may be made for the
Sedarim beginning April 17th. or
tor the entire Passover week.
Members of Junior Hada ah
met last .Monday evening at the
Talmud Torah. Plans were dis-
i for the donors' dinner. Sat-
urday night, March 30th, Miss
Beck Nash and Miss Ida Engler
will entertain with a lumber party
home of Miss Engler, 1637
S. W. 11th st. Miss Myra Good
kowsky and Miss Sylvia Wilensky
will give a bridge party Wednes-
day evening, April 3rd, at Miss
Goodkowsky's home, 1543 Michi-
gan ave., Miami Beach.
Ral V Max Shapiro -poke on
"Religion." Misses Irene and Syl-
via Fair offered several vocal se-
lections. Following the program
refreshments were served.
| Exposition]
Cinderella
Ball Room
f
mi '
A GALA WEEK FOR
MIAMI HOUSEWIVES
See the Bin Display of
Electrical Refrigeraton
Air Conditioning I nits
. \\ Heaten ari|
Wa>l rs
Goi dim nved Square
Mat
Election of officers for Beth Ja-
cob Congregation, Miami Beach,
will be held at the Synagogue next
Thursday evening, April 4th, be-
ginning at 8 o'clock. All members
are urged to attend. A report of
the activities of the congregation
and a complete detailed financial
statement will lie presented. Fol-
lowing the election of officers the
election for the Rabbi, Cantor and
Sexton of the congregation will he
held.
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Sunday-Monday-Tuesday
March 31-April 1-2
Ginger RogersFred Astaire
Ivdward Kverett Ilorton
Alice BradyErik Rhodes
The Gay Divorcee
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March 31-April 1
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Rirardo ("ortezl.yle Talbot
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Pace Four THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN Reconstruction Of Religion (Excerpt of sermon delivered March 22nd at Temple Israel) Bj int. JACOB H. KAPLAN Passover Milk To Be Provided E. C. Fogg, Jr., is secretary. treasurer and general manag the Miami Home Milk Producers Association, the only dairy that The main obstruction to economic reconstruction is that there is no clear vision on the meaning of lift. The social economic life of the world cannot be explained merely in economic terms. There are more principles underlying the whole of life. The great contribution of the Hebrews to an understanding of life is their discovery of a moral law in the universe: "Ye shall be holy becouse I the Lord your God am holy." That is to say, this is a moral universe and individuals and nations cannot remain here unless they fret in line with that moral principle of the universe. The average man may have lost his religion, but I have not lost my religion. If there were no depression; if half the world were not Buffering; if wars were not imminent, then I would lose my religion because I would feel that men can violate the law of moral lifi with impunity. As it is I can 11 God that injustice will always be punished, will always carry with it Buffering and destruction. 11 e first principli I erel ire, of the reconstruction of every reli:i : hoi u undei standing that there is a moral God, a Provoly, or a moral law in the uni\ erse. We must get in line with that moral God or accordingly. Th< principle of reconstruction is the corollary, "All men are children of God." This mean that the Chinaman, the colored rai es and I he w I a< form one humanity. All are children of God, and until we behave towards each other in a brotherly way there will be no peace and no happiness on earth. Navies and armies, flying machines and poison gases are all poor substitutes for the moral law. Socialism, Democracy, Fascism are all beside %  i mark. Every government must embody social and economic laws of absolute justice to every human being or the arrangement will never work. That is my religion: that must be the religion of every man and woman. By that religion we can live in peace and die in salvation. sufficient income to be independent of compensation received, religious affiliation, good character of the members of the family, and other qualifications necessary for the fulfillment of normal family life. Only 26 per cent of the families applying for children are approved and a study of child and family made to insure temperamental fitness for the child placed. Constant supervision by trained social workers follows until the child is dismissed from the care of this agency. Thus family life is provided for all the children who seek protection, two-thirds With their own mothers, for which no satisfactory substitute for adequate child care has yet been found. Those who are denied this supreme care are given the next best type of child care, with their own relatives whenever possible. This is the only Jewish agency to which children of this state may appeal in time of need and is supported by contributions from the Jewish people of the states from ^ ( |, )(l (; jp which children are received. has announced mat it will proi %  \< The committee in charge consists strictly kosher Pass of Miss Xatalie Woinstcin, chairits customers and tl man: Miss Ruth Sontag, Rosalyn lie of this area. T Betty Klein, -Mrs. Bessie Wernikoff ia co-operative ii and Mrs. Mae Levine. posed of dairymen of Dad Broward counties and is the en cern that has prov.ded for the wants of the Jewish people for the ieV eral years. In a statement ek Mr. Fogg said: our object to provide kosher milk for observant Jews in Dade ra rd counties in return for the splen lid response and patronaat they have given us in the p as t. We have set as.de one of dairies of our associnand will have a mashgiach at ,i,y during the entire PaSSover week. A mashgiach will be in charge when ?our cream and ie d. So that Jewry Friday, Marc h 29, throughout Dade County mayul that we are interested in their,* fare, we have engaged R a bbi 5 ; M. Machtei, Julius Washer and! vid I. Rosenbloom, represent congregations of this area, to', pervise all religious details, vj bottles and utensils are beine i vided and Jewry may rest KM that our products, when delta to their homes, will be "stn> kosher for Passover" beyond question, for even the most servant. There will be no inct in any of the products of the m pany, despite the added expa we have gone to." SCHIFF'S Delicatessen & Kosher Market f.18 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Phone 5-8751 169 N. W. 5th St., Miami WI1 L SUPPLY YOUR EVERY PASSOVER NEED A Complete Line of Everything You Need in Passover Foods KOSHER WINES A Full I ine of Strictly Kosher Passover Dairy Products STRICTLY FRESH FLORIDA EGGS Fresh From the Farm All. ATTRACTIVELY PRICED DERBY DAY, APRIL 1st '' 1 1 1 1 • 1 t %  : • 1 1 • < ; hi • : I I ; %  %  A Name Which Is Your Guarantee of Quality, Purity and Kashruth Horowitz Margareten Matzohs "The Matzoh with the Taste" Absolutely Pure and KOSHER for PASSOVER Also Get Our Other Passover Products: Egg Noodles, Egg Barley, Potato h, Whole Wheat Matzohs, lly. Matzohs, Baby Food, Coffee, lea and Spice-. Local Representative: JACOB SCHIFF 618 Collins Ave., Miami Reach 1 N. \V. Fifth St., Miami %  i : i 1LA ; i" i HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN 369 E. 1th St.. New York, N. Y. i %  ':-:":;!!.• m • • • '^r %  Junior Council Aids Orphans The Junior Council of Jewish Women of Miami is now engaged in a drive to raise funds for the Orphan Children's Home of Atlanta. This homo takes care of many needy Miami cases. The home has served the Southeastern states of Florida, Georgia. North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia for over forty-five years, caring for dependent destitute and neglected Jewish children, and has always maintained the highest standards, progressing with and often ahead of the development of new methods of child care. It was the first orphanage to depart from institutional care when in 1911 the subsidy of children in their own fatherless homes was inaugurated. This plan was developed during the 24 years of its existence, so that at present widows as well as their children are supported in accordance with the best modern case work principle* of family welfare. Fur the past five years those children who, for various tragic reasons could not be so maintained, have been boarded in thoroughly investigated Jewish foster homes. These homes must be able to show FOR AN ENJOYABLE PASSOVER Make Your Reservations With SAM SCHECHTER'S OCEAN VIEW INN Ocean Drive and 2nd St. MIAMI REACH For the Sedorim. April 17th and April 18th Or for the Entire Passover Week Under the Supervision of The Miami Beach Vaad Hakashruth Ii. MARKOWITZ Formerly of the Floridian Hotel. Is Our MASHGIACH b HOROWITZ. MARGARET^ -> "> "The Greatest Institution of Laundering and Dry Cleaning in the South" Combs Chapel A ir Conditioned >£!>' HEATir^ Uh. EVERYTHING HAS BEEN DONE TO INSURE YOU COMFORT CHAPEL COOLED IN SUMMER AND WARMED IN WINTER COMBS FUNERAL SERVICE SERVICE SINCE 1896 i'hone 2-SI'l 28 N. E. Third St. MUSA ISLE== SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE "•*•* *'.. ..4 mi „,. Alligator Wrestling Hourly GIFTS ll.r. r.u •"' "j ...•556 rolor. Ma i n .l-B"£ LnUir &* % 



