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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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THE JEWISH UNITY
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
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'"AMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE II,
1935
Price Five Ccnti
(Retailers Must Chesed Shel Ernes
Obtain Permits Holds Banquet
\: tions for state permits to
I n the business of Belling
lanythin;; at retail can be secured
[at the iffice of this newspaper,
IfnMii anj of the banks or the tax
IcolU'i-t" next Monday, June 17th.
Isciiat"- Bill No. 724 requires all
who sell anything at re-
jtail 1" secure a permit before July
|l,aml the Jewish Floridian is glad
|to co-operate with the local mer-
Ichants and the state in making
available these applications. Un-
|dir pi' isions of the act persons
lulling' at retail without a permit
(after July 1 will be guilty of a
Imisdemeanor.
Senate Mill No. 724 also provides
Ithat all persons who sell anything
[at retail shall pay a license tax
[from $10 to $40 plus a percentage
[of gross receipts ranging from
lone-half of one per cent to five
i, dependent on the num-
I -tores owned by any indi-
I roup of individuals. Only
nit must be secured before
Ijuly l ami the application must be
[accompanied by a permit fee of 50
cents.
The license scale under this act
i aa follows:
Subdivision A
Class l--Upon one store, the flat
sum of $10. Class 2Upon chains
pf mure than one, but not more
khan three stores, the flat sum of
15(1 for each said store. Class 3
L'pon chains of more than three,
but no) more than six stores, the
I i of $100 for each said
More, (lass 4Upon chains of
in six, but not more than
. the flat sum of $200
I aid stoic Class 6Upon
chains of more than ten, but not
i an fifteen stores, the flat
fum of ?:S00 for each said store.
Upon chains of more than
fifteen res. the flat sum of $400
| lid store.
Subdivision B
Class l--Upon one store, also
hnam mt equal to one-half of one
I of the gross receipts from
' as defined in this act.
f I pon chains of more than
f n amount equal to one per
Jnt of the gross receipts from all
I defined in this act. Class
F chains of more than three,
' more than six stores, also
kn an unl equal to two per cent
kf the (,ss receipts from all sales
I d in this act. Class 4
l-'pon i haina of more than six, but
\ e than ten stores, also an
kttounl equal to three per cent of
receipts from all sales
Is defined in this act. Class 5
^Pn chains of more than ten, but
k"t more than fifteen stores, also
In amount equal to four per cent
I" the moss receipts from all sales
defined in this act. Class 6
J-Pn chains of more than fifteen
I':11-. also an amount equal to
Pv per cent of the gross receipts
jm all sales as defined in this
Ft
The act provides that it shall
P Unlawful for anyone to sell any-
II "ur at retail after July 1 unless
l has applied for and received
Com the state controller a permit.
"lam hopeful that those selling
' retail will secure application.
Officers of the Chesed Shel Emea
Sisterhood were installed at a din-
ner in the Palatial Restaurant last
Tuesday night in the presence of
an unusually large number of mem-
bers and guests. Mrs. Charles
Beckwitt, chairman of the arrange-
ments committee, -poke briefly and
introduced Mrs. S. I.. Wcintraub as
toastmistress. 'The invocation was
j pronounced by Rabbi Julius Wash-
er. Mrs. Isidor Cohen, who was
re-elected president, then present-
ed the report of the past year,
showing receipts of $1,11.51.51 and
disbursements of $1,283.13. Ad-
dresses woe delivered during the
evening by 1. L. .Mint/.er, president
of the Greater Miami Jewish Cem-
etery Association: E. Gordon.
chairman of the Chevra Kadisha;
Manuel Rippa, first president of
the Chesed Shel Ernes; Sol
Schwartz, one of the early work-
ers and founders of the organiza-
tion; Mrs. M. Kotkin of the Chev-
ra Kadisha; Mrs. II. I. lloma. pres-
ident of the Ladies' Auxiliary of
the Jewish Welfare Bureau; Mrs.
P, BerkowitZ, president of the La-
dies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation; Mrs.
M. Dubler of Beth David Sister-
hood; Mrs. S. L. Wcintraub of the
Senior Council of Jewish Women,
and J. Louis Shochet. Vocal selec-
tions were rendered by Rosemary
Gerson Klemptner, Cantor Moris
Schlachman and Cantor Louis Day-
man. Rabbi David I. Roscnbloom
and Rabbi Julius Washer spoke
briefly. The principal address of
the evening was delivered by Citj
Solicitor Abe Aronovitz, who spoke
on "Friendship and Citizenship."
Mrs. Morris Dubler installed the
officers. Rabbi D. I. Kosenbloom
pronounced the benediction.
A Proclamation
Whereas, tin- home is of supreme
Importance as the basis of our
community life, constituting, as it
does, an essential factor in the
health and happiness of both pres-
ent and future generations; and
Whereas, the Greater Miami
Better Housing Program is help-
ing our citizens to build new homes
and to modernize homes which they
now own. thus putting men back
to work and contributing in a con-
crete way to industrial and busi-
ness recovery.
Now. therefore, we, A. D. 11.
Fossey, mayor of Miami; Louis F.
Snedigar, mayor of Miami Beach;
Frank (). Pruitt, mayor of Miami
Shores Village, and G. C. Adams,
mayor of Miami Springs, do set
aside and appoint Saturday, the
fifteenth day of June. 1936, to be
known as Greater Miami Better
Housing Day; and we call upon all
lour citizens to join with citizens
' of other communities throughout
the land in marking the day with
appropriate observances, in order
that the benefits of the better hous-
ing program may be brought to
a still greater number of our
i people.
A. 1). II. FOSSEY,
Mayor of Miami.
: OUIS F. SNEDIGAR,
Mayor of Miami liearh.
FRANK 0. PRUITT,
Mayor of Miami Shores Village.
j G. CARL ADAMS.
.Mayor of Miami Springs.
Yiddish Concert
Will Be Staged
A concert will be held on Sun-
day. June 16th, at 8:30 p. m. at
Roth David Talmud Torah audi-
torium, 189 N. W. Third ave. A
very entertaining program will be
presented. Cantor Louis 1 layman
will act as master of ceremonies
and will introduce many novel acts
and numbers. Morris Goldman.
violinist, will play the Hebrew
melody by Joseph Achron and oth-
er fine numbers, accompanied al
the piano by Ralph Guarini. Can-
tor Moris Schlachman, baritone,
will render several numbers. A
one-act comedy. "Oilem ffabo," will I
star Mr. Joseph Greenherg, A.
Pressman, H. Rose. Mrs. C. Teitel-
baum and A. Brown. Miss Helen
Decker in a whirlwind of acrobatic
dancing, and Kitty Culbreath in
novelty dances by courtesy of Billy
Buller Studio of Dancing. Cantor
Louis Hayman, tenor, will give sev-
eral Jewish. English and Italian
songs. .
This is a benefit for a musician
in distress who will receive the en-
tire proceeds.
Loyalty Club
Sponsors Dance
Arrangements have been com-
pleted to give Miamians one of the
finest affairs of the current sea-
son next Thursday evening, June
20th, at the Royal Palm Club at
the t'ooi of Biscayne blvd. The
event is the dame and entertain-
ment being sponsored by Loyalty
Club, auxiliary of Kmunah Chap-
ter. (). E. S.. to raise funds for its
various charitable and civic activ-
ities. In addition to the orchestra
which will provide music for danc-
ing, a number of outstanding night
club entertainers have promised to
attend and stage a show for the
guests. Admission, including mini-
mum charges, is only one dollar
per couple.
