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The Jewish Floridian ( May 17, 1935 )

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^Jewish Fiendlan % combining THE JEWISH UNITY FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY % Vol. 8—No. 20 .MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1935 Price Five Cunts Highlights at Washington The name of Constitution Grand I idge lias been changed by revision of tlic order's ((institution and bylaws to "Supreme Lodge of B'nal B'rith." Headquarters of the order will transferred to Washington, D. (., at such time as the executive committee determines, but not later than three years. The convention will be held liereter every three years instead of live. Dr. Isaac M. Rubinow, executive secretary of the order, reported that tlie membership is now 67,000, a decline of 7,000, as compared with 1980, but the number of lodges increased from 602 to 627 in the same period. Emphasizing that B'nai B'rith had successfully passed through a crisis which threatened its very existence, Dr. Rubinow told the delegates that in five years since the last convention the order expended §1,000,1100 on philanthropic and cultural acidities as part of its program of concentrating on Jewish culture and the organization of efforts for improving the civil and social position of the Jews. Enlargement of the powers and jurisdiction of the Joint Consultative Council, which includes repreentatives of the B'nai B'rith, American Jewish Congress and American Jewish Committee, so ai to make it authorized spokesman of American Jewry in all matters affecting Jews as Jews, regardless of the distinctions that ordinarily divide them was demanded by Alfred M. Cohen, international president of the B'nai B'rith. As a means of obtaining accurate first-hand information regarding the problems facing Jewish students in American colleges, the %  invention, through its Hillel Foundation Commission, authorized the establishment of a bureau of research on a national scale to undertake a scientific study of the numbers of Jewish students in the universities, their vocations trends and their status on the campus. The commission also voted to sponsor an annual national Hillel day throughout the country on the first Saturday or Sunday following Purim. This day will be observed byhaving Hillel stdents occupy synagogue pulpits and to encourage B'nai B'rith lodges to co-operate in the celebration on campuses from coast to coast. Miami Responded One notes, ith a feeling of extreme happiness indeed, that the citizens of Miami were not found wanting last Tuesday. Calm deliberation, cool and collected judgment, and a study of the vital needs of the eit> prevailed over hysteria, rash promises, braggadocio and appeal to mob rule. The election of Robert R. Williams, Alexander Orr. Jr., and Orville Rigby to the city commission of .Miami showed that the citizenry of .Miami can be aroused to its civic duly when the occasion arises and necessity demands. Of particular interest to our people was the repudiation, in overwhelming and unmistakable fashion, of the appeal to the voters to reject one of the candidates simply because he was foreign born. The result shows in unmistakable terms that an appeal to prejudice such as was made in this case will not be tolerated by the thinking and decent citizen. It serves notice upon ail the people that a man must be judged solely upon his character and fitness for the office which he seeks. The appeal of the demaoKue in the Magic City of Miami has been silenced by an avalanche of votes. Miami is indeed to be congratulated on such action. It bespeaks well for its future. We know that every Jewish citizen and resident of our fair city can be counted on wholeheartedly by the members of the city commission, old as well as new, in every movement that has for its purpose the welfare of Miami. Y. M. H. A. to Hold Election Soon A: a recent meeting of the Y. M. II. A. officers were nominated for the coming year. They include Al Grossman, K. A. Pallott and Al Rosenfeld lor president; Sol Rotfort. .1. Atkins, M. Apte and A. Rosenfeld for vice-president; Nat Blumberg for treasurer; A. Reisinan, s. Levin, s. Turkel, P. Silverman and Joe Davis for recording secretary; A. Reisman, S. Turkel and Joe Davis for corresponding secretary; .1. Wilson, ('. Serkin, B. Siegel, .1. Hirsch, P. Berkowitz and P. Schantman for sergeant-atarms; .1. Apte, J. Davis and M. Jacobskind for finance chairman; B. Serkin, II. Apte and S. Shindel for house chairman; J. Davis, II. Apte, P. Berkowitz and B. Serkin for membership chairman; C. Sokolow for publicity chairman; F. Rose, J. Atkins, S. Seitlin and .1. Davis for entertainment chairman; R. Grossman, A. Cutler, E. Long, Joe Davis for athletic chairman; Boris Schlachman for chairman national affairs; for directors at large, S. Shindel, li. Serkin, II. Rose. I. Greenbaum, P. Berkowitz, J. Siegel, M. Jacobskind, Joe Greenberg, Jack Apte, Sid Segal, A. Cutler, Dr. Berkman, A. Rosenfeld, Sam Seitlin, II. Apte, Joe Davis, A. Grossman, A. Reisman, S. Turkel, M. Grossman, P. Silverman, S. Levin, <'. Serkin, J. Atkins and J. Hii'sch. Fleet ion of officers will be held on Wednesday, June 5th. Will Observe Jewish Book Week Jewish Hook Week, which is being observed nationally for the week from April 19th to April 25th, inclusive, will be concluded locally by a Kula meeting at Kaplan Hall on Monday evening. May 27th. A program will be presented under ihe auspices of Greater Miami Rabbis, assisted by .Mrs. Max Dobrin, J. I.. Shochet and other local laymen, to include book reviews and addresses on the importance of Jewish books. Full details will appear in our next issue. In commemoration of Jewish Hook Week a special display of I ks of Jewish interest and by Jewish authors lias been arranged and will be available to the public beginning today. This special display will be available during the entire week of the national observance in the book department on the fourth floor of Burdine's, where the Jewish section is also housed. Jewish News Around the World New Medical Discoveries Credited to Jewish Doctors Dr. A. L. Sachar, national director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations, told the convention that his office is now co-operating with Jewish groups in one hundred college campuses by providing them with outlines for activities. syllabi for courses and discussions and other aids, where the Jewish student enrollment is not large enough for an actual Hillel Foundation. Temple Israel Names Feibelman Elected to the board of trustees for three years were Dr. Frank Coret Jules Pearlman, Barnie Feldman, Max Orovitz, Henry D. Williams and Dave Slann; for two years, Cordon Davis, J. Gerald Lewis, I-eonard Epstein; for one year, Max Nankin, Leo Ackerman, Mrs. Morris Plant. The finance committee reported it had refinanced the bond issue ,n the Temple property. Reports from the officers revealed the congregation had the largest paid membership in its history. Herbert U. Feibelman, Miami attorney, for the last nine years executive secretary of Temple Israel Reform Jewish Congregation, last Tuesday night was elected president to succeed D. J. Apte, who has been president for seven years. Isaac Levin, president of the local B'nai B'rith Lodge, was named vice-president, Harry Nevins treasurer, Adolph Wertheimer financial secretary and E. Max Goldstein executive secretary. Dr. Jacbo H. Kaplan, rabbi of the congregation since its reorganization in 1026, was again elected Rabbi for another term. Sr. Hadassah Holds Election A meeting of the Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah, held last Monday, resulted in the election of the following officers for the coming year. Mrs. Max Dobrin, honorary president; Mrs. Joseph Williamson, president; Mrs. Barney Weinkle, first vice-president; Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, second vice-president; Mrs. Harry I. Lipton, thirl vice-president; Mrs. Max Pepper, treasurer; Mrs. Milton Weiner, financial secretary; Mrs. Louis lleiman, recording secretary; Mrs. Roland Granat, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Alex Goldstein, auditor. Directors named are: Mes.lames Moses Kreiger, Morris Plant, Louis Zeiontz, II. Rubin, Julius Simpson, Isiilor Cohen, M. I). Kirsch, G. Berlin, Sol Lutzky, L. Hart/., A. I. Magid, H. Weinberg and Max Dobrin. These officers will be installed at a garden party and tea on Monday, May 27th, at 3 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Williamson, 1415 Meridian ave., Miami Beach, to which the public is inB'nai B'rith Observes Day More than four hundred guests attended the impressive Mother's Hay celebration at Temple Israel, sponsored by; the local B'nai B'rith Lodge last Sunday night. The meeting was opened with an address of welcome by Mr. Isaac Levin, president of the lodge. He then presented Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the cultural and entertainment committee, who presided. Mrs. Hannah Spiro Asher gave an organ recital and was followed by an address on "Mothers in Israel," by Rabbi Max Shapirj of Beth David Congregation. A vocal selection by Mrs. Evelyn Raff was followed by an address on "Modern Mothers" by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple Israel. Prof. L. Portnoff played an original composition on the violin and was accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Doris Adler. A vocal selection by Mrs. Raff concluded the formal program. Philadelphia Important new discoveries in the treatment of asthma and in the diagnosis of cancer were reported to the loth annual session of the American College of Physicians by Dr. Alvan 1.. Barach of the ColumbiaPresbyterian Medical ('enter in New York and Dr. Benjamin Gruskin of the medical school of Temple University, Philadelphia, respectively. Dr. Barach's contribution to medical science was the discovery that helium benefits asthma sufferers when all other remedies have failed. Dr. GrU %  kin's discovery was the development of two new substances which reveal the existence of cancer in its earliest stages long before th_' disease can be detected by X-rays or any other methods. Three Groups Spread Hatred of Jews in South African Provinces Johannesburg % %  -Reports from the provincial centers of the Union of South Africa indicate that antiJewish agitation is growing under a variety of disguises. In Capetown the movement is being sponsored by the Gentile Protection League, headed by J. H. II. de Waal, son of an ex-speaker of the Union parliament. De Waal has published a book called "My Awakening," which is the best tradition of Nazi anti-Semitic literature. One of the illustrations shows Jews tapping and draining the blood of Christian children. Ceneral Jan Christian Smuts, former premier and now minister of justice, is considering what action should be taken against this inflammatory volume. In Western Transvaal the South African National Party is holding large and regular meetings in the towns and villages at which anti-Semitic Speeches are made. The economic depression in this area is being utilized to stir up the farmers against the Jews. A third antiSemitic organization is the South African National Democratic Movement, which is active in East* em Transvaal. This group publishes a paper called "Ons Reg" or "Our Right," which contains repeated attacks on the Jewish population. Jewish leaders here are trying to get the local authorities to prohibit the meetings of these groups on the ground that they are a menace to public order. Turkish Jew Invents Devise to Discover Hidden Water SupplyIstanbul—Scientists from all parts of Europe are flocking to Angora, the capital of Turkey, to sec a new electrical device invented by Dr. Samuel Azay, a Jewish savant, who claims that his machine is able to detect underground sources of water, determine whether certain soils will yield crops and plants and discover diseases in trees p.nd shrubs.