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Fridi March 2(1, 1935 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Pare Fir* Announcements MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1545 8. W. Third Street %  JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi Sisterhoods Name Mrs. Nathan Head Regular Friday evening services begin at ai.'SO. There will be no late services. Saturday morning Ittvices begin at '.> o'clock, when the Rabbi will preach in Yiddish on the jiortion of the week. Mincha MTViccs begin at 5: HI I, followed by the Shalosh Saudah and Maariv service-. Sunday school is held every Sunday beginning at 10 a. m. at the Y. M, II. A. clubroonis. During the past week at Washington, 1). C, the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, which has been meeting simultaneously with the Council and the National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods, elected Mrs. Nathan of Buffalo unanimously to the presidency. The National Federation, a branch of the Union, includes 360 Jewish women's sisterhoods, with a membership of 55,000. Mrs. Nathan has been associated with the organization since 1921, when she TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 1137 N. E. Nineteenth St. DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi The regular Friday evening services ai %  -: 1 %  "'• Tin' I ipen Forum, be goJBlast week after services, was SO su ccssl'uU.v interesting thai it will 1 dajlevening services. An important angle of ant i-Seniit ism will be piv.-cntcd in the lecture this week %  '-ussed afterwards in the Open I'l'ium. The subject of Dr^acob ||. Kaplan's lecture will be "Ni't Anti-Semitism, but Judaism! is the Jewish Problen\." The public is cordially welcome. On Saturday morning at 11 o'clock Dr. Kaplansermonette will deal with "When i i"d Appearmi Earth." WtTH DAVID CONGRBOATIOM L (Conservative) 139 S. W. Third Ave. MAX SHAPIRO, Rabat Late % %  < %  ice1" gin at K:15 p. m., when the Kahhi will preach on "Is Judaism a Religious Identification, a Racial Designation or a National Consciousness'.'" Cantor Nathan Wrool ', a-sisted by Beth Jacob choir, will chant the services and lead the congregational singing. Saturday morning services begin at 8:80. The Junior Congregation meets at 10:30 a. in. Sunday morning at 8 the Bar Mit/.va Club meets for service-, followed by breakfast. Mas, ii 1-..N ic\ NATHAN became a member of the executive board. She became chairman of the national legislative committee on religious Bchools in 1925 and in 1927 was fourth vice-president. In 1929 she was elected to the first x ice-presidency, taking up the reins of leadership at the death of Mrs. will recite the Haftoro and speak briefly. Rabbi Rosenbloom 'will speak to the Bar Mit/.va and Mr. Harry I. I.ipton. president of the synagogue, will present the certificate to the Bar MitZVa. Following services the parents will be hosts at a Kiddush. Mincha service-, Chevra Thilim, Shalosh Saudah and Maariv begin at 4:30 p. in. Maurice Steinfeld last September. Mrs, Nathan is well known in Buffalo for her civic and welfare ; activities. She is past president of the Women's Temple Society of Buffalo; past president and presi cnt vice-president of the Buffalo | Jewish Fresh Air Camp, and a member of the board of governors of the Buffalo division of the Jew| ish Social Service federation. Other officers elected) are: First I vice-president, Mrs. Adolph Rosenberg, Cincinnati; second vice-president, Mrs. Albert J. May, New York; third vice-president, Mrs. David Lefkowitz, Dallas; fourth vice-president, Mrs. Julius Hennig, Columbia, S. C; recording secretary, Mrs. Joseph Stolz, Chicago; treasurer, Mrs. Jonas Frenkel, Cincinnati; executive secretary, Miss Jane Evans, Cincinnati. Members of the executive board are: Mrs. Harry Freund, St. Louis; Mrs. Charles Greenclay, Denver; Mrs. Adolph Hanauer, New Brunswick, N. J.; Mrs. Henry Meyers, Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. Joseph G. Nathanson, Providence, R. I.; Mrs. Jonas SeHg, Monroe, La.; Mrs. Morris Barnett, New Orleans; Mrs. Samuel Brody, Chicago; Mrs. Sam II. Cohen, Cleveland; Mrs. Milton II. Pies, Birmingham; Mrs. David Goldfarb, New York; Mrs. A. M. Goldstein, Seattle; Mrs. Ernst Horwitz, Atlanta; Mrs. Aaron Lambie, Pittsburgh; Mrs I. Valentine Levi, Philadelphia! Mrs. W. W. Oborndorfer, Norfolk; Mrs. Jonas Oberdorfer, Syracuse; Mrs. Samuel T. Roce, Hamilton, Ohio; Mrs. A. L. Sachar, Champaign, III.; Mrs. Sol Schoenmann, Houston, Tex.; Mrs. Jonas Sternberger, Brownsville, Tenn. Choice of the next convention for the Union two years hence will lie between New Orleans, Detroit and New York, with a decision to be made by the Union execuive board within the next six months. Florida Wine Strictly Kosher Bottled mechanically under the personal supervision of Rabbi Wolf Wittenstein of Orlando, Fla., and Paterson, N. J., Chevron D'Or, a pure wine, is being produced for the Jewish Passover trade at the Orlando winery of the Baker Products Co. Each bottle bears the certificate of Rabbi Wittenstein, who is a member of the Agudas Harabonim of America and Canada, certifying that the wine may be Used by the most observing Jews for the Passover holidays. It is a clear, pleasantly stimulating wine, is non-fattening and because of its citric acid content has a healthful alkaline reaction that relieves one of any fear of acid stomach and may, therefore, be used by many who cannot, because of their physical condition, use other wines. Since its introduction in the market it has become popular with the general public. It may be obtained at most of the leading stores in the area. Those who want the kosher wines are urged to look for the "hechshar" of Rabbi Wittenstein. nos -fro? FOR QUALITY FISH Buy at REID'S MAX TOBIAS. MGR. 1715 S. W. 8th St. Pompano—Pan Fish Snapper—Yellow Tail Flounder—Trout K ingfish Fillet of All Kinds A Trial Will Convince You PASSOVER SEDARIM WEDNESDAY EVENING. APRIL 17th THURSDAY EYENING, APRIL 18th Will Be Conducted at KRAEMER'S STRICTLY KOSHER RESTAURANT 361 Collins Ave.. Miami Heath (1th at Collins) (Approved by the Miami Beach V'aad Hkashruth) Make Your Reservations Now and Enjoy the Passover Festival in Keeping With the Ancient Ritual SPECIAL PRICES FOR THE ENTIRE PASSOVER WEEK CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 111 Washington Ave., Miami Beach DAVID I. KOSENBLOOM, Rabbi Late si rvices tonight begin at 8:15, when the Rabbi will speak on "Strange Fires." Cantor Boris Schlachinan will chant the services and lead the congregational singing. Saturday morning services begin at K:.'iO. Sidney Lionel Besveniek, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Besvenick, will be Bar Mit/.va. He [ At All Good Stores Ask for NEW YORK BREAD As Usual (he Rosedale Delicatessen |Q 70 N. W. Fifth St. WILL SUPPLY YOUR EVERY PASSOVER WANT! A complete line of Manischewitz, (ioodman. London. IlorowitZ-Margareten and Streit Matzos. MatZO Meal. Noodles, Coffees. Teas, Sugar. Prunes and Nu(s of all Kinds. Spices. Vinegar and Nya Fat EVERYTHING IN THE FOOD LINE ..-......%  We take pleasure and pride in announcing that -Kosher .Passover Dairy -Products will be produced by us in full compliance with the Jewish laws, under (he supervision of RABBI S. M. MACHTEI, Radio Synagog RABBI DAVID I. R0SENBL00M Cong. Beth Jacob, Miami Beach and RABBI JULIUS WASHER Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Miami and in the presence of a MASIIGIACH, appointed by the rabbis IF YOU ARE NOW A CUSTOMER OF THE MIAMI HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASS N INSTRUCT YOUR ROUTE MAN ABOUT YOUR REQUIREMENTS FOR THE •ASSOVER PERIOD. IF YOUR DAIRYMAN. NOW SERVING YOU, WILL NOT BE PREPARED TO SERVE KOSHER PASSOVER PRODUCTS, WE SHALL BE HAPPY TO SERVE YOU. PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW. 