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The Jewish Floridian ( April 5, 1935 )

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€ Jewish IFlaridliai in % combining THE JEWISH UNITY FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY Vol. 8—No. II MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1935 Price Five Cent* Y. M. H. A. to Hold Smoker The Young Men's Hebrew Association is sponsoring a smoker at its clubrooms next Wednesday evening, April lnih, which all members and friends are urged to attend. Member"I" the basketball team, who won the gold medal tournament in the V. M. ('. A. League and the Miami Beach League, will be quests of honor. The basketball learn recently completed one of the most successful seasons in its history and won tho championship title between leading teams of the different leagues Members of the team were awarded medals, and the organization received a handsome silver loving cup to commemorate the victory. Mickey Lubol, center of the team, was recently named the outstanding player in this area, and both he and Sam Bornstcin were selected for the all-city team. I!. Sirkin, A Cutler and I'. A. I'allott are in charge of arrangements for theevening and will present a program including addresses by some of the leading sport enthusiasts ii the city. A new trophy ease will be presented to the club by Messrs. Philip Berkowitz and I!. Sirkin. Refreshments will be served. B'Nai B'Rith to Hear Speakers Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith, Miami, is sponsoring a social evening at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall, N. W. :!rd ave. and lind st., on Tuesday evening, April nth, beginning at 8 o'clock All members and their ladies are invited to attend. Among the guest speakers will be Jos. Salus of Philadelphia, Sam Goldstein, an active worker and president of the I'alm Beach Lodge. Mrs. William Friedman will be soloist and will be accompanied at the piano by Mrs. I'll. SUberman. Olier eue-t artists will be heard during the evening. Refreshments will follow the formal program. In charge of arrangements are Mcsdamcs lien I.eivine, Elroy Stone, Isaac Levin, Willirfm Friedman, Lewis Brown, H. H. Farr, Nathan Adelman, \V. Nadelweiss, S. c. My., and Kd Friedman. Jr. Hadassah to Study Zionism Jewish contributions to the development of America will be the subject of study and discussion among 10,000 Jewish girls, members of Junior Hadassah in all parts of the country during April. Miss Kstelle WeJSS of Chicago, III., is preparing a brief history of the outstanding .Jewish activities in the United States from the time of the discovery of America to the present day. The survey will trace the part that American .lews took in the Revolutionary War and in the Civil War and will lescribe the waves of Jewish immigration to America from various countries of Europe. Outstanding personalities that have shaped the direction of Jewish organizational work in this country will be given special attention. The development of the Zionist movement in America will he stressed and in that connection the life and work of Supreme Court Justice l.ouis 1). Brandeis, and other notablewill be considered. The subject to be studied in April in the 200 units of Junior Hadassah is one of a series for the entire year under the topic, "Outstanding Zionist Personalities." Kach month a different chapter is studied and discussed by members of the units. "These monthly discussions have been instrumental in spreading among the Jewish youth of America a wider knowledge of Jewish lit'.' and affairs," -aid Miss Bernstein, executive secretary of Junior Hadassah. "The numerous requests for study material which the national office receives from Junior Hadassah groups and outside organizations and individuals is evidence of a more extensive and deeper interest in Jewish problems and in Zionism and the development of Palestine among American Jewish youth." Finds Chemical For Youth PERITZ SCHEINBERG Junior Cantor, Beth David Cong.. Will Preach Closing Sermon Gala Concert Attracts Many More than four hundred residents and tourists attended the annual musicale presented through the efforts of Cantor Boris Schlachman last Sunday at Beth Jacob Synagogue. Prof. I.. Portnoff was given an ovation for his splendid violin renditions, as was Cantor Boris Schlachman, who was forced to give Several encores. A feature of the evening was ten-year-old Irving Ginsburg, Junior Cantor of Beth David Synagogue. Appearing during the evening were Mrs. Barmy Kraft and Miss Sylvia Shapiro In vocal -elections, Miss James in an accordian solo, and B. B. B. in a humorous talk. Accompanists a: the piano during the evening were Mrs. Iloris Adler and Miss Cohen. Cantor Boris Schlachman was master of ceremonies. Young Judaea To Celebrate New York—Young Judaea, the foremost Jewish youth organization in the country, will celebrate its twenty-fifth anniversary, according to an announcement by David Levine, national president. A silver jubilee dinner, which is | being sponsored by outstanding Jewish leaders in the country, will i be held on Sunday evening, May 6, to mark the occasion. Judge Julian W. Mack is honorary chairman of the dinner committee and M. Maidwin Fertig, adviser to President Roosevelt when he was governor of New York, is chairman. The junior Zionist organization of America, as Young Judaea is generally identified, was founded by the late Professor Friedlander and Dr. Julian L. Magncs, chancellor of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. It was their aim to establish a youth organization that would offer to American boys and girls an opportunity to obtain a truly Jewish background. Socially and culturally, Y'oung Judaea was to provide them with an understanding and appreciation of the fundamentals of Jewish life. Today there are more than 700 Young Judaea clubs throughout the country with a membership of more than 15,000 boys and girls from the age of 10 to 18. Young Judaea has undertaken j the support of a Scout fund in Palestine, known as Keren Hanoar. Through this medium Jewish children in the United States are able to participate directly in the work of rebuilding Palestine, and establish relations of friendship with Jewish youth in the Homeland. In addition to the dinner in New York, on May 5th, special functions will be held in other parts of the country to observe the twenty-fifth birthday of Young Judaea, Jewish News Around the World Turns Jew as Protest Against Nazi Cruelties Sao Paulo, Brazil—A German settler named Kurt Neuman has adopted the Jewish religion today in protest against the Nazi persecutions of Jews in Germany. llerr -Neuman is one of the oldest colonists in Brazil. He has lived for a number of years in the Jewish agricultural colony, Quatro Irmanos, near Porto Alegre. Soviet Names l.asker Isvetia chess Editor Moscow—Dr. Bmanuel Lasker, former chess champion of the world, has been appointed chess editor of the Izvestia, official organ of the Soviet government. Dr. l.asker will also occupy the post of director of the Moscow Chess Association. The appointments follow Dr. Lasker's recent announcement that he would make his permanent home in Soviet Russia. Three Jewish Scholars Win Belgian Fellowships Former Leader Heads Sisterhood At a meeting of Temple Israel Sisterhood, held at Kaplan Hall last Monday, officers for the coming year Were named. Mrs. Isaac Levin, prominent communal workI er, was elected president. Other officers chosen were: Mrs. K. Max Goldstein, first vice-president; Mrs. J. A. Richter, second vice-president; Mrs. Frank Coret, financial secretary; Mrs. Henry De Castro Williams, recording secretary; Mrs. I. Wolkowsky, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Harry Ncvins, treasurer. The officers will be formally inducted into office at a luncheon to be held at Kaplan Hall the first Monday in May. Vienna A chemical substance which eliminates the necessity of transplanting glands as a means of prolonging youth has been developed in Switzerland by Professor Eugene Steinach, world-famous Austrian Jewish physician, it was announced here. The chemical, which is called progjmon, has already proven successful in extending the fertility of cattle long past the normal period, and Professor Stcinach believes it can be applied without technical difficulties to human beings. Receivership Seen As Result of Bill Washington Deprived of the benefits and financial backing of its holding and service management companies, the Florida Power A Light Company would find itself in receivership within a year, G. C. Kstill, president of the company, said in a statement filed yesArmy and Navy Give Furloughs WashingtonThe United States War and Navy Departments issued an official order this week granting furloughs to Jewish soldiers and sailors enabling them to observe the Passover holidays at their homes. At the same time, the Jewish Welfare Board announced that it will supply Jewish service men with matzoh and will arrange for religious observances for those residing at a distance from their bonus. The board will also arrange Passover observances at outlying points, including China, Manilla. Hawaii. Panama and Haiti. Electrical Show Closes Tomorrow New York — Three American Jewish scholars received fellowship awards from the Commission for Relief in Belgium Educational Foundation, Inc. The three Jewish scholars are Florence Adler, Chicago, to continue research in medieval economic history; Charles Kosenblum, Minneapolis, for research in radium chemistry, and William I.. Schwartz, Palo Alto, Cal., research in French classical drama. Huge Chemical Plant Announced for Palestine 'The electrical and radio exposition at the Cinderella Ballroom has been attracting huge crowds since its opening, today being observed as Homcniakcrs' Day, and will be featured by a session of the cooking school with .Miss Hughetta Armstrong, home economist, in charge. Tomorrow will be the closing day of the exposition and I will be observed as Family Day. Proper lighting is being demonstrated by the Florida Power & Light Company with floor and table lamps. Haifa The largest chemical plant in the Near Bast, which will free Palestine and surrounding countries from the need of European importation, is to be erected in this harbor city shortly, it was learned by Palcor Agency. The plant will have a capital of £1.000,000 and Is being established on tininitiative of the British Chemical Industries, Ltd., and a group of overseas Jewish manufacturers. United States Third in Palestine Imports terday with the house interstate and foreign commerce committee. The statement is in protest of the Rayburn bill, which, by demoralizng his company, he said, would %  ndanger present electric rates and %  ause great losses to his security %  wners. Jewish Brigade Guests of King Glasgow—King George will celebrate the silver jubilee of his reign this coming May to the tune of bagpipes played by the bagpipers of the Jewish Lads' Brigade of Glasgow, who recently won the bagpiper championship of Scot' land. The Glasgow boys, the only Jewish bagpipers 5n the world, have been invited to London for the jubilee festivities. Jerusalem The United states 'a occupying third place in Palestine imports, it was disclosed when figures on Palestine imports for 1U34 were made public. The figures disclose that Palestine import., I $75,000,000 worth of goods during 1934. of these, goods worth over SI 7,1100,000 were imported from England and goods worth $0,500,(1011 fro mthe United States. Germany occupied second place in Palestine imports during 1984. The machinery and merchandise which Palestine imported from Germany during the year amounted to $8,500,000, according to the published figures.



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Page Two THE JEWISH FI.ORIMAN Friday, April B, m A special meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation was held at the home of its president, Mrs. J. L. Shochet, last Tuesday afternoon. A nominating committee was appointed to recommend officers for the coming year. Members of the committee are Mrs. T. Kotkin, Mrs. M. Pallott, Mrs. H. Shulman, H. Traeger and Max Kappaport. The report will be presented at the next meeting, to be held on Tuesday evening, April 9th, when election of officers will take place. Following the business meeting, which will be held at the synagogue, a social hour will be spent. Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom will entertain a number of the juvenile friends of her daughter, Goldie Tamarah, at a birthday party in celebration of her first birthday anniversary at her home next Tuesday afternoon, April i'th. Beth David Sisterhood is sponsoring a card party during Passover week on Sunday evening, April 21st, at its Talmud Torah Hall, when prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. • Senior Hadassah will hold a regular meeting on Monday, April 8th, at 2 p. m., at Kaplan Hall, when a nominating committee to recommend officers for the coming year will be named. A program will be presented with Mis. Arthur Hirtenstein as soloist. A social hour will follow. The public is invited to attend. Election of officers for the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau will be held on Monday afternoon. April loth, at the Mark Store. Following the business meeting a social hour will follow. Oscar Kappaport, son of Mr. Mrs. Max Rappaporl will be Bar Hitzva Saturday morning. April 6th, at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congn g is a student of the Talmu I of the Congregal Ada Merritt Junior Hig Hiparents are a nmunal workers of this area, founders of the Congn > II Ladies' Auxiliary. Mr. R is now chairman of board of thi < i lowing the services, which at 9 a. m.. during which Osca _*-.. <*** Bur dines FOR QUALITY %  j %  i — ..... V,,:> / China and Glass For Passover Rock Crystal Stemware 49 Piece Exquisite, lead-blown rock-crystal goblets, sherbets, iced teas, tumblers, wines, champagnes and cocktails. "Linden" pattern, elaborately cut and polished. 38 j)c. Dinner Set 7.95 32 pc. Dinner Sri 4.49 Service for six (including soup plates) in our lust silling American Earthenware. Dainty floral ".Magnolia" pattern. BURDINE'S MAIN STORK. Ill III FLOOR OSCAR RAI'I'AI'ORT read the entire Sedrah (portion of the law) from the Safer T and recite the Haftoro, the pa will entertain the worshipers at .