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The Jewish Floridian ( May 3, 1935 )

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wJewisli floiridlia m com bini mg THE JEWISH UNITY FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY lol. 8—No. 18 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1985 Price Five Cents Announcements MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1545 S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi 1 Early services begin at 6 p. m. iturday morning services begin 9. Mincha services begin at 0 m., followed by the Shalosh Sauih and Maariv services. Sunday fchool is held at the Y. M. H. A., eginning at 10 a. m. Rogistralon for new students for the daily Jobrcw classes will continue daily It the synagogue between :t and I! I. in. for the next two weeks. IETII DAVID CONGREGATION (Connervative) 139 S. W. Third Ave. MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Jewish News Around the World Nazis Start Drive to Exclude Jews From Office in United States The usual early services begin It I! p. m. Saturday morning servtes begin at 8. The Junior Congregation meets at 10:30 a. m. lincha services begin at 6 p. m., lowed by the Maariv service. The Junior Cong, meets every Saturday at 10:30 a. m. with Junior Cantor Ginsburg and Jr. Rabbi cheinberg in charge of services, the Bar Mitzva Boys' Breakfast flub meets Sunday at 8 a. m. for ervices, followed by breakfast. Proposed Gateway Containing Chapel and Emergency Tahara Room for Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association and Sisterhood of Chescd Shel Ernes Jr. Hadassah To Name Queen CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) |l I Washington Ave., Miami Beach AVID I. ROSEN BLOOM, Rabbi The usual services begin at 5 in. Saturday morning services legin at 8, with an address by the kabbi in Yiddish. Cantor Boris Ichlachman will chant the services. pmOCTOW by the Chevra Thilim. ITEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. E. Nineteenth St. )R. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi The regular Friday evening icrvices will begin at 8:15 o'clock. t)r. Jacob H. Kaplan will speak In "Adolph S. Ochs, a Great American's Definition of Judaism." J On Saturday morning the subled of Dr. Kaplan's sermonette ill be "The Sanctification of Ufa." Saturday morning services egin at 11 o'clock and are held in apian Hall. Plans have been completed for the annual May Day dance beinfc sponsored by Junior Hadassah the evening of May 5th at Beautiful Deauville, Miami Beach. At this affair a May Queen is chosen, annually, from candidates Bponsore l by local organization-. The following have been entered: Miss Marion Blank, Senior Hadassah: Miss Ethel Diamond, Y. M. II. A.; Miss Arlene Aronovitz, Senior Council of Jewish Women; Mi-s Lee Kasanoff, Junior Council of Jewish Women; Miss Ida Engler, Beth David Sisterhood; Miss Edna Leibovitz, Temple Israel Sisterh 1; Miss Beatrice Silver, Beth David Sisterhood; Miss Sylvia Miles, Jewish Welfare Bureau. Souvenir programs will be distributed and ballots will be cast ..t the door. Ladies Will Install Officers Pemple to Induct Leaders The following program has been i ranged for the installation I'.mcheon of the Sisterhood of Tem' < %  Israel, which takes place at 8:30 p. m., May 6, at the Strathpavan hotel in Miami Beach. Mrs. J. H. Kaplan will give the i vocation followed by a group of nigs by Mrs. Bertram Raff. The leport of the retiring president, %  Wis. I. M. Weinstein, will precede he installation of new officers, onducted by Mrs. E. Max Goldstein, toastmaster for the occasion. Remarks by the new president, Whs. Isaac Levin, will be followed Officers of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be formally inducted into office Sunday evening. May 12th, at the clubrooms of the Y. M. H. A., beginning at II o'clock, when dinner will be served. A formal program will be presented, with speakers and entertainment. Following the dinner those who desire will be permitted to play raids. The public is invited to attend. Admission, including supper, will be 75 cents. In charge of arrangements are Mesdames N. Blumberg, M. Traeger and II. Shulman. Reservations may be made with any member of the committee or with officers of the auxiliary. by a vocal duet composed of Mrs. Raff and Mrs. Herbert U. Feibclman. Dr. J. H. Kaplan will give the closing address. Mrs. Laurence Sapero will be the accompanist for all the singers. An Open Letter City Editor, .1 wish Floridian, City. Dear Sir: It may be of interest to the readers of your valuable paper to read my comment on a very important message I received last week, and it ought to be of interest to thinking Jewish people throughout the country. I have just had a letter from my colleague in Terre Haute. End., in which he states: "It will delight you to know that the local community is being merged into one congregation, This will give us over Slid soul* and particularly a fine united school. The hulk of the credit for pioneering goes to you. All of us joined in appreciating you at the open meeting that launched the project." The reason I have been given credit for this fine piece of work is because when I was rabbi there 20 yea..ago I organize i a Hebrew school at the Orthodox Congregation with the Orthodox rabbi and myself as the teachers in that school. On various Sabbaths, ,.s well as the second day of any festival, I visited the synagogue and preached there. This interest in the Orthodox congregation on the part of the reform rabbi made a deep impression on the whole community, so that the seeds that I planted 20 years ago for a better understanding have just borne fruit. Nothing in all my life has given me greater pleasure than this news from my friend and colleague, Rabbi J. Marshall Taxay, as looted above. My conviction is that American Israel lacks true leaders, both lay and professional. The leaders in the Orthodox congregation seldom understand the Jews of the reform congregations, and the Jews of the reform congregation seldom act with proper sympathies and understanding of the other phases of Jewish life. And the leaders of all (Continued on Page 6) B'Nai B'Rith to Convene Sunday Delegates i.om the United States and Canada will gather in Washington, D. C, between May -1 and S to attend B'nai B'rith's fourteenth quinquennial convention. Hon. Joseph W. Byrne, speaker of the United States House of Representatives, will be guest of honor and principal speaker at the convention banquet Monday evening, May


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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, May .'t, 1935 The marriage nuptials of Miss Sylvia Farr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Farr, to Mr. Harry H. Solomon of 1'aterson, N. J., will be solemnized this afternoon at the home of the bride's parents with Rabbi Max Shapiro Of Beth David Congregation officiating. Miss Helen Farkas will play the processional. Miss Irene Farr will be maid of honor and Mr. J. John I X, a prominent attorney of Boston, Mass.. who arrived here Tuesday, will be best man. Following eremony, the members of the family will attend a bridal dinner at the Palatial Kosher Restaurant. At 8 o'clock in the evening the parents of the bride will tender a reception at their home to all their friends. In the reception line will Mrs. II. II. Farr, mother of the Miss Irene Farr, Mrs. Lewis Brown, Mrs. Tillie Farkas, Mrs. I.ou I.iberman of Boston, Mass., Mrs. William Farr. Miss Helen Farkas aim .Mrs. K. Max Goldstein. Among those who arrived to attend the ceremony were Mrs. Lou I.iberman of Boston and Mr. S. Solomon of Paterson, N. J., father of the groom. • • A very interesting and entertaining event was the benefit muslcali held last Tuesday afternoon at Mazica Hall, the proceeds of which were applied to the work of the Jewish Welfare Bureau. Mrs. Bertha B. Levy was chairman of the arrangements committee. Among the artists taking part were Winifred Kates .lames. Ruby Showers Baker. Sylvia Olmsted, John Miedema, Senora Bakeria, AlySwords and others of the local artistic colony. Mr. Hym in S. Jacobs, first vicepresident of the District Grand Lodge of B'nai B'rith, was the guest of honor and prncpal speaker at a meeting of the local B'nai B'rith WHAT SUIT will you bny this Summer? We suggest the NEW Palm Beach. It has everything:— A color and a model for every occasion. Splendid tailoring that lasts...for the cloth sturdily resists wrinkling and mussing. (Jreat washanility, yet economy...for Palm Beach sheds the dust and dirt. Porosity that means coolness...for the weave is open to the air. And finally...VALUE that's making history. PALM BEACH SUITS 1575 We're showing the new Palm Beach whites; the new Shetland effects; the new lighter weights. ..in smart browns, greys and bangkc.k tan. Ceremonial objects for home and synagogue— Burdine's Special Jewish Section—Fourth Floor. Burdine's HYMAN S. JACOBS First Vice-President District Grand Lodge, B'nai B'rith. Lodge last Thursday night at the Talmud Torah. Mr. I. Levin presided. Mr Jacobs told of the work of B'nai B'rith internationally and then formally installed the officers elected several months ago. A large class of members were initiated by Mr. Henry Xadclweiss. assisted by officers of the lodge. The lodge is now engaged in a membership campagn to bring sc\ eral hundred members into the lodge. : Mrs. Benj. Levine is sponsoring a benefit card party for the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Buieau on Tuesday afternoon. May 14th, at her home, 826 Ortega ave., Coral Gables. The public is invited to attend. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. • The Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith, s arranging a Mother's Day celebration at Beth David Talmud Torah auditorium on Mother's Day, Sunday, May 12th, beginning at 8 p. m. A musical program will be presented during the evening, and a number of prominent speakers will address the guests. Refreshments will be served and no charge will be made. Stanley C. Myers, a past president of the lodge, will preside. Full details will appear in our next issue. • • • A special meeting id' Beth David Sisterhood was held at the Talmud Torah last Monday afternoon when it was decided to begin a campaign to rai.-e funds for refurnishing of the kitchen of the congregation. Mis. Lewis Brown is chairman and she is being assisted by Mesdames Ignatz Wohl and Morris Dubler. The first of a series of card parties will be held shortly to raise funds, with Mrs. William Robinson and Mr-. Sul Rotfort as the hostesses. Details will be announced in our next issue. • The annual picnic for the ch'ldren of Beth David Sunday Bchoo, will be held the las! Sunday in May at the Las Olas Casino, Fort Lauderdale. Mr. Stanley ('. My< rs will be in charge of arrangements. Contests will IK' held and prizes will be awarded. The annual confirmation exerfor the graduating members of Beth David Sunday school will be held the first Sunday in June. according to an announcement by Rabbi Max Shapiro of the congregation. • • The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau will hold the formal installation of its recently elected officers cm Monday, May 20th. In charge of arrangements ia committee consisting of Me-,lames Ida Optner. Julius Simp. n II. I. Magid, A. Kaufman, F. Kirstein, F. Cor.:. M. LeviBe, Mor. Dubler, II. X. Levy and Lewis Broun. Reservations may be made with any member of the commitThe formal installation of offiof Beth David Sisterhood will 1„. held at Beth David Talmud Torah on Wednesday, May loth, at ij::;.' o'clock, when a formal program will be presented. In charge of ai 1 ang n l are Mrs. M. Daum. Mrs. M. Dubler, Mrs. L. J. Hart/, and Mrs. J. Fngler. The public is invited to attend. • • • Ten students were confirmed Sunday evening at Beth Ja1 regation, Miami Beach. During the ceremonies speech on the Ten Commandments and the "Cardinal Principles of the Jewish Religion" were gicen by members of the class, Those confirmed were Sidney L. Besvinick, Mildred Berkowitz, Dorothy German, Irving Goldstein, Doris Klein. Finest J. London, Albert Solo, Marion Schulwolfe, Shirley Kraft and Marscha Uncles. Their teacher is A. Louis Mechlowitz, local attorney. Mrs. II. /.. Zilverman, president of the Beth Jacob Sisterhood, presented the class with Bibles. Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom delivered the Bermon and Rabbi .Max Shapiro of David Congregation presented certificates. An addreswas made by Philip Liberman, presi. dent of the Congregation. The musical program featured Cantor Boris Schlachman, ton, Barney Kraft, Mrs. J. Adler and Mrs. Rosenbloom. A reception followed the ceremonies. Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob Congregation o ed at the wedding cercmoin uniting in marriage Miss Latheril St.inberg. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Max Steinberg of Miami [{each, to Mr. Alfred R. Elliot last night at the Prince George Hotel. The bride was attended I | her sister-in-law. Mrs. Leo C. Steinberg, as matron of honor, ai hi. M. II. Morris was best man. Following the ceremony, whicl wai attended by members of tie family and a large number of a reception was held at the I'rincc George Hotel. The couple bit for a honeymoon trip, after which they will make their home here. Nominations for officers for the coming year of the Young MenHebrew Association will be held at the clubrooma of the organization next Wednesday evening, May 8th, beginning at 8 o'clock sharp All members are urged to attcd. Important business of the organization will be discussed. FINAL Windup Sale! Miller's Dress Shop 947 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH Phone 2-5111 Send us | your family / washing o ^jk Our SummsA Spit&l 1 mirnm FINISHED Family Bundles To Con-i t 0 f At Least i, Flat Work E-jfSP" PHONE 2-5111 ** I'tir*"%  .—r"^ I'm-^ ^, r ^ % %  %  ;. r „ X^ ; ^"" T! STR STREET



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Three THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN > wJmisti FJ/ond/idiin PLOUDA S ONLY tWlSM WEEKLY PUBLISHED BVIKY flUDAT JEWISH PLOBIDIAN I't'HI.lHIIIM, CO P. O. %  .. MTI • wi Tewer Blr. Miami, Fla. Friday, .May S, 1986 Ml I W. 1MB A" EDITOKIAI. OFFICE*: Phone 2-5SI4 I'IMM 1-llU J. LOUIS SHOCHET, E*tor FKMD .. HIIOOIKT. Clrt.UU.. M...,. r Jacksonville News A Sunday Twilight Concert will j be presented under the auspices if fewish Temple Sunday, Hay 12th, ;it :i p. m. Nelson Breit, organist and choir director, will have charge of the program. Proceeds will be used for the choir fund. lect was "My God and the God of My Fathers," and he was assisted by the Rodoph Sholom choir. This program was broadcast from WDAE, Tampa, by Mr. Sol Fleischman. CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative The Daughters of Israel are sponsoring a costume and tacky '-' —"* "~ 'tfcg Ag^'t fig "'" "+ "^^ ''•"'-'• [ "'-^ "vening, May 21st, at the Jacksonville Jewish Center, This will be the last event of the season. Prizes will be awarded for the most beautiful and tackiest costumes. Miss Ethel Joel la ticket chairman, Mrs. J, Hackel in charge id" music, Mrs. 1). Blattnor and Mrs. J. Sloat in charge of refreshments, A children's picnic is being sponsored by the organizaSUBSCKIPTION tion for Wednesday, June 12th. B ) -i PALM BEACH EL SCHOTZEK Representative ORLANDO [RENE BRAVERMAN Representative ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN Representative TAMPA MRS. U. H. KISI.EB Representative WEST FLORIDA BUSINESS AGRNT S. G. AkOSON 4209 Central Are., Tampa, Fla. H, MMitka o. 1—r lit* II M Vol. 8—No. IS FRIDAY. MAY 3, 1935 Lionel Elozory, son of Mr. and Mrs. II. Elozory, read the Kiddush al rvices Friday night. Saturday morning he read the Haftoro. Lionel Is just 6H years old and is the youngest member of the R i doph Sholom Hebrew school. The Kodoph Sholom Hebrew and Sunday schools have resumed classes after the Passover holidays. Are We Coming Together? We note with much interest a communication from Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple Israel. It but brings closer to us certain occurrences which may have gone unnoticed by some, but much significance attached to by others. We refer to the united campaign now in progress in the Greater New York area to bring the Jew back to the synagogue. This movement is being planned, nursed, matured. directed and financed by Orthodox Jews. Conservative Jews and Reform Jews, HAND-IN-HAND, all for the common good and understanding. Those who have really understood the basic faith of our people have never failed to take into consideration the cardinal principle, "The righteoufc; of all nations shall receive their reward hereafter." We Jews are taught not to look down on others because they do not see things as we do we do not believe that only our faith provides a true salvation Can we not, as Jews to Jews, better understand one another? The tragedy of German Jewish life, where the tierman Jew looked down upon the East European Jew. would not associate with him because of some non-existent differences or fancied superiority, is yet too close at hand to have permitted us to forget. We can and should respect each other for our respective beliefs, and we should aid one another in matters of common faith and of common welfare. Thus, together with firm respecl for the other man. we can march forward for the cause of Judaism and humanity. A Flayshige Knishes party was g ven by the Ladies' Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society Tuesday. Mrs. J, Shapiro was chairman and was assisted by Mesdames R. Rosenberg, D. Rosenthal, A. Shapiro, P. Lazarus, R. Rosenzvaig, A. Nabin and W. Rosenberg. Cards were played and prizes were given for nigh scores. Mrs. Max \. Oberdorfer, founder and first president of the Jewish Women's League, now the Temple Sisterhood, died last Friday afternoon. Kahhi Dr. Israel L. Kaplan of the Temple officiated at the funeral and interment was in the Temple Cemetery, The third annual picnic of the Women's Auxiliary of Kodoph Sholom Temple will he held May 19th at Lakeside Park, two miles south of l.utz. Mrs. I. Scgall is general chairman and will be assisted by Mrs. L. Liebman as co-cnairman, Mrs. S. Marks and a large committee. Swimming and games will be enjoyed and a round trip ticket to New York City will he (riven as a draw prize. race for the city commission. Leading Jewish and non-Jewish husini'.