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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla

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

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THE JEWISH UNITY
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
Vol. 8No. 16
MIAMI, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. APRIL 18, 1935
Pries Five CeaU
Announcements
HKTH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
139 S. W. Third Ave.
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Services Thursday morning will
u-hered in at 8 a.m. when the
Rabbi will preach on "Israel's Pres-
ent Day Redemption." Friday
morning the Rabbi will preach on
The Ever Living Past." Saturday
morning the Rabbi will preach on
"Israel's Song of Songs." Cantor
Nathan Wroobel will chant the
holiday services.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
111 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBI.OOM. Rabbi
Passover services Thursday
morning will hear the rabbi preach
on "Freedom and Its Preroga-
tives," and will begin at 8 A. M.
Thursday evening services begin at
6 1'. M. Friday morning services
begin at 8 A. M. when the rabbi
will preach on "A Message of
Elijah." Saturday morning the
rabbi will preach on "Dry Bones."
Cantor Boris Schlchman will chant
the services.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 S. W. Third! Street
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
Passover services Thursday
morning will begin at 9 A. M.,
when the rabbi will preach on
"Passover ... A Recurrent Event
in Jewish History." Friday morn-
ing the rabbi will preach on "Pass-
over ... A Parent-Children's
Festival." Saturday morning the
:abbi will preach in Yiddish.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E. Nineteenth St.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Both the Catholic and Protestant
ehurches have issued a call asking
that all churches join in prayer for
; eace. The president of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis is
1 ailing on all Jewish congregations
i offer a special prayer for peace
uring the Passover service. A
ipecial prayer for peace, therefore,
nil be offered during the morning
ervicea at Temple Israel.
On Thursday morning, April
18th, at 11 o'clock Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan will speak on the subject
entitled, "TAKE YOUR STAND."
"n Friday evening, April 19th, at
8:15 o'clock, he will deal with the
subject, "THE FOREIGN ELE-
MENT IN EGYPT." His Saturday
morning lecture is called "WHO IS
GOING WITH ME?" On Tuesday
evening, April 23rd, Dr. Kaplan's
subject will be "UNATTAINABLE
IDEALS." On Wednesday morning,
Apri 24th, after the Yiskor service,
Dr. Kaplan wil speak on the sub-
ject "REMEMBERING THE
DEAD."
Children are expected to attend
these services.
A typical Sader (loth, used traditionally in the observance of the Sader nights, which contains three
pockets for the Matzos used in the Sader ceremonial.
Jewish News
Around the
World
Theatrical Habimah to Erect
$175,000 Theatre
Tel AvivThe Habimah theatri-
cal organization has announced
that it has secured the land for its
own playhouse and that construc-
tion would shortly begin on s
structure scheduled to cost $175,-
000. The corner stone will be laid
on April 20, with a celebration
program which includes the pro-
duction of a great open air play
and festival. It was made known
today that an Habimah month is
shortly to be proclaimed in Pales-
tine, during which funds will bo
raised for the erection of the new
theatre building.
Urge Action
Against Germany
The League of Nations was
urged Wednesday night, April 10,
in order to prevent a world war
to apply economic sanctions
against Germany as provided in
the Covenant because of its "adop-
tion of measures that steadily in-
crease the probabilities of war in
the near future," in a resolution
presented by Samuel Untermyer to
a capacity mass meeting in the
New York Hippodrome, conducted
under the joint auspices of the
Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League
and the American Federation of
L*bor.
Mr. Untermyer's resolution was
read to the throng by George
Gordon Battle, who presided.
The resolution charged Germany
with the "consistent violation of
its solemn contract obligations
contained in the Covenant of the
League of Nations," and called
upon the League to continue the
use of its economic sanctions, the
boycott, until such time as the
"German government shall have
given binding guarantees to pre-
serve the peace of the world and
restore to its racial, religious and
industrials minorities, those rights
of which it has deprived them."
Others who spoke at the meet-
ing were Dr. Abba Hillel Silver of
Cleveland, vice president of the
Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League;
William Collins, New York State
Representative and Organizer for
the American Federation of Labor,
Jr. Hadassah
To Raise Funds
NEW YORK.The 200 units of
Junior Hadassah, the Young Wom-
en's Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, will devote the months of
April, May and June to fund-
raising for their Palestinian proj-
ects. There are a model children's
village at Meier Shfeyah, an
orange grove at Pardess Anna
used to train boys and girls in
citrus farming, and the Hadassah
Nursis' Training School in Jerusa-
lem.
Miss Pauline Englander and
Miss Martha Loewenstein, both of
Jersey City, N. J., are the national
co-chairmen directing the fund-
raisng plan. They anticipate the
raising of a large portion of the
$48,000 needed for the Palestinian
budget.
"The work which we support in
Palestine is most essential in solv-
ing the problem of integrating the
youth into the life of the country,"
declares a joint statement by Miss
Englander and Miss Loewenstein.
"The children at Meier Shfeyah
belong to the category of "under-
speaking as the official represent-
ative of its president, William
Green; Dr. Rowena Morse Mann,
refugee and former professor of
philosophy at the University of
Jena; Dr. Harry Lee Franklin,
executive director of the Chest for
Liberation of Workers of Europe,
and Mrs. Norman Bentwich of
England.
privileged." In our institution,
situated on a large tract in the
beautiful Hills of Judea, far from
urban influences, they are given
proper home care, a good educa-
tion and training in trade or agri-
culture. Meier Shfeyah is helping
in a measure to solve the German
refugee problem. Thirteen German
children now live at the home-
school, adjusting themselves to
their new country, learning its lan-
guage and way of life, becoming
an integral part of its society. At
Pardess Anna the graduates of
Meier Shfeyah who wish to make
farming their vocation receive ex-
pert advanced training in citrus
growing.
"The Hadassah Nurses' Train-
ing School, our third project, ranks
among the best of its kind. The
thorough training in theory and
practice that the nurses receive at
this school are regraded by nursing
specialists as of exceptional qual-
ity. For these reasons the Hadas-
sah nurses are in great demand in
Palestine and nearby countries."
The most recent membership
figures of Junior Hadassah show
an enrollment increase of 1,700 as
compared with the enrollment dur-
ing the same period a year ago.
Children of the Jewish congrega-
tions in Miami and in Miami Beach
will be excused from school on
Passover only if they attend ser-
vices at Synagogue or Temple and
bring a note from their parents to
that effect.
Burial <;roup Dissolution Now
Sought .
New Britain, Conn., members of
the Chesed Shell Ameth, a non-
profit voluntary association for
persons of Jewish extraction, are
going to court to determine ways
and means of dissolving the associ-
ation, winding up its affairs and
turning a $2,000 treasury over to
some needy charity or worthy
cause.
Suit has been brought by George
Koplowitz of this city and he
names the following members as
co-defendants with the association:
Henry Finkelstein, Harry Gold,
Jacob Jaffe, Harry Zevin, Max
Zucker, Solomon Shurberg, Benja-
min Goldberg, Nathan E. Mag,
Louis Croll, Simon Lipman, Samuel
Gwasdof, David Rachlin, Abraham
Rivkin and Jacob Greenberg. All
are elderly and prominent in the
Jewish community.
It is further alleged that a re-
quest has been made of Solomon
Shurberg, president, asking hira to
call a meeting to wind up the asso-
ciations affairs, but he has refused
to do so. Mr. Koplowitz is seeking
a final distribution of the funds
and asks that the association be
legally dissolved.
First Jewish Seamen's Union in
History Formed
HAIFA.A new chapter in the
age-old history of the Jewish peo-
ple was written here when the
first Jewish seamen's union of
which there is record held its first
meeting here. One hundred Jewish
able seamen, stewards and other
ships' hands enrolled in the union,
which is the first concrete symbol
of the reconquest in modern times
of a profession which Jews fol-
lowed in the days when the Phoeni-
cians were masters of the sea.
Soviet Fires Teachers
MoscowA number of instruc-
tors in the Jewish Teachers' sem-
inaries in Stalindorf and New Wit-
ebsk were dismissed last week upon
a sudden order from Moscow.
No arrests were made among
those dismissed. The teachers are
charged with spreading Yiddish-
istic, nationalistic and Trotskyist
ideas.


PtLge Two
THE JEWISH KI.ORiniAN
Thursday, April 18, l'J.'tS
A large number e>f residents and
tourists interested in the work of
the Poaley Zion gathered last week
Plans are now being completed at the home of -Mr. and Mis. Henry Memorial services will be con-
for the May Day dance being spon- Seitlin when a farewell party was t|uelocj ,,( Beth David Synajrouue.
sored by Junior Hadassah the held honoring Mr. and Miss Kred- |{|h j.|(.i, Synagogue and the Mi-
early part of next month. In enzer of Chicago; Mrs. Mintzes of
charge of arrangements is a com- New York; Mrs. Friedlander of
mittee consisting of Miss Ruth New York, ami Mr. anil Mis. Orlin
Sontag, chairman, Anita Silverman, f Buffalo. A report of the recent
campaign for the tool fund m Pal-
estine whs given, Bhowing that a
considerable sum had been raised.
After the sinning of Jewish folk
Yetta Feiner, Beck Nash, Marion
Blank, Mrs. Sol Rotfort and Mis.
Murry Grossman.
NOTE
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion, Thursday morning April 2">th
when the Yizkor prayers will be
recited and the Rabbis il preach
appropriate sermons.
Next Mondav cveninp, April 22, Bongs delicious refreshments were lllw"' '" .
"' were Mesdames H. rrager, M. i*ai-
e Sisterhood of Chesed Shel served. ,, ............,
the
Ernes is sponsoring a Yiddish play
"Zhver t/.u zein a Yid" at Beth Beth David Sisterhood will be
David Talmud Torah Hall. Pro- hosts to the children of its Sunday
ceeds of this theatre party will be school and Talmud Torah at a
used for the work of beautifying children's Seder next Sunday morn-
the cemetery of the Greater Miami jng, April 21st at 10 a. m. under
Jewish Cemetery Association at the direction of Rabbi Max Shapiro
who will be assisted by the facult)
of the Sunday school. Following
the ritual, the children will be
served refreshments.
the Rabbi,
il-
.1. L
Woodlawn and for the carrying on
of the work of the Sisterhood in
providing for the burial of needy
i ases.
Beth David Sisterhood is spon-
. its annual Pesach card
party at the Beth David Talmud
Torah Hall Sunday evening, April
21, at H P, M. with Mrs. Win. Rob-
inson ted president
. and Mrs. M.
Piizes
will irded for hijrh scores
and will be served.
i ittend.
More than eighty children at-
i tin' fourth annual children's
Sader of the pupil- of the Sunday
school ami Talmud Torah of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion. Rabbi Julius Washer super-
vised and dire.ted the ceremonies
. iii which the children conducted the
entire Sader ritual. Portion- of
the Haggadah weir read in the
il. brew and translated into the
English, the Kiddush and other
Mesdames Nat Blumberg, Jack prayers were recited. Following
Hlrsch and Harry Shulman are the the formal ritual and an address by
hostesses for 'he card party being ,l"' Rabbi, the children were served
ored for the benefit of the refreshments. At each plate of
Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami 'he beautifully decorated table
.1 w i .- li orthodox Congregation Ui re glasses of wine, matzos, eggs,
next Sunday evening, April 2S, at cakes and fruits which the children
the home cif Mv>. Blumberg, 1261 enjoyed. A special treat was a >rift
S. W. First st. Prizes will be of Kosher Passover Col-Kay which
awarded for high scores and re- was donated through the courtesy
freshments will l>e served. The of it- manufacturers, the Try-Me
public is invited to attend. B ttling Co. In charge id' arrange-
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Senior Hadassah is sponsoring a
thrift luncheon at Kaplan Hall on
Tuesday evening, April 30th, at
1 li::i11 o'clock. All are urged to
attend and enjoy the program that
will be presented. In charge of
arrangements are Mrs. Isidor Co-
hen, Mr-, (iertrude Berlin and
Mesdames A. I. Magid, H. 1. Lip-
ton, Alex Goldstein and L. .1.
Hartz.
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A regular meeting of the Books-
in-Brief Club was held Monday
vi ning, April loth, at the home
of Mrs. Louis Pallot.
Mrs. Victor Mell reviewed "1.
Claudius." Mrs. Jacvk Samet gave
the current event and .Mrs. Louis
Pallot described the- life of a great
Jewish personality. A social hour
followed.
Next Thursday evening April
2f>th the Young Men's Hebrew As-
sociation will hold a dance for the
benefit of its Building fund at the
Cara Villa Club when threes floor
shows and other novelty entertain-
ment will be presented. Admission
will be only 50 cent- which will in-
clude minimum and other charges.
In charge of arrangements are
Me-sis. E. A. Pallot a- chairman,
A. Cutler and B. Serkin. The
V.M.H.A. hopes to begin the erec-
tion of a much needed community
'building within the next f,w
months and it is therefore urging
[the public to patronize this event
so that sufficient fund- may -j,
available to begin work.
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Beth Jacob .Sunday school will have
confirmation exercises Sunday eve.
ning April 28th at 8 p ,. whea
eleven members of the class under
the direction of A. I.oui- MecMo-
witz, its teacher, will be the re-
cipients of certificates. Rabbi D.
vid I. Rosenbloom will direct the
exercises at which Mr. Philip Lib-
erman will speak.
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Thursday, April 17, 1935
THE JEWISH FLOKIUIAN
Page 3
The Significance
Of Passover
Passover is the most important
Jewish holiday of the spring. It
begins at sundown of the four-
teenth of the Jewish month of
Nisan, which corresponds this year
to Wednesday night, the seven-
teenth of April, and lasts eight
days (through Thursday, April 25)
of which the first two days
(Thursday and Friday, April 18
and 19) and the last two days
(Wednesday and Thursday, April
24 and 25) are complete holidays;
while the intervening four days
are "Choi hamoed"half holidays.
Passover is known by three dif-
ferent names: "Z'man Cheyrusay-
nu," "Chag Hamatzoh" and "Chag
llapesach." Each one of these
names is characteristic of the holi-
day.
"Z'man Cheyrusaynu"
Passover is also called "Z'man
Cheyrusaynu" the Time of Our
Freedom. It is remarkable that
the freeing of the people of Israel
coincides with the freeing of nature I
from its winter stagnation. The |
exodus from Egypt enabled the
People of Israel to develop in ac-
cordance with the unfolding of iU
own genius; and this took place in
the spring, when everything in na-
ture wakes up, begins a new life,
unfolds, grows, and spreads.
The Fast of the First Born
The last plague with which the
Egyptians were smitten and which
brought freedom to the Israelites
was the slaying of the first-born of ,
Egypt by the angel of death.
When this happened the first-born
of Israel were spared, and because
of that every first-born son has to
fast on the eve of Passover. The
obligation to keep this fast is with- I
drawn from those who are present ;
on the morning of that day at a '
"Brith Milah" party or at the
party made in celebration of the
completion of a Talmudic tractate.
"Chag Hamatzoth"
Since the only kind of bread we
are permitted to eat on Passover it
what is known as "mmtzoth," the
holiday is called "Chag Hamat-
zoth," or the Feast of Matzoth.
The prohibition to eat leavened
bread on Passover is due to an im-
portant incident that accompanied
the deliverance of the Israelite*
from the land of bondage. Over-
whelmed by the death of the first-
born, the Egyptians were so urgent
in driving the Israelites out of
their land, that the latter had no
time to wait until their dough be-
came leavened and therefore had
to bake it in the sun as matzoth.
The latter thus reminds us of the
haste with which we were freed
from Egypt.
"Chag llapesach"
The name Passover, "Pcsach" or
"Chag Hapesach" is a derivation
from the Hebrew word "paw-sach,"
meaning ski].. Before the Israel-
ites of old were freed from Egypt
they were ordered to bring an ani-
mal (in the form of a lamb) as a
sacrifice. The lamb was wor-
shipped by the Egyptians, and the
act of sacrificing it to heaven was
a great step in the direction of
weaning the Israelites from idol
worship. At the risk of their lives
the Israelite- slaughtered the lamb
in the sijrht of the Egyptians; then
sprinkled its blood on their door-
posts, and roasted it. The blood
on the doorposts of the Israelites
made the angel of death skip their
homes; hence the name paschal
lamb, Passover, etc.
The "Seder"
The eating of the paschal lamb
with its accompanying ceremonies
has been developed after the de-
struction of the Temple into what
is now known as the "Seder,"
Greetings
which means order. As applied to
Passover it means the order or
series of very impressive cere-
monies, which are distinguishing
features of the evening meals on
the first and second nights of Pass-
over. The law makes it obligatory
to tell the story of the delivery
from bondage on these two nights;
and the ceremonies of the "seder,"
which are also required by law,
greatly vivify the story. The story
as well as the ceremonies are
found in a specially prepared
pamphlet known as the Haggadah.
For a clear understanding of the
"seder," described in the Hagga-
dah, a few words will be said about
the following important cere-
monies: teh "Hessebet," the three
matzoth, the five special dishes,
the four cups of wine, the poring
of the drops, the "afikomen," the
cup of Elijah, and the opening of
the door.
The "Hessebet"
The "Hessebet" is the term des-
ignating the cushions put on the
left side of the chair at the seder
table to make it easy to recline on
that side. It was an Oriental cus-
tom for all free men to recline at
theri meals and our doing so at the
seder table symbolizes the fact
that we are no longer slaves. The
reclining is enjoined by law, at
least, while the required portions
of matzoh are eaten and the cups
of wine are sipped.
The Three Matzoth
The three matzoth set on the
table symbolize the three classes
of Israel: Cohanim, Levites and
Israelitesinto which Israel was
divided after the delivery from
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Thursday, April 17. jgj.
A picnic of Both Jacob Sunday
School was held at the Sunny Isles
Casino last Sunday afternoon un-
der the direction of Beth Jacob
Sisterhood with Mrs. Harry Z. Sil-
verman, president, in charge.
(lanes were played and refresh-
ments were served.

The annual election of officers
'or the Ladies' Auxiliary of the
lewish Welfare Bureau was held
as) Monday afternoon at the
Mark's Store. .Mrs. Bertha B. Levy,
hairman of the nominating 10m-
mittee, presided. Officers chosen to
lerve for the coming year are Mes-
lames II. I. lloma, president; Mark
Max, first vice president; .Martin
Raff, second vice president; L. J.
Ilari/., third vice president; Julius
Simpson, recording secretary; Ida
Optner, corresponding secretary;
Stanley C. Myers, financial secre-
tary; Henry Bulbin. treasurer, and
R, R. Adler, auditor. Installation
of the officers will be held at a
formal luncheon on Monday. May
20th with Mrs. Rose Miles in
charge of the committee of ar-
rangements.

The Ladies Auxiliary of the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau is sponsoring
a musicale at Mazica Hall next
Tuesday afternoon. April 30th
from 4 to 5 p. m. for which tickets
may be purchased from Mrs. Ber-
tha B. Levy, chairman of the ar-
rangements committee. Admission
will be by ticket only which must
be purchased prior to the event.
Proceeds will be used for the re-
lief work of the organization.
m
The Council of Jewish Women
will have a public speaking class
at 2:30 Friday at the home of Mrs.
Charles Greenfield. 2385 S. W.
Twenty-third terrace. The organ-
ization will give an installation
luncheon April 26 at the Pan
American airport restaurant, for
which reservations may be made
with Mrs. Lewis Rothlein.
Junior Council of Jewish Women
has appointed Miss Lee Kasanoff
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when there will be a luncheon given
for the officers. Mrs. Jake Werni-
koff, 36 S. W. Ninth avenue, is in
charge of the installation banquet
and reservations are to be made
with her.
A membership party has been
planned for April SO, with Miss
Kasanoff in charge, assisted by-
Miss Gertrude Rapaport, Mrs.
Wernikoff and Mrs. I/evine.
There was an open meeting at
8:30 p. m. in Beth David Talmud
Torah Tuesday night. Miss [da
Weinstein presided and a report on
the orphanage project was made
by Miss Natalie Weinstein.
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The installation luncheon of the
Sisterhood of Temple Israel will
take place at 12:30 p. m., May ',
at the Strath-Haven Hotel.
Mrs. Frank Coret is chairman of
arrangements, assisted by Mrs.
Mark Max. Mrs. Samuel Gurss,
Mrs. Joseph A. Bichter, Mrs. To-
bias Simon, Mrs. Gordon Davis,
Airs. Morris Sapero, Mrs. Maxwell
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Mrs. E. Max Goldstein will serve
as toastmaster. Reservations may
be made with the committee or di-
rect with the hotel. The event is
the outstanding social event of the
year for the sisterhood.

Mrs. Esther Alexander of New
York City is visiting her son, Ches-
ter Alexander of this city.
Jeannct'tc and John Kronenfeld,
children of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kron-
enfeld of 'ill N. W. Thirty <
street, gave a party recently
residence. Their guests <
Helen Simon, Helen Schiff, I
Auslander, Lillian Kclni.m,
Engler. l'earl Thomas. E
Winer, Gertrude Edelson,
Wolkowsky, Bernard and Rob
Miller, Peritz Scheinberg, Roy
Mechlowitz, Melvin Weinkle, Her
man Rubin and Robert Levin.

Misa Edith Myers of B
Md., h" was the gui
aunt and uncle, Mr. and U x
than Adelman, returnc
home this week.