• Kiddush in the vestry roomof the Congregation. Sunday evening, April 7th. the parents of th Mitzva will be hosts to till their friends at an open house I ning at s o'clock at their dence, 830 X. W. 30th st. Ail friends of the family are il i" attend the services at the Synagogue, and the "open house" at their home. Xo (aids will be 5sued. Most enjoyable Pas over celebrations are being arrang Kraemer's strictly Kosher Restaurant, Miami Beach, according to the proprietor. Cantor Isaac Katz of Detroit, one of the best known cantors in the country, will conduct the Sader both nights and will be assisted by his nine-year-old son, "Pinchik," who will lead in singing; traditional Passover melodies during the course of the eve ning. Special rates are being made for the entire week. The restaurant is under the supervision of the Miami Beach V'aad Hakashruth, with a steady mashgiach always in attendance. During the season it has established a splendid reputation for the excellence of its foods. • Dr. Sarah M. Sidis and her sister, Mrs. A. Federman of New York and Milami, entertained at a luncheon Sunday for a group interested in a movement to establish a home for convalescent children at Miami Beach. Their guests included Mrs. M. D. Kirsch, Mrs. A. Greenfield, Mrs. 0. Rosenberg, Mrs. M. Chisling, Ml s. Manheiner, Mrs. I., K. J, Mrs. A. Heller. Mrs. K. Kreiger, Mrs. R. Mandel. Mrs. ]), Blackshear. Mrs. A. Spiro, Mrs. A. Sandier, Mrs. Herman Stern, Mrs. I. Hirschfield, Mrs. P. Perlman, Mrs. S. Heller, Mrs. I. Cohen and Mrs. M. Dubler. BS ;; t her h.nhday %  ., Miriam Scheinberg, Of Mr. and Mrs. P. was given a birthday Mayfair Lane last lavender flowere used on the at centered with a i the Feldman, ra Etzel, Mary Frances WilAni a Bearman, Hazel Cos-ner. Helen Wilson, er, Malcolm Magid, '' Barbara Wilson, Shir.: id ilyir.an Schein ten M a t z o s %  .... ii aie being distributed locally through Jacob —n. with stores 'ami and Miami Beach, will a: all leading store* in this at prices far below ;. rding uncement made this week Mr. Schiff. "We feel that the a low price so •.hey may enjoy the excellent :jced by HorowitzMargareten and I am happy to be able to make this announcement v prices," said Mr. Sehiff. In addition to the matzos, matso meal, etc., the firm also produces teas, ffees and other lines of foods '•er holidays. A .. %  • party is being I • by the girls" division of the Y. M. 11. A. Tickets may be obtained from any member of the commitarrangements Dubler and ; • -. • • Mrs. Harry Kauffman is chairman a : Juliu Simpson as%  n of a comn %  • f Temple I hood, makIHR a' nts for a Sader to Kaplan Hall, according to plans announced this week. F details will appear in oui issue. A farewell party was held J cently at the home of MisShaff in honor of Marty and F> elyn Beckerman. Following gamt delicious refreshments at a late hour. were serv^l Plans are being completed f.| the annual Children's Miami Jewish Orthodox CongregJ tion, which will be held at frl Synagogue on Sunday aftemooj April 14th. Pupils of the TalmJ Torah and Sunday school will C0 J duct the complete Sader ritual der the supervision of Rabbi JuHmj Washer. A committee of the La. dies' Auxiliary of the Congre?ation will provide refreshments k the children. • • • The Misses Toots Gross and Rut: Sontag were hostesses at a po-l sonal shower Wednesday evening at the home of Miss Sontag in he* • or of Miss Sylvia Fair, bride-ek. of Harry H. Solomon of Patersor.. X. J. Bridge and poken played with prizes for high scon] being awarded to Mrs. Willianl Capland and consolation prize ti Mrs. Aaron Farr. A buffet supl per was served to the seven:. guests present. This is the fir-: [ of a series of events being givet,, in honor of Miss Farr. • • An important meeting of theeil ecutive board of Beth Darid Sis-I terhood will be held next Wednes-3 day, April 10th, when the board I will meet at luncheon at BethDi-j vid Talmud Torah at 12:. Mesdames L. J. Hartz and Harr; Oliphant as the hostesses. Follow-1 ing the board meeting then general meeting of the entir* 1 membership at 2 p. m., when tb report of the nominating commi:-| tee will be presented and I of officers for the coming yw-'j will be held. All members ar-j urged to attend. Saks Fifth Jvenue OUR FINAL CLEARANCE SALES CONTINUE LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH *JI**



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Friday, April 5, 1035 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three wJewlsti fiend Ian FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY New %  Tower Bide PUBLISHED IVKR1 PRIDAT by tin JEWISH PLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. O. *.. J7t Mimmi, Kim. Paoae 2-51*4 W. lit. A..... EDITORIAL ornci l-UM J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FaUaD K. SHOCHET. Clnalatlan Maaaa.r CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative aaatarad • %  aacoad clan matter July 4. 1M0. at tha Poat Offlea at Miami, riortaa. ondar tha Art of March I. 187*. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. H. KISLE1 Representative Hirschberg wore in charge. Symbol of Peace A special membership event was given by the Jewish Cultural League last week when Purim High Jinks was read. The following participated: Manny Rosenberg, King Ahasuerus; Abe Rothstein, jester; Abe Diamond, champerlain, Bigthan, and Theresh; Herbert I'ankin. courtier and Mordecai; Tibby Hackel, Vashti; Solomon Cherniak, Hainan; Edith Weiss, Zeresh; Bernise Klepper. Esther, and Mrs. Abe Rothstein, the announcer. Dancing and card games followed the play reading. Tables were set for bridge. Michigan rummy, pokeno, poker, etc. Delicious refreshments were served. The Jewish Cultural League is an organization formed by Rabbi Morris 1). Margolis, with the purpose to foster Jewish culture among the young Jewish men and women of the city. The league has presented a number of interesting speakers during the past season, among them being Judge W. S. Criswell, Lyman P. Prior, Harry Katz, Carl Bohnenberg and Solomon E. Cherniak. The league is open to young men and women of the Jewish faith between the ages of 18 and 2"> years. The following were in charge: Abe Diamond, chairman; Sidney Kass, Herbert I'ankin, Mollie Miz. rachi, Bertha Mehlman and Edith Weiss. The tenth anniversary of the Hebrew University on Mt. Miss Saia K Finkelstein, a Scopus, which will be celebrated throughout the world next freshman at Wellesley College, week, marks a milestone in modern Jewish history. When Wellesley, Mass., and Eli Finkelthe idea of a Hebrew University in Palestine was projected i s tcin senior in the Law School, some thirty years ago it was ridiculed. The "practical" and Washington and U-e University, "logical" commentators laughed at the very thought of an Lexington, Va., are spending the institute of higher learning in a country wheh needed water, Spring holidays with their brothsanitation, intensive cultivation, not to forget a Jewish poper-.n-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. illation. It will be remembered that the corner stone of the | Jonn B 8ears in Boston, Mass Hebrew 1'niversity was laid on Mt. Scopus during the World War as sublime faith that a day would dawn when the law would again come from Zion. j The establishment and maintenance of the University in Jerusalem is a tremendous tour de force. Its continuous expansion is nothing short of a miracle. Since the advent of Hitler a number of the outstanding German Jewish scientists ter visitors lure, have returned to have joined the faculty of the Hebrew University. New retheir home in Boston. While here search departments and laboratories have been made availthey were the guests of Mr. and able. Dormitories for students, a stadium for collegiate Mrs. E. Bonim. sports, and an up-to-date universty medical center are some j of the recent additions to the Hebrew University. I The Hebrew University is a recognized institution throughout the world. At this time when a large portion of the globe is enveloped by dark clouds of impending wars Orlando Notes Mr. and Mrs. L. Goldberg, winMrs. I. '/.. Kessler, Mrs. Aaron Bilgore and Mrs. O. Marcus were hostesses recently at a luncheon and miscellaneous shower at the Cricket tea room, given in honor of Miss Barbara R. Seckbach, whose wedding to Mr. Donald E. Fine will be an event of next Sunday. The tables were centered with crystal baskets filled with pink and white sweetpeas and this coN or scheme was carried out in all other appointments. Bridal place cards were used and the honoree's place was marked with a tiny bride and groom. At the conclusion of luncheon, Hosalyn Kessler, young daughter of one of the hostesses, presented the gifts to Miss Seckbach. Miss Seckbach was a guest in St. Petersburg Saturday night, when she shared honors with her fiance's sister, Miss Fine, at a cocktail party which was given in that city. Mr. and Mrs. Seckbach, parents of the bride-elect, will entertain at a buffet supper Saturday evening following the rehearsal. This affair will be given at their home. Guests will include only the members of the wedding party and a few close friends. The wedding will take place Sunday evening at 7 o'clock at the Sjhaarai Zedek Temple and will be followed by a formal reception which will be given by Mr. and Mrs. Seckbach at their home. Miss Sylvia Dubin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dubin, and Mr. Bill Neuman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Neuman of St. Petersburg, Fla., were married Sunday afternoon at the home of the bride's parents, with Rabbi Adolph Burger officiating. Mr. and Mis. Xeuinan left later in the evening on their wedding trip and will make their home in St. Petersburg, where Mr. Xeuman is engaged in business. St. Petersburg Services at Congiegation B'lllii Israel will be held Friday at 8 p. m. Rabbi Alexander S. Kleinfeld will speak on "The Call of the NonSectarian Anti-Nazi League." Saturday morning services begin at '.> o'clock. The wedding of Mr. Singleman of Boston. Mass.. and Miss Ruth Fein of Dayton, Ohio, took place on Tuesday, April 2, at the Women's Club, Siull Island. There were many guests and relatives from the New England states and Ohio. A regular dinner was served in the beautiful dining room, which was elaborately decorated. Rabbi Kleinfeld performed the ceremony. Mis. M. I.. Morrison returned to Bcisiim after a stay here. Mr. David Goldman of St. Petersburg, Fla., is the guest of his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wittner. Mrs. Kate I'erlman left for PasBaic, N. J.. where she will be the guest of her daughter and son-inMrs. I.. Ebbenstein returned to ^H conflicts the University mi Mt. Scopus more than ever :-it with her stands out as a symbol of peace. Its tenth anniversary parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Bonim. |law, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Schoen of should be rightfully celebrated by all those who believe in the victory of learning and enlightenment over might and Militarism. Jacksonville News BBinior Hadassah sponsored a party at the home of Mr. and Harry Finkelstein last Wedix -day evening. Prizes were awarded for high scores and delicious refreshments were served. Botkowsky, Kate Bandrimmer, Bueholtz and Charlotte Davis were on the committee. r An evening of unusual entertainment was provided last week by I^Hjunior Progressive Society at |Y. M. 11. A. when its Barn ce was held. Miss Miriam Carlton was general chairman and was assisted by Ruth Lipson, Rose GHekstoin, Charlie Levine and Morris Berkowitz. The Temple Sisterhood met Tuesday at the Temple Home, when the report of the lominating committee was pic en ted. Election of officers followed. Mrs. Arthur Rosen thai reviewed Newman's "Another Caesar." Mrs. Virginia Johnston sang. Mrs. Harry Gerbert presided. Plans for the publication of its annual year book were formulated last Wednesday at a meeting of the Daughters in Israel. The or| that city. She will return to TaniMrs. J. Harris and daughter, p a some time in October. turned to New York Friday after a three months' visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Waterman entertained at an open house Friday Orlando Lodge, B'nai B'rith, is evening at their residence. No forsponsoring a benefit to be held mal invitations were issued to this soon. All funds will be given to function. A number of friends ganization will hold a card party the charity institutions of Orlando, anil relatives called during the eveat the center Tuesday, April !th, with Mesdames I. Kramer and S. Mr. I.. Wolley and daughter and 1). Kramer as the hostesses. The son, Ruth and George, returned t" ChildrenPassover Sader will be Orlando from New Jersey. held on Sunday, April 21st, with the following ladies in charge: Mrs. '. Mrs. 11. Kattelman and children, H. Stillman and Mrs. O. Magezis, Ilendalyn, Sanders. Miriam, Florning. general chairman; Mrs. I). Wernicoff, A. Stein, Hoffenbcrg, J. Spivak, M. Feldman, R. Miller, F. Soforenko and M. Margolis. Mrs. B. Becker and Mrs. A. Hoffenberg were hostesses. ence and Miss Hilda Copton, spent Sunday at Lakeside. Mrs. Morris Wilson of Ocala spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. J. Becker. Mrs. B. Safer spent some time in Jacksonville this week. Miss Beatrice Lieberman celebrated her birthday last Sunday. A splendid musical program was given last week in the Home for the Aged by Berte Long and Mrs. Herbert Zacharias under the auspices of the Sunshine Committee of the Temple Sisterhood. Mr. and Mrs. M. Baker and About seventy-five guests endaughter, Lucille, spent Sunday in joyed the supper held at the Tern' pie Home last week, sponsored by Circles 6 and 7 of the Temple SisA meeting of the 101 Club was terhood. Following supper cards ^ cM recently in the home ot Mor were enjoyed. Mrs. Sam Rosenvis Haiwowitz. Pearl Safer, forberg, Mrs. Simpson Walker, Mrs. | mer president, installed the newly Joe Schulofer and Mrs. Barney I elected officers. Two guests, HenRADIO SYNAGOG Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and director of the Radio Synagog, will preach over station WIOD at nine o'clock on Sunday morning on "A Reasonable Faith." There also will be prayers, scripture reading and a question box. rietta and Mickey Harris, were present. Officers installed were: Morris Haimowitz, president; Beatrice Lieberman, vice-president; Dorothy Baker, secretary; Jack "Shugie" Kamenoff, treasurer; Abe Kamenoff, sergeant-at-arms; Pearl Safer, reporter; Lucille Baker, committee chairman. Mr. Leon Sobel, sexton of B'nai Israel, announces the birth of a son. The Bris took place on Wednesday, April 3, at the B'nai Israel Synagogue. All the members were invited and the Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid Society, in connection with the Judaic Council, were the hostesses. Tallahassee Notes Iota Chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon, which is found at the Florida State College for Women, is the only Jewish National Social Sorority in Florida. Miami boasts of many alumna, active members and pledges. Iota has just elected the following officers for the ensuing year: Regina, Ruth Feinberg, Lake Wales; Vice-Kcgina, Adeline Goldstein, Palm Beach; secretary, Gladys Abenson, Miami Beach; treasurer, Ethel Mintzer, Miami Beach. Other officers are: Social secretary, Elaine Klepper, Orlando; pledge mother. Janice Brill, Miami Beach; Pan-Hellenic representative. Edna Feinberg, Qiiincy; reporter. Mirian Stein, Miami Beach. Delta Phi Epsilon has been very outstanding in campus activities. Ruth Feinberg, Ethel Mintzer and Evelyn Mertin took an active part on the committee for the annual junior-senior prom, the biggest and most formal event of Hie year. Elaine Klepper has just been elected president of Alpha Chi Alpha, national journalistic honorary. Melvyn Wahnish. in addition to Alpha Chi Alpha, is a member of Chi Delta Phi, national literary honorary. Delta Phi Epsilon was one of the three sororities that participated in annual skit night during the mid-winter festivals. Ruth Feinberg, who has just been re-elected Regina of Iota, has helped put Delta Phi Epsilon in the limelight. Ruth was eligible for mortar board. Mortar board is the highest possible honor that can be awarded any university woman. As yet the results have not been announced. She is serving on the executive council of the college Pan-Hellenic. Ruth is also a member of Phi Beta Sigma, Spanish honorary; Beta Pi Theta, national French honorary, and the local German honorary. Miriam Stein has also just been tapped to the German honorary. Other girls directly affiliated with the sorority are: Ruth Orlin, Miami Beach; Muriel Leibman, Tampa; Florence Trushin. Tallahassee; Pearl Fleet, Live Oak; Lillian Shapiro, Fort Lauderdale; Clara Kramer, Jacksonville, and Evelyn Meitin, Orlando.