-s men point to his record in the past several years before the city commission, particularly in the sah's and personal tax fights as reason for his election to the office of city commissioner. He ; > 15 years old, married, anil has had eight years' service with the U. S. Marines, two honorable discharges and a medal of honor. He has a business career including -ales and service, real estate and advertising, and for the past -everal years has been directing the work of the Miami Board Of Trade. lie has been a resident of Miami for the past eleven years, and has had considerable experience with the affairs of the municipal corporation and is baaing his fight "for the protection and welfare of our permanent citizens." Mrs. Sam Weiss is local chairman for the Hadassah campaign for the building fund for the new medical Hadassah centre in Palestine. she is being assisted by Mrs. Ira Stein, Mrs. II. Silverstein, Mrs. L. Klepper, Mrs. D. Davis, Mrs. Marx Baker and Mrs. Ben Stein. A Pleasing Solution Just a short time ago the Jewish men and women of 'his city were being asked to help several families who had been brought into this country illegally from Cuba. The men and families of splendid standing were imprisoned Various organizations were asked to aid. among them the Jewish Welfare Bureau. Mr. Abe Aronovitz took an active part in their behalf. r .. We are indebted to Mrs. Max Dohnn. president of the Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah. for the closing episode April 12. 1 !>•>•>• To Mrs. Dobrin: Enclosed is a copy of the letter sent me by or S. Bernstein, the head of the Palestine department of the Zionist Organization of America. I lease note 'hat I have obligated myself and Hadassah lor the case. However, I am happy to have been instrumental in helping to solve the problem and to bring relief to the distressed Levine family and Alexander. (Signed) MRS. EDWARD JACOBS, National President ol Hadassah. To Mrs. Jacobs: ., ,. You are probably aware that the Palestine Department has taken care of the two f" n l,es '" prisoned in Miami (the Levine family and Alexander), in behalf of whom you intervened, and lor whom we have obtained entry permits to 11 alestini. I want vou to know that it was not the people who moved me to make the most strenuous efforts in order to secure for them certificates. I here are thousands like them and I see no reason why one should be singled out from the many other untortuMr. and Mrs. Harry Robinowitz of Riverside celebrated their silver wedding anniversary at a lovely dinner party in their home Sunday evening. Flowers were used tnroughout in decorating and the dinner table on which the delicious course dinner .\.i served was appointed beautifully. Harry Katz, nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Robinowitz, acted as toastmaster. Every guest present made a -pecial toast to the host and hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Robinowitz were the recipients of many lovely gifts and telegrams of congratulation. Enjoying this event were, besides the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Max Weiss, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Katz, Mr. and Mrs. I. Silverberg, Mr. and Mrs. J. Sloat, Mr. and Mrs. P. Safer, Mr. and Mrs. Myer Samuel, Miss Rosalind Silverberg, Arnold Silverberg and Matthew Sloat. Tampa Notes The all day outing given by the V. M. II. A. at Lakeside will take place Sunday, June 10th, instead of April 28th, as was announced in I ist week's Floridian. Mr. Sol Maas was elected president of the Tampa Merechants' Association at its annual meeting held at the Floridan Hotel last week. He succeeds II. II. Gifford. Alvin Magnon was elected vieopresident and Mr. Fred Wolf as treasurer. Members serving on the board are Mr. David Falk, Mr. Gilford, L. A. McGeachy, P. P. Macon, Julius Weil, Simon Kssrig, David Brownie and K. D. Warner. The Tampa section, National Council of Jewish Women, met Monday afternoon at .'1 o'clock at the University of Tampa. "History of the American Drama" was the subject and Mr. Daniel Fager of the university gave the play reading. "The Children's Hour." Rabbi Adolph Burger broadcast direct from the synagogue at Passover services Wednesday evening, April 21th, at 8 o'clock. His subTne unveiling of the tombstone for Mr. Moses Smith took place last Sunday morning, April 28th, at 10 o'clock at Rodoph Sholom Cemetery, with Rabbi Adolph Burlier officiating. Political Briefs N. N. "Nate" Bauer is waging one of the most active fights in the entire race for the city commission. Since his arrival in Miami in 1921 he has had a varied and successful business career. He has been engaged in the auto business, associated with WIOD radio station and is now operating as a member of the firm of the B. & W. Klectric Sales Co. at N. Miami ave. During his residence in Miami he has been actively identified with many of the communal welfare works of the city, and is a member of the Masonic Grotto, which he headed; the Biscayne Masonic Lodge, the Scottish Rite and Mahi Shrine Temple. His friends urge his unassailed reputation for integrity and business ability as a prime reason for his election to office, urging that Bauer will bring to the commission the ability needed to cope with its varied and manifold problems. William E., better known to hit thousands of business friends as "Fighting Kill." Lester, is receiving tinenthusiastic support of many of the leading business and professional men of Miami in his Alexander Orr, Jr., candidate for the city commission, is asking for election on the basis of clean, sensible and efficient municipal government, He points to hi? record in public life, as proof of his unselfish devotion to the welfare of the community. He was a leader in the battle to compel greyhound tracks to contribute libera y to the charities of Hade County, and was the chairman of the committee through whose work three thousand dollars was recently presented to the Jewish Welfare Bureau in addition to the other thousandof dollars distributed for Welfare work. His public service record includes: President (2 years) Florida State Association Plumbing and Hcating2 Dealers; president (2 years) Miami Builders' Exchange; President (2 years) Miami Chamber of Commerce; jvice-prcnident. National Association Builders Exchange (Washington); president. I lade County Council, Boy Scouts; president (past) Miami Rotary Club; president, Greater Miami Port Association; president (past). Hade County Tax Relief Association: state director, American Taxpayer' League (Washington); director (past), Miami Community chest; director (past), Hade County Welfare Hoard; disaster chairman, American Red Cross (Ilade County chapter); director, Miami Relief Program (Wist Palm Beach disaster); director, Miami Relief Program (Homestead and Florida Keys disaster); chairman, Greyhound Welfare Fund; president, Miami Civic Music Association. nates. I want you to know that I did ii for your sake only, like whom we have not so many examples of devotion and self-sacrifice. I thought it would enhance the prestige of yourself and of Hadassah and that this request be granted under all circumstances. (Signed) I)K. S. HKRNSTEIN. Many of the leading business men of the city are rallying to the support of Robert W. Reed, prominent business man, engineer and contractor, who is a candidate for the office of city commissioner. With an experience which includes thirty years' active service as an engineer in North and South America, as city engineer of Fast Chicago and as the contractor for the erection of many bridges and bascules in this area, his friends urge his election to the office. They point to his maturity, experience, ability and unquestioned integrity as being the very qualifications which a real commissioner should possess in order that the residents and taxpayers may obtain an honest and businesslike administration of city affairs. He is running for the office without pledges of any kind to any selfish interests and promises only an administration for the good of the community. Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and director of the Radio Synagog, will preach over station WIOD a 1 nine o'c lock on Sunday morning on "Deciphering the Code." There also will be prayers, scripture reading and a question box.