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Vol. 8No. 15
FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1935
Why Not Do the Same?
Why cannot we in Miami and even throughout Florida
ike advantage of the wonderful opportunity presented to
Is by the Passover holidays to do a constructive bit of work
lor ourselves and posterity? Cannot we for a while forget
iur petty foibles, our foolish chase after honors, and to-
gether, all of us do what is so necessary and vital if Judaism,
we ourselves, are to be and continue.
Last week a gentleman arrived in Miami to make a sur-
vey of local conditions, and he but re-echoed the ever re-
current story .. "There is a lack of consciousness for things
Jewish, particularly Jewish education, that is apparent the
lument one begins to study conditions of your city," said
lis gentleman and in view of the pitifully small number
if children attending our three Talmud Torahs, we cannot
tip but agree with him.
We cannot help but direct attention to the following
krticle which appeared in the last issue of the Jewish Press
}f Omaha, Neb., and which may well be taken to heart by our
Hal communal workers ...
JEWISH EDUCATION IN A MODERN WORLD
The Passover season is traditionally associated in Jewish
Ife with registration and enrollment in the Talmud Torah.
[his tradition has been accepted even by the modern Talmud
Torah and our own institution is beginning its registration
low,
A determined effort is to be made at this time to in-
crease the enrollment of girls in the Talmud Torah. It is one
H the anomalies of Jewish life in our country where tradi-
[ions are so easily violated that this tradition of Jewish edu-
ition for boys only should be so faithfully observed. While
i former times when woman's domain was the kitchen alone
knd the apprenticeship of girls to their mothers was adequate
fewish education, this may have been justified, certainly it
tan find no justification whatsoever in our times when
fomen have taken over the responsibility of maintaining
srael's culture and to a great measure are the sole sustainers
If Israel's intellectual life. Even in the ultra-orthodox cir-
cles of Poland, a whole school systemthe Beth Jacob schools
{-has been built up for girls with an enrollment of tens of
thousands. Yet we completely neglect educating our girls,
lending them perhaps to Sunday school as a sop to our con-
science. One need not repeat that the Sunday school at its
kst is but a tolerable supplement to a Talmud Torah eduj
Ration, and at its average is a waste of time, effort, and
money. One shudders to contemplate the Jewish home of the
future if the mother's sole Jewish education is to be acquired
ks at present. One can state unequivocally that it is as
lecessary even more sofor girls to acquire a complete
fewish education as for boys.
Indeed, our effort must be to increase the amount or
Education even in our Talmud Torahs. An hour or so a day
k far too little. Certainly two hours per day ought to be con-
sidered an irredutibleminimum. And even that will be m-
IllttidMMbrn^adequate Jewish education. We must seek
to maximize the knowledge of our pastof our cultureof
bur faith and we cannot do so by permitting the time devoted
U Jewish education to be constantly lessened, irrespective
)f the reason.
Maurice Samuel, in his book, "Jews OB Mfi*j>>Jj"
ome pertinent statements on this subject. The Kraceless-
ess of American Jewish life," he states, 'is SW^tattt
first place with the liquidation of the inteHectual inot if in
Judaism and this is illustrated by a special type of opposition
to intensive Jewish child educationthe "Scientific" fear of
overstrain.
"This horror of unusual mental effort is universal today.
It has produced the dominant school of educators who have
the most ingenious methods of teaching, and are afraid to
teach anything. In the reaction against faulty pedagogy,
routine drilling and the rest, the substance of education has
melted away into a bleak minimum; for fear of overwork,
the child is deprived even of the elements of discipline; and
the illusion spreads that the good things of the mind are to
be had by a vague, pleasant absorption.
"I have not yet encountered a Jew who is ready to as-
sert that the effects of the o'.d chedar training have been
reflected in the thickening of the Jewish mind. As far as 1
have been able to systematize my own observations, they
point to the singular fact that Jews who have been through
the chedar are brighter, more alert, and more successful than
those who have not. And yet the resistance against 'exces-
sive' Jewish training is based ostensibly on regard for the
mental health of the young.
"Astonishing as it must seem to the outsider, this 'abu^e'
of the childish mind did not prevent the same Jewish boys
from carrying off the prizes in the day-schools and, what is
more significant, from becoming comparatively successful in
after life.
"The terror of modern Jewish parents that their chil-
dren's minds will be ruined by extra study is the invasion
of Jewish life by the low intellectual standards of the time.
When not disguised as pedagogic theory, it presents itself as
a false, sentimental plea for childhood happiness. I believe
that children can be happy with a great deal more mental
exercise than present-day educational systems force upon
them; but even if the production of a better race of men and
women did imply a certain hardening of childhood life, it
would be better in the long run. In any case, the idea of a
Jewish culture or of any other kind, maintained without ef-
fort is part of the general mania for lunch counter education;
and if Jewish tradition has anything affirmative in it. the
first thing it implies is a contempt for easy Judaism."
Jewish education is facing the future in a spirit of hope-
fulness. For several decades it was weighted down by a top-
heavy emphasis on the Hebrew language and a disparage-
ment of the religious aspects of Judaism; due to the back-
wash of the Zionist movement in the one case and the in-
feriority complex of the Jew in the other. We are happily
emerging from this period. Hebrew, of course, is being taught
and rightly so but the senseless: emphasis upon it is no longer
present. And the greatest authorities in educational circles
have come out strongly for emphasis on traditional religion.
The school is being understood as a laboratory of Jewish life
where the finest we can expect from oi|r children as adults,
is so inculcated as to remain part of their mental and spiritual
make-up. Thus it is the practical aspects of Judaism that are
no being emphasized and we are hopeful that the future
graduates of our Talmud Torah will become good Jews
something not always true in the past.
The moral of all this isenroll your children, especially
your daughters, in the Talmud Torah.
By RABBI URI MILLER.
bi Israel L. Kaplan officiating. The
bride was given in marriage by her
father and was attended by Mrs.
Sam Weiss, sister of the groom, as
matron of honor, and by Miss Rose
Leibovitz, sister of the bride, as
maid of honor. Ansel Chepenik,
brother of the groom, served as
best man. Following a honeymoon
trip to Havana they will make
their home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Datz are be-
ing congratulated on the birth of
a baby daughter. Bryna Ida, last
week.
Senior Hadassah is sponsoring a
Davis St., with Mrs. M. Wolfson
rummage sale at Kings Road and
as chairman. Those having cloth-
ing are urged to communicate with
her.
Gainesville Notes
Raymond Einhorn, by virtue of
a 2.'.".'! averagethe highest av-
erage in the entire senior class ol
the University of Floridahas
merited a place in the Hall of
Fame.
The Hull of Fame consists of
the ten outstanding seniors on the
campus who have achieved this
distinction of excellence In ath-
letic- accomplishments, scholastic
ability or through leadership in
campus activities,
The-e ten deserving men arc
chosen by the faculty committee
headed by Dean Tolhert, dean of
students.
Miss Betty Leibovitz, bride-elect,
china shower last week by Mrs.
Sum Cherry und Miss Esther Hum-
merman. Prizes were awarded for
high scores for the games played
and a delicious salad course was
then served.
Mrs. B. Maisel of Brookline,
Mass., was guest of honor at a
bunco party given by Mesdames
Frank Diamond and Harry Pelts
last week. Following the games
delicious refreshments were served.
Mrs. Hattie K. Cohen, president
of Cohen Bros, and resident of this
city for more than 50 years, died
here last week. Mrs. Cohen was
active in both the social, business
and general communal life of the
city for many years.
Circle No. 8 of the Temple Sis-
terhood entertained at an evening
card party last week. Following
the games a delicious ice course
was served.
A regular semi-month.y meeting
of the Junior Jewish Progressive
Society was held Tuesday night
when plans for the distribution of
baskets to the needy Jewish fam-
ilies for Passover were acted on.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Bloom announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Emily, to Lonnie W'urm, the wed-
ding to take place on June 16th.
The Jacksonville chapter of Sen-
ior Hudassah announced the ap-
pointment of Mesdames Sam Weiss,
chairman, L. Klepper, D. Duvis,
Marx Baker, N. Silverstein and Ira
Stein, as members of the campaign
committee to raise funds for the
local quota to held the building
fund of the Rothschild-Hadassah
University Hospital in Palestine.
Weekly meetings will be held to
announce the progress of the local
campaign.
Miss Emily Bloom, bride-elect of
Lonnie Wurm, was the guest of
honor at a surprise birthday and
engagement party tendered her by
her mother last Friday. Games
were played and prizes were
awarded. Mrs. Adolph Wurm, Mrs
Rudy Moss and Mrs. Lipschitz as-
sisted in serving an ice course.
Miss Betty Leibovitz, daughter
of Manuel Leibovitz, became the
bride of Mr. Abe G. Chepenick, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Chepenik
at the home of the bride with Rab-
Mrs. B. Stein was named presi-
dent of the local chapter of Senior
Hadassah at the election for affi-
cers held last week. Others named
were Mrs. H. Silverstein, first vice
president; Mrs. Herbert Weiss,
second vice president; Mrs. Nat
Cohen, recording secretary; Mrs.
Perry Kantor, corresponding sec-
retary; Mrs. Harry Katz, treasur-
er; and Mrs. Ira Stein, financial
secretary. Mrs. Harry Finkelstein
and Mrs. D. H. Lazarow are in
charge of a fund raising plan for
the Infant Welfare Fund of the or-
ganization.
Dr. Sam Witten was guest
speaker at the meeting of the Lad-
ies Hebrew Sheltering Aid Soci-
ety and Home for the Aged last
week. Reports on the aid fund of
the organization were given by
Mrs. Charles Rubin, whose direc-
tion Passover baskets are being
distributed to the needy Jewish
families of this city.
On the committee in charge of
collecting contributions are: Mrs.
A. Nabin, chairman; Mrs. J. T.
Wilensky, Mrs. B. Becker, Mrs. S.
Mizrahi, Mrs. H. Yoffee, Mrs. B.
B. Yoffee, Mrs. R. Stein, Mrs. P.
Puldy, Mrs. S. Lasarow, Mrs. S.
Schain, Mrs. 11. Roscnzvaig, Mrs.
Mrs. L. Wolfson, Mrs. A. L.
Kristle, Mrs. Oscar Magazies and
Mrs. Fred Soforenko.
Mrs. J. Shapiro is chairman of
the chop suey luncheon to be given
April 30 in the Jewish Center.
Mrs. M. Ehrlich was welcomed
as a new member.
Hostesses for the afternoon were
Mrs. A. Drucker and Mrs. A. L.
Kristle. They served delicious
home made cakes and cookies with
tea.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peltz and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Diamond have
as their guests, Mrs. B. Maisel of
Brookline, Mass., who is being en-
tertained delightfully while here.
Also visiting Mr. and Mrs. Peltz
and Mr. and Mrs. Diamond, is Miss
Ruth Reynolds, one of the popular
Reynolds sisters of New York
City.
Miss Evelyn Silverman, formerly
of Philadelphia, is now residing in
Jacksonville.


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THE JEWISH PLOWMAN
Thursday, April 17 ^
stuff
day."
SOCIETY
T headed by Tillie MoskowiU, while third desrree
Jr. FrOgreSSlVe the Athletic Committee is >n The g Society Active tt*J!tSLtt~ *' to the prin'
At the first fund raising ban-
quet of the proposed National Con-
valescent Home held at the Strath
By ROSLYN ROSENTHA1.
(Reporter)
committee.
TULSA, Okla. Blunt, plain-
spoken General Hugh Johnson, for-
A little less than a year ago, at
. the instance of the Jewish Pro-
Haven Hotel last Sunday evening, gressive Society, the Junior Jewish mer head of the NRA, turned his
Progressive Society was formed. oratorical talents to religion here
In the short time of its existence when he told a Methodist Sunday
the Junior division has proven its school class that the Romans and
mettle. The membership of this not the Jews killed the Christ.
organization is composed of ener- Pinch-hitting for his brother, Alex-
more than twenty-one hundred dol-
lars was pledged for the erection
of a hospital. According to an an-
nouncement of the proponents of
the plan it is hoped to erect the
institution in Miami Beach south
of Sunny Isles. Mrs. M. D. Kirsch,
president of the organization, pre-
sented Mr. Mark Max, who acted
getic young men and women who
arc striving for the betterment of
charitable, social, educational and
athletic standards of the Jewish
as toastmaster and introduced the people of Jacksonville. The organ-
A num- ization is now cooperating with
speakers of the evening.
:' the most prominent Residents
and tourists of the Greater Miami
area attended and enthusiastically
applauded the formation of the in-
stitution.

Inaugurating an intensive cam-
paign for the purpose of acquaint-
ing Florida Jewry with its aims
and ambitions, the Florida Con-
ference of Orthodox and Conserva-
tive Rabbis and Laymen has asked
:... 1. and communal leaders of
member organizations throughout
the Stati last day of
Passover I brief serin n regard-
ing its will signalize
nil g fforts to br.ng
ilizatioi pur]
tied in the last two annual
p.,: rigs f [he organization. It
n .. precede the introduction into
the Fl rida legislature now meet-
. .-. assee of legislation to
lationa of Kashrui
:. jtfhou: the S:ate and
for a meas similar to the one
. by the State of
Sew Jersey designed to prevent
Nazi activities in the State. A
plan t i rai-e funds for the work
of the organization among univer-
sity students will be announced
shortly, though no direct appeal
for funds will be made. Those de-
siring to aid in the work of the
organization are urged to write to
Mr. B. J. Cohen. Orlando. Fit.,
president of the Lay division of
the conference, or to Rabbi Adolph
Burger. Tampa. Fla., president of
the Rabbinical division of the or-
ganization. Rabbi Morris D. Mar-
go.les of Jacksonville, recently be-
gan work among the students at
the University of Florida in
Gainesville where a Punm celebra-
tion was held attended by manjr
of the Jewish students. By a recent
resolution of the organization,
Anti-L>efamat:on work will be un-
dertaker, and where a Bnai Bri:h
Lodge is in active existence, their
co-operation .
PAS-> '\ ER
ander Johnson, as teacher of the
Married Folks' Friendly Class at
the Boston Avenue Methodist
Church, General Johnson described
the crown of thorns placed on
Jesus' brow as "just the police
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community for the Passover.
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being focused on the establishment
of a scholarship award for a de-
serving Jewish boy or girl in order
that he or she may be rendered
aid to complete a higher education
where it would be impossible for
them to do so otherwise.
At the helm of the organization
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secretary; Harry Goldberg, as
treasurer, and Bernie Moskowitt,
as sergeant-a:-arms.
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largest membership of any club of
its kind. Raymond Brice is mem-
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Thursday, April 17, 1935
THE JEWISH FLOKIIMAN
Page 7
Jewish Boy
Breaks Record
New York, April 12.America'i
[chances of winning the swimming
[championship back from Japan in
[the coming Olympic games wert
I materially increased when Adolph
Kiefer, 16-year-old Chicago Jew-
lish schoolboy, revealed himself as
the 160-yard backstroke fnvbgk
the latest natatorial marvel by
breaking the world's record for the
150-yard backstroke in the 47th
annual national indoor champion-
ships of the Amateur Athletic
Union. Kiefer set a mark of 1:30.1
I to break by eight-tenths of a see-
|ond the accepted world mark estab-
lished last year by Albert Vande
Weighe. Kiefer, who was taught to
Itwim by his father, a swimming in-
structor in the German army, first
became nationally known several
| months ago when he started to
crack national swimming records.
a series of circumstances, is ac-
cused of murder. The first scene
filmed reveals the actress behind
the bars.
sensationally successful produc- atre.
tion, "One Night of Love," which The film play presents an en-
serves as a starring vehicle for the j trancingly novel blend of romance,
alluringly glamorous Grace Moore, comedy, music, drama and exotic
settings. It concerns itself with
the operatic aspirations of an am-
bitious, carefree young midwest-
ern 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-
tune in the bank and romance in
his heart, and also a charming deb-
onair music teacher, portrayed by
Tullio Carminati.
Jews of the United States of all
asked to
pray for peace during the Jewish
(estiva! of Passover which begins
(,n Wednesday evening, April 17,
I and marks the deliverance of the
I chililri n of Israel from the bondage
of Egypt.
The United Synagogue of Amer-
ica, the federation of Conservative
synagogues, has issued an appeal
to all conservative congregations
in the United States and Canada
to pray for peace during the Pass-
over holidays.
A similar call has been issued
by the Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregation! of America. It was
unounced by William Weiss, presi-
dent of the Union, that a special
prayer for peace will be suggested
tn rabbis of all Orthodox congrega-
tions affiliated with the Union.
GREETINGS
From
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GREETINGS
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SERVICE STATION
6438 Collins Axe.
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-9298
"A fine welcome home recep'
tion!" complained Glenda as she
entered the cell to start rehearsal
of the scene.
"The Secret Bride" is a thrill-
ing talc of baffling murders con-
nected with a political frame-up.
Warren William plays opposite
Mi a Stanwyck while others in the
cast include Grant Mitchell, Arthur
Bryon, Henry O'Neill and Douglas
liumbi iile.
William Dieterle directed the
picture which is based on a play
by Leonard Ide.
Heralded by fanfare of nation-
wide praise and acclamation, the
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Phone ."i-2."iK(i
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The returning son may get the
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in Hollywood.
Glenda Farrell learned this,
much to her dismay, when she re-
turned to Warner Bros, studios
after having had a three months'
.v,iun in the East.
The popular blonde actress was
called back to Hollywood for an
mportant role in the Barbara
Stanwyck starring picture, "The
Secret Bride," showing at the Tiv-
oli theatre next Sunday and Mon-
day. Immediately upon her arrival
at the studio she was put in a
prison cell.
Glenda's part in the picture is
that of a secretary who, through
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Page 8
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Launch Movement
For Peace
New York.The Federal Coun-
cil of the Churches of Christ in
America has appealed to Protes-
tants in the United States and
throughout the world to join in a
"world concert of prayer" for
peace. The call urges churches, be-
ginning on Palm Sunday, to pray
for peace in every service of pub-
lic worship and to continue this
practice "as long as the threat of
war remains."
The appeal is made with the col-
laboration of the three leading in-
ternational agencies of Protestant-
ism and is signed by the Rev. Dr.
Ivan Lee Holt, president of the
Federal Council of the Churches of
Christ in America; Rev. Dr. S.
Parkes Cadman, chairman of the i
American Section of the Universal j
Christian Council on Life and
Work; Rev. Dr. William P. Merrill, ]
president of the World Alliance for
International Friendship Through
the Churches; and Dr. John R.
Mutt, chairman of the Internation-
al Missionary Council.
The appeal for a world concert
of prayer is being made not only
to the churches of this country, but
also to all the non-Roman bodies
of Europe and Asia. Through their
membership in the Universal
Christian Council, the Eastern Or-
thodox Churches are also included
in the invitation. Virtually all the
non-Roman Churches of the world
are included and since the Pope has
issued a message to Roman Catho-
lics, the movement of prayer for
peace is expected to embrace the
whole of Christendom.
The prayer crusade may con-
tinue for several months, accord-
ing to an announcement issued by
the Federal Council.
Among the religious bodies to
which the appeal has been sent
are: The Evangelical Free Church
Council of Great Britain; the
Church of England; the French
Protestant Federation; the German
Evangelical Church; the Confes-
sional Synod in Germany (made up
of opposition pastors); the Synod
of the Waldensian Churches of
Italy; the National Christian Coun-
cil of Japan; the National Chris-
tian Council of China.
J&BPIPE& METAUC)

A&B
we* urn a
Quite a remarkable progress in
the business world of Florida has
been shown by the A&B Pipe and
-Metal Co.. which recently moved
into its new home at 500 N. W.
Fifth Street. Designed specially
for its large and growing number
of customers, pipe, both used and
new, machinery, fittings, plumbing
supplies and structural steel are
made available at a moment's no-

tice. Machinery ha- been in
to cut, thread and fil |
sizes. Mr. Philip Berkowitz, head
of the firm, entered th< mi rcantile
world In Jacksonville wh<
sided for eighteen years pri r to
his arrival in Miami in 11)24. In
1928 he established the pn
firm at \.K. 25th Street, an
eral years ago his son, Alexander)
was admitted to the firm. I'hilip
Berkowitz is active not only in the
Thursday, April 17
GREETINGS
ROYAL PALM
CREAMERY
Manufacturers of
MOONKIST ICE (ream

world but in the Jewish
communal life of the city, having
isurer of the Miami
h Orthodox Congregation, and
i member of its board of di-
. active director of
Miami Young Men's Hebrew
iation. Alexander is a direc-
tor of the Miami V.M.H.A. and an
active figure in its athletic work,
being a member of its diamond
ball ti am.
GREETINGS
STRATH HAVEN HOTEL
401-411 Ocean Drive
MIAMI BEACH
KWIK-WAY GARAGE &
MACHINE SHOP
Authorized Service
PAINTING FENDER WORK
REPAIRING
2222 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Phone 2-7151
GREETINGS
to Our
Jewish Friends
CAPT. AND MRS.
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Zepin, secretary of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
announced today that Reform con-
gregations throughout the country
will be asked to say special prayers
for peace during Passover.
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325 E. Fiagier St.
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GREETINGS
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Killing Station
233 So. Miami Ave.
GREETINGS
MIAMI TRADING
AND RESTAURANT
SUPPLY CO.
1166 N. Miami Ave.
Phone 2-3982
GREETINGS
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AUTO TOP AND TRIMMING
In All Its Branches
150 N. E. 13th St.
Phone 2-7181
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792 N. W. 19th Street
12-13-14 Congress Bldg.
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Thursday, April 18, 1935
THE SEDAR
Fair is the twilight,
And fragrant and still;
Little by little
The synagogues fill.
One by one kindle
The night's gleaming eyes;
Candles in windows
And stars in the skies.
Ended in shool is
The service divine;
Sedar is started
With legends and wine.
Father is blessing
The night of all nights;
All who are hungry
To feast he invites.
'All who are homeless
Yet masters shall be,
Slaves who are this year
The next shall be free!
Children ask 'questions,'
And father replies;
Playfully sparkle
The wine and the eyes.
Hymns of redemption
All merrily sing;
Queen is each mother,
Each father is king.
Midnight. The Sedar
Is come to an end;
Guardian angels
From heaven descend.
Each one a message
Of liberty brings;
Scattering blessings
Of peace from his wings.
TUB JBWISH PLORIDIAN
Washington, April 12, 1935.
Jewish youths enrolled in the Civ-
|ian Conservation Corps camps