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Page Four THE JEWISH FLOBIP1AN Friday, April 5, J Mothers In Israel Recently in Cincinnati Mrs. Arthur L. Rcinhart gave a speech in \\ ise Temple in which she Mked, "Where are the Mothers in iorael?" Doesn't Mrs. Rcinhart know where many Mother.-, in Israel are? Mother in Israel is a very busy woman. There is this bridge table and that which summon.her. Her date hook is full and she is happy that she belongs to six clubs which keep almost every day of the week occupied. Mother in Israel is where Mother m Christendom is these days. She considers how much happier is her life than was thai of her mother, who looked after her home day in and day cut and made it a point to be home when the childn n i an i fi m What was her mother's life, particularly on i %  laj -" She very early on Fridays to make ready. Then was the fish to cook. the house to clean, the bread and cake to bake, the candlesticks to polish i %  -.:. dawi to dusk she wai at these ta.-k.-, the poor woman. Only in the last hour she gave herself enough time to bathe and dress. How pitiful was he:' concept of pleasure, she ered it pl< %  >ugh when. Friday's work being all done, when she was dressed, she stood before her glittering candlesticks g the blessing. All her rh was directed to this happy end. Mother in l.-rael looks back sadIj at all her mother missed. Giving all her time to her household, she never learned one card from another. To se< a high polish on the candlesticks was what making a grand slam is to Mother in Israel. "Oh," sighs Mother in Israel, "the poor dear never had much of life. She was like a slave to he! house, especially on Friday." Mother in Israel knows how to do with Friday. Friday she has a club date which she really enjoys more than any of the other wive. This club contains player? who are worthy of her mettle; particularly in the Monday club the players give her a pain. It is after five when Mother in Israel is through with Friday's bridge. Her husband Is already home when she arrives. Hi bit old-fashioned in his ways; in his nostrils still lingers the fragrance of Friday's fish and white that hi' gathered in his mother'.time; his eyes have kept the glitter of candlesticks. "Fridays at least you should stay home." he says, as he does almost on every Friday. "Can't you put on a new tune?" she asks. "Well, you ran give at least Friday to your home." "I'm not going to be a slave to Friday a.your mother was." "My mother was no Blave to It .1her happiest 1: j ... think I'm going to stay home and rook and bake and polish all day ." "I'm just asking you to stay day." "Well, you're not going t demn me to your mother's life." So it goes in Mother in Israel's house. Friday's meal haared by the maid. Her mothrass candlesticks gather tarnish in the attic. The meal is quickly over, for Mother in Is• rtain arrangeTonight,she says, "we are going < ut for a game. ( an't "' stay horn. asks. ..].j | e ft Ji I i you W grht." ••But at .ing ui "It seen i to me acquainted with our childn Hut Mother ,!i Israi her coat on • %  "Gel tl of the garag Where are the Mothl rael'.' Well, it's time they were coming home from hies. The Old ting green in the;? att Sabbath bi at th< (.'.host.of thl their cold houses, heads "IV.: Tstl Itl lifl V tar,!.-! (';,!.:-' W .. come of the holy thing Their chi school "Wh( Israel?" Mothei in Isra in the Monday l lub, th< 1 a the Wednesday Club, the Thursday Club Mother in Israel w n't 5:30. Their hu band "Whi %  thi i in Israel '.'" ... Mothei ii 1 si .• home any minute now. Mother in 1st She seeketl I am. And worketh bridge table. is like the eagle; Shi' seeth the tru: ... • | rise from the table .. %  hour, ling until -he has won. %  ltht .. :to the the winning r his •' %  ^e door %  %  THE BELVEDERE HOTEL 843 Euclid Ave. MIAMI BEACH Founded by the Late Mrs. Ida Fi-hkin. First to Br;ng a K Hot, | Miami) Will Be Open for the SADERS APRIL 17-1 and the ENTIRE PASSOVER WEEK REASONABLE RATES Sadi r Conducted b\ Cantor Horis Schlachman W. L. PHILBR1CK Director of Funerals Serving Greater Miami PRIVATE SEDAN AMBULANCE SERVICE 1357 Collins Are. Miami Beaeh Phone 5-3311 660 West Flakier St. Miami Phone 2-3456 ~s FOR FRESH P~ SEA FOODS STOP AT CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Our Fiah are the freshest — Caught by our own boats daily If It 1 Baa Food. *•• bars it at Ita vrj hast, aad at attraitlraly low prieca. Oar %  •tao* of kaadllar aad aalliac Sea Faad U ta obaarraara vita all taa aaaitary rmla %  rrlUoma. HANSON ROOFING CO. Roofing and Sheet Metal Contractor (In All Its Brai hes) Phone M831 328 N. E. 13th St. New Low Prices on All AUTO GLASS Example: Any Chevr .. I W Installed Complete— Crystal S2.7."i Plate (;iass 3.50 SHATTERPROOF Sill I I $4.25 SHATTERPROOF PLATE $8.00 Aut G 121J N. E. 2nd Ave. BINSWANGER & CO. s. Howard B Mgr. MAKE ^(U It KF.SF.in ATIONS GOLDSTEINS and GILBERTS RESTAURANT 645 Collins Ave. MIAMI BEA< II • • • For the Traditional Saders April 17th and ISth Conducted by Cantor Louis Goldberg Of Atlantic City PRICES REASONABLE Phone 5-9849 \c Dishes \\j|| Be I Red She openeth her mouth to b| And the law of Culk-.tson Lenz is on her tongue. Her children rise up t„ C| "Where is Mother in Israel no*4 Though Mothers in Israel where Mothers in Christendom *] I shall trouble myself on acco, of Mothers in Christendom or* after Mothers in Israel have (Continued on Pi SCHIFF'S Delicatessen & Kosher Market 618 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Phone 5-3751 169 N. W. 5th St.. Miami WILL SUPPLY YOUR EVERY PASSOVER NKED \ i omplete I ine of Everything You Need in Passowr Foods KOSHER WINES A lull I ine of Strictly Kosher Passover Dairy Products STRICTLY FRESH FLORIDA EGGS Fresh From the Farm All. ATTRACTIVELY PRICED • > W %  'v \* / 0/ .<* -CV vV-iV ,,% .? 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Friday, April 5, 1935 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five Announcements TEMPLE ISRAEL OF HUB (Reform) Will N. B. NineUeath St. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, RbU This Friday evening the regular Friday evening services, which Theld weekly at 8:15 o'clock, |be dedicated to the new memwho have joined Temple Is^^| in the past few weeks. It C be called New Members' WelService. Mr. Herman Wall, chairman of the membership committee, and Mr. Isaac I-evin, viceprtaident of the congregation, in the absence of Mr. Apte, the president, will welcome the new memben. A committee of welcome will be in attendance. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will speak on the subject, "The Past, Present and Future of Temple Israel." Saturday inclining services are ^ ld at M o'clock in Kaplan Hall. ie subject of Dr. Kaplan's Saturday morning si-nnonette is "Clean and l.'nclcan." %  KTH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 13 S. W. Third Ave. MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Concluding late services for the season will be held tonight at 8:15 the Junior Congregation of David in charge of the servJunior Rabbi Peritz Scheinwill preach on "A Challenge puth." Junior Cantor Irving Ginsbum will chant the Maariv services, with Cantor Nathan Wroobcl chanting a solo during the evening. Rabbi Shapiro will speak briefly at the conclusion of the SIM vices. Saturday morning services begin at 8:.'i0, with the Junior Congregation meeting at 10:30. The liar Mitzva Club meets every Sunday morning at 8 o'clock for services, followed by breakfast. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi Late services begin at 8:15 p. m., when the Rahb/i wi|l speak on "Maimonicles and His Times." Cantor Boris Schlaehman will chant the services and lead the congregational singing. Saturday morning Services begin at 8:30, with the Rabbi preaching in Yiddish. Mincha services begin at 4:30 p. m. with the Cbevra Thilim, Shalosh Saudah ami .Maariv services following. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 15*5 8. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi curately and is intended for use in all Reform Synagogues, although it can also be used in the Conservative ritual. It is hoped that choir leaders and musical directors will tune in on this service. Cantor Isadore Weinstock and the choir of Central Synagogue have sung this music twice at the Temple. Rabbi Jonah B. Wise will officiate at the service and preach every Saturday evening in April. Burdine's Jewish section on the fourth floor of its main store is attracting favorable attention and many visitors with its Passover display. A complete Sader table has been set, as shown above, with the traditional wines, mat/.os and other requisites, including the llaggodoh. Wine is shown for display purposes only, no wine being sold by Burdine's. A visit to the Jewish section with its many traditional ceremonial objects, books and Palestinian articles, is of great educational value, and many are bringing their children to acquaint them with these ceremonial objects for the home and Synagogue. MOTHER OF ISRAEL (Continued from Page 4) brought home to meet their children, to have their household ready for the Sabbath bride, to bring down the candlesticks from the attic and to polish them, to make a shrine of their homes, to be like the wife of Proverbs (of whom the above is a paraphrase): "Strength and dignity are her clothing. "She openeth her mouth with wisdom; "And tho law of kindness is on her tongue. "She looketh well to the ways of her household, "And eateth not the bread of idleness. "Her children rise up and call her blessed; "Her husband also; and he praiseth her."—American Israelite. ganist. On succeeding Saturday evenings, Cantor Isadore Weinstock and the choir will sing the rest of the service. It is expected that the service will be completed ', during the month of April. This music was especially written for the Union Prayer Book, the ritual of the Reform Synagogue in America. It follows the prayer book acPASSOVER SEDARIM WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 17th THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 18th Will Be Conducted at KRAEMERS STRICTLY KOSHER RESTAURANT By CANTOR I. KATZ and "PINCHIK" KATZ 361 Collins Ave., Miami Reach (4th 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 Regular Friday evening services begin al .">:!.">. Saturday morning services begin at It. Oscar Rappuport, son of Mr. and Mrs, Max Rappaport, will be Bar Mitzva. He will read the entire Scdrah and recite the Ilaftoro, after which be will speak in English. Rabbi Julius Washer will speak briefly to the 1 Bar Mitzva. Following the services the parents of the Bar Mitzva will-entertain the worshipers at a KioMuah in the vestry rooms of the synagogue-. Mincha begins at 5:45, followed lev Maariv. The Unite-el Jewish Laymen's Committee, of which Mr. jFelix Warburg is chairman, announces that the broadcasts during the month of April will be of the Ernest Bloch Service over station W.IZ and affiliated stations on Saturdays from i! to 6:30 p. m., Eastern Standard Time. The soloist on this Saturday's broadcast will be I'lieeh ieb Schorr of the Metropolitan Opera Company. In introducing this magnificent service at Carnegie Hall, April 11, 1934, Mr. Schorr was the soloist, in cooperation with the Schola Cantorum under the guest leadership of the' author, Finest Bloch. Mr. Schorr has consented to sing the ritual and be will be assisted by the choir of Central Synagogue under the direction of Mr. Lazar Weiner and Dr. Mauro-Cottone, OrMake Passover Meals Taste Better PRODUCERS ASS'H PASSOVER FOR QUALITY FISH Buy at REID'S MAX TOBIAS, MGR. : 1715 S. W. 8th St. Pom pa no—Pan Fish Snapper—Yellow Tail Flounder—Trout Kingfish Fillet of AH Kinds A Trial Will Convince You As Usual Ihe Rosedale Delicatessen 170 N. W. Fifth St. WILL SUPPLY YOUR EVERY PASSOVER WANT! A complete line of. Manischewitz, Coodman, London, Horowits-Margareten and Streit Mat/.os. MatSO Meal, Noodles, Coffees, Teas, Sugar, Prunes and Nuts of all Kinds. Spices. Vinegar and Nya Fat EVERYTHING IN THE FOOD LINE MIAMI HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION KOSHER PASSOVER DAIRY PRODUCTS Just as you enjoy our Dairy Products throughout the year, you will appreciate its high quality during the Passover, when these delicious and wholesome necessities will be made available to the Jews of Dade and Broward counties. It is entirely in the spirit of service rather than with the idea of profit, that the convenience of Kosher Passover Dairy Products is offered to you. This service is in appreciation of the Jewish patronage received by us throughout the year. Every letter and principle of Jewish dietary laws is strictly observed, with a mashgiach in residence at the dairy. All religious requirements are under the supervision of: RABKI S. M. MACHTE1 of the Radio SynagOg RABBI DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Beth Jacob Cong.. Miami Beach RABBI JULIUS WASHER. Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong. Mi lami DO NOT DELAY ORDER NOW Call, Write or Phone Home Milk Producers Association 768 N. 