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The Jewish Floridian ( April 12, 1935 )

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M wJewisti Fioricliari combining THE JEWISH UNITY FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY Vol. 8—No. 15 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 12, 1935 Price Five CemU I Hospital Friends To Hold Banquet Though organized but a short time, thr project to establish a "National Convalescent Hospital" in this area, stalled several weeks ago by Mrs. M. I>. Kirsch and oilier residents and tourists is receiving much favorable and enthusiastic support. To aid the establishment a banquet will he held on Sunday eveninir. April 1 1th, at the Strath Haven Hotel, Miami B< ach, at 7:."n p. ni., when a number of prominent communal workers will addrethe audience. A musical program will be presented to entertain the yuest-. Among those who will participate are Mark Max, toastinn-ter for the evening; Stanley C. .Myers, II. I. I.ipton, Baron de Hii h .Meyer, II. U, Feibelman, Dr. Edward Roth, Mrs. M. Ki Mr. William Taradash and the Rabbis of this district. The public is mired to attend. Miami Boy Sisterhood Names Beth Jacob Wins Honors New Officers Names Heads Leonard Rose, son of Mr. an I Mrs. Harry Rose of this city, who won a scholarship at the Curtis Institute of Music last year, received the unusual honor of being presented in a cello recital on April 3rd, though only B first year student. Aa result of the splendid performance, Leonard was rewarded with a trip to the Curtis Music Dance to Aid Building Fund Thursday Kvening, April 25th, the Young Men's Hebrew Association is sponsoring a gala get-together evening at the Cara Villa Club, :;•.1111 S. W. 17th st., when three floor shows and other attractions will be presented during the evening. The proceeds will be used for the building fund of the organization, which hopes to begin erection of a clubhouse within the next few months. There will be a charge of fifty cents, which will cover admission and other charges. In charge of arrangements is a committee headed by E. Albert Pallott, chairman, and Messrs. A. Cutler and Hen Serkin. Reservations may be made with any member of the committee. Auxiliary Elects New Leaders At a well attended meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation last Tuesday night, reports of the activities of the organization for the past eleven months were presented. The nominations committee, headed by Mrs. Harry Shulman, presented its report, which was unanimously adopted. Officers elected for the coming year are: Mrs. Philip Bcrkowitz, president; Mrs. Moses Pallott, first vice-president; Mrs. Max Rappaport, second vice-president; Mrs. Jack Hirsch, treasurer; Mrs. Tina Kotkin, financial secretary; Mrs. Harry Shulman, recording secretary. Members of the executive board named are: Mrs. .1. Louis Shochet, Mrs. William Clein, Mrs. Nat Blumberg, Mrs. Nathan Adelman, Mrs. Lee Wcincr. Mrs. Hyman Traeger, Mrs. Max Minttier and Mrs. A. Daum. Mrs. Julius Washer, wife of the Rabbi, was unanimously elected an honorary member of the executive board. Installation of officers will be held at a formal banquet during the early part of May. LEONARD ROSE Camp in Maine, where he will l>e permitted to continue his studies under some of the leading musicianin the world. Leonard received his early musical training at the University of Miami Conservatory id' Music anil under Walter Grossman of Miami. It is expected that Leonard will visit his parents in .Miami during the summer. Y.M.H.A.Holds Gala Smoker An unusually large number of gUgestS and members packed the clubrooms of the Y. M. H. A. last Wednesday night when a smoker was held in honor of the organization's victorious basketball team. Among those who were honored and who spoke were A. Cutler, coach; Al Grossman, Murry Grossman, E. Max Goldstein, Nat Blumberg, Cantor Boris S< hlarhnian, Sol Rot fort and others. E. Albert Pallott was chairman of the event and presided. Following the formal program artists of the Cara Villa Club were presented in a series of acts. Refreshments were served. Following a luncheon board meeting last Wednesday at Beth David Talmud Torah, Beth David Sisterhood held its annual election of officers at a well attended meeting, with the following being chosen: Mrs. William Robinson, president; Mrs. Morris Dubler, first vice-president; Mrs. Sol Rotfort second vice-president; Mrs. Louis Wcinklo. third vice-president; Mrs. Max Pepper, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Morris Pepper, financial secretary; Mrs. Sol rV'einkle, treasurer, and Mrs. Kd Friedman, ir. Directors for a three y< n term are: Mesdames Gus Ginsburg, M. Scheinberg and Harrj Markowitz, Directors for a twoyear term are Mesdames L. .1. Hart/., .1. Knglor anil M. Rubin. Directors for the one-year term an' Mesdames II. Rayvis, Sol Greif and Max Daum. Mesdames L. J. Ilaitz and William Robinson were the hostesses at the luncheon. Officers will be installed at a forma! dinner to be laid in May. Plans were announced for the children's Seder to be held at the Talmud Torah Hall Sunday morning. April 21st, with Mr. [gnatZ W'ohl as the host. The annual picnic for the children of the Sunday school will lie held in May with Mrs. J. Engler in charge of arrangements, Mesdames Max Daum, I.. .1. Ilaitz and W. M. Blutstein are in charge of arrangements for the installation dinner. NOTE For the Purpose of M'CHIRAS CHOMAYTZ the following is called to the attention of the public: RABBI JULIUS WASHER of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be at his home, 1012 S. W. Ith st., every morning from lb to 12, and every afternoon at the Synagogue from 4 to >. RABBI DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM of Beth Jacob will he at the Synagogue or his home adjoining the Synagogue, daily from 10 to 12 mornings, and 4 to 6 every afternoon. RABBI MAX SHAPIRO of Beth David will he at the Synagogue every morning from 10 to 1and every afternoon from 4 to 6 The annual meeting of the member ni' Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach, for the election of officers for the coming year W88 held las) Sunday night at the Synagogue. Following a spirited election, till' following were chosen: Mr. Philip Liberman, nationally known communal worker and president of the Mercantile .National Bank of Miami Beach, was named gj g' i 'ff Jewish News Around the World JEWISH NEWS France Grants Commission Beirut Tile Syrian valley of Alomex will be given to Jews under a long term concession, M. Iurieux. the French commissioner in Alexandrctta, disclosed last week at a meeting of the district administration. president; Jacob Becker and Hair'. W'asserman, vice-presidents; M. B. Frank, secretary, and M. Abraham, treasurer. Trustees chosen were: B. Brown and I. Shapiro of New York, S. Steiner of Chicago, Nathan Smith of Tin unto and 1. Brenner of Cleveland; and Messrs. I.. Abrams, L. 0. Bloomfield, M. KrieI ger, Harry Levitt, I. L. Mintzer, A. M. Rubin, S. L. Matz, Joe Rose, I L. Kerzin, Sam Blank, Sam Bes| vinick, Sol Goldstrom, Jos. M. Lip. ton, B. London, A. Rauzin, J. 1 Wien, J. Mantel, I). Becker and J. Albert, all of Miami Beach. The officers will be formally inducted into office at an installation banquet, which will be held alter the Passover holiday-. New Palestine Colony Jerusalem--A new Jewish village, Kfa Vedidia, was established hist week in Palestine, commemorating Philon of Alexandria. A Duty Not to Be Shirked The Jewish Floridian is not espousing the cause of any candidate for office ... IT IS CHAMPIONING THE CAUSE OF DECENT CITIZENSHIP. At this time, when we are approaching the "Feast of Liberation," Passover, we cannot help but urge upon every Jewish resident of Miami, who is qualified to vote, but has not yet registered or paid his poll tax, that he is not a truly free man or woman unless he has fulfilled the rights of suffrage which he possesses and which in fairness and decency he should exercise. We owe it to ourselves as citizens and as Jews to register and pay our poll taxes immediately. The time to pay the poll tax expires tomorrow. DO YOUR DUTY ... DO IT NOW! DON'T REGRET TOMORROW! Austrian Government Adopts Friendly Policy to Jews Vienna—The Schuschnigg government, which has been under continuous fire because of its unofficial but nonetheless effective antiSemitic policy, has suddenly adopted a more friendly attitude to the Jews, which is being expressed in statements to the press. In an article' in the Ilandolszoitung, Chancellor Schuschnigg emphasizes that the Austrian government is not making and will not make any discrimination between races and religions. In this article the chancellor said that "the government recognizes that the development of the new Austria depends first of all on equality for all citizens, regardless of their racial or religious origin." In an article in the same paper Minister of Commerce Stockinger went out of his way to praise the development of the Jewish Homeland in Palestine, and emphasized that Austria intends to cement commercial relations with Palestine. National Academy of Design Elects Sterne New York—Among the fifteen new associate members elected by the National Academy of Design is Maurice Sterns, distinguished Jewish painter. Sterne, who tended bar while getting his art education in New York, won all the prizes for composition, painting, etching and portraiture in his first showing at the National Academy in 1800. Since then he has achieved an international reputation, being represented in the Tate Gallery, London; the Corcoran Gallery, Washington; the Kaiser Friedrich Museum, Berlin, and the Metropolitan Museum, Xcw York. In electing Sterne the Academy set something of a precedent since all of its members are conservatives, while Sterne is a leading exponent of modernism in art. Catholic Scholars Join in Fete of Rambam New York—Catholic scholarship in America will be represented at the national celebration of the Maimonides Octocentennial on April ilth at the Hotel Pennsylvania by Jr. James Walsh, noted Catholic savant and physician. Dr. Walsh, who is a professor at Fordham University and Cathedral College and author of numerous works on Medical, religious and historical subjects, will speak on Maimonides as physician.



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Page Two THE JEWISH PLOWMAN Friday, April 19 Plans are now being completed for a "get acquainted campaign" to acquaint the Jews of the state of I-'lorida with the purposes and aims of the Florida Conference of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and I. >0 J J J A /**• V* '"'* J I AT ALL GROCERY AM) DELICATESSEN STORES TRY-ME BOTTLING CO. 1655 N. MIAMI AVENUE Phone 2-7273 i\i% Liberty Bonds are being paid off by the United Stales Treasury. Invest these funds with us. No charge is made for cashing Government Bonds. Investments in this Association have been yielding 4# on Insured Savings with safety of the investment insured up to $5,000 by the Federal Savings and loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, I). ('., an instrumentality of the United States Government. Save the Federal Way PEDE^SBLE •AND;L O/\M ASSOCIATI — "/"MIAMI FLORIDA 5 -"• E. FIRST AVENUE, MIAMI