Jerusalem Gets
New Synagogue
_______
Word has just been received by
the United Synagogue of America
that construction has been started
on the Jerusalem Synagogue and
Center, built with money raised in
America, the first unit of which
will be dedicated the coming Rosh
Hashonah. The completed project
will stand as the offering of Amer-
ican Jewry to the youth and spirit
of the Holy Land.
The need for such a structure in
Jerusalem was made evident by a
survey on the religious and edu-
cational conditions in Palestine
made by Rabbi Samuel M. Cohen
some years ago. In the survey it
wa.- pointed out that, unless Pal-
estine develops synagogues and
centers that would provide facil-
ities not only for worship, but also
for social and cultural activities
for tin' youth of Palestine as well
as its adult Jewish population, our
| religious life will suffer. The
building is now being erected in
co-operation with the' Jeshurun Or-
ganization of Jerusalem. The use
of the facilities of the building will
not be limited to any single group
in the Jewish life of Palestine and
the United Synagogue officials
lope thai other congregations and
communities will be stimulated to
ered similar edifices in other parts
of the land.
The structural design for the Je-
rusalem Synagogue and Center
was chosen as the result of a com-
petition in which thirty Palestin-
ian architects submitted plans.
Announcement of the news that
work had been started on the build-
ing was received with enthusiastic
acclaim by Jewish lay and religious
leaders of every denomination.
Dr. Israel II. I.evinthal, rabbi of
Jewish News
Around the
World
Madrid The recent split be-
tween the Sephardic and Ashken-
azic Jews in Barcelona, the largest
community in Spain, has reached
the point where two groups are
planning to hold separate kehillah
elections. This means that Barce-
lona Jewry will be divided into two
kchillahs, one- Sephardic and one
Ashkenazic. The German-Jewish
refugee community in Barcelona
hns organized its first sport club
With the help of the local athletic
authorities.
Montreal Anti-Semitism in
Canada received a tremendous set-
back when Henri Bourassa, leader
of the French anti-Semitic move-
ment in Quebec, completely re-
versed himself in the third of a
series of scholarly lectures on na-
tionalism denounced anti-Semitism
as anti-Christianity and warned
the French-Canadians that they
must respect the rights of the Jew-
ish minority in the Province of
Quebec in order that their claim
to equal rights in such places where
they are a minority be justified.
The importance of Mourassa's
speech cannot be overestimated be-
cause he has been regarded as the
Canadian counterpart of Houston
Chamberlain, the father of Euro-
pean scientific anti-Semitism.
Gruening Named Porto Rico's
Administrator
Washington, D. C. Ernest
Gruening, head of the bureau of in-
sular affairs in the United States
Department of the Interior, has
blanks early next week and imme-
diately file same with me by mail.
Comptroller J. M. Lee states.
Beth David Cong.
Elects Officers
A well attended annual meeting
of Beth David Congregation last
Sunday night resulted in the fol-
lowing being chosen as directors
for the coming year to fill six ex-
pired terms: Louis Weinklc, S. C.
Myers, Leo Ackerman. Harry Mar-
kowitz, Henry Nadelweiss and Da-
vid Rosenhouse. At the first meet-
ing of the directors, held Wednes-
day night, the following officers
were chosen for the coming year:
Harry Gordon, prominent local at-
torney, president; Sidney Palmer,
vice-president; Leo Ackerman, Sec-
retary, and Louis Weinklc, treas-
urer. The Synagogue has just be-
gun an active campaign for the,
sale of cemetery lots.
the Brooklyn Jewish Center, and l,l','n "Pl'ointed administrator for
chairman of the Jerusalem Syna- Porto K"'" reconstruction in an
gogue and Center Committee of, executive order by President Room-
the United Synagogue, declared velt The president's order cstab-
that "the news that the Synagogue lished a reconstruction administra-
Center is actually being erected """ lW porto Rico under the
in Jerusalem will gladden the worka relief program. A widely
heart of every lover of our ancient know" "beral journalist, Mr.
homeland. I was privileged to at- Gruening i- a former editor of the
tend the laying of the corner stone N York 1'"-' and managing ed-
of this building and I can attest 'tor of The Nation.
l,i the unbounded interest and joy---------------------------
that the event aroused in the en- Cheer Normandie, hut Forget Her
lire Jewish community. Builder, Andre Levy
Speaking for the Orthodox wing ----------
Of Jewry, Dr. II. Pcreira Mclidc.-. Xew YorkAmid till the excite-
Rabbi Emeritus of the Spanish and men! attending the arrival of the
Portuguese Synagogue of New new French queen of the seas, the
York, said that "both Synagogue SS. Normandie, everyone forgot
and Center have a splendid destiny
awaiting them." His successor. Dr.
David do Sola Pool, made the fol-
lowing comment:
"It is good to know that at last
about the man who built the giant
liner. Andre Levy, the scion of four
generations of French Jews. Al-
though Levy was virtually ignored
in the great todo that followed the
maiden voyage of the Normandie,
there will be -reeled in Jerusalem kevy was the proudest member of
a Synagogue worthy of the Holy L^ vemVa 2,170 passengers. Levy
City. It has been a standing re-|is director-general of the Ponhoet
proach for ail too long that then shipyards at St. Naxaire, France,
has been no dignified home for the ulu.,,. )h(, m.w ,|U,.,.M rf the ocean
To, ah in Zion from which the WM ,)ui,t A f,,,.,,,,.,. engtoe in
Torah has come m the past and the French navy, M. Uvy has been
associated with the Ponhoet ship-
yards for more than a quarter of
a century. It was under his direc-
tion that the He do France, the
Lafayette, the Paris, the Cham-
plain and many French battleships
were constructed.
from which it will come in the fu
lure."
Plans are being made for a gi-
gantic world-wide celebration this
coming fall in honor of the dedica-
tion of the Jerusalem Synagogue
and Center.


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Friday, June 14.
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ati -^led the closing ex-
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Torah and Sunday
.--. Sunday night at its
Norton Pallott
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Jewish national
.. ta rig part in the ex-
into the auditorium
. -- nal was being
Ral : Juliui Washer led
.. n and wai fallowed by
lent of the
gati n; Mrs. Philip Berko-
- lent of the Ladies' Aux-
Greenberg, chairman
of education, and the
- mday school and
. T rah. who took part in
A- all reached the
Idren -aluted the
: the "Pledge to the
With all standing Marcia
the invocation.
7 i .-.- li ted 1 paying
mory of Mose*
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witf spoke on the
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Ra an ai
Ray U. Shochet,
:' the later life of
Cantor Boris
-ang a liturgical
wai greatly ap-
Then Stanley Tannen-
:z. Ronald
Harold Ber-
G enl erg re-
nciples of
inded b; the Ram-
sined its meaning to
lews a ; .ar. selection by
I thei followed. The
s of ii enun-
am, was then
rrence Feinberg
y ar. :her vocal
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Morah
is ] bilosophic work
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. with
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Mr. Max
. brief
he was foil wed by
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briefly and presented gifts to the
Sunday school faculty, i nsistiiu
of the Misses Sarah Shochet, Rose
Berkowitz, Gladys Greenberg and
Gertrude Rappaport on behalf 0f
the Ladies' Auxiliary. Mr. Joseph
Greenberg then told of the work
of the Talmud Torah ami Sunday
school and presented awards for
scholarship in the Talmui Torah to
Oscar Rappaport, Martin Green-
!>erg, Harold Berkowitz, Lawrence
Feinberg and Shirley Guenberg.