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^Jewish Flondliai m and THE JEWISH UNITY FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY ol. 8—No. 13 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 29, 1935 Trice Five CenU ftility Expert Discusses Bill Washington, 1). ('., March 28. alyzing various phases of the Ra> urn bill, which hetermed %  ras'.ii-." s. K. Inch, president of |he Electric Bond and Share Comby, called ti> the attention of the tage interstate and foreign comj"Bn-' e committee today that no Han lias been presented as a subHltuti' for the present locally regat d, privately operated public Dity system. Mr. Inch for several years was sident of the Florida Fewer & feht Company. %  "Certainly nothing BO drastic as His bill should be enacted into law. H\lc-s and until those who would HjBtl'oy what now exists have preH\rcd and submitted a definite and Hprkablo plan of procedure," Mr. Hcli said. %  Effects of the Rayburn bill HniM ultimately increase the costs H electric and gas service to the Hnsunur and by demoralizing loHl companies would impair service, Mr. Inch also stated. H"A large number of operating Hnipanies receiver-hips would inHital.iy follow the passage of this %  11 because necessary financing H)w obtained from holding comHVi!e.s would not be forthcoming," Hid Mr. Inch. "This would result H general demoralization and Hsuld increase costs to electric and H\s users for the simple reason Hmt it would increase the coal of bey necessary for continuance expansion of the utility busis. The way back to prosperity is Hjough the re-establishment of Harness confidence, which will perHjt private taxpaying capital to H to work again," he said. %  "Then the next five years, inHjad of seeing the demoralization Hjd destruction of these great inHmrics as private enterprises un. Hr this bill would see them again Hkagcd in constructive expansion. HThe same five years, instead Hbringing about the ruin of mil^HB of investors, would bring re! ^Very to their investments and the ^ %  toration of their income, from Hnk'h newtaxes would accrue to government. !""Our own associated companies H now spending $25,000,000 a year for construction." said Mr. Inch. "In normal years they spend Hmuiidred million dollars a year. This is just an indication of what these industries mean in the drive for business recovery. H*During the depression years the Electric Bond and Share Company and its associated holding com^kies invested $144,1)110,(1011 in building and unifying two natural gas systems. This created employment for thousands, with benefits to their communities and protected Investors who would have suffered ftvere losses unless wc had come to their aid. "These developments represent %  Teal and outstanding contributions! ^HWial stability and business reeevery during the worst years of the depression, and they could not have been carried out and put into successful operation without the Continued on Page 8) Mack Chosen By 34tt Council Washington, March 2U—The 31th biennial Council of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations concluded its five-day sessions here today with the election of Jacob W. Mack of Cincinnati as chairman of the executive board. The Union, which is composed of 285 congregations, with a membership of iil.ooo, comprises the Kaders of Reform Judaism who have been attempting to evaluate the progress of Reform Jewry in the light of the til years it lias been in existence as an organized body. Well known in Cincinnati as a manufacturer and a leader in communal activities, (Mr. Mack has been active in the affairs of the Union since 1919, when he first beElectrical Show To Begin Monday came a member of the executive board. In 1921 he was elected treasurer of the Union and in li'23 vice-presidlent. He took over the presidency last fall upon the death of Ludwig Vogelstein. Other officers elected are: First vice-president, A. Leo Weil of Fittsburgh; second vice-president, Maurice D. Rosenberg of Washington, D. C.J third vice-president, Marcus Rauh of Pittsburgh; treasurer, N. Henry Beckman, Cincinnati; executive secretary, Rabbi George Zeppin, Cincinnati. Three vacancies on the executive board of the Union were filled by the election of Judge Irving Lehman of New York, Arnold M. Schmidt of Brooklyn and Lee M. Frieman of Boston. Two attractions of unusual interest will feature the varied program being arranged for the fourth annual Electrical and Radio Exposition to be staged the week of April 1 in the Cinderella Ballroom by the Electrical Exposition, Incorporated. E, Hall Downes, one of America's foremost bridge authorities, will deliver a series of six one-hour lectures on bridge during the period of the exposition, in which lie will discuss the rudimentary principles and finer points of the game in such a way as to make it possible for his hearers to grasp the details of all the present popular systems of bidding and playing contrail bridge. In addition to the afternoon lectures by Mr. Downes, the exposition will feature nightly the Burdine Kiddie Kabaret, with Bill Fecks as master of ceremonies. Other program features for the entertainment of the public are being arranged by the exposition .n co-operation with broadcasting stations WQAM and WIOD. Mr. Downes, who has just completed a highly successful season •on the air, during which time he was co-starred with Will Rogers on the Columbia network, will be presented to the Miami public through the courtesy of the Florida Power and Light company. The Florida Power and Light company will present two bridge lamps daily to lecture attendants at the exposition, yesterdays announcement stated. The bridge lectures, which are to run from 2:30 to 3:30 each afternoon, will be preceded by a hillbilly concert offered by the Singing Cowboy, one of the stellar programs broadcast daily by WQAM. This part of the program will be broadcast from the stage in Cinderella Ballroom, where the Singing Cowboy makes his personal appearance. Monday, Wednesday and Friday nights the Sunshine Singers, radio stars sponsored by the Florida Power and Light company, will make personal appearances at the exposition, and Saturday night the ever popular WQAM amateur night will be broadcast from the stage. Tax Returns Must Be Filed Attention is called to all residents of Florida in Dade County that April 1st is the last day under the law for filing intangible tax returns with the tax assessor, J. N. Lummus, Jr. All owners of stocks, bonds, notes, mortgages, contracts, judgments, accounts receivable, cash or money subject to demand, etc., who are residents of the state of Florida, must make a return to the assessor of taxes in the county where they reside or maintain a principal place of business. The residence of intangible property follows that of its owner. Florida residents who have securities or bank accounts held in other states must report them in Florida regardless of where they are located. This applies to individuals, corporations, firms, trustees, executors, administrators, receivers and all other fiduciaries owning or having the control, management or custody of intangible personal property. The federal government makes available to the state of Florida certain income tax reports to aid in the enforcement of the state intangible tax law. The penalty for failure to comply with the law is $500 fine, six months in jail or both (Sec. 21, Intangible Act of 1931). Beach to Hold Gala Musicale With a number of the most prominent instrumental and vocal artists assisting, Canter Hurls Schlachman will be heard in a program of liturgical and folk music this coming Sunday evening, March 31st, beginning at 8 p. m. at Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach. This is an annual event at Miami Beach and attracts a large number of Jews and non-Jews who are interested in Jewish music and art. Assisting Cantor Schlachman will be Irving Ginsberg, Junior I Cantor of Beth David Congrcga! tion; Mrs. liarney Kraft, Frof. I'ortnoff, violin virtuoso; Irving Fields, Sylvia Shapiro, Mrs. Doris Adler at the piano. Cantor Schlachman has a large following and has served congregations in the North, Jewish News Around the World and for