Sun.-Mon., April 21-22
Barbara Stanwyck
I'arren WJIIiamGlenda Farrell
Grant Mitchell
SECRET BRIDE
MWiK
Sun.-Mon., April 21-22
|C.race MooreTullio Carminati
l.yle TalbotMona Barrie
ONE NIGHT OF LOVE
MIAMI ART INSTITUTE
J. Borden Newman, Director
Flu* Bfl4 i.nun. tc ill Art
Day and Evening Classes
Phone 2-6861 39 S. EC tith St.. Miami
WRIGHTS MARKET
WE DELIVER
836 S. W. 22nd Are.
Telephone 2-4984
will be released from service for
the Passover holidays, in accord-
ance with official instructions is-
ud by Robert Feehner, Director
of Emergency Conservation Work.
The instructions for the release
of the Jewish boys follow repre-
sentations made to Mr. Feehner
by Rabbi J. X. Cohen, member of
the Commission on Economic Re-
search of the American Jewish
Congress. The instructions were is-
iud to Colonel Duncan K. Major,
Jr., the War Department repre-
sentative on the Advisory Council
of the Emergency Conservation
Work.
Reasonable use of transportation
facilities will be made available in
order to facilitate the return of the
boys to their homes. The letter
Page 9
from Mr. Feehner to Colonel Major
declares:
"We have previously authorized
leave with pay for Jewish enrolees
in Civilian Conservation Corps
camps for the Jewish Passover
Holidays. This year the first day
of the holiday is Thursday, April
18, and the last day is Friday,
April 26.
"An appeal was made to me to
authorize leave of absence with
pay and suitable transportation to
the nearest convenient point. I am
willing to authorize Camp Com-
manders to excuse Jewish enrollees
on the Passover Holidays without
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CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
750 Seybold Bldg.
Member Florida Institute
of A.....uhiuniH
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on Passover
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STATION
2701 W. Flagler St.
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N. E. 2nd Ave. at 18th St.
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to Our Jewish Friend"
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Phone 2-67II">
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To Our Jewish Friends
For
HAPPY PASSOVER
CENTRAL
RESTAURANT
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1244 N. E. 2nd Ave.
GREETINGS
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Roofing and Sheet Metal
Contractors
242 Aragon Ave.
CORAL GABLES
Evergreen 521
pay and with only such transporta-
tion as can be conveniently provid-
ed without interference with tha
regular operations of the camp.
"Please promptly transmit this
authorization through channels so
that Camp Commanders may be
governed accordingly."
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of
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980 Seventh Ave.
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Thursday, April
Page 10
"One Only Kid"
At the very end of the Seder
service comes the best fun of all,
the singing of that interesting old
nursery rhyme, "Had Gadya"or
"An Only Kid." It is written in
Aramaic.a kind of Hebrew that
MM widely used throughout West-
ern Asia. Today you can sing it
in the Knglish translation. Nat-
urally, it reminds you of "The
House that Jack Built." (In most
languages there are songs like
"The House that Jack Built.")
Many learned men believe that
"Had Gadya" was always more
than a children's song They think
that the simple lines have ;i very
bin meaning. Books have been
written to interpret the series of
events begun with daddy's pur-
chase of "one only kid."
The favorite interpretation of
the song is that the only kid rep-
resents the people of Israel. .
The father who bought the kid is
God, the two pieces of gold with
which he made the purchase are
Moses and Aaron, for it was
through them that God redeemed
Israel from Egypt. The animals
and objects that come upon the
scene now are the different op-
pressors from whom Israel suf-
fered in the course of its long
history.
The cat is Assyria, the cruel em-
pire that deported the ten tribes
of Israel. The dog is Babylonia,
conqueror of Assyria. It was the
Babylonians that brdUghOabout the
first exile of Judah, and the first
destruction of the Temple at
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MIAMI. FLA.
Jerusalem. The stick stands for
Persia, the conqueror of Baby-
lonia; the fire for the Greek
armies, which under Alexander the
Great, conquered Persia. The
water stands for Rome, which mas-
tered the entire world and brought
about the second destruction of the
Temple and the final scattering of
Israel.
The ox represents the Saracens,
who, after the Roman Empire fell
apart, seized Palestine. By the
slaughterer is meant the Cru-
saders, who robbed and massacred
Jews while on the march to the
Holy Land. The Angel of Death
is the Turk, who later gained pos-
session of it. Then comes the
Holy One, blessed be He!"God
who in his justice, punishes the
persecutors and redeems Israel.
It is said that one reason why the
Arabs joined with the Allies in
fighting to free Palestine from the
Turks, was that the British gen-
eral's name"Allenby"meant in
their language "Allah nebi" the
"Prophet of God!"
So the nursery rhyme turns out
to be a riddle, and when you solve
that, the answer is a review of
history! Take out your Haggada,
read carefully the story of "One
Only Kid," and see how well the
meaning fits in.
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, then with suggestions as to
,U .0 spend their money. White
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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'he Seder in
Foreign Lands
Patriarchal and ceremonious is
khe Seder ceremony of the Buk-
barian Jews. The room where the
cder is to be held is filled with
toses and fragrant grasses. On the
lable there are two flasks, and in
|ach there is a twig of myrtle.
Joses and other highly perfumed
lowers are always used by the
3ukharian Jews to decorate their
Sabbath and holiday tables.
Everyone sits on a low sofa piled
I jh with pillows to lean on. The
lldest male sits at the head of the
|e, and next in order comes the
cit oldest. The sequence is pro-
pvssively downward according to
ge, with the women at the foot.
As soon as the recitation of the
laggada is begun the head of the
ouse rises and grasps a staff,
pen his wife hands him a package
pntaining a few matzos, which he
hrows over his shoulder, and then
Iroceeds to run back and forth
cross the house until he stops in
(inner.
The smaller children approach
jin and say: "Whence iln you
sine?" "From Egypt," he replies.
"And where are you going
J\V?" 'To Jerusalem," he says.
Alter this conversation he sits
WI1 at his place again and the
Dungest person of the house asks
k.' four questions.
The Sephardic Jews, descendants
those who once were expelled
torn Spain, have a Seder that is
Specially splendid. The women
Bar their most beautiful clothes.
in afikomen is not hidden under
ke pillow, as in the more familiar
pemony, but is wrapped in a silk
3th worn' by the women over
Jcir shoulders while the Haggada
I being said.
[Im general, the Sephardim make
iborate preparations for the i
issover. Four weeks before
issover, the day after Purim,
ley begin to bake matzos. The
kbbalists have special additional
Hails to observe and special
payers to say over each piece of
atzos.
[ Some Sephardim bake, before ,
Issover, a special kind of "rich
&tzo" made with oil and wine.
his is served to friends who call
kring the intermediary week-
fcys of the holiday.
JAmong the Sephardim it is cus-
knary for several families to
|ve a common Seder at which the
Dry of the flight out of Egypt
is dramatized. While those who
remain seated at the table discuss
the liberation, a visitor arrives
fresh from Egypt and begins to
narrate the whole story. This
visitor carries a sack over his
shoulder and has a staff in his
hand, quite as though he had just
come a long distance. After he is
asked a number of questions about
how the Jews left Egypt, he joins
those at the table and says the
Haggada with them.
The Jews from Baghdad and
Yemen perform the Seder and re-
cite the Haggada in a manner all
their own. Even their way of
blessing the wine la different.
The four question! are asked in
the following manner:
A little boy holds the bone
which is a traditional part of the
ceremony in one hand, and an egg
in the other. He asks the first
questionwhy do we eat matzos?
Then he give- the complete answer
himself. He goes through the
same procedure with each of the
other three questions, asking eaeli
in its turn and answering it at
once.
In many Yemenite homes the
Haggada is paraphrased in Ara-
bic. This is largely because most
if tin' Yemenite Jewish women do
not understand Hebrew.
This i.s nol anything unusual.
The Jewish scholar Rashi tells us
in his "Hapardes" that it was once
the custom in Prance to tell the
story of the Haggada in French
since that was the language the
women knew.
The Jews from Morocco get the
Seder over in great haste, with
almost no ceremony. They are the
poorest Jews in Jerusalem. All of
them live in dark little rooms
without air or light. But for the
Passover everything is in apple
pie order, everyone is clean and
dressed up. By the light of small
gas lamps they sit, decked out in
their patched garments and have
their Seder.
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IN ENGLISH
Announcement of a prize con-
test of Jewish interest, and ad-
dresses by Rabbi Henry J. Berko-
witz, of Portland, Oregon, and Dr.
A. S. W. Rosenbach, of Philadel-
phia, were features of the Forty-
seventh Annual Meeting of the
Jewish Publication Society, held on
the evening of March 81, at Drop-
sie College, Philadelphia.
In his annual report Mr. J. Solis-
Cohen, Jr., president of the society,
outlined the steps which have been
taken recently to increase member-
ships and more actively promote
the distribution of the society's
books.
For the best novel of Jewish in-
terest submitted to the society on
or before April 15, 1936, a prize of
$2,500, to be known as "The Edwin
Wolf Award," has been offered.
The money is a gift from Mrs.
Blanche Kohn and Mr. Morris Wolf
in memory of their father, Edwin
Wolf, who until the time of his
death a few months ago, had been
a trustee of the society for many-
years. Rules governing the con-
test are as follows:
"The winning manuscript wiil
become the property of the publi-
cation society upon the announce-
ment of the award. There shall be
im restriction upon the length or
character of the work, provided it
be a novel ol" Jewish interest in
English. The Jewish Publication
Society reserves the right to with-
hold the award should there be no
entries which in its opinion seem of
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Thursday, April 18, 1935
Tampa Notes
The marriage of Miss Barbara
Hose Seckbach and Mr. Donald
K. Fine took place Sunday evening,
April 7th, at Temple Schaarai
Zedeki with Rabbi David Zielonka
ifficiating.
Miss Seckbach was given in mar-
.age by her father, Gustave Mar-
tin Seckbach, her attendants were
Mrs. Herbert J. Clonick of Chi-
cago, as matron of honor; Miss
Elsa Wasserman of St. Petersburg,
and Miss Lucile Rosenberg of
Tampa as bridesmaids. Little Ma-
ul ie Wolf acted as flower girl.
Julius Fine was best man and
groomsmen were Clifford Fine and
Mitchell Needles. Martin Seckbach
Jr., Ernest Maas, Jr. and F.dward
Byck acted as ushers.
Immediately after the ceremony
a recption was held at the resi-
lence of the bride's parents for
member! of the immediate fam-
ilies, relatives and a few close
Friends. Later the bridal couple
left for a wedding trip to New
York, Washington, and Atlantic
City. They will reside in Toledo.
THB JIW1IH FLOMDIAN
berg, Miss Jerry Rosenberg, Miss
Helen Aronovitz, Miss Dena Peek-
ett. Miss Clarice Steinberg, and
Miss Henrietta Waterman.
A floor show will be presented
under the direction of Mrs. Lucien
Bryon and the "Darktown Strut-
ters" will offer special entertain-
ment during the evening. Sol
Fleischman will act as master of
ceremonies and Sam Verkauf, pop-
ular radio singer, will be heard in
vocal solos.
Miss Henrietta Waterman is in
charge of arrangements; Miss Cla-
rice Steinberg, ticket sales; and
Miss Ruth Salsbury, patrons' list.
Page 18
Greenberg.
Many Orlando families will have
joint Passover ceremonies this
year. It is hoped that all Orlando
families will participate in Pass-
over Seders.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Lefcowltl
of Winston-Salem, N. C, are
spending their honeymoon in Flor-
ida. Mr. and Mrs. Lefcowitz
stopped in Orlando en route to
Miami for a short visit with Mr.
and Mrs. M. Lefcowitz.
Mr. Sam Feinberg is in Talla-
hassee attending the legislature
this week.
Mr. R. Millbr j>f Jacksonville
spent Monday in Orlando.
Mi. and Mis. G. Safer and Mr.
and Mrs. M. Schneider of Wau-
chula wcic the guests of Rabbi
ami Mrs. B. Safer Sunday.
ferty which forbids the "spreading
of propaganda inciting to religious
or racial hatred." The bill was
approved in the Senate by a vote
of 14 to 1. It had passed the
Assembly with only one dissenting
vote. The same bill was approved
in the Assembly last year but was
killed in a Senate committee. Di-
rected primarily against Nazi ac-
tivities, which have been wide-
spread in New Jersey, the Rafferty
law makes it a misdemeanor to dis-
seminate propaganda tending to in-
cite race, color or creed hatreds,
and fixes as the penalty a jail
sentence of ninety days to three
years, fine of 3200 to $5,000, or
both. The measure is so phrased
that it applies not only to speakers
who may violate the law but also
to owners of halls and auditoriums
and to publications which may be
used to circulate or promote the
forbidden propaganda. The bill
was heatedly debated in committee
because some senators felt it was
a violation of the rights of free
speech and assembly, but these
, critics were finally won over when
it was pointed out that the law
' merely gave the force of legal
sanction to principles of racial anj
religious freedom in the United
1 States Constitution and guaranteed
their protection.
Orlando Notes
Mr. II. Fcldman has returned to
New York after a visit here with
Rabbi and Mr. B. Safer.
The kiddie movie sponsored
intly by the Tampa Woman's
Club and the Jr. Maccabees, was
held recently and Leonard Gotler,
ion of Mr. and Mrs. P. Gotler, was
selected as the handsomest boy.
Gloria Bokor, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. S. Bokor, was selected as the
must attractive brunette.
The 101 Club featured a straw
ride recently. Mr. and Mrs. L.
Kamenoff chaperoned. The club
motored out to San Lando Springs,
where BUPper was served. Among
those present on the ride were:
Willie [feberman, Martin Levy,
Si Wolfe, Abe and Jack Kamen-
off, Sigmund Zigoren, Pearlie Sa-
fer, Henrietta and Mickey Harris,
Gertrude Haimowitz, Dorothy Ba-
ker and Irene Bravcrman.
Seven girls were announced re-
cently at a meeting of the Tampa
section, National Council of Jewish
Women Jrs. as members of a dance
chorus for a cabaret to be pre-
sented at the Tampa Yacht and
Country Club April 25th.
They are Miss Lucille Rosen-
Miss Ruth F.sta Rosen is spend-
ing the Passover holidays here.
Miss Rosen is a student at Talla-
hassee.
Mrs. B. Greenberg, Mrs. D. Hill-
man and Mrs. Rosen were host-
esses recently at a Sisterhood
bridge given in the home of Mrs.
ELLA MAY SCHOOL OF THE DANCE
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To Our Many Jewish Friends
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Manufacturers of
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Branch Offices and Plants:
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TAMPA, FLORIDA
Morton Levy, Martin Segal. My
er Sigal, Joel and Sidney Baker
spent the week-end in Orlando.
Misses Henrietta and Mickey
Harris entertained Friday night.
The Misses Harris had among their
guests the boys home for the
spring holidays from Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Roth plan to
have their entile family home for
the Passover.
Mr. John Patosky i>f Dayton,
Ohio, is spending a few days here.
Mr. Patosky owns extensive fruit
groves here.
Outlaw Anti-Semitism
TRENTON, N. J.New Jersey
became the first state in the Union
to outlaw anti-Semitic propaganda
by special legislation when the
senate passed and Governor Harold
Hoffman signed bill number 257,
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hym i- -i i-.t ..- expend and contra
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(Um'/am thou toowiadfe of tl i *'
i reari *?- -- proclaim*
er.h ao -...--*. and moat be tr^at^'j rding
; ., may fit one rr ;
A r, ;
Ins of imn mitj He lUtad that person bo r*: recovered f
mijd atta/.k of a diaeaae aoh an <
'* attack of the > Moden trotherapy and raee.mv
tion i baaed ti principle Hii aritingi rereal that be took the
pule* nil patienu and kn*a the 'aloe of U a3U-lic
tonei He furthei arranged table of pulae r-fcati accordir.-; to if*
and > :--, "
report that ha *'-*-yz' iton n ne and fecea Thi arai 750 yean
so. He searched the Brine for ediment pot Mood, land, rtonea, and
pithell jki.
Reven hundred yean before Ehrlicb, the Rambam wrote thi t
liteaae attacki the riu/r.&r, body, the human tyitem creatta an
ntibodj to defend itaaif. And onlj recentlj n dern medi .ne has dia-
coverad that the pu which found in wound I : wbita
",rpu :<, the dead bodiei of brave aoldien who gave their all in
the fight against tba Invading bacteria army. The Rambam knew
thia mosa than 700 yean ag'..
With all hii scientific knowledge, Maimonidei realised that true
healing come from God; that thi physician is merely God'i agent, j
lr, hii "Phyaician'i Prayer," he had, among other things, ". that 5
I may heal pooi and rich, rigl i and vicked, friend ar.d foe -that ^
I i,.- not coni i ed in theorie that my patient have confidence in =
me and obey me Drive away from the bedside of the patient all =
i;,i ,. phy ician cranl loo clevei relative and overly imart nurses. E
. Give me patience when my eolleagoei Insult me, or when they give ;
me foolish advice help me to protect Thy creatures ." These were -
the thoughts which were uppcrmoat In the mind of the great physician E
when he examined a pati.nt. Ha wa humble and God-loving, torn- 5
passionate towards all. Were ha alive today, Maimonidei would be =
clasM-d among the great, the world-renowned clinical professon, de- 5
pit<- the- progresi that, medical icience has made since his time.
Vour physician la no miracle worker, lie cannot remove the sick- E
iiohm from you anil cany it away in hin instrument bag. Your symp- E
torn., do not always give him clear and decisive picture of your ail- :
ment. Confidence In him, co operation on your part, will do much to E
speed your recovery. Vour druggist, also, is more than a dispenser 5
of sodas, sandwiches, cosmetics, and other items which competitive E
business has forced him to sell in order to cover his expenses, lie i
is primarily a compounder of prescriptions. His study of pharmacology,
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Thursday, April 17, 11)35
THE SIGNIFICANCE
OF PASSOVER
(Continued from Page 3)
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Page 15
bondage.
The Five Special Dishes
(a) The bitter herbs are symbolic
of oar bitter life in Egypt.
(b) "Charoses," a mixture of ap-
ples, nuts, cinnamon and wine, rep-
the mortar and clay, which
,),,. Israelites used in the making
0f picks for Pharaoh.
(c) The salt water reminds us of
jhe tears shed by the suffering
[si '".
(d) The roasted shank bone rep-
, the paschal lamb explained
(i ) The egg is a reminder of the
i .ah,-' the special holiday of-
which had to be brought to
mple, besides the paschal
lamb.
The Four Cups of Wine
[our cups of wine are sym-
bolic of the four Hebrew terms in
the divine promise to Moses to de-
liver Israel from Egyptian bond-
Bg<
The Touring Out of 10 Drops of
Wine
The pouring out of the drops of
wine is a vivid way of recalling
the ten plagues with which the
Egyptians were smitten before
they set the Israelites free.
The "Afikomen"
1 he "afikomen" is the half mat-
joh put away by the head of the
family at the beginning of the
meal and eaten by all at the end
of it. It represents the paschal
lamb, which was also eaten at the
end.
The Cup of Elijah
The cup of Elijah is filled before
the fourth cup of wine is sipped.
It reminds us of the Messiah,
whose coming will be announced by
Elijah one day before it will take
place. On the holiday of the first
red) mption we should not forget
the final redemption.
The Opening of the Door
The opening of the door shows
that we are unafraid of our ene-
ma and symbolizes our reliance
upon our Heavenly Father.
The Seder is completed by the,
chanting of a number of prayers
and ditties suggestive of our re-
demption. The rejoicing over the
past redemption is thus strength-
ened by the confirmation of our
hope in the future redemption. We
have in the seder a case of an ordi-
nary meal converted into a fountain
of spirituality. Fortunate indeed
is the people that ran rejoice and
eat in an elevating and exulting
manner!
Memorial Services
In conclusion a few Words should
be said about the memorial service-
that are held on the last day of
Passover, the last two days in gen-
eral, and "sefirah."
Insofar as the memorial services
(yizkor) are concerned, all that
need be said is that we .lew- do
not forget the departed souls on
the days of our greatest joy. It
is common to every holiday; when-
ever we celebrate a great event of
the past, we also commemorate
the past generations.
According to tradition the mir-
acle of the Red Sea, as a result of
which the Egyptian soldiers were
drowed and the Israelites safely
escaped their persecutors, took
place on the evening which belongs
to the twenty-first of Nisan, whicn
is the first of the last two days
of Passover. This explains why
the last two days are holidays and
no work is permitted on them.
Sefirah
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Attention should be given to
"sefirah," the Counting of the
Omer, for it is generally connected
with the great event, the giving of
the Torah which is celebrated seven
weeks later.
The Exodus from the Land of
Bondage was only the first step
in the establishment of the Jewish
people. The second step, which is
by no means secondary in im-
portance, was the receiving of the
Torah. When the Israelites were
in Palestine they used to bring (in
accordance with the regulations
found in the Torah), a barley of-
fering on the second day of Pass-
over, and a wheat offering on the
first day of Shevuoth. A barley-
offering, a sacrifice of a grain
eaten by animals, was brought by
the Jews in olden days to com-
memorate their physical delivery;
and a wheat offering, something
enjoyed by human beings, was
brought in the Temple to com-
memorate the spiritual delivery
through the receiving of the Torah.
The Counting of the Omer, or to
use the Hebrew phrase "aefiras ho-
omer," as ordained in a number of
places in the Torah, begins on the
second evening of Passover and
continues until Shevuoth. The
Jews wire told to count every day
and prepare themselves every day
for their spiritual freedom, the re-
ceiving of the Torah. When we
consider the great stride the Israel-
ites of old made, from idol wor-
ship to the true Jewish faith, we
must come to the conclusion that
seven weeks was not too much.
The days of "Sefirah" or the
Counting of the Omer are also days
of mourning, as during those days
a plague carried away many disci-
ples of Rabbi Akiba. No weddings
or other joyful affairs are per-
mitted in this period, excepting on
Lag B*Omer, the thirty-third day
of Sefirah (corresponding this
year to Thursday, May 3rd) when
(Continued on Page 10)
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Enjoy the Fish in the Marine
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Thursday, April 17,
1935
pared for the Sabbath, and a tu.
THE MGMFKANtE ; ^
ur r mw thMe mrticleis recited Thii
, jed from Paste 15; ...
to be done before the h
Passover Recipes ; t^ZSH TZT; Z SU *
______ partake "*"=*= ::=e ^ 1-2 teaapcca ;-e;p*r
tan := the other. Place : a:: -- tsaspocB 1 ~gtr
SCALLOPED MATZO *.-: r... a-: :-. := r.; Lke I taHeanaea "" r"n^-Bnb-TataWlta" of maUoh i. used mitead of bre^
--------- Bm Dra) into : r.r sc=p t -'Y^.. iMrfar a- the fint two daya for obvious reasons.
S HkH fan lerr.if '-" J*" 1!::: !;;~,t! p. of thil year are concerned
4 rr.ed.oa Aaai Bam** ** ~ua "* ** ~ "Erob-
the p*^* ceased, temporary. ushered in. On Passover piw,
The -Erub-Tabshilin"
noiiday j,
er a
of matzoh i* used instead of
4 -ipi v.rcatc-es
1 teasp-x-n ia.t
1-4 teajpt-.i pe;p*T .p = Btatzo farfeJ
2 taMaapaaa* !-*-- ... tat itx Baal
X tableapocti battaa i tgi-
Gra baa M s- J-"- ** I !*
of '.zs.r. Imm MBaaaaaa. ."-
ta.t. paBpet tad Raga*. Pu c-ret : fat
the Baton a -.*rr.a-.e lay*** -f I i tea | M noai
to act r.-.. aatxcs Dat tha taf 5:a<:i-f I ater f or f:T
rr.a-.2-. *.-..- the batter caver, ar,d .: -
bait .' hat -' -'- Joe-half fa: at "!
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FARFEL JfL'FFINS
ralf Vafc th preparations f
_..-^.i. tt on the eve
. .--."- ~r and bake iday. For thi. reason
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Thursday, April 18, 1935
THB JKWISH FLORIDIAN
Page 17
MAIMONIDES
by
DR. PAUL ROMANOFF
Much has been written about
Maimonides, his life and his work.
The Maimonides Octoccntennial
exhibition now being shown in the
euro of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, has already-
filled the pages of magazines and
papers. These articles, how-
ever, give an historical approach
rather than a penetration into the
ii side of the documents which
been assembled there.
i shall, therefore, take you with
mi on a trip to look into a manu-
and to search for the story
id it. You are probably ac-
quainted with the process of mak-
;-tory. A potsherd, a piece of
or stone, a crude design of
primitive manobjects that may
nothing to the average per-
. that would remain unnoticed,
': ome at once priceless treasures
to the scholar. The potsherds or
are the plots for the future
incea written by historians
ancient peoples: their life,
culture and their art. The
many volumes of ancient history
fill the BhelveB of libraries,
open up the secrets of
antiquity, are based on such find-
ings. To the archaeologist, the
peaks and the day becomes
ii mi with talcs of yore. To
urator of a museum, a piece
a tern piece (if material, a chip of
a torn piece of material, a chip of
metal or stone are inspirations for
minute study which inspire a
delving into the past to learn what
behind these objects. The
curator is able to clothe them with
. to cover them with skin, and
he life into them, though they
have been lying dead for centuries
and millenia.
What we have here in the Jew-
Museum, is not a potsherd or
, nor a piece of wood used by
some unknown idolworshipper, who
saw in them his supreme being, to
whom he Whispered incantations to
winds and spirits, but the very
handwriting of Maimonides, whoso
mind reached unto heaven, and
who at the same time was aware
of the needs of his people. The
works of Maimonides are immortal
creations. Such a fragment writ-
ten by that spiritual giant is price-
less ami sacred. It is surrounded
with a halo of radiant wisdom, and
a love for mankind. It is the auto-
graph of the Second Moses.
Let us, therefore, learn about
Maimonides from only one manu-
script, and a tragic tale will take .
us back many centuries. We shall
travel along with this manuscript
and follow it on its journey until |
we are back again in the New York
Jewish Museum.
It was 750 years ago. The Almo-
hades, the Berber tribes from
Northern Africa, were making
their raids, attacking and pillaging
villages and towns which were ac- '
customed to the rule of kindly ,
princes. Death and slavery wen'
the prices Jews paid for defending
their beliefs. Islam, as other re-
ligions, could not understand why
the Jews did not want to be shel-
tered under the wings of those
who promised them earthly harems
or heavenly kingdoms. Too an-
xious Were these religions to make
the Jew- happy in other worlds.
Fire and SWOrd hastened to trans-
fer the souls of the stubborn nation
to those realms. Tin .lews who
managed to be saved from the sud-
den kindness of those who cared
for their future lives, were sold as
slaves. For the glitter of gold was
too tempting even to people who
aspired to be the servants of God.
The markets were full of Jewish
captives. The point of the sword
stifled the cry of agony. Children
who clung bewilderingly to the tat-
tered covering of their trembling
mothers, were torn apart never to
see each other again. Men shook
their fists helplessly when their
bosom companions were taken
away to be sold to the highest
bidder.
In this desert of barbarism, there
still were a few cases of tolerance.
Egypt was one of them. There,
the heart of the Head of Egyptian
Jewry, the Sultan's friend and phy-
sician, scholar and philosopher,
Maimonides, bled for his people.
The cry of his brethren re-echoed
in his ears. It gave him no rest.
"The captives must be saved from
slavery and shameful life." was his
decision. Redemption was the only
way. Although rich in spirit,
Maimonides was poor in means.
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"l'idyon Shuvuyim," redemption of
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Emissaries with letters from Mai-
monides were sent to different cor-
ners of the world to collect money
for the redemption of the captives.
In the synagogues and streets,
"l'idyon Shuvuyim" were the
words often heard. When the mes-
sengers read the Rambam's appeal
,n the synagogues, and described
the torture and agony of their
helpless brethren, the people vis-
ualized their own relatives and
friends in chains, sold in the
markets as animals, saw their
miserable existence, their broken
homes, families and lives. Then
the Jewish heart trembled, purses
opened wide, jewels were itl
Mmers
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from fingers, wrists and necks to
be exchanged for the liberty of
the ill-fated. For the Rambam's
word was law, the word of a
Moses.
In a wooden frame, between two
glasses, Is the WOrnOUt fragment
of a letter. Old are the characters.
They are peculiar to the handwrit-
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Thursday, April 18, 1935 THE SEDAR Fair is the twilight, And fragrant and still; Little by little The synagogues fill. One by one kindle The night's gleaming eyes; Candles in windows And stars in the skies. Ended in shool is The service divine; Sedar is started With legends and wine. Father is blessing The night of all nights; All who are hungry To feast he invites. 'All who are homeless Yet masters shall be, Slaves who are this year— The next shall be free! Children ask 'questions,' And father replies; Playfully sparkle The wine and the eyes. Hymns of redemption All merrily sing; Queen is each mother, Each father is king. Midnight. The Sedar Is come to an end; Guardian angels From heaven descend. Each one a message Of liberty brings; Scattering blessings Of peace from his wings. TUB JBWISH PLORIDIAN Washington, April 12, 1935.— Jewish youths enrolled in the Civ|ian Conservation Corps camps Sun.-Mon., April 21-22 Barbara Stanwyck I'arren WJIIiam—Glenda Farrell Grant Mitchell SECRET BRIDE MWiK Sun.-Mon., April 21-22 |C.race Moore—Tullio Carminati l.yle Talbot—Mona Barrie ONE NIGHT OF LOVE MIAMI ART INSTITUTE J. Borden Newman, Director Flu* Bfl4 i. nun. tc ill Art Day and Evening Classes Phone 2-6861 39 S. EC tith St.. Miami WRIGHTS MARKET WE DELIVER 836 S. W. 22nd Are. Telephone 2-4984 will be released from service for the Passover holidays, in accordance with official instructions is•ud by Robert Feehner, Director of Emergency Conservation Work. The instructions for the release of the Jewish boys follow representations made to Mr. Feehner by Rabbi J. X. Cohen, member of the Commission on Economic Research of the American Jewish Congress. The instructions were isiud to Colonel Duncan K. Major, Jr., the War Department representative on the Advisory Council of the Emergency Conservation Work. Reasonable use of transportation facilities will be made available in order to facilitate the return of the boys to their homes. The letter Page 9 from Mr. Feehner to Colonel Major declares: "We have previously authorized leave with pay for Jewish enrolees in Civilian Conservation Corps camps for the Jewish Passover Holidays. This year the first day of the holiday is Thursday, April 18, and the last day is Friday, April 26. "An appeal was made to me to authorize leave of absence with pay and suitable transportation to the nearest convenient point. I am willing to authorize Camp Commanders to excuse Jewish enrollees on the Passover Holidays without CHARLES U. SELDEN CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 750 Seybold Bldg. Member Florida Institute of A uhiuniH TELEPHONE Mini Sreetings to Our Jewish Friends on Passover WALDRON SERVICE STATION 2701 W. Flagler St. JACKSONVILLE MIAMI Distributor! 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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 Broward counties, will again distribute their products, such as milk, butter, sour cream and other dairy delicacies for their Jewish customers for Passover under strict California Wine Handled Locally Friday morning dav night at 8 o'clock, sermon, Made by the Wine Industries, Inc., of California, under the supervision of Rabbi M. Hirsch of the Beth Hamidrosh HaKodol of Heralded by fanfare of nation-1 g an Francisco, Cal., pure < wide praise and acclamation, the sensationally successful production, "One Night of Love," which serves ma wine is being distributed locally under the name of "Migroco Wines" by the Miami Whi :. hv :r and SpnHual Freedom. Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, rTime—A Grocery Company at prices which Rabbinical supervision and with a as a starring vehicle for the alresident mashgiach at their dairy hjringly glamorous Grace Moore, pernm us^ \ u]H yy l>u u „ f R during the entire Passover week. st;i „ ( Bcreen aml radio favorite. Machtei of the Radio Syna%  We appreciate the business and ^ Sun( ay at the Tivoli • • „ Main ,.,|. Port, topatronage of our Jewishcustomer^ ^^ wjnes ,, given us during the entire year, ...,.. urt h ar e Fogg. Jr., general The film play presents an entwenty per cent "Spring l.m-- Le" Yrom Nature." The religious SSl will participate in all these B ervice. by assisting the congre. tion in ringing the traditional Llodies of the ritual, rhe nn synagogue will be elaborately dec, Mr. Hyman -Jacobs and Mr. Gelman. Thomas Dairy to Have Supervision said Mr. E. Q. manager of the company, "and trancingly novel blend of romance though it means an ad.led cost, comedy, music, drama and exotic which we do not charge the cussettings. It concerns itself with tomer, we are more than happy to the operatic aspirations of an ambe of Bervice to our Jewish pabeing Bold, which insunthat their alcoholic content will prevent sou bitious, carefree young midwcslern girl who travels to Italy to study voice culture with the prize times, including money won in a local radio voice are grateful to have contest. There she meets a gay si ivi.es of the leadyoung American blade with a fortrons. We feel it is our duty to provide them with our splendid products at Passover. W obtained the all big and spoilage, as occurs wines of less alcoholic content. St. Petersburg In order to iany h customers and pi %  de for during the Passover ,-ith holiday-, the W. II. Thomas Dairy and >th St. produce milk. cream and -our p ass un dei the supervision of tag Rabbis of this area, including tune in the bank and romance in Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Rabbi Julius his heart, and also a charming debWasher and Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom, to direct the religious detailconnected with Passover product -. SO that even the mOf I Ol servant can use our deliciou and healthful dairy product ." Orange Wine Made in Florida onair music teacher, portrayed by Tullio Carminati. "Happiness Ahead," the new comedy romance, comes to the Seventh Avenue Theatre Sunday with Dick Powell in the stellar role. The story is a glamorous romance that combines hilarious situations with melodramatic thrills, to which several catchy musical numbers are added. Establishing a reputation for the "Happiness Ahead" ia sort of excell. rodud within a Cinderella story in reverse, alshort time, the Baker Products Co. though the path of young love is of Orlando. Fla.. producerof the anything but smooth, which furfamous "Chevron D'Or" orange nishes both comedy and drama. wine, to meet I he demands of the Jewish public of Florida, engaged the services of Rabbi Wolf Witter stein of Paterson, N. J., and Orlando, Fla., t<> supervise the production and bottling of the orange vine for Passover use. Made of pure oranges by a Becret process developed by the company's staff, because of its natural citric acil content, has a fine alkaline react : n. which, is beneficial to the system and haves no ill after effects, who desire to use the wine i Julius Washer of the Miami Friday night services of Congre^ Q ]jiiX Con gregation. gation B'nai Israel begin at wi |hn ,-;,.;„. an old-time resio'clock. Rabbi Alexander S. Kle n ^ m] ^ i( I|Vl ( ommun;i l feld will preach on "Preparation g ^ I „. isn rla ,h for the Festival Passover." Saturday morn ng Bervices begin at 9 o'clock. Passover servicebegin Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Immediately after the public sader will be held at the synagogue under th.auspici the Ladies Auxiliary and Aid Society. The public iurged to make reservations immediately. Thursday morning Bervices at ; %  o'clock, when the Rabbi will speak on "Individual and National Free dom." Thursday night at 7 0*C Ral Washer to be the milking and manuof the dairj i The op, rated by W. 11. Thomas, who has been in the dairy n e 1917 an I ii Mr. Henry C. ner since 1924. They will be enabled to supply their customers with th fin< st of fresh b itter, Eoi which they have i i a reputation, and to •'•:. iiother rich products to their clientele. may obtain it by asking for the • Chevron D'Or at any of 'i.ling .-tores in Florida or ma) obtain it from the Raker Products Co. at Orlando, Fla. AMBULANCE SEBVICB AHERN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHERN, Pros. 1349 West Flagler Street Telephone 1-1111 At All Good Stores Ask for NEW YORK BREAD ENJOY THE HOLIDAY! 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PALESTINE WINES nisho. iv*. CHEVRON D'OR Kosher Orange Wine HUNGARIAN SLIV0VITZ GRAPE BRANDY 89c FIFTH $2.85 GALLON $1.30 FIFTH $1.35 FIFTH 98c FIFTH California $2.5(1 FIFTH FLORIDA CUT RATE, INC. CORNER N. W. FIFTH ST. AND SECOND AVE. Phone 2-9884 IXtfUz $60& CUtd, ib's. qtcd fob you Chevron d'Or lias a fragrant, tang) bouquet and a delirious flavor suggestive of n vintage nun. n., This golden, crystal clear, pli a-nutly Mimulatiug Wine Is tinlirsl real wide ever to be made from sun-ripened Florida oranges. It is nonfattening and because of its eilrie arid e.intent Chevron d'Or baa n healthful alkaline reaction that relieves you of any fear of acid-stomach. Chevron d'Or Orange Wine is area! treat. Try a bottle today. AT AIL GOOD DIALERS BAKER PRODUCTS CO.. ORLANDO "GRIFFON' GABARDINES Shirred Hack Models (Jrays Tans Bros* Blues Whites Eggshell Values $39.50 to S44.M $29.85 And $33.50 Itei; ulars She. • %  Stouts Longs Short Stouts SPORT PANTS Galore! 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Thursday, April 17, 1935 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page 11 I I I I tl^Ttltii — Phone 5-I1J8 Electrical Work Our Specialty QUIGLEY'S GARAGE (ieneral Auto Repairing Batterien Rcchanred and Repaint Generators, Starters and Ignition Work WRECKER SERVICE 131 Alton Road MIAMI BEACH, FLA. I Mil IIMIII llllllllllllllllllillll GREETINGS GEO. L. DIXON CO. Hotel and Restaurant Equipment 1100 N. E. 2nd AVE. Telephone 2-6751 iiniiiiaiiiiii mi % %  ••iinitiii NiiiiMimimiiihHiitiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiHi I'hone EdKewater 9132 McHUGH SERVICE STATION 5400 Rixcayne Blvd. MOTES SERVICE GASOLINE AND MOTOR OILS Better Greasing All Around Servicing %  ii i in i • 'he Seder in Foreign Lands Patriarchal and ceremonious is khe Seder ceremony of the Bukbarian Jews. The room where the cder is to be held is filled with toses and fragrant grasses. On the lable there are two flasks, and in |ach there is a twig of myrtle. Joses and other highly perfumed lowers are always used by the 3ukharian Jews to decorate their Sabbath and holiday tables. Everyone sits on a low sofa piled I jh with pillows to lean on. The lldest male sits at the head of the |e, and next in order comes the •cit oldest. The sequence is propvssively downward according to ge, with the women at the foot. As soon as the recitation of the laggada is begun the head of the %  ouse rises and grasps a staff, pen his wife hands him a package pntaining a few matzos, which he hrows over his shoulder, and then Iroceeds to run back and forth cross the house until he stops in (inner. The smaller children approach jin and say: "Whence iln you sine?" "From Egypt," he replies. "And where are you going J\V?" 'To Jerusalem," he says. Alter this conversation he sits WI1 at his place again and the Dungest person of the house asks k.' four questions. The Sephardic Jews, descendants those who once were expelled torn Spain, have a Seder that is Specially splendid. The women Bar their most beautiful clothes. in afikomen is not hidden under ke pillow, as in the more familiar pemony, but is wrapped in a silk 3th worn' by the women over Jcir shoulders while the Haggada I being said. [IM general, the Sephardim make iborate preparations for the i issover. Four weeks before issover, the day after Purim, ley begin to bake matzos. The kbbalists have special additional Hails to observe and special payers to say over each piece of atzos. [ Some Sephardim bake, before Issover, a special kind of "rich &tzo" made with oil and wine. his is served to friends who call kring the intermediary weekfcys of the holiday. JAmong the Sephardim it is cusknary for several families to |ve a common Seder at which the Dry of the flight out of Egypt is dramatized. While those who remain seated at the table discuss the liberation, a visitor arrives fresh from Egypt and begins to narrate the whole story. This visitor carries a sack over his shoulder and has a staff in his hand, quite as though he had just come a long distance. After he is asked a number of questions about how the Jews left Egypt, he joins those at the table and says the Haggada with them. The Jews from Baghdad and Yemen perform the Seder and recite the Haggada in a manner all their own. Even their way of blessing the wine la different. The four question! are asked in the following manner: A little boy holds the bone which is a traditional part of the ceremony in one hand, and an egg in the other. He asks the first question—why do we eat matzos? Then he givethe complete answer himself. He goes through the same procedure with each of the other three questions, asking eaeli in its turn and answering it at once. In many Yemenite homes the Haggada is paraphrased in Arabic. This is largely because most if tin' Yemenite Jewish women do not understand Hebrew. This i.s nol anything unusual. The Jewish scholar Rashi tells us in his "Hapardes" that it was once the custom in Prance to tell the story of the Haggada in French since that was the language the women knew. The Jews from Morocco get the Seder over in great haste, with almost no ceremony. They are the poorest Jews in Jerusalem. All of them live in dark little rooms without air or light. But for the Passover everything is in apple pie order, everyone is clean and dressed up. By the light of small gas lamps they sit, decked out in their patched garments and have their Seder. GREETINGS CLYDE COURT BEAUTY SALON (For Purtieular Women! 200 S. E. First Avenue Phone 2-1440 MRS. 111 •-11 M. PEARSON • Mil, nun, II GREETINGS LOFTIN, STOKES & CALKINS Attorneys at Law Ini'.i aliam Building •2,500 OFFERED FOR A NOVEL OF JEWISH INTEREST IN ENGLISH Announcement of a prize contest of Jewish interest, and addresses by Rabbi Henry J. Berkowitz, of Portland, Oregon, and Dr. A. S. W. Rosenbach, of Philadelphia, were features of the Fortyseventh Annual Meeting of the Jewish Publication Society, held on the evening of March 81, at Dropsie College, Philadelphia. In his annual report Mr. J. SolisCohen, Jr., president of the society, outlined the steps which have been taken recently to increase memberships and more actively promote the distribution of the society's books. For the best novel of Jewish interest submitted to the society on or before April 15, 1936, a prize of $2,500, to be known as "The Edwin Wolf Award," has been offered. The money is a gift from Mrs. Blanche Kohn and Mr. Morris Wolf in memory of their father, Edwin Wolf, who until the time of his death a few months ago, had been a trustee of the society for manyyears. Rules governing the contest are as follows: "The winning manuscript wiil become the property of the publication society upon the announcement of the award. There shall be im restriction upon the length or character of the work, provided it be a novel ol" Jewish interest in English. The Jewish Publication Society reserves the right to withhold the award should there be no entries which in its opinion seem of FLOWERS IIV WIRE BONDED MEMBER Floral l)c*iR-ni a Specialty MCALLISTER. Florist iil7 W. Flagler Street Office 2-:l773 Keiiiilenre 2-5771 GREETINGS GLADYS ADAMS BEAUTY SHOP Finger Wave SSc Shampoo 35c Permanent Wave Special $3.00 ALL BRANCHES OF BEAUTY CULTURE 7 E. Flagler St. (Over Grant's) Phone 2-6768 IIIIIIIIIHIIIHI MIHIHIIIIHII iriminim MIMIMI in GREETINGS SOUTHERN VENETIAN BLIND CO. Manufacture !" of BOUTBERN VENETIAN BUNDS Distributor* of Imported and Domestic Venetian Blind LADDER TAPE Venetian Blind CORD I'hone 2-525* 1727 N. W. 28th St. P. O. Box M5, Allapattah Station IMIM IMIMI iiiiiiiii minim iiimmi I ,„„ mum mi mi""" I'"""" = GREETINGS T. B. McGAHEY MOTOR CO., INC. mill 1930 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 3-2624 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii III iiiiiiiiniiimti iniiiininn .il Green Motor Co., Inc. We Buy and Sell Used Cars 1876-78 S. VV. Eighth Street MIAMI, FLORIDA NON-JEW LEAVES $12,000 TO JEWISH INSTITUTIONS New York, April 12.—Bequests totaling $12,000 were left to four Jewish philanthropic institutions by the late Cornelius Huth, former judge and assemblymen, who was a Gentile. Mr. Huth bequeathed $3,000 each to the Hebrew Home for Chronic Invalids, the Home of the Daughters of Jacob, Sydenham Hospital and iA-banon Hospital. sufficient merit to be published. The Board of Judges shall be announced at a later date. All manuscripts must be submitted with a nom de plume, the true name of the author to be attached in a sealed envelope. GREETINGS MR. AND MRS. C. E. BARRETT Shoe Repairman HI -RHINE'S GREETINGS SHORE PARK HOTEL 820 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH i I >ed Saturday •hone 2-2131 DR. R. S. AKERS DENTIST Office Hour*; 1 '• -i in tu 'in j. ni. 1711 \. W. .'loth St.. Miami. Fla. 111111111111 mi miMiiin n ii,i' limn i DANCE NIGHTLY al the PIER PAVILION cm the New Million Dollar Pier Miami Beach DANCING from 8 till— Admission t.ell! lemell. 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Page 8 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Launch Movement For Peace New York.—The Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America has appealed to Protestants in the United States and throughout the world to join in a "world concert of prayer" for peace. The call urges churches, beginning on Palm Sunday, to pray for peace in every service of public worship and to continue this practice "as long as the threat of war remains." The appeal is made with the collaboration of the three leading international agencies of Protestantism and is signed by the Rev. Dr. Ivan Lee Holt, president of the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America; Rev. Dr. S. Parkes Cadman, chairman of the i American Section of the Universal j Christian Council on Life and Work; Rev. Dr. William P. Merrill, ] president of the World Alliance for International Friendship Through the Churches; and Dr. John R. Mutt, chairman of the International Missionary Council. The appeal for a world concert of prayer is being made not only to the churches of this country, but also to all the non-Roman bodies of Europe and Asia. Through their membership in the Universal Christian Council, the Eastern Orthodox Churches are also included in the invitation. Virtually all the non-Roman Churches of the world are included and since the Pope has issued a message to Roman Catholics, the movement of prayer for peace is expected to embrace the whole of Christendom. The prayer crusade may continue for several months, according to an announcement issued by the Federal Council. Among the religious bodies to which the appeal has been sent are: The Evangelical Free Church Council of Great Britain; the Church of England; the French Protestant Federation; the German Evangelical Church; the Confessional Synod in Germany (made up of opposition pastors); the Synod of the Waldensian Churches of Italy; the National Christian Council of Japan; the National Christian Council of China. J&BPIPE& METAUC) A&B WE* urn a Quite a remarkable progress in the business world of Florida has been shown by the A&B Pipe and -Metal Co.. which recently moved into its new home at 500 N. W. Fifth Street. Designed specially for its large and growing number of customers, pipe, both used and new, machinery, fittings, plumbing supplies and structural steel are made available at a moment's notice. Machinery habeen in to cut, thread and fil | sizes. Mr. Philip Berkowitz, head of the firm, entered th< mi rcantile world In Jacksonville wh< • sided for eighteen years pri r to his arrival in Miami in 11)24. In 1928 he established the pn firm at \.K. 25th Street, an eral years ago his son, Alexander) was admitted to the firm. I'hilip Berkowitz is active not only in the Thursday, April 17 GREETINGS ROYAL PALM CREAMERY Manufacturers of MOONKIST ICE (REAM world but in the Jewish communal life of the city, having isurer of the Miami h Orthodox Congregation, and i member of its board of di. active director of Miami Young Men's Hebrew iation. Alexander is a director of the Miami V.M.H.A. and an active figure in its athletic work, being a member of its diamond ball ti am. GREETINGS STRATH HAVEN HOTEL 401-411 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH KWIK-WAY GARAGE & MACHINE SHOP Authorized Service PAINTING FENDER WORK REPAIRING 2222 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-7151 GREETINGS to Our Jewish Friends CAPT. AND MRS. GEO. P. COOK j ii II in n 11 ii 11 ii i in i in i mini nm :mi IL | GREETINGS 1 HUPPS SODA GRILL I AND CONFECTIONERY = Cincinnati, Ohio.—Rabbi George Zepin, secretary of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, announced today that Reform congregations throughout the country will be asked to say special prayers for peace during Passover. %  I'once de Leon Blvd. = at Alcazar niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiimi,' ^.11111111II1111111111111 i 11111! H111111111111IJ. GREETINGS HECK'S OARAGE 804 First St. MIAMI BEACH Phone .Vl 122 TiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiimiiiiL' GREETINGS THE COTTAGE INN Biscayne Boulevard at I.Mh S'. Telephone 3-1801 t GREETINGS H. L. FISCHER, INC. Diamond Importers 325 E. Fiagier St. MIAMI. FLORIDA GREETINGS JOSEPH P.McGHAN FUNERAL HOME 1923 S. \V. 8th~St. J Illllllllllllllllllll: Mill GREETINGS SPEOPLES LIVE r


