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The Jewish Floridian ( June 7, 1935 )

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wJewisti FioridHan combining THE JEWISH UNITY FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLf % B—No. 23 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 7, 1935 Price Five Cent* FILES and FLASHES Uv DR. S. M. MELAMED annual philanthropic budget |American Jewry is still in the %  hborhood of one hundred mildollars, but the educational \ jel does not exceed ten mildollars annually. When these mbertf w >" be reversed, the Jewpeople wil see happy days, inld. penera Cobra Goering, Nazi minof police, aviation, concentraiii camps, executions and torture inihcrs, has decreed on the 17th April that the executioner must lute his victim with "Heil HitMr, it Heir Leo Wohlfahrt. He is |.l. A -h gentleman, not baptized, |il still one of the dignitaries of Nazi government. He is a high tidal in the German ministry of baiue. In a recent order to the ptui' of the German newspapers, trv Goebbels forbids them to Pntion that Leo Wohlfahrt is a |w "because of the great services ndcring to the Fatherland." irr Schacht admits he cannot do %  thout Herr Wohlfahrt. %  Will you be startled to learn pit the late M. Barthou, former emier nf France and former minler of foreign affairs, who was lied together with King AlexanIr nl .lugo-Slavia while the latter I visiting France, belonged to old Marrano family? Every tithe in Frenchman whose name Igmwith Bar—meaning, in He|ew, son—is of Jewish origin. This formation was conveyed to me by r. Nahum Sloush, famous French |w:--h scholar, who has made a ncial study of the Marranos in luthern France. To him I also Jfe the information that the late |. M tiis, who succeeded Clemenau in the latter's first premierlip was a Marrano Jew and a Jem her of the Bordeaux Jewish Immunity. jit so happens that the four most Imous German American scienfcts, the biologist Loeb, the elccIciii wizard, Steinmetz, the phys|st, Michaelson, and ihe psycholJiat, .Muensterberg, of whom the ktheiland was so proud, were all In A vans, or, to be more spcpeJews, Real Aryan Germans America are familiarly rccogjzeil through their positions as lewcry workers, sausage makers, keepers, bartenders and simir 'y elevated callings—all for the Mter glory of Aryan Germania. Gift Essential Pupils Present Senior Hadassah I Jewish News For Congress Rambam Program An essential requirement that ; For the first time in its history must be met by every delegate atthe Sunday school and and Talmud tending the nineteenth biennial I Torah of the Miami Jewish OrthoSenior Hadassah, held "last" week to be held dox Congregation will hold dosat the home of the new president, Installs Heads One of the most novel installations held this year was that of Which is included in the United school and Talmud Torah will preganization from its inception and Jewish Appeal campaign for $3,| B ent the life and works of Moses i patterned after the famout 250,000 for the relief and rehabilitation of European Jewry, it was pointed out yesterday by Mr. Ix>uis Lipsky, national chairman of the American Palestine Campaign and a national co-chairman of the United Jewish Appeal. The rules of the World Zionist Congress provide that no delegate Maimonides, the Rambam, in token of the worldwide celebration of the 800th anniversary of his birth. gram, "March of Time." proMr*, tsadore Weinatein was "announcer." Others taking part wen' The Thirteen Principles of Faith Mrs E M Goldstein, Mrs. Alex will be presented by Stanley Tan( Goldstein, Miss Doris Cromer, Mrs. nenbaum, Nathan Mayerowitz, A,bert Rosenthal, Dr. Max ShaStanley Scher, Harold BerkowltZi Boruch Leib Mell and Shirley shall have a valid claim to the seat Greenberg. Lawrence Feinberg will piro, Dr. Jacob Kaplan and Mrs. Moses Krieger. The musical program was furnished by Sonya to which he has been elected by present the eight degrees of charSnow and Rosemary Gerson Klempany constituency unless he has actively participated in the rebuilding of the Jewish homeland in Palestine through a gift made to the Keren Haycsod. In the L936 drive the Keren Hayesod, through the ment of the Rambam will be given ity. Oscar Rappaport will tell of the Moreh Nevuchim (Guide to the Perplexed). The social ideas of ter. accompanied Laskin. by -Mrs. I.aura A decorated table was arranged the Rambam will be given by Marin „ H ,,.„;„_ wlu r< .,„ informa | ,,.. Around the World Sephardic Congress Plans Jerutsalem Rabbinical Seminary London—Plans for the establishment of a Sephardic rabbinical seminary, probably in Jerusalem, were made at the opening session of the first world congress of Sephardic Jews, Sir Francis Montefiore, chairman of the congress, in his opening message, vigorously denied rumors that the congress was an attempt to establish a separatists movement of Sephardic Jews. Delegates from 12 countries are attending the congress. Jew Named Civil Aviation Head in Greece Saloniki—Isaac Taki, former member of the Creek senate, beAmcriean Palestine Campaign, is associated with the Joint Distribution Committee in the United Jewish Appeal. Zionists planning to go to Europe this summer were reminded by Mr. Lipsky in his statement that a receipt indicating a contribution to the United Jewish Appeal will be required from all American delegates before the credentials committee of the World Zionist Congress validates their election. In his statement, which is of particular interest at this time bccause of elections that are soon to be held throughout the United States for the nomination of delegates to the World Zionist Congress. Mr. Lipsky pointed out that the obligation to the Keren Haycsiid is binding upon all members of the Zionist organization, no matter to which party or faction of the Zionist movement they belong. In his statement Mr. Lipsky said: "In accordance with article 2.'!, paragraph 2 of the constitution of the World Zionist Organization, voting rights at the World Zionist tin Greenberg. The early environcept j on t „„ k )lai ( ., ft ,.,. ,,„. ,„.„_ ca me the first Jew to hold a magram. New officers are: Presij<" government appointive office by Mildred Berkowitz. The early dent, Mrs. Joseph Williamson; vicewhen he was nam lirector of hie of the Rambam wiU be given jpresidents, Mrs. Barney Weinkle, civil aviation, a post comparable to Mrs. Harry Lipton, Mrs. Sam Si-. that of vice-minister of aviation. monhoff; treasurer, Mrs. Max PepThe monarchist party, which is per; financial treasurer, Mrs. Milseeking Jewish votes in the comton Weiner; corresponding secre'"M election, has nominated two tary, Mrs. Roland Granat; recordJewish candidates, Leon Gotenu, ing secretary. Mrs. I.ouis lleiman; former head of the Saloniki kehilliy Esther V. Shochet and the later life of the Rambam by Ray U. Shochet. Marcia Harris will give the invocation and Phyllis Shulman the benediction. Gifts will be presented to the teachers of the Sunday school by Mrs. Philip Berkowitz on behalf of the Ladies' Auxiliary. Mr. Max Rappaport, chairman of the board of directors, will speak and Mr. Joseph Greenberg, chairman of tinboard of education, will present scholarship awards to the honor students, who will be announced at the exercises. A musical program will be presented during the evening. auditor. Mrs. Alex Goldstein. Yiddish Concert To Be Staged lah, and David Levi, executive see retary of the kehillah. Y. M. H. A. Elects New Officers Sunday evening, June 16th, will witness the presentation of an unusually novel concert and stage Dr. Pratto Named Chief Rabbi of Home Rome— Official announcement has been made here that Dr. David Pratto, former chief rabbi of Alexandria, Egypt, has been named show in Yiddish by some ol the uc ..• • r> .... I chief rabbi of Rome to succeed the At a spirited meeting attended by an unusually large number of members Wednesday night the Young Men's Hebrew Association held its annual election of officers, resulting in the following being Congress are dependent upon the ^ K ., t .. chosen to head the organization for payment of a contribution to the m Alyin Grossman, Keren Haycsod, as duly testified ^ R ^ by the local fund-raising au ho, P ^ ^^ treum9t ities. Failing such an official receipt, delegates must prove that best known local amateur talent. Cantor I.ouis Hayinan will be master of ceremonies, with Cantor Boris Schlachman and other vocalists being heard em the program. Joseph Greenberg and Harry Rose are among the local Yiddish talent who will donate their services during the evening. Morris Coldman will direct the musical program. The proceeds will be used for the help of a local family in distress. late Rabbi Angelo Sacerdoti. As chief rabbi of Rome, Dr. Pratto becomes the spiritual head of Italian Jewry. The new chief rabbi Is a veteran Zionist, having been ja delegate to the first few World (Zionist congresses. He is also a [former editor of Israel, the organ of the Italian Zionist. Last year he was decorated by Premier Mussolini. feth David to Meet Sunday line annual congregational meetly of Beth David Congregation f" he held at the Synagogue pnday evening, June 9th, beginPete Silverman, recording secretary; Albert Reisman, corresponding secretary; Philip Berkowitz, sergeant-at-arms; Jack Apte, fiare rem.nded that the obligation (JJJ ^^^ ^ ^^ ^ they are unable to make such a contribution. The Zionist parties Moscow—Soviet Russia's new consul-general for the United States is Jean Arent, former first secretary of the Soviet embassy in to the Keren Hayesod is binding upon all groups. They are urged to make certain that prospective delegates have fulfilled their obligation to the Keren Hayesod so that the elections now being conducted will not be jeopardised by rulings of the Congress Court." ning at 8 o'clock. Important business will be transacted at this meeting. Election of six directors to fill the places of retiring members of the board will be held. All members are urged to attend. A report of the pasl year's ities wi ning. chairman; Albert Berkowitz, membership chairman; Carl Sokolow, publicity chiarman; Frank Rose, entertainment chairman; Eddie Lang, athletic director; Cantor Boris Schlachman, chairman of national affairs; Sidney Segal, Harry Rose, Sam Shindel and Murry Grossman, directors at large. The officers will be formally installed at a special meeting ami entertainment to %  held shortly. They will be informally welcomed at the dance being sponsored by the organization on next Thursday eveChesed Shel Ernes To Hold Banquet was iinn "n