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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, May 17 Strath Haven Hotel at Miami Beach was taxed to capacity at the recent installation luncheon sponsored by Temple Israel Sisterhood. Mrs. E. Max Goldstein was toastmistress. The invocation was offered by Mrs. Jacob II. Kaplan. This was followed by a vocal duet given by Mrs. Herbert U. Feibelman and Mrs. Kvelyn Raff. A brief address was made by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Mrs. Isidor M. Weinstein, the retiring president, presented her annual report and a response was made by the incoming president, Mrs. I. Levin. During the evening a skit, "Mrs. Sisterhood Gives a Party," was presented with a cast Including Mesdames Gordon Davis, Ted Simon, Harry I. Magid, and K. Max Goldstein. Beautiful; corsages were presented to Mrs. I 1. M. Weinstein, retiring president; Mrs. J. H. Kaplan, wife of the rabbi; Mrs. Isaac Ix'vin, incoming president, and Mrs. K. Max Goldstein, toastmistress. The event was one of the finest in the history of the organization. Officers installed were: Mrs. Isaac Levin, president; Mrs. E. Max Goldstein, first vice-president; Mrs. .1. A. Kichter, second vice-president; Mrs. Harry Nevins, treasurer; Mrs. Henry I). Williams, recording secretary; Mrs. I. Wolkowsky, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Fiank Coret, financial secretary. A called meeting of the executive board will be announced in our next issue. A large number of friends of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rotfort gathered last Sunday at their home at the Bris Milah of their infant son, Janus. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the ceremony. Following the ceremony a buffet luncheon was served. • An important business meeting of the local B'nai B'rith Lodge will be held at Beth David Talmud Torah on Tuesday evening. May 28th. Reports of recent activities of the lodge will be presented and a report on the recent International Convention of B'nai B'rith in Washington will be given. All members are urged to attend. • • A meeting of rabbis of local congregations will be held at I. I Kaplan's study in Temple I next Monday morning I' o'clock at which time matters of importance to the local community lie discussed. Plans for the religious training of the local Jewish youth will be discussed. Arrangements for a meeting to observe the closing of Jewish Hook Week. which will be held :it Kaplan Hall on Monday evening. May -7th, will IK' announced. • • • Mr. and Mis. Joseph Cohen of Atlanta, Ga.. formerly of Miami. announce the engagement of their daughter, Rae. to A. Louis Mechlowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs, William Mechlowitz of this city. The wedding will l>c solemnized at Atlanta, Ga., on Sunday evening, June 2nd. Miss Cohen is a graduate of the Miami High school and Originally j.OO—now 3.75 %  1 Helena Rubinstein packs 9 beauty aids in this travel kit! A graduation gift that will delight any girl! This beautility kit of red or black imitation leather contains creams, lotions, rouge and lipstick, beauty grains and eyelash grower all compactly packed in a small space. Burdine's selections for Jewish Book Week May 19th to 25th Road of Ages, by Roberl Nathan 2.Mi Blessed Is the Man. by Louis Zara 2.50 Abram, Prince of l'r. W. ti. Hardy 2.50 From the Jewish Juvenile Classics: Step by Step, by Abram S. Isaacs 1.50 The Lost Prince Almon, by Louis Pendleton 1.50 And dozens more—on the Fourth Floor Burdine's RAE COHEN is a popular member of the younger Jewish get of Atlanta, where she is active in communal work, Mr. Mechlowitz is a graduate of the Miami High school and the University of Miami ami is a prominent member of the Dade County bar. He has been active in local Ji wish circles and is a gradu Beth David Talmud Torah. He ia now active :n Beth Jacob an ; member of the faculty of the Sunday Bchool staff of that gation. Mr. Mechlowitz left Tuesday night for Atlanta, where he will spend several weekprl his marriage. After a brief h moon the couple will n home here. • • • Mothers were honored bj memberof Junior Hadassal Monday night at an Bet David Talmud Torah whi n cial program was : %  speak. na Mack, livered tl welcome. 1 sical program nick in v< Ida Sal ute t i Miss Mary -1 ia Ei and refn t meetini mud I ar will I meral ,.,j a The annual installation of cers for Beth Davi I held last Wednesday aft its Talmud Torah Hall, with Mrs Stanley C. Myers as toastmistress. Mrs Max Shapiro offered the m%  dresses were given by Rabbi Max Shapiro and Mr. Harry Markowitz, president of David Congregation. Mrs. Lewis Brown installed the officers. ages of congratulations n by Mrs. H. I. Homa of %  B rj -i' the Jewish ,. VI \1. B. Frank Beth Jacol od, Mis. Philip BerkowitZ of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orx Congregation, Mis. Lena Simon of Emunah Chapter, <>. E. s.. Mr I.. J. Harts of Senior Hadassah and Mrs. S. Rotfort of Junior ii,. \ beautiful gift on behalf Of the Sisterhood was presented to Mrs. William Robinson in recognition of her services durhe past year as president of the Sisterhood. Cantor Louis Hayman rendered several selections The benediction was pronounced by Cantor Nathan Wroobel. In charge of arrangementWBS a committee led by Mr-M. Daum. • • The local branch of the Arbeiter Ring is preparing to welcome Dr. Chaim Scheuss, noted educator and member of the faculty of the | Teachers' Seminary of New York,' at a public meeting on Monday evening. June 3rd, at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall. Full details will hi' announced in an early issue. \ %  iii til concert will he pre: under the direction of Mr. Morris Goldman at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall on Sunday, June 9th, at B:30 p. m. Cantor Louis Dayman will be master of ceremonies, and other prominent artistwill appear during the evening. • • Lad I -' Auxiliary of the sh Welfare Bureau will hold annual installation of its reofficers next Mon. at the Strath Haven Hotel, beginning at 12:30 p. m. All members of the organization and residents of the city are I to attend. Rabbi Dr. Jacob 11. Kaplan and Rabbi Max Shapiro will participate in the ceremonies'. Mrs. J. C. Lewis will be toastmisH. I, Magid will install I ficers. A musii al program will M ted. Closing exercises for the Sunday school of the Miami Jewish Ortha. dox Congregation to be held at the Synagogue Sunday evening, June '.ith, will have for its theme "The Life and Works of Maimonides." Pupils of the Sunday school W j|[ depict the life and tell of the works of the Rambam, whose MiOth anniversary is being observed throughout the world this y ear Rabbi Julius Washer will be in charge of the ceremonies. He is being assisted by members of the hoard of education, which is headed by Mrs. Joseph Greenberg. • • At the last meeting of the Theta Chi Sorority of the University of Miami, Audrey Rothenbcrg was elected president. Other officers who were chosen to lead the sorority for the next school year are Sylvia Lipton, vice-president; Cecile Alexander, secretary, and Evelyn Korn, treasurer. The installation ceremony will be held next October. • • To celebrate her sixth birthday anniversary, Ann Eileen Bearman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bearman, had a party. Her guests were Edward Levien, Benjamin Bronston, Dickie Feldman, Hyman Schienberg, Jimmie Spiesbergtr, Albert Weintraub, Marshall Ann Pepper, Robert Levien, Sheila Slan, Harriet Reisner, Carol Jane Wolpert. Miriam Schienberg, Malcolm Magid, Junior Bearman and Muriel Neufeld. Sun.-Mon., May 19-20 I.oretta Young—John Boles Dorothy Wilson—Jane Harwell Frank Melton—Walter Johnson Muriel Kirkland THE WHITE PARADE Sun.-Mon., May 19-20 Will Rogers—Louise Dresser Evelyn Venable—Mickey ROOM? Kent Taylor—Stepin Fetchit THE COUNTY CHAIRMAN The Morris Plan Can Solve Your Financial Problem Vur perplexing financial problem might find its solh" • Mnrriv p| an „.,„ |, un)Ir ,, ds „ f >liamians have 1 '"• such everyday necessities as repairing the %  ">< % %  financing doctor bills, paving taxes and intcre-i %  ''•• %  <• %  %  no! so difficult to cope with %  Morris Plan loan service is used. ning a regular income ar. invited to conl ""' 'I'hart men! without obligation. T H E M 0 R RIS PLAN COMPANY OF MIAMI Vincent K. Brice, Manager 16 \Y. Flayer St.. Miami