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Friday. : %  % %  %  • %  THE JEWISH PI.ORIDIAN Page Five Tplimu par! in cercm niea cf B'nai B'rith I he initiation class are shown above. .'i Be ncmot r i i ocal .1 who e Imtfai d into Ibe organization. Otucei i of the lodge and members of Temple—most sensa:ii discovery of the year —will lie seen at the Tivoli Thenning Sunday, in one of %  pictures, "Bright Eyes." :n. %  • %  .lames Dunn is cast as Shirley's leading man — a tact which is said to have enchanted ling star. th ing dii nt of th; hila iituations in th • pit ture, "Tl Kansas Citj Princi BR," which opens al ill %  s.--. nth A -nua I Sun lay. I story concerns chiefly the ove ep sodes and mad adventures if two midwest mani mists, alhough a gangster, a millionaire playboy, his wife and her lover and two small town aldermen and their wives aii' all mixed up in the pori nf laughter. Joan Blon lell and Glenda Parrel! have the roles of the two goldmillionaire. Robert Armstrong as •ou t. Mr-. Leo Chaikin, chairtcrnational airport restaurant. A mar. of this function, presided as beautiful clock for traveling was ant, Miss Reggie Goldstein, jury. presented to the past president, Mrs. Sidney W'eintraub of Miami. The Donor's Dinner Dance, sponMore K1 ""' memb *rs : "" '" appreciation of her services, sored annually by Junior Hadas' '"'"' l i "'" "'" Mii ""' Becl '"" f ,m Chairmen of various committees -ah. was held Monday evening at National Council of Jewish Wornreported on the past year's work, the Royal Palm Club. The pron attended the annual installation Toastmaster for the occasion was gram was carried out humorously uncheon held last week at the InMrs. Albert E. Rosenthal. along the lines of a session at the gangster and llohait Cavanaugh and T. Roy Barne • as the small town aldermen. P iew audiences in Hollywood are aid to have greeted "Bright 1 as the finest and most • inning picture in which Shih y has been seen. A human a,|| l mpelling story, that at momentl.rings the tears, is comwith thrills that will chill ines of any audience. II' supporting cast includes Darwell, Lois Wilson, Judith Allen, Theodore von Kltz, Dorothy y, Jane Withers, Charles Brandon Hurst and Walter Orville Rigby Candidate for Rc-Elertion for CITY COMMISSIONER Stands for the Best Interest of All the People Paid Politic I Advertisement I AMBULANCE SERVICE AHERN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHERN, Pre*. 1349 West Flakier Street Telephone 2 2211 WHEN IN JACKSONVILLE EAT AT Hejjal's Kosher Restaurant 507 I.AL'RA ST. (Opposite Cohen Bros. Dept. Store) OPEN ALL HOURS HIIIUI ttlM"KI ""> %  IIMItlllilllillMUtlU. BOBBINS ROOFING SHEET METAL WORKS Lesponsible Roofers since 191W. Inspections and Estimates Free. lit N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-3706 E2T- He Sure to Take Advantage of Our SUMMER SPECIAL A BUDGET BUNDLE Everything Washed and Ironed SAVE! On Yo:(r Family Washing 10 Lbs u $1.59 Additional at 10c Lb. %  %  %  I'amih llundle to consist of at least one-half Flat Work Excess of "earing apparel oxer Flat charged additional 10c II). HOME SERVICE IfLsunttn l. tangles and marital mixups White Oak Leather HALF SOLES ..50c LADIES' HEELS 15e Atlantic Shoe Shop 211 N. E. Fint ATB Oil. CorUs lot*] CAMP WOHELO FOR GIRLS Located in the IPue Ridce M'uint ;i i cf I'emuyl. an.a SIX lUCM—lvt larici BUCCC flll ml SIX yi'.-irs <Mj pan nU BIX yean of hoppy eampenl SIX yean of excellent camp facilities! six yean of Mine iupervialc.nl SIX hoppy yt-ars! Pof informntion write* or phone BERTHA BERKOWK II LEVY (lwn and Dire-tor 1625 B. W. ISlh St. MIAMI. Fl.OKIDA I'hunc J-8710 123.1 S. W EIGHTH ST PHONE 2-7.W The Best in Groceries. Meats. Fruits and Vegetables ^W*tf^i% !" N 1*J v-* -It .*•! I Itt MOM /.J.M FOR FRESH SEA FOODS Stop at CAPT. TOM'S FiSH MART OUR PRICES ARK THE LOWEST If it ia Sra Food. •' have it at it vcrr bml. and at attractively low prior*, ilur iii.-ihi.il of handlingand arllinr Sra Food ia in oh.rrv.ncr with all thr aanitary mle. and NfU ations.



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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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THE JEWISH UNITY
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
lol. 8No. 18
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1985
Price Five Cents
Announcements
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
1
Early services begin at 6 p. m.
iturday morning services begin
9. Mincha services begin at 0
m., followed by the Shalosh Sau-
ih and Maariv services. Sunday
fchool is held at the Y. M. H. A.,
eginning at 10 a. m. Rogistra-
lon for new students for the daily
Jobrcw classes will continue daily
It the synagogue between :t and I!
I. in. for the next two weeks.
IETII DAVID CONGREGATION
(Connervative)
139 S. W. Third Ave.
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Jewish News
Around the
World
Nazis Start Drive to Exclude Jews
From Office in United States
The usual early services begin
It I! p. m. Saturday morning serv-
tes begin at 8. The Junior Con-
gregation meets at 10:30 a. m.
lincha services begin at 6 p. m.,
lowed by the Maariv service.
The Junior Cong, meets every
Saturday at 10:30 a. m. with Jun-
ior Cantor Ginsburg and Jr. Rabbi
cheinberg in charge of services,
the Bar Mitzva Boys' Breakfast
flub meets Sunday at 8 a. m. for
ervices, followed by breakfast.