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, June 7, 1935 Mr. and Mrs. Louia O. Bloomfield, Miami Beach residents, celebrated their thirtieth wedding anniversary Tuesdaj evening, June 4th, at the Royal Palm Club, Biscayne Park. A Bpecia] dinner was served and entertainment furnished by the orchestra with a special Mendelssohn Wedding March played for the occasion. Among those present besides Mr. and Mrs. Bloomfield, Mr. David • r of Johnstown. Ja.. of the Glosser Department Store, was toastmaster and master of ceremonies. Mr. Glosser is a philanthropist and a member of several Jewish institutions of America. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Freisch of Xew York, and owners of the Arnold Arms Apartments, Miami Beach, their daughter, Ruth, who is spending her vacation with her parents on the closing of college; Mr. anil Mrs. Feuer of Bridgeport, I Conn., and Miami; Mrs. A. Smith, secretary to Mr. I.. 0. Bloomfield; Mrs. Lena Kantor of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Miami Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Reder of Coral Gables. Telegrams 01 congratulation were received from several friends and relatives, wishing Mr. and Mrs. Bloomfield happiness and health. Mr. I.. O. Bloomfield has been a resident of Miami and Miami Beach for over eleven years and has taken interest in many Jewish welfare organizations. He is a member and director of Beth Jacob Synagog, Miami Beach, and resides at the Beach, being engaged in the real estate business at 601 Collins ave. • The Young Hebrew Social Club held a regular meeting at the home of Mildred Berkowitz when important business was transacted. Plans for a Y'iddish class were discussed and will be announced shortly. The next meeting of the organization will be held at the home of Peritz You cut the Cottons We cut the Price Yard Thousands of yards of prints sensationally priced for prospective vacationists or stayat-homes. Buy prints for sports, for afternoon gaieties and for frivolous evenings. Choose from these Vita Chrome Voiles Woven Seersuckers Printed Organdies Shadow-Stripe Voiles Printed Broadcloths. 'iMi FLOOR A Special Jewish Section —Where you may purchase ceremonial equipment for both home and synagogue requirements ... as well as the latest Jewish literature Burdine's Fourth Floor. TAKE A VA4 ATIOX Scheinberg, 242 s. \V. Fourth ave.. on Tuesday evening, June 11th, at t> o'clock. On Wednesday evening, June 18th, the organization will five an entertainment and social lor its members at the home of Bee Zeesman, 174<; S. W. Twelfth st., with Bee Zeesman chairman, assisted by Holly Selby and Ray U. Shochet. • The Junior division of the Y. M. II. A. at its meeting Tuesday night listened to an address by Rabb: Julius Washer of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and elected Esther Cromer vice-president to fill the vacancy caused by the incumbent leaving the city. Miss Jennie Spector outlined the social and cultural program for the coming weeks. Visitors will he permitted to attend meetings for a limited time. • • An important meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held at the Synagogue Tuesday evening. June 11th, at 8 o'clock, which all members are urged to attend. Plans for the coming card party will be announced at this meeting. • A large number of friends attended the shower given recently by the Misses Gertye and Sophia Neham, honoring Miss Ruth Sontag, whose marriage to Dr. Leo Kupper will be an event of June :(0th. A delicious buffet luncheon was served during the evening. The guest of honor was the recipient ol ir.any l.eautiful gift-. a* Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith will hold its social meeting for the month of June on next Wednesday, June 12th. at Beth David Talmud 1 ginning at p. m. Card games will be played and ten prizes of a basket of gro will be awarded for high scores. Following the card games hill billy darning will be enjoyed. 1will be served during the evening. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers is 1 ting chairman of the arrangements committee. She is being asi by Mesdames L. Brown, I. Levin, Klry Stone and William :man. • What promises to be one of the of the current lea n it the dance and enteila.n..; sposored by Loyalty Club of F.munah Chapter, <>. K. S., at the Royal Palm Club on Thurs._•. June 20th, when dancing will be enjoyed to the music of Ross Alienorchestra, ai of note w.ll present a i show. Admission will lie one dollar per couple, including minimum and cover charges. • • During the closing exercises, he d at the Beth David Talmud Torah last week, the following pupilwho attained highest scholastic marks at the Talmud Torah and Sunday school and received the Beth David gold medals are: Paul Safer, Morgan Levy, Gilbert Friedman, David Silver, Ben-ami Lipit/. Esther Lipitz, Nanette Cohn n Weinkte. The following pupils received prizes for their schola • ibility: Diana Blatman, Adele Sontin. Frankie Markowitz, • Rothlein, Rosalind Barco, Esther Bain, Harvey Sootin, Sidiordon, Elmer Oliphant, Stanley Tinter, Albert Eskanazie, Eubert Saal. F.Iain.' Gottlieb, Burton Cohn and Blanche S-.ligman. • • • marriage of Miss Floryn Levitch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levitch, and Alvin Walder, t Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walder, took place Monday at the home of Rabbi Jacob II. Kaplan, who officiated at the ceremony which was attended by members of the two families. Lester Walder was best man. After the ceremony the bridal party was entertained with a wedding breakfast at the Everglades Hotel and Mr. and Mrs. Walder -ailed in the afternoon for New York on their wedding trip. The bride was graduated from George Washington High school, .New York. Mr. Walder is a graduate of the University of Miami and is manager of the Seventh Avenue Theatre. • • • The marriage of Dan Scheinbaum and Miss Shirley Kantor took place Monday afternoon at the resof Dr. Jacob 11. Kaplan, who officiated at the ceremony. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Rose Kanl r of Brooklyn and Mr. Scheinbaum ia son of Mr. and .Mis. Charles Scheinbaum of Brooklyn. The second in the series f Tut-.. day luncheons for women'•iigaaj. zations of Miami to be he d in the new Sears, Roebuck & Co. store auditorium was held Tuesday by 1 the Miami section of the National Council of Jewish Women. Fol1 lowing the luncheon, which was attended by nearly 100, bridge was i played. D. K. Miller, store manager, welcomed the women :,nd explained the plan which the firm hainaugurated for luncheons each Tuesday of representative clubs during the summer months, the only condition being that the amount paid in by member.for the luncheon will be used fur charitable purposes. • • Mrs. Nathan Samet anii daugh, ter, Gloria, left this week ; relatives and friends in New York, where they will spend the summer. Ask for NEW YORK BREAD At All Good Stores Ask for NEW YORK BREAD At All Good Stores For a Delightful Vacation .Stop at the FIFTH AVE. HOTEL 709 5th Ave. West HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. Phone 829J STRICTLY KOSHER Low Rates Operated by I. MARKOWITZ and JACK WUCHER FlA0lERta f h Ay PhonZU57 Sun.-Mon., June 9-10 Warner Baxter—Walter King Janet Gaynor—Jane Harwell Rosemary Ames—Stepin Fetchit ONE MORE SPRING Sun.-Mon., June !>-!<> Francis l.ederer—Ginger Rogers Arthur llnlil—Jimmie Butler 'Miami's Newest Shoe Store" IDEMPSEYV + >AV6NUS ROMANCE IN MANHATTAN 32 N. E. First Avenue COMBS %  IT1IIJIIH !•• 1236 S. W. EIGHTH ST PHONE 2-752! The Best in Groceries. MeaU. Fruit* and VefeUbles GLASSMIRRORSPAINTS! BINSWAN6ER & CO. 1206-16 N. E. 2nd Ave. HOWARD KOSKNDOKF, Mgr. THOMSON & McKINNON Members New York Stock Exchange MIAMI OFFICE: Sixth Floor First National Hank Building Telephone 2-7601 GIVE-UP BUSINESS FOR CLIENTS OF EXCHANGE MEMBERS SOLICITED