Awards of medals for scholarship
in the Sunday school were an-
nounced as having been won by
Esther V. Shochet, Mildred Bereko-
witz, Ray U. Shochet, Stanley Tan-
nenbaum, Stanley Scher, Nathan
Mayerowitz, Marcia Hair:-. Phyl-
lis Shulman and Ronald Mann. This
was followed by the presentation
of a gift on behalf of the Sun-
day school faculty and the chil-
dren of the Talmud Turah and
Sunday school to Rabbi Julius
Washer by a committee of the pu-
pils consisting of Mildred Berko-
witz, Ray U. Shochet and Esther
V. Shochet. Then Rabbi Washer
was presented with the gift of a
beautiful wrist watch from the
members of the board of directors
of the congregation. An address
by Rabbi Washer then followed and
the suggestion offered by him that
in the interests of Jewish educa-
tion a public joint examination of
the pupils of all Talmud Torahl be
held to stimulate the interest of
the general community. Phyllis
Shulman then pronounced the bene-
diction, which was followed by the
ringing of the Hatikvo. The chil-
dren then marched out while the
recessional was played. Refresh-
ments were then served by a com-
mittee of the congregation and the
-' Auxiliary.
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PUBLISHED KVKKY FRIDAY
by the
JEWISH I I.ORIDIAN I'UHI.ISIIING CO
P. O. Box 2373
THE JBWI8H PLOBIDIAN
Jacksonville News
Friday, Juno 14, 1935
Miami, Fla.
I'll.,no 2 5304
a. 16th Avenue
KDITOKIAL OFFICES:
Phono 2.118)
J. LOUIS SHOCIIKT. Editor
FRED K. SHOCIIKT. Circulation Manager
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN
Field Representative
I m
'unrtor ,h Vi TV","'" ''""' Office .1 Miami, Florida,
unilcr the Ait of March :t. 1879,
ST. PETERSBURG
RABBI A. S. KLEINFELD
Representative
ORLANDO
[RENE BRAVERMAN
Representative
TAMPA
MRS, M. II. KISLER
Representative
Hadassah
uel Hammerman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. K. Hammerman of Jackson-
ville. The ceremony was per-
formed in the home of the bride-
groom by Rabbi M. D. Margolis
in the presence of close friends and
minstrel was staged Tuesday night relatives of the young couple.
hi the Morocco Temple. The bride was Riven away by
The show was under the direc- ner cous'n-s. Mr. and Mrs. R. Price,
tion of Bill Singleton, who has pro- **r. Hammerman was attended
duced many successful minstrels ''-v ms brother and sister-'n-law,
for Junior Hadassah in the past. Mr. illl(' Mrs. M. Hammerman.
II. Talisman was one of the end
men in the show. Iiernie Berman,
a familiar figure in theatrical cir-
cles, was included in the cast of
the Junior Hadassah minstrel.
In addition to the regular min-
strel this year, specialty numbers
Mrs. M. Ghelerter and Mrs. M.
Bagan entertained with a bridge
party Thursday afternoon in the
home of the former, honoring Miss
Miriam Silver, bride-elect.
WEST FLORIDA BUSINESS AGENT
S. G. AROSON
4209 Central Ave., Tampa, Fla.
ntha
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si:list uii'tion
lion
2.'i0
FRIDAY, JUNK II. 1935
Vol. 8No. 24
Garden flowers were used about
were offered through the courtesy llu' rooms. Novelty ash trays were
of the Sheldon Studios, featuring awarded to holders of high and low
(Catherine Chassee and Evelyn *'''"'<'* A salad course was served.
Fleming in songs and dances. Miss SHver received several pieces
f her crystal.
Miss Mary Frances l.ippman,
who has been spending the spring
vacation with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. I.. P. l.ippman, has returned
to New York City, where she is a
student in the School of Medical
Technology of Sydenham Hospital.
She was entertained while here.
The Jewish Center diamondball
league is neaiing the close of the
first half of the split season with
the Junior Progressive club Bpread-
eagling the field with a record of
lour wins and no losses.
The excellent pitching of Plash
Leibovitz and the slugging efforts
of teammates have enabled the
Progressive Club to keep its win-
ning streak intact. Vesper services were held at 6
---------- p. m. Thursday in the Jacksonville
Three girls and four boys were Jewish Temple. Bar Mitzva scrv-
confirmed last week at an impres- icea f()r Bi"y L*sarow were con-
sive service in the Jacksonville ,lut'u'(l W:80 a. m. Friday, tho
Jewish Center, which was wit- (la-v ()f Shabuoth, in the Temple,
nessed by a large congregation. Rabbi Israel L- KP'an conducted
The ii .......... o,...;,.., the services.
Tampa Notes
Mr. and Mrs. William Bass cel-
ebrated the bris of their son, Theo-
dore, at St. Joseph's Hospital last
Sunday morning. Mrs. I. I.iebman
and Mrs. I. Segall assisted the
host in serving.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Steinberg
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Florence Ann, to Adolph
Weil, jr., of Tampa, formerly of
Jacksonville. The wedding will
lake place in August.
Miss Steinberg, who was born
in New York City, has lived in
Tampa since infancy. She grad-
uated from Plant High school and
the Florida Slate College for
Women, where she was a member
of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority.
Mi. Weil, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Weil of Jacksonville, is a native
of that city. After attending
Jacksonville schools, he entered
Florida Military academy, where he
was a member of Phi Tau Phi fra-
ternity. He is secretary of the Y.
M. II. A., the Merry Fellows Club,
Schaarai Zedek congregation and
B'nai B'rith. He is a member of
Weil and Son Insurance company.
confirmands were: Bernice
Berkowitz, Minnie Peinberg, Irene
Kristle, Paul Weiss, Raymond Co-
hen, Meyer Proctor and Abe Spi-
wak.
Moderation in Legislation
Those of us who were fortunate enough to have ac-
quainted ourselves with the principles of the Jewish faith
have always been impressed with the ever present and under-
lying principle of "moderation." That single thought has
ever been zealously guarded by our sages, particularly in the
creation of our great body of fundamental laws and later
decisions.
We wonder whether this same principle, so zealously
guarded by our great law givers of the past, might not be
equally observed bv our Senators and Congressmen in Wash- confirmands delivered a short talk Leaders of the Young Men's He-
ington. Why is it that with the least bit of pressure they no!whlch together presented a brief brow Association of Jacksonville
longer are representative of the great mass of the people outline of Jewish history. pian jnim(.(ijate steps toward lay-
who sent them to Washington. Why is it that no matter
what EXTREME LEGISLATION is urged upon them, THEY
DISREGARD the welfare of the very people who elected
them and succumb to the wiles of the glib tongued.
We cannot help but condemn the action of the Florida
Senators, Messrs. Fletcher and Trammell, in their vote on
the Kayburn-Wheeler bill. Stamped as outrageous, unques-
tionably depreciating and perhaps destroying the investments
of the great mass of the people, including countless thou-
Confirmation was held at 10 a.
m. Sunday for the following: Har-
old Bloom, Robert Coleman, Har-
riet C. Jacobson, Hazel F. Levy,
The opening prayer was deliv- Lucile E- I-PPnn, Hannah L. Las-
ered by Raymond Cohen and the arow> Sldney La*OW, Dorothy
closing prayer by Meyer Proctor. Isaac- Irvin Sablow, Edward Wil-
The flower offering was given by kin80n- Adeline Wood.
Bernice Berkowitz. Each of the ----------
The Center choir rendered Bev- ing the foundation for the con-
eral musical selections. Mrs. Berte Btruction in the near future of a
Long, contralto, greeted the con- j new and modern building to house
firmand- with the hymn, "Blessed their organization, it was an-
Be Ye Who Come in the Name of j nounced recently, following a meet-
ilie Lord." ing at which they discussed future
Rabbi Morris D. Margolis con-j activities.
ducted an especially arranged serv-1 it js the plan of the organiza-
ice for the occasion and delivered i tjon to dispose of the present home
Miss Ethel Haimovitz was hon-
or guest at a surprise party given
at her home, foliowing her grad-
uation at Plant High school last
week.