Proposed Gateway Containing Chapel and Emergency Tahara Room for Greater Miami Jewish Ceme-
tery Association and Sisterhood of Chescd Shel Ernes
Jr. Hadassah
To Name Queen
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
|l I Washington Ave., Miami Beach
AVID I. ROSEN BLOOM, Rabbi
The usual services begin at 5
. in. Saturday morning services
legin at 8, with an address by the
kabbi in Yiddish. Cantor Boris
Ichlachman will chant the services.
pmOCTOW by the Chevra Thilim.
ITEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E. Nineteenth St.
)R. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
The regular Friday evening
icrvices will begin at 8:15 o'clock.
t)r. Jacob H. Kaplan will speak
In "Adolph S. Ochs, a Great Amer-
ican's Definition of Judaism."
J On Saturday morning the sub-
led of Dr. Kaplan's sermonette
ill be "The Sanctification of
Ufa." Saturday morning services
egin at 11 o'clock and are held in
apian Hall.
Plans have been completed for
the annual May Day dance beinfc
sponsored by Junior Hadassah the
evening of May 5th at Beautiful
Deauville, Miami Beach. At this
affair a May Queen is chosen, an-
nually, from candidates Bponsore l
by local organization-. The fol-
lowing have been entered: Miss
Marion Blank, Senior Hadassah:
Miss Ethel Diamond, Y. M. II. A.;
Miss Arlene Aronovitz, Senior
Council of Jewish Women; Mi-s
Lee Kasanoff, Junior Council of
Jewish Women; Miss Ida Engler,
Beth David Sisterhood; Miss Edna
Leibovitz, Temple Israel Sister-
h.....1; Miss Beatrice Silver, Beth
David Sisterhood; Miss Sylvia
Miles, Jewish Welfare Bureau.
Souvenir programs will be distrib-
uted and ballots will be cast ..t
the door.
Ladies Will
Install Officers
Pemple to
Induct Leaders
The following program has been
i ranged for the installation
I'.mcheon of the Sisterhood of Tem-
' < Israel, which takes place at
8:30 p. m., May 6, at the Strath-
pavan hotel in Miami Beach.
Mrs. J. H. Kaplan will give the
i vocation followed by a group of
nigs by Mrs. Bertram Raff. The
leport of the retiring president,
Wis. I. M. Weinstein, will precede
he installation of new officers,
onducted by Mrs. E. Max Gold-
stein, toastmaster for the occasion.
Remarks by the new president,
Whs. Isaac Levin, will be followed
Officers of the Ladies' Auxiliary
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation will be formally inducted
into office Sunday evening. May
12th, at the clubrooms of the Y.
M. H. A., beginning at II o'clock,
when dinner will be served. A for-
mal program will be presented,
with speakers and entertainment.
Following the dinner those who de-
sire will be permitted to play
raids. The public is invited to at-
tend. Admission, including supper,
will be 75 cents. In charge of ar-
rangements are Mesdames N.
Blumberg, M. Traeger and II.
Shulman. Reservations may be
made with any member of the com-
mittee or with officers of the aux-
iliary.
by a vocal duet composed of Mrs.
Raff and Mrs. Herbert U. Feibcl-
man. Dr. J. H. Kaplan will give
the closing address. Mrs. Laurence
Sapero will be the accompanist
for all the singers.
An Open Letter
City Editor,
.1 wish Floridian,
City.
Dear Sir:
It may be of interest to the read-
ers of your valuable paper to read
my comment on a very important
message I received last week, and
it ought to be of interest to think-
ing Jewish people throughout the
country.
I have just had a letter from my
colleague in Terre Haute. End., in
which he states:
"It will delight you to know that
the local community is being
merged into one congregation,
This will give us over Slid soul*
and particularly a fine united
school. The hulk of the credit for
pioneering goes to you. All of us
joined in appreciating you at the
open meeting that launched the
project."
The reason I have been given
credit for this fine piece of work
is because when I was rabbi there
20 yea..- ago I organize i a Hebrew
school at the Orthodox Congrega-
tion with the Orthodox rabbi and
myself as the teachers in that
school. On various Sabbaths, ,.s
well as the second day of any fes-
tival, I visited the synagogue and
preached there. This interest in
the Orthodox congregation on the
part of the reform rabbi made a
deep impression on the whole com-
munity, so that the seeds that I
planted 20 years ago for a better
understanding have just borne
fruit.
Nothing in all my life has given
me greater pleasure than this news
from my friend and colleague,
Rabbi J. Marshall Taxay, as loot-
ed above.
My conviction is that American
Israel lacks true leaders, both lay
and professional. The leaders in
the Orthodox congregation seldom
understand the Jews of the reform
congregations, and the Jews of the
reform congregation seldom act
with proper sympathies and under-
standing of the other phases of
Jewish life. And the leaders of all
(Continued on Page 6)
B'Nai B'Rith to
Convene Sunday
Delegates i.om the United
States and Canada will gather in
Washington, D. C, between May -1
and S to attend B'nai B'rith's four-
teenth quinquennial convention.
Hon. Joseph W. Byrne, speaker
of the United States House of Rep-
resentatives, will be guest of hon-
or and principal speaker at the
convention banquet Monday eve-
ning, May San Francisco, first vice-president
of the order, will deliver an ad-
dress. Hon. Alfred .\|. Cohen, pres-
ident of the order, who will pre-
side at all tne convention sessions,
will be toastmaster.
B'nai B'rith now functions in 30
countries throughout the world,
but the only delegate from across
the seas will be Hon. M. Gordon
Liverman, president of the district
grand lodge of Great Britain and
Ireland, who will deliver an ad
dress on "B'nai B'rith in Europe"
Tuesday morning. The convention
will be addressed the following day
by Norman Bentwich, former At-
torney General of Palestine.
During the convention reports
will be given on the work of the
B'nai B'rith llillel Foundations in
tin universities as Jewish educa-
tional, religious and social centers;
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith; Aleph Zadik Aleph,
hospitals and other philanthropies.
The tale of the order's manifold
activities in behalf of German
Jewry during the last three years
will be told in full. Other reports
will deal with the order's Ameri-
canization program, the Wider
Scope, the Washington Bureau, the |
B'nai B'rith Mexican Bureau and
the far-flung network of B'nai
B'rith cultural, educational, social,
religious, philanthropic and emer-
gency relief activities throughout
four of the five continents in the
world.
On Sunday afternoon a wreath
will be laid on the tomb of the
Unknown Soldier in Arlington Na-
tional Cemetery. Dr. I. M. Ru-
binnw, secretary of the order, will
deliver his report on Monday.
New YorkA campaign to ex-
dude Jews from public office in
the United States is being organ-
ized by the American National So-
cialist League, one of tne two Nazi
organizations in this country, it
was disclosed at a rally in the
Bronx. Dr. Herbert Laage, one of
the leaders of the league, read ex-
cerpts from a forthcoming booklet
soon to be published for the guid-
ance of members, and these ex-
cerpts made clear the Nazi pro-
gram. In commenting on the pro-
gram Laage said, "These ideas
must be impressed as flaming
swords in our minds. Then will we
National Socialists be able to car-
ry our idea througnout the United
States for the benefit of ourselves
and the entire nation.
Election Victory Stirs Dutch Nazis
to Bush Anti-Semitism
Amsterdam Encouraged by its
j sensational victories in its first en-
I trance into politics, the Dutch Nazi
party is moving to rid Holland of
what it calls the Jewish influence
in banking and political affairs.