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Page Three THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN wJewist) Floridiain Friday, June 7, 1935 Twr Bide FLORIDA'S ONLY fgWIM WUUY PU1U81ID lYBir^UDAr JSTWI1M FLOKIDIAN PLBLISBINC CO P. O. In :i7i Nsws „1 I W. lM* AT* Miaai, Fla. BDITOUAL owrict !' %  • %  • 2 Bernyi Sholom Alcchem, a Yiddish talkie, jf j ai ksonvUll have arrivcd for was presented at the Center the 8Ummer and have opened up Wednesday night for the benefit h ,„. ( ottaKl „„ the 0 ,,. an u .„ nt of the Hebrew school. .„„, X(llth pirst st Mrs. Joe Waterman has returned to her home after spending the past .-even weeks with relatives in MaCOn and other points in Georgia. •1. Moth* Omt T**r suaucairrioN II M MM FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1935 Vol. 8—No. 23 Mias Emily Bloom, whose marto I.onnie Wurm will be an event of next June 16th, was guest of honor at a china shower given by Mrs. D. Moscovitz. Prizes for high scores were given to Mrs. M. Moss. Mrs. B. Weiner, Miss Martha Lipshitz, Miss Julia Mizrahi and Mrs. II. Selber. Law of Moses Basis of Farmers' Aid Bill Washington) June 1—Sponsors of farm mortgage relief, their faith in the Constitution shaken by the supreme court decision in the I'razier-Lemke mortgage moratorium law case, turned their backs today on the ark of American liberty and went back to the Mosaic law of the Old Testament for support. There they found that Moses had decreed the following for the children of Israel: "In all the land of your possession ye shall grant a redemption of the land." Inspired by this. Rep. Hugh Peterson, jr. (Dem. Ga.), prepared and introduced in the house a bill directing the general land office to buy up farm mortgages now outstanding or foreclosed since 1920, liquidate all debts and give the farm homesteads free of debt back to deserving farmers. What a fitting tribute to the Torah at "Zman Malan Toiasaynu"! Could any Rabbi preach a more stirring sermon at Sh'vuoth when we celebrate the giving of the Law than that contained in the above news item? We submit this is food for thought particularly for Jews. Isaac I'eiser will be master of ceremonies at the Junior Hadassah Minstrel Show Tuesday evening, June 11th, at the Morocco Temple. Specialty numbers, dancing ensembles, vocal selections will all IKgiven during the evening. Miss Kate Bandrimer is genera) chairman of this project and has as her co-chairman Miss Ruth Moeil. Other committees arc as follows. The Misses Ida Baiter and Bertha Mehlman, acting as program chairmen, assisted by Miss Rae Cohen; Miss Ras Botkowsky is the ticket chairman, and is assisted by Miss Etta Bucholtz. Publicity is in charge of Misses Kate Bandrimer, Ruth Moed and Mrs. Jack Becker. The Wrong Method Much has been said in the Yiddish and Anglo-Jewish press of this country anent the recent action of the Rabbinical Assembly of America to devise ways and means for the liberalization of the Jewish marriage laws. Much of the comment does not take into consideration the problems involved in this basic revolution of age-old law. However because of the serious problem involved We had hoped that the "Agudas Harabonim," the foremost Rabbinical organization of Orthodox Rabbis in the United Slates and Canada, would approach the problem with Undue and deep consideration that it merited. The mere fact that the action was not retroactive, afforded a glorious opportunity for conferences and for that approach and consideration that true "Talmidei Chachomim" give to everj I'i'oblem. „ ,. However ... a conference of Rabbis was called and then the unusual and uncalled-for declaring of a ban, '•Chayrem. against all who would participate, carrying with "We solemn excommunication and all that it implies, was officially ae' May we respectfully suggest to the Agudas HaraJ>onim that it is about time that they take stock of IIMJJJW we direct their attention to the definite rules affecting marriage ceremonies in which it has been hud down fe^deM tradiction "onlv he who is thoroughly versed in the laws or marriage and "divorce may perform a ""^ !" ?fi. Will they sit idly by and declare that the ignoran1 m ma Performer in our great metropolitan cities or the gr*J" of Sextons, Shochtim, Cantors and what note are !" $ under the Jewish laws they so fundamental!. jjhtrt to. If the principle of "Taharas Hamishpocho taggf"" case of the divorce, then certainly the same principle appUes in the marriage. If there is to be a chay^; and ."^ municatiOD in the case of the divorce, then ccrtu.nl> there should be one in the case of the mar aKC p „ m should If there are bans to be applied, If a 'SSOTfjS'fi be declared, if offenders should be ^"X^lStemntible Jewish fold, why not then begin with ^^JSJJj wearers of the cloth who are guilty of EgSSXBSTin Bible in connection with Kashrus? If Orthodox Rabbis arc Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Mo-s celebrated their first wedding anniversary at Neptune Beach when a delicious supper was served the guests. Assisting Mrs. Moss were her mother, Mrs. William Sobel, Mrs. Sandier and Mrs. \V. Silverman. Tampa Notes Rodoph Sholom Sunday school had annual examinations last Sunday morning. Mr. D. Stein, president of the congregation, complimented the children on their very fine work and urged them to be loyal to their rabbi and their religion. Mrs. A. R. Berger, president of the Ladies' Auxiliary, gave a fine talk to the children. Mrs. Berger then introduced Mrs. M. II. Kisler, who presented the rabbi and teachers with gifts. The rabbi also presented all of his pupils with jars of candy. Teachers of Rodoph Sholom Sunday school are Rabbi Ailolph Burger, Mrs. Irving Salsbury, Mrs. an Finman, Miss Fannie Oster, Miss Florence Ahramovitz, Miss Beck Buchman and Mr. Robert Kasriel. Sunday school will open again in the fall. Mr. and Mrs. .lack Swerdlin have as their guest Mr. Swerdlin'l brotheland sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Swerdlin, and their daughter, Miss I.ibby Swerdlin, of Cleveland, Ohio. The Temple Sisterhood held an im) ortant meeting at the Temple ll< me last Tuesday when work for the coming year was outlined by the president, Mrs. I-. P. Lippman. Rabbi Morris 1). Margolis officiated at the unveiling of tombstones Sunday to the memory of Rev. Frank Weiss and Mrs. Liba Weiss of Sarasota. Mr. Harry N. Sandier, Tampa lawyer and Ilillsborough representative in the legislature, was appointed by Governor Sholtz recently and confirmed by the senate as circuit judge of Hillsborough to take the bench made vacant by the recent resignation of Curtis L. Sparkman. The appointment, effective last week, is for a six-year term, beginning August 2nd, the day after the effectiveness of judicial recirCUiting under the act signed by the governor and for the 60-day interim period. The salary of the office is $0,000 a year. The annual luncheon of the I>aAuxiliary of Rodoph Sholom Temple was held Wednesday in the Crystal Room of the Floridan Hotel. Mrs. Irving Salsbury and Mrs. Fred I'erlman were members of the committee in charge. Rabbi Adolph Burger, Mr. and Mrs. David Stein were the guests of honor and were -rated at the speakers' table. Mis. A. K. Berger, president of the auxiliary, welcomed the members and the guests, Mrs Henry Brash gave the opening prayer, and a program was presented during the luncheon by Miss Clarice Steinberg, Mrs. Harry Sandier and Mr. Fred Perlman, and Mr. Meyer Stoun. The president read her annual report, which was followed by the Corresponding secretary. Mrs. Jacob Winner. Mrs. P. Gotler, recording secretary, and Mrs. Henry Brash, treasurer. Members of the standing committees also gave their reports, which were as follows: Ways and means, Mrs. Simon Marks and Mrs. A. M. Wolfson; social service, Mrs. I. Segal; school anil education, Mrs. 1. Salsbury; house and cemetery. Miss Clara Wohl; sick and distressed, Mrs. Leo Chardkoff and Mrs. M. Argintar; membership, Mrs. MauriceStein; program, Mrs. M. II. Kisler; phone committee, Mrs. I. AbramovitZ and Mrs. M. Ressler. Toronto Talmud Torah Reopens After Two-Month Suspension Mr. and Mrs. Morris Witten were hosts to troop 12, Boy Scouts, at their beach home. Sam Bergman acted as scoutmaster and, following games and bathing, a picnic lunch was served on the lawn. The Ladies' Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society entertained in the Center last week with a dessert bridge party. Prises were given at each Individual table. Special prizes were awarded to Mesdames A. Nabin, I. Davidson and II. Talisman. Rabbi David L. Zielonka was the principal speaker at the banquet held by the Hillsborough County Council of Parent-Teacher Associations at the Woodrow Wilson school. His subject was "The Change in the Social Set-Up and Its Challenge to Parents," which was very much enjoyed by all those present. Toronto—Rallying to the support of the famous Brunswick Avenue Talmud Torah, which had been closed for two months, Toronto Jewry raised $25,000 at a public banquet here to enable the institution to reopen. The school suspended in .March after the teachers went on strike because they had not been paid for 40 weeks. The school has 600 pupils and was established tin years ago. Mr. and Mrs. N. II. Shorstein and son, Jackie, are occupying the Lawrence K. Smith cottage at .Neptune Beach for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Moss and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sandier and Miss Tillye SimovitS, one of the season's much feted brides-elect, was entertained informally recently at the Mirasol Hotel by her cousins, the Misses Miriam and I'aulyne Leibovitz. Guests were received by the hostesses and honor guest in the lobby of the hotel, where [lotted palms and spring flowers added a ilecorative note. The terrace overlooking the yacht i basin and the patio was used by those playing bridge. Tallies and other party appointmentfollowed the bridal theme Paris—Robert Kronfeld, Austrian Jewish aviator and the completed the first London-toI'aris glider flight in four hours j world's leading glider, this week and five minutes. Kronfeld holds most of the world's records for gliding. He made the first round trip glider flight over the English channel in 1031. (o be honest and sincere, then it is high time that they "destroy the evil within their own camps." There is much to be said about the lack of knowledge in matters of Jewish law on the part of many of the members of the Rabbinical Assembly that does not, however, excuse or justify the action of the Agudas Harabonim in issuing a Chayrem ... we submit ... it is THE WRONG METHOD. Jew Has $72,000, but (Joes Hungry Dublin—Although he had in his pocket a ticket for $72,000 duo a friend of his who won that sum in the last Irish sweepstakes, Francisco Abrami, New York Jew, left Dublin hungry this week because he could not find a kosher restaurant. Abrami came here to collect the prize for his friend, but quit the city for the continent when he founil that he could not obtain kosher food.



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r--:*LZ L^Page Four W York— T i 0 Radio fiFynagng ^"eciicrn ltt*c .; iAii; i at. MA IZTTI LAY *f.i>. T.'.Z. MIAMI F^ %  ... | %  %  The spectacle of 120 "fa the Law a Burden? <*~* • }"%  u %  .. %  %  %  -. -1 %  %  l*rliea and, reputedly, some internes at Beth Mosei Hos^ pital "walking out" in a two-honj protest against dismissal of seven employes excited New York's at-. hi re this week, A s ^ e | e itff was left on duty, .\ urses tarrying banners paraded in front of the hospital. .. ^RADIO • %  • • • %  %  •' ... %  • 7 • • • i %  -. • ... 1; y 1 %  • -. • I %  %  %  %  %  %  '-' -' -* %  %  HANSON ROOFING CO. j Kiiab.nhrd Since 19)4 Roofing and Sheet Metal Contractor fin All Its Branches) Phone 2-1831 328 N. E. 13th St. SYNAGOG M ::. htei, f • %  -. • ... i %  • : %  %  • • %  .. I %  %  %  %  -• %  %  --, •%  • ... %  %  %  •. -. 7"•: H :<•:> a: a ming n "la Th< the da .. rr.usic, gram. BOBBINS BOOriNG A 8HIBT METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers since 1|1. Inspections and Eetimatei Free. 222 N. W. 28th St. Phone 1-1701 ... ... -----• • • %  %  .. "•* %  %  %  %  %  .. • %  %  • %  --.. %  -' '" •' %  • %  '." %  •" %  -' -. ; ... • %  :.-.'. %  -' %  %  %  -I i a: ... %  -" •' • • • %  '• : ." I "_ %  ft; ....--•• .%  ... %  • • • %  %  %  ---•.-• i .... r who %  -..'"• ...-',• iirplane r.:* para.-..'.j I might not go so tar • %  %  • %  %  i • %  .-... ... %  %  %  i %  -. -i .. -" CONGREGATION BKTH JACOB fOrthod i 311 Washington Are, Miami B*ach DAVID I. ROSENB M Rabbi • • %  '•'/•' %  • %  .. i lity for a %  • % %  • -ange • s ilc.ns.dera • • ng out" '• g.ous la • %  I an.; rig i f no such loopl • I %  afford I is to a k.'.'i P [' If. 1 : not want • :; • I nough for 1 ....... r the K • •.: %  • % %  •. laws fine enough ms of ...;,.. .So ': i ? He sti cheats and iwi %  I L I TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI fReform) 137 N. K. Nineteenth St UK. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabhi To your FRIENDS and RELATIVES in the (RUSSIA) T&rgsin Storet ors located in th$ largir cities of the U-S.S.R. and carry difftrent domestic and imported articles of high quality; CLOTHIXG, $hots, rubbers, skirts; FLOUR, sugar, coffee, and other FOOD STUFFS; household goods, tobacco, etc. PRICES COMPARE FAVORABLY WITH THOSE IN AMERICA To places where there are no Torgsin stores the merchandise is mailed by the TORGSIN PARCEL DEPARTMENT For Torgsin orders see your local bank or authorized agent G.nenl Representative In U.S.A AMTORO. 261 Fitth Ave., NY Gradual hool Israel %  B whicn .:. Mr. li %  ion on I ;. Baal Raymond Freeman He Sure to Take Advantage of Our SUMMER SPECIAL A BUDGET BUNDLE Everything Washed and Ironed SAVE! On Yo> Family Washing 10 Lbs. $1.59 Additional at lOc Lb. family Bundle to consist of a! least one-half Flat Work • fcxcew el wearing apparel over Flat charged additional 10c lb. HOME StUVICt um