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Friday. April 11', 1935 THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Three I &f wJewiisti IFUariidll&in I LORJDA S ONLY JLWl.NH wi;LlLLY News Tower Bldg. I'lim.lSHlI) KVKKV FRIDAT •> Ik. JEWISH ri.oaiuiAN rriu.iKiiiNc co. P. O. %  •> 171 Miami, Fla. Phone 2-5304 mj. W. lltk a..... KDITOBIAI. (iPriCEH: I'fc... 1-1ISI J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor Patll) K. SIIOCIIKT. (Irralalt.. Manafar CANTOR BORIS SCIILACHMAN Field Representative CnUrad %  • in'iia can matter Julf t. 1010, at tha P.iat OTflca at Miami, Florida, umler in. Act of March I. 187V. WEST PALM BEACH SAML'FL SCIIUTZER Representative ST. PKTERSBURC, MRS. MAE BENJAMIN Representative ORLANDO IRENK BRAVF.RMAN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative WEST FLORIDA BUSINESS AOBNT S. G. AROSON 4209 Central Are., Tampa, Fla. til M.alk. Oma Taar 8UB8CEI1TION II.M 4I.M Vol. 8—No. 15 FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1935 When a Jew Plays His Kingly Role This month the Jew turns play-actor for an evening. He sits in a cushioned chair and calls it a throne. His wife has given the table the semblance of a royal feast. He is king. He is well entitled to this bit of sardonic vanity at the Seder table. The royal power that oppressed him in Egypt is only dust that the wind blows away. Pharaoh is a museum piece. The monuments he built by the labor of his slaves are crumbling ruins. But he, the Jew, still stands. He is a statesman here, a poet there; a great physician or a renowned singer; an artist of a manufacturer; a capitalist or a Socialist. He (though death presides over the Pharaohs) touches life at all points. The news of the day has to do with his problems; he is the oldest among men, hut there is always something new about him. He may well look at the ghost of Pharaoh on this night: "Ah, Pharaoh, whose is the power and the glory? By no sword have I lived; the weakest among men, I have lived by the power of the spirit. The meekest of men, I have sought no glory, but my eyes are bright with visions of a more just and lovely world; but the eyes of the nations that were avid for the pomp of power are as dead as buttons. Whose is the power and the glory then? Who is king? By such contemplations a Jew endures his ancient pain. His history is his consolation. It tells him that the pain which hurts today was also suffered long before., that for every pain there was a happy end. Passover, it seems to us, celebrates even more than the Jewish triumph over slavery in Egypt. When a Jew sits at his Seder he has in mind all the travails he has suffered and all the deliverances that have come to him from the hand of God. When he looks at Pharaoh in the dust of the desert Hitler no longer frightens him so much. From looking at Pharaoh he turns to Hitler and with the philosophy of an old, old man who has seen the fulness of life, he says, "This, too, shall pass away." (B'nai B'rith Magazine.) Senator Hodges of Alabama and Suvalk Now there is Senator Hodges of the legislature of the State of Alabama. Rabbi Philip S. Bernstein met him recently. The rabbi and Father Riggs and Dr. Clinchy comprised a Good Will Pilgrimage that had come to Montgomery and had been invited to address a joint session of the legislature on the motion of Senator Hodges. The rabbi asked to be introduced to Senator Hodges. "Sholom alechem," said Senator Hodges. "Aleehem sholom," the rabbi answered with an inflection that indicated to the senator that the rabbi's mind was revolving a question. "Yes," said Senator Hodges, "I am a Litvak." "Kovno?" "No—Suvalk." And how did the Litvak come to be Hodges? Well, he used to be Choydesh and changed it to Hodges "What's the difference, Choydesh or Hodges, so long as you make a living and you bring up your children to be good Jews?" he asked. Senator Hodges, it seems, is one of those fine Jewish spirits that many a small American community has known. Far from the body of Jewish life, these Jews have guarded Orlando Notes Friday night services were well attended last week. Rabbi Safer delivered a sermon, "Philosophy of Man and Woman." Mr. M. Lefcowitz led the responsive reading. All Orlando Jews arc invited in be present at Friday night services. Refreshments are Ben ed foil the services. Mr. and Airs. 15. J, Cohen and sons, Marty and Alvin, spent Sunday in Sarasota visiting Airs. Cohen's parents, Mr, and Airs. A. Colman, \ pedal meetig ol Cong, Ohev Sholom was held in the synai 1 ly. I. Caplan presided. Rabbi B, Safer was re-elected spiritual head for another year. A special meeting of the 101 Club was called Monday by the president. .Morris Haimowitz. Plans for a hay ride were made. Air. and Airs. S. Lasarow of Jacksonville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. M. M, Segal on their return trip from Aliami. Joe Jacobsen and Airs. \V. S. Hill hairmen of tincircle. ij Hi. Sam Witten addressed the Ladies' Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society at a regular meeting. Hostesses were Mesdames S. Drucker, A. I.. Kristle and A. ( arnot. rices at the Temple tonight will be directed by the Temple Sisterhood. Airs. Lawrence P. Lippman, newly elected presidi nt, and Airs. Oscar L. Silvernian will read the Bervice, Miss Margaret G. Weed will speak on "Jerusalem." I iioir will sing special music, Air. L. YVolly and daughter and son, Ruth and George, have returned from New Jersey. Mr. Si Wolfe of South Carolina is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. Kamenoff and family. Aliss Sylvia Roth has returned from New York to spend Passover here. Bernard Roth is expected to be here soon. Tuesday night the Daughters of Israel sponsored a card party in :elebration of their fifteenth anniversary. The committee in charge included: Airs. I. Kramer. Airs. S. I>. Kramer, co-chairmen; Airs. II. Pcltz, Airs. I. Morganstern, Airs. II. Heyman, Airs. AI. Alikis, Airs. S. LovitZ, Airs. P. LovitZ, Airs. Al. Witten, Airs. B. Witten and Mrs. A. D. Kramer. The children's seder, which will be held Sunday afternoon, April 21, will be supervised by the following committee: Mrs. O. Magazics anil .Mrs. H. Stillman, chairmen; Alls. A. Stein. Airs. I). Wernicoff, Mrs. A. Hoffenberg, Mrs. J. Spivak, Airs. Al. Feldman, Airs. K. Miller, Mrs. II. Hammerman and Airs. Fred Soforenko. The novel tacky party to be held May 15 will be sponsored by the entire board and efforts are being made to obtain the services of a very popular orchestra. A cultural evening was spent Wednesday in the synagogue, at which time Rev. B. Safer delivered an interesting address. Plans for continuing Friday night services were adopted. A letter from Rabbi Jonah B. Wise was read by Mr. B. J. Cohen, depicting distressed condition of the Jews in Germany. An appeal will be made through a campaign by Orlando Jewry to make some contribution to this cause. Mr. and Mrs. Baer, parents of G. Baer, returned to their summer home in the North after a stay here. Mrs. B. Schneider, mother of Mrs. M. Blattner, has returned to Baltimore. A regular meeting of the B'nai B'rith was held Tuesday in the vestry rooms of the synagogue. Mrs. Swartzwald and daughter, M. Beiber, returned to the North for the summer. Jacksonville News Circle No. 1 of the Temple Sisterhood held an evening card party at the Temple Home Tuesday evening, when refreshments were served and prizes were given. Mrs. The Daughters of Israel at a recent meeting extended congratulations to Airs. Lsadore Lipson on her twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. Dr. I. J. Strumps was the speaker on "The Value of Pre-.Natal Care." Last Sunday night the Jewish Progressive Society held a dance at the Y. M. H. A. building to inaugurate the spring season. Miriam Calton, Al Schwartz, Airs. M. Glickstein, Charles Levine and Ruth Lipson were in charge of the arrangements. Mrs. Ira Stein entertained last week in honor of Miss Betty Leibovitz, whose marriage to Abe G. Chepenick will be an event of next week. The guest of honor was the recipient of a number of gifts. Saturday Miss Leibovitz was the guest of honor at a luncheon and bridge party given by Mrs. Sam Weiss and Mrs. Leopold. Thirty friends attended. The local chapter of Junior Hadassah sponsored a card party Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Finkelstein. Miss Ray Botkowsky was assisted by Kate Bandrimmer, Etta Bucholtz, Clara Davis, Molly Mizrachi, Mamie Davidson, Ida Baiter and Rebecca Smith. Airs. L. P. Lippman was elected president of the Temple Sisterhood at the annual meeting in the Temple Home, and chosen to serve with their sacred inheritance, have not been less Je.i..h on account of being far from Jews, have been respected even more because they remained so faithful. Senator Hodges came to Fayette County, Alabama, a peddler, the only Jew in the county, thirty years ago. There he remained, in time opened a store, prospered and became a respected man because of fair dealing, a beloved man because of his kindliness. He was nominated for the senate and the fact that he is a Jew was not considered in the least a political disability in a community that (except for him) was 100 per cent Christian. His character transcended any bias of prejudice. He has been re-elected by increasing majorities. (B'nai B'rith Magazine.) her were Airs. I. L. Kaplan, first vice-president; Airs. Louis Berlack, second vice-president; Mrs, I-ouis S, Joel, recording secretary; Airs, s. J, Mendel, corresponding secretary; Miss Rae Hale treasurer. Airs. Oscar Silvernian. chairman of the catering committee, announced a Passover Sedar supper in the Temple home on April 17, with Miss La^ Halle iii charge. Harry Gerbert, chairman of the literary group, reported a play reading for the evening of April — 1 in the Temple home, when Airs. Thomas I.. Snowdon will have • of the presental in, Mrs. Grunthal announced < imittees for the annual luncheon which will be an event of 12:30 o'clock on May 7 ill the Calling Hotel. Mrs, A. A. Rothschild and Air-. Joel Richard will be co-chairmen; Airs. L. AI. Lippman, chairman of flowers; Airs. Roy Benjamin and Airs. Louis Joel, chairmen of program, and Miss Halle, chairman of reservations, which should be made early. Tampa Notes Miss Pearl Buchman and Mr. Henry Raliinowitz of Aliami, Fla., were married last Sunday at Temple Rodoph Sholom, with Rabbi Adolph Burger officiating. As wedding guests assembled Mr. William H. Deuber sang "Bowl of Roses" and "All for You," with Mrs. Deuber playing the accompaniments. The bride was given in marriage by her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. Buchman. Miss Rebecca Buchman, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and Mrs. Manuel Buchman, sister-inlaw of the bride, was matron of honor. Mr. Joseph Rabinowitz of Miami was best man and ushers were Mr. Manuel Buchman, brother of the bride, and Air. Lou Simovitz. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served to members of the immediate families at the Hillsboro roof garden. The couple left later in the evening for a short wedding trip and will reside in Aliami. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Airs. J. M. Buchman. She was graduated from Hillsborough high school, where she was a member of the National Honor Society. She served as secretary to Mayor Chancey when county solicitor. She is a member of Mystic Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star. Passover services will start at 7 p. m. Wednesday; Thursday at 9 a. m., continuing Thursday at 7 p. m. and Friday at 9 a. m. and Fri day evening at 8 o'clock. The R. S. Club of Rodoph Sholom Temple will present a play Sunday evening, April 14th, at 8 o'clock in the school rooms of the temple. Those taking part in the play are Sam Argintar, Sam Kotler, Sam Weber, Marvin Essrig, Sidney Duhin and Albert Segall. The R. S. J. Club will also conduct service.Friday night. Those taking part are Willie Oster, Phil Ilaimovitz, Sam Weber and Robert Kasriel. Rabbi Burger will speak on "The Gi at Sabbath." Aliss Dorothy Oppi imer has arrived in Tampa and 1 spend several months with hei parents, Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Oppei imer. She has been studying art in the East and will go to Gloucester, Mass., this summer to act as assistant to H. H. Breckenridge, famous art instructor.