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Page Six THE JEWISH FL0B1PIAN Friday, April 5, i 8 oooo 8 •Ratto Jsgnagog bulletin Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Founder and Director. Radio Srnagoc < Amric SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA emotions, are tion. We are ,f the community or of the naVol. V. SUNDAY, MARCH SI, 1886 No. 16 "A Coarse Diet" COMBS F.STAIIMSHKI) 18M y time for inform.llon or HOMES tm adTice. W h beotlful. Kill" r ,1 HMMI In KCll rulllPP'd Ml.im> %  ""' Mm "Miami's Finest Shoe Store DlRl 3-2101 Scripture Reading. Numbers. Chapter XI, Verses 4-9, Inclusive We do not know, today, the nature or the consistency of the manna which the Israelites ate in the Wilderness. Explorers claim to have discovered something which hey believe to be akin to that strange food. The Hebrew legends, however, have recorded some interesting anecdotes and traditions about the manna. It is related that it had the flavor of every conceivable kind of food', and all one had to do •while eating it was to wish for a certain dish and one instantly perceived in manna the taste of the desired food. The quality that was found objectionable by the Israelites was that the manna remained in their bodies. Thev said. "The manna will swell our stomachs, for can there be a human being that takes food without excreting it!' The manna was dissolved in the body and completely assimilated by the system. One could partake of it without injury to the health. The Israelites, misled by the mixed multitude that had attached itself to them at the Exodus, complained of this rare food. They wanted coarse food, food that contained waste. A similar condition crops up at frequent intervals in the lives of people, of nations, of systems of thought, of religions. There are those who object to pure ideals, to unadulterated thoughts, to systems without roughage, without waste, without excretions. When these listen to one who expresses high and noble ideals, they accuse him of being "high-tone," "An impractical dreamer." Practicality, to them, consists of offering something materialistic, something tangible, something which is coarse and which contains indigestible matter to be passed off as waste. Speak to a people of true values in life, values which enhance the beautv of living, but which are mere principles for living, and they scoff "at you. Speak to them of enhancing life through material methods, Bystems which have faults, and which are premised on unstable and irrational rules, and they are eager to try your system. Offer them a nostrum, a quack medicine, an illogical method, and they will fall for it. How far would a political candidate get with the average voter if he promised only that which he knew himself to be capable of delivering after election? He would get nowhere. So, he promises much that will be discarded as waste. He feeds the public on coarse food, on much that is intellectually indigestible, that an alert mind must recognize as unassimilable, as simple roughage for a body unprepared to live on pure food. Pure thoughts, like the manna of old, can sustain life and fill it to the brim with happiness. Thoughts are things. You have but to wish for a thing, to concentrate on it, and, mentally, you will perceive that very thing, will experience all the accompanying sensations. Poverty and riches are but states of mind. Joy and sorrow exist, for you, only as you are conscious of them. Even taste in food is controlled by the mind. You may doubt it, but I have seen it demonstrated. I have seen a hypnotic subject under the control of the hypnotist. He is given a glass "of water and' is told that it is wine. He drinks it and the expression of his face reveals the enjoyment he finds in the taste of the wine. Then he is given another drink of water and is told that he is drinking vinegar. There is no mistaking his reaction to that potion. Is it anvthing else but his mind, his belief in what he is told, that controls his" taste reactions? The papillae on his tongue obey the command of his mind. I have seen two punctures made in the skin of the subject. At the command of the hypnotist, blood flows from one cut, and not from the other. Then one flow stops and the other begins—all at the will of a mind. The physical things which men crave, which are admitted into their Bystems only to be passed off as waste subsequently, arc not essential to their being. I speak, now. not from a medical viewpoint. Let the physician decide those matters. But. in the realm of thought, .n th.field of religion, man has been nourished on much that had better been omitted from his diet. It has been all too coarse for his mental I and spiritual health. Wry often B doctor tells his patient that his Bickness due to a toxic condition in his body. What does he mean? Ho means to imply that the system is poisoned by waste matter which has not been properly eliminated. This clogging up of the human system with wasti Bends poisons into the body, hinders its proper functioning, and becomes a focal point for infection. The same law is at work in the mental portion of the body. We admit into our systems thoughts which are composed of much waste matter, coarse thoughts. 1 hey are not eliminated as readily as we believe them to be expelled. These thoughts poison our system, "become centers of injurious and unhealthful states of mind and body, from which many ills emanate and radiate. Our prejudices and bigotries, our hatreds and animosities are the result of having admitted into our consciousness coarse thoughts. Try as we may, we cannot rid ourselves of them or of their influences at will. Some lingering effect remains, even after we have thrown off the bulk of the waste. Why fill your mind with indigestible and harmful thoughts when manna-like thoughts, wholly soluble and assimilable thoughts, are so much more beneficial? The Good Lord has locked up within each of us the power to be all that we desire to be. That power is not in the "flesh pots of Egypt." It is not in the gratification of physical senses, not in the body that craves for cucumbers and melons, leeks and onions and garlic. Our greatest power, our supreme mastery is in the. things that are without waste, the refined and not the coarse. Did we but know how to utilize t, wen we mindful of that divince Force within each of us. we would be masters—masters of ourselves. The truly great do not seek for mastery over others. You cry for things which you believe unattainable, yet, you have but to think of them, will them to be, and they exist for you. The Israelites knew every desired taste in the manna. Every taste but that of the five vegetables they mentioned—and that for no other reason but because the Lord knew those to be injurious to the people, difficult of digestion, unassimilable in the body. The one prerequisite to control over this power is that you admit only the pure thoughts, those that will not later need to be expelled from your body as injurious waste matter, as a source of poison. You cannot harbor vicious thoughts and be well. In the future, exercise as much care, if not more, over the mental food you admit into your system, as you do, or as you should exercise, over the type of bodily nourishment you take. Do not depend on the coarse, on the rough, on the indigestible, for your health. Man can live on food that is completely soluble in the" body. Man thrives best on mental and spiritual food hat is free from waste, that contains no ideas which must later be thrown off. You can do with your mind what the Israelites did with the manna. But, it can be accomplished only with pure thoughts. It would be unfair for me to close without revealing the treachery behind the complaint of the multitude-, their plea to Moses which we read in the Scriptures. They cried, "Who shall give us flesh to it?" One would imagine that there were no herds or flocks available. But, it was a fact that, throughout their entire period of wandering they herded their flocks with thorn. There was meat a-plenty available for them. So, too, must we investigate the complaints and charges of the multitude, the mixed multitude of this day, who rebell and who object to the attempts to elevate them, to raise them to a higher plane of living. Leaders in such reactionary movements must be watched. Those who succumb to the pleas of the masses for coarse foods, for base thoughts, and who cater to their whims, who arouse their lower .* Illnl 3-2101 At All Good Stores Ask for NEW YORK BREAD BOBBINS ROOFING ft SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers since 1919. 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Friday, April 5, 11*35 THE JKWISH PLORIDIAN Page Seven 15< i2S att e^B^B*a^BBB^aia^BBB* Stort The confirmation class of Temple Israel will present a play under the direction of Mrs. I. M. Weingtein, at a date to be announced shortly. With the Standard Wholesale Grocery Co., one of the leading wholesale grocers of this area since 1926, as its distributors, Goodman's Matzos and other Passover products arc beinjr introduced to local Jewry in an intensive campaign in tinarea. Stressing the fact that their square matzos, round tea matzos, whole wheat matzos, egg matzos and other products are heeing produced under strict supervision of famous Orthodox Kabliis to insure even the most observant Jew being permitted to enjoy these delicious food products, they point out that prices for these products are exceptionally low. The products at very low price %  i ;. %  of the leading stores and delicatessens in ill area. In charge of the Campaign is Irving A. Appelbaum, a member of the firm of the Standard Wholesale Grocery Co. sail son of the president of the firm, Mr. Philip Appelbaum. • • B. Uarkowitz, until recently mashgiach of the Floridian Hotel, will conduct the ritual service at the Saders of Schechter's Ocean View Inn, .Miami Beach. He will also be in charge during the entire week to insure strict observance i of all ritual requirements at the inn, which is under the supervision of the Miami Peach V'aad Hakashruth. Reservations may be made for the Sailers or the entire week. • • The Campaign recently inaugurated by the Jewish Welfare Bureau to raise funds for the relief of local and transient needy is being continued until sufficient funds are raised to take care of the urgent cases confronting the bureau. The organization will publish names of it contributors from time to time, so that the public may be advised as to the donors. The following have contributed until the present time, in the current campaign: Mrs. S. \V. Pasker, S. Plank, Louis Brodsky, H. Bulbin. Mrs. Helen Bell, Raymond Bain, Harry Cohen, M. B. Frank, M. S. Furman, Leonard Epstein, Edward Freidman, M. S. Fagan, E. Gordon, Harry Gordon, Miss Ida Hutzler, M. M. Hertz, C. P. Helmly Louis Kaplan Harry Kendel Mrs. Harry Kanter, Ely I.cvine, Sam Marcus, Larry Marks, Max Mintzer, Ida Optner, Jack Pallot, Radio Cab Co., Max Happaport, Louis Robinson, Mrs. Hose, Nat Rubin Joe Segal, H. Seitlin, Seven Seas Restaurant, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Simpson, Al Sontag, Jack Stone, Mrs. S. Stone, Mrs. Wallach, Joe Williamson, Sol Wilson, Nathan Adelman. R. R. Adler, Mr, and Mrs. li. J. Apte, Benjamin Axelroad, J. J. Barco, J. Becker, Elliott Blumenthal, Joe Pried, Arthur S. Friedman, Sol S. Goldstrom, Rabbi Jacob 11. Kaplan, IsaacLevin, L. Levitt, Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Liber man, Harry I. Upton, Joseph M. I.ipton, A. Louis & Son, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Norman J. Mirsky, Joseph N. Morris, Max OrovitZ, Jules Pearlman, Howard Rosendorf, Louis li. Roth, Dan B. Ruskin, Harry Simonhoff, Louis K. Pallott, A. Tenenbaum, H. H. Miller, I. Wassman, l.ouis Strauss, Benjamin Rimer, Morris Plant, Abe Rubin, Henry I). Williams. Mr. Weinstein, Dr. Barney Weinkle, A. L. N'adler, Harry Levy, Dr. J. Burke, L. Birn, Tillie Farkas, Barney Slifkin, Manuel Rippa, Hynian Lieber, Moses Berman, Ida Buckstein, William Glide, David Gross, Gordon Rosenthal, Mrs. J. ; Pearlman, D. M. Chaikin, Dr. Berg, Mrs. William Rubin, Mrs. Charles M. Tanenbaum, William Friedman, United Order of True Sisters, Dr. j S. Aronovitz, Samuel W. Alpert, Leonard Barr, Bass Jewelry Co., I Jack Bernstein, Sam Blick, Jacob and Gordon Davis, Mrs. Morris ( Dubler, Larry Fay, Fisher Lumber Co., Furniture Exchange, Henry Green, Mrs. A. B. Grccnborg, Latar Grosberg, Jacob Halpern, Herman Homa, Houser & Co., Inc., Arthur C. James, Sam Karnes, William A. Leven, J. Levin, Samuel Levy, II. Lipkin, Harry Mandel, Miami Pants Store, S. H. Meyer, Harry Nevin, L. E. Newman, Arthur Norton, Joe Oren, Harry B. Orlin, Boris Pred, Harry Rayvis, Adam Reiss, B. Relman, Jack Rippa. Ms. Henry C. Roome, Charles Rosengarten, Rubin Bros., Harry Rubin, Morris Rubin, Morris Rubin, l.ouis Safer. Nathan Saniet, Jack Schwartz, Louis Stitlin, Ben Silver, David Sontag, Sam Tritt, Mrs. Bertha Wall, Sam Wiessel R. R. Adler, J. Albert, M. Possgold, Benjamin E. Bronston, Leo Feinberg, Jerome Goodman, 11. Hentz & Co., C. R, Huhbard, Benjamin Kirshberg, Abr. Kohn, Max Kovensky, Mrs. Emma Meyer, Albeit Reisman, Jesse D, Scheinman, Morris Seiderman, Rebecca Shaft, Mildred Sterner, Carl D. Weinkle, J. William Baros, Mrs. F. Baar, .1. Becker, J. Behrman, Butler's, Inc., Economy Cleaners, Inc., Carl Elbe, J. M. Eisenberg, Arthur Feehan, Frank Gallot, Alex Goldstein, Sol S. Goldstrom, Goodyear Service, Kennedy & Ely, Inc., Morris Kronberg, Meyer l.ascowitz, Jack Lear, E. B. Leatherman, Harry Magid, The Maxwell Co., New Alamac Hotel, Sidney Palmer, JMark Perlman, Ritz Hotel, Albert Scheuer, Frank B. Solomon. Thcta Phi Omega, Baby Wayne Ernest Tobin, Max Turtledove, Charles Waldci. Jerome Weinkle, Palm Market, ior Council of Jewish Women, Sun Oil Company, Joe Pereno, George Goldberg, N. Alexander, 11. Steinberg, M. J. Kopelwitz, Mr. Price, Mina Kiss, Louis Weinkle, II. J. Heinz Co., Maxwell Hyman, William Lewin, Arthur Lindau, Dave Wine. Leon Sigman, Mr. and Mrs. David Weiner, >am i->. Rosenbaum, Ralph Plant and Baker Shoe Store. All Jeware urged to send their contributions to the Bureau in the Meyer-Kiser building Immediately if they have not yet contributed. • • Cantor Boris Schlachman of Beth Jaccdi Congregation will conduct the Sader On Wednesday evening, April 17th, and Thursday evening, April 18th, at the Belvedere Hotel, Miami Beach, according to an announcement by the management this week. "We have obtained the services of Cantor Schlachman because we know that the traditional Sader will be religiously observed in a beautiful manner. We are thus carrying out the policies of the late Mrs. Ida Fishkind, founder and operator of the Belvedere Hotel until her death last year. She was the first to open a strictly kosher hotel in this entire area and it was due to her that Kashrus locally was begun. Everything will Indone to insure satisfaction to the most exacting and observing Jew." Reservations may he made for the Sader nights or the entire week. rua Sanitary Linen Supplv Pbcraci inn HKNRY uiini M(r. I.laaa Saaplr Dat DEWEY LAUNDRY 42t TAMIAMl THAU. AMBULANCE SERVICE AHERN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHERN, Proa. 1349 West Flakier Street Telephone Mill At Al) Good Stores Ask for NEW YORK BREAD AS USUAL Max's Delicatessen 1167 W. Flayer St. SWill supply your every Passyver want! .Manischewitz, Hor-| \owits-Margareten and Strcit'sf SMat/os. MatSO .Meal and Noo-j idles, Coffee. Tea. 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Miami, Fla
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April 5, 1935

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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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THE JEWISH UNITY
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
Vol. 8No. II
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1935
Price Five Cent*
Y. M. H. A. to
Hold Smoker
The Young Men's Hebrew Asso-
ciation is sponsoring a smoker at
its clubrooms next Wednesday eve-
ning, April lnih, which all mem-
bers and friends are urged to at-
tend. Member- "I" the basketball
team, who won the gold medal
tournament in the V. M. ('. A.
League and the Miami Beach
League, will be quests of honor.
The basketball learn recently com-
pleted one of the most successful
seasons in its history and won tho
championship title between lead-
ing teams of the different leagues
Members of the team were award-
ed medals, and the organization re-
ceived a handsome silver loving
cup to commemorate the victory.
Mickey Lubol, center of the team,
was recently named the outstand-
ing player in this area, and both he
and Sam Bornstcin were selected
for the all-city team. I!. Sirkin, A
Cutler and I'. A. I'allott are in
charge of arrangements for the-
evening and will present a pro-
gram including addresses by some
of the leading sport enthusiasts ii
the city. A new trophy ease will
be presented to the club by Messrs.
Philip Berkowitz and I!. Sirkin. Re-
freshments will be served.