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Friday, June 7, 1935 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN The last "Shalosh-Si-Udos" of the season was held last Saturday at tin Beth David Talmud Torah. Mr. N. Bader and Mr. I. Bludstein, sponsors, surprised Rabbi Max Shapiro by presenting him with a beautiful smoking set of pipe, cigar holder and lighter as a token of their appreciation for his work. Mrs. Bludstein has served this group faithfully by providing the necessaries at every "Shalosh-Sil The assemblage wished Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro godB peed during their coming vacation. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Harry Markowitz left Tuesday to spend the next six week.visiting relatives and friends in New York, the White Mountains and Detroit, Mich. • • The summer semester of Beth David Talmud Torah will begin Monday morning, June 10, at 10 o'clock. Register your children Monday and Tuesday from 10 to 11:30 a. m. Mr. E. Gordon is in charge. • • Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro are leaving for an extended trip this Monday morning, June 10. Those who desire to discuss congregational or religious problems with the rabbi please communicate with him Sunday morning. • • • Jack Wucher, popular grocer and delicatessen operator of Miami Beach, and I. Markowitz, mashL'laeh of the Floridian Hotel during the past season, will operate the Ix'autiful thirty-room Fifth Avenue Hotel at Hendersonville this season. Exceptionally reasonable prices will be charged and a strictly kosher cuisine will be served. It will afford those desiring a real vacation with fine surroundings and kosher meals tho opportunity they have been seeking. Reservations may be made by writing to them at 709 Fifth ave., West Hendersonville, N. J. • • A i a meeting of the Jewish Minister-' Association, held this week, it \\adecided to sponsor a few projects of great Jewish interest for the entire community. The details will be presented in the fall. • The marriage of Miss Helen tline, daughter of Mrs. Giovanna Mattaline, to Jack Drucker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis j Iiruckerman, was held Sunday at j the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Druckerman with Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple Israel offiRabbi Kaplan previously conducted the ceremony in which 'he bride was converted to Judaism. • The marriage of Miss Dora Weingarten, daughter of Mr. and i'rs. I. Weingarten, and Harry Rubin of Michigan City, Ind., took place Sunday afternoon at the litth David Talmud Torah in the presence of a large number of relatives and friends. Rabbi Max Shapiro performed lemony, assisted by Cantor Louis Dayman. Prior to the entrance of the bridal party Miss Marguerite Midland sang "Oh Promise Me," followed by "I Love You Truly," with a violin obligato. The bridal chorus from "Lohengrin" was played "or the entrance of the party. Mrs. Joseph Schwartz was maj tron of honor. Joseph Schwartz. was best man and Sam Weingarten and Harry Bleckner were the ushers. Little Dolores and Gloria Pan scattered rose petals in the path of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. A. Wallerstein, uncle and aunt of the bridegroom, ami the bride's parents were in the wedding party. Following the wedding, a reception was held. Assisting at the reception were Mrs. Henry Bleckner, Mrs. Sam Weingarten and Miss Ida Schwartz. Following the reception, Mr. and Mrs. Rubin left on a motor trip and will live in Michigan City, where Mr. Rubin is in the theatrical business. -Mrs. Rubin has a wide circle of friends here, where she spent her childhood. She has been assistant buyer in the sports wear department of Burdine's, Inc., for a number of years. • A special meeting of the board of directors of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held at its synagogue on Monday evening, June 10th, when plans for the summer season will be announced. Members are cordially invited to attend. Page Five Several hundred children and •'dultattended the annual children's picnic given at Fort I.auderdale by the Ladies' Auxiliary of Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation last Sunday. Contests were held and prizes were awarded to the winning children. During the day ice cream, cake, fruit and drinks were served. Orlando Notes Parent! of the following graduateheld "open house" Monday after commencement exercises: Beatrice Liberman, Abe Kamenoff and Irene Braverman. Mr. and Mrs, M. Wittenstein held "open house" for Robert Miller, who graduated in the 1935 class. er delicious refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. II. X. Roth gave a luncheon at the Perrydell honoring Ethel Sigal, bride-elect. B'nai B'rith will hold their annual picnic June 13 at Lakeside. A diamond ball contest will be held between the Church st. and Orange ave. member merchants. A regular meeting was held Tuesday night in the vestry rooms of the synagogue. Hring Your Films to Is for Printing and Developing Have Your Fish Catch Photographed WE SPECIALIZE IN MARINE PHOTOGRAPHY Mrs. B. J. Cohen and sons, Morty and Allen Lee, are spending a fewweeks with Mr. and Mrs. A. Coilman of Sarasota Beach. Beers Photo Co. 212 N. E. Fourth St. PHONES: 2-9311 2-9829 2-4034 Ladies' Auxiliary luncheon was £ given at the Orange Court Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. M. Ilaker and daughters spent Sunday in Daytona. Mr. and Mrs. M. Kottelman of Sanford were visitors in Orlando on .Monday. Mr. J. Foster of Savannah, Ga., spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Orlando. Miss Hilda Coplon entertained recently for Miss Ruth Esther and her house guests. Dancing was enjoyed by those present and latMr. Sam Shook has returned from an extended trip in the north. Morton Levy has returned home from the University of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Black have left Orlando for Daytona Beach, where they will spend the summer. Whit. 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Pagre Six THE JEWISH Fl.ORinlAS Friday, June 7, trie Institute convention .._• iwu is based upon the numivr of electric ranges homes kerj ng of the award year. The of : %  '., advertising and sales 1935 1 T~"r~V Mvra ti.MMlk-wsky and An important meetinT7f"~Jhe Arrangements • m Greater Miami Jewish (W, for a 1 Kh1 ft 'Association will be held at ltl? %  ed by 1 '•*''>-' "Uthned for I i ,,_..,, T „,„„„, T — u _' David Talmud Torah n,, *t ThursA woman's eager pursuit of the glamor of romance is the theme of the latest Janet Gaynor and Warner Baxter co-starring vehicle. "One More Spring." starting at the Tivoli Theatre Sunday. It is a dramatic modern si high adventure and gallant courage. Janet Gaynor beautifully draws e of a girl, down on her n Jon f new officers to take (|ny even i nKi June ... 12. Miss Bt-de Golo'clock. All members of the board man of this event, are u rged to attend. EDGEWATEITPOOL BEACH CLUB OCEAN ADJOINING FIFTH STREET Miami Beach. Florida DAY T H\*S Vicr-I'rwiilent MANEl ',. Director S u ,-, I Sanitation PETE DESJARDINS, Direct., r Supervllor of Aquatic Sports t.FORGE ESTII.L :r.:a.:. ntai • • | enters f.St. passing 1 n the 1 M In tl rting isl Walr Imint Mitel %  '• %  : • ;Romai M u sttan." S %  • \ %  sent 1 iut :"-".r; an I -he of 1 w six i i wl face bit afraid! .... .ms ai that the 2ittl< i their .ire %  .%  : uragi % %  > itb wl the; and th ..•'... h Desolves tb r troo ike a £r.r-_.rz entertaining ^:rn ; offering rer, a Csecn immigrant, slips verboard from a • g 11 ported and enters th Units I States gallj H is befriended by Gin-• R gers, %  :homa girl, and her i -. Jimmie Butier : the presentai r ..•.-•..: commit! of the sales results an I sak s r.-.a:er:'.. is alt nsiden making 1 award TTH Fl rida Power 4 light showed a t 11 %  %  ranges .... ... ided reprodu fa rang spa • I out t ising making this at%  u .ANNOUNCING— \ PRE-INCORPORATION PUBLIC OFFERING FIR •_ HUNDRED MEMBERSHIPS ONLY) A FIVE YEAR FULLY-PAID ALL FACILITIES MEMBERSHIP and a unit consisting of 3 Share* 10, Preferred Stock, having a Total Par Value of $300.00 2 Shares Common Stock For $300 > Btrnlnaa tetimate. the income from this holdPreferrjd Stock and conservatively |i ... ilmatins a total of fl'0.00 i>er annum, or an '• PLUS %  TV* IS; A • %  %  *,r" i ~ %  i Five Years of Delightful Swimming and Entertainment \ H I LY-PAID ALL FACILITIES MEMBERSHIP INCLUDES: suit service; idryinir ami waihlng nerved M thi grandstand for Sunday shows, on t" special events. mm: special rate fur %  > or more persons, or for fassilj group*, lb is the Pool Ami hi-Theatre. aratini; approximately e. la, open to the public, will be held each lined by the management, which is com• • .-. Hera truly i< an ideal club. %  I ., week to well-conceived, carefully and Ihu -b ran par It* mrmbn-harrholdem dividends conservatively estimated to 3J"". 'r annual m Ihe investment wimmine, and entertainment. CAPITALIZATION of Financing) 750 Share$ far Value l"*o Preferred Stock Shares 1.10 Par Value Cosnmon Siock $7r>.oe. .... 1,500.00 ..I Miss Fa; trau will spei Mrs. 1 R. Shea of 1 the stock of the corporation will !-• for con irate purposes if the • I a COMPLETION BOND posted the event sucl sum Is ti• %  t subscribed >n or without deduction* or charges of any nature whst%  • ch "II fundr. ceived will lie hi •.-i r> •• located at VSHINGTON r\V] M E, MKMI BEACH, FLORIDA Telephone 5-1762 Applications will honored in order received. Florida P. & L. Co. Wins Award We uphold Gliddens reputation for the newest and colsrs. by cleaxin twice yearly. The Greatest Bargain Sale of Paints. Vanishes and Enamels offered this year. Come—see aad be convinced. ->* g \ Hugl i ... ng -.. luring ; Florida 1 4 s made 1 Es pres rer of i Hug presI Edison Genera] Electric AB ; any, a: I %  :re .. %  %  -;. ... _. JAPA-IAC HEADQUARTER, 36 WEST FLAGLER ST. PHONE 2-10.-.:, USt'THt HOME PAINTING attct FINANCEPLAN For Waterproofing your building with Titani-zinc Paste Paint. It's beautiful, lasting, economtcal, and has no equal. Sale values C ood at all Glidden Agents and Dealers. AMBULANCE SEV1C AHERN Ft VERAL MOMI FR.-.NCIS alsVt, Prja. 1349 West Flakier StrtMt TeJeaasoasi I-Itll OIR LARGE VOLITIE OF WORK MARES POSSIBLE A SAVINGS FOR YOU WRIGLEY Art-En£rvinf. 21 S. W. 5th Ave. Phone 2-3947