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Thursday, April 17, 1935 THE JEWISH FLOKIIMAN Page 7 Jewish Boy Breaks Record New York, April 12.—America'i [chances of winning the swimming [championship back from Japan in [the coming Olympic games wert I materially increased when Adolph Kiefer, 16-year-old Chicago Jewlish schoolboy, revealed himself as the 160-yard backstroke fnvbgk the latest natatorial marvel by breaking the world's record for the 150-yard backstroke in the 47th annual national indoor championships of the Amateur Athletic Union. Kiefer set a mark of 1:30.1 I to break by eight-tenths of a see|ond the accepted world mark established last year by Albert Vande Weighe. Kiefer, who was taught to Itwim by his father, a swimming instructor in the German army, first became nationally known several | months ago when he started to crack national swimming records. a series of circumstances, is accused of murder. The first scene filmed reveals the actress behind the bars. sensationally successful produc• atre. tion, "One Night of Love," which The film play presents an enserves as a starring vehicle for the j trancingly novel blend of romance, alluringly glamorous Grace Moore, comedy, music, drama and exotic settings. It concerns itself with the operatic aspirations of an ambitious, carefree young midwestern 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 fortune in the bank and romance in his heart, and also a charming debonair music teacher, portrayed by Tullio Carminati. Jews of the United States of all asked to pray for peace during the Jewish (estiva! of Passover which begins ( ,n Wednesday evening, April 17, I and marks the deliverance of the I chililri n of Israel from the bondage of Egypt. The United Synagogue of America, the federation of Conservative synagogues, has issued an appeal to all conservative congregations in the United States and Canada to pray for peace during the Passover holidays. A similar call has been issued by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregation! of America. It was unounced by William Weiss, president of the Union, that a special prayer for peace will be suggested tn rabbis of all Orthodox congregations affiliated with the Union. GREETINGS From WHITTENRERG AUTO TRIMMERS' SUPPLIES 1246 N. E. 1st Ave. GREETINGS DEAUVILLE SERVICE STATION 6438 Collins Axe. MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-9298 "A fine welcome home recep' tion!" complained Glenda as she entered the cell to start rehearsal of the scene. "The Secret Bride" is a thrilling talc of baffling murders connected with a political frame-up. Warren William plays opposite Mi a Stanwyck while others in the cast include Grant Mitchell, Arthur Bryon, Henry O'Neill and Douglas liumbi iile. 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PtLge Two THE JEWISH KI.ORiniAN Thursday, April 18, l'J.'tS A large number e>f residents and tourists interested in the work of the Poaley Zion gathered last week Plans are now being completed at the home of -Mr. and Mis. Henry Memorial services will be confor the May Day dance being sponSeitlin when a farewell party was t | ueloc j ,,( Beth David Synajrouue. sored by Junior Hadassah the held honoring Mr. and Miss Kred|{|h j. |( .„i, Synagogue and the Miearly part of next month. In enzer of Chicago; Mrs. Mintzes of charge of arrangements is a comNew York; Mrs. Friedlander of mittee consisting of Miss Ruth New York, ami Mr. anil Mis. Orlin Sontag, chairman, Anita Silverman, „f Buffalo. A report of the recent campaign for the tool fund m Palestine WHS given, Bhowing that a considerable sum had been raised. After the sinning of Jewish folk Yetta Feiner, Beck Nash, Marion Blank, Mrs. Sol Rotfort and Mis. Murry Grossman. NOTE ami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Thursday morning April 2">th when the Yizkor prayers will be recited and the Rabbis il preach appropriate sermons. Next Mondav cveninp, April 22, Bongs delicious refreshments were lllw "' '" "' were Mesdames H. rrager, M. i*aie Sisterhood of Chesed Shel served. ,, „ %  the Ernes is sponsoring a Yiddish play "Zhver t/.u zein a Yid" at Beth Beth David Sisterhood will be David Talmud Torah Hall. Prohosts to the children of its Sunday ceeds of this theatre party will be school and Talmud Torah at a used for the work of beautifying children's Seder next Sunday mornthe cemetery of the Greater Miami jng, April 21st at 10 a. m. under Jewish Cemetery Association at the direction of Rabbi Max Shapiro who will be assisted by the facult) of the Sunday school. Following the ritual, the children will be served refreshments. the Rabbi, il.1. L Woodlawn and for the carrying on of the work of the Sisterhood in providing for the burial of needy i ases. Beth David Sisterhood is spon.• its annual Pesach card party at the Beth David Talmud Torah Hall Sunday evening, April 21, at H P, M. with Mrs. Win. Robinson ted president and Mrs. M. Piizes will • irded for hijrh scores and • will be served. i ittend. More than eighty children ati tin' fourth annual children's Sader of the pupilof the Sunday school ami Talmud Torah of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Rabbi Julius Washer supervised and dire.ted the ceremonies iii which the children conducted the entire Sader ritual. Portionof the Haggadah weir read in the il. brew and translated into the English, the Kiddush and other Mesdames Nat Blumberg, Jack prayers were recited. Following Hlrsch and Harry Shulman are the the formal ritual and an address by hostesses for 'he card party being ,l "' Rabbi, the children were served ored for the benefit of the refreshments. At each plate of Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami 'he beautifully decorated table .1 .• w I .li orthodox Congregation Ui re glasses of wine, matzos, eggs, next Sunday evening, April 2S, at cakes and fruits which the children the home cif Mv>. Blumberg, 1261 enjoyed. A special treat was a >rift S. W. First st. Prizes will be of Kosher Passover Col-Kay which awarded for high scores and rewas donated through the courtesy freshments will l>e served. The of itmanufacturers, the Try-Me public is invited to attend. B ttling Co. In charge id' arrangeott, P. Shochet. Senior Hadassah is sponsoring a thrift luncheon at Kaplan Hall on Tuesday evening, April 30th, at 1 li::i11 o'clock. All are urged to attend and enjoy the program that will be presented. In charge of arrangements are Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Mr-, (iertrude Berlin and Mesdames A. I. Magid, H. 1. Lipton, Alex Goldstein and L. .1. Hartz. • A regular meeting of the Booksin-Brief Club was held Monday vi ning, April loth, at the home of Mrs. Louis Pallot. Mrs. Victor Mell reviewed "1. Claudius." Mrs. Jacvk Samet gave the current event and .Mrs. Louis Pallot described thelife of a great Jewish personality. A social hour followed. Next Thursday evening April 2f>th the Young Men's Hebrew Association will hold a dance for the benefit of its Building fund at the Cara Villa Club when threes floor shows and other novelty entertainment will be presented. Admission will be only 50 centwhich will include minimum and other charges. In charge of arrangements are Me-sis. E. A. Pallot achairman, A. Cutler and B. Serkin. The V.M.H.A. hopes to begin the erection of a much needed community 'building within the next f, w months and it is therefore urging [the public to patronize this event so that sufficient fundmay -j, available to begin work. Members of the senior class of Beth Jacob .Sunday school will have confirmation exercises Sunday eve. ning April 28th at 8 p „,. w h ea eleven members of the class under the direction of A. I.ouiMecMowitz, its teacher, will be the recipients of certificates. Rabbi D. vid I. Rosenbloom will direct the exercises at which Mr. Philip Liberman will speak. (ORAL WAY ORNAMENTAL IRON SHOPPE Sfi68 S. W. 22nd St. IRON SCREEN DOORS A SPECIALTY Gates, drills. Lamps, Stair Rails, Balconies, Welding Phone Evergreen 9109 C. F. FENNER, JR. "The Iron Man" A PASSOVER TREAT! YOl' CAN NOW ENJOY DR. BROWN'S CEL RAY STRICTLY KOSHER EOR PASSOVER Under the Supervision of Rabbi Wolf Rogin of Brooklyn, Rabbi Liber Cohen of New York, and HARM JULIUS WASHER OF MIAMI 'in mr. Trow in nn iwn: ran wra as n in: w ^ n6.// .v*34?/,). ">e-3i* AT ALL GROCERY AND DELICATESSEN STORES TRY-ME BOTTLING CO. 1655 N. 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Thursday, April 18, 1935 Pact MAIMONTDES l" 2) I 1 An fa really %  in Axabi the .i- %  .•= af the. ..-. ::.*. .*..-.; = ai .. id thl %  '. >f appeal. At U lettar *..-(. D •nrd -. 1 fa 1 four %  rda, Ba .-. M rendering •-'.%  a, add the inestimabU mportaaea of :•;, for the dcnatnri daMri the •:.. r.g to tti .u -; 1 a! for Pid>..-.... 1 tba Ban • signed the the lettei %  ft : ._: travel* I with M I : ent cc anl in s;. Holjr Ark. 1 teari fell npoi it. It :rk • -' %  %  :' comfort At ame f -.*; tivei regaine ] thei turned %  *• %  :•: bea Together with otl •A apla •-. manu-' I .;.".tory Ii life and thinking; %  %  ir:~. -.'.%  .; ?~ 3.. -.:. I %  IT the I '' "... .-. band placed thu letter in the Cairc Gcnizah There it me? la, tome of much %  %  • that ". lit z :^a:*. coven a., nnti! 1 gentk hai ff the hut u.: eareT-. the patriarchal and !a !" .*: n Schecht*r sarried :". ad came to a %  %  : I I %  I kitten in %  > %  -: • For shejjr *•"here %  : • pean u learn from rat the ti '.] a: tl B • aerrice that thii tter pert rmed. Probe Activities of Black Hitler in Harlem Negro Biot fork—Seeking 1 md the r< riots Guardia's : inning Hitler 0! first lering .; em when he atjpport fur lewish mt-r.. |ly diacrim%  rkers. It :-!amid has obm various Nazi T h '-committee I to uproot all : in stirring up imong the negro j'.al n, GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY, INC. COMPLETE ABSTRACT AND TITLE INSURANCE SERVICE THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH • MIAMI BEACH First National Bank Buildinr ORANGE WINE For Paaaover L'ae Under the Supervision of RABBI WOLF WITTENSTEIN flow cfou can qa mode/ut ut youA kitchen! NEW LOW PRICES! ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR OLD RANGE OR WATER HEATER Regardless of Type or Condition This special sale will last only until April 27, 1935. Act Today! Are you one of the many women who have known the advantages of modern electric cookery and water heating, yet, have thought the original cost of the equipment was beyond their means? Look at these new low prices... take advantage of the s 10.00 allowed for your old range or water heater and, using the allowance as a down payment, start now to enjoy a complete electric service in your kitchen. See these exceptional values at your dealer's or in our showrooms. 1asU& good a a*%d it'sgood fayou Qir. ron d'Or baa %  fragrant, tan K v bouquet and a delicious flavor suggestive of a vintage aauterne. Thin golden, crystal clear, pleasantly stimulating wine Is the first real wine ever to be made from sun-ripened Florida oranges. It is nonfattening and because of Its citric acid content Chevron d'Or has a heulthful alkaline reaction that relieves you of any fear of acid-stomach. Chevron d'OrOrunge Wine ia a real treat. Try u hot lie today. AT ALL GOOD DEALERS BAKER PIODUCTS CO., OtlANOO The square 10 gallon electric 76.50 Allowance (or old heater Cash price Of, only $4.60 i month for 18 months including carrying charges. • Tha> iqur 18 g.llon electric *89 50 AMowcfK* for old Kr Cih pr Or, only $5.34 month for 18 month* including carrying charge,*. The L & H. Small Home Model A compact three burner electric with automatic oven *72.50 Allowance for old range 10.00 Cash price '62.50 Or, only $4.38 a month for 18 month* including carrying charges. t &f