B'Nai B'Rith to
Hear Speakers
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith,
Miami, is sponsoring a social eve-
ning at Beth David Talmud Torah
Hall, N. W. :!rd ave. and lind st.,
on Tuesday evening, April nth, be-
ginning at 8 o'clock All members
and their ladies are invited to at-
tend. Among the guest speakers
will be Jos. Salus of Philadelphia,
Sam Goldstein, an active worker
and president of the I'alm Beach
Lodge. Mrs. William Friedman
will be soloist and will be accom-
panied at the piano by Mrs. I'll.
SUberman. Olier eue-t artists
will be heard during the evening.
Refreshments will follow the for-
mal program. In charge of ar-
rangements are Mcsdamcs lien I.e-
ivine, Elroy Stone, Isaac Levin,
Willirfm Friedman, Lewis Brown,
H. H. Farr, Nathan Adelman, \V.
Nadelweiss, S. c. My., and Kd
Friedman.
Jr. Hadassah to
Study Zionism
Jewish contributions to the de-
velopment of America will be the
subject of study and discussion
among 10,000 Jewish girls, mem-
bers of Junior Hadassah in all
parts of the country during April.
Miss Kstelle WeJSS of Chicago,
III., is preparing a brief history
of the outstanding .Jewish activ-
ities in the United States from the
time of the discovery of America
to the present day. The survey
will trace the part that American
.lews took in the Revolutionary
War and in the Civil War and will
lescribe the waves of Jewish immi-
gration to America from various
countries of Europe. Outstanding
personalities that have shaped the
direction of Jewish organizational
work in this country will be given
special attention. The develop-
ment of the Zionist movement in
America will he stressed and in
that connection the life and work
of Supreme Court Justice l.ouis 1).
Brandeis, and other notable- will
be considered.
The subject to be studied in
April in the 200 units of Junior
Hadassah is one of a series for
the entire year under the topic,
"Outstanding Zionist Personali-
ties." Kach month a different
chapter is studied and discussed by
members of the units.
"These monthly discussions have
been instrumental in spreading
among the Jewish youth of Amer-
ica a wider knowledge of Jewish
lit'.' and affairs," -aid Miss Bern-
stein, executive secretary of Junior
Hadassah. "The numerous re-
quests for study material which
the national office receives from
Junior Hadassah groups and out-
side organizations and individuals
is evidence of a more extensive
and deeper interest in Jewish prob-
lems and in Zionism and the de-
velopment of Palestine among
American Jewish youth."
Finds Chemical
For Youth
PERITZ SCHEINBERG
Junior Cantor, Beth David Cong..
Will Preach Closing Sermon
Gala Concert
Attracts Many
More than four hundred residents
and tourists attended the annual
musicale presented through the ef-
forts of Cantor Boris Schlachman
last Sunday at Beth Jacob Syna-
gogue. Prof. I.. Portnoff was giv-
en an ovation for his splendid vio-
lin renditions, as was Cantor Boris
Schlachman, who was forced to
give Several encores. A feature
of the evening was ten-year-old
Irving Ginsburg, Junior Cantor of
Beth David Synagogue. Appear-
ing during the evening were Mrs.
Barmy Kraft and Miss Sylvia Sha-
piro In vocal -elections, Miss James
in an accordian solo, and B. B. B.
in a humorous talk. Accompanists
a: the piano during the evening
were Mrs. Iloris Adler and Miss
Cohen. Cantor Boris Schlachman
was master of ceremonies.
Young Judaea
To Celebrate
New YorkYoung Judaea, the
foremost Jewish youth organiza-
tion in the country, will celebrate
its twenty-fifth anniversary, ac-
cording to an announcement by
David Levine, national president.
A silver jubilee dinner, which is
| being sponsored by outstanding
Jewish leaders in the country, will
i be held on Sunday evening, May 6,
to mark the occasion. Judge Julian
W. Mack is honorary chairman of
the dinner committee and M. Maid-
win Fertig, adviser to President
Roosevelt when he was governor
of New York, is chairman.
The junior Zionist organization
of America, as Young Judaea is
generally identified, was founded
by the late Professor Friedlander
and Dr. Julian L. Magncs, chan-
cellor of the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem. It was their aim to es-
tablish a youth organization that
would offer to American boys and
girls an opportunity to obtain a
truly Jewish background. Social-
ly and culturally, Y'oung Judaea
was to provide them with an un-
derstanding and appreciation of
the fundamentals of Jewish life.
Today there are more than 700
Young Judaea clubs throughout the
country with a membership of
more than 15,000 boys and girls
from the age of 10 to 18.
Young Judaea has undertaken
j the support of a Scout fund in Pal-
estine, known as Keren Hanoar.
Through this medium Jewish chil-
dren in the United States are able
to participate directly in the work
of rebuilding Palestine, and estab-
lish relations of friendship with
Jewish youth in the Homeland.
In addition to the dinner in New
York, on May 5th, special func-
tions will be held in other parts
of the country to observe the twen-
ty-fifth birthday of Young Judaea,
Jewish News
Around the
World
Turns Jew as Protest Against
Nazi Cruelties
Sao Paulo, BrazilA German
settler named Kurt Neuman has
adopted the Jewish religion today
in protest against the Nazi perse-
cutions of Jews in Germany.
llerr -Neuman is one of the old-
est colonists in Brazil. He has
lived for a number of years in the
Jewish agricultural colony, Quatro
Irmanos, near Porto Alegre.
Soviet Names l.asker Isvetia
chess Editor
MoscowDr. Bmanuel Lasker,
former chess champion of the
world, has been appointed chess
editor of the Izvestia, official or-
gan of the Soviet government.
Dr. l.asker will also occupy the
post of director of the Moscow
Chess Association. The appoint-
ments follow Dr. Lasker's recent
announcement that he would make
his permanent home in Soviet Rus-
sia.
Three Jewish Scholars Win Belgian
Fellowships
Former Leader
Heads Sisterhood
At a meeting of Temple Israel
Sisterhood, held at Kaplan Hall
last Monday, officers for the com-
ing year Were named. Mrs. Isaac
Levin, prominent communal work- I
er, was elected president. Other
officers chosen were: Mrs. K. Max
Goldstein, first vice-president; Mrs.
J. A. Richter, second vice-presi-
dent; Mrs. Frank Coret, financial
secretary; Mrs. Henry De Castro
Williams, recording secretary; Mrs.
I. Wolkowsky, corresponding sec-
retary; Mrs. Harry Ncvins, treas-
urer. The officers will be formal-
ly inducted into office at a lunch-
eon to be held at Kaplan Hall the
first Monday in May.
Vienna A chemical substance
which eliminates the necessity of
transplanting glands as a means
of prolonging youth has been de-
veloped in Switzerland by Profes-
sor Eugene Steinach, world-fa-
mous Austrian Jewish physician, it
was announced here.
The chemical, which is called
progjmon, has already proven suc-
cessful in extending the fertility
of cattle long past the normal pe-
riod, and Professor Stcinach be-
lieves it can be applied without
technical difficulties to human be-
ings.
Receivership Seen
As Result of Bill
Washington Deprived of the
benefits and financial backing of
its holding and service manage-
ment companies, the Florida Power
A Light Company would find it-
self in receivership within a year,
G. C. Kstill, president of the com-
pany, said in a statement filed yes-
Army and Navy
Give Furloughs
Washington- The United States
War and Navy Departments issued
an official order this week grant-
ing furloughs to Jewish soldiers
and sailors enabling them to ob-
serve the Passover holidays at
their homes.
At the same time, the Jewish
Welfare Board announced that it
will supply Jewish service men
with matzoh and will arrange for
religious observances for those re-
siding at a distance from their
bonus. The board will also ar-
range Passover observances at out-
lying points, including China, Ma-
nilla. Hawaii. Panama and Haiti.
Electrical Show
Closes Tomorrow
New York Three American
Jewish scholars received fellowship
awards from the Commission for
Relief in Belgium Educational
Foundation, Inc. The three Jew-
ish scholars are Florence Adler,
Chicago, to continue research in
medieval economic history; Charles
Kosenblum, Minneapolis, for re-
search in radium chemistry, and
William I.. Schwartz, Palo Alto,
Cal., research in French classical
drama.
Huge Chemical Plant Announced
for Palestine
'The electrical and radio exposi-
tion at the Cinderella Ballroom has
been attracting huge crowds since
its opening, today being observed
as Homcniakcrs' Day, and will be
featured by a session of the cook-
ing school with .Miss Hughetta
Armstrong, home economist, in
charge. Tomorrow will be the
closing day of the exposition and
I will be observed as Family Day.
Proper lighting is being demon-
strated by the Florida Power &
Light Company with floor and ta-
ble lamps.
Haifa The largest chemical
plant in the Near Bast, which will
free Palestine and surrounding
countries from the need of Euro-
pean importation, is to be erected
in this harbor city shortly, it was
learned by Palcor Agency. The
plant will have a capital of 1.000,-
000 and Is being established on tin-
initiative of the British Chemical
Industries, Ltd., and a group of
overseas Jewish manufacturers.
United States Third in Palestine
Imports
terday with the house interstate
and foreign commerce committee.
The statement is in protest of the
Rayburn bill, which, by demoraliz-
ng his company, he said, would
ndanger present electric rates and
ause great losses to his security
wners.
Jewish Brigade
Guests of King
GlasgowKing George will cele-
brate the silver jubilee of his reign
this coming May to the tune of
bagpipes played by the bagpipers
of the Jewish Lads' Brigade of
Glasgow, who recently won the
bagpiper championship of Scot-
' land. The Glasgow boys, the only
Jewish bagpipers 5n the world,
have been invited to London for the
jubilee festivities.
Jerusalem The United states 'a
occupying third place in Palestine
imports, it was disclosed when fig-
ures on Palestine imports for 1U34
were made public.
The figures disclose that Pales-
tine import.,I $75,000,000 worth of
goods during 1934. of these, goods
worth over SI 7,1100,000 were im-
ported from England and goods
worth $0,500,(1011 fro mthe United
States.
Germany occupied second place
in Palestine imports during 1984.
The machinery and merchandise
which Palestine imported from
Germany during the year amount-
ed to $8,500,000, according to the
published figures.


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THE JEWISH FI.ORIMAN
Friday, April B, m
A special meeting of the Ladies'
Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation was held at
the home of its president, Mrs. J.
L. Shochet, last Tuesday afternoon.
A nominating committee was ap-
pointed to recommend officers for
the coming year. Members of the
committee are Mrs. T. Kotkin,
Mrs. M. Pallott, Mrs. H. Shulman,
H. Traeger and Max Kappaport.
The report will be presented at the
next meeting, to be held on Tues-
day evening, April 9th, when elec-
tion of officers will take place.
Following the business meeting,
which will be held at the syna-
gogue, a social hour will be spent.
* *
Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom will
entertain a number of the juvenile
friends of her daughter, Goldie
Tamarah, at a birthday party in
celebration of her first birthday
anniversary at her home next
Tuesday afternoon, April i'th.
Beth David Sisterhood is spon-
soring a card party during Pass-
over week on Sunday evening,
April 21st, at its Talmud Torah
Hall, when prizes will be awarded
for high scores and refreshments
will be served.
* *
Senior Hadassah will hold a
regular meeting on Monday, April
8th, at 2 p. m., at Kaplan Hall,
when a nominating committee to
recommend officers for the com-
ing year will be named. A pro-
gram will be presented with Mis.
Arthur Hirtenstein as soloist. A
social hour will follow. The pub-
lic is invited to attend.
* *
Election of officers for the La-
dies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau will be held on Mon-
day afternoon. April loth, at the
Mark Store. Following the busi-
ness meeting a social hour will
follow.
Oscar Kappaport, son of Mr.
Mrs. Max Rappaporl
will be Bar Hitzva Saturday morn-
ing. April 6th, at the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congn g
is a student of the Talmu I
of the Congregal
Ada Merritt Junior Hig
Hi- parents are a nmunal
workers of this area,
founders of the Congn > II
Ladies' Auxiliary. Mr. R
is now chairman of
board of thi < i
lowing the services, which
at 9 a. m.. during which Osca
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Exquisite, lead-blown rock-crystal goblets, sher-
bets, iced teas, tumblers, wines, champagnes
and cocktails. "Linden" pattern, elaborately
cut and polished.
38 j)c. Dinner Set
7.95
32 pc. Dinner Sri
4.49
Service for six (including soup plates) in our
lust silling American Earthenware. Dainty
floral ".Magnolia" pattern.
BURDINE'S MAIN STORK. Ill III FLOOR
OSCAR RAI'I'AI'ORT
read the entire Sedrah (portion of
the law) from the Safer T
and recite the Haftoro, the pa
will entertain the worshipers at .
Kiddush in the vestry room- of the
Congregation. Sunday evening,
April 7th. the parents of th
Mitzva will be hosts to till their
friends at an open house I
ning at s o'clock at their
dence, 830 X. W. 30th st. Ail
friends of the family are il
i" attend the services at the Syna-
gogue, and the "open house" at
their home. Xo (aids will be 5-
sued.
Most enjoyable Pas over
celebrations are being arrang
Kraemer's strictly Kosher Restau-
rant, Miami Beach, according to
the proprietor. Cantor Isaac Katz
of Detroit, one of the best known
cantors in the country, will con-
duct the Sader both nights and will
be assisted by his nine-year-old
son, "Pinchik," who will lead in
singing; traditional Passover melo-
dies during the course of the eve
ning. Special rates are being
made for the entire week. The
restaurant is under the supervi-
sion of the Miami Beach V'aad
Hakashruth, with a steady mash-
giach always in attendance. Dur-
ing the season it has established a
splendid reputation for the excel-
lence of its foods.
*
Dr. Sarah M. Sidis and her sis-
ter, Mrs. A. Federman of New
York and Milami, entertained at a
luncheon Sunday for a group in-
terested in a movement to estab-
lish a home for convalescent chil-
dren at Miami Beach.
Their guests included Mrs. M. D.
Kirsch, Mrs. A. Greenfield, Mrs. 0.
Rosenberg, Mrs. M. Chisling, Ml
s. Manheiner, Mrs. I., k. j,
Mrs. A. Heller. Mrs. K. Kreiger,
Mrs. R. Mandel. Mrs. ]), Black-
shear. Mrs. A. Spiro, Mrs. A. Sand-
ier, Mrs. Herman Stern, Mrs. I.
Hirschfield, Mrs. P. Perlman, Mrs.