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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 7, 1935

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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wJewisti FioridHan
combining
THE JEWISH UNITY
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLf
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BNo. 23
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 7, 1935
Price Five Cent*
FILES
and
FLASHES
Uv DR. S. M. MELAMED
annual philanthropic budget
|American Jewry is still in the
hborhood of one hundred mil-
dollars, but the educational
\ jel does not exceed ten mil-
dollars annually. When these
mbertf w>" be reversed, the Jew-
people wil see happy days, in-
ld.
penera Cobra Goering, Nazi min-
of police, aviation, concentra-
iii camps, executions and torture
inihcrs, has decreed on the 17th
April that the executioner must
lute his victim with "Heil Hit-
Mr, it Heir Leo Wohlfahrt. He is
|.l. a -h gentleman, not baptized,
|il still one of the dignitaries of
Nazi government. He is a high
tidal in the German ministry of
baiue. In a recent order to the
ptui' of the German newspapers,
trv Goebbels forbids them to
Pntion that Leo Wohlfahrt is a
|w "because of the great services
ndcring to the Fatherland."
irr Schacht admits he cannot do
thout Herr Wohlfahrt.
Will you be startled to learn
pit the late M. Barthou, former
emier nf France and former min-
ler of foreign affairs, who was
lied together with King Alexan-
Ir nl .lugo-Slavia while the latter
I visiting France, belonged to
old Marrano family? Every
tithe in Frenchman whose name
Igm- with Barmeaning, in He-
|ew, sonis of Jewish origin. This
formation was conveyed to me by
r. Nahum Sloush, famous French
|w:--h scholar, who has made a
ncial study of the Marranos in
luthern France. To him I also
Jfe the information that the late
|. M tiis, who succeeded Clemen-
au in the latter's first premier-
lip was a Marrano Jew and a
Jem her of the Bordeaux Jewish
Immunity.
jit so happens that the four most
Imous German American scien-
fcts, the biologist Loeb, the elcc-
Iciii wizard, Steinmetz, the phys-
|st, Michaelson, and ihe psychol-
Jiat, .Muensterberg, of whom the
ktheiland was so proud, were all
In A vans, or, to be more spc-
pe- Jews, Real Aryan Germans
America are familiarly rccog-
jzeil through their positions as
lewcry workers, sausage makers,
keepers, bartenders and simi-
r'y elevated callingsall for the
Mter glory of Aryan Germania.
Gift Essential Pupils Present Senior Hadassah I Jewish News
For Congress Rambam Program
An
essential requirement that ; For the first time in its history
must be met by every delegate at- the Sunday school and and Talmud
tending the nineteenth biennial I Torah of the Miami Jewish Ortho- Senior Hadassah, held "last" week
to be held dox Congregation will hold dos- at the home of the new president,
Installs Heads
One of the most novel installa-
tions held this year was that of
Which is included in the United school and Talmud Torah will pre- ganization from its inception and
Jewish Appeal campaign for $3,- | Bent the life and works of Moses i patterned after the famout
250,000 for the relief and rehabili-
tation of European Jewry, it was
pointed out yesterday by Mr. Ix>uis
Lipsky, national chairman of the
American Palestine Campaign and
a national co-chairman of the Unit-
ed Jewish Appeal.
The rules of the World Zionist
Congress provide that no delegate
Maimonides, the Rambam, in to-
ken of the worldwide celebration
of the 800th anniversary of his
birth.
gram, "March of Time."
pro-
Mr*, tsadore Weinatein was "an-
nouncer." Others taking part wen'
The Thirteen Principles of Faith Mrs' E- M- Goldstein, Mrs. Alex
will be presented by Stanley Tan- (Goldstein, Miss Doris Cromer, Mrs.
nenbaum, Nathan Mayerowitz, A,bert Rosenthal, Dr. Max Sha-
Stanley Scher, Harold BerkowltZi
Boruch Leib Mell and Shirley
shall have a valid claim to the seat Greenberg. Lawrence Feinberg will
piro, Dr. Jacob Kaplan and Mrs.
Moses Krieger. The musical pro-
gram was furnished by Sonya
to which he has been elected by present the eight degrees of char- Snow and Rosemary Gerson Klemp-
any constituency unless he has ac-
tively participated in the rebuild-
ing of the Jewish homeland in Pal-
estine through a gift made to the
Keren Haycsod. In the L936 drive
the Keren Hayesod, through the ment of the Rambam will be given
ity. Oscar Rappaport will tell of
the Moreh Nevuchim (Guide to the
Perplexed). The social ideas of
ter. accompanied
Laskin.
by -Mrs. I.aura
A decorated table was arranged
the Rambam will be given by Mar- in H, ,,.;_ wlu.r<. ., informa| ,,..
Around the
World
Sephardic Congress Plans Jerutsa-
lem Rabbinical Seminary
LondonPlans for the establish-
ment of a Sephardic rabbinical
seminary, probably in Jerusalem,
were made at the opening session
of the first world congress of
Sephardic Jews, Sir Francis Monte-
fiore, chairman of the congress, in
his opening message, vigorously
denied rumors that the congress
was an attempt to establish a sep-
aratists movement of Sephardic
Jews. Delegates from 12 countries
are attending the congress.
Jew Named Civil Aviation Head
in Greece
SalonikiIsaac Taki, former
member of the Creek senate, be-
Amcriean Palestine Campaign, is
associated with the Joint Distri-
bution Committee in the United
Jewish Appeal. Zionists planning
to go to Europe this summer were
reminded by Mr. Lipsky in his
statement that a receipt indicating
a contribution to the United Jew-
ish Appeal will be required from
all American delegates before the
credentials committee of the World
Zionist Congress validates their
election.
In his statement, which is of
particular interest at this time bc-
cause of elections that are soon to
be held throughout the United
States for the nomination of dele-
gates to the World Zionist Con-
gress. Mr. Lipsky pointed out that
the obligation to the Keren Hayc-
siid is binding upon all members
of the Zionist organization, no mat-
ter to which party or faction of
the Zionist movement they belong.
In his statement Mr. Lipsky
said: "In accordance with article
2.'!, paragraph 2 of the constitution
of the World Zionist Organization,
voting rights at the World Zionist
tin Greenberg. The early environ- ceptjon tk ,)lai.(. .,ft,.,. ,,. ,._ came the first Jew to hold a ma-
gram. New officers are: Presi- j<" government appointive office
by Mildred Berkowitz. The early dent, Mrs. Joseph Williamson; vice- when he was nam.....lirector of
hie of the Rambam wiU be given jpresidents, Mrs. Barney Weinkle, civil aviation, a post comparable to
Mrs. Harry Lipton, Mrs. Sam Si-. that of vice-minister of aviation.
monhoff; treasurer, Mrs. Max Pep- The monarchist party, which is
per; financial treasurer, Mrs. Mil- seeking Jewish votes in the com-
ton Weiner; corresponding secre- '"M election, has nominated two
tary, Mrs. Roland Granat; record- Jewish candidates, Leon Gotenu,
ing secretary. Mrs. I.ouis lleiman; former head of the Saloniki kehil-
liy Esther V. Shochet and the later
life of the Rambam by Ray U.
Shochet. Marcia Harris will give
the invocation and Phyllis Shulman
the benediction. Gifts will be pre-
sented to the teachers of the Sun-
day school by Mrs. Philip Berko-
witz on behalf of the Ladies' Aux-
iliary. Mr. Max Rappaport, chair-
man of the board of directors, will
speak and Mr. Joseph Greenberg,
chairman of tin- board of education,
will present scholarship awards to
the honor students, who will be an-
nounced at the exercises. A mu-
sical program will be presented
during the evening.
auditor. Mrs. Alex Goldstein.
Yiddish Concert
To Be Staged
lah, and David Levi, executive see
retary of the kehillah.
Y. M. H. A. Elects
New Officers
Sunday evening, June 16th, will
witness the presentation of an un-
usually novel concert and stage
Dr. Pratto Named Chief Rabbi of
Home
Rome Official announcement
has been made here that Dr. David
Pratto, former chief rabbi of Al-
exandria, Egypt, has been named
show in Yiddish by some ol the u- c .. r> ,
.... I chief rabbi of Rome to succeed the
At a spirited meeting attended
by an unusually large number of
members Wednesday night the
Young Men's Hebrew Association
held its annual election of officers,
resulting in the following being
Congress are dependent upon the .
^ K ., t. .. chosen to head the organization for
payment of a contribution to the m, Alyin Grossman,
Keren Haycsod, as duly testified ^ R ^
by the local fund-raising au ho, P ^ ^^ treum9t.
ities. Failing such an official re-
ceipt, delegates must prove that
best known local amateur talent.
Cantor I.ouis Hayinan will be mas-
ter of ceremonies, with Cantor
Boris Schlachman and other
vocalists being heard em the pro-
gram. Joseph Greenberg and Har-
ry Rose are among the local Yid-
dish talent who will donate their
services during the evening. Mor-
ris Coldman will direct the musical
program. The proceeds will be
used for the help of a local fam-
ily in distress.
late Rabbi Angelo Sacerdoti. As
chief rabbi of Rome, Dr. Pratto
becomes the spiritual head of Ital-
ian Jewry. The new chief rabbi
Is a veteran Zionist, having been
ja delegate to the first few World
(Zionist congresses. He is also a
[former editor of Israel, the organ
of the Italian Zionist. Last year
he was decorated by Premier Mus-
solini.
feth David to
Meet Sunday
line annual congregational meet-
ly of Beth David Congregation
f" he held at the Synagogue
pnday evening, June 9th, begin-
Pete Silverman, recording secre-
tary; Albert Reisman, correspond-
ing secretary; Philip Berkowitz,
, sergeant-at-arms; Jack Apte, fi-
are rem.nded that the obligation (JJJ ^^^ ^ ^^ ^
they are unable to make such a
contribution. The Zionist parties
MoscowSoviet Russia's new
consul-general for the United
States is Jean Arent, former first
secretary of the Soviet embassy in
to the Keren Hayesod is binding
upon all groups. They are urged
to make certain that prospective
delegates have fulfilled their obli-
gation to the Keren Hayesod so
that the elections now being con-
ducted will not be jeopardised by
rulings of the Congress Court."
ning at 8 o'clock. Important busi-
ness will be transacted at this
meeting. Election of six directors
to fill the places of retiring mem-
bers of the board will be held. All
members are urged to attend. A
report of the pasl year's
ities wi
ning.
chairman; Albert Berkowitz, mem-
bership chairman; Carl Sokolow,
publicity chiarman; Frank Rose,
entertainment chairman; Eddie
Lang, athletic director; Cantor
Boris Schlachman, chairman of na-
tional affairs; Sidney Segal, Harry
Rose, Sam Shindel and Murry
Grossman, directors at large. The
officers will be formally installed
at a special meeting ami enter-
tainment to held shortly. They
will be informally welcomed at the
dance being sponsored by the or-
ganization on next Thursday eve-
Chesed Shel Ernes
To Hold Banquet'"' was iinn"n " Arent, who is a Jew, was editor of
Journal de Moscow, a French lan-
guage paper in Moscow.
Final arrangements for the for-
mal installation banquet of the
Chesed Shel Emes Sisterhood were
announced at a special meeting of
the organization Monday night.
Mrs. Charles Beckwitt is chairman
of the arrangeaments committee
for the banquet, which will be held
at Fagan's Palatial Kosher Res-
taurant Tuesday evening, June II.
Sixty-Six New Rabbis Ordained
New YorkSixty-six new rabbis
will be added to the American rab-
binate after commencement exer-
cises at the various rabbinical
seminaries in this country, it was
at 6:30 o'clock. Mrs. Jack Ocean revealed today. Thirty-five rabbis
will be toasi unstress and Mrs. were ordained in March by the Or-
Moiii- Dubler will install the re- thodox Yeshiva College.
eelitly eleeteel officers. A musical
program will be presented during
the evening featuring Rosemary
Gerson Kleinptner and Cantor
ning, June Kith, at the Royal Palm
Club, which all members and the '""is Hayman. Reservations may
be made with .Mrs. Beckwitt or
Mrs. Isidor Cohen.
be given .luring the eve- public at large arc invited to at-
tenel.
Ilcbrow Union College. Reform
rabbinical seminary, ordained 11
Saturday. On Monday the Jewish
Theological Seminary. Conservative
seminary, and the Jewish Institute
of Religion, Reform School, each
ordained ten rabbis.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, June 7, 1935
Mr. and Mrs. Louia O. Bloom-
field, Miami Beach residents, cele-
brated their thirtieth wedding an-
niversary Tuesdaj evening, June
4th, at the Royal Palm Club, Bis-
cayne Park. A Bpecia] dinner was
served and entertainment fur-
nished by the orchestra with a spe-
cial Mendelssohn Wedding March
played for the occasion.
Among those present besides Mr.
and Mrs. Bloomfield, Mr. David
r of Johnstown. Ja.. of the
Glosser Department Store, was
toastmaster and master of cere-
monies. Mr. Glosser is a philan-
thropist and a member of several
Jewish institutions of America.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Freisch of
Xew York, and owners of the Ar-
nold Arms Apartments, Miami
Beach, their daughter, Ruth, who
is spending her vacation with her
parents on the closing of college;
Mr. anil Mrs. Feuer of Bridgeport,
I Conn., and Miami; Mrs. A. Smith,
secretary to Mr. I.. 0. Bloomfield;
Mrs. Lena Kantor of Brooklyn, N.
Y., and Miami Beach; Mr. and Mrs.
Aaron Reder of Coral Gables.
Telegrams 01 congratulation
were received from several friends
and relatives, wishing Mr. and Mrs.
Bloomfield happiness and health.
Mr. I.. O. Bloomfield has been
a resident of Miami and Miami
Beach for over eleven years and
has taken interest in many Jewish
welfare organizations. He is a
member and director of Beth Jacob
Synagog, Miami Beach, and resides
at the Beach, being engaged in the
real estate business at 601 Collins
ave.
*
The Young Hebrew Social Club
held a regular meeting at the home
of Mildred Berkowitz when impor-
tant business was transacted. Plans
for a Y'iddish class were discussed
and will be announced shortly. The
next meeting of the organization
will be held at the home of Peritz
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on Tuesday evening, June 11th, at
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June 18th, the organization will
five an entertainment and social
lor its members at the home of Bee
Zeesman, 174<; S. W. Twelfth st.,
with Bee Zeesman chairman, as-
sisted by Holly Selby and Ray U.
Shochet.

