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

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wJewisti Floridian
m. ILNO. XVIII.
MIAMI, FLORIDA, APRIL 26, 1929
Price 5 Cents
HILDREN OBSERVE SEDER
llildren's Seder
'lebration An
llaborate Event
At
event which was in-
fer to all who were pre-
ook place in the vestry
of Beth David, Mon-
kight, when the Chil-
H seder was celebrated.
Jlong tables beautifully
Btted, and laden with all
of fruits, nuts, Pass-
cakes and other goodies,
is of wine for each, and
lutifully colored egg nad
i ^> at the plate of each
y were seated more than
^dred and sixty children
ke Talmud Torah and
m School of Beth David.
Jar Mitzva Boys Break-
Hllub was in charge of the
Kg arrangments and saw
Bach child was well taken
"of.
jbi Israel H. Weisfeld
led at the head table
sitting together with
trere Mr. Mendel Rippa
senting the Executive
of Beth David and Mrs.
ie Feuer representing
Sisterhood, and Mrs. M.
febnick of West Palm
who headed a delega-
bf children from Temple
[El Sunday School.
ceremonies opened
a detailed explanation
lemonstration of the var-
[steps in the Seder, fol-
which Kiddush was
ted by Al. Mack of the
lud Torah. Joe Schwartz
[recited the "Ho Lachmo"
Bbrew and translated im-
itely into English. He
followed by Charles Adel-
who repeated the four
kions, first in Hebrew and
in English. Then Isaac
jn gave a detailed ex-
ktion of the answers to
[uestions. The Rabbi then
eded to tell the story of
>ver. The four sons were
represented by Arthur
Frederick K. Shochet,
tin Wucher and Louis
ier who first told the
in Hebrew and then
ited in English. There af-
Haggodo was inter-
Bd until the blessings
recited in unison and the
fco broken and eaten by
child. The blessing over
vine was then said by all
Ithe wine enjoyed. Then
[feast began. During the
the "Addir Hu" and
id Gadyo" were sung by
Ichidren. Mrs. Cohen on
ilf of the Sisterhood and
[Shochet on behalf of the
jregation said a few
s to the children, follow-
vhich Mrs. Schrebnick of
Palm Beach made a
idid address which was
, applauded. The final
sing of "Boray Nafoshos"
r^
GUT YOM TOV!
We are out a little ealier than usual because of Passover
falling on Thursday and Friday of this week. Since we believe
in practicing what we preach, we wereforced to advance the date
of issuance just one day this week so as to allow us the observance
of Passover.
Of course, it means a financial sacrifice since the usual ad-
vertiser does not furnish his copy until Thursday. We don't
mind it, and with your help, Good Reader, and Mr. Advertiser we
will make it up.
Passover is a grand and glorious affair. Wecelebrate, have a
good time, and forget our daily woes in the celebration of the
great Feast of Freedom.
Even a newspaper Editor and publisher wants to celebrate
once in a while and especially with "knaydlach" (never mind the
Hagoda) and "Yayin" decorating the festive board on Seder
night. So even if we weren't so good as some people think we are
it wouldn't be possible for us to resist the tempation to play
"hookey" from work. We're all set and determined to do our
share in taking care of the goodies and believe it or not, it's quite
an undertaking, especially since we celebrate two Seders.
So here's asking your forgiveness if we are not just toeing the
mork this week in our usual manner, be good and
HOT'S ALLEMEN A FROELICHEN AND KOSHEREN
PESACH!
^
#
Jewish Children
Are Excused For
Pesach Holidays
By special arrangement
with the office of the Super-
intendent of Public Education
jfor Dade County, made by
Rabbi Israel Israel H. Weis-
feld of Beth David, all Jewish
children attending the elem-
entary, Junior and Senior
High Schools will be excused
for absence from school be-
cause of the Passover Holi-
days which will fall on Thurs-
day and Friday of this week
and Wednesday and Thursday
of next week. The children
will not have these days
counted against their marks
for "exemption" from tests,
but will simply tell the teach-
ers that they have been ab-
sent from school because of
Passover.
Bible Class
to Celebrate
was then recited by all, Miss
Gertrude Rappaport leading.
The Hatikvo was sung and
then the Girl Scouts sang
taps and the party was over.
Quite a number of the par-
ents were present and were
seated on long benches along
the walls but were not per-"
mitted to sit at the tables as
those were Exclusively reser-
Bible Class of Beth David
which has just finished the
first of the five Books of
Moses, Genesis, is to celebrate
its completion by a dinner and
old fashioned "SIYOM" on
Thursday evening, May 2nd,
1929, at 8 p. m., in the audi-
torium of the Talmud Torah
Building on N. W. 3rd ave.,
when a number of prominent
citizens will speak and dinner
will be served. There will be
no charges made nor any col-
lections taken. Among the
guest speakers will be Rabbi
Israel H. Weisfeld of Beth
David, and Mr. Isidor Cohen.
Mr. John Wolf the president
of the Bible Class will preside.
There will be an elaborate
musical program.
ved for the children.
Among those who worked
hard to help make the affair a