several years was cantor of Beth David Congregation, and •or the past five years has served Beth Jacob Congregation as cantor, which position he now occupies. Founder's Day To Be Observed Sixty years ago, in the basement vestry rooms of the two reform congregations of Cincinnati, Dr. Isaac Mayer Wise held the first class of the Hebrew Union College, the reform rabbinical college which he had just founded. Dr. Wise, at that time, was rabbi of Congregation Bene Jeshurun, now better known as the Isaac M. Wise Temple. In the chapel in one of the five buildings now housing the college, its founder and builders will be commemorated with a special Founders' Day Service, to be held on Saturday afternoon, March 30, at 2:30. Rabbi James G. Heller, present Rabbi of the Isaac M. Wise Temple, a graduate of the college in the class of 1916, and son of a member of the second graduating class of the college, will be the speaker. His subject will be "The Mission of the Modern Jew." Dr. Julian Morgenstern, president of the Hebrew Union College, will preside over the ceremonies. Jerusalem—One of the most important corroborations of the Bible durin gthe period of the Kingdom of Judah was made, known here with the discovery at Tel Adduweir, midway between Beersheba and Gaza, of archives with Hebrew inscriptions which gives the names of the most famous Israelites mentioned during that period in Scriptures. The .-en. at >nal discovery was the work of a British archeological expedition headed by J. L. Starkey. The find is regarded as of unique importance because hitherto the discovery of written documents of the Biblical period has been rare and pottery usually has been the only available witness of the Bible stories. Hitherto the archaeology of the period of the Kings has revealed only two or three inscriptions. The British expedition has been seeking light on Biblical history for some time at Tel Adduweir, which was known in ancient times as Lachish. The remains of the Kingdom of Judah period would date back to between 1)00 and GOO B. C. The outstanding revelation is the archives with Hebrew inscriptions, apparently belonging to the leading Prince of Judah, which were engraved on porcelain in the ancient Hebrew script in choice Biblical language and of a date prior to the First Temple era. Part of these inscriptions appears to be an exchange of correspondence between the Viceroy of Lachish and the King of Jerusalem, since the names of famous Israelites of that period who are mentioned in Scriptures also occur in the tablets. The find is regarded by Palestinian archaeologists as one of the most valuable ever made in this country. Nazis Desecrate Yeshiva College New York, March 22—A police dragnet is out for those responsible for the desecration of Yeshiva College, the doors and windows of which were found placarded with vile anti-Semitic posters and swastikas. Some of the anti-Semitic posters accused the Jews of being white slavers, dope fiends and fake lawyers. The posters are similar to those found last Rosh Hashonah on the walls of Temple Emanu-el. It is believed that Nazis are responsible. Weinberg Is Crowned National Pinochle King New York—Meet America's first national pinochle champion, Herman Weinberg, a Baltimore jeweler, who survived six weeks of gruelling competition and won over 58,000 players from fifteen cities. Weinberg's victory earned a check for $1,000. Five of the other finalists were also Jews: Ira Margolis, Boston; Morris B. Yopack, Milwaukee; Samuel W'efincr, Rochester; Manuel Bierman, New York, and Meyer Madhoff, Philadelphia.



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March 29, 1935 SOCIETY Sidney Lionel Besvinick, son of Mr. and -Mrs. S. Besvinick of Miami Beach and long time residents of this area, will he Bar Mitxva at Beth .lacoh Synagogue Saturday morning, March .'iOth. He will recite the Huftoro and speak briefly. Following the services THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Seven Scene at Camp Wohelo ('amp Wohelo, which will reopen soon for its sixth consecutive season, is operated by Mrs. Bertha Berkowich Levy of Miami and Baltimore. It has established a reputation for health, educal on and recreation. These are the factors that make for happiness in life. ('am}. Wohelo, by its very nature, is dedicated to that end. It aims to develop a perfectly healthy body. The invigorating air of its high altitude, its splendorous hills, its picturesque meadows, its excellent food, its healthful water and its program of carefully balanced work, rest and play all aid in attaining perfect health. The intellectual and spiritual appeal of this .amp is far-reaching and hardly measurable by any sot standard. A truly beauteous Pennsylvania camp opportunes your daughter to health, recreation and education in a real sense. Camp Wohelo invites your alien lion and consideration. Lost Lady," with Barbara at the Second Avenue Theatre Sunday. The picture is filled with thrills and excitement in addition to its tense dramatic moments, In which Miss Stanwyck portrays the emoi tions of a beautiful young girl torn between her love for a man with whom she is madly infatuat1 ed and her loyalty to her husband. There is an unusually talented supporting cast, which includes four leading men, Frank Morgan, • Kicardo Cortez, Lyle Talbot and Philip Reed. Others in the cast include Hohart Cavanaugh, Henry Kolker, Fafaela Ottiano, F.dward Hinds, Willie Fung and Jameson Thomas. Stanwyck in the stellar role, opens At All Good Stores Ask for NEW YORK BREAD the plrents will be hosts to the worship.: at a Kiddush to be (riven at th House of Ahrams, Third ave. and F.uclid st., oppo-ite the synagogt: An friends of the family are I Led to attend the services and the oception, as no cards will be issu. • Mrs. Sady< G. Rose returned from New Orleans, where she at^^^Hthc Southern Regional Conference >:'•': %  .1. v, ; : s ,eial Srv ice anl Welefare Funds. than fifty of the most ent social workers of tho now at Miami Beach, met at the h me of Mrs. M. I). Kirsch last wei to organize a National Convale ill Home for Children, to be established at Miami Beach. Mrs. Sai Her presided and Mrs. S. Hirshfi. %  '. I was secretary. Officers chosen are Mrs. M. D. Kirsch, president; Mrs. Mannheimer, vicepresident; Mrs. S. Krieger, financial secr< lary and treasurer; Dr. Sidis, recording secretary. Mrs. Rose Barau of the I'nited Order of True Sis; iwas an active participant. One hundred dollars was laised to begin the preliminary work i :' organization. A sei games to ra b gin ; %  • >, with Mrs. Mannheimer in charge of arrangements. All those inter. s led are urged to communicate with any of the officers of the organization. • Oscar Rappaport, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Rappaport, will be Bar Mitzva at tho Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Saturday, April <">th. Following the services the parents will be hosts at a reception. Sunday evening the parents will be "at home" from 8 o'clock to all their friends. No cards will be issued. • • • The nominating committee recently appointed by Beth David Sisterhood to recommend officers for the coming year consists of Mesdames M. Scnenrberg, cha rinan; A. Rubin, Sol Greif, M. J. KopelwitZ and (Jus Oinshurg. They will present their report at the next meeting of the organizati following which election will be held. x>> RKO-Radio's film version of '"The Gay Divorcee," now at tin Tivoli Theatre, is the 489th performance of the noted stage musical. It ran 288 performances on Broadway and 200 in London, establishing what is believed to be an international record. Fred Astaire, star of the original production, both in New York and England, is co-starred with Ginger Rogers in the screen version. Alice Brady and Edward EverW. L. PHILBRICK Director of Funerals Serving Greater Miami PRIVATE SEDAN AMBULANCE SERVICE 1857 Collins Ave. Miami Beaeh Phone 5-3311 660 West Flagler St. Miami Phone 2-3456 FOR FRESH I SEA FOODS STOP AT CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Our Fish are the freshest — Caught by our own boats daily If It la Sea Pood, we aara It at In very haat. aad at attractively law %  rices. 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Friday, March a. Page Eight UTILITY EXPERT DISCUSSES BILL (Continued from Page l) financial assistance <>f our company." Mr. Inch said that the money h — projects is still in them and he said, "the reward now offered t.