The Junior division of the Y. M.
II. A. at its meeting Tuesday night
listened to an address by Rabb:
Julius Washer of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation and
elected Esther Cromer vice-presi-
dent to fill the vacancy caused by
the incumbent leaving the city.
Miss Jennie Spector outlined the
social and cultural program for
the coming weeks. Visitors will
he permitted to attend meetings
for a limited time.
*
An important meeting of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation will
be held at the Synagogue Tuesday
evening. June 11th, at 8 o'clock,
which all members are urged to at-
tend. Plans for the coming card
party will be announced at this
meeting.
*
A large number of friends at-
tended the shower given recently
by the Misses Gertye and Sophia
Neham, honoring Miss Ruth Son-
tag, whose marriage to Dr. Leo
Kupper will be an event of June
:(0th. A delicious buffet luncheon
was served during the evening. The
guest of honor was the recipient ol
ir.any l.eautiful gift-.
a* *
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith
will hold its social meeting for the
month of June on next Wednesday,
June 12th. at Beth David Talmud
. 1 ginning at p. m.
Card games will be played and ten
prizes of a basket of gro
will be awarded for high scores.
Following the card games hill billy
darning will be enjoyed. 1-
- will be served during the
evening. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
is 1 ting chairman of the arrange-
ments committee. She is being as-
i by Mesdames L. Brown, I.
Levin, Klry Stone and William
:man.

What promises to be one of the
of the current
lea n it the dance and enteila.n-
..; sposored by Loyalty
Club of F.munah Chapter, <>. K. S.,
at the Royal Palm Club on Thurs-
._. June 20th, when danc-
ing will be enjoyed to the music
of Ross Alien- orchestra, ai
of note w.ll present a
i show. Admission will lie one dol-
lar per couple, including minimum
and cover charges.
*
During the closing exercises,
he d at the Beth David Talmud To-
rah last week, the following pu-
pil- who attained highest scholas-
tic marks at the Talmud Torah and
Sunday school and received the
Beth David gold medals are: Paul
Safer, Morgan Levy, Gilbert Fried-
man, David Silver, Ben-ami Lip-
it/. Esther Lipitz, Nanette Cohn
n Weinkte. The follow-
ing pupils received prizes for their
schola ibility: Diana Blatman,
Adele Sontin. Frankie Markowitz,
Rothlein, Rosalind Barco,
Esther Bain, Harvey Sootin, Sid-
iordon, Elmer Oliphant, Stan-
ley Tinter, Albert Eskanazie, Eu-
bert Saal. F.Iain.' Gottlieb, Burton
Cohn and Blanche S-.ligman.

marriage of Miss Floryn Le-
vitch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Levitch, and Alvin Walder,
t Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wal-
der, took place Monday at the
home of Rabbi Jacob II. Kaplan,
who officiated at the ceremony
which was attended by members
of the two families. Lester Wal-
der was best man.
After the ceremony the bridal
party was entertained with a wed-
ding breakfast at the Everglades
Hotel and Mr. and Mrs. Walder
-ailed in the afternoon for New
York on their wedding trip.
The bride was graduated from
George Washington High school,
.New York. Mr. Walder is a grad-
uate of the University of Miami
and is manager of the Seventh
Avenue Theatre.

The marriage of Dan Schein-
baum and Miss Shirley Kantor took
place Monday afternoon at the res-
of Dr. Jacob 11. Kaplan, who
officiated at the ceremony. The
bride is a daughter of Mrs. Rose
Kanl r of Brooklyn and Mr.
Scheinbaum i- a son of Mr. and
.Mis. Charles Scheinbaum of Brook-
lyn.
The second in the series f Tut-..
day luncheons for women'- iigaaj.
zations of Miami to be he d in the
new Sears, Roebuck & Co. store
auditorium was held Tuesday by
1 the Miami section of the National
Council of Jewish Women. Fol-
1 lowing the luncheon, which was at-
tended by nearly 100, bridge was
i played. D. K. Miller, store man-
ager, welcomed the women :,nd ex-
plained the plan which the firm
ha- inaugurated for luncheons each
Tuesday of representative clubs
during the summer months, the
only condition being that the
amount paid in by member.- for the
luncheon will be used fur char-
itable purposes.