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^Jewisti IFIonclli&n % com bini n9 THE JEWISH UNITY FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY 1 EAD." Children are expected to attend I these services. Price Fire Cent* Jewish News Around the World Theatrical Habimah to Erect $175,000 Theatre Tel Aviv—The Habimah theatrical organization has announced that it has secured the land for its own playhouse and that construc| tion would shortly begin on a | structure scheduled to cost $175,j 000. The corner stone will be laid i on April 2(5, with a celebration ; program which includes the prot duction of a great open air play and festival. It was made known today that an Habimah month is shortly to be proclaimed in Palestine, during which funds will be raised for the erection of the new theatre building. A typical Sader Cloth, used traditionally in the ohservance of the Sader nights, which contains three pockets for the MatlOfl used in the Sader ceremonial. Urge Action Against Germany The League of Nations was urged Wednesday night, April 10, in order to prevent a world war to apply economic sanctions against Germany as provided in the Covenant because of its "adoption of measures that steadily increase the probabilities of war in the near future," in a resolution presented by Samuel Untermyer to a capacity mass meeting in the New York Hippodrome, conducted under the joint auspices of the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League ,nd the American Federation of Labor. Mr. Untermyer's resolution was read to the throng by George Gordon Battle, who presided. The resolution charged Germany with the "consistent violation of its solemn contract obligations contained in the Covenant of the League of Nations," and called upon the League to continue the use of its economic sanctions, the boycott, until such time as the "German government shall have given binding guarantees to preserve the peace of the world and restore to its racial, religious and industrials minorities, those rights of which it has deprived them." Others who spoke at the meeting were Dr. Abba Hillel Silver of Cleveland, vice president of the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League; William Collins, New York State Representative and Organizer for the American Federation of Labor, Jr. Hadassah To Raise Funds NEW YORK.—The 200 units of Junior Hadassah, the Young Women's Zionist Organization of America, will devote the months of April, May and June to fundraising for their Palestinian projects. There are a model children's village at Meier Shfeyah, an orange grove at Pardess Anna used to train boys and girls in citrus farming, and the Hadassah Nurses' Training School in Jerusalem. Miss Pauline Englander and Miss Martha Loewenstein, both of Jersey City, N. J., are the national co-chairmen directing the fundraisng plan. They anticipate the raising of a large portion of the $48,000 needed for the Palestinian budget. "The work which we support in Palestine is most essential in solving the problem of integrating the youth into the life of the country," declares a joint statement by Miss Englander and Miss Loewenstein. "The children at Meier Shfeyah belong to the category of "underspeaking as the official representative of its president, William Green; Dr. Rowena Morse Mann, refugee and former professor of philosophy at the University of Jena; Dr. Harry Lee Franklin, executive director of the Chest for Liberation of Workers of Europe, and Mrs. Norman Bentwich of England. privileged." In our institution, situated on a large tract in the beautiful Hills of Judea, far from urban influences, they are given proper home care, a good education and training in trade or agriculture. Meier Shfeyah is helping in a measure to solve the German refugee problem. Thirteen German children now live at the homeschool, adjusting themselves to their new country, learning its language and way of life, becoming an integral part of its society. At Pardess Anna the graduates of Meier Shfeyah who wish to make farming their vocation receive expert advanced training in citrus growing. "The Hadassah Nurses' Training School, our third project, ranks among the best of its kind. The thorough training in theory and practice that the nurses receive at this school are regraded by nursing specialists as of exceptional quality. For these reasons the Hadassah nurses are in great demand in Palestine and nearby countries." The most recent membership figures of Junior Hadassah show an enrollment increase of 1,700 as compared with the enrollment during the same period a year ago. Children of the Jewish congregations in Miami and in Miami Beach will be excused from school on Passover only if they attend services at Synagogue or Temple and bring a note from their parents to that effect. Burial (iroup Dissolution Now Sought New Britain, Conn., members of the Chesed Shell Ameth, a nonprofit voluntary association for persons of Jewish extraction, are going to court to determine ways and means of dissolving the association, winding up its affairs and turning a $2,000 treasury over to some needy charity or worthy cause. Suit has been brought by George Koplowitz of this city and he names the following members as co-defendants with the association: Henry Finkelstein, Harry Gold, Jacob Jaffe, Harry Zevin, Max Zucker, Solomon Shurberg, Benjamin Goldberg, Nathan E. Mag, Louis Croll, Simon Lipman, Samuel Gwasdof, David Rachlin, Abraham Rivkin and Jacob Greenberg. All are elderly and prominent in the Jewish community. It is further alleged that a request has been made of Solomon Shurberg, president, asking him to call a meeting to wind up the associations affairs, but he has refused to do so. Mr. Koplowitz is seeking a final distribution of the funds snd asks that the association be legally dissolved. First Jewish Seamen's Union in History Formed HAIFA.—A new chapter in the age-old history of the Jewish people was written here when the first Jewish seamen's union of which there is record held its first meeting here. One hundred Jewish able seamen, stewards and other ships' hands enrolled in the union, which is the first concrete symbol of the reconquest in modern times of a profession which Jews followed in the days when the Phoenicians were masters of the sea. Soviet Fires Teachers Moscow—A number of instructors in the Jewish Teachers' seminaries in Stalindorf and New Witebsk were dismissed last week upon a sudden order from Moscow. No arrests were made among those dismissed. The teachers are charged with spreading Yiddishistic, nationalistic and Trotskyist ideas.



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H wrm p** i THE JEWISH FLORIDIAJi Thursday, April 17, 1935 pared for the Sabbath, and a tu THE MGMFKANtE ; ^ ur r MW thMe mrt icle—is recited Thii „, • jed from Paste 15; ... to be done before the h Passover Recipes ; t^ZSH TZT; Z SU partake "*"=*= ::=e ^ 1-2 teaapcca ;-e;p*r tan := the other. Place : a:: -- tsaspocB 1 ~gtr SCALLOPED MATZO *.-: r... a: :-•. := r.; Lke I taHeanaea "" r "n^-Bnb-TataWlta" of maUoh i. used mitead of bre^ BM Dra) into : r.r sc=p t -'Y^.. iMrfar athe fint two daya for obvious reasons. S HkH fan lerr.if '-" %  •J*" 1!::: !; ;~,t! p „„. of thil year are concerned 4 rr.ed.oa Aaai Bam** %  %  ** ~ ua "* ** ~— "Erobthe p*^* ceased, temporary. ushered in. On Passover piw The -Erub-Tabshilin" noiiday j, er a of matzoh i* used instead of 4 -ipi v.rcatc-es 1 teasp-x-n ia.t 1-4 teajpt-.i pe;p*T .p = Btatzo farfeJ 2 taMaapaaa* !-*-... tat itx Baal X tableapocti battaa i tgiGra baa M sJ-"•*• •** % %  I !*•• of '.zs.r. IMM MBaaaaaa. ." %  ta.t. pa B pet tad Raga*. Pu c-ret : fat the Baton a -.*rr.a-.e lay*** -f %  %  %  I i tea | M noai to act %  r.-.. aatxcs Dat tha taf 5:a<:i-f I ater f or f:T rr.a-.2-. *.-..the batter caver, ar,d %  .: bait .' hat % %  -— 'Joe-half %  • %  %  fa: at n QSJ -., mention the "Erob"".::.. :~:^:XL"l I %  xadeon FARFEL JfL'FFINS ral f V£afc th preparations f _..-^. i tt on the eve £ .--."%  ~r and bake iday. For thi. reason ---.ALM )KIES FBIE! MATZ 1-4 :-; .: ; tat r.oax :.. raga: >:: JEI EL BE .: .oaki and le ai articles preGREETINGS PASSOVER GREETINGS From MR. AND MRS. EMIL A. SCHOU To Their Many Jew:;h Friendi Beat ;.i '?? : %  ''-'-' %  Mke-harf tabteej i heat twc Ubiatpooi baasSJ: % %  % %  %  %  -' %  '' %  %  '-' %  .:'. iaan *' S -" f braah foor mata > %  %  m _. ..,_--. potato f ---" : : : 1 water .and ntixton -%  : • -' :r ARMOUR & CO. %  %  GREETINGS GREENLAWN SOLARIUM & CLINIC Physio-Therapists 66a S. W. 5th Ave. Ph. 2-033! Serve -'--%  : -' • : % %  %  •••' bath CHBEM5LACH : a-. for Eftaea %  :%  .--.. i • i -ar-.c.-; Sift "'-: natM ~''%  %  a of an 1 .MAI Z o.; %  • >ek w win %  '• nuxed a:: OM taa*l bopped almond -' %  %  • pinch of salt i r :-i -: ?? %  :^^r. a:: "4 itifflyeater • •' %  --: "•' %  : .^aand terre with ^r. laoec y.\Z-L/: : MEAL : FISHERMEN \: -:: %  : H K % %  r. M I.SE1 Free E b bit Open u Pn MIAMI TAXIDERMY CO. •JI s M:>.M: '.\£ PHONE i-*+: V. .:.:.— ?.-. SJ.ce 1313 B'-a-. • %  i st .in tw ,f matsofa rr.-ra heat a Ublespx n of Pi f re^etahVe ROBERT LAW WEED Architect JESSE P. MONTZ CE>KBAL CO--TRACTOB :-• Pint KMM Base r.. • f M -• I-I4M 1661 Alton Road MIAMI BEACH GREETING8 SIDE BOTTOM ICE CREAM CO. 733 N. W. S4th St. j MIAMI MONUMENT CO. INC. mif AVU GBaatra %  uosoLstm ? OWENS QUALITY POULTRY & EGG CO. rorcn iiucm FLOBIDA POULTST AND * • CUNNT sGHAMS Eiyrt t'h nd Jwlrf Rpirinr | 14 N. e. rm.-T AVF. i-iioNt. :-J2 | GREETINGS NO FINANCE CHARGES BOICB Of M CABS AT 1 >.< % %  H YOVR CHOICE OP 2J CAR •.-tEA-H III DOWK; $4 PSB WBB YOUR CHOICE OF U CARS ATtMEACB J. DOWXiliHiVBaj LEE JOHNS MOTOR CO. 611-639 N. W. 7th Ave. GREETINGS G. 0. REED. INC. Engineer* and Contractors 131", 20th Street MIAMI BEACH APT. TOM AND THE EMPLOYEES OF CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART Extend to their manj Jewish friends and patrons. sincere wishes for A HAPPY PASSOVER The Finest "f Fresh Sea Foods caught by our own boats daily at attractively low prices. All handled in observance of sanitary rules and regulations. BEST WISHES TO OCR JEWISH FRIENDS for •A FRAYLICHEN AND KOSHEREN PESACH" Do You Want a Loan? Whether to be for home modernization, or for any other purpose that may help solve your financial problem, see us. We Always Co-Operate THE MORRIS PLAN T HE MOR RIS PLAN S3F0F —— ~~ VINCENT R. BRICE, Manager 46 W. Flagler St.