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L 1 Page Four THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN Protest Filed On Rayburn Bill Washington, I>. C, April 2—Dei of the benefits and financial backing of its holding and i i e management com] the Florida Power & Light Company would find itself in receivership within a year, G. C. Estill, president of the company, said in a statement filed with the house tate and foreign commerce committee protesting against the Rayburn bill, which, by demoralizing his company, he said, would endanger present electricrates and cause great losses to hi-ecurity n ners. "In fact, our company would have died almost while being horn if it had not been for :tholding and service management connections," Mr. Estill .-aid. "Our company was organized less than a year when tindevastating hurricane struck Florida in 1926. If it had not been for my company's connection with our holding; and service management companies it could not have survived financially the tremendous losses which we suffered. Florida also would have suffered even greater loss because our company would have been delayed tremendously in restoring service without the financial and tance we received. "Right in the midst of one of the greatest and fastest expansions known to any state in the Union, B ind and Share Company and American Power A; Light Company became interested in the development of utility service in Florida," .-aid Mr. Estill. "They were faced by obstacles which appeared insurmountable. Florida had expanded so quickly that the service! of local utilities were inuate. Everywhere there was a demand for a utility company or companies with adequate financial facilities and operating experience, and with the skill, courage and resources of men. materials and money necessary to keep pace with this unprecedented growth of Florida, then in progress. The Electric Bond and Share and American Power & Light companies accepted this challenge." Mr. Estill said that newspapers throughout Florida recognized the THE BELVEDERE HOTEL 843 Euclid Ave. MIAMI BEACH Founded by the Fate Mrs. [da Fishkin, First to Bring a Kosher Hotel to Miami) Will Be Open for the SADERS APRIL 17-18 : the ENTIRE PASSOVER WEEK REASONABLE RATES Sailer Conducted by Cantor Boris Schlachman problem of the utilities at that time and lauded the Florida Power & Light Company and its new con"The Florida Power & Light Company had hardly been born when the devastating hurricane of L926 descended upon our state." he said. "It interrupted and brought havoc to the utility constr program then under way. After the hurricane passed, the company fouml itself with 1,500 miles of lines on the ground and 65,000 customers out of service. Construction forces from all parts of the country were called into action to rehabilitate the stricken areas and restore service. From Electric Bond and share Company's %  nical engineering staff came the best of their experts. As a result service was restored In the quickest possible time." Mr. Estill said that the total cost of this work wamore than $l.NHi.ii(iii, which was furnished immediately by the holding company. "Two year.later another hurricane visited the company'territory, causing damage of nearly $650,000 to the company's property," said Estill. "Even while this hurricane was spending itforce the officialof our company had made arrangements with its holdimpany for financii ance ti the holding and service companies i their in tin i astrophe and ter and when local financial and other lid have ired." : tance, Mr. Estill said, e to go I hard and a 100' "We have remained :it the same time have steadil; duced rates, have im] and havi ctended ou eleel of oui "Estill "This recoil! could n made without the co-ordinal e r v i c e company arrang< n which my company has with the Eli ctri l! >nd and Sha Com-' pany. I & Light C mipany would be a bankrupt contoday but for this financial support and the advice and assistance of technical and other problems which it has reel ived from this arrangement." Mr. Estill said thai there every indication that Florida is approaching more prosperous times, "As Florida goes forward my company must keep apace and continue to be aide to finance the expansion of its plant and facilities. This can't be accomplished without the financial aid and assistance of the holding and service companic." RADIO SYNAGOG Rabbi s. M. Machtei, founder anddii will preach ON. VV'IOD at nine n Sunday morning ,„, Y ll Health!" The sermon will i„ ti : to Maimonid a physician and will be dedicated Friday. April 12, 1935 to the physicians and surgeons of the community. There also will be prayers, scripture reading and a question box. Ask for NEW YORK BREAD HANSON ROOFING CO. Roofing and Sheet Metal Contractor (In All Its Branches 1 Phone 2-1831 328 N. 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Friday, April 12, 1935 THK JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Rape Five Announcements An Pen Letter BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conitrrative) 139 S. W. Third AT*. MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Regular services begin at 5:30. ["here will be no late services toll ulit. Saturday morning services gin at 8:30, when the Rabbi will ach on "Shabbos Hagodol." iver services begin at 6:30 dnesday evening. Thursday irning services begin at 8:30, the Rabbi will preach on "Is Present Day Redemption." tntor Wroobel will chant the ces. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 311 Washington ATC., Miaari Beach 11AVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi Early services begin at 5:30. Saturday morning services begin at h:."10, when the Rabbi will preach in Yiddish on "The Great Sabih." Wednesday morning at 7 1 i lock a "Siyom" will be held for i-t born sons, following the usual es. Wednesday evening Passi will begin with services at :>>. Thursday morning the serv. ill begin at X o'clock with a [>rmon by the Rabbi on "Freedom ; nd Its Prerogatives." Cantor Schlachman will chant the -es. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1545 S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi Early services begin at 5:45 p. aturday morning services be' 9, with a sermon by the on "What Is Great About Sabbath?" Wednesday morn"Siyom" for first born sons be held at K o'clock, fallowing the usual morning devotions. day evening at I! Passover will be ushered in. Thursday mornrvices begin at '.'. with a ser;. tinKalild on "Passover urrent Event in Jewish His." TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 1S7 N. E. Nineteenth 8t PR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi April 0, 1935. I want a little chat with the Jewish visitors who are -till in Miami, with these who have been her-, and with those who are going to come. There seems to be a great deal of confusion ill the minds of the Jewish people as to the meaning of the religion and the part the rabbi plays in this religions life of the Jew. Thi' rabbi is the teacher of religion. His religious life consists of conducting services, studying for the interpretation of religion in the form <>f sermons ami lectures, conducting the Religious School, instructing those who wish to study, visiting those in need, in joy and in sorrow, and representing the Jewish people in every good movement for the welfare of the human family. As a human being, of course he has friends and he Contributes according to his means as he sees fit to worthy charities. The religion of the individual Jew consists in doing, not in getting. Religion is not a system of getting anything. Religion is a sanctification of Life, and only those who give and do according to the ideal that Judaism teaches can be called religious. So many vi-i'.ors have an idea that when they do come to Temple occasionally the rabbi must immedaitely guess who they are, and neglect his work in order to pay attention or call on them or entertain them in Borne way. Saturday morning services begin at II o'clock and Dr. Kaplan's seimonette will deal with the subject, "The Right Far. the Right Thumb and the Right T Passover begins Thin-day. A] ril I8th. The first Sedar night is Wednesday evening, April 17th. There will he no public Sedar given by Temple Israel this year. MRS. BUTLER Formerly "I 12.17 S. W. Eishth Si InviteHer Mi.I i.-rn. I. 2I!I N. K. First St. A Complete BEAUT A SERVICE PHONE I-Mlll Kriday evening services will be tonight at 8:15 o'clock. Jacob II. Kaplan will review important book just published d 'Wo Jews," written by K. SokolOBKy, who is one besl informed men in Amer"lay mi Jewish problems Ughout the world. There will an open forum following the %  ure. FOR QUALITY FISH Buy at REID'S MAX TOBIAS, MGR. 1715 S. W. 8th St. Pompano — Pan Fish Snapper—Yellow Tail Flounder — Trout Is ingf i'-h Fillet of All Kinds Trial Will Convince You As Usual the Rosedale Delicatessen 170 N. W. Fifth St. WILL SUPPLY YOUR EVERY PASSOVER WANT: A complete line. of.. Manischcwitz. Goodman. London, Ilorowltx-Margaretea and streit Matzos. MatSO Meal, Noodles, Coffee-, leas. Suar, Prunes and Nuts of all Kinds. Spices. Vinegar and Nya Fal EVERYTHING IN THE FOOD LINE BUY YOUR PASSOVER NEEDS at the NATIONAL KOSHER MARKET 424-428 Collins Ave., Miami Beach A Full Line of Matzos, Matzo Meal, Noodles, Coffee, Teas, Sugar. Prunes, Nuts, Etc. KOSHER WINES A FULL LINE OF PASSOVER DAIRY PRODUCTS What the RELIGIOUS JEW really does is to feel highly appreciative to he permitted to come tn the Temple and to worship With Other Jews, to listen to the rabbi's interpretation, and his religion would prompt him not to expect the rabbi to waste his time, but to help him by a little donation at every meeting and hy finding out what he can do to enrich his own life. If the donations of the Jews were sufficient to employ an office force BO as to relieve the rabbi of unnecessary details that could easily be handled by others, then and then only could the rabbi afford himself the pleasure of spending a few moments with a few distinguished visitors or with those who have shown themselves worthy by their work that they deserve such honor. No rabbi in the country who does his work conscientiously has time to visit even his own members except on special occasions when they are in need of his visit. For any tourist, however intimate he may he with the rabbi, to expect the rabbi to call is unreasonable, for it is an Impossible task and could be performed only at the expense of neglecting the important things for which a rabbi stands. Very respectfully, JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi of Temple Israel, Miami, Fla. THK FINEST AT REASONABLE PRICES WALDORF'S Kosher Meat Market Strictly Fresh Meats and Poultry Phone 8-2287 2.J7 N. W. FIFTH ST. MODERN -:-:-:-:-:-:MIRRORS New low prices on .Mirrors to fit any space plain and beveled. BINSWANGER & CO. s. II. ROSENDORF, Mgr. 1212 N. E. 2nd Ave. MIAMI Rhone 2-3181 PASSOVER SEDARIM WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 17th THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 18th Will Be Conducted at KRAEMER'S STRICTLY KOSHER RESTAURANT By the Boy Cantor "SHMILIKEL" KELEMER 361 Collins Ave.. Miami Peach (Ith 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 PRODUCERS ASS'H Make Passover Meals Taste Better i si; 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. AH religious requirements are under the supervision of: RAIIHI S. M. MACHTEI of the Radio Synagog RABBI DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Keth Jacob Cong., Miami Beach RABBI JULIUS WASHER. Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong. DO NOT DELAY ORDER NOW jGalU&ite or Phone "Miami obme'' Jrl'lm Producers Association 768 N. W. 18th Terrace Phone 2-7696



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Friday, April 12, 1935 THB JBWISH PLOBIDIAN Pago Seven To raise funds for a needy family a number of the leading communal workers are sponsoring a benefit performance of a Yiddish show at Beth David Auditorium next Sunday evening, April 14th, beginning at 8:30 o'clock. "Die Hi'intige Frau," the "Modern Woman," a famous Yiddish melodrama, will be presented by a number of well known professional Yiddish actors who will be assisted by such local favorites as Harry Rose and Joseph Greenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Max Tennenbaum, Mrs. W'cinkle and the four-year-old "Baby Ruth" will be among the professional Yiddish stage stars who will appear during the evening. Admission will be only fifty cents and the public is asked to attend. • • Goodman's Matzo and Matzo iroducts are being distributed in this area by the well known Standard Wholesale Grocery Co., of which I'hillip Appelbaum is head | and living P. Appelbaum, a son of the president and founder, is in Icharge of distribution for the loIcal area. Stressing the fact that [the products are manufactured un| der the supervision of leading Rabbis, members and workers of the Aggudas Harabonim of America, tn insure strict observance of every requirement of the Jewish law, they point out the fact that are exceptionally low; in pact, the lowest in the history of iiis entire Florida area. At a meeting of Senior lladasah held last .Monday at Kaplan Hall, a nominating committee to recommend officers for the coming hear was elected, consisting of tMesdames Harry I. Lipton, Morris l'Uint, Harry Rubin, Moses KrieIger and Barney Weinkle. During lth" afternoon a program was preI with Mrs. Arthur HirtenAt All Good Stores Ask for NEW YORK BREAD stein in several vocal selections, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Max Dobrin. Plans for a thrift luncheon, to be held the latter part of April, were discussed and will be announced in our next issue. • A meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau will be held at the Mark Store on Monday, April 15th, when the nominating committee will present its report and election of officers for the coming year will be held. Members of the nominating committee are: Mesdames Bertha B. Levy, H. I. Homa, Henry Bulbin, J. Simpson and Morris Dubler. Plans for a musicale to be given at Mazica Hall under the direction of Mana-Zucca on Tuesday afternoon, April 30th, from 4 to 5 o'clock, were announced. Reservations, which will be limited to fifty guests, may be made with Mrs. Bertha B. Levy, who is in charge of arrangements. Ralph Kirsch, son of Dr. and -Mrs. M. D. Kirsch, received the unusual honor of being named assistant instructor of Biology at Harvard last week. Ralph attended school at Miami Beach and then attended the University of Florida at Gainesville, where he made a splendid record in scholastic and extra curricular activities. AS USUAL Max's Delicatessen 1167 W. Flayer St. Will supply your every Pass-/ ver want! Manischewitz, Hor-f lOwitz-Margareten and Streit'sf ftMatEOfl, Matzo Meal and Nooles, Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Prunes, ( VNnta of all kinds, Spices, Vingar, etc. KOSHER PASSOVER WINE We Are Very Happy to Announce BEAUTIFUL SADER SERVICES Will Be Conducted by RABBI MAX SHAPIRO Of Beth David Cong, on Both Nights at FAGAN'S Palatial Kosher Restaurant 265 N. E. Second St. Breakfast, Luncheon and Dinner—Also a la Carte SPECIAL PRICES FOR THE ENTIRE PASSOVER WEEK Palestine Carmel Wine Will Be Served >%j FOR FRESH r* SEA FOODS STOP AT CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Our Fish are the freshest — Caught by our own boats daily If It I. Sea Pood, we ham HitHi Try heat, aad at attraHtolr low ,ric-. Oar aiothod ef kaadliac aad ••lUmf Sea Food U la obaerraaee with all the aaaitary rai*a aad refalaUoaa. Jews of this area may obtain the finest of strictly kosher wines and liquors for the Passover holidays at cheap prices from the Florida Cut Rate Store at N. W. Fifth st. and Second ave. Included are Palestine, E. & K., Migroco and the famous orange wines, as well as California brandy and imported Hungarian Slivovitz. All bottles bear the kosher labels and insignia of the Rabbis, under whose supervision they have been produced. • • • Residents of this area will be given an unusual Passover treat this year when they will be afforded the opportunity of using Dr. Brown's Cel-Ray, a popular drink, prepared for Kosher Passover consumption. Rabbi Julius Washer of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, is in charge of the preparation and bottling of the product for Passover use, with the additional endorsements as to Kashrus of Rabbi Wolf Rogin of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Rabbi Liber Cohen of New York. The product may be obtained at all delicatessen and grocery stores in this area. ... Children of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Talmud Torah and Sunday school will direct the fourth annual Children's Sader at the clubrooms of the Young Men's Hebrew Association next Sunday, April 14th, at 5:30 p. m. The complete Sader ritual will be observed in order to show the children how the ritual is to be conducted. Rabbi Julius Washer will be in charge. He will be assisted by a committee representing the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Congregation, which is providing goodies for the children, consisting of Mrs. M. Pallott and Mrs. II. Traeger. • Next Sunday afternoon, April 14th, at 2:30 o'clock a tombstone to the memory of the late Jack Solin and Evelyn Solin will be unveiled at the Jewish section of the Woodlawn Cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Congregation will officiate at the exercises, which all friends are urged to attend. Both were active communal workers of this area and met their death within a very few weeks of each other. Members of Junior Hadassah met last Monday evening at the Talmud Torah. Reports were read by the president that the dance held at the Strath-Haven Hotel was successful. Mrs. Leo Chaikin, chairman of the donors' dinner to be given the last week of April, discussed plans and means of raising funds. The dinner is tendered annually to members and escorts, whose quotas are filled. Those interested may get in touch with the chairman or any member of the committee, consisting of Mrs. Jasper Cromer, I Miss Reggie Goldstein and Miss I Jeanctte Seligman. i Plans are being formulated for | the May Day dance sponsored an| nually by Junior Hadassah, to take place the early part of May. Miss Ruth Sontag was appointed chairman, assisted by Miss Anita Silverman, Miss Yetta Feiner, Miss Beck Nash, Miss Marion Blank, Mrs. Sol Rotfort and Mrs. Murray Grossman. Rabbi Julius Washer spoke on the significance of Passover. The book, "One Happy Jew," written by Nat J. Ferber, was reviewed by Miss Ida Safer. Cultural items of interest were discussed by various members. You May Enjoy Our Delicious Dairy Products STRICTLY KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Under the Supervision of RABBI JULIUS WASHER Of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation y + ~ % %  / .A RICH FRESH MILK SWEET BUTTER SWEET CREAM SOUR CREAM At No Advance in Price NOTIFY OUR ROUTE MAN OR PHONE US W. H. Thomas Dairy S. W. 65th Ave. and 8th St. PHONE EVERGREEN 392