Dancing was enjoyed until a late
hour, when a buffet supper was
served. Over twenty-five friends
of the honoree attended.
Mrs. Ben Haimovitz is in Syra-
cuse, N. Y., attending the gradua-
tion of her oldest daughter, Flor-
ence, from Syracuse University.
Miss Tillye Simovitz, bride-elect,
was entertained at a bridge party
given by her cousin, Miss Lucille
Rosenberg, last week at her home.
sands of widows and orphans, banks and insurance compa- the confirmation message, which f association on West Duval
nies. this Rayburn-Wheeler bill is passed by the Senate de- was concluded with the blessing gt. ami erect anew structure.
spite the pleas of millions of Americans against its passage, j of the confirmands. Max Rubin, > Among those participating in t
gavi
that sent them to their high places of honor.
the
hich
each of the confirmands with cer- was hl,i,| Thursday night, were Max
This biHgoe'st"o'the"ve"rv extreme of legislation and with-'tificates and Bibles gifts of the MirkiSi prt.sidt.nt; je Goldstein,
out any vestige of reason undertakes to wipe out utility hold- Daughters of the ( enter al,.y ,.vman> Fml Soforenko, A.
Miss Mildred Simovitz enter-
tained last Sunday afternoon at
bridge at the Floridan Hotel in
honor of her sister, Miss Tillye Si-
movitz, whose marriage took place
last Sunday.
Bridge games were played.
Ing companies. It is but another project to destroy capital
and injure business.
Certainly there are utility holding companies that have
not played fair with the public, but is that not also Irue of
other businesses? Is their complete destruction, regardless
of effects upon others, the remedy? Or is moderation along
the lines of proper governmental regulation the proper course
to take?
We respectfully submit that the good old and time-worn
principle of "moderation" as tested by our faith[these thou-
sands of years is the ONLY PRINCIPLE THAT CAN BE
I'KOPERLY FOLLOWED. It is not yet too late. Our Con-
gressmen should be told in words unmistakable that they
Were sent to Washington to represent their constituents;
"MODERATION" should be their guiding pwapfe "
nothing else. THIS PERNICIOUS HILL SHOULD I1L 0\ hii-
WHKLMINGLY DEFEATED.
P. Carnto and others. Harry Sachs,
chairman of the board and finance
Miss Emily Bloom, bride-elect, committee, presided.
Education and Judaism
"Thank heavens, that's over with" is an expression ut-
tered with great gusto during the past week by MyjJJJ-
era, fathers and Rabbis throughout the country. OI course,
they refer to the confirmation exercises during wheh the
youth of our communities have paraded down the awies o
[he Synagogue with doting parents and fond relatives Iook
nu on. f k
And we cannot help but agree with the Rabbi who frank-
>> admitted that his pupils were "confirmed in their ij.
was complimented recently with a
bridge party by Mrs. M. Marco,:
and her daughter, Miss Annette
\l rco. Sharing in the honors for
the evening was Miss Goldie Lew-
insky o. Key West, house guest
if Miss Marco.
Miss Bloom was presented with
a table lamp by the hostesses as a
memento of the charming occasion,
and Miss Lewinsky was the recip-
ient of a lovely handkerchief.
A delicious salad course with a
chilled drink was served on the
card tables by the hostesses, late
in I lie evening, assisted by Mrs. H.
Bloom.
A large number of members and
friends attended the last regular
meeting of the season of the
Daughters of Israel in the Jewish
Center, with Mrs. Joseph Hackel
presiding.
After a short business meeting
the organization entertained mem-
bers and their friends at a compli-
mentary dessert bridge. Individ-
ual tables were arranged for ards
and a delicious ice course was
served.
Various activities for the sum-
mer were mapped out. Final plans
Mrs. S. Sokoloff, Mrs. M. Kauf-
man and Mrs. J. Granet of New
York City attended the wedding
of Miss Tillye Simovitz to Larry
Waltzer, which took place last
Sunday evening.
for the annual children's p'eniCi
An impressive event of Sunday which will take place on June 12
was the wedding of Miss Betty at Huhin's camp, were discussed.
Gottlieb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Ethel Joel was in charge
J. Gottlieb of Baltimore to Sam- of arrangements.
the Hebrew, let alone understand it. Though some are pa-
raded as Cantors and others as Rabbis, their ignorance is but
too apparent. ___
May we suggest that now, when business has somewhat
ebbed, our parents take stock of their children. Let them
Miss Tillye Simovitz entertained
the members of her wedding party
at a buffet supper Thursday night.
The members of the Rodoph Sho-
lom Choir were presented with
gifts by Mr. David Stein at serv-
ices Friday night, in appreciation
of their services. Members of the
choir are Roy Jenkins, Sam Ver-
kauf, Sam Abramovitz, Milton Bo-
kor, Finest Weber and Sol Outer-
man. Miss Florence Abramovitz,
Miss Beck Buchman, Miss Vickie
Boiler, Miss Pearl Buchman, Miss
Esther Jenkins, Miss Helen Aron-
ovitz, Miss Toby Katz and Miss
Dena Peckett.
The M. J. M. Club is spending
a week at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Haimovitz at Clearwa-
ter Beach. Their chaperon is Mrs.
Morris Bennett.
Members of the club are the
lea Shirley Essrig, Sallye Fin-
man, Hose Perettzman, Esther
Jenkins, Toby Katz, Dena Peckett,
Mickey Lubetsky, Helen Aronovits,
Florence Abramovitz and Ethel
Haimovitz.


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Friday, June 14, 1935
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Thi' engWJWWnt of Miss Tillye
|., nger, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Predinger of this city,
t0 Mr. 1'aul Lubin of Yonkers, N.
j announced this week. Mr.
Lubin is a graduate of the Uni-
of New York and is con-
with the internal revenue
depaiunent. Miss Predinger is a
native Floridian, her parents being
long time residents and workers of
this area. She is a graduate of
the Miami High school and is an
accomplished musician. She is an
active member of the Junior Coun-
cil of Jewish Women. The wed-
ding fwill be an event of next
month.

Mitchell Magid has just arrived
from Gainesville, where he has
completed his second year in col-
and will spend the summer
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
I. Magid.
*
following an experience of more
than seventeen years in the sta-
tionery and office supply business
in New York, Mr. Herman Barnett
opened the Barnett Stationery
Store in the Seybold Arcade this
week with a complete line of sta-
tionery, office and printing sup-'
plies. He will specialize in sup- j
plying Jewish printing, such as Bar
Hitzva and similar invitations. In
Far Rockaway Mr. Barnett was ex-
ceptionally active in the communal
life of Jewry, serving as secretary
of the Kockaway division of the
American Jewish Congress, secre-1
tary of the Men's Club of Cong.
Shaarey Tfiloh, director of the He- j
brew Infants and Kindergarten ]
Home and numerous other Jewish \
organizations. An invitation is ex- j
tended to the Jewish public to visit
the new store.
* *
The Ladies' Auxiliary tof the
Jewish Welfare Bureau is sponsor-
ing a luncheon at the Southern Caf-
eteria today from 11 a. m. to 2:30
p. m. to raise funds for its wel-
fare work. Half of the proceeds
of the luncheon will be given to
the organization. The public is
urged to attend.
* *
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion is sponsoring a benefit bridge
on Sunday evening, June 23,
at the home of Mrs. H. Traeger,
1001 S. W. 15th ave., with Mrs.
Max Mintzer as the hostess. Prizes
will be awarded for high scores
and refreshments will be served.
The public is invited to attend.
*
M Ksther Rosengarten, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Rosengarten,
left last Saturday by Clyde Line
lit relatives and friends in
cticut and New York. She
will return in about four weeks.