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Three ^€wmi!Qn'dEln THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN Friday, May 17. 1085 NWt Tewec Bldi HONDA'S ONLY ."KWISH WEEKLY PUBLISHED *vj:m FRIUAY ~ JEWISH FLOBIDIAN PUBU8BING CO Mii, Fl. I'hone 2-51*4 til 1. W. 1Mb A BDITOBJAL orrici rwm\ J. LOUIS SHOCHKT. K41u,r ID K. SIIOCHKT. Clrr.UlL. Mu. 1-I1U % %  Mir CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative tnUrrt •• MCoad •• mitUr Julj 19|o. ,( Sffi. 3M.t JSS 0ffl • "— %  '"^ WEST PALM BEACH SAMUEL SCHUTZER Representative ST. PBTKRSBL'EO MRS. MAK BENJAMIN Representative 1 ,:i • < r< monii -. Thi se wl I on the ] ogram includ. I Ru ; i i Barbara Ann Baker, Shirley bhi pherd, Bcn' : Richard Prances Kelsey, Wall< t Shepherd, Betty Joe McAtee and Charlotte Downall. Impromptu talks were made by Mr. Abe Maas, Jerome Waterman and other prominent guests, and refreshmi nis were Berved throughout the al ternoon. This is an annual event which all who have lived in Tampa for 25 years or more attend and many interesting anecdotes are related each year by the "Old Timers" who at lend. Orlando Notes annual meeting of the charity heard was held Sunday in the home of Mr. Harry Kottelman. A report of the year's work was given by Mr. Kottelman. Election of officers for 1935-36 was held. Mr. M. M. Segal was elected chairman of the board and 1. Friedman t reasurer, Mr. and Mrs. L. Hollins and sen, Richard, returned to Jacksonville after spending several weeks in .Miami. ORLANDO [RENE BRAVERMAN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. H. KISLEK Represent* tiTe The Tampa Section, National Council of Jewish Juniors, met last A benefit stag party, sponsored week at the University of Tampa by Orlando Lodge 1043 of B'nai WEST FLORIDA BU8INB88 AGKNT S. G. AROSON 4109 Central Ave., Tampa. Fla. .iii StJBKCHIlTION II.M M.H FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1935 Vol. H— No. 20 and officers for the coming year wi ri elected. Those who will serve include .Miss Ruth Salsbury, president; .Miss Charlotte Cracowaner, vice-president; Mi.-s Ethel Goldstein, recording secretary; Mi-Raye Birnbach, corresponding secretary; Miss Clarice Steinberg, treasurer; Miss Helen AronovitZ, auditor, and Miss Henrietta Waterman, recorder. B'rith, was held Tuesday night in the San Juan Hotel. Messrs. Morris La Belman, Many Kottelman and Jimmy Decker were the committee in charge of the arrangements, investment, dislocate two major industries gas and electric and engender new fears as to the fhtdre of private iapital in all lines of business in this rountry. '"If arcorded fair treatment and the ho-operation instead of the hompetition of government, the electric gas industries could be one of the leaders in the drive for business recovery. The way hack to recovery is through the re-establishment of business confidence, which will permit private taxpaying capital to go to work again." Mr. Inch pointed out the contrast in this forceful fashion: "The alternative is tile expenditure of immense sum.of public money to accomplish something private capital can do better, the further destruction of the sources of government taxes, the imposition upon the people of a new social order under the guise of regulation and the wanton destruction of investors and investments alike." Mr. Inch told the senate commitKrienc Book Week A Mother's Day program was presented Friday evening, May io, Cong. Ohev Sholem in at Temple Rodoph Sholom Bynagogue. Rabbi B. Safer, gogue as a part of Rabbi Adolph of the services, delivered regular Friday night Burger's service. The M. J. M. Club had charge of the program and those who participated were as follows: Introduction, Miss Esther Jenkins, president; opening prayer, Miss Shirley Essrig; Origin of Mother's May. Mi-Amelia Lubetsky; Dear 011 Mother, Mi-s Marion Weber; Notee that the Electric Bond and of Mrs. Hyman Roth share Company is not and never will be happy to know that Mrs. nM )(1( n a ..,,.,,„.,.-• eompan y. He Roth is improving after a severe stated: "It has, from the beginIllness. ning, provided the initiative, done the planning and obtained the observed by money for the creation, developthe -Vilament and support of its group." in charge He said the Electric Bond and ii sermon Share Company is the perfect cxB. J. ample of one hundred per cent pubic ownership and that it never on the Jewi-h Mother. M Cohen, president of the Congregai on, gave a brief talk. Katz; The Knight's Toast, Miss Florence Abramavitz; Rock Me to Sleep. Miss Helen Ar ivitz; Closing Prayer, Miss Ethel Haimovitz. Those who -erved ausherwere Sal lye ithe tinman. Mrs. Morris Step Club's spoil The ninth National Jewish Hook Week in America will be observed this year during Lag B'Omr, the week of May 19-25. While the observance of the Jewish Hook Week idea is of comparatively recent origin, it has now found a lasting place in the life of the modern Jew—first, because it serves :o focus his attention on the contribution of the contempo.,„ I,.,.. ... ,u„ „,__|JI ; ••• ,• ,. ... .body Knows hut Mother, Miss Too;. rarj .lew to the worlds civilization through literature, and secondly, it reminds him of the permanent influences of the Ethics of the Fathers and the Old Sages of Israel. It is but one aspect of modern Jewish education to re-awaken raceconsciousness and a better familiarity with the history and civilization of a people. The purpose of this Festival, also known in early days as the Scholars' Festival, is to hring? to the attention of both lews and non-Jews the importance of reading, and especially h importance of reading gjood Jewish books. A knowledge i I (he literature of one's own people plays an important part in the education, the culture and the self-respect of every Jew. Jewish Hook Week is one way to follow in the paths l learning which our great teachers in Israel pursued. The iberal, the consecrated, and the humane lives and teachings i f those who made Jewish history in the past, and verily rote the history of Israel with their blood, are now available in book form to suit all ages and all types. Jewish Hook Week leads Us on. and beckons us through the printed word io inform ourselves and to follow Ihe worth-while examples "I the past—in order that learning may indeed light the ludaism of the future. The sponsors of Jewish Hook Week feel that this annual celebration has brought about a keen interest and tolerance in things Jewish. It is especially fitting in these turbulent and discordant days when civilization seems to be sitting on i keg of gunpowder, that attention should be focused on the Far-reaching potentialities of the hook as a messenger of peace and good will to man. It is suggested that Jewish Book Week Committees he formed in Jewish communities and that libraries, synagogues, book stores, clubs and al. The Sunday school of Ohev Sholom will hold its annual picnic at San Lando Springs May 19 at 'J p. m. The committee in charge met Sunday night at the home of Hindalyn Kottelman to make further plan-. Mr. A. Berger of iting in Orlando. Miami is visMr. Mac Roth of Daytona spent Miss Geraldine Rosenberg and Miss the week-end in Orlando visiting himother, .Mrs. II. Roth. Miss Rose Peretzman is tlv of her aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peretzman of Miami Beach. Mi. and Mrs. Morris Hi Mrs. Ida Merchen and Mrs. Mae Benjamin of St. Petei burg were the guests of their sister a:: I brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob \\ ittii r, over the week-end. Sol Greenberg, 50, died at his I home May Mh. He is survived by I his widow, Mrs. Molly Greenberg; -lers. Mrs. Herman Jusl •.-. Tampa, and Mrs. 0. Hollison, Chicago, 111., and a brother, Felix nberg, Peoria, III. Brief Given To Senate "milked" its operating companies. He pointed out that the .services furnished by the Electric Bond and Share Company to its affiliated companies has resulted in substantial savings for these companies. Mr. Inch pointed out how the Wheeler-Rayburn bill would take away local regulation from local and state commissions and centralize this power in Washington. He also said it would handicap future financing of operating companies. "The statement has been made that owners of securities of holding companies will lose nothin; and that real Value.will he rel. This is incorrect and misleading," Mr. Inch said. Mr. In h in i -i nted a Beri of charts showing how taxes am prii es have bi en gi ing up whil the 'i elei t ricity has been going down steadily. other Jewish organizations be asked to co-operate in order ,, 1;U| 10 make Jewish Hook Week a cultural success. In Miami. is observing the NOOth anniversary oi me IMTMI WI I !" .. York and all sorts oi other ides (1135-1204), also known as Moses ben Maimon. or the haV( 1)(i( n p].,,,,,,,,] f or t h Rambam, the great Jewish philosopher, physician, jurist. TajdreU| ls we j] as t h,, adults. %  nudist, leader and writer of the Middle Ages, who was priof Richard Quite a large crowd is expected from St. Petersburg, Lakeland and City for the second annual picnic given by the Ladies' AuxHijjdine's. the leading department store, is co-operating? with :ij ilv (il R odop j, sholom Temple a special displav featuring? Jewish books. thi s coming Sunday at Lakeside This year especially offers two opportunities for cenll;uk lual Lutz Tne grmi ,„;,,,, tering on Jewish culture and literature —first, world Jewry will l( ,, l()Un(1 trip tick( t to Xow is observing? the 800th anniversary of the hirth of MaimonV(i|k Bnd .,„ sorts „ f other Kam s the chilTickets .an still be secured from any vate physician to Saladin in the turbulent days of Richard iif lh( Im m i„.,.. s ,,f the auxiliary or Coeur de Lion and the Crusades. The second event is the llom Mls A K Berger, or M %  • tenth anniversary of the founding? of the Hebrew University M „ K .slcr. on Mount Scopus" in Jerusalem, and all that the work ot this modern house of learning; implies in the advancement ot j modern scholarship. Under present world conditions in the tents of Israel and households of other national groups, co-operation is urg?ed tor the observance of Jewish Hook Week which offers a new SYNAGOG dignified approach to the cultural growth and peaceful adMNAOW ventures of the community for the promotion of Good Will KitUhi Si M. Machtei, founder movements. and director of the Radio Synagog, host and hostess last Wednesday will preach over station WIOD at afternoon al the annual Founders nine o'clock on Sunday morning on Day tea, which was held in the tea "Are We Cods?" In addition to the sermon there will he prayers, scripture reading and a question Washington, D. C—Association of the Florida Power & Light Company with the Electric Bond i lompany during the decade has resulted in lower rate.-, and more extensive and better service for electric users in Florida, Mr. S. I!. Inch, president of the Electric Hond and Share Company, brought out in a state;; 7 Washington Avenue ment presented to the senate inMiami Beach, Florida terstate commerce committee. "' •"' Ml Rosenbloom: Mr. Inch'declaration was inNow that the tourist season has eluded in a series of charts filed closed I want to let you and Cai:with the senate committee in opt '"' Schlachman know that I very position to the Wheeler-Rayburn much appreciate the assistance that Miami Beach CHAMBER OF COMMERCE -Miami Reach, Florida May 3, 1935. Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom ^HffDlO^ Tampa Notes Mr. Mrs. Abe Maas were ,„om of Maas Bros. A program of music was given during the after •noon, Mr. Sol Maas being masbox. utility bill now pending in congress. In using the Florida I'ower & Light Company as one of his examples in his chart presentations, Mr. Inch showed that electric rates had been cut considerably through association of the Electric Bond and Share Company with the Florida I'ower & Light Company. The chart specifically brought out the rate reductions in ten representative towns since their local electri csystems were acquired. Mr. Inch brought out that the Wheeler-Rayburn bill would destroy all holding companies and handicap and restrict the local electric companies to the point where local service would he imSecretary, Miami Beach Chamber paired and present low rates en1 of Commerce. clangored. NOTE Mr. Inch also advised the senate This Being Jewish Book Week, committee that passage of the I take pleasure to invite my friends Wheeler-Rayburn bill would cause to spend five minutes of their time millions of men, women and chilto look over their hooks to see if dren investors in utilities to lose they have any that belong to me. billions of dollars. if B0 I would very highly appre"Thia legislation as now prociate their returning them. posed, I think, will inevitably doVery respectfully, stroy tremendous values of sound JACOB II. KAPLAN. you have given to me in the settling of disputes between people of Jewish faith. Among the many that I have sent to you, not a single one returned renewing any complaint, a fact that shows plainly your splendid influence among the people of your rare. I can assure ,im that our Chamber of Commerce will be at all times only too pleased to co-operate with you along lines that will be of benefit to all of the people of Miami Beach. Thanking you for your good work, I am Most sincerely yours. (HAS. W. CHASE, SR„