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Friday, April 12, 1935 Page Eight Miami Home Dairy Issues Statement The Miami Home Milk Producers Association, largest producers and distributors of milk and other dairy products of Dade and Brovvard counties, will again distribute their products, such as milk, butter, sour cream and other dairy delicaciel for their Jewish customers for Passover under strict Rabbinical supervision and with a resident mashgiach al their dairy during the entire Passover week. "We appreciate the business and patronage of our Jewish customers given us during the entire year." said Mr. E, (i. Fogg, Jr., general manager of the company, "and though it means an added cost, which we do noi charge the customer, we are more than happy to be of service to our Jewish patrons. We feel it is our duty to provide them with our splendid products at all times, including Passover. We arc grateful to have obtained the services of the leading Rabbis of this area, including Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Rabbi Julius Washer and Rabbi David 1. Rosenbloom, to direct th r< ligious details connected with Passover products, so that even the most obrvant can use our delii healthful dairy pi Heralded by fanfare of nationwide praise and acclamation, the sensationally successful production. "One Night of Love," which serves starring vehicle for the alCalifornia Wine Handled Locally Made by the Wine Industries, Inc., of California, under the supervision of Rabbi M. Hirsch of the Beth Hamidrosh Hagodol of San Francisco, Cab, pure California wine is being distributed locally under the name of "Migroco Wines" by the Miami Wh Gi ery Company al price which Friday morning at 9 o'clock, Fri( ,av night at 8 o'clock, sermon. :!;>Laal and Spiritual Freedom. Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, sermon. "Spring Time-A Le..n From Nature." The re .gmus school will participate in all these services by assisting the congwpation in singing the traditional Of the ritual. The new synagogue will be elaborately dec| ... Mr. Hyman Jacobs and Mr. Gelman. umglv glamorous Grace Moore, permit their purchase by everyone. Locally the supervision of Thomas Dairy to Have Supervision In 01 'ease th ir many ;.: de for during the Passovei msic, drama and exotic Biconou 1;li I, concerns itself with ing and spoilage as he W. H. > s. M. Machtei of the Radio Synagog lias been obtained. P kay, sherry and muscatel wines of twenty per cent in strength are being sold, which insures that their alcoholic content will prevent stage, screen and radio favorite. will open Sunday at the Tivoli Theatre. The film play presents an entrainugly novel blend of romance. comedy, music, drama and exotic settings. It cunce.u, ~ -~ the operatic aspirations of an ambitious, carefree young midwestem girl who travels to Italy to study voice culture with the prize money won in a local radio voice contest. There she meets a gay young American blade with a forFriday night services of Congretune in the bank and romance in pation B'nai Israel begin at his heart, and also a charming debo'clock. Rabbi Alexander S. Kl( inonair music teacher, portrayed by feld will preach on "Preparation St. Petersburg Tullio Carminati. ; s. w 65th ave. and Bth st produce milk, sweet cream and -our kosher, tor Passover, under the supervision of ; Julius Washer of the Miami lox Congregation. 1 lein, an old-time resi. • 1 Mam 1 and active communal %  here, i the mashgiach Rabl i Washer to be Orange Wine Made in Florida E1 on for the \ f its product within a short time, th< of Orland Fla., produi era of the famous "• D'Or" orange wine, to meet the demands of the Ji wish public of 1 Wolf Witter\ .'.. and Orlando. Fla., • < rvise the production an.i bottling vine f Pass ver use. Made of l ur orangi a secret ] rocess staff, its natural %  nt, has a fim ilka • ficial 1 IIO ill after I desiri 1 %  th< wine At All Good Stores \>k for NEW YORK BREAD 'Happ • %  \I' • ; the new comedy romance, comes to th> %  enth Avenue Theatre Sunday with Dick Powell in the stellar role. The story is a glamorous romance that combines hilarious situations with melodramatic thrills, ciety. The to which several cat hy musical maki numbers are added. Thursdaj "Ha lh< ad" is a sort k, when th< Ra Cinderella story in reverse, alon "Individual and N'al though the path of young love is anything but smooth, which furnishes both comedy and drama. for the Festival Passover." Saturday morn ng and manuo'clock. Passover services beg. ;Ui ;< Th( Wednesday evening at oclock erated by W. H. Immediately afte, tl een in the dairy public sader will be held at the ,,. ini h „ synagogue under th aus es 01 Ladies Aux I Aid Sodom." Thursday night at 7 o'c 917 and has : with him Mr. Henry C. 124, They will • d to supply their • with the fim •of fresh wee i which they have • i a reputation, and to su| 1 ly their other rich products to • •1 it by asking for the K %  '.. Chevron D'I al ading stor< in Fl ri la or • .in it from the B Produ 1 at 111 lai I Fla, AMBULANCE SERVICE AHERN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHERN, Pree. 1349 West Flagler Street Telephone Mill REDUCE iout Diet, Drugs or Exercise. Just a simple daily external application of our new scientific guaranteed preparation. Bl REGISTERED M'RSE. SUPERVISED BY LICENSED DOCTOR SLENDRINE SALON CO. 702 Safe Deposit Bldg. (Former Mejrer-Kiser lildg.) b RANGE WINE 'SPRING TO WUB RELATIVES (RUSSIA) Send a Torgsin Order to your relatives in the U.S.S.R. Torgsin Stores an located in the larger cities of the Soviet Union and carry about 15,000 different domestic and imported articles of high quality. Prices compare favorably with those in America • For Torgsin orders %  cc your local bank or authorized agent ORGSIN General Representative in U.S.* at Amtorg—261 Fifth Ave.. N.Y. irgsin Orders May Be Olilaind ;l i the American Express Co, : I-:. Flakier SI. Take Home 2 SUITS FOR $25 Now—And Save! Compare! SUITS Tri-l'ly-. Tropical-. I i.-litFlannels, Worsteds. \\ hin— NEW SHIPMENT Select One 3-I'iece. Value $24.50 Select One 2-IMece, Value .SI 7.50 2 FOR $25 ENJOY THE HOLIDAY! PASSOVER Wines & Liquors For Passover I se >'• 1 nf H VBBI WOI.F W ITTENSTEIN Alls Flavor Port, Sherry Tokaj Gypsy Queen "MIGROCO" WIN] E. &K. PALESTINE WINES Rbhon LV. CHEVRON DOR Kosher Orange Wine HUNGARIAN SLIV0VITZ !" GRAPE BRANDY 39c FIFTH $2.85 GALLON $1.30 FIFTH $1.35 FIFTH 98c FIFTH California $2.50 FIFTH FLORIDA CUT RATE, INC. CORNER N. W. FIFTH ST. AND SECOND AVE. Phone 2-933 1 TASUS $60d yood (oi you Cherron d'Or has a fragrant, tangv bouquet and a delieious flavor suggestive of a vintage Banteroe, This golden, crystal clear, pleasantly stimulating vine i* tbe first real wine ever to l>e made from sun-ripened Florida oranges. It is nonfattening and because of its citric acid content Chevron d'Or has a healthful alkaline reaction that relieves you of any fear of aeid-stomach. Chevron d'Or Orange TX inr is a real treat. Try a bottle today. AT ALL GOOD DEALERS IAKER PRODUCTS CO., ORLANDO THE MOST (UPSTANDING V A LIES IN TOWN! The Most Outstanding SPORT SLIT In Town "GRIFFON" GABARDINES Shirred Back Modi Is Grays Tans Browni Blues Whites Eggshell Values $39.50 t W-*Jf $29.85 $33.50 Regulars Shorts %  Stouts Longs • Short Stontfl SPORT PANTS Galore! Hundreds of pairs from which %  l'lllll|-U^ til |#.in.-> .....-make your selections BHi STOCK MARKED DOWN! $4.60 $5.85-$6.85 COMPARE! FRANK „ WOLKOWSKV 18 N. E. First Ave. %  t —


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Miami, Fla
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April 12, 1935

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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THE JEWISH UNITY
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
Vol. 8No. 15
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 12, 1935
Price Five CemU