> our stockholders is that their property shall be taken from them without compensation." The ami ran be -aid <>f their efto develop the foreign marMr. Inch "If this bill becomes a law > %  we have invested in foreign countries," he "( ( ur government, which n .\\ would foro u I get rid foreign holdings, urged us to enter the foreign utility field as a means of creating clo i i tiei between the and various foreign counti us a means of en acfor American mad Mr. Inch warned that if his cornpan j \ d to give ii i • its forinvestments, it would be ac; by foreign interest:. closing impoi tant markets to American made roods. Mr. lii.ii brought out also thai bill ipassed "investors generally will regard it as t Infirst toward nationalization of the i ry." "Many believe that its purpose is i" accomplish governmenl ownership or at least government management, without compensation," Mr. Inch continued 1 "With this weakening in the investment field I sir little hope that private enterprise can survive in this field." Mr. Inch branded as false claims that owners of public utility securities will lose nutliin^ if this bil passes. He said these statements are incorrect and misleading to the security owners. Mr. Inch championed diversity in busine lie aid diversity is the principle upon which most kind if successful business are based. He use.! in urance ci mpai i a an example. The r< ults of diversity as one of the principal contributions of the utility industries to social progret he brought oul by showing how metropolitan utility service was brought to village, hamlet and farm. "The Electric Bond ami share Company is not a 'paper' organization," Mr. Inch said. "We furnish our client companies with necessary expert service at a charge which represents less than one-fortieth of one cent per kilowatt hour sold. The advent of our company has always brought about improved service and lower rates. The customers of our associated companies have been saved over $64,000,000 in rate reductions since 1929." Discussing write-ups, he said that write-ups of their properties have never increased rates. 120 families are now settled in the Ken i Hayesod colony of Ramath David, Palestine which honor* thc\\ .ii lime Premier of England Above: digging for water; I !>/>*• Right: preparing an orange plan tat ion; Below: Children watching the sheep herd. The colony share* all possessions on a communa basis. Funds for such colonies are provided to the Keren Hayesod through theUnitcd Jewish Appeal. S, he. liter's Ocean View Inn will conduct special Pas over services for the Passover Sedarim with Mr. I!. Markowitz, until now Mashgiach at the Floridian Hotel, in charge. '. ations may be made for the Sedarim beginning April 17th. or tor the entire Passover week. Members of Junior Hada ah met last .Monday evening at the Talmud Torah. Plans were disi for the donors' dinner. Saturday night, March 30th, Miss Beck Nash and Miss Ida Engler will entertain with a lumber party home of Miss Engler, 1637 S. W. 11th st. Miss Myra Good kowsky and Miss Sylvia Wilensky will give a bridge party Wednesday evening, April 3rd, at Miss Goodkowsky's home, 1543 Michigan ave., Miami Beach. Ral V Max Shapiro -poke on "Religion." Misses Irene and Sylvia Fair offered several vocal selections. Following the program refreshments were served. | Exposition] Cinderella Ball Room f mi A GALA WEEK FOR MIAMI HOUSEWIVES See the Bin Display of Electrical Refrigeraton Air Conditioning I nits \\ Heaten ari| Wa>l rs Goi dim nved Square Mat Election of officers for Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach, will be held at the Synagogue next Thursday evening, April 4th, beginning at 8 o'clock. All members are urged to attend. A report of the activities of the congregation and a complete detailed financial statement will lie presented. Following the election of officers the election for the Rabbi, Cantor and Sexton of the congregation will he held. frjPnVOfcalJ U FlAGLEPc8 f h AvPhonrf "M Sunday-Monday-Tuesday March 31-April 1-2 Ginger Rogers—Fred Astaire Ivdward Kverett Ilorton Alice Brady—Erik Rhodes The Gay Divorcee 0?W"AVllNiy[^ Sunday and Monday March 31-April 1 Barbara Stanwyck—Frank Morgan Rirardo ("ortez—l.yle Talbot A Lost Lady | %  •' 1 %  % %  'A : I hii Round I. a Mat/os Goodman's \\ hole u heal V.ll.nGoodman's Sew Flavor I.:: 1 ; Vlatzos Strictly Kosher for the Most Observing Jews Attend the Free ( ontractl Bridge Lectures hy B. lull Downes, America's forcmixl bridge authority and authtfl of four best sellers, on hol to play the game. K>n!| afternoon, 2:30 to 3#| o'clock. Distributed by LEADING JEWISH STORKS and DELICATESSENS IN MIAMI Wholesale Distribution and Sale by Standard Wholesale Grocery Co 139-Kill N. E. Tenth SI reel MIAMI, FLORIDA Mr. Retailer:— now. 0 !" 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Page Two THE JEWISH PLOWMAN Friday, March 29 The Junior Council of Jewish Women will hold an open meeting Tuesday evening, April 2nd, at the Talmud Torah Hall, beginning at 8:30. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will be the guest speaker. Important busim Bl will be transacted. • Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Bloomfield entertained a party of ten in honor of their niece, Miss E. Greenberg of Boston, Mass., who has been visiting them for the past three months nnd will leave for her home this week. Following card games, delicious refreshments were served. • • Announcement has been made that Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schechter of the Ocean View Inn, Miami Bi ach, and formerly connected with Murida Hotels of Miami Beach and Lung Reach and the Beli Hotel of Miami Beach, have I the beautiful 80-room Lincoln Hotel at Broadway and Lincoln Road, Long Beach, N. Y., which they will open beginning j Decoration Day, ay 30th next. They j will operate the Lincoln Hotel for the summer and return to Ocean View Inn for tho coming winter. • • • The girls' division of the Young Men's Hebrew Association is sponsoring a theatre party on Tuesday evening, April !th, at one of the local theatres. Tickets may be ob' tained from any member of the orI ganization. In charge of arrangements are the Misses Rose Dubler and Lucille Hessing. • • • The West Flagler Kennel Club's highly successful 1935 greyhound meeting comes to a close Monday night with the running of the sport's richest race, the annual Derby, which this year carries a purse of §3,000. A great field of dogs will accent the issue in the Derby, a test over the long three-eighth? of a mile course, and one and a half laps Bur (lino's Greatest E. O. M. SALE of the Whole Year Friday and Saturday Burdines MIAMI -* MIAMI BEACH Kotkin Will review "Not High, but the Wind," by Lawrence. Mrs. Reifman will give the current M, John Samet will review the life of a great Jew. A .. hour will follow. • • Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goldblatt of New York City, a cousin of Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, who are stopping for a brief vacation at the SurfB ide li tel, Miami Beach, enterwith branches in all larger c:i of Poland, as well as agencies j France, Argentina and Palestin, It has about 1,700,000 permanent clients and total assetof a l> $155,000,000. In the United Stat and Canada the "P. K. 0," in son, of its activities, is co-opei with the Gdynia-America Line. With the growth of econoni and financial ties between Polar. and America, the visit of Dr. H tained Mrs. Rose and their aunt^^er assurnes great importance Mr. and Mrs. L. H. IRVING GINSBURG Junior Cantor, Beth David Preparations are being madefc:: a gala celebration and observant! of the Passover holidays at Krj. mer's Strictly Kosher P.cstaurir. at Miami Beach. Prominent Rabbj will tfirect the Seder Ritual observance. The restaurant is being operated under the supervise of a mashgiach of the Miami Bcati Vaad Hakashruth and is the largest restaurant in this ana strict!; observing Kashrus rul .