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Iriday. My 17,1985 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Y Mj.. Jeannette Teller gave a Irthday anniversary dinner for her ^ Sunday at the William I'enn oU .l. Floral decorations and a tthday cake adorned the table. [1 K cake was cut by Mrs. Teller. bier dinner the guests went to |,,. Tiller's home, where pokeno k yed. Among those present were Mr. nj Mrs. Harry Sher, Mr. and Mrs. lanheimer, Mr. and Mrs. Dozier, jr. ami Mrs. James Teller, Mr. and I,,, i Abbott, Robert Sher, Ruolph Ziegler, Charles Hoyt, Paul Ijn-r. Miss Eva Wexler, Miss FanIj,. Seineman, Miss Frances and JliHs Carol Teller, Miss Sylvia Ihapii" and Miss Edith Yadwin. • The unveiling of a tombstone to he memory of the late Albert S. [pie, who was killed in an auto lecident last year, will take place um lay, May 26th, at Brooklyn, N. His father, Hyman Apte, aekmpanied by a cousin, Jack Rath, will leave Sunday to attend le ceremonies. • The Y. M. H, A. is sponsoring a knee at the Pier Pavilion, Miami each, <>n Sunday evening, May 19, br the benefit of the diamond ball Bam equipment In charge of arfcngements is a committee consistmg of al Grossman, E. A. Pallott, ID! Rotfort, Nat Blumberg and Al Htisman. The public is urged to ttend. | More than one hundred guests Itendcd the formal installation Inner for the recently elected ofi ttra of the Ladies' Auxiliary of je Miami Jewish Orthodox Conrelation last Sunday night at the 1 If. H. A. The tables were beaupully decorated for the event. Adfesses of congratulation were %  bile by Mrs. William Robinson, { etident of Beth David Sisterod; Mrs. Isidor Cohen, president B the Sisterhood of Chesed Shel Hnes; X. Adelman, vice-president %  the local B'nai B'rith Lodge; Jax Kappaport, president of the Bungrcgation; E. Albert Pallott, Bi:lip Berkowitz, Joseph GreenHre, chairman of the board of edHatinn of the Congregation; Max Tintzer, II. M. Drevich, Nat BlumIre, treasurer of the Y. M. H. A. pc invocation was delivered by Jp. Julius Washer and the prinval address of the evening was %  do by Rabbi Julius Washer. Mrs. kilip Hi'ikowitz was presented 1th a gift for selling most tickets p the recent ball of the auxilf>'Mrs. Julius Washer, on bellf of the auxiliary, presented a jft to Mrs. J. L. Shochet, the rehng president. A report of the I Ask for NEW YORK BREAD At All Good Stores activities of the auxiliary was ,„-,nted by the retiring president, ; H| ii;i "Wren of acceptance was made by the new president, Mrs Berkowitz. Taking part in tin„„,. Bical program, in which the guests joined, were Cantor Boris Schlachman, Cantor I!. Glick and P Berkowitz. Derlamations in Yiddish were given by Joseph Greenberg and Harry Rose. Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom and daughter, Goldie Tamara, left Sunday morning to spend the Bummer with Mrs. Rosenbloom's parents In Montgomery, Ala. • t Mrs. Tille Estroff of Lakeland, Fla., an active worker of the Jewish community there, died at the Victoria Hospital Wednesday afternoon. She was the wife Of Mr. Sam Estroff of that city. The body was shipped to Atlanta, (la.. where interment will be made. The Southern Cafeteria is sponsoring a benefit luncheon on Friday, May 24th, from 11 to 2 p. m. for the benefit of the Miami .section of the Senior Council of Jewish Women. Half of the receipts will be given to the organization for its Religious, Welfare and educational work. Mrs. Ida Optner is chairman of the arrangements committee, in charge of this event. The public is invited to attend. • Mi. and Mrs. I. Scholnick of the New York Bakery left Tuesday morning by motorfor North Carolina, where Mrs. Scholnick will spend several weeks. Mr. Scholnick will continue on to New York City on a business trip. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation is sponsoring a benefit bridge on Sunday evening, May 26th, at the home of Mrs. Adolph Daum. 626 N. W. First st., with Mrs. Daum and Mrs. William Clein as the hostesses. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. Election of officers for the Sisterhood of Chesed Shel Ernes, which was to have been held yesterday, was postponed. A special meeting for the purpose of election will be held next Thursday, May 2:$rd, at 2:80 p. m., in the Beth David Talmud Torah Hall. All members and friends of the organization are invited to attend and listen to the reports of the activities of the organization for the past year. Ask for NEW YORK BREAD At All Good Stores Page Five Mr. and Mrs. David Sontag anI nounced the engagement of their daughter, Ruth, to Dr. Leo Kup-1 Per, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupferstein, prominent communal worker of this city. The wedding Will be an event of June .'Kith nt the Coral Gables Country Club. Miss Sontag attended the UniverIU Til SONTAG sity of Miami and has been active in Junior Hadassah locally. Dr. Kupper attended the University of Florida and is a graduate of the Southern Dental College of Atlanta. The couple will make their home in Miami. Both have ben very active in the communnl life of Greater Miami. Dr. Kupper has established a large clientele since he opened offices some months ago Budget Sfxcial .-JttlG, '41,. %i*4Whit* Oak Lutkar HALF SOLES...50e |UI)IR8' HEELS lie Atlantic Shoe Shop >• N. u. Pint Aveaaa <>. CerUs %  •iel CAMP WOHELO FOR GIRLS Located In the Blue Kido Mountain! of l>nnl"i SIX lueetHlv* — nd succeful rean l SIX yean of intinfied parent" I SIX years of happy eanipera I six %  *•! %  <>f tseaUait camp ffeelltttal SIX yean of MM iuperviiion I SIX hippy y>.r I For information write or phane • • BERTHA BERKOWICB LEVY Owner and Director IHI S. W. 15th St. MIAMI. 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Page Six atifye Hundreds of white-uniformed girls paraded before the movie camera at Fox Film stud. cently in one of the most colorful "mob 91 enes" ever f Imed. Providing atmosphere for one of Beveral spectacular sequences in -The White Parade," which will come to the Tivoli Theatre, tartin^r Sunday, was not the usual arDepartment of the %  ,1. The following will n [graduation certificates: Stuart Simon, Robert Levin, Seymour Rubin, Sol Raymond Freeman. Closing exercises of the Re.igious Scl I will be held June 2nd and each class will present a brief outline of the work done during the year On Saturday morning, June 1st, Bpecial services will be held i" honor of Teddy Plant, who will become a Bar Mitsvah. On June Bth confirmation exercises will be held, and on June i'lh the animal picnic will be held at Lauderdale. / %  • %  ''ay, M av Mildred Greenberg, pianist, pupil of Hannah Asher of the University of .Miami conservatory, who has been studying for the past seven months with Silvio Scionti a: the Chicago Musical college, has returned to Miami and will give a recital Monday evening, .May 20, R dtal Hall. She will be assisted by Sara Folwell, soprano. Word has just been received bj Mrs. Frances Berner that her nine.Id grandson, Bernard J. man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Whiteman of Savannah. Ga waa the successful contestant in %  violin contest in that city last week. He w iH now go to Atlanta. Ga., where he will compete In the state ,,„„,.., for a scholarship and other p r i Z es. Bernard has hen ;, ed much praise by musical critics and a -plendid musical future has > teen predicted for him. Miss Esther Wroobel left for New York City last week to assume an important business position there. rerred "' %  '' h banker, %  %  tter of f ac t hl ,71 teenth luinquennial convention of, th e B'nai B'rith by Sigmund Livinggt on, chairman of the B'nai B'rith's Anti-Defamation League, this group, the truth in presenting a report of the hankers form only ;, m HIGHLIGHTS OF B'NAI B'RITH QUINQUENNIAL CONVENTION AT WASHINGTON, D. C. A ten-point program for combating anti-Semitism in the Un ted Slates was laid before the t'oiirleague's activity. I. Every avenue of enlighten„„,„ mus t be permitted to remain unchallenged; 2. The books of childhood '"ust be revised and every character portraying the dewas a monster must he obliterated; 3. 1,, 1 ks utilized in grade and high Bchools the characters oj .lews known in classic literature produced when the authorthereoi were -waved by religious fanaticism or despotic dictatorship must l„. replaced by characters truly portraying the Jew; 4. The mysticism ami ignorance concerning the dew. his ethic-, his contributions to the world, his philosophy of life, his religious faith, must be clarified by the public; r>. Every popular fiction as to the Jew should be corrected by the truth. When Wall Street hankers are roll %  „.• shown. When the loya dew to his country or h ism is traduced. answer ^ ernmental record \\h ,, rale and ethi in questioned, show th ( .. proper and accurate romp, When malefactors are a.lews, produce t h,. 0Jnm records of the penal institution, this country; 7. Every i must he answered Ky facts and by mere denial-; 8. A bution of dews i>, vocationii ocations must he attempts Every large citj -hould have, cal committee i mposed • possessing pro,.... ,. u;iii deal with unjust discrimiiu, The plan of operation should]! he militant; HI. The i the prevention of defai, the screen, radio and print sj continue with unabated vip]a raj of extras, hut an unprecedent ortment 'if "types." The picture presents the human interest (dementin the lives of irjrls who undergo three years of im : : lining for lifelong caa nui es. w tii a minimum of technical hospital routine. 'I'h.' theme of the picture is the glorification of a profession devoted to sacrifice and unselfishni SuppoiIing Ho! and Miss Young is a brilliant cast, including Dorothy Wilson, Muriel Kirkland, A-trid Allwyn, Joyce Complon, Jane Harwell. Sara lladen, Polly Ann Young, Frank Melton and Walter dohnson. Opening Sunday at the Seventh Avenue Theatre, a Will Rogers teature, "The County Chairman.'" will he shown to delighted audiences a perhaps Will's finest vehicle to date. "The County Chairman" is a screen adaptation of the famous stage comedy by George Ade. It tells a mirthful, shrewd and dramaticstory of small town politics in a day when American village life was far more colorful and isolated than it is today. The star appears as the fireeatine; boss of a small town, who kisses all the babies, captures all thi' votes and brings together two estranged young lovers. In a scrap, however, he's too hot to handle! His supporting east numbers many players who have l>ecn with him in previous successes. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. E. Nineteenth St. DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi Friday evening services will be laid at 8:16 o'clock. Dr. Kaplan's subject will be the "Hope of Release." Saturday morning services will I begin at 11 o'clock. Dr. Kaplan i will speak on the subject, "The Inscription on the Liberty Bell." On May II 1st at the regular serv| ices Dr. Kaplan will hold graduation exercises for the High School 93& fc&a fl p \^ > •t*- W~f~~ I Been | %  %  That's right For only $5.00 down, an electric water heater can be installed that will supply enough hot water for quintuplets and still have enough hot water for the rest of the family. 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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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May 17, 1935