I
Hospital Friends
To Hold Banquet
Though organized but a short
time, thr project to establish a
"National Convalescent Hospital"
in this area, stalled several weeks
ago by Mrs. M. I>. Kirsch and oili-
er residents and tourists is receiv-
ing much favorable and enthusias-
tic support. To aid the establish-
ment a banquet will he held on
Sunday eveninir. April 1 1th, at the
Strath Haven Hotel, Miami B< ach,
at 7:."n p. ni., when a number of
prominent communal workers will
addre- the audience. A musical
program will be presented to en-
tertain the yuest-. Among those
who will participate are Mark Max,
toastinn-ter for the evening; Stan-
ley C. .Myers, II. I. I.ipton, Baron
de Hii h .Meyer, II. U, Feibelman,
Dr. Edward Roth, Mrs. M. Ki
Mr. William Taradash and the
Rabbis of this district. The pub-
lic is mired to attend.
Miami Boy Sisterhood Names Beth Jacob
Wins Honors New Officers Names Heads
Leonard Rose, son of Mr. an I
Mrs. Harry Rose of this city, who
won a scholarship at the Curtis
Institute of Music last year, re-
ceived the unusual honor of being
presented in a cello recital on April
3rd, though only B first year stu-
dent. A- a result of the splendid
performance, Leonard was reward-
ed with a trip to the Curtis Music
Dance to Aid
Building Fund
Thursday Kvening, April 25th,
the Young Men's Hebrew Associa-
tion is sponsoring a gala get-to-
gether evening at the Cara Villa
Club, :;.1111 S. W. 17th st., when
three floor shows and other at-
tractions will be presented during
the evening. The proceeds will be
used for the building fund of the
organization, which hopes to begin
erection of a clubhouse within the
next few months. There will be
a charge of fifty cents, which will
cover admission and other charges.
In charge of arrangements is a
committee headed by E. Albert
Pallott, chairman, and Messrs. A.
Cutler and Hen Serkin. Reserva-
tions may be made with any mem-
ber of the committee.
Auxiliary Elects
New Leaders
At a well attended meeting of
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation last
Tuesday night, reports of the ac-
tivities of the organization for the
past eleven months were presented.
The nominations committee, headed
by Mrs. Harry Shulman, presented
its report, which was unanimously
adopted. Officers elected for the
coming year are: Mrs. Philip Bcr-
kowitz, president; Mrs. Moses Pal-
lott, first vice-president; Mrs. Max
Rappaport, second vice-president;
Mrs. Jack Hirsch, treasurer; Mrs.
Tina Kotkin, financial secretary;
Mrs. Harry Shulman, recording
secretary. Members of the execu-
tive board named are: Mrs. .1.
Louis Shochet, Mrs. William Clein,
Mrs. Nat Blumberg, Mrs. Nathan
Adelman, Mrs. Lee Wcincr. Mrs.
Hyman Traeger, Mrs. Max Mint-
tier and Mrs. A. Daum. Mrs.
Julius Washer, wife of the Rabbi,
was unanimously elected an hon-
orary member of the executive
board. Installation of officers will
be held at a formal banquet during
the early part of May.
LEONARD ROSE
Camp in Maine, where he will l>e
permitted to continue his studies
under some of the leading musi-
cian- in the world. Leonard re-
ceived his early musical training
at the University of Miami Con-
servatory id' Music anil under Wal-
ter Grossman of Miami. It is ex-
pected that Leonard will visit his
parents in .Miami during the sum-
mer.
Y.M.H.A.Holds
Gala Smoker
An unusually large number of
gUgestS and members packed the
clubrooms of the Y. M. H. A. last
Wednesday night when a smoker
was held in honor of the organiza-
tion's victorious basketball team.
Among those who were honored
and who spoke were A. Cutler,
coach; Al Grossman, Murry Gross-
man, E. Max Goldstein, Nat Blum-
berg, Cantor Boris S< hlarhnian,
Sol Rot fort and others. E. Albert
Pallott was chairman of the event
and presided. Following the for-
mal program artists of the Cara
Villa Club were presented in a
series of acts. Refreshments were
served.
Following a luncheon board
meeting last Wednesday at Beth
David Talmud Torah, Beth David
Sisterhood held its annual election
of officers at a well attended meet-
ing, with the following being chos-
en: Mrs. William Robinson, presi-
dent; Mrs. Morris Dubler, first
vice-president; Mrs. Sol Rotfort
second vice-president; Mrs. Louis
Wcinklo. third vice-president; Mrs.
Max Pepper, corresponding secre-
tary; Mrs. Morris Pepper, finan-
cial secretary; Mrs. Sol rV'einkle,
treasurer, and Mrs. Kd Friedman,
ir. Directors for a three y< n
term are: Mesdames Gus Gins-
burg, M. Scheinberg and Harrj
Markowitz, Directors for a two-
year term are Mesdames L. .1.
Hart/., .1. Knglor anil M. Rubin.
Directors for the one-year term
an' Mesdames II. Rayvis, Sol Greif
and Max Daum. Mesdames L. J.
Ilaitz and William Robinson were
the hostesses at the luncheon. Of-
ficers will be installed at a forma!
dinner to be laid in May. Plans
were announced for the children's
Seder to be held at the Talmud
Torah Hall Sunday morning. April
21st, with Mr. [gnatZ W'ohl as the
host. The annual picnic for the
children of the Sunday school will
lie held in May with Mrs. J. Engler
in charge of arrangements, Mes-
dames Max Daum, I.. .1. Ilaitz and
W. M. Blutstein are in charge of
arrangements for the installation
dinner.
NOTE
For the Purpose of
M'CHIRAS CHOMAYTZ
the following is called to the atten-
tion of the public:
RABBI JULIUS WASHER of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation will be at his home, 1012
S. W. Ith st., every morning from
lb to 12, and every afternoon at
the Synagogue from 4 to >.
RABBI DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM
of Beth Jacob will he at the
Synagogue or his home adjoining
the Synagogue, daily from 10 to
12 mornings, and 4 to 6 every
afternoon.
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO of Beth
David will he at the Synagogue
every morning from 10 to 1- and
every afternoon from 4 to 6
The annual meeting of the mem-
ber ni' Beth Jacob Congregation,
Miami Beach, for the election of
officers for the coming year W88
held las) Sunday night at the Syn-
agogue. Following a spirited elec-
tion, till' following were chosen:
Mr. Philip Liberman, nationally
known communal worker and pres-
ident of the Mercantile .National
Bank of Miami Beach, was named
gjg'i'ff
Jewish News
Around the
World
JEWISH NEWS
France Grants Commission
Beirut Tile Syrian valley of
Alomex will be given to Jews un-
der a long term concession, M.
Iurieux. the French commissioner
in Alexandrctta, disclosed last
week at a meeting of the district
administration.
president; Jacob Becker and Hair'.
W'asserman, vice-presidents; M. B.
Frank, secretary, and M. Abraham,
treasurer. Trustees chosen were:
B. Brown and I. Shapiro of New
York, S. Steiner of Chicago, Na-
than Smith of Tin unto and 1. Bren-
ner of Cleveland; and Messrs. I..
Abrams, L. 0. Bloomfield, M. Krie-
I ger, Harry Levitt, I. L. Mintzer,
! A. M. Rubin, S. L. Matz, Joe Rose,
I L. Kerzin, Sam Blank, Sam Bes-
| vinick, Sol Goldstrom, Jos. M. Lip-
. ton, B. London, A. Rauzin, J.
1 Wien, J. Mantel, I). Becker and J.
Albert, all of Miami Beach. The
officers will be formally inducted
into office at an installation ban-
quet, which will be held alter the
Passover holiday-.
New Palestine Colony
Jerusalem--A new Jewish vil-
lage, Kfa Vedidia, was established
hist week in Palestine, commemo-
rating Philon of Alexandria.
A Duty Not to Be Shirked
The Jewish Floridian is not espousing the cause of any candidate for
office ... IT IS CHAMPIONING THE CAUSE OF DECENT CITIZEN-
SHIP. At this time, when we are approaching the "Feast of Liberation,"
Passover, we cannot help but urge upon every Jewish resident of Miami,
who is qualified to vote, but has not yet registered or paid his poll tax, that
he is not a truly free man or woman unless he has fulfilled the rights of
suffrage which he possesses and which in fairness and decency he should
exercise. We owe it to ourselves as citizens and as Jews to register and
pay our poll taxes immediately. The time to pay the poll tax expires
tomorrow.
DO YOUR DUTY ... DO IT NOW!
DON'T REGRET TOMORROW!
Austrian Government Adopts
Friendly Policy to Jews
ViennaThe Schuschnigg gov-
ernment, which has been under con-
tinuous fire because of its unoffi-
cial but nonetheless effective anti-
Semitic policy, has suddenly adopt-
ed a more friendly attitude to the
Jews, which is being expressed in
statements to the press. In an
article' in the Ilandolszoitung,
Chancellor Schuschnigg emphasizes
that the Austrian government is
not making and will not make any
discrimination between races and
religions. In this article the chan-
cellor said that "the government
recognizes that the development of
the new Austria depends first of
all on equality for all citizens, re-
gardless of their racial or reli-
gious origin." In an article in the
same paper Minister of Commerce
Stockinger went out of his way to
praise the development of the Jew-
ish Homeland in Palestine, and em-
phasized that Austria intends to
cement commercial relations with
Palestine.
National Academy of Design
Elects Sterne
New YorkAmong the fifteen
new associate members elected by
the National Academy of Design
is Maurice Sterns, distinguished
Jewish painter. Sterne, who tend-
ed bar while getting his art edu-
cation in New York, won all the
prizes for composition, painting,
etching and portraiture in his first
showing at the National Academy
in 1800. Since then he has
achieved an international reputa-
tion, being represented in the Tate
Gallery, London; the Corcoran Gal-
lery, Washington; the Kaiser
Friedrich Museum, Berlin, and the
Metropolitan Museum, Xcw York.
In electing Sterne the Academy set
something of a precedent since all
of its members are conservatives,
while Sterne is a leading exponent
of modernism in art.
Catholic Scholars Join in Fete of
Rambam
New YorkCatholic scholarship
in America will be represented at
the national celebration of the Mai-
monides Octocentennial on April
ilth at the Hotel Pennsylvania by
Jr. James Walsh, noted Catholic
savant and physician. Dr. Walsh,
who is a professor at Fordham
University and Cathedral College
and author of numerous works on
Medical, religious and historical
subjects, will speak on Maimonides
as physician.


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THE JEWISH PLOWMAN
Friday, April 19
Plans are now being completed
for a "get acquainted campaign"
to acquaint the Jews of the state
of I-'lorida with the purposes and
aims of the Florida Conference of
Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis
and I out the state will be asked to de-
vote part of his sermon on the last
day of Passover, April 25th, to this
subject. In a number of the cities
throughout the state where there
are no Rabbis, leading laymen will
present the facts. The campaign
will continue throughout the sum-
mer months, during which time
funds for the work of the organi-
zation will be raised. Work among
college students at the University
of Florida was begun recently by
Rabbi Morris D. Margolis of Jack-
sonville, chairman of the education
committee. Legislative work is be-
ing directed by Mr. B. J, Cohen,
president of the Lay Conference.
Full details of the campaign will
be published in our next issue.
* *
What will probably be one of
the finest Yiddish plays presented
during this year will be shown at
the Beth David Auditorium Mon-
day evening. April 22nd. when
"Shver tzu Zein a Yid" will be
staged for the benefit of the Si--
terhood of Chesed Shel Ernes.
Funds will be used for the work
of the organization, in providing
for the care of the cemetery
grounds at Woodlawn Jewish sec-
tion and for the furnishing of
funds to provide the last rites for
those unable to pay.
*
Mr. B. MarkowitZ, until recent-
ly mashgiach at the Floridian Ho-
tel, will be in charge of kashrus
and will conduct the Sader at Sam
Schechter's Ocean View Inn, Miami
Beach. Reservations may be made
for the entire week or for the Sa-
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*
Beth David Sisterhood is spon-
soring a PaSSOVer card party at iU
Talmud Torah Hall on Sunday eve-
ning, April 2ist, beginning at 8
o'clock, with Mesdames M. Schein-
berg and William Robinson as the
hostesses. Prizes will be awarded
j for high scores and refreshments
will be served. The public is in-
vited to attend.
*
Dr. Ben Luber, fiancee id Miss
Miriam Jacobskind, will be the
house guest of her parents. Mr. and
Mr-. Louis Jacobskind, for the
Passover holidays.
* *
More than two hundred guests
attended the reception held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Kappa-
port in celebration of the Bar Mitz-
va of their son. Oscar, last Sunday
night. Oscar was Bar MitZVa Sat-
urday morning at the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation, where
Mi. Rappaport i- chairman of the
executive board. Oscar read the
Sedrah (portion of the
week), recited the Haftoro ami
ipoke in English on the d
of a liar Mitzva. Rabbi W'l
and presented 0
from the Ladie Vuxilinry
of the Congregation, of which his
mother was one of the four
Following the services all wile
at a reception in the \
room? of the synagogue.
* *
Cantor Boris Schlachman, popu-
intor of the Beth Jacob Syn-
ie, will direct the ritual ami
chant tite Sader Bervice at the Bel-
vedere Hotel, Miami Beach, Wod-
nesday evening, April 17th, ami
Thursday evening, April 1Mb. ac-
cording to an announcement by the
management. The Belvedere II
tel was established several years
ago by the late Mrs. Ida Fishkind,
who founded the Muriila Hotel at
Miami, th first Jewish kosher ho-
tel in this area. Reservations may
be made for the entire week of
Passover or for the two Sailers,
at reasonable rate.-.
* *
More than thirty of the juvenile
friends of Goldie Tamarah Rosen-
bloom attended a birthday party
celebrating her first anniversary
last Tuesday afternoon at Rabbi
and Mr-. Rosenbloom's home at
-Miami Beach. Games were played
and each child received a favor.
The home was prettily decorated
for the event.
*
The boy cantor, "Shmilikel" Kel-
emer, and his brother, Berele, will
conduct the Sader services both
night- at Kraemer's Strictly Kosh-
er Restaurant, Miami Beach,
Wednesday and Thursday of next
we( i Traditional Passover mel-
,!.- will be a feature of the eve-
ning's service, which will be at-
tended by leading communal work-
er-and tour:-!-. The restaurant is
under the supervision of the Miami
Beach V'aad llakashruth.

Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth Da-
vid Congregation will conduct the
Sader services this year at Fagan's
Palatial Ko-her Restaurant Wed-
nesday and Thursday nights, for
which reservations may now be
made at reasonable charges, as
well as for the entire week.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Francis I.. Hughes
are receiving congratulations on
the birth of a baby son named
Francis Leonard, Jr., recently. The
boy was circumcised last week.
*
Louis Jacobskind, owner of the
Seaboard Sanitary Dairy, will this
year again supply his custoiB,
with dairy products, k.,.di,r
Passover, under the supervise
Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom
Miami Beach.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of
Miami Jewish Orthodox ConptJ
tion is sponsoring a card party
the home of Mrs. Nat Blumber
1251 S. W. First st., on Sm
evening, April 28th, at 8 o'cij
Hostesses for the event are J[
dames Nat Blumberg, Jack Hirs
and Harry Shulman. Prizes
be awarded for high scores and
freshments will be served.
Mrs. Louis Weinkle, popu
communal worker of Miami, '
patient at the St. Francis Hospr
Miami Beach.
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Vol. 8No. 15
FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1935
When a Jew Plays His Kingly Role
This month the Jew turns play-actor for an evening.
He sits in a cushioned chair and calls it a throne. His wife
has given the table the semblance of a royal feast.
He is king. He is well entitled to this bit of sardonic
vanity at the Seder table. The royal power that oppressed
him in Egypt is only dust that the wind blows away. Pha-
raoh is a museum piece. The monuments he built by the labor
of his slaves are crumbling ruins.
But he, the Jew, still stands. He is a statesman here,
a poet there; a great physician or a renowned singer; an
artist of a manufacturer; a capitalist or a Socialist. He
(though death presides over the Pharaohs) touches life at
all points. The news of the day has to do with his problems;
he is the oldest among men, hut there is always something
new about him.
He may well look at the ghost of Pharaoh on this night:
"Ah, Pharaoh, whose is the power and the glory? By no
sword have I lived; the weakest among men, I have lived
by the power of the spirit. The meekest of men, I have
sought no glory, but my eyes are bright with visions of a
more just and lovely world; but the eyes of the nations that
were avid for the pomp of power are as dead as buttons.
Whose is the power and the glory then? Who is king?
By such contemplations a Jew endures his ancient pain.
His history is his consolation. It tells him that the pain which
hurts today was also suffered long before., that for every
pain there was a happy end.
- Passover, it seems to us, celebrates even more than the
Jewish triumph over slavery in Egypt. When a Jew sits at
his Seder he has in mind all the travails he has suffered and
all the deliverances that have come to him from the hand
of God.
When he looks at Pharaoh in the dust of the desert
Hitler no longer frightens him so much. From looking at
Pharaoh he turns to Hitler and with the philosophy of an
old, old man who has seen the fulness of life, he says, "This,
too, shall pass away." (B'nai B'rith Magazine.)
Senator Hodges of Alabama and Suvalk
Now there is Senator Hodges of the legislature of the
State of Alabama. Rabbi Philip S. Bernstein met him re-
cently. The rabbi and Father Riggs and Dr. Clinchy com-
prised a Good Will Pilgrimage that had come to Montgomery
and had been invited to address a joint session of the legis-
lature on the motion of Senator Hodges.
The rabbi asked to be introduced to Senator Hodges.
"Sholom alechem," said Senator Hodges.
"Aleehem sholom," the rabbi answered with an inflec-
tion that indicated to the senator that the rabbi's mind was
revolving a question.
"Yes," said Senator Hodges, "I am a Litvak."
"Kovno?"
"NoSuvalk."
And how did the Litvak come to be Hodges? Well, he
used to be Choydesh and changed it to Hodges "What's
the difference, Choydesh or Hodges, so long as you make a
living and you bring up your children to be good Jews?" he
asked.
Senator Hodges, it seems, is one of those fine Jewish
spirits that many a small American community has known.
Far from the body of Jewish life, these Jews have guarded
Orlando Notes
Friday night services were well
attended last week. Rabbi Safer
delivered a sermon, "Philosophy of
Man and Woman." Mr. M. Lefco-
witz led the responsive reading.
All Orlando Jews arc invited in be
present at Friday night services.
Refreshments are Ben ed foil
the services.
Mr. and Airs. 15. J, Cohen and
sons, Marty and Alvin, spent Sun-
day in Sarasota visiting Airs. Co-
hen's parents, Mr, and Airs. A.
Colman,
\ pedal meetig ol Cong, Ohev
Sholom was held in the synai
1 ly. I. Caplan presided. Rab-
bi B, Safer was re-elected spiritual
head for another year.
A special meeting of the 101
Club was called Monday by the
president. .Morris Haimowitz. Plans
for a hay ride were made.
Air. and Airs. S. Lasarow of
Jacksonville spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. M. M, Segal on their
return trip from Aliami.
Joe Jacobsen and Airs. \V. S. Hill
hairmen of tin- circle.
ij Hi. Sam Witten
addressed the Ladies' Hebrew
Sheltering Aid Society at a regu-
lar meeting. Hostesses were Mes-
dames S. Drucker, A. I.. Kristle and
A. ( arnot.
rices at the Temple tonight
will be directed by the Temple Sis-
terhood. Airs. Lawrence P. Lipp-
man, newly elected presidi nt, and
Airs. Oscar L. Silvernian will read
the Bervice, Miss Margaret G.
Weed will speak on "Jerusalem."
I iioir will sing special music,
Air. L. YVolly and daughter and
son, Ruth and George, have re-
turned from New Jersey.
Mr. Si Wolfe of South Carolina
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L.
Kamenoff and family.
Aliss Sylvia Roth has returned
from New York to spend Passover
here. Bernard Roth is expected to
be here soon.
Tuesday night the Daughters of
Israel sponsored a card party in
:elebration of their fifteenth anni-
versary.
The committee in charge includ-
ed: Airs. I. Kramer. Airs. S. I>. Kra-
mer, co-chairmen; Airs. II. Pcltz,
Airs. I. Morganstern, Airs. II. Hey-
man, Airs. AI. Alikis, Airs. S. LovitZ,
Airs. P. LovitZ, Airs. Al. Witten,
Airs. B. Witten and Mrs. A. D.
Kramer.
The children's seder, which will
be held Sunday afternoon, April
21, will be supervised by the fol-
lowing committee: Mrs. O. Maga-
zics anil .Mrs. H. Stillman, chair-
men; Alls. A. Stein. Airs. I). Werni-
coff, Mrs. A. Hoffenberg, Mrs. J.
Spivak, Airs. Al. Feldman, Airs. K.
Miller, Mrs. II. Hammerman and
Airs. Fred Soforenko.
The novel tacky party to be held
May 15 will be sponsored by the
entire board and efforts are being
made to obtain the services of a
very popular orchestra.
A cultural evening was spent
Wednesday in the synagogue, at
which time Rev. B. Safer delivered
an interesting address. Plans for
continuing Friday night services
were adopted. A letter from Rabbi
Jonah B. Wise was read by Mr. B.
J. Cohen, depicting distressed con-
dition of the Jews in Germany. An
appeal will be made through a
campaign by Orlando Jewry to
make some contribution to this
cause.
Mr. and Mrs. Baer, parents of
G. Baer, returned to their summer
home in the North after a stay
here.
Mrs. B. Schneider, mother of
Mrs. M. Blattner, has returned to
Baltimore.
A regular meeting of the B'nai
B'rith was held Tuesday in the
vestry rooms of the synagogue.
Mrs. Swartzwald and daughter,
M. Beiber, returned to the North
for the summer.
Jacksonville News
Circle No. 1 of the Temple Sis-
terhood held an evening card party
at the Temple Home Tuesday eve-
ning, when refreshments were
served and prizes were given. Mrs.
The Daughters of Israel at a re-
cent meeting extended congratula-
tions to Airs. Lsadore Lipson on
her twenty-fifth wedding anniver-
sary. Dr. I. J. Strumps was the
speaker on "The Value of Pre-.Na-
tal Care."
Last Sunday night the Jewish
Progressive Society held a dance
at the Y. M. H. A. building to in-
augurate the spring season. Mir-
iam Calton, Al Schwartz, Airs. M.
Glickstein, Charles Levine and
Ruth Lipson were in charge of the
arrangements.
Mrs. Ira Stein entertained last
week in honor of Miss Betty Leib-
ovitz, whose marriage to Abe G.
Chepenick will be an event of next
week. The guest of honor was the
recipient of a number of gifts. Sat-
urday Miss Leibovitz was the guest
of honor at a luncheon and bridge
party given by Mrs. Sam Weiss
and Mrs. Leopold. Thirty friends
attended.
The local chapter of Junior Ha-
dassah sponsored a card party
Wednesday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Finkelstein. Miss Ray
Botkowsky was assisted by Kate
Bandrimmer, Etta Bucholtz, Clara
Davis, Molly Mizrachi, Mamie Da-
vidson, Ida Baiter and Rebecca
Smith.
Airs. L. P. Lippman was elected
president of the Temple Sisterhood
at the annual meeting in the Tem-
ple Home, and chosen to serve with
their sacred inheritance, have not been less Je.i..h on ac-
count of being far from Jews, have been respected even more
because they remained so faithful. Senator Hodges came
to Fayette County, Alabama, a peddler, the only Jew in the
county, thirty years ago. There he remained, in time opened
a store, prospered and became a respected man because of
fair dealing, a beloved man because of his kindliness.
He was nominated for the senate and the fact that he
is a Jew was not considered in the least a political disability
in a community that (except for him) was 100 per cent
Christian. His character transcended any bias of prejudice.
He has been re-elected by increasing majorities. (B'nai B'rith
Magazine.)
her were Airs. I. L. Kaplan, first
vice-president; Airs. Louis Berlack,
second vice-president; Mrs, I-ouis
S, Joel, recording secretary; Airs,
s. J, Mendel, corresponding secre-
tary; Miss Rae Hale treasurer.
Airs. Oscar Silvernian. chairman
of the catering committee, an-
nounced a Passover Sedar supper
in the Temple home on April 17,
with Miss La^ Halle iii charge.
Harry Gerbert, chairman of
the literary group, reported a play
reading for the evening of April
1 in the Temple home, when Airs.
Thomas I.. Snowdon will have
of the presental in,
Mrs. Grunthal announced <.....i-
mittees for the annual luncheon
which will be an event of 12:30
o'clock on May 7 ill the Calling
Hotel. Mrs, A. A. Rothschild and
Air-. Joel Richard will be co-chair-
men; Airs. L. AI. Lippman, chair-
man of flowers; Airs. Roy Benja-
min and Airs. Louis Joel, chairmen
of program, and Miss Halle, chair-
man of reservations, which should
be made early.
Tampa Notes
Miss Pearl Buchman and Mr.
Henry Raliinowitz of Aliami, Fla.,
were married last Sunday at Tem-
ple Rodoph Sholom, with Rabbi
Adolph Burger officiating.
As wedding guests assembled
Mr. William H. Deuber sang "Bowl
of Roses" and "All for You," with
Mrs. Deuber playing the accom-
paniments.
The bride was given in marriage
by her father and mother, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Buchman.
Miss Rebecca Buchman, sister of
the bride, was maid of honor and
Mrs. Manuel Buchman, sister-in-
law of the bride, was matron of
honor.
Mr. Joseph Rabinowitz of Miami
was best man and ushers were Mr.
Manuel Buchman, brother of the
bride, and Air. Lou Simovitz.
Following the ceremony a wed-
ding dinner was served to members
of the immediate families at the
Hillsboro roof garden. The couple
left later in the evening for a short
wedding trip and will reside in
Aliami.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Airs. J. M. Buchman. She was
graduated from Hillsborough high
school, where she was a member
of the National Honor Society. She
served as secretary to Mayor
Chancey when county solicitor. She
is a member of Mystic Chapter, Or-
der of the Eastern Star.
Passover services will start at
7 p. m. Wednesday; Thursday at 9
a. m., continuing Thursday at 7 p.
m. and Friday at 9 a. m. and Fri
day evening at 8 o'clock.
The R. S. Club of Rodoph Sho-
lom Temple will present a play
Sunday evening, April 14th, at 8
o'clock in the school rooms of the
temple. Those taking part in the
play are Sam Argintar, Sam Kot-
ler, Sam Weber, Marvin Essrig,
Sidney Duhin and Albert Segall.
The R. S. J. Club will also con-
duct service.- Friday night. Those
taking part are Willie Oster, Phil
Ilaimovitz, Sam Weber and Rob-
ert Kasriel. Rabbi Burger will
speak on "The Gi at Sabbath."
Aliss Dorothy Oppi imer has
arrived in Tampa and 1 spend
several months with hei parents,
Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Oppei imer.
She has been studying art in the
East and will go to Gloucester,
Mass., this summer to act as as-
sistant to H. H. Breckenridge, fa-
mous art instructor.