S. Heller, Mrs. I. Cohen and Mrs.
M. Dubler.
BS ;; t her h.nhday
., Miriam Scheinberg,
Of Mr. and Mrs. P.
. was given a birthday
Mayfair Lane last
lavender flow-
ere used on the
. at centered with a
i the
Feldman,
ra Etzel, Mary Frances Wil-
Ani a Bearman, Hazel Cos-
-ner. Helen Wilson,
er, Malcolm Magid,
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.... ii aie being
distributed locally through Jacob
n. with stores
'ami and Miami Beach, will
a: all leading store*
in this at prices far below
;. rding
uncement made this week
Mr. Schiff. "We feel that the
a low price so
.hey may enjoy the excellent
:jced by Horowitz-
Margareten and I am happy to be
able to make this announcement
v prices," said Mr. Sehiff. In
addition to the matzos, matso meal,
etc., the firm also produces teas,
ffees and other lines of foods
'er holidays.
A .. party is being
I
by the girls" division of the Y. M.
11. A. Tickets may be obtained
from any member of the commit-
arrangements
Dubler and
; -.
*
Mrs. Harry Kauffman is chair-
man a : Juliu Simpson as-
n of a comn
"f Temple I hood, mak-
IHR a' nts for a Sader to
Kaplan Hall, according
to plans announced this week. F
details will appear in oui
issue.
A farewell party was held J
cently at the home of Mis-
Shaff in honor of Marty and F>
elyn Beckerman. Following gamt,
delicious refreshments
at a late hour.
were serv^l
Plans are being completed f.|
the annual Children's -
Miami Jewish Orthodox CongregJ
tion, which will be held at frl
Synagogue on Sunday aftemooj
April 14th. Pupils of the TalmJ
Torah and Sunday school will C0J
duct the complete Sader ritual
der the supervision of Rabbi JuHmj
Washer. A committee of the La.
dies' Auxiliary of the Congre?a-
tion will provide refreshments k
the children.

The Misses Toots Gross and Rut:
Sontag were hostesses at a po-l
sonal shower Wednesday evening
at the home of Miss Sontag in he*
or of Miss Sylvia Fair, bride-ek.
of Harry H. Solomon of Patersor..
X. J. Bridge and poken
played with prizes for high scon]
being awarded to Mrs. Willianl
Capland and consolation prize ti
Mrs. Aaron Farr. A buffet supl
per was served to the seven:.
guests present. This is the fir-:
[ of a series of events being givet,,
in honor of Miss Farr.
*
An important meeting of theeil
ecutive board of Beth Darid Sis-I
terhood will be held next Wednes-3
, day, April 10th, when the board I
will meet at luncheon at BethDi-j
vid Talmud Torah at 12:.
Mesdames L. J. Hartz and Harr;
Oliphant as the hostesses. Follow-1
ing the board meeting then
general meeting of the entir* 1
membership at 2 p. m., when tb
report of the nominating commi:-|
tee will be presented and I
of officers for the coming yw-'j
will be held. All members ar-j
urged to attend.
Saks Fifth Jvenue
OUR FINAL
CLEARANCE
SALES
CONTINUE

LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
*ji**


Friday, April 5, 1035
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ondar tha Art of March I. 187*.
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN
Representative
TAMPA
MRS. M. H. KISLE1
Representative
Hirschberg wore in charge.
Symbol of Peace
A special membership event was
given by the Jewish Cultural
League last week when Purim
High Jinks was read.
The following participated: Man-
ny Rosenberg, King Ahasuerus;
Abe Rothstein, jester; Abe Dia-
mond, champerlain, Bigthan, and
Theresh; Herbert I'ankin. courtier
and Mordecai; Tibby Hackel, Vash-
ti; Solomon Cherniak, Hainan;
Edith Weiss, Zeresh; Bernise Klep-
per. Esther, and Mrs. Abe Roth-
stein, the announcer.
Dancing and card games fol-
lowed the play reading. Tables
were set for bridge. Michigan rum-
my, pokeno, poker, etc. Delicious
refreshments were served.
The Jewish Cultural League is
an organization formed by Rabbi
Morris 1). Margolis, with the pur-
pose to foster Jewish culture among
the young Jewish men and women
of the city. The league has pre-
sented a number of interesting
speakers during the past season,
among them being Judge W. S.
Criswell, Lyman P. Prior, Harry
Katz, Carl Bohnenberg and Solo-
mon E. Cherniak. The league is
open to young men and women of
the Jewish faith between the ages
of 18 and 2"> years.
The following were in charge:
Abe Diamond, chairman; Sidney
Kass, Herbert I'ankin, Mollie Miz.
rachi, Bertha Mehlman and Edith
Weiss.
The tenth anniversary of the Hebrew University on Mt. Miss Saia K- Finkelstein, a
Scopus, which will be celebrated throughout the world next freshman at Wellesley College,
week, marks a milestone in modern Jewish history. When Wellesley, Mass., and Eli Finkel-
the idea of a Hebrew University in Palestine was projected istcin- senior in the Law School,
some thirty years ago it was ridiculed. The "practical" and Washington and U-e University,
"logical" commentators laughed at the very thought of an Lexington, Va., are spending the
institute of higher learning in a country wheh needed water, Spring holidays with their broth-
sanitation, intensive cultivation, not to forget a Jewish pop- er-.n-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs.
illation. It will be remembered that the corner stone of the |Jonn B- 8ears in Boston, Mass
Hebrew 1'niversity was laid on Mt. Scopus during the World
War as sublime faith that a day would dawn when the law
would again come from Zion.
j The establishment and maintenance of the University in
Jerusalem is a tremendous tour de force. Its continuous ex-
pansion is nothing short of a miracle. Since the advent of
Hitler a number of the outstanding German Jewish scientists ter visitors lure, have returned to
have joined the faculty of the Hebrew University. New re- their home in Boston. While here
search departments and laboratories have been made avail- they were the guests of Mr. and
able. Dormitories for students, a stadium for collegiate Mrs. E. Bonim.
sports, and an up-to-date universty medical center are some j
of the recent additions to the Hebrew University.
I The Hebrew University is a recognized institution
throughout the world. At this time when a large portion
of the globe is enveloped by dark clouds of impending wars
Orlando Notes
Mr. and Mrs. L. Goldberg, win-
Mrs. I. '/.. Kessler, Mrs. Aaron
Bilgore and Mrs. O. Marcus were
hostesses recently at a luncheon
and miscellaneous shower at the
Cricket tea room, given in honor
of Miss Barbara R. Seckbach,
whose wedding to Mr. Donald E.
Fine will be an event of next Sun-
day.
The tables were centered with
crystal baskets filled with pink
and white sweetpeas and this coN
or scheme was carried out in all
other appointments. Bridal place
cards were used and the honoree's
place was marked with a tiny bride
and groom. At the conclusion of
luncheon, Hosalyn Kessler, young
daughter of one of the hostesses,
presented the gifts to Miss Seck-
bach.
Miss Seckbach was a guest in St.
Petersburg Saturday night, when
she shared honors with her fiance's
sister, Miss Fine, at a cocktail
party which was given in that city.
Mr. and Mrs. Seckbach, parents
of the bride-elect, will entertain at
a buffet supper Saturday evening
following the rehearsal. This af-
fair will be given at their home.
Guests will include only the mem-
bers of the wedding party and a
few close friends.
The wedding will take place Sun-
day evening at 7 o'clock at the
Sjhaarai Zedek Temple and will be
followed by a formal reception
which will be given by Mr. and
Mrs. Seckbach at their home.
Miss Sylvia Dubin, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Dubin, and Mr. Bill
Neuman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Neu-
man of St. Petersburg, Fla., were
married Sunday afternoon at the
home of the bride's parents, with
Rabbi Adolph Burger officiating.
Mr. and Mis. Xeuinan left later
in the evening on their wedding
trip and will make their home in
St. Petersburg, where Mr. Xeuman
is engaged in business.
St. Petersburg
Services at Congiegation B'lllii
Israel will be held Friday at 8 p.
m. Rabbi Alexander S. Kleinfeld
will speak on "The Call of the Non-
Sectarian Anti-Nazi League." Sat-
urday morning services begin at '.>
o'clock.
The wedding of Mr. Singleman
of Boston. Mass.. and Miss Ruth
Fein of Dayton, Ohio, took place
on Tuesday, April 2, at the Wom-
en's Club, Siull Island. There
were many guests and relatives
from the New England states and
Ohio. A regular dinner was served
in the beautiful dining room, which
was elaborately decorated. Rabbi
Kleinfeld performed the ceremony.
Mis. M. I.. Morrison returned to
Bcisiim after a stay here.
Mr. David Goldman of St. Pe-
tersburg, Fla., is the guest of his
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Wittner.
Mrs. Kate I'erlman left for Pas-
Baic, N. J.. where she will be the
guest of her daughter and son-in-
Mrs. I.. Ebbenstein returned to
^H conflicts the University mi Mt. Scopus more than ever :-it with her
stands out as a symbol of peace. Its tenth anniversary parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Bonim. |law, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Schoen of
should be rightfully celebrated by all those who believe in
the victory of learning and enlightenment over might and
Militarism.
Jacksonville News
BBinior Hadassah sponsored a
party at the home of Mr. and
Harry Finkelstein last
Wedix -day evening. Prizes were
awarded for high scores and deli-
cious refreshments were served.
Botkowsky, Kate Bandrimmer,
Bueholtz and Charlotte Davis
were on the committee.
r
An evening of unusual entertain-
ment was provided last week by
I^Hjunior Progressive Society at
|Y. M. 11. A. when its Barn
ce was held. Miss Miriam
Carlton was general chairman and
was assisted by Ruth Lipson, Rose
GHekstoin, Charlie Levine and Mor-
ris Berkowitz.
The Temple Sisterhood met
Tuesday at the Temple Home, when
the report of the lominating com-
mittee was pic en ted. Election of
officers followed. Mrs. Arthur
Rosen thai reviewed Newman's "An-
other Caesar." Mrs. Virginia
Johnston sang. Mrs. Harry Ger-
bert presided.
Plans for the publication of its
annual year book were formulated
last Wednesday at a meeting of
the Daughters in Israel. The or-
| that city. She will return to Tani-
Mrs. J. Harris and daughter, pa some time in October.
turned to New York Friday after ----------
a three months' visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Waterman en-
tertained at an open house Friday
Orlando Lodge, B'nai B'rith, is evening at their residence. No for-
sponsoring a benefit to be held mal invitations were issued to this
soon. All funds will be given to function. A number of friends
ganization will hold a card party the charity institutions of Orlando, anil relatives called during the eve-
at the center Tuesday, April !th, ----------
with Mesdames I. Kramer and S. Mr. I.. Wolley and daughter and
1). Kramer as the hostesses. The son, Ruth and George, returned t"
Children- Passover Sader will be Orlando from New Jersey.
held on Sunday, April 21st, with ----------
the following ladies in charge: Mrs. '. Mrs. 11. Kattelman and children,
H. Stillman and Mrs. O. Magezis, Ilendalyn, Sanders. Miriam, Flor-
ning.
general chairman; Mrs. I). Werni-
coff, A. Stein, Hoffenbcrg, J. Spi-
vak, M. Feldman, R. Miller, F. Sof-
orenko and M. Margolis. Mrs. B.
Becker and Mrs. A. Hoffenberg
were hostesses.
ence and Miss Hilda Copton, spent
Sunday at Lakeside.
Mrs. Morris Wilson of Ocala
spent the week-end with her sis-
ter, Mrs. J. Becker.
Mrs. B. Safer spent some time
in Jacksonville this week.
Miss Beatrice Lieberman cele-
brated her birthday last Sunday.
A splendid musical program was
given last week in the Home for
the Aged by Berte Long and Mrs.
Herbert Zacharias under the aus-
pices of the Sunshine Committee
of the Temple Sisterhood.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Baker and
About seventy-five guests en- daughter, Lucille, spent Sunday in
joyed the supper held at the Tern- '
pie Home last week, sponsored by
Circles 6 and 7 of the Temple Sis- A meeting of the 101 Club was
terhood. Following supper cards ^cM recently in the home ot Mor
were enjoyed. Mrs. Sam Rosen- vis Haiwowitz. Pearl Safer, for-
berg, Mrs. Simpson Walker, Mrs. | mer president, installed the newly
Joe Schulofer and Mrs. Barney I elected officers. Two guests, Hen-
RADIO
SYNAGOG
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and
director of the Radio Synagog, will
preach over station WIOD at nine
o'clock on Sunday morning on "A
Reasonable Faith." There also will
be prayers, scripture reading and
a question box.
rietta and Mickey Harris, were
present. Officers installed were:
Morris Haimowitz, president; Bea-
trice Lieberman, vice-president;
Dorothy Baker, secretary; Jack
"Shugie" Kamenoff, treasurer;
Abe Kamenoff, sergeant-at-arms;
Pearl Safer, reporter; Lucille Ba-
ker, committee chairman.
Mr. Leon Sobel, sexton of B'nai
Israel, announces the birth of a
son. The Bris took place on
Wednesday, April 3, at the B'nai
Israel Synagogue. All the mem-
bers were invited and the Ladies'
Auxiliary and Aid Society, in con-
nection with the Judaic Council,
were the hostesses.
Tallahassee
Notes
Iota Chapter of Delta Phi Ep-
silon, which is found at the Flor-
ida State College for Women, is
the only Jewish National Social
Sorority in Florida. Miami boasts
of many alumna, active members
and pledges.
Iota has just elected the follow-
ing officers for the ensuing year:
Regina, Ruth Feinberg, Lake
Wales; Vice-Kcgina, Adeline Gold-
stein, Palm Beach; secretary,
Gladys Abenson, Miami Beach;
treasurer, Ethel Mintzer, Miami
Beach. Other officers are: Social
secretary, Elaine Klepper, Orlan-
do; pledge mother. Janice Brill,
Miami Beach; Pan-Hellenic repre-
sentative. Edna Feinberg, Qiiincy;
reporter. Mirian Stein, Miami
Beach.
Delta Phi Epsilon has been very
outstanding in campus activities.
Ruth Feinberg, Ethel Mintzer and
Evelyn Mertin took an active part
on the committee for the annual
junior-senior prom, the biggest and
most formal event of Hie year.
Elaine Klepper has just been
elected president of Alpha Chi Al-
pha, national journalistic honorary.