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Vol. 8No. 20
.MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1935
Price Five Cunts
Highlights at
Washington
The name of Constitution Grand
I idge lias been changed by revision
of tlic order's ((institution and by-
laws to "Supreme Lodge of B'nal
B'rith."
Headquarters of the order will
transferred to Washington, D.
(., at such time as the executive
committee determines, but not lat-
er than three years.
The convention will be held liere-
ter every three years instead of
live.
Dr. Isaac M. Rubinow, executive
secretary of the order, reported
that tlie membership is now 67,000,
a decline of 7,000, as compared
with 1980, but the number of
lodges increased from 602 to 627
in the same period. Emphasizing
that B'nai B'rith had successfully
passed through a crisis which
threatened its very existence, Dr.
Rubinow told the delegates that in
five years since the last conven-
tion the order expended 1,000,1100
on philanthropic and cultural ac-
idities as part of its program of
concentrating on Jewish culture
and the organization of efforts for
improving the civil and social po-
sition of the Jews.
Enlargement of the powers and
jurisdiction of the Joint Consulta-
tive Council, which includes repre-
entatives of the B'nai B'rith,
American Jewish Congress and
American Jewish Committee, so ai
to make it authorized spokesman of
American Jewry in all matters af-
fecting Jews as Jews, regardless
of the distinctions that ordinarily
divide them was demanded by Al-
fred M. Cohen, international pres-
ident of the B'nai B'rith.
As a means of obtaining accu-
rate first-hand information regard-
ing the problems facing Jewish
students in American colleges, the
invention, through its Hillel
Foundation Commission, author-
ized the establishment of a bureau
of research on a national scale to
undertake a scientific study of the
numbers of Jewish students in the
universities, their vocations trends
and their status on the campus.
The commission also voted to spon-
sor an annual national Hillel day
throughout the country on the first
Saturday or Sunday following Pu-
rim. This day will be observed by-
having Hillel stdents occupy syn-
agogue pulpits and to encourage
B'nai B'rith lodges to co-operate
in the celebration on campuses
from coast to coast.
Miami Responded
One notes, ith a feeling of ex-
treme happiness indeed, that the
citizens of Miami were not found
wanting last Tuesday. Calm de-
liberation, cool and collected judg-
ment, and a study of the vital
needs of the eit> prevailed over
hysteria, rash promises, bragga-
docio and appeal to mob rule.
The election of Robert R. Wil-
liams, Alexander Orr. Jr., and Or-
ville Rigby to the city commission
of .Miami showed that the citizen-
ry of .Miami can be aroused to its
civic duly when the occasion arises
and necessity demands.
Of particular interest to our peo-
ple was the repudiation, in over-
whelming and unmistakable fash-
ion, of the appeal to the voters to
reject one of the candidates simply
because he was foreign born. The
result shows in unmistakable terms
that an appeal to prejudice such as
was made in this case will not be
tolerated by the thinking and de-
cent citizen. It serves notice upon
ail the people that a man must be
judged solely upon his character
and fitness for the office which
he seeks.
The appeal of the demaoKue in
the Magic City of Miami has been
silenced by an avalanche of votes.
Miami is indeed to be congratulat-
ed on such action. It bespeaks well
for its future.
We know that every Jewish cit-
izen and resident of our fair city
can be counted on wholeheartedly
by the members of the city com-
mission, old as well as new, in
every movement that has for its
purpose the welfare of Miami.
Y. M. H. A. to Hold
Election Soon
A: a recent meeting of the Y. M.
II. A. officers were nominated for
the coming year. They include Al
Grossman, K. A. Pallott and Al
Rosenfeld lor president; Sol Rot-
fort. .1. Atkins, M. Apte and A.
Rosenfeld for vice-president; Nat
Blumberg for treasurer; A. Reis-
inan, s. Levin, s. Turkel, P. Sil-
verman and Joe Davis for record-
ing secretary; A. Reisman, S. Tur-
kel and Joe Davis for correspond-
ing secretary; .1. Wilson, ('. Serkin,
B. Siegel, .1. Hirsch, P. Berkowitz
and P. Schantman for sergeant-at-
arms; .1. Apte, J. Davis and M. Ja-
cobskind for finance chairman; B.
Serkin, II. Apte and S. Shindel for
house chairman; J. Davis, II. Apte,
P. Berkowitz and B. Serkin for
membership chairman; C. Sokolow
for publicity chairman; F. Rose, J.
Atkins, S. Seitlin and .1. Davis for
entertainment chairman; R. Gross-
man, A. Cutler, E. Long, Joe Da-
vis for athletic chairman; Boris
Schlachman for chairman national
affairs; for directors at large, S.
Shindel, li. Serkin, II. Rose. I.
Greenbaum, P. Berkowitz, J. Sie-
gel, M. Jacobskind, Joe Greenberg,
Jack Apte, Sid Segal, A. Cutler,
Dr. Berkman, A. Rosenfeld, Sam
Seitlin, II. Apte, Joe Davis, A.
Grossman, A. Reisman, S. Turkel,
M. Grossman, P. Silverman, S.
Levin, <'. Serkin, J. Atkins and J.
Hii'sch. Fleet ion of officers will
be held on Wednesday, June 5th.
Will Observe
Jewish Book Week
Jewish Hook Week, which is be-
ing observed nationally for the
week from April 19th to April 25th,
inclusive, will be concluded locally
by a Kula meeting at Kaplan Hall
on Monday evening. May 27th. A
program will be presented under
ihe auspices of Greater Miami Rab-
bis, assisted by .Mrs. Max Dobrin,
J. I.. Shochet and other local lay-
men, to include book reviews and
addresses on the importance of
Jewish books. Full details will ap-
pear in our next issue. In com-
memoration of Jewish Hook Week
a special display of I.....ks of Jew-
ish interest and by Jewish authors
lias been arranged and will be
available to the public beginning
today. This special display will be
available during the entire week
of the national observance in the
book department on the fourth
floor of Burdine's, where the Jew-
ish section is also housed.
Jewish News
Around the
World
New Medical Discoveries Credited
to Jewish Doctors
Dr. A. L. Sachar, national di-
rector of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundations, told the convention
that his office is now co-operating
with Jewish groups in one hundred
college campuses by providing
them with outlines for activities.
syllabi for courses and discussions
and other aids, where the Jewish
student enrollment is not large
enough for an actual Hillel Foun-
dation.
Temple Israel
Names Feibelman
Elected to the board of trustees
for three years were Dr. Frank
Coret Jules Pearlman, Barnie
Feldman, Max Orovitz, Henry D.
Williams and Dave Slann; for two
years, Cordon Davis, J. Gerald
Lewis, I-eonard Epstein; for one
year, Max Nankin, Leo Acker-
man, Mrs. Morris Plant.
The finance committee reported
it had refinanced the bond issue
,n the Temple property. Reports
from the officers revealed the con-
gregation had the largest paid
membership in its history.
Herbert U. Feibelman, Miami at-
torney, for the last nine years ex-
ecutive secretary of Temple Israel
Reform Jewish Congregation, last
Tuesday night was elected presi-
dent to succeed D. J. Apte, who
has been president for seven years.
Isaac Levin, president of the local
B'nai B'rith Lodge, was named
vice-president, Harry Nevins treas-
urer, Adolph Wertheimer financial
secretary and E. Max Goldstein
executive secretary.
Dr. Jacbo H. Kaplan, rabbi of
the congregation since its reorgani-
zation in 1026, was again elected
Rabbi for another term.
Sr. Hadassah
Holds Election
A meeting of the Miami Chap-
ter of Senior Hadassah, held last
Monday, resulted in the election of
the following officers for the com-
ing year. Mrs. Max Dobrin, hon-
orary president; Mrs. Joseph Wil-
liamson, president; Mrs. Barney
Weinkle, first vice-president; Mrs.
Sam Simonhoff, second vice-pres-
ident; Mrs. Harry I. Lipton, thirl
vice-president; Mrs. Max Pepper,
treasurer; Mrs. Milton Weiner, fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs. Louis llei-
man, recording secretary; Mrs. Rol-
and Granat, corresponding secre-
tary, and Mrs. Alex Goldstein, au-
ditor. Directors named are: Mes-
.lames Moses Kreiger, Morris Plant,
Louis Zeiontz, II. Rubin, Julius
Simpson, Isiilor Cohen, M. I).
Kirsch, G. Berlin, Sol Lutzky, L.
Hart/., A. I. Magid, H. Weinberg
and Max Dobrin. These officers
will be installed at a garden party
and tea on Monday, May 27th, at
3 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Wil-
liamson, 1415 Meridian ave., Miami
Beach, to which the public is in-
B'nai B'rith
Observes Day
More than four hundred guests
attended the impressive Mother's
Hay celebration at Temple Israel,
sponsored by; the local B'nai B'rith
Lodge last Sunday night. The
meeting was opened with an ad-
dress of welcome by Mr. Isaac
Levin, president of the lodge. He
then presented Stanley C. Myers,
chairman of the cultural and en-
tertainment committee, who pre-
sided. Mrs. Hannah Spiro Asher
gave an organ recital and was fol-
lowed by an address on "Mothers
in Israel," by Rabbi Max Shapirj
of Beth David Congregation. A vo-
cal selection by Mrs. Evelyn Raff
was followed by an address on
"Modern Mothers" by Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan of Temple Israel. Prof. L.
Portnoff played an original com-
position on the violin and was ac-
companied at the piano by Mrs.
Doris Adler. A vocal selection by
Mrs. Raff concluded the formal
program.
Philadelphia Important new
discoveries in the treatment of
asthma and in the diagnosis of
cancer were reported to the loth
annual session of the American
College of Physicians by Dr. Al-
van 1.. Barach of the Columbia-
Presbyterian Medical ('enter in
New York and Dr. Benjamin Grus-
kin of the medical school of Tem-
ple University, Philadelphia, re-
spectively. Dr. Barach's contri-
bution to medical science was the
discovery that helium benefits
asthma sufferers when all other
remedies have failed. Dr. GrU
kin's discovery was the develop-
ment of two new substances which
reveal the existence of cancer in
its earliest stages long before th_'
disease can be detected by X-rays
or any other methods.
Three Groups Spread Hatred of
Jews in South African Provinces
Johannesburg--Reports from the
provincial centers of the Union of
South Africa indicate that anti-
Jewish agitation is growing under
a variety of disguises. In Cape-
town the movement is being spon-
sored by the Gentile Protection
League, headed by J. H. II. de
Waal, son of an ex-speaker of the
Union parliament. De Waal has
published a book called "My
Awakening," which is the best tra-
dition of Nazi anti-Semitic litera-
ture. One of the illustrations
shows Jews tapping and draining
the blood of Christian children.
Ceneral Jan Christian Smuts, for-
mer premier and now minister of
justice, is considering what action
should be taken against this in-
flammatory volume. In Western
Transvaal the South African Na-
tional Party is holding large and
regular meetings in the towns and
villages at which anti-Semitic
Speeches are made. The economic
depression in this area is being
utilized to stir up the farmers
against the Jews. A third anti-
Semitic organization is the South
African National Democratic
Movement, which is active in East*
em Transvaal. This group pub-
lishes a paper called "Ons Reg" or
"Our Right," which contains re-
peated attacks on the Jewish pop-
ulation. Jewish leaders here are
trying to get the local authorities
to prohibit the meetings of these
groups on the ground that they are
a menace to public order.
Turkish Jew Invents Devise to
Discover Hidden Water Supply-
IstanbulScientists from all
parts of Europe are flocking to
Angora, the capital of Turkey, to
sec a new electrical device invent-
ed by Dr. Samuel Azay, a Jewish
savant, who claims that his ma-
chine is able to detect underground
sources of water, determine wheth-
er certain soils will yield crops
and plants and discover diseases
in trees p.nd shrubs.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, May 17
Strath Haven Hotel at Miami
Beach was taxed to capacity at the
recent installation luncheon spon-
sored by Temple Israel Sisterhood.
Mrs. E. Max Goldstein was toast-
mistress. The invocation was of-
fered by Mrs. Jacob II. Kaplan.
This was followed by a vocal duet
given by Mrs. Herbert U. Feibel-
man and Mrs. Kvelyn Raff. A brief
address was made by Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan. Mrs. Isidor M. Weinstein,
the retiring president, presented
her annual report and a response
was made by the incoming presi-
dent, Mrs. I. Levin. During the
evening a skit, "Mrs. Sisterhood
Gives a Party," was presented with
a cast Including Mesdames Gordon
Davis, Ted Simon, Harry I. Magid,
and K. Max Goldstein. Beautiful;
corsages were presented to Mrs. I
1. M. Weinstein, retiring president;
Mrs. J. H. Kaplan, wife of the
rabbi; Mrs. Isaac Ix'vin, incoming
president, and Mrs. K. Max Gold-
stein, toastmistress. The event
was one of the finest in the his-
tory of the organization. Offi-
cers installed were: Mrs. Isaac
Levin, president; Mrs. E. Max
Goldstein, first vice-president; Mrs.
.1. A. Kichter, second vice-presi-
dent; Mrs. Harry Nevins, treasur-
er; Mrs. Henry I). Williams, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. I. Wolkow-
sky, corresponding secretary, and
Mrs. Fiank Coret, financial secre-
tary. A called meeting of the ex-
ecutive board will be announced in
our next issue.
*
A large number of friends of
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rotfort gathered
last Sunday at their home at the
Bris Milah of their infant son,
Janus. Rabbi S. M. Machtei offi-
ciated at the ceremony. Follow-
ing the ceremony a buffet lunch-
eon was served.
* *
An important business meeting
of the local B'nai B'rith Lodge will
be held at Beth David Talmud To-
rah on Tuesday evening. May 28th.
Reports of recent activities of the
lodge will be presented and a re-
port on the recent International
Convention of B'nai B'rith in
Washington will be given. All mem-
bers are urged to attend.