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THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
Protest Filed
On Rayburn Bill
Washington, I>. C, April 2De-
i of the benefits and finan-
cial backing of its holding and
i i e management com]
the Florida Power & Light Com-
pany would find itself in receiver-
ship within a year, G. C. Estill,
president of the company, said in
a statement filed with the house
tate and foreign commerce
committee protesting against the
Rayburn bill, which, by demoraliz-
ing his company, he said, would en-
danger present electric- rates and
cause great losses to hi- -ecurity
n ners.
"In fact, our company would
have died almost while being horn
if it had not been for :t- holding
and service management connec-
tions," Mr. Estill .-aid. "Our com-
pany was organized less than a
year when tin- devastating hurri-
cane struck Florida in 1926. If it
had not been for my company's
connection with our holding; and
service management companies it
could not have survived financial-
ly the tremendous losses which we
suffered. Florida also would have
suffered even greater loss because
our company would have been de-
layed tremendously in restoring
service without the financial and
tance we received.
"Right in the midst of one of
the greatest and fastest expansions
known to any state in the Union,
B ind and Share Com-
pany and American Power A; Light
Company became interested in the
development of utility service in
Florida," .-aid Mr. Estill. "They
were faced by obstacles which ap-
peared insurmountable. Florida
had expanded so quickly that the
service! of local utilities were in-
uate. Everywhere there was
a demand for a utility company or
companies with adequate financial
facilities and operating experience,
and with the skill, courage and re-
sources of men. materials and
money necessary to keep pace with
this unprecedented growth of Flor-
ida, then in progress. The Elec-
tric Bond and Share and American
Power & Light companies accept-
ed this challenge."
Mr. Estill said that newspapers
throughout Florida recognized the
THE BELVEDERE HOTEL
843 Euclid Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
Founded by the Fate Mrs. [da Fishkin, First to Bring a Kosher
Hotel to Miami)
Will Be Open for the SADERS
APRIL 17-18
: the
ENTIRE PASSOVER WEEK
REASONABLE RATES
Sailer Conducted by Cantor Boris Schlachman
problem of the utilities at that
time and lauded the Florida Power
& Light Company and its new con-
"The Florida Power & Light
Company had hardly been born
when the devastating hurricane of
L926 descended upon our state." he
said. "It interrupted and brought
havoc to the utility constr
program then under way. After
the hurricane passed, the company
fouml itself with 1,500 miles of
lines on the ground and 65,000 cus-
tomers out of service. Construc-
tion forces from all parts of the
country were called into action to
rehabilitate the stricken areas and
restore service. From Electric
Bond and share Company's
nical engineering staff came the
best of their experts. As a result
service was restored In the quick-
est possible time."
Mr. Estill said that the total
cost of this work wa- more than
$l.NHi.ii(iii, which was furnished
immediately by the holding com-
pany.
"Two year.- later another hurri-
cane visited the company'- terri-
tory, causing damage of nearly
$650,000 to the company's prop-
erty," said Estill. "Even while this
hurricane was spending it- force
the official- of our company had
made arrangements with its hold-
impany for financii
ance ti
the holding and service companies
i their
in tin i astrophe and
ter and when local financial and
other lid have
ired."
:
. tance, Mr. Estill said,
e to go I
hard and
a 100'
.
"We have remained -
:it the same time have steadil;
duced rates, have im]
and havi ctended ou
eleel
of oui "Estill
"This recoil! could n
made without the co-ordinal
- e r v i c e company arrang< n
which my company has with the
Eli ctri l! >nd and Sha Com-'
pany.
I & Light
C mipany would be a bankrupt con-
today but for this financial
support and the advice and assist-
ance of technical and other prob-
lems which it has reel ived from
this arrangement."
Mr. Estill said thai there every
indication that Florida is ap-
proaching more prosperous times,
"As Florida goes forward my com-
pany must keep apace and con-
tinue to be aide to finance the ex-
pansion of its plant and facilities.
This can't be accomplished with-
out the financial aid and assistance
of the holding and service com-
panic."
RADIO
SYNAGOG
Rabbi s. M. Machtei, founder
anddii
will preach on. VV'IOD at
nine n Sunday morning
,, Y ll Health!" The sermon
will i ti : to Maimonid
a physician and will be dedicated
Friday. April 12, 1935
to the physicians and surgeons of
the community. There also will
be prayers, scripture reading and
a question box.
Ask for NEW YORK BREAD
HANSON ROOFING CO.
Roofing and Sheet Metal
Contractor
(In All Its Branches 1
Phone 2-1831
328 N. E. 13th St.
Standard Wholesale Grocery Co.
139-169 N. E. Tenth Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
*
Mr. Retailer:
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now.
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For information write or phone
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Owner and Director
16'.'., S. W. 1.1th St.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
I'hone J--7.IU
The Finest of
STRICTLY KOSHER PASSOVER
DAIRY PRODUCTS
Under the Supervision of
RABBI DAVID I. ROSENHLOOM of Miami Beach
Will Again Be Provided by
The Seaboard Sanitary Dairy
3820 N. W. lth St. I'hone Canal 91
MIAMI'S ONLY JEWISH DAIRY
To Make Sure It's
REALLY GOOD!
Demand
August Bros.
Delicious Products
\ complete line of Almond and Coconut Macareons, Nut
( ake, Sponge take, all Holiday Delicacies, all reason-
ably priced.
\i Ml Leading Delicatessen and Grocery Store*, or
at Our Bakery
AUGUST BROS.
MACK BAKERY
361 S. W. EIGHTH ST.
Phone 2-9435
SCHIFF'S
Delicatessen & Kosher Market
618 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach
Phone 5-3751
169 N. W. 5th St.. Miami
WILL SUPPLY YOUR EVERY PASSOVER NEED
A Complete line of Everything You Need in Passover Foods
KOSHER WINES
A lull Line of Strictly Kosher Passover Dairy Products
STRICTLY FRESH FLORIDA EGGS
Fresh From the Farm
ALL ATTRACTIVELY PRICED

FOR AN ENJOYABLE PASSOVER
Make ^ our Reservations With
SAM S( HECHTER'S
OCEAN VIEW INN
Ocean Drive and 2nd St.
MIAMI BEACH
For the Sedorim April 17th and April 18th
Or for the Entire Passover Week
Under the Supervision of
The Miami Beach Vaad Hakashruth
B. MARKOWITZ
Formerly of the Floridian Hotel. Is Our
MASHGIACH


Friday, April 12, 1935
THK JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Rape Five
Announcements An Pen Letter
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conitrrative)
139 S. W. Third At*.
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Regular services begin at 5:30.
["here will be no late services to-
ll ulit. Saturday morning services
gin at 8:30, when the Rabbi will
, ach on "Shabbos Hagodol."
iver services begin at 6:30
dnesday evening. Thursday
irning services begin at 8:30,
the Rabbi will preach on "Is
Present Day Redemption."
tntor Wroobel will chant the
ces.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
311 Washington Atc., Miaari Beach
11AVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi
Early services begin at 5:30.
Saturday morning services begin at
h:."10, when the Rabbi will preach
in Yiddish on "The Great Sab-
ih." Wednesday morning at 71
i lock a "Siyom" will be held for
i-t born sons, following the usual
es. Wednesday evening Pass-
i will begin with services at
:>>. Thursday morning the serv-
. ill begin at X o'clock with a
[>rmon by the Rabbi on "Freedom
; nd Its Prerogatives." Cantor
Schlachman will chant the
. -es.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
Early services begin at 5:45 p.
aturday morning services be-
' 9, with a sermon by the
on "What Is Great About
Sabbath?" Wednesday morn-
"Siyom" for first born sons
be held at K o'clock, fallow-
ing the usual morning devotions.
day evening at I! Passover
will be ushered in. Thursday morn-
rvices begin at '.'. with a ser-
;. tin- Kalild on "Passover -
urrent Event in Jewish His-
."
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
1S7 N. E. Nineteenth 8t
PR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
April 0, 1935.
I want a little chat with the Jew-
ish visitors who are -till in Miami,
with these who have been her-,
and with those who are going to
come. There seems to be a great
deal of confusion ill the minds of
the Jewish people as to the mean-
ing of the religion and the part
the rabbi plays in this religions
life of the Jew.
Thi' rabbi is the teacher of re-
ligion. His religious life consists
of conducting services, studying
for the interpretation of religion
in the form <>f sermons ami lec-
tures, conducting the Religious
School, instructing those who wish
to study, visiting those in need, in
joy and in sorrow, and represent-
ing the Jewish people in every good
movement for the welfare of the
human family.
As a human being, of course he
has friends and he Contributes ac-
cording to his means as he sees
fit to worthy charities. The reli-
gion of the individual Jew consists
in doing, not in getting. Religion
is not a system of getting any-
thing. Religion is a sanctification
of Life, and only those who give
and do according to the ideal that
Judaism teaches can be called re-
ligious.
So many vi-i'.ors have an idea
that when they do come to Temple
occasionally the rabbi must imme-
daitely guess who they are, and
neglect his work in order to pay
attention or call on them or en-
tertain them in Borne way.
Saturday morning services begin
at II o'clock and Dr. Kaplan's sei-
monette will deal with the subject,
"The Right Far. the Right Thumb
and the Right T
Passover begins Thin-day. A] ril
I8th. The first Sedar night is
Wednesday evening, April 17th.
There will he no public Sedar given
by Temple Israel this year.
MRS. BUTLER
Formerly "I
12.17 S. W. Eishth Si
Invite- Her Mi.-......Ii.-rn. I.
2I!I N. K. First St.
A Complete
BEAUT A SERVICE
PHONE I-Mlll
Kriday evening services will be
tonight at 8:15 o'clock.
Jacob II. Kaplan will review
important book just published
d 'Wo Jews," written by
K. SokolOBKy, who is one
besl informed men in Amer-
"lay mi Jewish problems
Ughout the world. There will
an open forum following the
ure.
FOR QUALITY FISH
Buy at
REID'S
MAX TOBIAS, MGR.
1715 S. W. 8th St.
PompanoPan Fish
SnapperYellow Tail
FlounderTrout
Is ingf i'-h
Fillet of All Kinds
Trial Will Convince You
As Usual the
Rosedale
Delicatessen
170 N. W. Fifth St.
WILL SUPPLY YOUR EVERY
PASSOVER want:
A complete line. of.. Manischc-
witz. Goodman. London, Iloro-
wltx-Margaretea and streit
Matzos.
MatSO Meal, Noodles, Coffee-,
leas. Suar, Prunes and Nuts
of all Kinds.
Spices. Vinegar and Nya Fal
EVERYTHING IN THE
FOOD LINE
BUY YOUR PASSOVER NEEDS
at the
NATIONAL KOSHER MARKET
424-428 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
A Full Line of Matzos, Matzo Meal, Noodles, Coffee,
Teas, Sugar. Prunes, Nuts, Etc.
KOSHER WINES
A FULL LINE OF PASSOVER DAIRY PRODUCTS
What the RELIGIOUS JEW
really does is to feel highly appre-
ciative to he permitted to come
tn the Temple and to worship With
Other Jews, to listen to the rabbi's
interpretation, and his religion
would prompt him not to expect
the rabbi to waste his time, but to
help him by a little donation at
every meeting and hy finding out
what he can do to enrich his own
life.
If the donations of the Jews were
sufficient to employ an office force
bo as to relieve the rabbi of un-
necessary details that could easily
be handled by others, then and
then only could the rabbi afford
himself the pleasure of spending a
few moments with a few distin-
guished visitors or with those who
have shown themselves worthy by
their work that they deserve such
honor. No rabbi in the country
who does his work conscientiously
has time to visit even his own
members except on special occa-
sions when they are in need of his
visit. For any tourist, however in-
timate he may he with the rabbi,
to expect the rabbi to call is un-
reasonable, for it is an Impossible
task and could be performed only
at the expense of neglecting the
important things for which a rabbi
stands.
Very respectfully,
JACOB II. KAPLAN.
Rabbi of Temple Israel,
Miami, Fla.
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* *
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Strictly Fresh Meats and Poultry
Phone 8-2287
2.J7 N. W. FIFTH ST.
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s. II. ROSENDORF, Mgr.
1212 N. E. 2nd Ave. MIAMI
Rhone 2-3181
PASSOVER SEDARIM
WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 17th
THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 18th
Will Be Conducted at
KRAEMER'S STRICTLY KOSHER
RESTAURANT
By the Boy Cantor "SHMILIKEL" KELEMER
361 Collins Ave.. Miami Peach
(Ith 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

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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.
AH religious requirements are under the supervision of:
RAIIHI S. M. MACHTEI of the Radio Synagog
RABBI DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM. Keth Jacob Cong., Miami Beach
RABBI JULIUS WASHER. Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong.
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Friday, April 12, 1935
THB JBWISH PLOBIDIAN
Pago Seven
To raise funds for a needy fam-
ily a number of the leading com-
munal workers are sponsoring a
benefit performance of a Yiddish
show at Beth David Auditorium
next Sunday evening, April 14th,
beginning at 8:30 o'clock. "Die
Hi'intige Frau," the "Modern
Woman," a famous Yiddish melo-
drama, will be presented by a num-
ber of well known professional
Yiddish actors who will be assist-
ed by such local favorites as Har-
ry Rose and Joseph Greenberg. Mr.
and Mrs. Max Tennenbaum, Mrs.
W'cinkle and the four-year-old
"Baby Ruth" will be among the
professional Yiddish stage stars
who will appear during the eve-
ning. Admission will be only fifty
cents and the public is asked to
attend.