*
The recently organized Junior
H. A., formed through the
combination of the former Boys'
Division and Girls' Division of the
"v." is sponsoring a shipwreck
dance Sunday evening, June 23rd.
This affair will bring the club's
membership drive to a climax. The
dance will be free to members and
all persons who sign up for mem-
bership at the door.
The Junior Division of the Y. M.
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H. A. is an organization for Jew-
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of 16 and 19. Meetings are held
every Tuesday evening at 8:30 in
the clubhouse, 1507 S. W. 5th st.
All Interested in joining are urged
to visit at any time they wish.
*
Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of
Beth Jacob Congregation will leave
Sunday morning for a six weeks'
vacation. He will go to Montgom-
ery, Ala., where his parents in law
will celebrate their twenty-filth
wedding anniversary June 17th.
Following a short stay in Mont-
gomery, he will go to Denver, Col.,
to visit his parents, Rabbi and .Mrs.
H. E. Rosenbloom. He will take
part in the ceremonies celebrating
the fiftieth anniversary in the Rab-
binate of his father.
*
Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated
at the Bris Milah of the infant son
of Mr. and Mrs. Zussman Lubel at
the Good Samaritan Hospital, West
Palm Beach, last Wednesday morn-
ing. Mr. Abram Jacobs of Miami
was "Sandik" for his great-grand-
son. Mr. W. Clein of Miami was
also in attendance.
* *
Jack Wucher, popular Miami
merchant, is now managing the
beautiful Fifth Avenue Hotel at
709 Fifth ave., West, in Hender-
sonville, N. C. Situated in close
proximity to several lakes known
for fine bathing, it is also close to
the Crystal Spring and Lenox Park
Mineral Spring, known for their
curative values. To insure strict
kashrus Mr. I. Markowitz, mash-
viach of the Floridian Hotel dur-
inp the past winter, has been
named mashgiach and placed in
charge. Exceptionally reasonable
rates will be charged and an invi-
tation is extended to all Floridians
to visit this beautiful place.
*
The eighth annual installation
of officers of the Miami unit of
Junior Hadassah took place at a
banquet Wednesday at the Ever-
glades Hotel.
The theme was carried out along
the Palestinian lines and embraced
the four phases of Junior Hadas-
sahMeier Shefyah, Jewish na-
tional fund, nurses' training school
and Pardesa Anna.
Mrs. S. II. I.utsky presided as
master of ceremonies, and the pro-
gram included vocal selections by
Mrs. Rosemary Cerson Klempter
and piano numbers by Miss Doris
Cromer.
Committee in charge of arrange-
ments includes Miss Beatrice
Goldenblank, chairman; Mrs. Mur-
ry Grossman, Miss Marion Blank
and Miss Annette Wechsler.
* *
Mrs. Isaac Levin and her chil-
dren, Robert and Dorothy, left for
Page Five
a summer in Maryland and Vir-
ginia. Robert will enter Georgia
School of Technology in Atlanta
in the fall. Mr. Levin will motor
north to join his family later in
the summer.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Wolf son
and Mr. and Mrs, Albert Bernstein
flew to Havana Wednesday and
will spend several days in that city
before continuing their journey by
plane to Merida, Mexico. They
will spend three days visiting the
Mayan ruins and will then fly to
Mexico City to attend the Rotary
International convention and will
retur to Miami by plane.

Miss Helen Greenwald, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Green-
wald, became the bride Sunday
night of Charles Cromer, staff
writer of the Miami Herald.
The ceremony was performed by
j Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David
Congregation at the home of the
bride.
Miss Peggy Greenwald, the
bride's sister, was maid of honor,
and Harold Cromer, Mr. Cromer's
brother, was best man. Mrs. KUa
Cromer and Mrs. Greenwald, moth-
ers of the couple, and Jasper Cro-
mer. another brother of the bride-
groom, were in attendance.
The ceremony took place under
a white silk canopy decorated with
roses and fern and held by four
friends of Mr. Cromer, Meyer
Schwartz, Sol Kotfort, Manny
Weinkle and Harry Oliphant.
A reception followed the cere-
mony in the Greenwald residence.
A large wedding cake decorated
the dining room table.
+
Miss Evelyn Marks, who recent-
ly was graduated from Miami High
school, was given a surprise birth-
day anniversary party Friday at
her home. A buffet supper was
served.

Friday services begin at 7 p. m.
Saturday morning services begin at
18:80, when Eddie Ginsburg, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ginsburg,
will be Bar Mitzva. He will recite
the Haftoro and speak in English.
Rabbi Rosenbloom wil deliver a
brief address to the Bar Mitzva
boy, following which Mr. Philip Li-
berman will present the Bar Mitz-
va with his certificate. The par-
ents will be hosts at a Kiddush to
the worshipers following the serv-
ices.
Three supreme figures of screen,
stage and vaudeville are brought
together in "The Little Colonel,"
which starts Sunday at the Tivoli
Theatre.
They are Shirley Temple, Lionel
Barrymore and Bill Robinson.
In "The Little Colonel" Robin-
son plays the part of an obdurate
Kentucky colonel, estranged from
his daughter, who elopes with a
Yankee.
The disinherited daughter goes
with her husband to the Indian
frontier, where their daughter be-
comes the honorary colonel of a
regiment. Later, in the duel of a
golden-locked colonel of five, and
a crusty colonel of fifty, the young-
ster sends her battery of charm
against the oldster.
Others in the cast of this De
Sylva production are Evelyn Ven-
able, John Lodge and Sidney Black-
mer. Part of the picture is filmed
in glowing technicolor.
starred. The picture is "One More
Spring," and starts Sunday at the
Seventh Avenue Theatre.
Janet Gaynor has a deeply emo-
tional role as a courageous girl
alone in the world, and Warner
Baxter is the romantic adventurer
who clings to the right to dream.
Advance ri>perts hail the perform-
ances of these stars as extraordi-
nary and memorable.
The talented supporting cast is
composed of Walter King, Jane
Harwell, Roger Imhof, Grant
Mitchell, Rosemary Ames, John
Qualen, Nick Foran and Astrid All-
wyn.
English Jew Gives $1,250,000 to
London Hospital
LondonM. Mcyerstein, Jewish
philanthropist, brought his total
donations to the non-Jewish Mid-
dlesex Hospital up to $1,250,000
with a new contribution of $250,-
000.