A meeting of rabbis of local con-
gregations will be held at I. I
Kaplan's study in Temple I
next Monday morning I' o'clock
at which time matters of impor-
tance to the local community
lie discussed. Plans for the reli-
gious training of the local Jewish
youth will be discussed. Arrange-
ments for a meeting to observe the
closing of Jewish Hook Week.
which will be held :it Kaplan Hall
on Monday evening. May -7th, will
Ik' announced.

Mr. and Mis. Joseph Cohen of
Atlanta, Ga.. formerly of Miami.
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Rae. to A. Louis Mech-
lowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs, Wil-
liam Mechlowitz of this city. The
wedding will l>c solemnized at At-
lanta, Ga., on Sunday evening,
June 2nd. Miss Cohen is a grad-
uate of the Miami High school and
Originally
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Helena Rubinstein packs 9 beauty
aids in this travel kit!
A graduation gift that will delight any girl!
This beautility kit of red or black imitation
leather contains creams, lotions, rouge and
lipstick, beauty grains and eyelash grower
. all compactly packed in a small space.
Burdine's selections for Jewish Book
Week -
May 19th to 25th
Road of Ages, by Roberl Nathan 2.Mi
Blessed Is the Man. by Louis Zara 2.50
Abram, Prince of l'r. W. ti. Hardy 2.50
From the Jewish Juvenile Classics:
Step by Step, by Abram S. Isaacs 1.50
The Lost Prince Almon, by Louis Pendle-
ton 1.50
And dozens moreon the Fourth Floor
Burdine's
RAE COHEN
is a popular member of the young-
er Jewish get of Atlanta, where
she is active in communal work,
Mr. Mechlowitz is a graduate of
the Miami High school and the
University of Miami ami is a prom-
inent member of the Dade County
bar. He has been active in local
Ji wish circles and is a gradu
Beth David Talmud Torah. He ia
now active :n Beth Jacob an ;
member of the faculty of the Sun-
day Bchool staff of that
gation. Mr. Mechlowitz left Tues-
day night for Atlanta, where he
will spend several week- prl
his marriage. After a brief h
moon the couple will n
home here.

Mothers were honored bj
member- of Junior Hadassal
Monday night at an Bet
David Talmud Torah whi n
cial program was
:

speak.
na Mack, -
livered tl
welcome. 1
sical program
nick in v<
Ida Sal
ute t i Miss Mary !
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and refn
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The annual installation of
cers for Beth Davi I -
held last Wednesday aft
its Talmud Torah Hall, with Mrs
Stanley C. Myers as toastmistress.
Mrs Max Shapiro offered the m-
, dresses were given
by Rabbi Max Shapiro and Mr.
Harry Markowitz, president of
David Congregation. Mrs.
Lewis Brown installed the officers.
ages of congratulations
n by Mrs. H. I. Homa of
, Brj -i' the Jewish
,. VI \1. B. Frank
Beth Jacol od, Mis.
Philip BerkowitZ of the Ladies'
Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Or-
x Congregation, Mis. Lena
Simon of Emunah Chapter, <>. E.
s.. Mr I.. J. Harts of Senior Ha-
dassah and Mrs. S. Rotfort of Jun-
ior ii,. \ beautiful gift on
behalf Of the Sisterhood was pre-
sented to Mrs. William Robinson
in recognition of her services dur-
he past year as president of
the Sisterhood. Cantor Louis Hay-
man rendered several selections
The benediction was pronounced by
Cantor Nathan Wroobel. In charge
of arrangement- WBS a committee
led by Mr-- M. Daum.

The local branch of the Arbeit-
er Ring is preparing to welcome
Dr. Chaim Scheuss, noted educator
and member of the faculty of the |
Teachers' Seminary of New York,'
at a public meeting on Monday
evening. June 3rd, at Beth David
Talmud Torah Hall. Full details
will hi' announced in an early is-
sue.
* *
\ iii til concert will he pre-
: under the direction of Mr.
Morris Goldman at Beth David
Talmud Torah Hall on Sunday,
June 9th, at B:30 p. m. Cantor
Louis Dayman will be master of
ceremonies, and other prominent
artist- will appear during the eve-
ning.

Lad I -' Auxiliary of the
sh Welfare Bureau will hold
annual installation of its re-
officers next Mon-
. at the Strath Ha-
ven Hotel, beginning at 12:30 p.
m. All members of the organiza-
tion and residents of the city are
I to attend. Rabbi Dr. Jacob
11. Kaplan and Rabbi Max Shapiro
will participate in the ceremonies'.
Mrs. J. C. Lewis will be toastmis-
H. I, Magid will in-
stall I ficers. A musii al pro-
gram will Mted.
Closing exercises for the Sunday
school of the Miami Jewish Ortha.
dox Congregation to be held at the
Synagogue Sunday evening, June
'.ith, will have for its theme "The
Life and Works of Maimonides."
Pupils of the Sunday school Wj|[
depict the life and tell of the works
of the Rambam, whose MiOth an-
niversary is being observed
throughout the world this year,
Rabbi Julius Washer will be in
charge of the ceremonies. He is
being assisted by members of the
hoard of education, which is head-
ed by Mrs. Joseph Greenberg.

At the last meeting of the Theta
Chi Sorority of the University of
Miami, Audrey Rothenbcrg was
elected president. Other officers
who were chosen to lead the soror-
ity for the next school year are
Sylvia Lipton, vice-president; Ce-
cile Alexander, secretary, and Ev-
elyn Korn, treasurer. The instal-
lation ceremony will be held next
October.

To celebrate her sixth birthday
anniversary, Ann Eileen Bearman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Bearman, had a party. Her guests
were Edward Levien, Benjamin
Bronston, Dickie Feldman, Hyman
Schienberg, Jimmie Spiesbergtr,
Albert Weintraub, Marshall Ann
Pepper, Robert Levien, Sheila Slan,
Harriet Reisner, Carol Jane Wol-
pert. Miriam Schienberg, Malcolm
Magid, Junior Bearman and Muriel
Neufeld.