success were Mrs. J. Engler,
Mrs. Herbert Scheer, Mrs. J.
Louis Shochet, Mrs. Fried-
man,
The purpose of the Seder
was to instruct the children
in the methods of conducting
a Seder and the significance
of one.
Kmunah Chapter
Initiates Class
The Emunah Chapter of
the O. E. S held one of the
largest initiations in its his-
tory, last Thursday when it
initiated one of the largest
classes of candidates since it
received its charter.
Mr. Jake Brown and Mr.
Isidore Cohen made the ad-
dresses of the evening.
A sterling silver water set
was presented to Mr. and Mrs.
Jake Brown for their splen-
did services rendered to the
Chapter.
After the initiation a buf-
fet luncheon was served to
the members and their guests,
in the banquet hall of the
Scottish Rite Temple.
Sunday School
to Hold Picnic
The Temple Israel Sunday
School will celebrate at a pic-
nic to be held on Sunday, June
2nd., at the Las Olas Casino,
Fort Lauderdale. A number of
athletic contests have been ar-
ranged for children of all ages
who will attend. The arrange-
ments are in charge of Mrs. I.
L. Seligman
New Building
to Be Dedicated
On May Fifth
The Beth David Talmud To-
rah which is completed ex-
cept for a few minor details
will be formally inaugurated
on Sunday, December 5th, be-
ginning with the formal de-
dicatory services and cere-
monies at 6 p. m. All the
guests will gather in the Sy-
nagogue adjoining the new
Talmud Torah Building and
will then proceed to the new
Building. With appropriate
prayers the doors of the new
building will be formally
opened with a key specially
prepared for the event. There-
after all will enter the Build-
ing and there will be an in-
spection of the Building open
to all. After the inspection
there will be the formal de-
dicatory dinner at which only
invited guests who have re-
ceived tickets will be permit
ted to attend. At the dinner
the Building will be formally
presented to the Congrega-
tion by the Building Commit-
tee, after which there will be
address by Rabbi Israel H.
Weisfeld one of the prime
movers in the erection of the
new building, several out of
town speakers and some of
the officers. A musical pro-
gram has also been arranged
for.
The children of the Sunday-
School and Talmud Torah are
preparing to take part in the
ceremonies.
Already the Sunday School
children are raising funds for
the purchase of a radio and
victrola for the new Auditor-
ium, which they will present
as their gift to the new build-
ing.
Furnishings of the most
modern type is now being in-
stalled. Full details of the
Dedicatory exercises and the
speakers will be announced in
next week's issue.
Temple Sisterhood
to Choose Officers
The nominating Committee
of the Temple Israel Sister-
hood of which Mrs. Gordon
Davis is Chairman will report
its recommendations at thn
meeting of the Sisterhood
which will be held on May 6th
at Kaplan Hall. The Election
of officers will take place at
this meeting and will be fol-
lowed by the formal installa-
tion at a luncheon at the Col-
umbus Hotel, on May 10th. at
noon. Mrs. Si Mendelson is
Chairman of the committee in
charge of the arrangements,
for the installation luncheon.
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Pace 2
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, April 26,19
1
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
A Weekly Newspaper Published At Miami, Florida
By The Jewish Floridian Publishing Company
302 S. W. 4th Ave.
Phone 8745
EDITORIAL STAFF
J. LOUIS SCHOCHET BEN DOROM
A. CHOCHOM A. N. ASHER
EDITORIAL
ARE WE FREE?
Passover, that great feast
of liberation is once again
with us. Again we are to com-
memorate the great beginn-
ing of the freedom of a peo-
ple destined to become one of
the leading nations of the
world, not in the sense of
great geographical posses-
sions or great armies and
navies, nor even monetarily,
but leading in the spiritual
sense. Being looked up to as
a peculiar race, perhaps, be-
cause of our ability to assim-
ilate and withstand persecu-
tion. Torture, degradations.
massacres and what not and
never the less coming back
stronger throughout the a
and remaining a decided fac-
tor in the affairs of the work'..
And yet.....we often
wonder." are we really free'.'
Are we entitled to celebrate
and commemorate the great
feast of Liberation?
Are we free'.1 Are we not
enmeshed, bound, fettered
gagged in all t>ur inner-
most spiritual aspirations by
the fear f what the next fel-
will say'.' Do we not blind-
How th<
thin] that is < ntrary -
:: ir 1
r so
cial as] ati is .'
Freedom is a p< rm.
Are we enjoying fi
we ride around in
1 r splendid aul s,
Svm] ncert, att< ad the
1 itre, merely b< cause
I
Jew ei I his fr< edom
our neighbor
it? I> the Jew enjoying
freedom when instead
ing advantage of his right
to practice his own faith and
ef in his own way. he a] -
the next chap and stays away
from his Synagogue and Tem-
ple, becomes estranged from
everything Jewish ? Is it free-
dom when he is afraid to buy
Kosher meats or observe the
Sabbath simply because a
neighbor of his may call him
an old timer? Is it. if you