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.Movie lovers will delight in the
announcement that the team of
Cteen lovers, Janet Gaynor and
Charles Farrell, are again co-
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Page Three wJewisti Flcridiam Hews Tower Bldg. PUBLISHED KVKKY FRIDAY by the JEWISH I I.ORIDIAN I'UHI.ISIIING CO P. O. Box 2373 THE JBWI8H PLOBIDIAN Jacksonville News Friday, Juno 14, 1935 Miami, Fla. I'll.,no 2 5304 A. 16th Avenue KDITOKIAL OFFICES: Phono 2.118) J. LOUIS SHOCIIKT. Editor FRED K. SHOCIIKT. Circulation Manager CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative I M 'unrtor ,h Vi TV","'" ''""' Office .1 Miami, Florida, unilcr the Ait of March :t. 1879, ST. PETERSBURG RABBI A. S. KLEINFELD Representative ORLANDO [RENE BRAVERMAN Representative TAMPA MRS, M. II. KISLER Representative Hadassah uel Hammerman, son of Mr. and Mrs. K. Hammerman of Jacksonville. The ceremony was performed in the home of the bridegroom by Rabbi M. D. Margolis in the presence of close friends and minstrel was staged Tuesday night relatives of the young couple. HI the Morocco Temple. The bride was Riven away by The show was under the direcner cous n s Mr. and Mrs. R. Price, tion of Bill Singleton, who has pro**r. Hammerman was attended duced many successful minstrels ''v ms brother and sister-'n-law, for Junior Hadassah in the past. Mr. illl( Mrs. M. Hammerman. II. Talisman was one of the end men in the show. Iiernie Berman, a familiar figure in theatrical circles, was included in the cast of the Junior Hadassah minstrel. In addition to the regular minstrel this year, specialty numbers Mrs. M. Ghelerter and Mrs. M. Bagan entertained with a bridge party Thursday afternoon in the home of the former, honoring Miss Miriam Silver, bride-elect. WEST FLORIDA BUSINESS AGENT S. G. AROSON 4209 Central Ave., Tampa, Fla. ntha ar si:list UII'TION lion 2.'i0 FRIDAY, JUNK II. 1935 Vol. 8—No. 24 Garden flowers were used about were offered through the courtesy llu rooms. Novelty ash trays were of the Sheldon Studios, featuring awar ded to holders of high and low (Catherine Chassee and Evelyn *'''"'<'*• A salad course was served. Fleming in songs and dances. Miss SHver received several pieces f her crystal. Miss Mary Frances l.ippman, who has been spending the spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.. P. l.ippman, has returned to New York City, where she is a student in the School of Medical Technology of Sydenham Hospital. She was entertained while here. The Jewish Center diamondball league is neaiing the close of the first half of the split season with the Junior Progressive club Bpreadeagling the field with a record of lour wins and no losses. The excellent pitching of Plash Leibovitz and the slugging efforts of teammates have enabled the Progressive Club to keep its winning streak intact. Vesper services were held at 6 p. m. Thursday in the Jacksonville Three girls and four boys were Jewish Temple. Bar Mitzva scrvconfirmed last week at an impresicea f()r Bi "y L *sarow were consive service in the Jacksonville ,lut u (l W:80 a. m. Friday, tho Jewish Center, which was wit(la v ()f Shabuoth, in the Temple, nessed by a large congregation. Rabbi Israel L K P'an conducted The II o,...„;,.., the services. Tampa Notes Mr. and Mrs. William Bass celebrated the bris of their son, Theodore, at St. Joseph's Hospital last Sunday morning. Mrs. I. I.iebman and Mrs. I. Segall assisted the host in serving. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Steinberg announce the engagement of their daughter, Florence Ann, to Adolph Weil, jr., of Tampa, formerly of Jacksonville. The wedding will lake place in August. Miss Steinberg, who was born in New York City, has lived in Tampa since infancy. She graduated from Plant High school and the Florida Slate College for Women, where she was a member of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority. Mi. Weil, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Weil of Jacksonville, is a native of that city. After attending Jacksonville schools, he entered Florida Military academy, where he was a member of Phi Tau Phi fraternity. He is secretary of the Y. M. II. A., the Merry Fellows Club, Schaarai Zedek congregation and B'nai B'rith. He is a member of Weil and Son Insurance company. confirmands were: Bernice Berkowitz, Minnie Peinberg, Irene Kristle, Paul Weiss, Raymond Cohen, Meyer Proctor and Abe Spiwak. Moderation in Legislation Those of us who were fortunate enough to have acquainted ourselves with the principles of the Jewish faith have always been impressed with the ever present and underlying principle of "moderation." That single thought has ever been zealously guarded by our sages, particularly in the creation of our great body of fundamental laws and later decisions. We wonder whether this same principle, so zealously guarded by our great law givers of the past, might not be equally observed bv our Senators and Congressmen in Washconfirmands delivered a short talk Leaders of the Young Men's Heington. Why is it that with the least bit of pressure they no! w hlch together presented a brief brow Association of Jacksonville longer are representative of the great mass of the people outline of Jewish history. p i an j nim( ( ij a t e steps toward laywho sent them to Washington. Why is it that no matter what EXTREME LEGISLATION is urged upon them, THEY DISREGARD the welfare of the very people who elected them and succumb to the wiles of the glib tongued. We cannot help but condemn the action of the Florida Senators, Messrs. Fletcher and Trammell, in their vote on the Kayburn-Wheeler bill. Stamped as outrageous, unquestionably depreciating and perhaps destroying the investments of the great mass of the people, including countless thouConfirmation was held at 10 a. m. Sunday for the following: Harold Bloom, Robert Coleman, Harriet C. Jacobson, Hazel F. Levy, The opening prayer was delivLucile E I-PPnn, Hannah L. Lasered by Raymond Cohen and the arow > Sldne y La*OW, Dorothy closing prayer by Meyer Proctor. Isaac Irvin Sablow, Edward WilThe flower offering was given by kin80n Adeline Wood. Bernice Berkowitz. Each of the The Center choir rendered Beving the foundation for the coneral musical selections. Mrs. Berte Btruction in the near future of a Long, contralto, greeted the conj new and modern building to house firmandwith the hymn, "Blessed their organization, it was anBe Ye Who Come in the Name of j nounced recently, following a meetilie Lord." ing at which they discussed future Rabbi Morris D. Margolis con-j activities. ducted an especially arranged serv-1 i t j s the plan of the organizaice for the occasion and delivered i t j on to dispose of the present home Miss Ethel Haimovitz was honor guest at a surprise party given at her home, foliowing her graduation at Plant High school last week. Dancing was enjoyed until a late hour, when a buffet supper was served. Over twenty-five friends of the honoree attended. Mrs. Ben Haimovitz is in Syracuse, N. Y., attending the graduation of her oldest daughter, Florence, from Syracuse University. Miss Tillye Simovitz, bride-elect, was entertained at a bridge party given by her cousin, Miss Lucille Rosenberg, last week at her home. sands of widows and orphans, banks and insurance compathe confirmation message, which „ f „„. association on West Duval nies. this Rayburn-Wheeler bill is passed by the Senate dewas concluded with the blessing gt ami erect anew structure. spite the pleas of millions of Americans against its passage, j of the confirmands. Max Rubin, > Among those participating in t Fml Soforenko, A. Miss Mildred Simovitz entertained last Sunday afternoon at bridge at the Floridan Hotel in honor of her sister, Miss Tillye Simovitz, whose marriage took place last Sunday. Bridge games were played. Ing companies. It is but another project to destroy capital %  and injure business. Certainly there are utility holding companies that have not played fair with the public, but is that not also Irue of other businesses? Is their complete destruction, regardless of effects upon others, the remedy? Or is moderation along the lines of proper governmental regulation the proper course to take? We respectfully submit that the good old and time-worn principle of "moderation" as tested by our faith[these thousands of years is the ONLY PRINCIPLE THAT CAN BE I'KOPERLY FOLLOWED. It is not yet too late. Our Congressmen should be told in words unmistakable that they Were sent to Washington to represent their constituents; "MODERATION" should be their guiding pwapfe %  %  nothing else. THIS PERNICIOUS HILL SHOULD I1L 0\ hiiWHKLMINGLY DEFEATED. P. Carnto and others. Harry Sachs, chairman of the board and finance Miss Emily Bloom, bride-elect, committee, presided. Education and Judaism "Thank heavens, that's over with" is an expression uttered with great gusto during the past week by MyjJJJera, fathers and Rabbis throughout the country. OI course, they refer to the confirmation exercises during wheh the youth of our communities have paraded down the awies o [he Synagogue with doting parents and fond relatives IOOK %  nu on. f K And we cannot help but agree with the Rabbi who frank>> admitted that his pupils were "confirmed in their IJ. was complimented recently with a bridge party by Mrs. M. Marco,: and her daughter, Miss Annette \l rco. Sharing in the honors for the evening was Miss Goldie Lewinsky o. Key West, house guest if Miss Marco. Miss Bloom was presented with a table lamp by the hostesses as a memento of the charming occasion, and Miss Lewinsky was the recipient of a lovely handkerchief. A delicious salad course with a chilled drink was served on the card tables by the hostesses, late in I lie evening, assisted by Mrs. H. Bloom. A large number of members and friends attended the last regular meeting of the season of the Daughters of Israel in the Jewish Center, with Mrs. Joseph Hackel presiding. After a short business meeting the organization entertained members and their friends at a complimentary dessert bridge. Individual tables were arranged for ards and a delicious ice course was served. Various activities for the summer were mapped out. Final plans Mrs. S. Sokoloff, Mrs. M. Kaufman and Mrs. J. Granet of New York City attended the wedding of Miss Tillye Simovitz to Larry Waltzer, which took place last Sunday evening. for the annual children's p'eniCi An impressive event of Sunday which will take place on June 12 was the wedding of Miss Betty at Huhin's camp, were discussed. Gottlieb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Ethel Joel was in charge J. Gottlieb of Baltimore to Samof arrangements. the Hebrew, let alone understand it. Though some are paraded as Cantors and others as Rabbis, their ignorance is but too apparent. May we suggest that now, when business has somewhat ebbed, our parents take stock of their children. Let them Miss Tillye Simovitz entertained the members of her wedding party at a buffet supper Thursday night. The members of the Rodoph Sholom Choir were presented with gifts by Mr. David Stein at services Friday night, in appreciation of their services. Members of the choir are Roy Jenkins, Sam Verkauf, Sam Abramovitz, Milton Bokor, Finest Weber and Sol Outerman. Miss Florence Abramovitz, Miss Beck Buchman, Miss Vickie Boiler, Miss Pearl Buchman, Miss Esther Jenkins, Miss Helen Aronovitz, Miss Toby Katz and Miss Dena Peckett. The M. J. M. Club is spending a week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Haimovitz at Clearwater Beach. Their chaperon is Mrs. Morris Bennett. Members of the club are the lea Shirley Essrig, Sallye Finman, Hose Perettzman, Esther Jenkins, Toby Katz, Dena Peckett, Mickey Lubetsky, Helen Aronovits, Florence Abramovitz and Ethel Haimovitz.