Sun.-Mon., May 19-20
I.oretta YoungJohn Boles
Dorothy WilsonJane Harwell
Frank MeltonWalter Johnson
Muriel Kirkland
THE WHITE PARADE
Sun.-Mon., May 19-20
Will RogersLouise Dresser
Evelyn VenableMickey ROOM?
Kent TaylorStepin Fetchit
THE COUNTY CHAIRMAN
The Morris Plan
Can Solve Your
Financial Problem
Vur perplexing financial problem might find its solh-
" Mnrriv p|an ., |,un)Ir,,ds f >liamians have
1 '" such everyday necessities as repairing the
">< financing doctor bills, paving taxes and intcre-i
''' <' no! so difficult to cope with
Morris Plan loan service is used.
ning a regular income ar. invited to con-
l""' 'I'hart men! without obligation.
T H E M 0 R RIS
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OF MIAMI
Vincent K. Brice,
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SAMUEL SCHUTZER
Representative
ST. PBTKRSBL'EO
MRS. MAK BENJAMIN
Representative
1 ,:i < r< monii -. Thi se wl
I on the ] ogram includ. I
Ru ;. i i Barbara
Ann Baker, Shirley bhi pherd, Bcn-
': Richard Prances Kelsey, Wal-
l< t Shepherd, Betty Joe McAtee
and Charlotte Downall. Impromp-
tu talks were made by Mr. Abe
Maas, Jerome Waterman and oth-
er prominent guests, and refresh-
mi nis were Berved throughout the
al ternoon.
This is an annual event which
all who have lived in Tampa for
25 years or more attend and many
interesting anecdotes are related
each year by the "Old Timers" who
at lend.
Orlando Notes
annual meeting of the char-
ity heard was held Sunday in the
home of Mr. Harry Kottelman. A
report of the year's work was giv-
en by Mr. Kottelman. Election
of officers for 1935-36 was held.
Mr. M. M. Segal was elected chair-
man of the board and 1. Friedman
t reasurer,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Hollins and sen,
Richard, returned to Jacksonville
after spending several weeks in
.Miami.
ORLANDO
[RENE BRAVERMAN
Representative
TAMPA
MRS. M. H. KISLEK
Represent* tiTe
The Tampa Section, National ---------
Council of Jewish Juniors, met last A benefit stag party, sponsored
week at the University of Tampa by Orlando Lodge 1043 of B'nai
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FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1935
Vol. HNo. 20
and officers for the coming year
wi ri elected. Those who will serve
include .Miss Ruth Salsbury, pres-
ident; .Miss Charlotte Cracowaner,
vice-president; Mi.-s Ethel Gold-
stein, recording secretary; Mi--
Raye Birnbach, corresponding sec-
retary; Miss Clarice Steinberg,
treasurer; Miss Helen AronovitZ,
auditor, and Miss Henrietta Water-
man, recorder.
B'rith, was held Tuesday night in
the San Juan Hotel. Messrs. Mor-
ris La Belman, Many Kottelman
and Jimmy Decker were the com-
mittee in charge of the arrange-
ments,
investment, dislocate two major in-
dustries gas and electric and en-
gender new fears as to the fhtdre
of private iapital in all lines of
business in this rountry.
'"If arcorded fair treatment and
the ho-operation instead of the
hompetition of government, the
electric gas industries could be one
of the leaders in the drive for busi-
ness recovery. The way hack to
recovery is through the re-estab-
lishment of business confidence,
which will permit private taxpay-
ing capital to go to work again."
Mr. Inch pointed out the con-
trast in this forceful fashion:
"The alternative is tile expendi-
ture of immense sum.- of public
money to accomplish something
private capital can do better, the
further destruction of the sources
of government taxes, the imposi-
tion upon the people of a new so-
cial order under the guise of regu-
lation and the wanton destruction
of investors and investments alike."
Mr. Inch told the senate commit-
Krienc
Book Week
A Mother's Day program was
presented Friday evening, May io, Cong. Ohev Sholem in
at Temple Rodoph Sholom Byna- gogue. Rabbi B. Safer,
gogue as a part of Rabbi Adolph of the services, delivered
regular Friday night
Burger's
service.
The M. J. M. Club had charge
of the program and those who par-
ticipated were as follows: Intro-
duction, Miss Esther Jenkins, pres-
ident; opening prayer, Miss Shir-
ley Essrig; Origin of Mother's May.
Mi-- Amelia Lubetsky; Dear 011
Mother, Mi-s Marion Weber; No-
tee that the Electric Bond and
of Mrs. Hyman Roth share Company is not and never
will be happy to know that Mrs. nM ,)(1(.n a ..,,.,,.,.- eompany. He
Roth is improving after a severe stated: "It has, from the begin-
Illness. ning, provided the initiative, done
the planning and obtained the
- observed by money for the creation, develop-
the -Vila- ment and support of its group."
in charge He said the Electric Bond and
ii sermon Share Company is the perfect cx-
B. J. ample of one hundred per cent pub-
ic ownership and that it never
on the Jewi-h Mother. M
Cohen, president of the Congrega-
i on, gave a brief talk.
Katz; The Knight's Toast, Miss
Florence Abramavitz; Rock Me to
Sleep. Miss Helen Ar.....ivitz; Clos-
ing Prayer, Miss Ethel Haimovitz.
Those who -erved a- usher- were
Sal lye
i- the
tinman. Mrs. Morris Step
Club's spoil
The ninth National Jewish Hook Week in America will
be observed this year during Lag B'Omr, the week of May
19-25. While the observance of the Jewish Hook Week idea
is of comparatively recent origin, it has now found a lasting
place in the life of the modern Jewfirst, because it serves
:o focus his attention on the contribution of the contempo-
., I,.,.. ... ,u ,__|ji ; ,. ... .body Knows hut Mother, Miss Too;.
rarj .lew to the worlds civilization through literature, and
secondly, it reminds him of the permanent influences of the
Ethics of the Fathers and the Old Sages of Israel. It is but
one aspect of modern Jewish education to re-awaken race-
consciousness and a better familiarity with the history and
civilization of a people.
The purpose of this Festival, also known in early days
as the Scholars' Festival, is to hring? to the attention of both
lews and non-Jews the importance of reading, and especially
h importance of reading gjood Jewish books. A knowledge
i I (he literature of one's own people plays an important part
in the education, the culture and the self-respect of every
Jew. Jewish Hook Week is one way to follow in the paths
l learning which our great teachers in Israel pursued. The
iberal, the consecrated, and the humane lives and teachings
i f those who made Jewish history in the past, and verily
rote the history of Israel with their blood, are now available
in book form to suit all ages and all types. Jewish Hook
Week leads Us on. and beckons us through the printed word
io inform ourselves and to follow Ihe worth-while examples
"I the pastin order that learning may indeed light the
ludaism of the future.
The sponsors of Jewish Hook Week feel that this annual
celebration has brought about a keen interest and tolerance
in things Jewish. It is especially fitting in these turbulent
and discordant days when civilization seems to be sitting on
i keg of gunpowder, that attention should be focused on the
Far-reaching potentialities of the hook as a messenger of
peace and good will to man. It is suggested that Jewish
Book Week Committees he formed in Jewish communities
and that libraries, synagogues, book stores, clubs and al.
The Sunday school of Ohev Sho-
lom will hold its annual picnic at
San Lando Springs May 19 at 'J
p. m. The committee in charge
met Sunday night at the home of
Hindalyn Kottelman to make fur-
ther plan-.
Mr. A. Berger of
iting in Orlando.
Miami is vis-
Mr. Mac Roth of Daytona spent
Miss Geraldine Rosenberg and Miss the week-end in Orlando visiting
hi- mother, .Mrs. II. Roth.
Miss Rose Peretzman is tlv
of her aunt and uncle. Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Peretzman of
Miami Beach.
Mi. and Mrs. Morris Hi
Mrs. Ida Merchen and Mrs. Mae
Benjamin of St. Petei burg were
the guests of their sister a:: I
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ja-
cob \\ ittii r, over the week-end.
Sol Greenberg, 50, died at his I
home May Mh. He is survived by I
his widow, Mrs. Molly Greenberg;
-lers. Mrs. Herman Jusl .-.
Tampa, and Mrs. 0. Hollison, Chi-
cago, 111., and a brother, Felix
nberg, Peoria, III.
Brief Given
To Senate
"milked" its operating companies.
He pointed out that the .services
furnished by the Electric Bond and
Share Company to its affiliated
companies has resulted in substan-
tial savings for these companies.
Mr. Inch pointed out how the
Wheeler-Rayburn bill would take
away local regulation from local
and state commissions and central-
ize this power in Washington. He
also said it would handicap future
financing of operating companies.
"The statement has been made
that owners of securities of hold-
ing companies will lose nothin; and
that real Value.- will he rel.
This is incorrect and misleading,"
Mr. Inch said.
Mr. In h in i -i nted a Beri of
charts showing how taxes am
prii es have bi en gi ing up whil the
'i elei t ricity has been going
down steadily.
other Jewish organizations be asked to co-operate in order ,,1;U|,
10 make Jewish Hook Week a cultural success. In Miami.
is observing the NOOth anniversary oi me imtmi wi i.. York and all sorts oi other
ides (1135-1204), also known as Moses ben Maimon. or the haV(, 1)(i(,n p].,,,,,,,,] for th
Rambam, the great Jewish philosopher, physician, jurist. Taj- dreU| ,ls wej] as th,, adults.
nudist, leader and writer of the Middle Ages, who was pri-
of Richard
Quite a large crowd is expected
from St. Petersburg, Lakeland and
City for the second annual
picnic given by the Ladies' Aux-
Hijjdine's. the leading department store, is co-operating? with :ij.ilv (il- Rodopj, sholom Temple
a special displav featuring? Jewish books. this coming Sunday at Lakeside
This year especially offers two opportunities for cen- ll;uk lual. Lutz Tne grmi ,;,,,,
tering on Jewish culture and literaturefirst, world Jewry will ,l(. ,, l()Un(1 trip tick(,t to Xow
is observing? the 800th anniversary of the hirth of Maimon- V(i|k Bnd ., sorts f other Kam s
the chil-
Tick-
ets .an still be secured from any
vate physician to Saladin in the turbulent days of Richard iif lh(, Im.mi.,..s ,,f the auxiliary or
Coeur de Lion and the Crusades. The second event is the llom Mls A K Berger, or M..
tenth anniversary of the founding? of the Hebrew University M K.slcr.
on Mount Scopus" in Jerusalem, and all that the work ot this
modern house of learning; implies in the advancement ot j
modern scholarship. .
Under present world conditions in the tents of Israel and
households of other national groups, co-operation is urg?ed
tor the observance of Jewish Hook Week which offers a new SYNAGOG
dignified approach to the cultural growth and peaceful ad- MNAOW'
ventures of the community for the promotion of Good Will KitUhi Si M. Machtei, founder
movements. ____________________________ and director of the Radio Synagog,
host and hostess last Wednesday will preach over station WIOD at
afternoon al the annual Founders nine o'clock on Sunday morning on
Day tea, which was held in the tea "Are We Cods?" In addition to
the sermon there will he prayers,
scripture reading and a question
Washington, D. CAssociation
of the Florida Power & Light
Company with the Electric Bond
i lompany during the
decade has resulted in lower
rate.-, and more extensive and bet-
ter service for electric users in
Florida, Mr. S. I!. Inch, president
of the Electric Hond and Share
Company, brought out in a state- ;;-7 Washington Avenue
ment presented to the senate in- Miami Beach, Florida
terstate commerce committee. "' "' Ml- Rosenbloom:
Mr. Inch'- declaration was in- Now that the tourist season has
eluded in a series of charts filed closed I want to let you and Cai:-
with the senate committee in op- t'"' Schlachman know that I very
position to the Wheeler-Rayburn much appreciate the assistance that
Miami Beach
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
-Miami Reach, Florida
May 3, 1935.
Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom
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Tampa Notes
Mr.
Mrs. Abe Maas were
,om of Maas Bros. A program
of music was given during the aft-
er
noon, Mr. Sol Maas being mas- box.
utility bill now pending in con-
gress.
In using the Florida I'ower &
Light Company as one of his ex-
amples in his chart presentations,
Mr. Inch showed that electric rates
had been cut considerably through
association of the Electric Bond
and Share Company with the Flor-
ida I'ower & Light Company. The
chart specifically brought out the
rate reductions in ten representa-
tive towns since their local elec-
tri csystems were acquired.
Mr. Inch brought out that the
Wheeler-Rayburn bill would de-
stroy all holding companies and
handicap and restrict the local
electric companies to the point
where local service would he im- Secretary, Miami Beach Chamber
paired and present low rates en-1 of Commerce.________________
clangored. NOTE
Mr. Inch also advised the senate This Being Jewish Book Week,
committee that passage of the I take pleasure to invite my friends
Wheeler-Rayburn bill would cause to spend five minutes of their time
millions of men, women and chil- to look over their hooks to see if
dren investors in utilities to lose they have any that belong to me.
billions of dollars. if B0, I would very highly appre-
"Thia legislation as now pro- ciate their returning them.
posed, I think, will inevitably do- Very respectfully,
stroy tremendous values of sound JACOB II. KAPLAN.
you have given to me in the set-
tling of disputes between people
of Jewish faith.
Among the many that I have
sent to you, not a single one re-
turned renewing any complaint, a
fact that shows plainly your splen-
did influence among the people of
your rare.
I can assure ,im that our Cham-
ber of Commerce will be at all
times only too pleased to co-oper-
ate with you along lines that will
be of benefit to all of the people
of Miami Beach.
Thanking you for your good
work, I am
Most sincerely yours.
(HAS. W. CHASE, SR