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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 Brow-
ard counties, will again distribute
their products, such as milk, but-
ter, sour cream and other dairy
delicacies for their Jewish custo-
mers for Passover under strict
California Wine
Handled Locally
Friday morning
dav night at
8 o'clock, sermon,
Made by the Wine Industries,
Inc., of California, under the su-
pervision of Rabbi M. Hirsch of
the Beth Hamidrosh HaKodol of
Heralded by fanfare of nation-1 gan Francisco, Cal., pure <
wide praise and acclamation, the
sensationally successful production,
"One Night of Love," which serves
ma wine is being distributed lo-
cally under the name of "Migroco
Wines" by the Miami Whi
:.hv :r and SpnHual Freedom.
Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, r-
TimeA
Grocery Company at prices
which
Rabbinical supervision and with a as a starring vehicle for the al-
resident mashgiach at their dairy hjringly glamorous Grace Moore, pernm us^ \u]H,yy-l>u,u f R ,
during the entire Passover week. st;i(, Bcreen aml radio favorite. Machtei of the Radio Syna-
We appreciate the business and ^ Sun(,ay at the Tivoli Main,.,|. Port, to-
patronage of our Jewishcustomer- ^ ^^ wjnes ,,
given us during the entire year, ...,..urth are
Fogg. Jr., general The film play presents an en- twenty per cent
"Spring l.m-- Le"
Yrom Nature." The religious
SSl will participate in all these
Bervice. by assisting the congre.
tion in ringing the traditional
Llodies of the ritual, rhe nn
synagogue will be elaborately dec-
, Mr. Hyman -Jacobs and
Mr. Gelman.
Thomas Dairy to
Have Supervision
said Mr. E. Q.
manager of the company, "and trancingly novel blend of romance
though it means an ad.led cost, comedy, music, drama and exotic
which we do not charge the cus- settings. It concerns itself with
tomer, we are more than happy to the operatic aspirations of an am-
be of Bervice to our Jewish pa-
being Bold, which insun- that their
alcoholic content will prevent sou
bitious, carefree young midwcsl-
ern girl who travels to Italy to
study voice culture with the prize
times, including money won in a local radio voice
are grateful to have contest. There she meets a gay
si ivi.es of the lead- young American blade with a for-
trons. We feel it is our duty to
provide them with our splendid
products at
Passover. W
obtained the
all
big and spoilage, as occurs
wines of less alcoholic content.
St. Petersburg
In order to "iany
h customers and pi de for
during the Passover
,-ith holiday-, the W. II. Thomas Dairy
and >th St.
produce milk.
cream and -our
. pass.
undei the supervision
of
tag Rabbis of this area, including tune in the bank and romance in
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Rabbi Julius his heart, and also a charming deb-
Washer and Rabbi David I. Ros-
enbloom, to direct the religious de-
tail- connected with Passover prod-
uct -. SO that even the mOf I Ol
servant can use our deliciou and
healthful dairy product ."
Orange Wine
Made in Florida
onair music teacher, portrayed by
Tullio Carminati.
"Happiness Ahead," the new
comedy romance, comes to the Sev-
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,
to which several catchy musical
---------- numbers are added.
Establishing a reputation for the "Happiness Ahead" i- a sort of
excell. rodud within a Cinderella story in reverse, al-
short time, the Baker Products Co. though the path of young love is
of Orlando. Fla.. producer- of the anything but smooth, which fur-
famous "Chevron D'Or" orange nishes both comedy and drama.
wine, to meet I he demands of the
Jewish public of Florida, engaged
the services of Rabbi Wolf Witter
stein of Paterson, N. J., and Or-
lando, Fla., t<> supervise the pro-
duction and bottling of the orange
vine for Passover use. Made of
pure oranges by a Becret process
developed by the company's staff,
because of its natural citric acil
content, has a fine alkaline reac-
t: n. which, is beneficial to the sys-
tem and haves no ill after effects,
who desire to use the wine
i Julius Washer of the Miami
Friday night services of Congre- ^ Q ]jiiX Congregation.
gation B'nai Israel begin at wi,|hn, ,-;,.;. an old-time resi-
o'clock. Rabbi Alexander S. Kle n ^ m] ^ ,i(.I|Vl. (.ommun;il
feld will preach on "Preparation ,g ^ I.isn,rla,h
for the Festival Passover." Sat-
urday morn ng Bervices begin at 9
o'clock. Passover service- begin
Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock.
Immediately after the
public sader will be held at the
synagogue under th.- auspici
the Ladies Auxiliary and Aid So-
ciety. The public i- urged to
make reservations immediately.
Thursday morning Bervices at ;
o'clock, when the Rabbi will speak
on "Individual and National Free
dom." Thursday night at 7 0*C
. Ral Washer to be
the milking and manu-
of the dairj i The
op, rated by W. 11.
Thomas, who has been in the dairy
n e 1917 an I
ii Mr. Henry C.
ner since 1924. They will
be enabled to supply their
customers with th fin< st of fresh
b itter, Eoi which they have
i i a reputation, and to
, ':. ii- other rich products to
their clientele.
may obtain it by asking for the
Chevron D'Or at any of
'i.ling .-tores in Florida or
ma) obtain it from the Raker
Products Co. at Orlando, Fla.
AMBULANCE SEBVICB
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FRANCIS AHERN, Pros.
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Telephone 1-1111
At All Good Stores
Ask for NEW YORK BREAD
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nosb *ws
For Passover I se
: ler the Su i of
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Friday, April 12, 1935
'SPRING
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Send a Torgsin Order
to your relatives in the
U.S.S.R. Torgsin Stores are
located in the larger cities
of the Soviet Union and car-
ry about 15,000 different I
domestic and imported or-1
tides of high quality.
Prices compare favor- \
ably with those in
America

For Torgsin orders
oc your local bank
or authorized agent
ORGSIN
General Representative in U.SA|
at Amtorg261 Fifth Ave., N
Torgsin Orders May Be <>l>taiiM|
at the American Express Co.. w>\
E. Flagler St.
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Thursday, April 1• ,; TB.9 r_i* ftabio -^unaaoa bulletin • .. M "Vour Hea %  % %  ft GREETINGS Mathews Truck Lines 259 N. W. 4th St. I'hone 3-1755 — %  %  i • %  f %  UtSfl i %  1 i • • t* %  1 %  %  fi" %  %  %  %  %  i %  :-. i 1 -. -• • %  %  a." %  X %  %  %  %  %  • i • • i %  • %  i: %  %  • • :-. -1 .... .:. mate %  | ." ..'i •. •' PASSOVER GREETINGS FRANK VAN D'ELDEN < ertified Public Accountant Florida National Bank Hide. MIAMI. PLA. • %  7* that y j %  :. it y ra; :^. .. A Bat Ma -" ? %  fe %  % %  %  > ,_- -%  %  is a toaat to you— HAROClVS GARAGE kik-Wa> Marhin r> Scientific Axle and Wheel Ahcninf 1 57 N. E. 20th St. Phone :-35S8 Nile M.'M : %  :..u ;-.* few •' I %  /* Rjanotu to itre&ge t may % %  •'% %  Maimonidei •••*•: %  %  '•* %  inderstand. %  • %  .>*./ i e • • I | .•• • • .i -./•.Jet tend -/ -' '' iaai '.-,,• % %  -.. fur** : %  -: -' %  % %  ::--••. M •-.•* -.-. a .-':.•.-.: .f .• -. *.>^..'.' t..:*-.,: %  si.\ i:.:-.' %  -.%: %  ,-> %  ::.-. v. v.* r..-.:r •av.-.-.ii w He ,. .„ 1 h ^r.":: ••'.*.-. UM ift H > Lh \;./' :>-.-•..*•> i>:r tr: .. i UM bran ;.<••go, tr.it the toaffi an paanrc :. nj !>resthin that %  f •' rapaad aor % %  .-: %  -. %  bat that *r^ • hym i-i i-.t •..•. expend and contra ... ; *-. •->• ;.-•-• .' r.halat nd exhalatjon the •...'chaafiac *•• (Um'/am thou • toowiadfe of tl %  i % %  %  %  i • • reari *?-proclaim* er.h ao -.. %  .•--*. and moat be tr^at^'j rding •;• .,• • may fit one rr %  ;• A r, •; Ins of imn mitj He lUtad that person bo r*: recovered f mijd atta/.k of a diaeaae aoh an %  '• < %  '* attack of the %  • > Moden trotherapy and raee.mv tion i baaed %  ti • principle Hii aritingi rereal that be took the pule* %  • nil patienu and kn*a the 'aloe of U a3U-lic tonei He furthei arranged table of pulae r-fcati accordir.-; to if* and %  > %  % %  % % % % % %  • % %  %  :•% %  %  %  %  %  report that ha *'-*-yz' iton n ne and fecea Thi arai 750 yean •so. He searched the Brine for ediment pot Mood, land, rtonea, and •pithell JKI. Reven hundred yean before Ehrlicb, the Rambam wrote thi t %  liteaae attacki the riu/r.&r, body, the human tyitem creatta an •ntibodj to defend itaaif. And onlj recentlj n dern medi .ne has diacoverad that the pu which found in wound I : •-• wbita ",rpu %  :< % %  the dead bodiei of brave aoldien who gave their all in the fight against tba Invading bacteria army. The Rambam knew thia mosa than 700 yean ag'.. With all hii scientific knowledge, Maimonidei realised that true healing come from God; that thi physician is merely God'i agent, j lr, hii "Phyaician'i Prayer," he %  had, among other things, ". that 5 I may heal pooi and rich, rigl i %  and vicked, friend ar.d foe -that ^ I i,.not coni i ed in theorie that my patient have confidence in = me and obey me Drive away from the bedside of the patient all = i;,i ,. p hy ician cranl loo clevei relative and overly imart nurses. E Give me patience when my eolleagoei Insult me, or when they give ; me foolish advice help me to protect Thy creatures ." These were the thoughts which were uppcrmoat In the mind of the great physician E when he examined a pati.nt. Ha wa humble and God-loving, torn5 passionate towards all. Were ha alive today, Maimonidei would be = clasM-d among the great, the world-renowned clinical professon, de5 pit thing You Want" %  //. %  "We H-.e Anything You Want" .;, F',jid:rjr Sites of all kind-, hotel-, apartment houses, residence-. Wsterfront estate* GREETINGS FLORIDA PLATING 42 S. W. First St. I'hone 2-2955 CO. J. A. MASSIE Safe, l.un and Lock Works 2J8 Weat Flader 81. Phone l-TBfl Automobile Lock Specialist" NICHOLSON PAINT CO. PAINTING • DECORATING WATERPROOFING Color Grinders Paint Grinders "REST EQUIPPED SHOP IN THE SOUTH" 21 Alton Road. Miami Beach Phone 5-1479 JEWISH SALESMAN WANTED Tha Pcnn Mutual Life Insurance Company of Philadelphia can use a hiirh grade man between the "f SO nnd 45 yeara. Must show i •ct-ssful background, good references and make a good appearance. Commission basis entirely. A free training course in life insurance investments will place the proper man in a position to earn a highly satisfactory income. Phone Krling E. Avars. District Manager. 2-3200. for appointment, 507 lngraham Building. Miami. i ,,,,IM I 1111 wnmim i iiiiiinii iimimimii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiii m ""'i HIRSCH-FAUTH, INC. Exclusive Furniture INTERIOR DECORATORS AND IMPORTERS Biscayne Blvd. at Fourteenth Ter. I MIAMI, FLORIDA 1 | Phone 2-5641 %  "" %  """ ""••• %  ••"•••"iiiiiiiiMiiuiniiuiiiniii. in i „„„„„,, „„„„„„ „„ HIIHJ



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I'ajri1 THE JEWISH PLOBIDIAN Thursday, April 17. jgj. A picnic of Both Jacob Sunday School was held at the Sunny Isles Casino last Sunday afternoon under the direction of Beth Jacob Sisterhood with Mrs. Harry Z. Silverman, president, in charge. (lanes were played and refreshments were served. • • The annual election of officers 'or the Ladies' Auxiliary of the lewish Welfare Bureau was held as) Monday afternoon at the Mark's Store. .Mrs. Bertha B. Levy, hairman of the nominating 10mmittee, presided. Officers chosen to lerve for the coming year are Meslames II. I. lloma, president; Mark Max, first vice president; .Martin Raff, second vice president; L. J. Ilari/., third vice president; Julius Simpson, recording secretary; Ida Optner, corresponding secretary; Stanley C. Myers, financial secretary; Henry Bulbin. treasurer, and R, R. Adler, auditor. Installation of the officers will be held at a formal luncheon on Monday. May 20th with Mrs. Rose Miles in charge of the committee of arrangements. • • • The Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau is sponsoring a musicale at Mazica Hall next Tuesday afternoon. April 30th from 4 to 5 p. m. for which tickets may be purchased from Mrs. Bertha B. Levy, chairman of the arrangements committee. Admission will be by ticket only which must be purchased prior to the event. Proceeds will be used for the relief work of the organization. • • m The Council of Jewish Women will have a public speaking class at 2:30 Friday at the home of Mrs. Charles Greenfield. 2385 S. W. Twenty-third terrace. The organization will give an installation luncheon April 26 at the Pan American airport restaurant, for which reservations may be made with Mrs. Lewis Rothlein. Junior Council of Jewish Women has appointed Miss Lee Kasanoff GREETINGS WALTERSON BODY WORKS. INC. Body, Fender Work. Dueo Fainting 1135 N. Miami Ave. chairman of the nomination committee, with Mrs. Jack Levine and Miss Bernice Loeb assisting. The slate will be presented on May 7, when there will be a luncheon given for the officers. Mrs. Jake Wernikoff, 36 S. W. Ninth avenue, is in charge of the installation banquet and reservations are to be made with her. A membership party has been planned for April SO, with Miss Kasanoff in charge, assisted byMiss Gertrude Rapaport, Mrs. Wernikoff and Mrs. I/evine. There was an open meeting at 8:30 p. m. in Beth David Talmud Torah Tuesday night. Miss [da Weinstein presided and a report on the orphanage project was made by Miss Natalie Weinstein. • • The installation luncheon of the Sisterhood of Temple Israel will take place at 12:30 p. m., May '•, at the Strath-Haven Hotel. Mrs. Frank Coret is chairman of arrangements, assisted by Mrs. Mark Max. Mrs. Samuel Gurss, Mrs. Joseph A. Bichter, Mrs. Tobias Simon, Mrs. Gordon Davis, Airs. Morris Sapero, Mrs. Maxwell 11 \ 111:111 and Mrs. Henry Sprjntz. Mrs. E. Max Goldstein will serve as toastmaster. Reservations may be made with the committee or direct with the hotel. The event is the outstanding social event of the year for the sisterhood. • • %  Mrs. Esther Alexander of New York City is visiting her son, Chester Alexander of this city. Jeannct'tc and John Kronenfeld, children of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kronenfeld of 'ill N. W. Thirty < street, gave a party recently residence. Their guests %  < % % %  Helen Simon, Helen Schiff, I Auslander, Lillian Kclni.m, Engler. l'earl Thomas. E Winer, Gertrude Edelson, Wolkowsky, Bernard and Rob Miller, Peritz Scheinberg, Roy Mechlowitz, Melvin Weinkle, Her man Rubin and Robert Levin. • • Misa Edith Myers of B Md., h" was the gui aunt and uncle, Mr. and U x %  than Adelman, returnc home this week. • • • Mr-. M. St( field, Mass.. who spi nt the %  •• season in Miami aa the guesl her daughter, Mrs. Diana A son, returned to Saturday night. Mrs. J. M. Lyon :' Hagersl >wn, Md.. who waa the house gut I li8ter and brother-in-law, Mr. | Freedom. The sermon will d r Nathan Adelman, for the with the Feast of P. Mover £ several months, returned to also will be prayers, music, 8crip tore reading, and a M u ( , fcte tay M IAMI — %  % %  — J— TAMPA ORLANDO JACKSONVILLE WEST PALM BEACH LAKELAND to your RELATIVES ond FRIENDS in the c / (RUSSIA) OCUCl a TORGSIN ORDER to your relatives and friends in the Soviet Union. Torgsin Stores are located in every larger city of the U.S.S.R. and carry about 15,000 different domestic and imported articles of high quality; CLOTHING, shoes, rubbers, shirts; FLOUR, sugar, coQee, and other FOOD STUFFS; household goods, tOr baccos, etc. PRICES COMPARE FAVORABLY. WITH • JH££UU.AMHH€* To places where there are no Torgsin stores the merchandise is mailed by parcel post. • For Torgsin orders see your local bank or authorized agent -**""" R P"'nUtlT. I. U.S.*. at Amtori-MI Fifth M* % 



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Thursday, April 18, 1935 Tampa Notes The marriage of Miss Barbara Hose Seckbach and Mr. Donald K. Fine took place Sunday evening, April 7th, at Temple Schaarai Zedeki with Rabbi David Zielonka ifficiating. Miss Seckbach was given in mar%  .age by her father, Gustave Martin Seckbach, her attendants were Mrs. Herbert J. Clonick of Chicago, as matron of honor; Miss Elsa Wasserman of St. Petersburg, and Miss Lucile Rosenberg of Tampa as bridesmaids. Little Maul ie Wolf acted as flower girl. Julius Fine was best man and groomsmen were Clifford Fine and Mitchell Needles. Martin Seckbach Jr., Ernest Maas, Jr. and F.dward Byck acted as ushers. Immediately after the ceremony a recption was held at the resilence of the bride's parents for member! of the immediate families, relatives and a few close Friends. Later the bridal couple left for a wedding trip to New York, Washington, and Atlantic City. They will reside in Toledo. THB JIW1IH FLOMDIAN berg, Miss Jerry Rosenberg, Miss Helen Aronovitz, Miss Dena Peekett. Miss Clarice Steinberg, and Miss Henrietta Waterman. A floor show will be presented under the direction of Mrs. Lucien Bryon and the "Darktown Strutters" will offer special entertainment during the evening. Sol Fleischman will act as master of ceremonies and Sam Verkauf, popular radio singer, will be heard in vocal solos. Miss Henrietta Waterman is in charge of arrangements; Miss Clarice Steinberg, ticket sales; and Miss Ruth Salsbury, patrons' list. Page 18 Greenberg. Many Orlando families will have joint Passover ceremonies this year. It is hoped that all Orlando families will participate in Passover Seders. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Lefcowltl of Winston-Salem, N. C, are spending their honeymoon in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Lefcowitz stopped in Orlando en route to Miami for a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. M. Lefcowitz. Mr. Sam Feinberg is in Tallahassee attending the legislature this week. Mr. R. Millbr j>f Jacksonville spent Monday in Orlando. Mi. and Mis. G. Safer and Mr. and Mrs. M. Schneider of Wauchula wcic the guests of Rabbi ami Mrs. B. Safer Sunday. ferty which forbids the "spreading of propaganda inciting to religious or racial hatred." The bill was approved in the Senate by a vote of 14 to 1. It had passed the Assembly with only one dissenting vote. The same bill was approved in the Assembly last year but was killed in a Senate committee. Directed primarily against Nazi activities, which have been widespread in New Jersey, the Rafferty law makes it a misdemeanor to disseminate propaganda tending to incite race, color or creed hatreds, and fixes as the penalty a jail sentence of ninety days to three years, fine of 3200 to $5,000, or both. The measure is so phrased that it applies not only to speakers who may violate the law but also to owners of halls and auditoriums and to publications which may be used to circulate or promote the forbidden propaganda. The bill was heatedly debated in committee because some senators felt it was a violation of the rights of free speech and assembly, but these critics were finally won over when it was pointed out that the law merely gave the force of legal sanction to principles of racial anj religious freedom in the United 1 States Constitution and guaranteed their protection. Orlando Notes Mr. II. Fcldman has returned to New York after a visit here with Rabbi and Mr. B. Safer. The kiddie movie sponsored intly by the Tampa Woman's Club and the Jr. Maccabees, was held recently and Leonard Gotler, ion of Mr. and Mrs. P. Gotler, was selected as the handsomest boy. Gloria Bokor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Bokor, was selected as the must attractive brunette. The 101 Club featured a straw ride recently. Mr. and Mrs. L. Kamenoff chaperoned. The club motored out to San Lando Springs, where BUPper was served. Among those present on the ride were: Willie [feberman, Martin Levy, Si Wolfe, Abe and Jack Kamenoff, Sigmund Zigoren, Pearlie Safer, Henrietta and Mickey Harris, Gertrude Haimowitz, Dorothy Baker and Irene Bravcrman. Seven girls were announced recently at a meeting of the Tampa section, National Council of Jewish Women Jrs. as members of a dance chorus for a cabaret to be presented at the Tampa Yacht and Country Club April 25th. They are Miss Lucille RosenMiss Ruth F.sta Rosen is spending the Passover holidays here. Miss Rosen is a student at Tallahassee. Mrs. B. Greenberg, Mrs. D. Hillman and Mrs. Rosen were hostesses recently at a Sisterhood bridge given in the home of Mrs. ELLA MAY SCHOOL OF THE DANCE TOE, BALLET, TAP, ACROBATIC Nebraska and Buffalo M. (16-812 Residence 1129-814 TAMPA. FLA. PASSOVER GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends SHEARMAN CONCRETE PIPE CO. Manufacturers of PLAIN AND REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE General Office, Knoxville, Tenn. Branch Offices and Plants: Atlanta, (la.; Montgomery, Ala.; Jacksonville. Fla.; Tampa, Fla.; Chattanooga, Tenn.; Nashville, Tenn. Season's Greetings to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons ... 5*—d(i TAMPA, FLORIDA Morton Levy, Martin Segal. My er Sigal, Joel and Sidney Baker spent the week-end in Orlando. Misses Henrietta and Mickey Harris entertained Friday night. The Misses Harris had among their guests the boys home for the spring holidays from Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. H. Roth plan to have their entile family home for the Passover. Mr. John Patosky i>f Dayton, Ohio, is spending a few days here. Mr. Patosky owns extensive fruit groves here. Outlaw Anti-Semitism TRENTON, N. J.—New Jersey became the first state in the Union to outlaw anti-Semitic propaganda by special legislation when the senate passed and Governor Harold Hoffman signed bill number 257, fathered by Minority leader Rafllllllllllllllll Illlllllllllll Best Wishes for a Pleasant PASSOVER DR. R. W. APPLEGATE VETERINARIAN 200 Morgan St. Phone 2830 TAMPA. FLA. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim III Minimi minium i,. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiniiiii SEASON'S GREETINGS To All of Our Jewish Friends and Patrons JACK'S COOKIES TAMPA, FLA. "Good for You—For the Kiddies, Too" Passover Greetings to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons TROPICAL SPRING WATER COMPANY .Mineral Water From Nature's Laboratory 927 Feet Deep TAMPA. FLORIDA Florida State Board of Health Permit No. 70 "Nothing Added. Nothing Taken From" Passover Greetings to Our Jewish Friends and Patrons INDEPENDENT ICE AND COLD STORAGE CO. Carmen and Albany Avenue Phone H-3638 TAMPA. FLA. To our thousands of Jewish friends we extend best wishes for a PLEASANT PASSOVER MAAS BROTHERS TAMPA. FLORIDA -We'll Rest Our Case on Your Test of a Case' DRINK IT'S GOOD BEER SOITHERN RREWING CO.. TAMPA mmiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii



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Page THE JEWISH PLOWMAN Thursday, April 17 ^ stuff day." SOCIETY T „ headed by Tillie MoskowiU, while third desrree Jr. FrOgreSSlVe the Athletic Committee is >n The gefamat:on work will be undertaker, and where a Bnai Bri:h Lodge is in active existence, their co-operation PAS-> '\ ER ander Johnson, as teacher of the Married Folks' Friendly Class at the Boston Avenue Methodist Church, General Johnson described the crown of thorns placed on Jesus' brow as "just the police ^iiiiiniii iiiiiiiiiiin Il(|| jj]jj GREETINGS TERRY 1 INSURANCE AGENCV 5 ciple of the humane and Intellectual | ^ Bigcayne ^ • Jewish law." P* 1 ""' '-8778 11111 %  i %  %  %  i %  111 ilium, jjiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin the Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society by distributing baskets of food among the Jewish needy of the community for the Passover. At the present time attention is being focused on the establishment of a scholarship award for a deserving Jewish boy or girl in order that he or she may be rendered aid to complete a higher education where it would be impossible for them to do so otherwise. At the helm of the organization is President Edward Carnot, a young business man. He is being assisted by Murry Glickstein, as vice president; Ruth Lipson as secretary; Harry Goldberg, as treasurer, and Bernie Moskowitt, as sergeant-a:-arms. It is the concensus of opinion that this organization has the largest membership of any club of its kind. Raymond Brice is membership chairman. The social activities of the Society under the leadership of Miriam Carlton, chairman of the entertainment committee, and Gertrude Liebermann. chairman of the soc.al committee. The educational commitee HIHIIIIIil 1111111 111111 || GREETINGS DUNLOP = TIRE & RUBBER CO. = til W. Flagler St. 5 Phone 3-2200 S X'l HI tlllllllllllHi || r „ m. i GREETINGS Dep*4blt riamblaf Filtarn HENRY FLATTERY PLUMBING CONTRACTOR Phon* Edf.waUr 1J4 7131 N. W. 2n Court Septic Tank, installed and repaired. ,11 makes. Lir,.ed to operate in I Miami and at Miami Beach. annul in i miiiimiiiiim mil n """. %  CARLEY J. SMITH TRANSFER GREETINGS NEHI BOTTLING CO. \\ 540 N. W. 21th St. nmiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin GREETINGS To Our Pi nds on • MR. AND MRS. LOUS (POP) GERSON GREETINGS RING & MAHONY t'ertified Public Accountant.* Biscayne Bldg. MIAMI. FLA. We Extend You a Cordial Invitation to Inspect Our New and Modern Plant 500 N. W. FIFTH ST. COMPLETE STOCKS Of New and Used Galvanized and Black Pipe, and Fittings Machinery and Equipment Structural Steel Electrical Conduit Plumbing Supplies A & B PIPE AND METAL CO. Known for PRICK QUALITY SERVICE Corner of Fifth St. and Fifth Ave„ N. \\. Phone 3*1855 No Bent Backs! No Sore Knee* I You simply dip the spplicstof io* Varnish -and in 8 nnnutej, age floor is finished The-, g Imoleumcanhekeptc!. n**'S scrubbing because on <".** n HT surface, dirt doesn't grin I in n ~ mop will keep floor clc.ii. Hot water or greae d eso'l • !C[ this Varnish. Makes > n floor j 100', better. See the InirodHOT Offer at your dealer" store INTRODUCTORY CFFEP Clidc'cn Speccc!-um Quart I-0 ill Applicator *' Regular Prire OCR PRK'F 1>3) V PAYMtNT* AS LOVVA* $5P 5 p[R MONT*