Mrs. Nathan Samet anii daugh-
, ter, Gloria, left this week
; relatives and friends in New York,
where they will spend the summer.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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Friday, June 7, 1935
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Jacksonville News
Our Social Bridge Club enter-
tained with a .surprise bridge
luncheon Thursday in honor of Mrs.
D. II. Lasarow, who is leaving with
Mr. Lasarow for the Shrine con-
in. Prizes were awarded to
Mesdames A. Cooper, M. K/.kin, J.
Whitten and B. Baker. The quest
of honor was presented with a
traveling kit.
children spent the week-end at the
Moscovitz cottage at Neptune
Beaeh, and had as their guest Sam
Miller of Miami.
WK3T PALM BEACH
SAMUEL SCHUTZER
Representative
ORLANDO
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Representative
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4J0f Central Are., Tampa. Fla.
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAK BENJAMIN
Representative
TAMPA
MRS. M. H. KISIJCR
Representative
Miss Clara Kramer, who was
graduated from the Florida State
College for Women, returned to
her home Sunday.
Mrs. Morris Rosenberg and
young son, Donald, of St. Peters-
burg are visiting Mrs. Rosenberg's
sister, Mrs. Edgar M. Felson, at
Jacksonville Beach.
I with a color scheme of all white.
After the games cut prizes and a
gift for the honored guest was pre-
sented by the Misses I.oibovitz. At
a late hour refreshments were
served.
Miss Rose Peretzman has re-
turned to her home after a month's
visit with her aunt and uncle, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Peretzman of
Miami Beach.
Mottel Peise Den, Chazens," by Mrs lri.ne Kass and 80n> Bernyi
Sholom Alcchem, a Yiddish talkie, ,jf jai.ksonvUll, have arrivcd for
was presented at the Center the 8Ummer and have opened up
Wednesday night for the benefit ,h,. (.ottaKl, the 0,,.an u.nt
of the Hebrew school. ., X(llth pirst st.
Mrs. Joe Waterman has returned
to her home after spending the
past .-even weeks with relatives in
MaCOn and other points in Georgia.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1935
Vol. 8No. 23
Mias Emily Bloom, whose mar-
to I.onnie Wurm will be an
event of next June 16th, was guest
of honor at a china shower given
by Mrs. D. Moscovitz. Prizes for
high scores were given to Mrs. M.
Moss. Mrs. B. Weiner, Miss Mar-
tha Lipshitz, Miss Julia Mizrahi
and Mrs. II. Selber.
Law of Moses Basis of Farmers' Aid Bill
Washington) June 1Sponsors of farm mort-
gage relief, their faith in the Constitution shaken
by the supreme court decision in the I'razier-Lemke
mortgage moratorium law case, turned their backs
today on the ark of American liberty and went back
to the Mosaic law of the Old Testament for support.
There they found that Moses had decreed the
following for the children of Israel:
"In all the land of your possession ye shall grant
a redemption of the land."
Inspired by this. Rep. Hugh Peterson, jr. (Dem.
Ga.), prepared and introduced in the house a bill di-
recting the general land office to buy up farm mort-
gages now outstanding or foreclosed since 1920, li-
quidate all debts and give the farm homesteads free
of debt back to deserving farmers.
What a fitting tribute to the Torah at "Zman Malan
Toiasaynu"! Could any Rabbi preach a more stirring ser-
mon at Sh'vuoth when we celebrate the giving of the Law
than that contained in the above news item?
We submit this is food for thought particularly for
Jews.
Isaac I'eiser will be master of
ceremonies at the Junior Hadas-
sah Minstrel Show Tuesday eve-
ning, June 11th, at the Morocco
Temple. Specialty numbers, danc-
ing ensembles, vocal selections will
all Ik- given during the evening.
Miss Kate Bandrimer is genera)
chairman of this project and has
as her co-chairman Miss Ruth
Moeil. Other committees arc as
follows. The Misses Ida Baiter
and Bertha Mehlman, acting as
program chairmen, assisted by
Miss Rae Cohen; Miss Ras Botkow-
sky is the ticket chairman, and is
assisted by Miss Etta Bucholtz.
Publicity is in charge of Misses
Kate Bandrimer, Ruth Moed and
Mrs. Jack Becker.
The Wrong Method
Much has been said in the Yiddish and Anglo-Jewish
press of this country anent the recent action of the Rabbin-
ical Assembly of America to devise ways and means for the
liberalization of the Jewish marriage laws. Much of the
comment does not take into consideration the problems in-
volved in this basic revolution of age-old law.
However because of the serious problem involved
We had hoped that the "Agudas Harabonim," the foremost
Rabbinical organization of Orthodox Rabbis in the United
Slates and Canada, would approach the problem with Un-
due and deep consideration that it merited. The mere fact
that the action was not retroactive, afforded a glorious op-
portunity for conferences and for that approach and con-
sideration that true "Talmidei Chachomim" give to everj
I'i'oblem. ,.
However ... a conference of Rabbis was called and then
the unusual and uncalled-for declaring of a ban, 'Chayrem.
against all who would participate, carrying with "We solemn
excommunication and all that it implies, was officially ae-
' May we respectfully suggest to the Agudas HaraJ>onim
that it is about time that they take stock of IImJJJW
we direct their attention to the definite rules affecting mar-
riage ceremonies in which it has been hud down fe^deM
tradiction "onlv he who is thoroughly versed in the laws or
marriage and "divorce may perform a ""^ "?fi.
Will they sit idly by and declare that the ignoran1 m ma
Performer in our great metropolitan cities or the gr*J"
of Sextons, Shochtim, Cantors and what note are*$
under the Jewish laws they so fundamental!. jjhtrt to.
If the principle of "Taharas Hamishpocho taggf""
case of the divorce, then certainly the same principle appUes
in the marriage. If there is to be a chay^; and."^
municatiOD in the case of the divorce, then ccrtu.nl> there
should be one in the case of the mar"aKC' pm should
If there are bans to be applied, If a 'SSOTfjS'fi
be declared, if offenders should be ^"X^lStemntible
Jewish fold, why not then begin with ^^JSJJj
wearers of the cloth who are guilty of EgSSXBSTin
Bible in connection with Kashrus? If Orthodox Rabbis arc
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Mo-s cele-
brated their first wedding anni-
versary at Neptune Beach when a
delicious supper was served the
guests. Assisting Mrs. Moss were
her mother, Mrs. William Sobel,
Mrs. Sandier and Mrs. \V. Silver-
man.
Tampa Notes
Rodoph Sholom Sunday school
had annual examinations last Sun-
day morning.
Mr. D. Stein, president of the
congregation, complimented the
children on their very fine work
and urged them to be loyal to their
rabbi and their religion.
Mrs. A. R. Berger, president of
the Ladies' Auxiliary, gave a fine
talk to the children. Mrs. Berger
then introduced Mrs. M. II. Kisler,
who presented the rabbi and teach-
ers with gifts. The rabbi also pre-
sented all of his pupils with jars
of candy.
Teachers of Rodoph Sholom Sun-
day school are Rabbi Ailolph Bur-
ger, Mrs. Irving Salsbury, Mrs.
' an Finman, Miss Fannie Oster,
Miss Florence Ahramovitz, Miss
Beck Buchman and Mr. Robert
Kasriel.
Sunday school will open again in
the fall.
Mr. and Mrs. .lack Swerdlin have
as their guest Mr. Swerdlin'l
brothel- and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. H. S. Swerdlin, and their
daughter, Miss I.ibby Swerdlin, of
Cleveland, Ohio.
The Temple Sisterhood held an
im) ortant meeting at the Temple
ll< me last Tuesday when work for
the coming year was outlined by
the president, Mrs. I-. P. Lippman.
Rabbi Morris 1). Margolis offi-
ciated at the unveiling of tomb-
stones Sunday to the memory of
Rev. Frank Weiss and Mrs. Liba
Weiss of Sarasota.
Mr. Harry N. Sandier, Tampa
lawyer and Ilillsborough represent-
ative in the legislature, was ap-
pointed by Governor Sholtz recent-
ly and confirmed by the senate as
circuit judge of Hillsborough to
take the bench made vacant by the
recent resignation of Curtis L.
Sparkman.
The appointment, effective last
week, is for a six-year term, be-
ginning August 2nd, the day after
the effectiveness of judicial recir-
CUiting under the act signed by the
governor and for the 60-day in-
terim period. The salary of the
office is $0,000 a year.
The annual luncheon of the I>a-
Auxiliary of Rodoph Sholom
Temple was held Wednesday in the
Crystal Room of the Floridan Ho-
tel. Mrs. Irving Salsbury and Mrs.
Fred I'erlman were members of the
committee in charge. Rabbi Adolph
Burger, Mr. and Mrs. David Stein
were the guests of honor and were
-rated at the speakers' table.
Mis. A. K. Berger, president of
the auxiliary, welcomed the mem-
bers and the guests, Mrs Henry
Brash gave the opening prayer, and
a program was presented during
the luncheon by Miss Clarice Stein-
berg, Mrs. Harry Sandier and Mr.
Fred Perlman, and Mr. Meyer
Stoun.
The president read her annual
report, which was followed by the
Corresponding secretary. Mrs. Ja-
cob Winner. Mrs. P. Gotler, re-
cording secretary, and Mrs. Henry
Brash, treasurer. Members of the
standing committees also gave
their reports, which were as fol-
lows: Ways and means, Mrs. Si-
mon Marks and Mrs. A. M. Wolf-
son; social service, Mrs. I. Segal;
school anil education, Mrs. 1. Sals-
bury; house and cemetery. Miss
Clara Wohl; sick and distressed,
Mrs. Leo Chardkoff and Mrs. M.
Argintar; membership, Mrs. Mau-
rice- Stein; program, Mrs. M. II.
Kisler; phone committee, Mrs. I.
AbramovitZ and Mrs. M. Ressler.
Toronto Talmud Torah Reopens
After Two-Month Suspension
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Witten were
hosts to troop 12, Boy Scouts, at
their beach home. Sam Bergman
acted as scoutmaster and, follow-
ing games and bathing, a picnic
lunch was served on the lawn.
The Ladies' Hebrew Sheltering
Aid Society entertained in the Cen-
ter last week with a dessert bridge
party. Prises were given at each
Individual table. Special prizes
were awarded to Mesdames A. Na-
bin, I. Davidson and II. Talisman.
Rabbi David L. Zielonka was the
principal speaker at the banquet
held by the Hillsborough County
Council of Parent-Teacher Associa-
tions at the Woodrow Wilson
school. His subject was "The
Change in the Social Set-Up and
Its Challenge to Parents," which
was very much enjoyed by all those
present.
TorontoRallying to the sup-
port of the famous Brunswick Ave-
nue Talmud Torah, which had been
closed for two months, Toronto
Jewry raised $25,000 at a public
. banquet here to enable the institu-
tion to reopen. The school sus-
pended in .March after the teach-
ers went on strike because they had
not been paid for 40 weeks. The
school has 600 pupils and was es-
tablished tin years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. N. II. Shorstein
and son, Jackie, are occupying the
Lawrence K. Smith cottage at .Nep-
tune Beach for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Moss and
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sandier and
Miss Tillye SimovitS, one of the
season's much feted brides-elect,
was entertained informally recent-
ly at the Mirasol Hotel by her
cousins, the Misses Miriam and
I'aulyne Leibovitz. Guests were
received by the hostesses and hon-
or guest in the lobby of the hotel,
where [lotted palms and spring
flowers added a ilecorative note.
The terrace overlooking the yacht
i basin and the patio was used by
those playing bridge.
Tallies and other party appoint-
ment- followed the bridal theme
ParisRobert Kronfeld, Aus-
trian Jewish aviator and the
completed the first London-to-
I'aris glider flight in four hours
j world's leading glider, this week
and five minutes. Kronfeld holds
most of the world's records for
gliding. He made the first round
trip glider flight over the English
channel in 1031.
(o be honest and sincere, then it is high time that they "de-
stroy the evil within their own camps."
There is much to be said about the lack of knowledge
in matters of Jewish law on the part of many of the mem-
bers of the Rabbinical Assembly that does not, however,
excuse or justify the action of the Agudas Harabonim in
issuing a Chayrem ... we submit ... it is THE WRONG
METHOD.
Jew Has $72,000, but (Joes Hungry
DublinAlthough he had in his
pocket a ticket for $72,000 duo a
friend of his who won that sum in
the last Irish sweepstakes, Fran-
cisco Abrami, New York Jew, left
Dublin hungry this week because
he could not find a kosher restau-
rant.
Abrami came here to collect the
prize for his friend, but quit the
city for the continent when he
founil that he could not obtain
kosher food.