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THR JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, June 14. Mr. ..• • %  : %  Mi Paul. :. of AaheN. C 7 it tl %  j: 9 ;. • '-. % %  %  .Philip and ] net Aj I Mn H. P -. Dina, :'. Tampa. m m Sew officers of I %  A i i; .:':"..-. at tin* of the rI last W : %  ---E. A. I A B of the rjar. _-.:;.affairs u • j [ i ird of direct S %  ; : %  %  • ... I ti ft t tion j Be will spend ; .-. Be for a i %  i i ic Aff I ft I nary a: .. it .;:'I the In%  %  %  7: %  ii cat* : Hoi ar tMMu li hek foi --. purpoj .. Bal airman :: ui f I %  T -'• i a --..-• % %  %  MRISID R FINE Uorti aapter. U %  • %  Df New Nellv Dons have just arrived! Pick ad choose from shadow; laces, from fine batistes, crisp nets and soft Miiles take a cue from Nelly Don and ld ot the Ra an ai Ray U. Shochet, :' the later life of Cantor Boris -ang a liturgical wai greatly apThen Stanley Tannen:z. Ronald Harold BerG enl erg renciples of inded b; the Ramsined its meaning to lews A ; .ar. selection by I thei followed. The • s of ii enunam, was then rrence Feinberg y ar. :her vocal I SchlachMorah is ] bilosophic work ;i t, who was fol. with ". %  :: m the same .. %  il ideals set Mr. Max brief he was foil wed by -; kl briefly and presented gifts to the Sunday school faculty, i nsistiiu of the Misses Sarah Shochet, Rose Berkowitz, Gladys Greenberg and Gertrude Rappaport on behalf 0 f the Ladies' Auxiliary. Mr. Joseph Greenberg then told of the work of the Talmud Torah ami Sunday school and presented awards for scholarship in the Talmui Torah to Oscar Rappaport, Martin Green!>erg, Harold Berkowitz, Lawrence Feinberg and Shirley Guenberg. Awards of medals for scholarship in the Sunday school were announced as having been won by Esther V. Shochet, Mildred Berekowitz, Ray U. Shochet, Stanley Tannenbaum, Stanley Scher, Nathan Mayerowitz, Marcia Hair:-. Phyllis Shulman and Ronald Mann. This was followed by the presentation of a gift on behalf of the Sunday school faculty and the children of the Talmud Turah and Sunday school to Rabbi Julius Washer by a committee of the pupils consisting of Mildred Berkowitz, Ray U. Shochet and Esther V. Shochet. Then Rabbi Washer was presented with the gift of a beautiful wrist watch from the members of the board of directors of the congregation. An address by Rabbi Washer then followed and the suggestion offered by him that in the interests of Jewish education a public joint examination of the pupils of all Talmud Torahl be held to stimulate the interest of the general community. Phyllis Shulman then pronounced the benediction, which was followed by the ringing of the Hatikvo. The children then marched out while the recessional was played. Refreshments were then served by a committee of the congregation and the -' Auxiliary. Ask for NEW YORK BREAD At All Good Stores %  BIWn >H"F-?. [ Ta* B*t in Groceries. Meats. Fruits nd Vegetables



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Friday, June 14, 1935 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Thi' engWJWWnt of Miss Tillye |., n ger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Predinger of this city, t0 Mr. 1'aul Lubin of Yonkers, N. j announced this week. Mr. Lubin is a graduate of the Uniof New York and is conwith the internal revenue depaiunent. Miss Predinger is a native Floridian, her parents being long time residents and workers of this area. She is a graduate of the Miami High school and is an accomplished musician. She is an active member of the Junior Council of Jewish Women. The wedding fwill be an event of next month. • Mitchell Magid has just arrived from Gainesville, where he has completed his second year in coland will spend the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Magid. • following an experience of more than seventeen years in the stationery and office supply business in New York, Mr. Herman Barnett opened the Barnett Stationery Store in the Seybold Arcade this week with a complete line of stationery, office and printing sup-' plies. He will specialize in supj plying Jewish printing, such as Bar Hitzva and similar invitations. In Far Rockaway Mr. Barnett was exceptionally active in the communal life of Jewry, serving as secretary of the Kockaway division of the American Jewish Congress, secre-1 tary of the Men's Club of Cong. Shaarey Tfiloh, director of the Hej brew Infants and Kindergarten ] Home and numerous other Jewish \ organizations. An invitation is exj tended to the Jewish public to visit the new store. The Ladies' Auxiliary t of the Jewish Welfare Bureau is sponsoring a luncheon at the Southern Cafeteria today from 11 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. to raise funds for its welfare work. Half of the proceeds of the luncheon will be given to the organization. The public is urged to attend. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation is sponsoring a benefit bridge on Sunday evening, June 23, at the home of Mrs. H. Traeger, 1001 S. W. 15th ave., with Mrs. Max Mintzer as the hostess. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. The public is invited to attend. • M Ksther Rosengarten, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Rosengarten, left last Saturday by Clyde Line lit relatives and friends in cticut and New York. She will return in about four weeks. • • The recently organized Junior %  H. A., formed through the combination of the former Boys' Division and Girls' Division of the v ." is sponsoring a shipwreck dance Sunday evening, June 23rd. This affair will bring the club's membership drive to a climax. The dance will be free to members and all persons who sign up for membership at the door. The Junior Division of the Y. M. White Oak Leather HALF SOLES 50c LADIES' HEELS 15c Atlantic Shoe Shop 210 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortez Hotel H. A. is an organization for Jewish boys and girls between the ages of 16 and 19. Meetings are held every Tuesday evening at 8:30 in the clubhouse, 1507 S. W. 5th st. All Interested in joining are urged to visit at any time they wish. Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob Congregation will leave Sunday morning for a six weeks' vacation. He will go to Montgomery, Ala., where his parents in law will celebrate their twenty-filth wedding anniversary June 17th. Following a short stay in Montgomery, he will go to Denver, Col., to visit his parents, Rabbi and .Mrs. H. E. Rosenbloom. He will take part in the ceremonies celebrating the fiftieth anniversary in the Rabbinate of his father. • • Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the Bris Milah of the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Zussman Lubel at the Good Samaritan Hospital, West Palm Beach, last Wednesday morning. Mr. Abram Jacobs of Miami was "Sandik" for his great-grandson. Mr. W. Clein of Miami was also in attendance. Jack Wucher, popular Miami merchant, is now managing the beautiful Fifth Avenue Hotel at 709 Fifth ave., West, in Hendersonville, N. C. Situated in close proximity to several lakes known for fine bathing, it is also close to the Crystal Spring and Lenox Park Mineral Spring, known f or their curative values. To insure strict kashrus Mr. I. Markowitz, mashviach of the Floridian Hotel durinp the past winter, has been named mashgiach and placed in charge. Exceptionally reasonable rates will be charged and an invitation is extended to all Floridians to visit this beautiful place. • The eighth annual installation of officers of the Miami unit of Junior Hadassah took place at a banquet Wednesday at the Everglades Hotel. The theme was carried out along the Palestinian lines and embraced the four phases of Junior Hadassa h—Meier Shefyah, Jewish national fund, nurses' training school and Pardesa Anna. Mrs. S. II. I.utsky presided as master of ceremonies, and the program included vocal selections by Mrs. Rosemary Cerson Klempter and piano numbers by Miss Doris Cromer. Committee in charge of arrangements includes Miss Beatrice Goldenblank, chairman; Mrs. Murry Grossman, Miss Marion Blank and Miss Annette Wechsler. Mrs. Isaac Levin and her children, Robert and Dorothy, left for Page Five a summer in Maryland and Virginia. Robert will enter Georgia School of Technology in Atlanta in the fall. Mr. Levin will motor north to join his family later in the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Wolf son and Mr. and Mrs, Albert Bernstein flew to Havana Wednesday and will spend several days in that city before continuing their journey by plane to Merida, Mexico. They will spend three days visiting the Mayan ruins and will then fly to Mexico City to attend the Rotary International convention and will retur to Miami by plane. • • • Miss Helen Greenwald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenwald, became the bride Sunday night of Charles Cromer, staff writer of the Miami Herald. The ceremony was performed by j Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Congregation at the home of the bride. Miss Peggy Greenwald, the bride's sister, was maid of honor, and Harold Cromer, Mr. Cromer's brother, was best man. Mrs. KUa Cromer and Mrs. Greenwald, mothers of the couple, and Jasper Cromer. another brother of the bridegroom, were in attendance. The ceremony took place under a white silk canopy decorated with roses and fern and held by four friends of Mr. Cromer, Meyer Schwartz, Sol Kotfort, Manny Weinkle and Harry Oliphant. A reception followed the ceremony in the Greenwald residence. A large wedding cake decorated the dining room table. • + Miss Evelyn Marks, who recently was graduated from Miami High school, was given a surprise birthday anniversary party Friday at her home. A buffet supper was served. • • Friday services begin at 7 p. m. Saturday morning services begin at 18:80, when Eddie Ginsburg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ginsburg, will be Bar Mitzva. He will recite the Haftoro and speak in English. Rabbi Rosenbloom wil deliver a brief address to the Bar Mitzva boy, following which Mr. Philip Liberman will present the Bar Mitzva with his certificate. The parents will be hosts at a Kiddush to the worshipers following the services. Three supreme figures of screen, stage and vaudeville are brought together in "The Little Colonel," which starts Sunday at the Tivoli Theatre. They are Shirley Temple, Lionel Barrymore and Bill Robinson. In "The Little Colonel" Robinson plays the part of an obdurate Kentucky colonel, estranged from his daughter, who elopes with a Yankee. The disinherited daughter goes with her husband to the Indian frontier, where their daughter becomes the honorary colonel of a regiment. Later, in the duel of a golden-locked colonel of five, and a crusty colonel of fifty, the youngster sends her battery of charm against the oldster. Others in the cast of this De Sylva production are Evelyn Venable, John Lodge and Sidney Blackmer. Part of the picture is filmed in glowing technicolor. starred. The picture is "One More Spring," and starts Sunday at the Seventh Avenue Theatre. Janet Gaynor has a deeply emotional role as a courageous girl alone in the world, and Warner Baxter is the romantic adventurer who clings to the right to dream. Advance ri>perts hail the performances of these stars as extraordinary and memorable. The talented supporting cast is composed of Walter King, Jane Harwell, Roger Imhof, Grant Mitchell, Rosemary Ames, John Qualen, Nick Foran and Astrid Allwyn. English Jew Gives $1,250,000 to London Hospital London—M. Mcyerstein, Jewish philanthropist, brought his total donations to the non-Jewish Middlesex Hospital up to $1,250,000 with a new contribution of $250,000. •8 .Movie lovers will delight in the announcement that the team of Cteen lovers, Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell, are again coBring Your Films to Us for Printing and Developing Have Your Fish Catch Photographed WE SPECIALIZE IN MARINE PHOTOGRAPHY AMBULANCE SERVICE AHERN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHERN, Pres. 1349 West Flagler Street Telephone 2-2211 Beers Photo Co. 212 N. E. Fourth St. PHONES: 2-9311 2-9829 2-4034 GLASS-MIRRORSPAINTS! BINSWANGER & CO. 1206-16 N. 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wJewish Floridian % :ombini ing THE JEWISH UNITY FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY Ul. N.P. 21 '"AMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE II, 1935 Price Five Ccnti (Retailers Must Chesed Shel Ernes Obtain Permits Holds Banquet \ : tions for state permits to I n the business of Belling lanythin;; at retail can be secured [at the iffice of this newspaper, IfnMii anj of the banks or the tax IcolU'i-t" next Monday, June 17th. Isciiat"Bill No. 724 requires all who sell anything at rejtail 1" secure a permit before July |l,aml the Jewish Floridian is glad |to co-operate with the local merIchants and the state in making available these applications. Un|dir pi' • % %  isions of the act persons lulling' at retail without a permit (after July 1 will be guilty of a Imisdemeanor. Senate Mill No. 724 also provides Ithat all persons who sell anything [at retail shall pay a license tax [from $10 to $40 plus a percentage [of gross receipts ranging from lone-half of one per cent to five i, dependent on the numI -tores owned by any indiI roup of individuals. Only %  nit must be secured before Ijuly l ami the application must be [accompanied by a permit fee of 50 %  cents. The license scale under this act i aa follows: Subdivision A Class l--Upon one store, the flat sum of $10. Class 2—Upon chains pf mure than one, but not more khan three stores, the flat sum of 15(1 for each said store. Class 3— L'pon chains of more than three, but no) more than six stores, the I i of $100 for each said More, (lass 4—Upon chains of in six, but not more than the flat sum of $200 I aid stoic Class 6—Upon chains of more than ten, but not i an fifteen stores, the flat fum of ?:S00 for each said store. Upon chains of more than fifteen res. the flat sum of $400 | lid store. Subdivision B Class l--Upon one store, also hnam mt equal to one-half of one I of the gross receipts from '• as defined in this act. f I pon chains of more than f n

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