By capturing thirty-nine provin-
cial council seats, seven per cent
of the total, the .Nazis have become
a political force to he reckoned
with. Tne party's program is not
overly anti-Semitic, but the utter-
ances of iis spokesmen and its well
known link to Berlin indicate thut
it is definitely hostile to the Jews.
Yevserov, Pioneer Zionist Leader,
Dead at H.'l
Tel AvivYehuda Zvi Yevserov,
one of the founders of the world
Zionist movement, is dead here at
the age of cS.i. He gained fame
throughout Europe as a synagogue
preacher who brought to Jews of
Russia the message of Zion rebuilt.
His activities during the '80s and
'00s were regarded as instrumental
in creating among Jews a practical
desire for the rebuilding of the an-
cient Jewish homeland.
New Workers Settlement Founded
in Palestine
Rehoboth, Palestine Another
link was added to Palestine's chain
of modern workers' settlements
when foundation stone ceremonies
were held nearby at Ramat Aaron
Kisenberg, a new small holding set-
tlement named after one of the
earliest pioneers of Rehoboth. The
entire settlement consists of fifty-
six dunams of land bequeathed to
the Keren Kayemeth by the de-
ceased Eisenberg. I.oans to build
twenty small homesteads of 2'2
dunams each are beieng provided to
the workers by the B'nai B'rith
lodge of Rohoboth. The home-
steads include small allotments of
land which will be developed by
the laborers in their spare time.
It is hoped that this type of work-
ers' settlement will be the pre-
cursor of others throughout the
country.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, May .'t, 1935
The marriage nuptials of Miss
Sylvia Farr, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. II. II. Farr, to Mr. Harry H.
Solomon of 1'aterson, N. J., will
be solemnized this afternoon at the
home of the bride's parents with
Rabbi Max Shapiro Of Beth David
Congregation officiating. Miss
Helen Farkas will play the pro-
cessional. Miss Irene Farr will be
maid of honor and Mr. J. John
I X, a prominent attorney of Bos-
ton, Mass.. who arrived here Tues-
day, will be best man. Following
eremony, the members of the
family will attend a bridal dinner
at the Palatial Kosher Restaurant.
At 8 o'clock in the evening the
parents of the bride will tender a
reception at their home to all their
friends. In the reception line will
Mrs. II. II. Farr, mother of the
Miss Irene Farr, Mrs. Lewis
Brown, Mrs. Tillie Farkas, Mrs.
I.ou I.iberman of Boston, Mass.,
Mrs. William Farr. Miss Helen
Farkas aim .Mrs. K. Max Goldstein.
Among those who arrived to at-
tend the ceremony were Mrs. Lou
I.iberman of Boston and Mr. S. Sol-
omon of Paterson, N. J., father of
the groom.

A very interesting and enter-
taining event was the benefit mu-
slcali held last Tuesday afternoon
at Mazica Hall, the proceeds of
which were applied to the work of
the Jewish Welfare Bureau. Mrs.
Bertha B. Levy was chairman
of the arrangements committee.
Among the artists taking part
were Winifred Kates .lames. Ruby
Showers Baker. Sylvia Olmsted,
John Miedema, Senora Bakeria,
Aly- Swords and others of the lo-
cal artistic colony.
Mr. Hym in S. Jacobs, first vice-
president of the District Grand
Lodge of B'nai B'rith, was the guest
of honor and prncpal speaker at
a meeting of the local B'nai B'rith
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HYMAN S. JACOBS
First Vice-President District Grand
Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
Lodge last Thursday night at the
Talmud Torah. Mr. I. Levin pre-
sided. Mr Jacobs told of the work
of B'nai B'rith internationally and
then formally installed the officers
elected several months ago. A
large class of members were ini-
tiated by Mr. Henry Xadclweiss.
assisted by officers of the lodge.
The lodge is now engaged in a
membership campagn to bring sc\
eral hundred members into the
lodge.
* :
Mrs. Benj. Levine is sponsoring
a benefit card party for the La-
dies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Wel-
fare Buieau on Tuesday afternoon.
May 14th, at her home, 826 Or-
tega ave., Coral Gables. The pub-
lic is invited to attend. Prizes will
be awarded for high scores and re-
freshments will be served.
*
The Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith,
s arranging a Mother's Day cele-
bration at Beth David Talmud To-
rah auditorium on Mother's Day,
Sunday, May 12th, beginning at 8
p. m. A musical program will be
presented during the evening, and
a number of prominent speakers
will address the guests. Refresh-
ments will be served and no charge
will be made. Stanley C. Myers, a
past president of the lodge, will ,
preside. Full details will appear
in our next issue.

A special meeting id' Beth David '
Sisterhood was held at the Talmud
Torah last Monday afternoon when
it was decided to begin a cam-
paign to rai.-e funds for refur-
nishing of the kitchen of the con-
gregation. Mis. Lewis Brown is
chairman and she is being assisted
by Mesdames Ignatz Wohl and
Morris Dubler. The first of a
series of card parties will be held
shortly to raise funds, with Mrs.
William Robinson and Mr-. Sul
Rotfort as the hostesses. Details
will be announced in our next issue.
*
The annual picnic for the ch'l-
dren of Beth David Sunday Bchoo,
will be held the las! Sunday in
May at the Las Olas Casino, Fort
Lauderdale. Mr. Stanley ('. My< rs
will be in charge of arrangements.
Contests will Ik' held and prizes
will be awarded.
*
The annual confirmation exer-
for the graduating members
of Beth David Sunday school will
be held the first Sunday in June.
according to an announcement by
Rabbi Max Shapiro of the congre-
gation.
*
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau will hold
the formal installation of its re-
cently elected officers cm Monday,
May 20th. In charge of arrange-
ments i- a committee consisting of
Me-,lames Ida Optner. Julius Simp.
- ,n, II. I. Magid, A. Kaufman, F.
Kirstein, F. Cor.:. M. LeviBe, Mor-
. Dubler, II. X. Levy and Lewis
Broun. Reservations may be made
with any member of the commit-
The formal installation of offi-
of Beth David Sisterhood will
1. held at Beth David Talmud To-
rah on Wednesday, May loth, at
ij::;.' o'clock, when a formal pro-
gram will be presented. In charge
of ai 1 ang.....nl are Mrs. M.
Daum. Mrs. M. Dubler, Mrs. L. J.
Hart/, and Mrs. J. Fngler. The
public is invited to attend.

Ten students were confirmed
Sunday evening at Beth Ja-
1 regation, Miami Beach.
During the ceremonies speech -
on the Ten Commandments and the
"Cardinal Principles of the Jewish
Religion" were gicen by members
of the class,
Those confirmed were Sidney L.
Besvinick, Mildred Berkowitz, Dor-
othy German, Irving Goldstein,
Doris Klein. Finest J. London, Al-
bert Solo, Marion Schulwolfe,
Shirley Kraft and Marscha Uncles.
Their teacher is A. Louis Mechlo-
witz, local attorney.
Mrs. II. /.. Zilverman, president
of the Beth Jacob Sisterhood, pre-
sented the class with Bibles. Rabbi
David I. Rosenbloom delivered the
Bermon and Rabbi .Max Shapiro of
David Congregation present-
ed certificates. An addres- was
made by Philip Liberman, presi.
dent of the Congregation.