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protest against dismissal of seven
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tarrying banners paraded in front
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137 N. K. Nineteenth St
UK. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabhi
To your FRIENDS
and RELATIVES in the
(RUSSIA)
T&rgsin Storet ors located in th$ largir
cities of the U-S.S.R. and carry difftrent
domestic and imported articles of high
quality; CLOTHIXG, $hots, rubbers,
skirts; FLOUR, sugar, coffee, and other
FOOD STUFFS; household goods, tobacco,
etc.
PRICES COMPARE FAVOR-
ABLY WITH THOSE IN
AMERICA
To places where there are no
Torgsin stores the merchandise
is mailed by the TORGSIN
PARCEL DEPARTMENT
For Torgsin orders see your local
bank or authorized agent
G.nenl Representative In U.S.A AMTORO. 261 Fitth Ave., NY
Gradual hool
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He Sure to Take Advantage of Our
SUMMER SPECIAL
A BUDGET BUNDLE
Everything Washed and Ironed
SAVE!
On Yo> Family Washing
10 Lbs. $1.59
Additional at lOc Lb.
' family Bundle to consist of a! least one-half Flat Work
fcxcew el wearing apparel over Flat charged additional 10c lb.
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Friday, June 7, 1935
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
The last "Shalosh-Si-Udos" of
the season was held last Saturday
at tin Beth David Talmud Torah.
Mr. N. Bader and Mr. I. Bludstein,
sponsors, surprised Rabbi Max
Shapiro by presenting him with a
beautiful smoking set of pipe, ci-
gar holder and lighter as a token
of their appreciation for his work.
Mrs. Bludstein has served this
group faithfully by providing the
necessaries at every "Shalosh-Si-
l The assemblage wished
Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro god-
Bpeed during their coming vaca-
tion.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Markowitz
left Tuesday to spend the next six
week.- visiting relatives and friends
in New York, the White Moun-
tains and Detroit, Mich.
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The summer semester of Beth
David Talmud Torah will begin
Monday morning, June 10, at 10
o'clock. Register your children
Monday and Tuesday from 10 to
11:30 a. m. Mr. E. Gordon is in
charge.
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Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro are
leaving for an extended trip this
Monday morning, June 10. Those
who desire to discuss congrega-
tional or religious problems with
the rabbi please communicate with
him Sunday morning.

Jack Wucher, popular grocer and
delicatessen operator of Miami
Beach, and I. Markowitz, mash-
L'laeh of the Floridian Hotel dur-
ing the past season, will operate
the Ix'autiful thirty-room Fifth
Avenue Hotel at Hendersonville
this season. Exceptionally reason-
able prices will be charged and a
strictly kosher cuisine will be
served. It will afford those de-
siring a real vacation with fine
surroundings and kosher meals tho
opportunity they have been seek-
ing. Reservations may be made
by writing to them at 709 Fifth
ave., West Hendersonville, N. J.
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A i a meeting of the Jewish Min-
ister-' Association, held this week,
it \\a- decided to sponsor a few
projects of great Jewish interest
for the entire community. The
details will be presented in the
fall.
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The marriage of Miss Helen
tline, daughter of Mrs. Gio-
vanna Mattaline, to Jack Drucker-
, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis j
Iiruckerman, was held Sunday at j
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Druckerman with Rabbi Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan of Temple Israel offi-
Rabbi Kaplan previously
conducted the ceremony in which
'he bride was converted to Juda-
ism.

The marriage of Miss Dora
Weingarten, daughter of Mr. and
i'rs. I. Weingarten, and Harry Ru-
bin of Michigan City, Ind., took
place Sunday afternoon at the
litth David Talmud Torah in the
presence of a large number of rel-
atives and friends.
Rabbi Max Shapiro performed
lemony, assisted by Cantor
Louis Dayman.
Prior to the entrance of the
bridal party Miss Marguerite Mi-
dland sang "Oh Promise Me," fol-
lowed by "I Love You Truly," with
a violin obligato. The bridal cho-
rus from "Lohengrin" was played
"or the entrance of the party.
Mrs. Joseph Schwartz was ma- j
tron of honor. Joseph Schwartz.
was best man and Sam Weingar-
ten and Harry Bleckner were the
ushers.
Little Dolores and Gloria Pan
scattered rose petals in the path
of the bride.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wallerstein, un-
cle and aunt of the bridegroom, ami
the bride's parents were in the
wedding party.
Following the wedding, a recep-
tion was held. Assisting at the re-
ception were Mrs. Henry Bleckner,
Mrs. Sam Weingarten and Miss Ida
Schwartz.
Following the reception, Mr. and
Mrs. Rubin left on a motor trip
and will live in Michigan City,
where Mr. Rubin is in the theatri-
cal business.
-Mrs. Rubin has a wide circle of
friends here, where she spent her
childhood. She has been assistant
buyer in the sports wear depart-
ment of Burdine's, Inc., for a num-
ber of years.
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A special meeting of the board
of directors of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation will be held
at its synagogue on Monday eve-
ning, June 10th, when plans for
the summer season will be an-
nounced. Members are cordially
invited to attend.
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Several hundred children and
'dult- attended the annual chil-
dren's picnic given at Fort I.auder-
dale by the Ladies' Auxiliary of
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation last Sunday. Contests
were held and prizes were awarded
to the winning children. During
the day ice cream, cake, fruit and
drinks were served.
Orlando Notes
Parent! of the following grad-
uate- held "open house" Monday
after commencement exercises:
Beatrice Liberman, Abe Kamenoff
and Irene Braverman. Mr. and
Mrs, M. Wittenstein held "open
house" for Robert Miller, who
graduated in the 1935 class.
er delicious refreshments were
served.
Mr. and Mrs. II. X. Roth gave a
luncheon at the Perrydell honor-
ing Ethel Sigal, bride-elect.
B'nai B'rith will hold their an-
nual picnic June 13 at Lakeside.
A diamond ball contest will be held
between the Church st. and Orange
ave. member merchants. A regu-
lar meeting was held Tuesday
night in the vestry rooms of the
synagogue.
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Printing and Developing
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Photographed
WE SPECIALIZE IN
MARINE PHOTOGRAPHY
Mrs. B. J. Cohen and sons, Morty
and Allen Lee, are spending a few-
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. A. Coil-
man of Sarasota Beach.
Beers Photo Co.
212 N. E. Fourth St.
PHONES:
2-9311 2-9829 2-4034
Ladies' Auxiliary luncheon was
given at the Orange Court Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Ilaker and
daughters spent Sunday in Day-
tona.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Kottelman of
Sanford were visitors in Orlando
on .Monday.
Mr. J. Foster of Savannah, Ga.,
spent Tuesday and Wednesday in
Orlando.
Miss Hilda Coplon entertained
recently for Miss Ruth Esther and
her house guests. Dancing was
enjoyed by those present and lat-
Mr. Sam Shook has returned
from an extended trip in the north.
Morton Levy has returned home
from the University of Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Black have
left Orlando for Daytona Beach,
where they will spend the summer.
Whit. Oak Leather
HALF SOLES ...50c
I.ADIK8' HEELS ___......lie
?ttutic SkM 8hp
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Oh. CrUa tal
Ask for NEW YORK BREAD
At All Good Stores
You can't "come clean" without hot water, and the best hot
water supply is electric. These new electric water heaters
are fully automatic and insulated, bringing you a continuous
supply of steaming hot water without flames and dirt.
Aak for NEW YORK BREAD
At All Good Stores
LOW PRICES LONG TERMS
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The Holpomt "FLORIDAN"
10 gallon *76^
$5.00 down and only $3.56 a month for 2ft
onths.
18 gallon s89^
$5.00 down and only $ft.23 a month for 2ft
months.
The "SEPCO"
10 gallon .s76?2
$3.00 down and only $3.5ft a month for 24
months.
30 gallon s97^2
$5.00 down and only $ft.6o a month (or 2ft
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THE JEWISH Fl.ORinlAS
Friday, June 7,
trie Institute convention
. .._ iwu is based upon
the numivr of electric ranges
homes
kerj
ng of the award year. The
of :'., advertising and sales
1935
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Arrangements m' Greater Miami Jewish (W,
for a 1 Kh1 ft '- Association will be held at ltl?
ed by 1 '*''>-' "Uthned for I i ,,_..,, T,, Tu _'
David Talmud Torah
n,,*t Thurs-
A woman's eager pursuit of the
glamor of romance is the theme
of the latest Janet Gaynor and
Warner Baxter co-starring vehicle.
"One More Spring." starting at
the Tivoli Theatre Sunday.
It is a dramatic modern si
high adventure and gallant
courage.
Janet Gaynor beautifully draws
e of a girl, down on her
n Jon f new officers to take (|ny eveninKi June ...
12. Miss Bt-de Gol- o'clock. All members of the board
man of this event, are urged to attend.
edgewateiTpool beach club
OCEAN ADJOINING FIFTH STREET
Miami Beach. Florida
DAY T H\*S Vicr-I'rwiilent
MANEl ',.
Director
Su, ,-, I Sanitation
PETE DESJARDINS, Direct.,r
Supervllor of Aquatic Sports
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gallj H is befriended by Gin-
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sales results an I sak s r.-.a:er:'..
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ANNOUNCING
\ PRE-INCORPORATION PUBLIC OFFERING
,FIR HUNDRED MEMBERSHIPS ONLY)
A FIVE YEAR FULLY-PAID ALL FACILITIES MEMBERSHIP
and a unit consisting of
3 Share* 10, Preferred Stock, having a Total Par Value of $300.00
2 Shares Common Stock
For $300
. > Btrnlnaa tetimate. the income from this hold-
Preferrjd Stock and conservatively |i
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\ H I LY-PAID ALL FACILITIES MEMBERSHIP INCLUDES:
. suit service; idryinir ami waihlng
nerved m thi grandstand for Sunday shows,
on t" special events.
mm: special rate fur !> or more persons, or for fassilj group*,
lb is the Pool Ami hi-Theatre. aratini; approximately
e. la, open to the public, will be held each
- lined by the management, which is com-
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I ., week to well-conceived, carefully and
Ihu -b ran par It* mrmbn-harrholdem dividends conservatively estimated to
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the event sucl sum Is ti t subscribed >n or
without deduction* or charges of any nature whst-
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