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Thursday, April Page 10 "One Only Kid" At the very end of the Seder service comes the best fun of all, the singing of that interesting old nursery rhyme, "Had Gadya"—or "An Only Kid." It is written in Aramaic.—a kind of Hebrew that MM widely used throughout Western Asia. Today you can sing it in the Knglish translation. Naturally, it reminds you of "The House that Jack Built." (In most languages there are songs like "The House that Jack Built.") Many learned men believe that "Had Gadya" was always more than a children's song They think that the simple lines have ;i very bin meaning. Books have been written to interpret the series of events begun with daddy's purchase of "one only kid." The favorite interpretation of the song is that the only kid represents the people of Israel. The father who bought the kid is God, the two pieces of gold with which he made the purchase are Moses and Aaron, for it was through them that God redeemed Israel from Egypt. The animals and objects that come upon the scene now are the different oppressors from whom Israel suffered in the course of its long history. The cat is Assyria, the cruel empire that deported the ten tribes of Israel. The dog is Babylonia, conqueror of Assyria. It was the Babylonians that brdUghOabout the first exile of Judah, and the first destruction of the Temple at SKAGSETH STATIONERY CO.. Inc. Everything tor the Office Cor. 1st Ave. and 1st St.. N. E. MIAMI. FLA. Jerusalem. The stick stands for Persia, the conqueror of Babylonia; the fire for the Greek armies, which under Alexander the Great, conquered Persia. The water stands for Rome, which mastered the entire world and brought about the second destruction of the Temple and the final scattering of Israel. The ox represents the Saracens, who, after the Roman Empire fell apart, seized Palestine. By the slaughterer is meant the Crusaders, who robbed and massacred Jews while on the march to the Holy Land. The Angel of Death is the Turk, who later gained possession of it. Then comes the •Holy One, blessed be He!"—God —who in his justice, punishes the persecutors and redeems Israel. It is said that one reason why the Arabs joined with the Allies in fighting to free Palestine from the Turks, was that the British general's name—"Allenby"—meant in their language "Allah nebi"— the "Prophet of God!" So the nursery rhyme turns out to be a riddle, and when you solve that, the answer is a review of history! Take out your Haggada, read carefully the story of "One Only Kid," and see how well the meaning fits in. Will Use SweepstakeWinning to Endow Synagogue ,„ then with suggestions as to ,U .0 spend their money. White h ; G olds P have not yet gotten their money, they intend to use it for ^education of their three-year,, d on. Murray, to establish a new busines. and to ondow .•>["•NEW YORK. Mr.andMrs.Ba Gold, the young Jewish couple who H • ^ ^ fath( r in _, aw won one of the two prizes of $14.1,g B ^ syrlB gogue shanius, prayed 000 on the Irish Hospital Sweep ^ b(fore tJw race was stakes which went to Americans, ^ ^ hi3 job as a will use part of their winmng. bi run^ ^ ^ Foland in S£d 't^S**** e.: ,„„„,,,„„ „„;,........... %  = cape a mob of salesmen, inventors, | cranks and other nudnil i = = 1921. ORBBTING8 THE DIXIE MOSAIC TILE CO. Ceramic ^J^r. w .„ %  replace Til,. Marble and Terrain UFrlCE 1100 8. \\. ,.*,"... l'hune I-4t}4 GREETINGS H. N. HENRY Real Estate Win. Perm Hotel 7 in \\ ashington ive. HI \MI lil M II Phones 5-21525-3301 LVGS SISTRUNK, INC. of VENETIAN BLINDS Dresni'd i„ Order Pineal Qnalll) FAIBVIEW POULTRY & EGG MARKET Repeal Orders Our ft l'hune Kvcritrecn Mil 3659 S. W. Hth SI. STEWART ELECTRIC'CO. Mi mbi i ONKTKI i TION REPAIRS M 11 U \ HONK 618 s. w. nth ve. l'hune 2-5300 GREETINGS ALLDRITT ELECTRIC CO. .127 N. W. Firsl Ave. l'hune 2-7815 ^illllllllllllllllllllliilllllMimiiliiii.! E GREETINGS i RUCK'S 5 TOR & BODY WORKS = TOP and Metal Work Dueo Work = 1.121 N. E. SECOND AVKM'K I'hnne 2-0fi.',n rTiMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlr j GREETINGS CECIL'S IRON AND BODY WORKS 23 N. E. Sixth Street GREETINGS DR. L. F. BLALOCK Congress Hldg. Phone 2-7U2 .11 I (oral Way r .. ..MI iii.i ; miiuiuiinii" HENRYS M TO PARTB CO. HKNRl SHIER Prop. H reckei Service I |;|.I Dl I IVKKV I ftmionnbli 519 V \\. :trd Ave. Phone I-UH Site Phone I-1SW j'lllllllllllMI I'lllllMilllllllll IffiS = GREETINGS | | SPANISH VILLAGE | PHARMACY E 1441 Washington Ave. | giiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiK'i fi.;iiimiiiiitiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii n;ii~ I GREETINGS = | GEO. W. PEACE & CO. = — ,,f — E Mlllwork Farnlture Piitnrea S I'D N. W. :i 11h ST. — Pkanc J -'.M ^llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMllllllll" .llllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllHIIIIIIIIIL %  FREE SHOP ESTIMATE : ; ef Repair* In Aii> Radin. 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# € Jewish Fiaridli&m com bini ng THE JEWISH UNITY FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY Vol. 8—No. 16 MIAMI, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. APRIL 18, 1935 Pries Five CeaU Announcements HKTH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 139 S. W. Third Ave. MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Services Thursday morning will u-hered in at 8 a.m. when the Rabbi will preach on "Israel's Present Day Redemption." Friday morning the Rabbi will preach on The Ever Living Past." Saturday morning the Rabbi will preach on "Israel's Song of Songs." Cantor Nathan Wroobel will chant the holiday services. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) 111 Washington Ave., Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBI.OOM. Rabbi Passover services Thursday morning will hear the rabbi preach on "Freedom and Its Prerogatives," and will begin at 8 A. M. Thursday evening services begin at 6 1'. M. Friday morning services begin at 8 A. M. when the rabbi will preach on "A Message of Elijah." Saturday morning the rabbi will preach on "Dry Bones." Cantor Boris Schlchman will chant the services. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1545 S. W. Third! Street JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi Passover services Thursday morning will begin at 9 A. M., when the rabbi will preach on "Passover ... A Recurrent Event in Jewish History." Friday morning the rabbi will preach on "Passover ... A Parent-Children's Festival." Saturday morning the :abbi will preach in Yiddish. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. E. Nineteenth St. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi Both the Catholic and Protestant ehurches have issued a call asking that all churches join in prayer for ; eace. The president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis is 1 ailing on all Jewish congregations i offer a special prayer for peace • uring the Passover service. A ipecial prayer for peace, therefore, nil be offered during the morning ervicea at Temple Israel. On Thursday morning, April 18th, at 11 o'clock Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will speak on the subject entitled, "TAKE YOUR STAND." "n Friday evening, April 19th, at 8:15 o'clock, he will deal with the subject, "THE FOREIGN ELEMENT IN EGYPT." His Saturday morning lecture is called "WHO IS GOING WITH ME?" On Tuesday evening, April 23rd, Dr. Kaplan's subject will be "UNATTAINABLE IDEALS." On Wednesday morning, Apri 24th, after the Yiskor service, Dr. Kaplan wil speak on the subject "REMEMBERING THE DEAD." Children are expected to attend these services. A typical Sader (loth, used traditionally in the observance of the Sader nights, which contains three pockets for the Matzos used in the Sader ceremonial. Jewish News Around the World Theatrical Habimah to Erect $175,000 Theatre Tel Aviv—The Habimah theatrical organization has announced that it has secured the land for its own playhouse and that construction would shortly begin on s structure scheduled to cost $175,000. The corner stone will be laid on April 20, with a celebration program which includes the production of a great open air play and festival. It was made known today that an Habimah month is shortly to be proclaimed in Palestine, during which funds will bo raised for the erection of the new theatre building. Urge Action Against Germany The League of Nations was urged Wednesday night, April 10, in order to prevent a world war to apply economic sanctions against Germany as provided in the Covenant because of its "adoption of measures that steadily increase the probabilities of war in the near future," in a resolution presented by Samuel Untermyer to a capacity mass meeting in the New York Hippodrome, conducted under the joint auspices of the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League and the American Federation of L*bor. Mr. Untermyer's resolution was read to the throng by George Gordon Battle, who presided. The resolution charged Germany with the "consistent violation of its solemn contract obligations contained in the Covenant of the League of Nations," and called upon the League to continue the use of its economic sanctions, the boycott, until such time as the "German government shall have given binding guarantees to preserve the peace of the world and restore to its racial, religious and industrials minorities, those rights of which it has deprived them." Others who spoke at the meeting were Dr. Abba Hillel Silver of Cleveland, vice president of the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League; William Collins, New York State Representative and Organizer for the American Federation of Labor, Jr. Hadassah To Raise Funds NEW YORK.—The 200 units of Junior Hadassah, the Young Women's Zionist Organization of America, will devote the months of April, May and June to fundraising for their Palestinian projects. There are a model children's village at Meier Shfeyah, an orange grove at Pardess Anna used to train boys and girls in citrus farming, and the Hadassah Nursis' Training School in Jerusalem. Miss Pauline Englander and Miss Martha Loewenstein, both of Jersey City, N. J., are the national co-chairmen directing the fundraisng plan. They anticipate the raising of a large portion of the $48,000 needed for the Palestinian budget. "The work which we support in Palestine is most essential in solving the problem of integrating the youth into the life of the country," declares a joint statement by Miss Englander and Miss Loewenstein. "The children at Meier Shfeyah belong to the category of "underspeaking as the official representative of its president, William Green; Dr. Rowena Morse Mann, refugee and former professor of philosophy at the University of Jena; Dr. Harry Lee Franklin, executive director of the Chest for Liberation of Workers of Europe, and Mrs. Norman Bentwich of England. privileged." In our institution, situated on a large tract in the beautiful Hills of Judea, far from urban influences, they are given proper home care, a good education and training in trade or agriculture. Meier Shfeyah is helping in a measure to solve the German refugee problem. Thirteen German children now live at the homeschool, adjusting themselves to their new country, learning its language and way of life, becoming an integral part of its society. At Pardess Anna the graduates of Meier Shfeyah who wish to make farming their vocation receive expert advanced training in citrus growing. "The Hadassah Nurses' Training School, our third project, ranks among the best of its kind. The thorough training in theory and practice that the nurses receive at this school are regraded by nursing specialists as of exceptional quality. For these reasons the Hadassah nurses are in great demand in Palestine and nearby countries." The most recent membership figures of Junior Hadassah show an enrollment increase of 1,700 as compared with the enrollment during the same period a year ago. Children of the Jewish congregations in Miami and in Miami Beach will be excused from school on Passover only if they attend services at Synagogue or Temple and bring a note from their parents to that effect. Burial <;roup Dissolution Now Sought New Britain, Conn., members of the Chesed Shell Ameth, a nonprofit voluntary association for persons of Jewish extraction, are going to court to determine ways and means of dissolving the association, winding up its affairs and turning a $2,000 treasury over to some needy charity or worthy cause. Suit has been brought by George Koplowitz of this city and he names the following members as co-defendants with the association: Henry Finkelstein, Harry Gold, Jacob Jaffe, Harry Zevin, Max Zucker, Solomon Shurberg, Benjamin Goldberg, Nathan E. Mag, Louis Croll, Simon Lipman, Samuel Gwasdof, David Rachlin, Abraham Rivkin and Jacob Greenberg. All are elderly and prominent in the Jewish community. It is further alleged that a request has been made of Solomon Shurberg, president, asking hira to call a meeting to wind up the associations affairs, but he has refused to do so. Mr. Koplowitz is seeking a final distribution of the funds and asks that the association be legally dissolved. First Jewish Seamen's Union in History Formed HAIFA.—A new chapter in the age-old history of the Jewish people was written here when the first Jewish seamen's union of which there is record held its first meeting here. One hundred Jewish able seamen, stewards and other ships' hands enrolled in the union, which is the first concrete symbol of the reconquest in modern times of a profession which Jews followed in the days when the Phoenicians were masters of the sea. Soviet Fires Teachers Moscow—A number of instructors in the Jewish Teachers' seminaries in Stalindorf and New Witebsk were dismissed last week upon a sudden order from Moscow. No arrests were made among those dismissed. The teachers are charged with spreading Yiddishistic, nationalistic and Trotskyist ideas.



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Thursday, April 17, 11)35 THE SIGNIFICANCE OF PASSOVER (Continued from Page 3) THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page 15 bondage. The Five Special Dishes (a) The bitter herbs are symbolic of oar bitter life in Egypt. (b) "Charoses," a mixture of apples, nuts, cinnamon and wine, repthe mortar and clay, which ,),,. Israelites used in the making 0 f picks for Pharaoh. (c) The salt water reminds us of jh e tears shed by the suffering [si '•". (d) The roasted shank bone rep, the paschal lamb explained (i ) The egg is a reminder of the i .ah, the special holiday ofwhich had to be brought to mple, besides the paschal lamb. The Four Cups of Wine [our cups of wine are symbolic of the four Hebrew terms in the divine promise to Moses to deliver Israel from Egyptian bondBg< %  The Touring Out of 10 Drops of Wine The pouring out of the drops of wine is a vivid way of recalling the ten plagues with which the Egyptians were smitten before they set the Israelites free. The "Afikomen" 1 he "afikomen" is the half matjoh put away by the head of the family at the beginning of the meal and eaten by all at the end of it. It represents the paschal lamb, which was also eaten at the end. The Cup of Elijah The cup of Elijah is filled before the fourth cup of wine is sipped. It reminds us of the Messiah, whose coming will be announced by Elijah one day before it will take place. On the holiday of the first red) mption we should not forget the final redemption. The Opening of the Door The opening of the door shows that we are unafraid of our enema and symbolizes our reliance upon our Heavenly Father. The Seder is completed by the, chanting of a number of prayers and ditties suggestive of our redemption. The rejoicing over the past redemption is thus strengthened by the confirmation of our hope in the future redemption. We have in the seder a case of an ordinary meal converted into a fountain of spirituality. Fortunate indeed is the people that ran rejoice and eat in an elevating and exulting manner! Memorial Services In conclusion a few Words should be said about the memorial servicethat are held on the last day of Passover, the last two days in general, and "sefirah." Insofar as the memorial services (yizkor) are concerned, all that need be said is that we .lewdo not forget the departed souls on the days of our greatest joy. It is common to every holiday; whenever we celebrate a great event of the past, we also commemorate the past generations. According to tradition the miracle of the Red Sea, as a result of which the Egyptian soldiers were drowed and the Israelites safely escaped their persecutors, took place on the evening which belongs to the twenty-first of Nisan, whicn is the first of the last two days of Passover. This explains why the last two days are holidays and no work is permitted on them. Sefirah Greetings MERRITT Oil Burner Mfg. Ce>. OIL BURNERS. HOTEL AMD I.KSTAURANT RANGES BUILT ANY SIZE COMPLETE HOT WATER HEATERS lindfr thf National Hooting Plaa 87 S. W. 8th St. Ill" Attention should be given to "sefirah," the Counting of the Omer, for it is generally connected with the great event, the giving of the Torah which is celebrated seven weeks later. The Exodus from the Land of Bondage was only the first step in the establishment of the Jewish people. The second step, which is by no means secondary in importance, was the receiving of the Torah. When the Israelites were in Palestine they used to bring (in accordance with the regulations found in the Torah), a barley offering on the second day of Passover, and a wheat offering on the first day of Shevuoth. A barleyoffering, a sacrifice of a grain eaten by animals, was brought by the Jews in olden days to commemorate their physical delivery; and a wheat offering, something enjoyed by human beings, was brought in the Temple to commemorate the spiritual delivery through the receiving of the Torah. The Counting of the Omer, or to use the Hebrew phrase "aefiras hoomer," as ordained in a number of places in the Torah, begins on the second evening of Passover and continues until Shevuoth. The Jews wire told to count every day and prepare themselves every day for their spiritual freedom, the receiving of the Torah. When we consider the great stride the Israelites of old made, from idol worship to the true Jewish faith, we must come to the conclusion that seven weeks was not too much. The days of "Sefirah" or the Counting of the Omer are also days of mourning, as during those days a plague carried away many disciples of Rabbi Akiba. No weddings or other joyful affairs are permitted in this period, excepting on Lag B*Omer, the thirty-third day of Sefirah (corresponding this year to Thursday, May 3rd) when (Continued on Page 10) GREETINGS PEACOCK SODA SHOP 2308 Ponce de Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES All Visitors to Miami and Miami Beach Come and Visit WHEELAN'S FISH GRILL 518 Alton Road MIAMI BEACH Noted for Fish Dinners From Coast to Coast Enjoy the Fish in the Marine Dining Room OUK SINCERE WISHES for a FRAYLICHEN AND KOSHEREN PESACH To Our Jewish Friends FARRIS & CO 25 N. E. 27th St. BEEF PACKERS Phone 2-1725 Miami. Florida HOME OFFICE AND PLANT: 2116 West Beaver St. Jacksonville, Florida When we sell you Kosher Beef, you know it's Kosher beyond a doubt It's stamped and tagged %  • • Ask your Rabbi! Your Protection HENEWED c CARS ANDTRUCKS Nil ^mp & SAFETY FIRST SAFETY FIRST Resale Branch No. 1 1220 Biscay ne Blvd. Phone 2-8152 Resale Branch No. 2 977 W. -JfJasjerl SL Phone 2-8153 400 S. 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Thursday, April 17, 1935 THE JEWISH FLOKIUIAN Page 3 The Significance Of Passover Passover is the most important Jewish holiday of the spring. It begins at sundown of the fourteenth of the Jewish month of Nisan, which corresponds this year to Wednesday night, the seventeenth of April, and lasts eight days (through Thursday, April 25) of which the first two days (Thursday and Friday, April 18 and 19) and the last two days (Wednesday and Thursday, April 24 and 25) are complete holidays; while the intervening four days are "Choi hamoed"—half holidays. Passover is known by three different names: "Z'man Cheyrusaynu," "Chag Hamatzoh" and "Chag llapesach." Each one of these names is characteristic of the holiday. "Z'man Cheyrusaynu" Passover is also called "Z'man Cheyrusaynu" the Time of Our Freedom. It is remarkable that the freeing of the people of Israel coincides with the freeing of nature I from its winter stagnation. The | exodus from Egypt enabled the People of Israel to develop in accordance with the unfolding of iU own genius; and this took place in the spring, when everything in nature wakes up, begins a new life, unfolds, grows, and spreads. The Fast of the First Born The last plague with which the Egyptians were smitten and which brought freedom to the Israelites was the slaying of the first-born of Egypt by the angel of death. When this happened the first-born of Israel were spared, and because of that every first-born son has to fast on the eve of Passover. The obligation to keep this fast is withI drawn from those who are present ; on the morning of that day at a %  "Brith Milah" party or at the party made in celebration of the completion of a Talmudic tractate. "Chag Hamatzoth" Since the only kind of bread we are permitted to eat on Passover it what is known as "mmtzoth," the holiday is called "Chag Hamatzoth," or the Feast of Matzoth. The prohibition to eat leavened bread on Passover is due to an important incident that accompanied the deliverance of the Israelite* from the land of bondage. Overwhelmed by the death of the firstborn, the Egyptians were so urgent in driving the Israelites out of their land, that the latter had no time to wait until their dough became leavened and therefore had to bake it in the sun as matzoth. The latter thus reminds us of the haste with which we were freed from Egypt. "Chag llapesach" The name Passover, "Pcsach" or "Chag Hapesach" is a derivation from the Hebrew word "paw-sach," meaning ski].. Before the Israelites of old were freed from Egypt they were ordered to bring an animal (in the form of a lamb) as a sacrifice. The lamb was worshipped by the Egyptians, and the act of sacrificing it to heaven was a great step in the direction of weaning the Israelites from idol worship. At the risk of their lives the Israeliteslaughtered the lamb in the sijrht of the Egyptians; then sprinkled its blood on their doorposts, and roasted it. The blood on the doorposts of the Israelites made the angel of death skip their homes; hence the name paschal lamb, Passover, etc. The "Seder" The eating of the paschal lamb with its accompanying ceremonies has been developed after the destruction of the Temple into what is now known as the "Seder," Greetings which means order. As applied to Passover it means the order or series of very impressive ceremonies, which are distinguishing features of the evening meals on the first and second nights of Passover. The law makes it obligatory to tell the story of the delivery from bondage on these two nights; and the ceremonies of the "seder," which are also required by law, greatly vivify the story. The story as well as the ceremonies are found in a specially prepared pamphlet known as the Haggadah. For a clear understanding of the "seder," described in the Haggadah, a few words will be said about the following important ceremonies: teh "Hessebet," the three matzoth, the five special dishes, the four cups of wine, the poring of the drops, the "afikomen," the cup of Elijah, and the opening of the door. The "Hessebet" The "Hessebet" is the term designating the cushions put on the left side of the chair at the seder table to make it easy to recline on that side. It was an Oriental custom for all free men to recline at theri meals and our doing so at the seder table symbolizes the fact that we are no longer slaves. The reclining is enjoined by law, at least, while the required portions of matzoh are eaten and the cups of wine are sipped. 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I
Announcements
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
139 S. W. Third Ave.
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Service! Thursday morning will
i be ushered in at 8 a.m. when the
I Rabbi will preach on "Israel's Pres-
ent Day Redemption." Friday
numing the Rabbi will preach on
"The Ever Living Past." Saturday
Tiling the Rabbi will preach on
I "Israel's Song of Songs." Cantor
Nathan Wroobel will chant the
I holiday services.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
ill Washington Ave., Miami Bearh
DAVID I. ROSENBI.OOM, Rabbi
Passover services Thursday
n niing will hear the rabbi preach
cm "Freedom and Its Preroga-
tives," and will begin at 8 A. M.
Thursday evening services begin at
|6 P. M. Friday morning services
I begin at 8 A. M. when the rabbi
will preach on "A Message of
Elijah." Saturday morning the
I rabbi will preach on "Dry Bones."
Cantor Boris Schlchman will chant
the services.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 S. W. Third* Street
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
I'assover services Thursday
I morning will begin at 9 A. M.,
when the rabbi will preach on
"I'assover ... A Recurrent Event
in Jewish History." Friday morn-
iiig the rabbi will preach on "Pass-
over ... A Parent-Children's
Festival." Saturday morning the
rabbi will preach in Yiddish.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E. Nineteenth St.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Both the Catholic and Protestant
Irhurches have issued a call asking
|that all churches join in prayer for
; 'ace. The president of the Central
"inference of American Rabbis is
ailing on all Jewish congregations
to offer a special prayer for peace
during the Passover service. A
special prayer for peace, therefore,
"-ill be offered during the morning
service* at Temple Israel.
On Thursday morning, April
18th, at 11 o'clock Dr. Jacob H.
[Kaplan will speak on the subject
entitled, "TAKE YOUR STAND."
[On Friday evening, April 19th, at
|8:15 o'clock, he will deal with the
[subject, "THE FOREIGN ELE-
hlENT IN EGYPT." His Saturday
Imorning lecture is called "WHO IS
[GOING WITH ME?" On Tuesday
[evening, April 23rd, Dr. Kaplan's
Isubject will be "UNATTAINABLE
llDEALS." On Wednesday morning,
|Apri 24th, after the Yiskor service,
Jl'r. Kaplan wil speak on the sub-
Led "REMEMBERING THE
P>EAD."
Children are expected to attend
I these services.
Price Fire Cent*
Jewish News
Around the
World
Theatrical Habimah to Erect
$175,000 Theatre
Tel AvivThe Habimah theatri-
cal organization has announced
that it has secured the land for its
own playhouse and that construc-
| tion would shortly begin on a
| structure scheduled to cost $175,-
j 000. The corner stone will be laid
i on April 2(5, with a celebration
; program which includes the pro-
t duction of a great open air play
! and festival. It was made known
today that an Habimah month is
shortly to be proclaimed in Pales-
tine, during which funds will be
raised for the erection of the new
theatre building.
A typical Sader Cloth, used traditionally in the ohservance of the Sader nights, which contains three
pockets for the MatlOfl used in the Sader ceremonial.
Urge Action
Against Germany
The League of Nations was
urged Wednesday night, April 10,
in order to prevent a world war
to apply economic sanctions
against Germany as provided in
the Covenant because of its "adop-
tion of measures that steadily in-
crease the probabilities of war in
the near future," in a resolution
presented by Samuel Untermyer to
a capacity mass meeting in the
New York Hippodrome, conducted
under the joint auspices of the
Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League
,nd the American Federation of
Labor.
Mr. Untermyer's resolution was
read to the throng by George
Gordon Battle, who presided.
The resolution charged Germany
with the "consistent violation of
its solemn contract obligations
contained in the Covenant of the
League of Nations," and called
upon the League to continue the
use of its economic sanctions, the
boycott, until such time as the
"German government shall have
given binding guarantees to pre-
serve the peace of the world and
restore to its racial, religious and
industrials minorities, those rights
of which it has deprived them."
Others who spoke at the meet-
ing were Dr. Abba Hillel Silver of
Cleveland, vice president of the
Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League;
William Collins, New York State
Representative and Organizer for
the American Federation of Labor,
Jr. Hadassah
To Raise Funds
NEW YORK.The 200 units of
Junior Hadassah, the Young Wom-
en's Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, will devote the months of
April, May and June to fund-
raising for their Palestinian proj-
ects. There are a model children's
village at Meier Shfeyah, an
orange grove at Pardess Anna
used to train boys and girls in
citrus farming, and the Hadassah
Nurses' Training School in Jerusa-
lem.
Miss Pauline Englander and
Miss Martha Loewenstein, both of
Jersey City, N. J., are the national
co-chairmen directing the fund-
raisng plan. They anticipate the
raising of a large portion of the
$48,000 needed for the Palestinian
budget.
"The work which we support in
Palestine is most essential in solv-
ing the problem of integrating the
youth into the life of the country,"
declares a joint statement by Miss
Englander and Miss Loewenstein.
"The children at Meier Shfeyah
belong to the category of "under-
speaking as the official represent-
ative of its president, William
Green; Dr. Rowena Morse Mann,
refugee and former professor of
philosophy at the University of
Jena; Dr. Harry Lee Franklin,
executive director of the Chest for
Liberation of Workers of Europe,
and Mrs. Norman Bentwich of
England.
privileged." In our institution,
situated on a large tract in the
beautiful Hills of Judea, far from
urban influences, they are given
proper home care, a good educa-
tion and training in trade or agri-
culture. Meier Shfeyah is helping
in a measure to solve the German
refugee problem. Thirteen German
children now live at the home-
school, adjusting themselves to
their new country, learning its lan-
guage and way of life, becoming
an integral part of its society. At
Pardess Anna the graduates of
Meier Shfeyah who wish to make
farming their vocation receive ex-
pert advanced training in citrus
growing.
"The Hadassah Nurses' Train-
ing School, our third project, ranks
among the best of its kind. The
thorough training in theory and
practice that the nurses receive at
this school are regraded by nursing
specialists as of exceptional qual-
ity. For these reasons the Hadas-
sah nurses are in great demand in
Palestine and nearby countries."
The most recent membership
figures of Junior Hadassah show
an enrollment increase of 1,700 as
compared with the enrollment dur-
ing the same period a year ago.
Children of the Jewish congrega-
tions in Miami and in Miami Beach
will be excused from school on
Passover only if they attend ser-
vices at Synagogue or Temple and
bring a note from their parents to
that effect.
Burial (iroup Dissolution Now
Sought
New Britain, Conn., members of
the Chesed Shell Ameth, a non-
profit voluntary association for
persons of Jewish extraction, are
going to court to determine ways
and means of dissolving the associ-
ation, winding up its affairs and
turning a $2,000 treasury over to
some needy charity or worthy
cause.
Suit has been brought by George
Koplowitz of this city and he
names the following members as
co-defendants with the association:
Henry Finkelstein, Harry Gold,
Jacob Jaffe, Harry Zevin, Max
Zucker, Solomon Shurberg, Benja-
min Goldberg, Nathan E. Mag,
Louis Croll, Simon Lipman, Samuel
Gwasdof, David Rachlin, Abraham
Rivkin and Jacob Greenberg. All
are elderly and prominent in the
Jewish community.
It is further alleged that a re-
quest has been made of Solomon
Shurberg, president, asking him to
call a meeting to wind up the asso-
ciations affairs, but he has refused
to do so. Mr. Koplowitz is seeking
a final distribution of the funds
snd asks that the association be
legally dissolved.
First Jewish Seamen's Union in
History Formed
HAIFA.A new chapter in the
age-old history of the Jewish peo-
ple was written here when the
first Jewish seamen's union of
which there is record held its first
meeting here. One hundred Jewish
able seamen, stewards and other
ships' hands enrolled in the union,
which is the first concrete symbol
of the reconquest in modern times
of a profession which Jews fol-
lowed in the days when the Phoeni-
cians were masters of the sea.
Soviet Fires Teachers
MoscowA number of instruc-
tors in the Jewish Teachers' sem-
inaries in Stalindorf and New Wit-
ebsk were dismissed last week upon
a sudden order from Moscow.
No arrests were made among
those dismissed. The teachers are
charged with spreading Yiddish-
istic, nationalistic and Trotskyist
ideas.