please, freedom, when one
who denounces everything in
the Orthodox Jewish belief as
superstitious, and then when
he has Kaddish to recite, or
Yahzeit to observe, steal into
the Orthodox Minyan by the
back door, stand in the back
and thinking no one sees him
quietly recites the Kaddish. Is
it freedom, when these same
people who scoff at those who
honestly profess and practice
the age old traditional Juda-
ism, make fun of all their
rites, come into the same Shul
and going up to the Shammos
ask that "Tehillim" be recited
for the recovery of some one
who is ill? Is it freedom when
down deep in their own hearts
they want and realize the ab-
solute necessity for Talmud
Torah. and yet are afraid to
come out and work for one or
contribute to one simply be-
cause they find it more fash-
ionable to support Symphony
Orchestras? Is it freedom, to
refuse to support your own
charities. Talmud Torahs and
Sisterhoods, and yet go out
to gather funds to present
automobiles to well known
personages simply because of
the social advantages one may
perhaps attain that way?
We most respectfully con-
I that these individuals
fear to practice what
they believe in. who conseien-
sly know they are stra
ers in their pursuits in alien
Is, who are afraid to as-
sert their own religious con-
and practice them.
- d. ARE NOT
FREE. If ever the Jew was a
?lave, these Jews who are
ractice that which
e, are slaves in the
full, st sense of the word. For
.bus. we submit. Pass-
over was not proclaimed.
May the lesson of Passover
jver present in the minds
: these Jews who knowing
themselves fear to recognize
themselves. Let them leave
the land of bondage, even
though it be only mental! And
to that greatest of blessings.
KNOW THYSELF" let there
be practiced a still greater
one. "BE THYSELF."
And let these same Jews
repea tto themselves one of
the most beautiful and signif-
icant passages in the Seder
Service: "Hashato Avday.
leshono habo'oh bnai chorin."
"this year we are slaves, but
next year may we be free in
the land of Israel"; if not
physically at least mentally
and in practice.
THE SEDER
THE RED SEA
Precious and historic mem-
ories revolve about this fam-
ily scenethe children turn-
ing to the parents for counsel
and teaching, and parents
bringing God and the recog-
nition of His wonderful lead-
ing unto their children.
Stephen S. Wise.
When the Egyptian hosts
were drowning in the Red Sea
the angels in Heaven were a-
bout to break forth in songs
of jubilation. But the Holy
One, blessed be He, silenced
them with the words: 'My
creatures are perishing, and
ye are ready to sing!'
Talmud.
THE SEDER
Fair is the twilight.
And fragrant and still:
Little by little
The synagogues fill.
One by one kindle
The night's gleaming eyes
Candles in windows
And stars in the skies.
Ended in Shool is
The service divine:
Seder is started
With legends and wine.
Father is blessing
The night of all nights:
All who are hungry
To feast he invites.
'All who are homeless
Yet masters shall be,
Slaves who are this year-
The next shall be free!'
Children ask 'questions'.
And father replies;
Playfully sparkle
The wine and the eyes
Hymns of redemption
All merrily sing;
Queen is each mother,
Each father a king.
Midnight. The Seder
Is come to an end:
Guardian angels
From heaven descend
Each one a message
I if liberty brings:
S attering blessings
Of peace from his wings.
P. M. Raskin.
Passover and Freedom
Passover is the Festival of
S] ring. Its human appeal,
re, is as old as human-
ity, and as perennial as
--. But it is an historical
festivalIsra.-'.'s birthday
as annual comment oral
vent which has chang-
d destinies of mankind
proclaims the man-re-
truth. God is the God
of Freedom.Even as in Egypt
He espoused the cause of
brick-making helots a::.:: si
the mighty royal oppres.-nr.
He : "ever judgeth the world
in righteousness, and the peo-
ples with equity. There is an
overruling Providence that
exalts righteousness and free-
dom and humbles the Domin-
ion of iniquity and oppression.
This teaching has been as a
light unto the nations of the
Western world in their weary.
age-long warfare for libertv.
J. H. Hertz. 1918
ADDIR HI"
God of Might.
God of Right.
Thee we give all glory.
Thine the praise
In our days
As in ages hoary.
When we hear.
Year by year.
Our redemption's story.
Now as erst.
When Thou first
Mad'st the proclamation,
Warning loud
Ev'ry proud,
Ev'ry tyrant nation.
We Thy fame
Still proclaim,
God of our salavtion.
G. Gottheil.
00*
SAY*
Measured by the results of
his activities many a man
who goes to the office on
every working day is on much
less than a five-day week.
*
EthylWhat a lovely fur
coat you have on. Your hus-
band must have a better job
now.
MethylNo. I have a bet
ter husband now.
*
A man who gets up at 5 or
6 in the morning doesn't want
to brag to me that he's th
early bird. He's the worm.
*
Scotchman's lament: That
nature did not provide a wait
on the backs of necks for use
in buttoning collars to.
*
Economy: Cutting down on
: grocery bill and spending
$3,.....I for a new sedan that
outshine's the neighbor's.