-'; rates are being made for the entire holiday week. • • • Ending what was one of fte most brilliant seasons of horse rat' ing in Dade County, Tropical Part is sponsoring Charity Hay at it! beautiful plant with the runnin{ and un Frankenstein, at dinner in the Homy Plaza Hotel last week. • Goo %  %  %  an(i othor anbeing pro. I under the supervision of mtry' Lading Rab.,n the most ol ant may be permitted to and tasty products. The Standard Wholesale Gi i Co., rs in tl,is area tve been named disI and have i] camnli of 1 6 prodGuesl Artist at Betii Jacob Conucl %  %  •Tea. The Goodcert Sundaj Evening, Maid. 31 man's | aj bi obtaii any of the leading grocery or delighout Florida around West Flagler'.-: fast qua* ;ail.-d at an excel:~ f "" th(i $ 5 000 Derby (•,... ter-mile track. Police Court, Dan tionallj that all may g^g Monday, April l. Some (! Oswald's five-sixteenth, of a mile i„ hi products. L he fincs( norsea that have coa peted on local tracks during the advices. Dr. ^ wint-r an( Bpring mccls hav I to back the in of Traffic Henryk I head of the 1-olish | becn nominatcd for the spectra Court with confidence. is coming to ar finigh of a brilliant raci5?se However, Derbies usually tth Unil I! tt month. gon I)adc county charitk open races and I his high banking '^ tnc solc beneficiaries, receivinj I be no exception. Red Wh ; n, Dr. 11. Gruber is :ils0 a ll admissions and all mutuel petMy Laddie offspring that rul. nt of the "Institute of ForC( ntapcSi tn0 track receiving not: the West FlagU-r pack eign R which gives an ing at a]| from th( ,] ay s m ee: fully through more than threeadded importance to his trip. Tropical Park officials inaugura: fourths of the meeting, will have Dr. Gruber will study the ecoe(( the Jay ]ast yoar M B f; rr %  anj friends in the crowd, as will nomic and financial conditions here c i 08e to a splendid season andqnl Irishman and Miss Traffic Court, and leliver lecture-about the ft j c sunl f or tne re ]i e f 0 f & all of whom are capable of going econoi on in Poland. ]oca] n ,,J (ly was ra i 8e d. It is eithe long Derby route. The "P. K. O." or Polish Postal t0( thn j much morc willberei A gala card is being arranged most imporiz( ( tnis yeWj with leading d for the closing night with a toptant financial h t Poland, Beng am we if are workers of tte notch hurdle race providing the which in ten yearhas grown to aroa in charge 0 f distributing tt • ile of the 1935 sea on. • %  • mization funds raised. record holder, is the Derby and his many friend Jacob Schiff, owner of Schiff's Delicatessen and Kosher Mar; Miami and Miami Beach, is the local distributor for Horowitz-Margareten Matzos and all Pas products. This firm has an enviable reputation for the < lency of its products and, in tion to itmatzos, matzo meal, produces for the Passover mark-t teas, coffees and other staple lines of foods. Under the direction of Mr. Schiff the consumption of Horowitz-Margarcton Matzos and food products has increased con ably during the past several year.-. i The products may be obtained at all leading grocers and markets. • • • A special meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held at the home of its president, Mrs. J. L. Shochet, Tuesday, April 2nd, at 2:30 p. m. Final accounting for the recent Purim dance will be made and plans for the coming activities of the congregation will he announced. The personnel of the nominating committee (cntly appointed to recommend officers for the coming yoar will be announced at this meeting. The Children's Passover Seder will be held on Sunday evening, April 1 I, and will be sponsored by the Fadies' Auxiliary. • • A regular meeting of the Booksin-Brief Club will be held Monday evening, April 1st, at the home of Mrs. Harry Oliphant. Mrs. M. 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Friday, March 20, 1935 THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Three wJewuslh IFBoiridliiann FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY Newt Tower Hide PUBLISHED BVKKY KIUUAT b7 UM JEWISH FLOBIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. I'. O. %  .. 1*71 Mil Pla. Phone 2-53*4 (11 S. W. ISth AT.... KIHTOBIAI. OFFICES: PU.M l-UU J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Bditor KBBl) K. SHOCHBT. ClmUlUl H... ( .r CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative %  %  % %  l c • % %  matter J..4. 1810. at Ui. I'.t Offlc. at Miami. Florida, unilar tha Act of March I. 1879. ST PALM BEACH SAMLKL SCHUTZER ^Representative ST. PBTBR8BUBG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN Representative of Esther were seen during the evening. I). Moscovitz was in charge of the contest. In charge of refreshments were Miss Ethe Joel, Mrs. J. Sloat and Mrs. Ida Feldman. Mrs J. Hackel, M. Rose and B. Baker were in charge of tickets; I. M. Liberman, S. I). Kramer, (). Magczis and B. Setzer on the confectionery committee. Edith Berman, Katie Sachs, Miriam Esses and Edith Weiss were the flower committee. M. Mirkis was general chairman, assisted by 1). Moscovitz, M. Rubin. 11. Selber ami Rabbi M. I). Margolis. ORLANDO IRENK BRAYKRMAN I Representative TAMPA MRS. M. II. KISI.KB Representative WEST FLORIDA BUSINESS AGENT S. G. AROSON 4208 Central Are., Tampa, Fla. Ms M.n.h. 0_Y.., Ml B.HCBIITION tl.M Jl If FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1935 Vol. 8—No. 13 Lack of Vision Why it is that so many of our Jewish leaders act on the impulse of the moment and do things which afterward react unfavorably on (he institutions they represent is beyond explanation. I Recently there was held a banquet honoring Rabbi Isserman. who came here for the United Jewish Appeal. Why it was necessary to do this at a treifah dinner so that our local Rabbis could not attend, and the reason for this flagrant violation of good taste has until now been without answer. This, in face of the oft adopted resolution of the Zionist organization to the contrary. Another of these unfortunate occurrences happened last Friday night. Some of the officers of the Young Men's Hebrew Association, well intentioned we will admit. h,ad written to the national officials of the Jewish Welfare Hoard asking for a worker to lead them. A gentleman supposedly connected with the Pittsburgh Y. M. H. A., a Mr. 1'asmanek, arrived here last week. He could find no better time to arrange for a meeting than to violate the rules of the organization and hold it on last Friday night. Admitting that only five men attended, the most charitable thing that may be said is that it certainly did not add to the prestige of the local organization. The majority of the officials refused to attend and they are to be commended. Let it be understood that if the Voting Men's Hebrew Association is to receive the support of local Jewry it will not be because of the fact that it is winning basketball games alone. The Y. M. H. A. must be a character building institution certainly it is no character builder if at the very beginning it violates the laws of its own faith. Friday night could have been devoted much more profitably if these same gentlemen hlad attended services at any one of our four religious institutions. As to the gentleman from the North, the least said the better. Let this suffice as a lesson for the future. There is room for a Y. M. H. A. built on a stable and solid foundation of regard for one's faith and beliefs. Jacksonville News The Jewish Cultural League entertained Thursday night at a special membership gathering when a humorous comedy, "Purim High Jinx," was read. Dancing and card games followed. In charge of arrangements were Abe Diamond, Mollie Mizrachi, Bertha Mehlman, Herbert Pankin, Sidney Kail and Edith Weiss. breakfast was served at the I George Washington Hotel. The couple left for a honeymoon tour through the state. They will make their home in New York City. Dr. Israel L. Kaplan officiated at the wedding ceremony uniting Mils Lavinia Dorothy Greenblatt, daughter df Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Greenblatt. to Marks John Waldbaum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Waldbaum of New York, last Wednesday at the bride's home. Following the ceremony a wedding Mrs. M. D. Margolis was in charge of the Purim Carnival at the Centre last week in celebration of Purim. Joe Roman and the Mayflower Orchestra supplied the music for the coronation procession. Queen Esther was crowned out of a class of contestants representing all clubs and activities in the center. Full details will appear in our next issue. The thirty-second annua Purim Ball and Masquerade of the Jacksonville Jewish Centre was held Tuesday evening and was attended by an unusually large audience. Masques and caricatures of the