Goodman's Matzo and Matzo
iroducts are being distributed in
this area by the well known Stand-
ard Wholesale Grocery Co., of
which I'hillip Appelbaum is head
| and living P. Appelbaum, a son of
the president and founder, is in
Icharge of distribution for the lo-
Ical area. Stressing the fact that
[the products are manufactured un-
| der the supervision of leading
Rabbis, members and workers of
the Aggudas Harabonim of Amer-
ica, tn insure strict observance of
every requirement of the Jewish
law, they point out the fact that
are exceptionally low; in
pact, the lowest in the history of
iiis entire Florida area.
* *
At a meeting of Senior lladas-
ah held last .Monday at Kaplan
Hall, a nominating committee to
recommend officers for the coming
hear was elected, consisting of
tMesdames Harry I. Lipton, Morris
l'Uint, Harry Rubin, Moses Krie-
Iger and Barney Weinkle. During
lth" afternoon a program was pre-
I with Mrs. Arthur Hirten-
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stein in several vocal selections,
accompanied at the piano by Mrs.
Max Dobrin. Plans for a thrift
luncheon, to be held the latter part
of April, were discussed and will
be announced in our next issue.
*
A meeting of the Ladies' Aux-
iliary of the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau will be held at the Mark
Store on Monday, April 15th, when
the nominating committee will pre-
sent its report and election of of-
ficers for the coming year will be
held. Members of the nominating
committee are: Mesdames Bertha
B. Levy, H. I. Homa, Henry Bul-
bin, J. Simpson and Morris Dubler.
Plans for a musicale to be given
at Mazica Hall under the direction
of Mana-Zucca on Tuesday after-
noon, April 30th, from 4 to 5
o'clock, were announced. Reserva-
tions, which will be limited to fifty
guests, may be made with Mrs.
Bertha B. Levy, who is in charge
of arrangements.
*
Ralph Kirsch, son of Dr. and
-Mrs. M. D. Kirsch, received the
unusual honor of being named as-
sistant instructor of Biology at
Harvard last week. Ralph attend-
ed school at Miami Beach and then
attended the University of Florida
at Gainesville, where he made a
splendid record in scholastic and
extra curricular activities.
AS USUAL
Max's
Delicatessen
1167 W. Flayer St.
Will supply your every Pass-/
ver want! Manischewitz, Hor-f
lOwitz-Margareten and Streit'sf
ftMatEOfl, Matzo Meal and Noo-
les, Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Prunes, (
VNnta of all kinds, Spices, Vin-
gar, etc.
KOSHER PASSOVER
WINE
We Are Very Happy to Announce
BEAUTIFUL SADER SERVICES
Will Be Conducted by
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
Of Beth David Cong, on
Both Nights at
FAGAN'S
Palatial Kosher Restaurant
265 N. E. Second St.
Breakfast, Luncheon and DinnerAlso a la Carte
SPECIAL PRICES FOR THE ENTIRE PASSOVER WEEK
Palestine Carmel Wine Will Be Served
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FOR
FRESH
r*
SEA FOODS
STOP AT
CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART
OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
Our Fish are the freshest Caught by
our own boats daily
If It I. Sea Pood, we ham HitHi Try heat, aad at attraHtolr
low ,ric-. Oar aiothod ef kaadliac aad lUmf Sea Food U la
obaerraaee with all the aaaitary rai*a aad refalaUoaa.
Jews of this area may obtain the
finest of strictly kosher wines and
liquors for the Passover holidays
at cheap prices from the Florida
Cut Rate Store at N. W. Fifth st.
and Second ave. Included are Pal-
estine, E. & K., Migroco and the
famous orange wines, as well as
California brandy and imported
Hungarian Slivovitz. All bottles
bear the kosher labels and insig-
nia of the Rabbis, under whose su-
pervision they have been produced.

Residents of this area will be
given an unusual Passover treat
this year when they will be af-
forded the opportunity of using
Dr. Brown's Cel-Ray, a popular
drink, prepared for Kosher Pass-
over consumption. Rabbi Julius
Washer of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation, is in charge
of the preparation and bottling of
the product for Passover use, with
the additional endorsements as to
Kashrus of Rabbi Wolf Rogin of
Brooklyn, N. Y., and Rabbi Liber
Cohen of New York. The product
may be obtained at all delicatessen
and grocery stores in this area.
...
Children of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Talmud Torah and Sun-
day school will direct the fourth
annual Children's Sader at the
clubrooms of the Young Men's He-
brew Association next Sunday,
April 14th, at 5:30 p. m. The com-
plete Sader ritual will be observed
in order to show the children how
the ritual is to be conducted. Rab-
bi Julius Washer will be in charge.
He will be assisted by a commit-
tee representing the Ladies' Aux-
iliary of the Congregation, which
is providing goodies for the chil-
dren, consisting of Mrs. M. Pallott
and Mrs. II. Traeger.
* *
Next Sunday afternoon, April
14th, at 2:30 o'clock a tombstone
to the memory of the late Jack
Solin and Evelyn Solin will be un-
veiled at the Jewish section of the
Woodlawn Cemetery. Rabbi Max
Shapiro of Beth David Congrega-
tion will officiate at the exercises,
which all friends are urged to at-
tend. Both were active communal
workers of this area and met their
death within a very few weeks of
each other.
Members of Junior Hadassah
met last Monday evening at the
Talmud Torah. Reports were read
by the president that the dance
held at the Strath-Haven Hotel
was successful.
Mrs. Leo Chaikin, chairman of
the donors' dinner to be given the
last week of April, discussed plans
and means of raising funds. The
dinner is tendered annually to
members and escorts, whose quotas
are filled. Those interested may
get in touch with the chairman or
any member of the committee, con-
sisting of Mrs. Jasper Cromer,
I Miss Reggie Goldstein and Miss
I Jeanctte Seligman.
i Plans are being formulated for
| the May Day dance sponsored an-
| nually by Junior Hadassah, to
take place the early part of May.
Miss Ruth Sontag was appointed
chairman, assisted by Miss Anita
Silverman, Miss Yetta Feiner,
Miss Beck Nash, Miss Marion
Blank, Mrs. Sol Rotfort and Mrs.
Murray Grossman.
Rabbi Julius Washer spoke on
the significance of Passover. The
book, "One Happy Jew," written
by Nat J. Ferber, was reviewed
by Miss Ida Safer. Cultural items
of interest were discussed by va-
rious members.
You May Enjoy Our Delicious Dairy Products
STRICTLY KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
Under the Supervision of
RABBI JULIUS WASHER
Of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
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SWEET BUTTER
SWEET CREAM
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Friday, April 12, 1935
Page Eight
Miami Home Dairy
Issues Statement
The Miami Home Milk Produc-
ers Association, largest producers
and distributors of milk and other
dairy products of Dade and Brovv-
ard counties, will again distribute
their products, such as milk, but-
ter, sour cream and other dairy
delicaciel for their Jewish custo-
mers for Passover under strict
Rabbinical supervision and with a
resident mashgiach al their dairy
during the entire Passover week.
"We appreciate the business and
patronage of our Jewish customers
given us during the entire year."
said Mr. E, (i. Fogg, Jr., general
manager of the company, "and
though it means an added cost,
which we do noi charge the cus-
tomer, we are more than happy to
be of service to our Jewish pa-
trons. We feel it is our duty to
provide them with our splendid
products at all times, including
Passover. We arc grateful to have
obtained the services of the lead-
ing Rabbis of this area, including
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Rabbi Julius
Washer and Rabbi David 1. Ros-
enbloom, to direct th r< ligious de-
tails connected with Passover prod-
ucts, so that even the most ob-
rvant can use our delii
healthful dairy pi
Heralded by fanfare of nation-
wide praise and acclamation, the
sensationally successful production.
"One Night of Love," which serves
starring vehicle for the al-
California Wine
Handled Locally
Made by the Wine Industries,
Inc., of California, under the su-
pervision of Rabbi M. Hirsch of
the Beth Hamidrosh Hagodol of
San Francisco, Cab, pure Califor-
nia wine is being distributed lo-
cally under the name of "Migroco
Wines" by the Miami Wh
Gi ery Company al price which
Friday morning at 9 o'clock, Fri-
(,av night at 8 o'clock, sermon.
:!;>Laal and Spiritual Freedom.
Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, ser-
mon. "Spring Time-A Le..n
From Nature." The re .gmus
school will participate in all these
services by assisting the congw-
pation in singing the traditional
Of the ritual. The new
synagogue will be elaborately dec-
| ... Mr. Hyman Jacobs and
Mr. Gelman.
umglv glamorous Grace Moore, permit their purchase by everyone.
Locally the supervision of
Thomas Dairy to
Have Supervision
In 01 'ease th ir many
;.: de for
during the Passovei
msic, drama and exotic Biconou ,1;li .
I, concerns itself with ing and spoilage as he W. H. >
s. M. Machtei of the Radio Syna-
gog lias been obtained. P
kay, sherry and muscatel wines of
twenty per cent in strength are
being sold, which insures that their
alcoholic content will prevent
stage, screen and radio favorite.
will open Sunday at the Tivoli
Theatre.
The film play presents an en-
train- ugly novel blend of romance.
comedy, music, drama and exotic
settings. It cunce.u, ~ -~ .
the operatic aspirations of an am-
bitious, carefree young midwest-
em girl who travels to Italy to
study voice culture with the prize
money won in a local radio voice
contest. There she meets a gay
young American blade with a for- Friday night services of Congre-
tune in the bank and romance in pation B'nai Israel begin at
his heart, and also a charming deb- o'clock. Rabbi Alexander S. Kl( in-
onair music teacher, portrayed by feld will preach on "Preparation
St. Petersburg
Tullio Carminati.
; s. w 65th ave. and Bth st
produce milk, sweet
cream and -our
kosher, tor Pass-
over, under the supervision of
; Julius Washer of the Miami
lox Congregation.
1 lein, an old-time resi-
. 1 Mam1, and active communal
here, i the mashgiach
. Rabl i Washer to be
Orange Wine
Made in Florida
E1 on for the
, \ f its product within a
short time, th<
of Orland Fla., produi era of the
famous D'Or" orange
wine, to meet the demands of the
Ji wish public of 1
Wolf Witter-
\ .'.. and Or-
lando. Fla., < rvise the pro-
duction an.i bottling
vine f Pass ver use. Made of
l ur orangi a secret ] rocess
staff,
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nt, has a fim ilka
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'Happ \I' ; the new
comedy romance, comes to th>
enth Avenue Theatre Sunday with
Dick Powell in the stellar role.
The story is a glamorous ro-
mance that combines hilarious sit-
uations with melodramatic thrills, ciety. The
to which several cat hy musical maki
numbers are added. Thursdaj
"Ha lh< ad" is a sort k, when th< Ra
Cinderella story in reverse, al- on "Individual and N'al
though the path of young love is
anything but smooth, which fur-
nishes both comedy and drama.
for the Festival Passover." Sat-
urday morn ng and manu-
o'clock. Passover services beg. ;Ui.;< Th(.
Wednesday evening at oclock erated by W. H.
Immediately afte, tl een in the dairy
public sader will be held at the ,,. .ini, h
synagogue under th aus es 01
Ladies Aux I Aid So-
dom." Thursday night at 7 o'c
917 and has
: with him Mr. Henry C.
124, They will
d to supply their
with the fim of fresh
,weei which they have
i a reputation, and to
su| 1 ly their other rich products to

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