Melvyn Wahnish. in addition to
Alpha Chi Alpha, is a member of
Chi Delta Phi, national literary
honorary.
Delta Phi Epsilon was one of the
three sororities that participated
in annual skit night during the
mid-winter festivals.
Ruth Feinberg, who has just
been re-elected Regina of Iota, has
helped put Delta Phi Epsilon in
the limelight. Ruth was eligible
for mortar board. Mortar board
is the highest possible honor that
can be awarded any university
woman. As yet the results have
not been announced. She is serv-
ing on the executive council of
the college Pan-Hellenic. Ruth is
also a member of Phi Beta Sigma,
Spanish honorary; Beta Pi Theta,
national French honorary, and the
local German honorary. Miriam
Stein has also just been tapped to
the German honorary.
Other girls directly affiliated
with the sorority are: Ruth Orlin,
Miami Beach; Muriel Leibman,
Tampa; Florence Trushin. Talla-
hassee; Pearl Fleet, Live Oak; Lil-
lian Shapiro, Fort Lauderdale;
Clara Kramer, Jacksonville, and
Evelyn Meitin, Orlando.


Page Four
THE JEWISH FLOBIP1AN
Friday, April 5, J
Mothers
In Israel
Recently in Cincinnati Mrs. Ar-
thur L. Rcinhart gave a speech in
\\ ise Temple in which she Mked,
"Where are the Mothers in io-
rael?"
Doesn't Mrs. Rcinhart know
where many Mother.-, in Israel are?
Mother in Israel is a very busy
woman. There is this bridge ta-
ble and that which summon.- her.
Her date hook is full and she is
happy that she belongs to six clubs
which keep almost every day of
the week occupied. Mother in Is-
rael is where Mother m Christen-
dom is these days.
She considers how much hap-
pier is her life than was thai of
her mother, who looked after her
home day in and day cut and
made it a point to be home when
the childn n i an i fi m
What was her mother's life, par-
ticularly on i laj -" She
very early on Fridays to make
ready. Then was the fish to cook.
the house to clean, the bread and
cake to bake, the candlesticks to
polish
i -.:. dawi to dusk she wai at
these ta.-k.-, the poor woman. Only
in the last hour she gave herself
enough time to bathe and dress.
How pitiful was he:'
concept of pleasure, she .
ered it pl< >ugh when. Fri-
day's work being all done, when
she was dressed, she stood before
her glittering candlesticks g
the blessing. All her rh was di-
rected to this happy end.
Mother in l.-rael looks back sad-
Ij at all her mother missed. Giv-
ing all her time to her household,
she never learned one card from
another. To se< a high polish on
the candlesticks was what making
a grand slam is to Mother in Is-
rael.
"Oh," sighs Mother in Israel,
"the poor dear never had much of
life. She was like a slave to he!
house, especially on Friday."
Mother in Israel knows how to
do with Friday. Friday she has
a club date which she really en-
joys more than any of the other
wive. This club contains player?
who are worthy of her mettle; par-
ticularly in the Monday club the
players give her a pain.
It is after five when Mother in
Israel is through with Friday's
bridge. Her husband Is already
home when she arrives. Hi
bit old-fashioned in his ways; in
his nostrils still lingers the fra-
grance of Friday's fish and white
that hi' gathered in his
mother'.- time; his eyes have kept
the glitter of candlesticks.
"Fridays at least you should stay
home." he says, as he does almost
on every Friday.
"Can't you put on a new tune?"
she asks.
"Well, you ran give at least Fri-
day to your home."
"I'm not going to be a slave to
Friday a.- your mother was."
"My mother was no Blave to
It .1- her happiest
1: j ... think I'm going to stay
home and rook and bake and pol-
ish all day ."
"I'm just asking you to stay
day."
"Well, you're not going t
demn me to your mother's life."
So it goes in Mother in Israel's
house. Friday's meal ha-
ared by the maid. Her moth-
rass candlesticks gather tar-
nish in the attic. The meal is
quickly over, for Mother in Is-
rtain arrange-
Tonight,- she says, "we are go-
ing < ut for a game.
' ( an't "' stay horn.
asks.
..].- j |eft Ji I i you W '
grht."
But at . .,. stay home."
"Well, we'n <- >ing ui
"It seen i to me
acquainted with our childn
Hut Mother ,!i Israi
her coat on "Gel tl
of the garag
Where are the Mothl
rael'.' Well, it's time they were
coming home from -
hies. The Old -
ting green in the;? att
Sabbath bi
at th<
(.'.host.- of thl
their cold houses,
heads "IV.: Tstl I- tl
lifl V tar,!.-! (';,!.:-' W ..
come of the holy thing
Their chi
school "Wh(
Israel?" Mothei in Isra
in the Monday l lub, th< 1 a
. the Wednesday Club, the
Thursday Club
Mother in Israel w n't
5:30.
Their hu band
. "Whi thi i in Is-
rael '.'" ... Mothei ii 1 si .
home any minute now.
Mother in 1st
She seeketl I am.
And worketh
bridge table.
is like the eagle;
Shi' seeth the tru:
... | rise from the table
.. hour,
ling until -he has won.
'ltht-
.. :- to the
the winning
r his
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\c Dishes \\j|| Be I Red
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Friday, April 5, 1935
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
Announcements
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF HUB
(Reform)
Will N. B. NineUeath St.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, RbU
This Friday evening the regu-
lar Friday evening services, which
Theld weekly at 8:15 o'clock,
|be dedicated to the new mem-
who have joined Temple Is-
^^| in the past few weeks. It
Cbe called New Members' Wel-
Service. Mr. Herman Wall,
chairman of the membership com-
mittee, and Mr. Isaac I-evin, vice-
prtaident of the congregation, in
the absence of Mr. Apte, the pres-
ident, will welcome the new mem-
ben. A committee of welcome
will be in attendance. Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan will speak on the sub-
ject, "The Past, Present and Fu-
ture of Temple Israel."
Saturday inclining services are
^ld at M o'clock in Kaplan Hall.
ie subject of Dr. Kaplan's Sat-
urday morning si-nnonette is
"Clean and l.'nclcan."
KTH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
' 13 S. W. Third Ave.
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Concluding late services for the
season will be held tonight at 8:15
the Junior Congregation of
David in charge of the serv-
Junior Rabbi Peritz Schein-
will preach on "A Challenge
puth." Junior Cantor Irving
Ginsbum will chant the Maariv
services, with Cantor Nathan
Wroobcl chanting a solo during
the evening. Rabbi Shapiro will
speak briefly at the conclusion of
the sim vices. Saturday morning
services begin at 8:.'i0, with the
Junior Congregation meeting at
10:30. The liar Mitzva Club
meets every Sunday morning at 8
o'clock for services, followed by
breakfast.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi
Late services begin at 8:15 p. m.,
when the Rahb/i wi|l speak on
"Maimonicles and His Times." Can-
tor Boris Schlaehman will chant
the services and lead the congre-
gational singing. Saturday morn-
ing Services begin at 8:30, with
the Rabbi preaching in Yiddish.
Mincha services begin at 4:30 p. m.
with the Cbevra Thilim, Shalosh
Saudah ami .Maariv services fol-
lowing.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
15*5 8. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
curately and is intended for use in
all Reform Synagogues, although
it can also be used in the Con-
servative ritual. It is hoped that
choir leaders and musical direc-
tors will tune in on this service.
Cantor Isadore Weinstock and
the choir of Central Synagogue
have sung this music twice at the
Temple. Rabbi Jonah B. Wise will
officiate at the service and preach
every Saturday evening in April.
Burdine's Jewish section on the fourth floor of its main store is
attracting favorable attention and many visitors with its Passover
display. A complete Sader table has been set, as shown above, with
the traditional wines, mat/.os and other requisites, including the llag-
godoh. Wine is shown for display purposes only, no wine being sold
by Burdine's. A visit to the Jewish section with its many traditional
ceremonial objects, books and Palestinian articles, is of great educa-
tional value, and many are bringing their children to acquaint them
with these ceremonial objects for the home and Synagogue.
MOTHER OF ISRAEL
(Continued from Page 4)
brought home to meet their chil-
dren, to have their household ready
for the Sabbath bride, to bring
down the candlesticks from the at-
tic and to polish them, to make a
shrine of their homes, to be like
the wife of Proverbs (of whom the
above is a paraphrase):
"Strength and dignity are her
clothing.
"She openeth her mouth with
wisdom;
"And tho law of kindness is on
her tongue.
"She looketh well to the ways of
her household,
"And eateth not the bread of
idleness.
"Her children rise up and call
her blessed;
"Her husband also; and he prais-
eth her."American Israelite.
ganist. On succeeding Saturday
evenings, Cantor Isadore Wein-
stock and the choir will sing the
rest of the service. It is expected
that the service will be completed
', during the month of April. This
music was especially written for
the Union Prayer Book, the ritual
of the Reform Synagogue in Amer-
ica. It follows the prayer book ac-
PASSOVER SEDARIM
WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 17th
THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 18th
Will Be Conducted at
KRAEMERS STRICTLY KOSHER
RESTAURANT
By CANTOR I. KATZ and "PINCHIK" KATZ
361 Collins Ave., Miami Reach
(4th 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
Regular Friday evening services
begin al .">:!.">. Saturday morning
services begin at It. Oscar Rappu-
port, son of Mr. and Mrs, Max
Rappaport, will be Bar Mitzva. He
will read the entire Scdrah and
recite the Ilaftoro, after which be
will speak in English. Rabbi Julius
Washer will speak briefly to the1
Bar Mitzva. Following the serv-
ices the parents of the Bar Mitzva
will-entertain the worshipers at a
KioMuah in the vestry rooms of the
synagogue-. Mincha begins at 5:45,
followed lev Maariv.
The Unite-el Jewish Laymen's
Committee, of which Mr. jFelix
Warburg is chairman, announces
that the broadcasts during the
month of April will be of the Er-
nest Bloch Service over station
W.IZ and affiliated stations on Sat-
urdays from i! to 6:30 p. m., East-
ern Standard Time. The soloist
on this Saturday's broadcast will
be I'lieeh ieb Schorr of the Met-
ropolitan Opera Company. In in-
troducing this magnificent service
at Carnegie Hall, April 11, 1934,
Mr. Schorr was the soloist, in co-
operation with the Schola Canto-
rum under the guest leadership of
the' author, Finest Bloch. Mr.
Schorr has consented to sing the
ritual and be will be assisted by
the choir of Central Synagogue
under the direction of Mr. Lazar
Weiner and Dr. Mauro-Cottone, Or-
Make Passover Meals
Taste Better
PRODUCERS ASS'H
PASSOVER
FOR QUALITY FISH
Buy at
REID'S
MAX TOBIAS, MGR.
: 1715 S. W. 8th St.
Pom pa noPan Fish
SnapperYellow Tail
FlounderTrout
Kingfish
Fillet of AH Kinds
A Trial Will Convince You
As Usual Ihe
Rosedale
Delicatessen
170 N. W. Fifth St.
WILL SUPPLY YOUR EVERY
PASSOVER WANT!
A complete line of. Manische-
witz, Coodman, London, Horo-
wits-Margareten and Streit
Mat/.os.
MatSO Meal, Noodles, Coffees,
Teas, Sugar, Prunes and Nuts
of all Kinds.
Spices. Vinegar and Nya Fat
EVERYTHING IN THE
FOOD LINE
MIAMI HOME MILK
PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION
KOSHER PASSOVER DAIRY PRODUCTS
Just as you enjoy our Dairy Products throughout the year, you will
appreciate its high quality during the Passover, when these delicious and
wholesome necessities will be made available to the Jews of Dade and
Broward counties.
It is entirely in the spirit of service rather than with the idea of
profit, that the convenience of Kosher Passover Dairy Products is offered
to you. This service is in appreciation of the Jewish patronage received by
us throughout the year.
Every letter and principle of Jewish dietary laws is strictly observed,
with a mashgiach in residence at the dairy.
All religious requirements are under the supervision of:
RABKI S. M. MACHTE1 of the Radio SynagOg
RABBI DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Beth Jacob Cong.. Miami Beach
RABBI JULIUS WASHER. Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong.
Mi
lami
DO NOT DELAY
ORDER NOW
Call, Write or Phone
Home Milk Producers
Association
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THE JEWISH FL0B1PIAN
Friday, April 5, i8*
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Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Founder and Director. Radio Srnagoc < Amric
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Scripture Reading. Numbers. Chapter XI, Verses 4-9, Inclusive
We do not know, today, the nature or the consistency of the manna
which the Israelites ate in the Wilderness. Explorers claim to have
discovered something which hey believe to be akin to that strange
food. The Hebrew legends, however, have recorded some interesting
anecdotes and traditions about the manna. It is related that it had
the flavor of every conceivable kind of food', and all one had to do
while eating it was to wish for a certain dish and one instantly per-
ceived in manna the taste of the desired food. The quality that was
found objectionable by the Israelites was that the manna remained in
their bodies. Thev said. "The manna will swell our stomachs, for can
there be a human being that takes food without excreting it!' The
manna was dissolved in the body and completely assimilated by the
system. One could partake of it without injury to the health.
The Israelites, misled by the mixed multitude that had attached
itself to them at the Exodus, complained of this rare food. They
wanted coarse food, food that contained waste. A similar condition
crops up at frequent intervals in the lives of people, of nations, of sys-
tems of thought, of religions. There are those who object to pure ideals,
to unadulterated thoughts, to systems without roughage, without waste,
without excretions. When these listen to one who expresses high and
noble ideals, they accuse him of being "high-tone," "An impractical
dreamer." Practicality, to them, consists of offering something mate-
rialistic, something tangible, something which is coarse and which
contains indigestible matter to be passed off as waste.
Speak to a people of true values in life, values which enhance the
beautv of living, but which are mere principles for living, and they
scoff "at you. Speak to them of enhancing life through material meth-
ods, Bystems which have faults, and which are premised on unstable and
irrational rules, and they are eager to try your system. Offer them
a nostrum, a quack medicine, an illogical method, and they will fall
for it. How far would a political candidate get with the average voter
if he promised only that which he knew himself to be capable of de-
livering after election? He would get nowhere. So, he promises much
that will be discarded as waste. He feeds the public on coarse food,
on much that is intellectually indigestible, that an alert mind must rec-
ognize as unassimilable, as simple roughage for a body unprepared to
live on pure food.