The musical program featured
Cantor Boris Schlachman, ton,
Barney Kraft, Mrs. J. Adler and
Mrs. Rosenbloom. A reception
followed the ceremonies.
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Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of
Beth Jacob Congregation o
ed at the wedding cercmoin unit-
ing in marriage Miss Latheril
St.inberg. daughter of Mr and
Mrs. Max Steinberg of Miami
[{each, to Mr. Alfred R. Elliot last
night at the Prince George Hotel.
The bride was attended I | her
sister-in-law. Mrs. Leo C. Stein-
berg, as matron of honor, ai hi.
M. II. Morris was best man. Fol-
lowing the ceremony, whicl wai
attended by members of tie fam-
ily and a large number of
a reception was held at the I'rincc
George Hotel. The couple bit for
a honeymoon trip, after which they
will make their home here.
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Nominations for officers for the
coming year of the Young Men-
Hebrew Association will be held
at the clubrooma of the organiza-
tion next Wednesday evening, May
8th, beginning at 8 o'clock sharp
All members are urged to attcd.
Important business of the organi-
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A Sunday Twilight Concert will j
be presented under the auspices if
fewish Temple Sunday, Hay
12th, ;it :i p. m. Nelson Breit, or-
ganist and choir director, will have
charge of the program. Proceeds
will be used for the choir fund.
lect was "My God and the God of
My Fathers," and he was assisted
by the Rodoph Sholom choir. This
program was broadcast from
WDAE, Tampa, by Mr. Sol Fleisch-
man.
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN
Field Representative
The Daughters of Israel are
___, sponsoring a costume and tacky
'-' "* "~ 'tfcgAg^'t fig "'" "+ "^^ ''"'-' '["'-^ "vening, May 21st,
at the Jacksonville Jewish Center,
This will be the last event of the
season. Prizes will be awarded
for the most beautiful and tackiest
costumes. Miss Ethel Joel la
ticket chairman, Mrs. J, Hackel in
charge id" music, Mrs. 1). Blattnor
and Mrs. J. Sloat in charge of re-
freshments, A children's picnic is
being sponsored by the organiza-
SUBSCKIPTION tion for Wednesday, June 12th.
B) -i PALM BEACH
EL SCHOTZEK
Representative
ORLANDO
[RENE BRAVERMAN
Representative
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN
Representative
TAMPA
MRS. U. H. KISI.EB
Representative
WEST FLORIDA BUSINESS AGRNT
S. G. AkOSON
4209 Central Are., Tampa, Fla.
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FRIDAY. MAY 3, 1935
Lionel Elozory, son of Mr. and
Mrs. II. Elozory, read the Kiddush
al rvices Friday night. Satur-
day morning he read the Haftoro.
Lionel Is just 6H years old and is
the youngest member of the R i
doph Sholom Hebrew school.
The Kodoph Sholom Hebrew and
Sunday schools have resumed
classes after the Passover holidays.
Are We Coming Together?
We note with much interest a communication from
Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple Israel. It but brings
closer to us certain occurrences which may have gone un-
noticed by some, but much significance attached to by
others.
We refer to the united campaign now in progress in the
Greater New York area to bring the Jew back to the syna-
gogue. This movement is being planned, nursed, matured.
directed and financed by Orthodox Jews. Conservative Jews
and Reform Jews, HAND-IN-HAND, all for the common
good and understanding.
Those who have really understood the basic faith of our
people have never failed to take into consideration the cardi-
nal principle, "The righteoufc; of all nations shall receive their
reward hereafter." We Jews are taught not to look down
on others because they do not see things as we do we do
not believe that only our faith provides a true salvation .
Can we not, as Jews to Jews, better understand one an-
other? The tragedy of German Jewish life, where the tier-
man Jew looked down upon the East European Jew. would
not associate with him because of some non-existent differ-
ences or fancied superiority, is yet too close at hand to have
permitted us to forget.
We can and should respect each other for our respective
beliefs, and we should aid one another in matters of common
faith and of common welfare. Thus, together with firm re-
specl for the other man. we can march forward for the cause
of Judaism and humanity.
A Flayshige Knishes party was
g ven by the Ladies' Hebrew Shel-
tering Aid Society Tuesday. Mrs.
J, Shapiro was chairman and was
assisted by Mesdames R. Rosen-
berg, D. Rosenthal, A. Shapiro, P.
Lazarus, R. Rosenzvaig, A. Nabin
and W. Rosenberg. Cards were
played and prizes were given for
nigh scores.
Mrs. Max \. Oberdorfer, found-
er and first president of the Jewish
Women's League, now the Temple
Sisterhood, died last Friday after-
noon. Kahhi Dr. Israel L. Kaplan
of the Temple officiated at the fu-
neral and interment was in the
Temple Cemetery,
The third annual picnic of the
Women's Auxiliary of Kodoph Sho-
lom Temple will he held May 19th
at Lakeside Park, two miles south
of l.utz. Mrs. I. Scgall is general
chairman and will be assisted by
Mrs. L. Liebman as co-cnairman,
Mrs. S. Marks and a large com-
mittee.
Swimming and games will be en-
joyed and a round trip ticket to
New York City will he (riven as a
draw prize.
race for the city commission. Lead-
ing Jewish and non-Jewish husi-
ni'.-s men point to his record in
the past several years before the
city commission, particularly in the
sah's and personal tax fights as
reason for his election to the of-
fice of city commissioner. He ;>
15 years old, married, anil has had
eight years' service with the U. S.
Marines, two honorable discharges
and a medal of honor. He has a
business career including -ales and
service, real estate and advertis-
ing, and for the past -everal years
has been directing the work of the
Miami Board Of Trade. lie has
been a resident of Miami for the
past eleven years, and has had con-
siderable experience with the af-
fairs of the municipal corporation
and is baaing his fight "for the
protection and welfare of our per-
manent citizens."
Mrs. Sam Weiss is local chair-
man for the Hadassah campaign
for the building fund for the new
medical Hadassah centre in Pal-
estine. she is being assisted by
Mrs. Ira Stein, Mrs. II. Silverstein,
Mrs. L. Klepper, Mrs. D. Davis,
Mrs. Marx Baker and Mrs. Ben
Stein.
A Pleasing Solution
Just a short time ago the Jewish men and women of
'his city were being asked to help several families who had
been brought into this country illegally from Cuba. The men
and families of splendid standing were imprisoned Various
organizations were asked to aid. among them the Jewish
Welfare Bureau. Mr. Abe Aronovitz took an active part in
their behalf. r ..
We are indebted to Mrs. Max Dohnn. president of the
Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah. for the closing episode
April 12. 1 !>>>
To Mrs. Dobrin:
Enclosed is a copy of the letter sent me by or
S. Bernstein, the head of the Palestine department
of the Zionist Organization of America. I lease note
'hat I have obligated myself and Hadassah lor the
case.
However, I am happy to have been instrumen-
tal in helping to solve the problem and to bring re-
lief to the distressed Levine family and Alexander.
(Signed) MRS. EDWARD JACOBS,
National President ol Hadassah.
To Mrs. Jacobs: ., ,.
You are probably aware that the Palestine De-
partment has taken care of the two f"n"l,es '"
prisoned in Miami (the Levine family and Alexan-
der), in behalf of whom you intervened, and lor
whom we have obtained entry permits to 11 alestini.
I want vou to know that it was not the people
who moved me to make the most strenuous efforts
in order to secure for them certificates. I here are
thousands like them and I see no reason why one
should be singled out from the many other untortu-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Robinowitz
of Riverside celebrated their silver
wedding anniversary at a lovely
dinner party in their home Sun-
day evening.