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Thursday, April 18, 1935 THB JKWISH FLORIDIAN Page 17 MAIMONIDES by DR. PAUL ROMANOFF Much has been written about Maimonides, his life and his work. The Maimonides Octoccntennial exhibition now being shown in the euro of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, has alreadyfilled the pages of magazines and papers. These articles, however, give an historical approach rather than a penetration into the ii side of the documents which been assembled there. i shall, therefore, take you with mi on a trip to look into a manu• and to search for the story id it. You are probably acquainted with the process of mak;-tory. A potsherd, a piece of or stone, a crude design of primitive man—objects that may nothing to the average per. that would remain unnoticed, ':„ ome at once priceless treasures to the scholar. The potsherds or are the plots for the future incea written by historians ancient peoples: their life, culture and their art. The many volumes of ancient history fill the BhelveB of libraries, open up the secrets of antiquity, are based on such findings. To the archaeologist, the peaks and the day becomes ii MI with talcs of yore. To urator of a museum, a piece a tern piece (if material, a chip of a torn piece of material, a chip of metal or stone are inspirations for minute study which inspire a delving into the past to learn what behind these objects. The curator is able to clothe them with to cover them with skin, and he life into them, though they have been lying dead for centuries and millenia. What we have here in the JewMuseum, is not a potsherd or nor a piece of wood used by some unknown idolworshipper, who saw in them his supreme being, to whom he Whispered incantations to winds and spirits, but the very handwriting of Maimonides, whoso mind reached unto heaven, and who at the same time was aware of the needs of his people. The works of Maimonides are immortal creations. Such a fragment written by that spiritual giant is priceless ami sacred. It i s surrounded with a halo of radiant wisdom, and a love for mankind. It is the autograph of the Second Moses. Let us, therefore, learn about Maimonides from only one manuscript, and a tragic tale will take us back many centuries. We shall travel along with this manuscript and follow it on its journey until | we are back again in the New York Jewish Museum. It was 750 years ago. The Almohades, the Berber tribes from Northern Africa, were making their raids, attacking and pillaging villages and towns which were ac' customed to the rule of kindly princes. Death and slavery wen' the prices Jews paid for defending their beliefs. Islam, as other religions, could not understand why the Jews did not want to be sheltered under the wings of those who promised them earthly harems or heavenly kingdoms. Too anxious Were these religions to make the Jewhappy in other worlds. Fire and SWOrd hastened to transfer the souls of the stubborn nation to those realms. Tin .lews who managed to be saved from the sudden kindness of those who cared for their future lives, were sold as slaves. For the glitter of gold was too tempting even to people who aspired to be the servants of God. The markets were full of Jewish captives. The point of the sword stifled the cry of agony. Children who clung bewilderingly to the tattered covering of their trembling mothers, were torn apart never to see each other again. Men shook their fists helplessly when their bosom companions were taken away to be sold to the highest bidder. In this desert of barbarism, there still were a few cases of tolerance. Egypt was one of them. There, the heart of the Head of Egyptian Jewry, the Sultan's friend and physician, scholar and philosopher, Maimonides, bled for his people. The cry of his brethren re-echoed in his ears. It gave him no rest. "The captives must be saved from slavery and shameful life." was his decision. Redemption was the only way. Although rich in spirit, Maimonides was poor in means. ROBBINS ROOFING SHKKI METAL WORKS I'.espomible Roofers ince 1919. Inspections and Estimates Free. 222 N. W. 28th St. Phone 1-3706 "l'idyon Shuvuyim," redemption of the captives, became his motto. Emissaries with letters from Maimonides were sent to different corners of the world to collect money for the redemption of the captives. In the synagogues and streets, "l'idyon Shuvuyim" were the words often heard. When the messengers read the Rambam's appeal ,n the synagogues, and described the torture and agony of their helpless brethren, the people visualized their own relatives and friends in chains, sold in the markets as animals, saw their miserable existence, their broken homes, families and lives. Then the Jewish heart trembled, purses opened wide, jewels were itl MMERS 90*t\*.Sb.4tJef4akAiamk "Miami's Finest Shoe Store' from fingers, wrists and necks to be exchanged for the liberty of the ill-fated. For the Rambam's word was law, the word of a Moses. In a wooden frame, between two glasses, Is the WOrnOUt fragment of a letter. Old are the characters. They are peculiar to the handwrit(Contimied on Page IS) WHEN IN' JACKSONVILLE EAT AT Hegal's Kosher Restaurant 567 LALRA ST. (Opposite Cohen Bros. Dept. Store) OPEN ALL HOURS .*uniiuiiii*iwmmiii MM immiinmiimm nnm White Oak Leather HALF SOLES .50c LADIES' HEELS I5c Atlantic Shoe Shop 14* N. K. first AfM Opp. Cortei He-UI AMBULANCE SERVICE AHERN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHERN, Pre*. 131'.) West Flagler Street Telephone 2-2211 HANSON ROOFING CO. Roofing and Sheet Metal Contractor (In All Its Branches) Phone 2-1831 328 N. E. 13th St. GREETINGS HYRNE-EGGER CO. Wrought Iron Craftsmen 1765 N. 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Ihursday, April 18, 1935 THE JBW1SH FLOBIDUN Page 5 pjewisti Meridian PLOMOA S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY PUBLISHED EVEBY PSIOAT k; la, JEWISH PLOBIDIAN rUBLIBHING CO P. O. m., 71 S>wi Tower Hide. Miami, Fla. PiMM 2-5M4 k| 8. W. Ilia A..... ED1TOEIAL OrriCBS: nm 1-1IU J. LOUIS SHOCHET, BtUtor FEED E. SHOCHET. Clrtalatlaa at.,,.,., CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative Inured • aacoad c ... malUr July 1910. it tha Pet Offka at Miami, riorloa. undar tin Act of March I. 18711. IKST PALM BEACH |AMUEL SCHUTZER Representative ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN Representative ORLANDO {F,NE BRAVF.RMAN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. H. K1SLER Representative WEST FLORIDA BUSINESS S. G. AROSON 4209 Central Are., Tampa, AGENT Fla. i aWataj %  • Yaar 8UBSCB1PTION II.M |2 tf Vol. 8—No. 15 FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1935 Why Not Do the Same? Why cannot we in Miami and even throughout Florida ike advantage of the wonderful opportunity presented to Is by the Passover holidays to do a constructive bit of work lor ourselves and posterity? Cannot we for a while forget iur petty foibles, our foolish chase after honors, and together, all of us do what is so necessary and vital if Judaism, we ourselves, are to be and continue. Last week a gentleman arrived in Miami to make a survey of local conditions, and he but re-echoed the ever recurrent story .. "There is a lack of consciousness for things Jewish, particularly Jewish education, that is apparent the lument one begins to study conditions of your city," said lis gentleman and in view of the pitifully small number if children attending our three Talmud Torahs, we cannot %  tip but agree with him. We cannot help but direct attention to the following krticle which appeared in the last issue of the Jewish Press }f Omaha, Neb., and which may well be taken to heart by our Hal communal workers ... JEWISH EDUCATION IN A MODERN WORLD The Passover season is traditionally associated in Jewish Ife with registration and enrollment in the Talmud Torah. [his tradition has been accepted even by the modern Talmud Torah and our own institution is beginning its registration low, A determined effort is to be made at this time to increase the enrollment of girls in the Talmud Torah. It is one H the anomalies of Jewish life in our country where tradi[ions are so easily violated that this tradition of Jewish eduition for boys only should be so faithfully observed. While i former times when woman's domain was the kitchen alone knd the apprenticeship of girls to their mothers was adequate fewish education, this may have been justified, certainly it tan find no justification whatsoever in our times when fomen have taken over the responsibility of maintaining srael's culture and to a great measure are the sole sustainers If Israel's intellectual life. Even in the ultra-orthodox circles of Poland, a whole school system—the Beth Jacob schools {-has been built up for girls with an enrollment of tens of thousands. Yet we completely neglect educating our girls, lending them perhaps to Sunday school as a sop to our conscience. One need not repeat that the Sunday school at its kst is but a tolerable supplement to a Talmud Torah eduj Ration, and at its average is a waste of time, effort, and money. One shudders to contemplate the Jewish home of the future if the mother's sole Jewish education is to be acquired ks at present. One can state unequivocally that it is as lecessary — even more so—for girls to acquire a complete fewish education as for boys. Indeed, our effort must be to increase the amount or Education even in our Talmud Torahs. An hour or so a day k far too little. Certainly two hours per day ought to be considered an irredutibleminimum. And even that will be mIllttidMMbrn^adequate Jewish education. We must seek to maximize the knowledge of our past—of our culture—of bur faith and we cannot do so by permitting the time devoted U Jewish education to be constantly lessened, irrespective )f the reason. Maurice Samuel, in his book, "Jews OB Mfi*£j>>Jj" ome pertinent statements on this subject. The Kraceless%  ess of American Jewish life," he states, 'is SW^tattt first place with the liquidation of the inteHectual inot if in Judaism and this is illustrated by a special type of opposition to intensive Jewish child education—the "Scientific" fear of overstrain. "This horror of unusual mental effort is universal today. It has produced the dominant school of educators who have the most ingenious methods of teaching, and are afraid to teach anything. In the reaction against faulty pedagogy, routine drilling and the rest, the substance of education has melted away into a bleak minimum; for fear of overwork, the child is deprived even of the elements of discipline; and the illusion spreads that the good things of the mind are to be had by a vague, pleasant absorption. "I have not yet encountered a Jew who is ready to assert that the effects of the o'.d chedar training have been reflected in the thickening of the Jewish mind. As far as 1 have been able to systematize my own observations, they point to the singular fact that Jews who have been through the chedar are brighter, more alert, and more successful than those who have not. And yet the resistance against 'excessive' Jewish training is based ostensibly on regard for the mental health of the young. "Astonishing as it must seem to the outsider, this 'abu^e' of the childish mind did not prevent the same Jewish boys from carrying off the prizes in the day-schools and, what is more significant, from becoming comparatively successful in after life. "The terror of modern Jewish parents that their children's minds will be ruined by extra study is the invasion of Jewish life by the low intellectual standards of the time. When not disguised as pedagogic theory, it presents itself as a false, sentimental plea for childhood happiness. I believe that children can be happy with a great deal more mental exercise than present-day educational systems force upon them; but even if the production of a better race of men and women did imply a certain hardening of childhood life, it would be better in the long run. In any case, the idea of a Jewish culture or of any other kind, maintained without effort is part of the general mania for lunch counter education; and if Jewish tradition has anything affirmative in it. the first thing it implies is a contempt for easy Judaism." Jewish education is facing the future in a spirit of hopefulness. For several decades it was weighted down by a topheavy emphasis on the Hebrew language and a disparagement of the religious aspects of Judaism; due to the backwash of the Zionist movement in the one case and the inferiority complex of the Jew in the other. We are happily emerging from this period. Hebrew, of course, is being taught and rightly so but the senseless: emphasis upon it is no longer present. And the greatest authorities in educational circles have come out strongly for emphasis on traditional religion. The school is being understood as a laboratory of Jewish life where the finest we can expect from oi|r children as adults, is so inculcated as to remain part of their mental and spiritual make-up. Thus it is the practical aspects of Judaism that are no being emphasized — and we are hopeful that the future graduates of our Talmud Torah will become good Jews — something not always true in the past. The moral of all this is—enroll your children, especially your daughters, in the Talmud Torah. By RABBI URI MILLER. bi Israel L. Kaplan officiating. The bride was given in marriage by her father and was attended by Mrs. Sam Weiss, sister of the groom, as matron of honor, and by Miss Rose Leibovitz, sister of the bride, as maid of honor. Ansel Chepenik, brother of the groom, served as best man. Following a honeymoon trip to Havana they will make their home here. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Datz are being congratulated on the birth of a baby daughter. Bryna Ida, last week. Senior Hadassah is sponsoring a Davis St., with Mrs. M. Wolfson rummage sale at Kings Road and as chairman. Those having clothing are urged to communicate with her. Gainesville Notes Raymond Einhorn, by virtue of a 2.'.".'! average—the highest average in the entire senior class ol the University of Florida—has merited a place in the Hall of Fame. The Hull of Fame consists of the ten outstanding seniors on the campus who have achieved this distinction of excellence In athleticaccomplishments, scholastic ability or through leadership in campus activities, The-e ten deserving men arc chosen by the faculty committee headed by Dean Tolhert, dean of students. Miss Betty Leibovitz, bride-elect, china shower last week by Mrs. Sum Cherry und Miss Esther Hummerman. Prizes were awarded for high scores for the games played and a delicious salad course was then served. Mrs. B. Maisel of Brookline, Mass., was guest of honor at a bunco party given by Mesdames Frank Diamond and Harry Pelts last week. Following the games delicious refreshments were served. Mrs. Hattie K. Cohen, president of Cohen Bros, and resident of this city for more than 50 years, died here last week. Mrs. Cohen was active in both the social, business and general communal life of the city for many years. Circle No. 8 of the Temple Sisterhood entertained at an evening card party last week. Following the games a delicious ice course was served. A regular semi-month.y meeting of the Junior Jewish Progressive Society was held Tuesday night when plans for the distribution of baskets to the needy Jewish families for Passover were acted on. Mr. and Mrs. H. Bloom announce the engagement of their daughter, Emily, to Lonnie W'urm, the wedding to take place on June 16th. The Jacksonville chapter of Senior Hudassah announced the appointment of Mesdames Sam Weiss, chairman, L. Klepper, D. Duvis, Marx Baker, N. Silverstein and Ira Stein, as members of the campaign committee to raise funds for the local quota to held the building fund of the Rothschild-Hadassah University Hospital in Palestine. Weekly meetings will be held to announce the progress of the local campaign. Miss Emily Bloom, bride-elect of Lonnie Wurm, was the guest of honor at a surprise birthday and engagement party tendered her by her mother last Friday. Games were played and prizes were awarded. Mrs. Adolph Wurm, Mrs Rudy Moss and Mrs. Lipschitz assisted in serving an ice course. Miss Betty Leibovitz, daughter of Manuel Leibovitz, became the bride of Mr. Abe G. Chepenick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Chepenik at the home of the bride with RabMrs. B. Stein was named president of the local chapter of Senior Hadassah at the election for afficers held last week. Others named were Mrs. H. Silverstein, first vice president; Mrs. Herbert Weiss, second vice president; Mrs. Nat Cohen, recording secretary; Mrs. Perry Kantor, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Harry Katz, treasurer; and Mrs. Ira Stein, financial secretary. Mrs. Harry Finkelstein and Mrs. D. H. Lazarow are in charge of a fund raising plan for the Infant Welfare Fund of the organization. Dr. Sam Witten was guest speaker at the meeting of the Ladies Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society and Home for the Aged last week. Reports on the aid fund of the organization were given by Mrs. Charles Rubin, whose direction Passover baskets are being distributed to the needy Jewish families of this city. On the committee in charge of collecting contributions are: Mrs. A. Nabin, chairman; Mrs. J. T. Wilensky, Mrs. B. Becker, Mrs. S. Mizrahi, Mrs. H. Yoffee, Mrs. B. B. Yoffee, Mrs. R. Stein, Mrs. P. Puldy, Mrs. S. Lasarow, Mrs. S. Schain, Mrs. 11. Roscnzvaig, Mrs. Mrs. L. Wolfson, Mrs. A. L. Kristle, Mrs. Oscar Magazies and Mrs. Fred Soforenko. Mrs. J. Shapiro is chairman of the chop suey luncheon to be given April 30 in the Jewish Center. Mrs. M. Ehrlich was welcomed as a new member. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. A. Drucker and Mrs. A. L. Kristle. They served delicious home made cakes and cookies with tea. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peltz and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Diamond have as their guests, Mrs. B. Maisel of Brookline, Mass., who is being entertained delightfully while here. Also visiting Mr. and Mrs. Peltz and Mr. and Mrs. Diamond, is Miss Ruth Reynolds, one of the popular Reynolds sisters of New York City. Miss Evelyn Silverman, formerly of Philadelphia, is now residing in Jacksonville.