Pure thoughts, like the manna of old, can sustain life and fill it
to the brim with happiness. Thoughts are things. You have but to
wish for a thing, to concentrate on it, and, mentally, you will perceive
that very thing, will experience all the accompanying sensations. Pov-
erty and riches are but states of mind. Joy and sorrow exist, for you,
only as you are conscious of them. Even taste in food is controlled
by the mind. You may doubt it, but I have seen it demonstrated. I
have seen a hypnotic subject under the control of the hypnotist. He is
given a glass "of water and' is told that it is wine. He drinks it and the
expression of his face reveals the enjoyment he finds in the taste of
the wine. Then he is given another drink of water and is told that
he is drinking vinegar. There is no mistaking his reaction to that
potion. Is it anvthing else but his mind, his belief in what he is told,
that controls his" taste reactions? The papillae on his tongue obey the
command of his mind. I have seen two punctures made in the skin
of the subject. At the command of the hypnotist, blood flows from
one cut, and not from the other. Then one flow stops and the other
beginsall at the will of a mind.
The physical things which men crave, which are admitted into
their Bystems only to be passed off as waste subsequently, arc not es-
sential to their being. I speak, now. not from a medical viewpoint. Let
the physician decide those matters. But. in the realm of thought, .n
th.- field of religion, man has been nourished on much that had better
been omitted from his diet. It has been all too coarse for his mental I
and spiritual health.
Wry often B doctor tells his patient that his Bickness due to a
toxic condition in his body. What does he mean? Ho means to imply
that the system is poisoned by waste matter which has not been prop-
erly eliminated. This clogging up of the human system with wasti
Bends poisons into the body, hinders its proper functioning, and be-
comes a focal point for infection. The same law is at work in the
mental portion of the body. We admit into our systems thoughts which
are composed of much waste matter, coarse thoughts. 1 hey are not
eliminated as readily as we believe them to be expelled. These thoughts
poison our system, "become centers of injurious and unhealthful states
of mind and body, from which many ills emanate and radiate.
Our prejudices and bigotries, our hatreds and animosities are the
result of having admitted into our consciousness coarse thoughts. Try
as we may, we cannot rid ourselves of them or of their influences at
will. Some lingering effect remains, even after we have thrown off
the bulk of the waste. Why fill your mind with indigestible and
harmful thoughts when manna-like thoughts, wholly soluble and assim-
ilable thoughts, are so much more beneficial?
The Good Lord has locked up within each of us the power to be
all that we desire to be. That power is not in the "flesh pots of Egypt."
It is not in the gratification of physical senses, not in the body that
craves for cucumbers and melons, leeks and onions and garlic. Our
greatest power, our supreme mastery is in the. things that are without
waste, the refined and not the coarse. Did we but know how to utilize
t, wen we mindful of that divince Force within each of us. we would
be mastersmasters of ourselves. The truly great do not seek for
mastery over others. You cry for things which you believe unattain-
able, yet, you have but to think of them, will them to be, and they
exist for you. The Israelites knew every desired taste in the manna.
Every taste but that of the five vegetables they mentionedand that
for no other reason but because the Lord knew those to be injurious
to the people, difficult of digestion, unassimilable in the body.
The one prerequisite to control over this power is that you
admit only the pure thoughts, those that will not later need to be ex-
pelled from your body as injurious waste matter, as a source of poison.
You cannot harbor vicious thoughts and be well. In the future, exercise
as much care, if not more, over the mental food you admit into your
system, as you do, or as you should exercise, over the type of bodily
nourishment you take. Do not depend on the coarse, on the rough, on
the indigestible, for your health. Man can live on food that is com-
pletely soluble in the" body. Man thrives best on mental and spiritual
food hat is free from waste, that contains no ideas which must later
be thrown off. You can do with your mind what the Israelites did with
the manna. But, it can be accomplished only with pure thoughts.
It would be unfair for me to close without revealing the treachery
behind the complaint of the multitude-, their plea to Moses which we
read in the Scriptures. They cried, "Who shall give us flesh to it?"
One would imagine that there were no herds or flocks available. But,
it was a fact that, throughout their entire period of wandering they
herded their flocks with thorn. There was meat a-plenty available for
them. So, too, must we investigate the complaints and charges of the
multitude, the mixed multitude of this day, who rebell and who object
to the attempts to elevate them, to raise them to a higher plane of
living. Leaders in such reactionary movements must be watched.
Those who succumb to the pleas of the masses for coarse foods, for
base thoughts, and who cater to their whims, who arouse their lower
.*
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At All Good Stores
Ask for NEW YORK BREAD
BOBBINS ROOFING ft SHEET
METAL WORKS
Responsible Roofers since 1919.
Inspections snd Estimates Free.
222 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-3706
At All Good Stores
Ask for NEW YORK BREAD
WHEN IN JACKSONVILLE
EAT AT
Begal's Kosher Restaurant
567 I.ALRA ST.
(Opposite Cohen Bros. Dept.
Store)
OPEN ALL HOURS
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White Oak Uatker
HALF SOLES 50c
LADIES' HEELS ..........]5{
Atlantic Shoe Shop
146 N. R first AtMU
0. Cortes ui
U6o S. W. EIGHTH ST.
PHONE 2-7529
The Beat in Groceries. Meats. Fruits and Vegetables
YOU'RE CERTAIN OF QUALITY AND KASHRUS
When You Purchase
MIGROCO
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STRICTLY KOSHER
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in the larger cities of the
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15,000 different domestic and
imported articles; clothing,
shoes, FLOUR, coffee, and
other FOOD STUFFS; house-
hold goods, etc.
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Friday, April 5, 11*35
THE JKWISH PLORIDIAN
Page Seven
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Stort The confirmation class of Tem-
ple Israel will present a play un-
der the direction of Mrs. I. M.
Weingtein, at a date to be an-
nounced shortly.
* *
With the Standard Wholesale
Grocery Co., one of the leading
wholesale grocers of this area since
1926, as its distributors, Good-
man's Matzos and other Passover
products arc beinjr introduced to
local Jewry in an intensive cam-
paign in tin- area. Stressing the
fact that their square matzos,
round tea matzos, whole wheat
matzos, egg matzos and other
products are heeing produced un-
der strict supervision of famous
Orthodox Kabliis to insure even the
most observant Jew being per-
mitted to enjoy these delicious food
products, they point out that prices
for these products are exception-
ally low. The products at very
low price i ,;. .
of the leading stores and delicates-
sens in ill area. In charge of
the Campaign is Irving A. Appel-
baum, a member of the firm of
the Standard Wholesale Grocery
Co. sail son of the president of the
firm, Mr. Philip Appelbaum.
*
B. Uarkowitz, until recently
mashgiach of the Floridian Hotel,
will conduct the ritual service at
the Saders of Schechter's Ocean
View Inn, .Miami Beach. He will
also be in charge during the entire
week to insure strict observance i
of all ritual requirements at the '
inn, which is under the supervision
of the Miami Peach V'aad Hakash-
ruth. Reservations may be made
for the Sailers or the entire week.
*
The Campaign recently inaugu-
rated by the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau to raise funds for the relief
of local and transient needy is be-
ing continued until sufficient funds
are raised to take care of the ur-
gent cases confronting the bureau.
The organization will publish
names of it contributors from time
to time, so that the public may be
advised as to the donors. The fol-
lowing have contributed until the
present time, in the current cam-
paign:
Mrs. S. \V. Pasker, S. Plank,
Louis Brodsky, H. Bulbin. Mrs.
Helen Bell, Raymond Bain, Harry
Cohen, M. B. Frank, M. S. Fur-
man, Leonard Epstein, Edward
Freidman, M. S. Fagan, E. Gordon,
Harry Gordon, Miss Ida Hutzler,
M. M. Hertz, C. P. Helmly Louis
Kaplan Harry Kendel Mrs. Harry
Kanter, Ely I.cvine, Sam Marcus,
Larry Marks, Max Mintzer, Ida
Optner, Jack Pallot, Radio Cab Co.,
Max Happaport, Louis Robinson,
Mrs. Hose, Nat Rubin Joe Segal,
H. Seitlin, Seven Seas Restaurant,
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Simpson, Al
Sontag, Jack Stone, Mrs. S. Stone,
Mrs. Wallach, Joe Williamson, Sol
Wilson, Nathan Adelman. R. R.
Adler, Mr, and Mrs. li. J. Apte,
Benjamin Axelroad, J. J. Barco,
J. Becker, Elliott Blumenthal, Joe
Pried, Arthur S. Friedman, Sol S.
Goldstrom, Rabbi Jacob 11. Kap-
lan, Isaac- Levin, L. Levitt, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Liber man, Harry I. Upton,
Joseph M. I.ipton, A. Louis & Son,
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Norman
J. Mirsky, Joseph N. Morris, Max
OrovitZ, Jules Pearlman, Howard
Rosendorf, Louis li. Roth, Dan B.
Ruskin, Harry Simonhoff, Louis
K. Pallott, A. Tenenbaum, H. H.
Miller, I. Wassman, l.ouis Strauss,
Benjamin Rimer, Morris Plant,
Abe Rubin, Henry I). Williams.
Mr. Weinstein, Dr. Barney Wein-
kle, A. L. N'adler, Harry Levy, Dr.
J. Burke, L. Birn, Tillie Farkas,
Barney Slifkin, Manuel Rippa, Hy-
nian Lieber, Moses Berman, Ida
Buckstein, William Glide, David
Gross, Gordon Rosenthal, Mrs. J. ;
Pearlman, D. M. Chaikin, Dr. Berg,
Mrs. William Rubin, Mrs. Charles
M. Tanenbaum, William Friedman,
United Order of True Sisters, Dr. j
S. Aronovitz, Samuel W. Alpert,
Leonard Barr, Bass Jewelry Co., I
Jack Bernstein, Sam Blick, Jacob
and Gordon Davis, Mrs. Morris (
Dubler, Larry Fay, Fisher Lumber '
Co., Furniture Exchange, Henry
Green, Mrs. A. B. Grccnborg, La-
tar Grosberg, Jacob Halpern, Her-
man Homa, Houser & Co., Inc., Ar-
thur C. James, Sam Karnes, Wil-
liam A. Leven, J. Levin, Samuel
Levy, II. Lipkin, Harry Mandel,
Miami Pants Store, S. H. Meyer,
Harry Nevin, L. E. Newman, Ar-
thur Norton, Joe Oren, Harry B.
Orlin, Boris Pred, Harry Rayvis,
Adam Reiss, B. Relman, Jack Rip-
pa. Ms. Henry C. Roome, Charles
Rosengarten, Rubin Bros., Harry
Rubin, Morris Rubin, Morris Ru-
bin, l.ouis Safer. Nathan Saniet,
Jack Schwartz, Louis Stitlin, Ben
Silver, David Sontag, Sam Tritt,
Mrs. Bertha Wall, Sam Wiessel R.
R. Adler, J. Albert, M. Possgold,
Benjamin E. Bronston, Leo Fein-
berg, Jerome Goodman, 11. Hentz
& Co., C. R, Huhbard, Benjamin
Kirshberg, Abr. Kohn, Max Ko-
vensky, Mrs. Emma Meyer, Albeit
Reisman, Jesse D, Scheinman, Mor-
ris Seiderman, Rebecca Shaft, Mil-
dred Sterner, Carl D. Weinkle, J.
William Baros, Mrs. F. Baar, .1.
Becker, J. Behrman, Butler's, Inc.,
Economy Cleaners, Inc., Carl Elbe,
J. M. Eisenberg, Arthur Feehan,
Frank Gallot, Alex Goldstein, Sol
S. Goldstrom, Goodyear Service,
Kennedy & Ely, Inc., Morris Kron-
berg, Meyer l.ascowitz, Jack Lear,
E. B. Leatherman, Harry Magid,
The Maxwell Co., New Alamac Ho-
tel, Sidney Palmer, JMark Perl-
man, Ritz Hotel, Albert Scheuer,
Frank B. Solomon. Thcta Phi Ome-
ga, Baby Wayne Ernest Tobin,
Max Turtledove, Charles Waldci.
Jerome Weinkle, Palm Market,
ior Council of Jewish Women, Sun
Oil Company, Joe Pereno, George
Goldberg, N. Alexander, 11. Stein-
berg, M. J. Kopelwitz, Mr. Price,
Mina Kiss, Louis Weinkle, II. J.
Heinz Co., Maxwell Hyman, Wil-
liam Lewin, Arthur Lindau, Dave
Wine. Leon Sigman, Mr. and Mrs.
David Weiner, >am i->. Rosenbaum,
Ralph Plant and Baker Shoe Store.
All Jew- are urged to send their
contributions to the Bureau in the
Meyer-Kiser building Immediately
if they have not yet contributed.
*
Cantor Boris Schlachman of
Beth Jaccdi Congregation will con-
duct the Sader On Wednesday eve-
ning, April 17th, and Thursday
evening, April 18th, at the Belve-
dere Hotel, Miami Beach, accord-
ing to an announcement by the
management this week. "We have
obtained the services of Cantor
Schlachman because we know that
the traditional Sader will be reli-
giously observed in a beautiful
manner. We are thus carrying out
the policies of the late Mrs. Ida
Fishkind, founder and operator of
the Belvedere Hotel until her death
last year. She was the first to
open a strictly kosher hotel in this
entire area and it was due to her
that Kashrus locally was begun.
Everything will In- done to insure
satisfaction to the most exacting
and observing Jew." Reservations
may he made for the Sader nights
or the entire week.
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1349 West Flakier Street
Telephone Mill
At Al) Good Stores
Ask for NEW YORK BREAD
AS USUAL
Max's
Delicatessen
1167 W. Flayer St.
SWill supply your every Pass-
yver want! .Manischewitz, Hor-|
\owits-Margareten and Strcit'sf
SMat/os. MatSO .Meal and Noo-j
idles, Coffee. Tea. Sugar. Prunes,(
jN'uls of all kinds, Spices. Vin-(
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Keep Alive the Reautiful Traditional
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Rabbi Wolf Wittenstein of the Agudas Harabonim.
It is non-fattening and because of its citric acid content
has a healthful alkaline reaction that relieves you of any fear
of acid-stomach.
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