principal characters of the Book Last Friday night a joint service was held at the Jacksonville Community Center by the Centre and the Reform Jewish Congregation. Rabbi Margolis delivered the sermon. Rabbi Kaplan conducted part of the service. Dr. Herman Nurnberg spoKe. The Centre choir rendered a number of selections during the evening. Large crowds enjoyed the carnival gayety of the annual Purim ball and dame for the benefit of the Temple Home at the Mayflower lintel last week. Winners for costumes worn at the masquerade dance: Best combination, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Meyerson; women's class. Miss Vron Oberdorfer. Miss Selma Davis and Miss Carroll Davis; men's class, Willie Rosenberg and Leo Mack. The entertainment was under the direction of Halle Cohen, and Herbert Weiss was the master of ceremonies. On the general committee with Mr. Cohen were Joe Morgenstern, Joe Richards and Joe .lacobson. Workers on other |committces were Mrs. Leonard Grunthal, Harold Meyerheim, Barney Witten, Esther Nathan, Rabbi Israel L. Kaplan, L. M. Mack. Eddie Felson, Montague Rosenberg, Harry Sacks, Joe Roman, Mrs. Robert L. Seitner, Mrs. Bertha I.ippman and P. W. Zacharias. Judges of the events were I!. S. Levy, Mrs. R. I.. Seitner, I". W. Zacharias and L. M. Lippman. A ceremony of significance to Congregation Beth HI was held at Main St. and Bradley place, Palm Beach, on Tuesday evening. March 19th, when the presentation of a Sefer Torah was made by Dr. Bertha Scher of New York City in memory of her late brother, Joseph Scher, of Palm Beach. The dedication was opened with a proCOSsion of officers carrying the old scrolls and were met by the incoming new scroll carried by Samuel Scher, brother of the donor. The procession was Kd by Cantor Louis Dayman of Miami singing and chanting a liturgic song for this occasion, accompapied by the orchestra. The Sefer Torah Wai accepted by Rabbi I. W. Muskat in behalf of the Temple, who delivered a short address to the congregation, which was followed by several numbers rendered by Cantor llayman. During the evening the members of the congregation were honored with the opportunity of filling in the concluding letters in the new scroll, which was done by Cantor /. B8man of the Congregation. [Refreshments were served by Beth El Sisterhood and a good time was had by all. St. Petersburg Friday night services of CongB'nai Israel begin at 8 o'clock with the Rabbi preaching on "The Mosaic Dietary Laws and Their Hygienic Character." and prizes were won by Mrs. Harry Cohen, Mrs. J. Wohl, Miss Dorothy Shucoff of Atlanta, Ga., and Miss Ruth Finman. The hostess presented the guest of ho %  with a gift. A salad course was served later in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. S. Simovitz entertained with a dinner Sunday evening at their home in honor of their daughter. Misa Tillye Simovitz. when they announced the engagement of Miss Simovitz to Mr. Larry Waltzer, formerly of New York City. The marriage will take place June Dl h. Miss I.ueile Rosenberg entertained Thursday evening at her residence at a bridge party and lingerie shower to compliment Miss Barbara Seckbach, whoso marriage to Mi'. Donald Fine of Toledo, Ohio, will be an event of next month. Sharing honors with Miss Seckbach was Miss Kuth Fine of Boston, Mass., also a brideelect. Miss Rosenberg was assisted in serving by her mother, Mrs. M. G. Rosenberg. The Daughters of Israel held a successful bridge luncheon last week, which was attended by more than one hundred guests. Prizes awarded for scores were Mrs. T. M. Schneider, Mrs. I. Kramer and Mrs. M. Margol. This affair was pronounced one of the most beautiful ever given by the organisation. Mrs. E. Shorstein was chairman, assisted by Mrs. T. M. Schneider, Mrs. M. Eskin, Mrs. N. H. Shorstein. Mrs. M. Hammerman, Mrs. A. Zoslow, Mrs. Ida Feldman, Mrs. R. Miller. Mrs. H. Silverstein, Mrs. J. Weinstein, Mrs. A. S. Coffin and Miss Ethel Joel. The marriage of Miss Mildred Green and Mr. Alexander Bokar of Tampa will take place Sunday, March 31, at the Woman's Club, Snell Island. Two brothers of the bride, Sam and Harry Green, prominent lawyers of Jamaica, Long Island, will attend; also an aunt, Jennie Rubenfeld of Brooklyn, and Irene Walter of \ew York. Rabbi Kleinfeld will officiate. The Temple Guild Sisterhood of Schaarai Zedek Temple were hostesses to a joint meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of Rodoph Sholom Temple, Tampa section, National Council of Jewish Women and the Junior Council last Wednesday evening at Temple Schaarai Zedek. On the program for the Ladies' Auxiliary of Rodoph Sholoni Temple was little 5-year-old Leonard Gottler, who gave twe recitations; the Council presented the Junior Council in a play with Grace Dyan and Florence Abramovitz, and the Temple Guild Sisterhood of Schaarai Zedek presented Mrs. David Safer, who sang two songs. She was accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Leopold, who has recently composed a song about "Florida," and is fast becoming very popular. Mrs. Leopold is the daughter of Dr. ami Mrs. L. S. Oppenheinu-r. The Herzliah Judean Club held a Purim party at the home of Mrs. M. D. Marglios during which games were enjoyed and refreshments were served. This was the first in a series of parties that will be sponsored by the organization composed of young girls between the ages of ten and twelve. Mrs. Philip I. Lovitz and Miss Rose Leibovitz entertained at bridge luncheon honoring Miss Betty leibovitz, bride-elect. Prizes for high scores were won by Mrs. N. Chepenik, Mrs. B. Berg, Mrs. L. Rosenson, Mrs. H. Weinstine, Mrs. M. Kroman, Mrs. S. Lovitz, Miss Gert Lieberman. The honor guest was presented with a hand made Dasche blush satin bridal set. The Purim Play and Purim Ball of Cong. B'nal Israel was well attended and was both a social and financial BUCC6SB. The cast of the operatta, "Queen Esther": Queen, Toby Rothblatt; Queen Vashti, Hazel Loebel; king, Bernard Fuchs; Carbonai, Buddy Sweet Mordecai, Ely Grossman; jester, Jerome Silverman; herald, William Abrams; scribe, Joel Grossman, and lady of the court, Marie Davis; Zeresh, Hazel Abrams. Personnel 'Persians, Medes and chorus: Philip Benjamin, Donald Rose, Arthur Post, Abram Katz, Israel Abrams, Irene Jacobs, Sylvia Falk, Lillian Blumberg, Phylis Weinstein, Irwin Mandel, Audry Rothblatt, Bernice Rothblatt. Special numbers: Court dancer and soloist, Corine Silverman; Jewish folk songs, Madam Vera Helfenstein; character songs, Philip Benjamin; Miss Jeanett Sierkeese, stage manager. The audience was furnished a beautiful souvenir program arranged by Mr. Morriss Heremer, and wholesome refreshments were served by the Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid Society. Tampa Notes Mrs. Milton Lew of St. Petersburg, the former Miss Lena Stein of Tampa, entertained at the Cricket tearoom recently with a bridge party in honor of Mrs. Max Juster, who was Mi^s Sara Wohl. There were eight tables of bridge Mrs. Mni' Ilershman and Miss Esta Ilershman of Hawkinsville, Ga., have returned to their homes after a visit here with Miss Hcishman's sister. Mrs. Simon Segal. Mis. J. N. Winston and daughter, Miss Einilie Winston, who have been here for several weeks visiting Mrs. Winston's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Maas of S. Boulevard, have left for their home in New York City. Edna Ferber Enthusiastic About Palestine; Found Tel Aviv Hideous, Jerusalem Fascinating New York—Jerusalem is extremely fascinating because of the paradox between the modern business development and the biblical setting, but Tel Aviv is hideous, "perhaps because it is just in the making," Edna Ferber, famous American Jewish novelist, declared on her return from a world cruise during which she visited Palestine for the first time. She said that the King David Hotel in Jerusalem was the finest she had ever been in. Miss Ferber was enthusiastic about the chalutzim, whom she called earnest and sincere. The women pioneers impressed her as "amazons." She also said that the presence of so many world-famous German-Jewish doctors and scientists indicated that something of the utmost importance was being done in Palestine. Miss Ferber said, too, that she was not sure whether she would write anything about Palestine, but she indicated her intention to return for a more lengthy visit.