Do you remember the old
days when you used to go to
the- circus just to sec the girls
in tights'.' Yep! But that wa-
in a town where they didn't
have these new-fangled bath-
ing suits the femmes an
aring this season.

Just why a pretty woman
picks an ugly man for a hus-
d has never been explain-
and never will be explain-
ed.How about the n
that's the last word m neat-
ness, that marries a womai
that wears her nose crodked
and her face so shiny it looks
like she had purposely polish-
ed it?

What gets our goat is t 1
see a woman on the street on
a cold day in a georg'
crepe waist and furpiece
hanging by ac hain half off
her shoulders, and thus doing
her no more good than the ex-
kaiser is doing Holland.
Now did he really see an
old-fashioned woman wearing
a "waist" or is the para-
grapher old-fashioned enough
to call whatever it was she
did have on a "waist."

Odd. but even the most ex-
perienced physician keeps on
practicing.

Girls wear socks now just
the same as the menonlv
they cost more.

One thing, you don't have
to send cuffs and collars to
the laundry these davs.

Even if you are mean
enough to call girls small po-
tatoes, remember thev are
ones.
Now and then you will t
a girl clerk who is frivola
But one thing certain:
girl at the perfumery count]
has plenty of scents.

We know a foxy milliner--
Her name is Mabel
Sollars
She sticks a feather in a 1
And marks it forty doll

"I met a pretty native J
in Egypt last spring,
when I tried to flirt with:
she gave me a cold stare."
"Oh I seeshe gave yi
an Egyptian frieze for sow
nir."

"What is a cynic, dad?"
"A cynic, my child is a 1
who has been kicked so
by some woman that he si
to kick the whole world
return."

"Geehow did you git i
cess to the boss' private
f ice ? Nobody else seems aa
to without a special appoifl
ment."
"Oh. I took a bag of
sticks in with me."

"They say the next war|
night with chemicals."
"Shuxwhy don't they
ahead and fight it with 1
cheese?"

There was a young womai|
named Ella
As thin as a rolled umbreli
But one difference existei
Though you wrested and
twisted
You never could shut up tel
Ella.
*
Texas man was tried im
two crimes and convicted. Til
judge gave him a sentence J
death for one crime andtfl
imprisonment for the othflj
and saked him if he had am

thing to say. and he djl
"Wat I want to know, judi
is which sentence am I goa
to get first?"
*
A big sedan parked in foi
of a humble home may mi
that the owner has a debt!
his hands he is unlikely I
pay.

Fashionable Chicago theJj
crowd saw a man's throaty
something that W** 1
even in the third act of ^
play.

Many fat people who]
trying to reduce no doubt J
lieve in the old adage. "* 'I
horse for long race."