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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Mj.. Jeannette Teller gave a
Irthday anniversary dinner for her
^ Sunday at the William I'enn
oU.l. Floral decorations and a
tthday cake adorned the table.
[1K. cake was cut by Mrs. Teller.
bier dinner the guests went to
|,,. Tiller's home, where pokeno
k yed.
Among those present were Mr.
nj Mrs. Harry Sher, Mr. and Mrs.
lanheimer, Mr. and Mrs. Dozier,
jr. ami Mrs. James Teller, Mr. and
I,,, i Abbott, Robert Sher, Ru-
olph Ziegler, Charles Hoyt, Paul
Ijn-r. Miss Eva Wexler, Miss Fan-
Ij,. Seineman, Miss Frances and
JliHs Carol Teller, Miss Sylvia
Ihapii" and Miss Edith Yadwin.
*
The unveiling of a tombstone to
he memory of the late Albert S.
[pie, who was killed in an auto
lecident last year, will take place
umlay, May 26th, at Brooklyn, N.
His father, Hyman Apte, ae-
kmpanied by a cousin, Jack Ra-
th, will leave Sunday to attend
le ceremonies.
*
The Y. M. H, A. is sponsoring a
knee at the Pier Pavilion, Miami
each, <>n Sunday evening, May 19,
br the benefit of the diamond ball
Bam equipment In charge of ar-
fcngements is a committee consist-
mg of al Grossman, E. A. Pallott,
Id! Rotfort, Nat Blumberg and Al
Htisman. The public is urged to
ttend.
*
| More than one hundred guests
Itendcd the formal installation
Inner for the recently elected of-
ittra of the Ladies' Auxiliary of
je Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
relation last Sunday night at the
1 If. H. A. The tables were beau-
pully decorated for the event. Ad-
fesses of congratulation were
bile by Mrs. William Robinson,
{etident of Beth David Sister-
od; Mrs. Isidor Cohen, president
B the Sisterhood of Chesed Shel
Hnes; X. Adelman, vice-president
the local B'nai B'rith Lodge;
Jax Kappaport, president of the
Bungrcgation; E. Albert Pallott,
Bi:lip Berkowitz, Joseph Green-
Hre, chairman of the board of ed-
Hatinn of the Congregation; Max
Tintzer, II. M. Drevich, Nat Blum-
Ire, treasurer of the Y. M. H. A.
pc invocation was delivered by
Jp. Julius Washer and the prin-
val address of the evening was
do by Rabbi Julius Washer. Mrs.
kilip Hi'ikowitz was presented
1th a gift for selling most tickets
p the recent ball of the auxil-
f>'- Mrs. Julius Washer, on be-
llf of the auxiliary, presented a
jft to Mrs. J. L. Shochet, the re-
hng president. A report of the
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At All Good Stores
activities of the auxiliary was ,-,-
nted by the retiring president,
;"H| ii;i "Wren of acceptance was
made by the new president, Mrs
Berkowitz. Taking part in tin- ,.
Bical program, in which the guests
joined, were Cantor Boris Schlach-
man, Cantor I!. Glick and P Ber-
kowitz. Derlamations in Yiddish
were given by Joseph Greenberg
and Harry Rose.
Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom and
daughter, Goldie Tamara, left Sun-
day morning to spend the Bummer
with Mrs. Rosenbloom's parents In
Montgomery, Ala.
t
_ Mrs. Tille Estroff of Lakeland,
Fla., an active worker of the Jew-
ish community there, died at the
Victoria Hospital Wednesday aft-
ernoon. She was the wife Of Mr.
Sam Estroff of that city. The
body was shipped to Atlanta, (la..
where interment will be made.
The Southern Cafeteria is spon-
soring a benefit luncheon on Fri-
day, May 24th, from 11 to 2 p. m.
for the benefit of the Miami .sec-
tion of the Senior Council of Jew-
ish Women. Half of the receipts
will be given to the organization
for its Religious, Welfare and ed-
ucational work. Mrs. Ida Optner
is chairman of the arrangements
committee, in charge of this event.
The public is invited to attend.
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Mi. and Mrs. I. Scholnick of
the New York Bakery left Tuesday
morning by motor- for North Car-
olina, where Mrs. Scholnick will
spend several weeks. Mr. Schol-
nick will continue on to New York
City on a business trip.
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The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion is sponsoring a benefit bridge
on Sunday evening, May 26th, at
the home of Mrs. Adolph Daum.
626 N. W. First st., with Mrs.
Daum and Mrs. William Clein as
the hostesses. Prizes will be
awarded for high scores and re-
freshments will be served.
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Election of officers for the Sis-
terhood of Chesed Shel Ernes,
which was to have been held yes-
terday, was postponed. A special
meeting for the purpose of elec-
tion will be held next Thursday,
May 2:$rd, at 2:80 p. m., in the
Beth David Talmud Torah Hall.
All members and friends of the
organization are invited to attend
and listen to the reports of the
activities of the organization for
the past year.
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Mr. and Mrs. David Sontag an- I
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Ruth, to Dr. Leo Kup-1
Per, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Kup-
ferstein, prominent communal
worker of this city. The wedding
Will be an event of June .'Kith nt
the Coral Gables Country Club.
Miss Sontag attended the Univer-
IU Til SONTAG
sity of Miami and has been active
in Junior Hadassah locally. Dr.
Kupper attended the University of
Florida and is a graduate of the
Southern Dental College of Atlan-
ta. The couple will make their
home in Miami. Both have ben
very active in the communnl life
of Greater Miami. Dr. Kupper has
established a large clientele since
he opened offices some months ago
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Sidney G. Kusworm of Dayton and
Mrs. Edward Jacobs and Rabbi
Milton Steinberg, both of New
York City, this week will be de-
livered the winning manuscripts
of scores of essay contests spon-
sored throughout the United States
and Canada this spring in order
though contestants may write on
anything relating to Jewish life.
This contest, which has been con-
ducted annually since 1926, is a
real job for the outstanding indi-
viduals who volunteer their serv-
ices as judges. Sidney G. Kus-
worm is known throughout the in-
ternational circles of B'nai B'rith
to determine the championship es- as director of Americanization. As
say writer among the 10 to 21-1 we|l known in Hadassah is Mrs.
year-old members of Aleph Zadik Edward Jacobs, its national pres-
ident. The author of "The Making
of the Modern Jew," Milton Stein-
Each of the one hundred and
ninety-five chapters are entitled to
berg, Rabbi of New York's Park
enter in the international contest Avenue Synagogue, is the third
the winner of their local compe- judge.
tition. This year most of the sub-' An international Hebrew essay
jects have to do with phases of
the life of Moses Maimonides, al-
contest is also sponsored by the
A. Z. A.
I SINCERELY THANK
EVERYONE
for the expression of confi-
dence in me, shown by the
vote last Tuesday.
I am proud to be numbered
amongst the citizens of a
city who will, when called
upon, so unselfishly surren-
der- their personal wishes in
the interest of the common
weal.
ALEXANDER ORR, Jr.
MY SINCERE THANKS!
I want to thank everyone, who so
nobly stood by me during my cam-
paign. The overwhelming confi-
dence shown in me will always be
a dear spot in my heart.
I go into office as one of your
Commissioners to do my duly as
I see it. Your confidence in me
will never be misplaced.
Very Sincerely,
ROBERT R. (Bob) WILLIAMS
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atifye
Hundreds of white-uniformed
girls paraded before the movie
camera at Fox Film stud.
cently in one of the most colorful
"mob 91 enes" ever f Imed.
Providing atmosphere for one of
Beveral spectacular sequences in
-The White Parade," which will
come to the Tivoli Theatre, tart-
in^r Sunday, was not the usual ar-
Department of the '
,1. The following will n
[graduation certificates: Stuart Si-
mon, Robert Levin, Seymour Ru-
bin, Sol Raymond Freeman.
Closing exercises of the Re.i-
gious Scl.....I will be held June 2nd
and each class will present a brief
outline of the work done during
the year
On Saturday morning, June 1st,
Bpecial services will be held i" hon-
or of Teddy Plant, who will become
a Bar Mitsvah.
On June Bth confirmation exer-
cises will be held, and on June i'lh
the animal picnic will be held at
Lauderdale.
/''ay, Mav
Mildred Greenberg, pianist, pu-
pil of Hannah Asher of the Univer-
sity of .Miami conservatory, who
has been studying for the past
seven months with Silvio Scionti
a: the Chicago Musical college, has
returned to Miami and will give
a recital Monday evening, .May 20,
R dtal Hall. She will be assist-
ed by Sara Folwell, soprano.
Word has just been received bj
Mrs. Frances Berner that her nine-
.Id grandson, Bernard J.
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
thur Whiteman of Savannah. Ga
waa the successful contestant in
violin contest in that city last week.
He wiH now go to Atlanta. Ga.,
where he will compete In the state
,,,.., for a scholarship and other
' priZes. Bernard has hen ;,
ed much praise by musical critics
and a -plendid musical future has
> teen predicted for him.
*
Miss Esther Wroobel left for
New York City last week to as-
sume an important business posi-
tion there.
rerred "' '' h banker,
tter of fact ,hl,71
teenth luinquennial convention of,
the B'nai B'rith by Sigmund Liv-
inggton, chairman of the B'nai
B'rith's Anti-Defamation League, this group, the truth
in presenting a report of the
hankers form only ;, m
HIGHLIGHTS OF B'NAI B'RITH
QUINQUENNIAL CONVENTION
AT WASHINGTON, D. C.
A ten-point program for com-
bating anti-Semitism in the Un ted
Slates was laid before the t'oiir-
league's activity.
I. Every avenue of enlighten-
, must be permitted to remain
unchallenged; 2. The books of
childhood '"ust be revised and
every character portraying the dew-
as a monster must he obliterated;
3. 1,, 1.....ks utilized in grade and
high Bchools the characters oj
.lews known in classic literature
produced when the author- thereoi
were -waved by religious fanat-
icism or despotic dictatorship must
l. replaced by characters truly
portraying the Jew; 4. The mys-
ticism ami ignorance concerning
the dew. his ethic-, his contribu-
tions to the world, his philosophy
of life, his religious faith, must
be clarified by the public; r>. Every
popular fiction as to the Jew
should be corrected by the truth.
When Wall Street hankers are ro-
ll .
shown. When the loya
dew to his country or h
ism is traduced. answer ^
ernmental record \\h ,,
rale and ethi in
questioned, show th(. ..
proper and accurate romp,
When malefactors are
a- .lews, produce th,. ,0Jnm
records of the penal institution,
this country; 7. Every i
must he answered Ky facts and
by mere denial-; 8. A
bution of dews i>, vocationii
ocations must he attempts
Every large citj -hould have,
cal committee i mposed
possessing pro,.... ,.u;iii,
deal with unjust discrimiiu,
The plan of operation should]!
he militant; HI. The i
the prevention of defai,
the screen, radio and print sj
continue with unabated vip]a
raj of extras, hut an unprecedent
ortment 'if "types."
The picture presents the human
interest (dement- in the lives of
irjrls who undergo three years of
im : : lining for lifelong ca-
a nui es. w tii a minimum
of technical hospital routine.
'I'h.' theme of the picture is the
glorification of a profession de-
voted to sacrifice and unselfishni
SuppoiIing Ho! and Miss
Young is a brilliant cast, includ-
ing Dorothy Wilson, Muriel Kirk-
land, A-trid Allwyn, Joyce Comp-
lon, Jane Harwell. Sara lladen,
Polly Ann Young, Frank Melton
and Walter dohnson.
Opening Sunday at the Seventh
Avenue Theatre, a Will Rogers tea-
ture, "The County Chairman.'" will
he shown to delighted audiences
a perhaps Will's finest vehicle to
date.
"The County Chairman" is a
screen adaptation of the famous
stage comedy by George Ade. It
tells a mirthful, shrewd and dra-
matic- story of small town politics
in a day when American village
life was far more colorful and iso-
lated than it is today.
The star appears as the fire-
eatine; boss of a small town, who
kisses all the babies, captures all
thi' votes and brings together two
estranged young lovers. In a scrap,
however, he's too hot to handle!
His supporting east numbers
many players who have l>ecn with
him in previous successes.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E. Nineteenth St.
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Friday evening services will be
laid at 8:16 o'clock. Dr. Kaplan's
subject will be the "Hope of Re-
lease."
Saturday morning services will I
begin at 11 o'clock. Dr. Kaplan i
will speak on the subject, "The In-
scription on the Liberty Bell."
On May II 1st at the regular serv- |
ices Dr. Kaplan will hold gradua-
tion exercises for the High School

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