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Pmje Six THE JEWISH FL0B1DIAN Friday, March 29 JKaMo ftynuf&g bulletin Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Founder -nd Director. Radio SynftffoK of Am-rica SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI. FLORIDA Vol. V. SI NDAY, MARCH 21. 1939 No. 15 i> M to mon Youth Experiments Scripture Reading, Leviticus, Chapter X. Verses l-">. Inclusive Nadab and Abihu, the sons <>f Aaron, died in order that the youth follow them, the children of subsequent generations, might „,„re respect Tor established laws. These two, dissatisfied with the teachings of their elders, experimented with "strange fire, and Buffered the consequences. That seems cruel, unless we understand the tuation. Youth is the period of doubt, the ap;e of venturing into strange the nspired years of seeking for improvement. In the fields of mechai i ei jineering, science and in other materialistic branches of study, there is room for improvement. But. all these improvements are nol really inventions by human beings, not their creations—but, rather, their "discoveries of the application of certain established laws which, until that time, had been unknown to them. There are. however, tain Cosmic Laws, certain Universal Truths, which may not be forces which are incomprehensible to man. louth. which is a period of immaturity, either fails or refuses to recognise this as a truth. It was in this type of experiment that Nadab and Abihu w iged. W:, %  toys with the laws of life, violating them, failing to exercise thi i roper care and precautions, one invites disaster. When one .; physical experiments, one often escapes punishment, in innocent byi suffers. 1 can still renumber the bursted ts in the chemistry laboratory, when the pass cut those g tai the experimenter— but did him no harm. I recall the i len a piece of sodium flew off the surface of a tray, too .. th water, and burnt the cheek of B ng si ident, while the cai • %  %  •''• unscathed. These things, I say, n, and do happen, in the field of physical and chemii a The perpetrator escapes while others suffer. But. rel |y visits the one guilty of experimenting with Lifes Laws. Nadab and Abihu were drunk with their own ambitions. I:. : %  could not wail for full instructions from Moses and Aaron. They pro• i "on their own" that thay might be prepared to Kad the in anti ipation of the deaths of M Bes and Aaron. They did not know any a coll has died and his hide has I as a cover for his mother's back." Age does not always precede youth to the The precepts, laws, conventions, admonitions, cautions and i mandments contained in re'.: si u tion have but one main objective to teach man how to live, that he may receive and i ta n the greatest amount of good) out of life. Thai .nol selfish, for it :s premised, in a great degree, on the service one %  s. Youth, in its immaturity, looking only forward, forgetful of the past and its lessons, frowning upon the restrictions placed upon it by the wisdom of its eldiis. not conscious of itown limitations, rushes in "where angels i"< ar to tread." I hold no brief for age. I make no plea that age be respected lor age's sake alone. I do, however, take cognizance of the fact that, in the Hebrew, at least, age is synonymous with luisition of wisdom and understan ling. The advice of one who has travelled the road upon wheh I plan to set out is valuable to me. That one knows the bad spots, the detours and the smooth sections of the road. To ignore tiggestions, to pav no heed to the road map he has prepared, is the height of folly. And. in the final analysis, that's all that religious instruction really is a road map of Life, la the good roads, mark,,• detours, ;es, crossings and dirt roads. In many of us are wandering, without guidance, gropii thi dark, in search of tl ss which would had we studii I a ma] n we ventured forth But. „n, w< ur own trails, to be our own path:.: It is oi strengtl i mt in vain attempts I t | lr | .v much of agony we might nav€ i credence in the prepared Bui 5 uthful. Ex] aid that s to do 1 wn i When the %  youth. ... How many of us, honest with ours< elves, .: no one else, th'at w t having not taken the advice %  :' i ar parents and elder-. That regret i born not of leasures, bul f pa ns. We recall how %  • %  >" %  the admonil nines given u We believed that the • 'her< n would not to us. Oh.no. W wise. But. were we. Religion originally gave us true din ;ng. These truths still exist in n rm. But. unfortui eautiful gi of ri ".'• %  oi en choked up with 1 Is of th< ogy, misconceptions, capped with childish dreams that have neither rhyme noi %  ason. Man'.egotism is : for this wild growth. With it all. with all its nonmade, man that one m.... youth is without foundation. Its experimenting is no more than a useless exposing of one's self to unnecessary hazards on an otherwise safe journey. ,, Far too manv sacrifice themselves in needless and useless experimenting with Life. It is a waste of time and energy to search for that which is nlreadv known. It is greater folly to openly and knowingly violate the established Cosmic Laws. It cannot be done with impunity. Religious teachings, obedience to religious laws, offer the safest course to be followed if one desire peace, contentment and happiness. Very often it is not Life that causes you concern. Your moods may be the result of your own actions or thoughts. Richard Wightman has said, "Your greatest problem is yourself. You are also your greatest treasure. If you can get yourself determined upon—find out what vou are and what vou are for—and if you can discover and deHad No Part in School Cloatag \ WOrt sent abroad Uon. th at the Jewish wa rcsponsibl no jurisdiction over the SYNAGOG oi a school in the Saba because oi Rabbi S. M. Ma< il and.:.. tl Rad will preach 0V( f WIOD Bl nine o'clock on Sunday n -A Coa be prayers, mus Ing and a : f t tool con,ri. ealedheretobecom.. : foundation, since Palestine has mmmmmmmmii %  30NEM. Sb..**Jev&dOto+ "Miami's Finest Slice Store' HMMMM"* At All Good Stores Ask for NEW YORK BREAD ROBBINS HOOFING SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers since 1019. Inspections and Estimates Vret. 222 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-3706 S IN JACKSONVILLE EAT AT i;, s Kosher Restaurant 507 LAURA ST. te I hen Bros. Dept. Si >re) •EN ALL HOURS Wkite Oak Leather HALF SOLES ..50c LADIES' HEELS |j. Atlantic Shew Shop !• N. R. First Araaat Op>. Cortes Ilotal ild growth. W ith it all, with all its non-essentials anu manl-injected ideology, the true charted'course can still be read. nav live with Life's laws and enjoy living. The despair o! ,*. %  %  fi. u u .l_..-ll. <