Flowers were used tnroughout in
decorating and the dinner table on
which the delicious course dinner
.\.i served was appointed beauti-
fully.
Harry Katz, nephew of Mr. and
Mrs. Robinowitz, acted as toast-
master. Every guest present made
a -pecial toast to the host and
hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. Robinowitz were
the recipients of many lovely gifts
and telegrams of congratulation.
Enjoying this event were, besides
the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Max Weiss,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Katz, Mr. and
Mrs. I. Silverberg, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Sloat, Mr. and Mrs. P. Safer,
Mr. and Mrs. Myer Samuel, Miss
Rosalind Silverberg, Arnold Silver-
berg and Matthew Sloat.
Tampa Notes
The all day outing given by the
V. M. II. A. at Lakeside will take
place Sunday, June 10th, instead
of April 28th, as was announced in
I ist week's Floridian.
Mr. Sol Maas was elected presi-
dent of the Tampa Merechants' As-
sociation at its annual meeting
held at the Floridan Hotel last
week. He succeeds II. II. Gifford.
Alvin Magnon was elected vieo-
president and Mr. Fred Wolf as
treasurer. Members serving on the
board are Mr. David Falk, Mr.
Gilford, L. A. McGeachy, P. P.
Macon, Julius Weil, Simon Kssrig,
David Brownie and K. D. Warner.
The Tampa section, National
Council of Jewish Women, met
Monday afternoon at .'1 o'clock at
the University of Tampa. "History
of the American Drama" was the
subject and Mr. Daniel Fager of
the university gave the play read-
ing. "The Children's Hour."
Rabbi Adolph Burger broadcast
direct from the synagogue at Pass-
over services Wednesday evening,
April 21th, at 8 o'clock. His sub-
Tne unveiling of the tombstone
for Mr. Moses Smith took place
last Sunday morning, April 28th,
at 10 o'clock at Rodoph Sholom
Cemetery, with Rabbi Adolph Bur-
lier officiating.
Political Briefs
N. N. "Nate" Bauer is waging
one of the most active fights in
the entire race for the city com-
mission. Since his arrival in
Miami in 1921 he has had a varied
and successful business career. He
has been engaged in the auto busi-
ness, associated with WIOD radio
station and is now operating as a
member of the firm of the B. &
W. Klectric Sales Co. at N. Miami
ave. During his residence in
Miami he has been actively identi-
fied with many of the communal
welfare works of the city, and is
a member of the Masonic Grotto,
which he headed; the Biscayne Ma-
sonic Lodge, the Scottish Rite and
Mahi Shrine Temple. His friends
urge his unassailed reputation for
integrity and business ability as a
prime reason for his election to of-
fice, urging that Bauer will bring
to the commission the ability need-
ed to cope with its varied and man-
ifold problems.
William E., better known to hit
thousands of business friends as
"Fighting Kill." Lester, is receiv-
ing tin- enthusiastic support of
many of the leading business and
professional men of Miami in his
Alexander Orr, Jr., candidate
for the city commission, is asking
for election on the basis of clean,
sensible and efficient municipal
government, He points to hi? rec-
ord in public life, as proof of his
unselfish devotion to the welfare
of the community. He was a lead-
er in the battle to compel grey-
hound tracks to contribute libera y
to the charities of Hade County,
and was the chairman of the com-
mittee through whose work three
thousand dollars was recently pre-
sented to the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau in addition to the other thou-
sand- of dollars distributed for
Welfare work. His public service
record includes: President (2
years) Florida State Association
Plumbing and Hcating2 Dealers;
president (2 years) Miami Build-
ers' Exchange; President (2 years)
Miami Chamber of Commerce;
jvice-prcnident. National Associa-
tion Builders Exchange (Washing-
ton); president. I lade County Coun-
cil, Boy Scouts; president (past)
Miami Rotary Club; president,
Greater Miami Port Association;
president (past). Hade County Tax
Relief Association: state director,
American Taxpayer' League
(Washington); director (past), Mi-
ami Community chest; director
(past), Hade County Welfare
Hoard; disaster chairman, Ameri-
can Red Cross (Ilade County chap-
ter); director, Miami Relief Pro-
gram (Wist Palm Beach disaster);
director, Miami Relief Program
(Homestead and Florida Keys dis-
aster); chairman, Greyhound Wel-
fare Fund; president, Miami Civic
Music Association.
nates. I want you to know that I did ii for your
sake only, like whom we have not so many exam-
ples of devotion and self-sacrifice. I thought it
would enhance the prestige of yourself and of Ha-
dassah and that this request be granted under all
circumstances.
(Signed) I)K. S. HKRNSTEIN.
Many of the leading business
men of the city are rallying to the
support of Robert W. Reed, prom-
inent business man, engineer and
contractor, who is a candidate for
the office of city commissioner.
With an experience which includes
thirty years' active service as an
engineer in North and South Amer-
ica, as city engineer of Fast Chi-
cago and as the contractor for the
erection of many bridges and bas-
cules in this area, his friends urge
his election to the office. They
point to his maturity, experience,
ability and unquestioned integrity
as being the very qualifications
which a real commissioner should
possess in order that the residents
and taxpayers may obtain an hon-
est and businesslike administration
of city affairs. He is running for
the office without pledges of any
kind to any selfish interests and
promises only an administration
for the good of the community.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder
and director of the Radio Synagog,
will preach over station WIOD a1
nine o'c lock on Sunday morning on
"Deciphering the Code." There also
will be prayers, scripture reading
and a question box.


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Templemost sensa-
:ii discovery of the year
will lie seen at the Tivoli The-
nning Sunday, in one of
pictures, "Bright Eyes."
:n. .lames Dunn is cast
as Shirley's leading mana tact
which is said to have enchanted
ling star.
th ing dii nt of th; hila i-
ituations in th pit ture, "Tl
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Sun lay.
I story concerns chiefly the
ove ep sodes and mad adventures
if two midwest mani mists, al-
hough a gangster, a millionaire
playboy, his wife and her lover and
two small town aldermen and their
wives aii' all mixed up in the
pori nf laughter.
Joan Blon lell and Glenda Par-
rel! have the roles of the two gold-
millionaire. Robert Armstrong as
ou t. Mr-. Leo Chaikin, chair- tcrnational airport restaurant. A
mar. of this function, presided as beautiful clock for traveling was
ant, Miss Reggie Goldstein, jury. presented to the past president,
Mrs. Sidney W'eintraub of Miami.
The Donor's Dinner Dance, spon- More "K1" ""' memb*rs :""! '" appreciation of her services,
sored annually by Junior Hadas- '!'"'"'l"i "'" "'" Mii""' Becl'"" "f ,m' Chairmen of various committees
-ah. was held Monday evening at National Council of Jewish Worn- reported on the past year's work,
the Royal Palm Club. The pro- n attended the annual installation Toastmaster for the occasion was
gram was carried out humorously uncheon held last week at the In- Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal.
along the lines of a session at
the gangster and llohait Cava-
naugh and T. Roy Barne as the
small town aldermen.
P iew audiences in Hollywood
are aid to have greeted "Bright
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inning picture in which
Shih y has been seen. A human
a,||l mpelling story, that at mo-
ment- l.rings the tears, is com-
with thrills that will chill
ines of any audience.
II' supporting cast includes
Darwell, Lois Wilson, Judith
Allen, Theodore von Kltz, Dorothy
y, Jane Withers, Charles
Brandon Hurst and Walter
Orville Rigby
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