"Late to bed, late to rial
radio fan with sleepy ev*l


April 26, 1929
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page
SOCIETY
Ks Martha Scheinberg,
will be an event of
entertained Thursday
Big at her home in S. W.
~h avenue with a bridge
Jin honor of members of
redding party.
|igs of lilies of the val-
jid ferns were used in
fltions, and a novel^brid-
jcession was carried out
3mall figures placed in
on the dining table. A
and white color scheme
Led in decorations and
ihments.
;h score prizes were
.ed to Mrs. J. Morris,
L. Heiman, Max Gold*
and Louis Heiman. Con-
ion was given to Mrs.
m Shayne and J. N.
gis
|e bridal party was com-
jf Mrs. Sol Lutsky, ma-
;of honor; Miss Marcella
i, maid of honor; Louis
,n, best man; attend-
Mrs. J. N. Morris, Mrs.
m Shayne, Mrs. Ger-
Sherman, Miss Faye
rtraub, Miss Gertie Hue-
JMiss Miriam Scheinberg.
I Morris, William Shayne.
,rd Abess, Max Gold-
[ Aaron Kanner and Joe
Jnberg.
ceremony will take
Sunday evening, June
at 8 o'clock in the Bis-
Je room, Columbus Hotel.
A Israel H. Weisfeld will
late. A reception will fol-
iendship League has
oned its meeting from
Wednesday to the fol-
g Wednesday, May 1, be-
of the Passover holiday,
feession will be held at the
ar Hotel.
is Millicent Rubin re-
a large number of
s at her party Sunday
|ing at the home of her
ts, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
In in Shenandoah. Miss
in was attractively attir-
, an imported model of
d chiffon. A buffet sup-
as served and an orches-
rnished music for danc-
on the terrace where
colored lights hung in
ers.
ests included: Miss Au-
Moss, Miss Marion Hol-
>r, Miss Ruth Schwartz,
Dorothy Roth, Miss Min-
Blanch, Miss Gertrude-
Miss Louise Deitz, Miss
i Farr, Miss Helen Wol-
Miss Bernice Goldberg,
Rose Fierman, Miss
Rosenhouse, Miss Bessie
inick, Miss Gertrude
sch, Miss Irene Farr,
Fay Weintraub, Miss
fcthy Cohen, Miss Beatrice
enblanck, Miss Toots
Bs, Phil Farr, Lou Riskin,
Her Walder, Clarence Fur-
Ipietor Rubin, Max Gold-
k, Harold Oram, Harry
hian, Brick Miller, Sam
t, Herbert Katz, Joe Ship-
Ed Cohen, Max Hotsberg,
Williams, Jack Daly, Nat
taer, Harold Farkan,
Bnie Greenfield, Eaul
Jfer, Jerry Cohen, Ship
en, Al Cohen, Munro Kap-
Mrs. Joe Schwartz, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Lear and Joe Se-
gall.
Miss Rubin is a graduat.1
of the Beth David Religious-
School of which her father
was for many years a mem-
ber of its Executive Board
and Treasurer.
Miss Leona Rothstein, who
has been the guest of her sis-
ter and brother-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Kotkin, left
recently for New York, where
she will remain- a few months
before returning to her homo
in Detroit.
Miss Veeda Wolf was guest
of honor at a kitchen shower
given Sunday afternoon by
Miss Ida Weingarten. Other
guests of honor were Miss
Pauline Furman of Jackson-
ville, Miss Rose Furman of
Macon and Miss Bernice Gold-
berg of Gastonia, N. C.
Table golf was played and
Miss Francis Groff won first
prize while the consolation
prize was awarded to Miss
Gertrude Huebsch. Guest
prizes were presented to Miss
Rose Levinson of Macon, Ga.,
and Miss Bernice Goldberg of
Gastonia, N. C.
A sweet table buffet had
been prepared for the gu
which was greatly enjoyed by
them.
Other guests were Miss
Norma Wolf, Miss Sylvia
Katz, Miss Sari Levin, Miss
Sally Kurman, Miss Lila To-
bin, Miss Francis Gross, Miss
Fay Weintraub, Miss Esther
Weintraub, Miss Sylvia Soil,
Miss Dora Rosenhouse, Miss
Reggie Goldstein, Miss Ruth
Kaplan, Miss Rita Gordan,
Miss Ida Schwartz, Miss Ruth
Schwartz, Miss Adie Ross,
Miss Rose Marks, Miss Evie
Marks, Miss Viola Katz, Miss
Florence Alpert, Miss Helen
Wolpert, Miss Florence Bes-
venick, Miss Marcella Seiden,
Miss Martha Scheinberg, Miss
Ruth Frankenstein, Miss Til-
lie Predinger, Miss Gertrude
Herbush, Mrs. Al Goshen,
Mrs. Sid Avner, Mrs. Lou
Baron, Mrs. A. Weise, Mrs.
Lou Heiman, Mrs. Frank
Quittner, Mrs. Sue Schacter,
Mrs. Herbert Sepler, Mrs. Joe
Schwartz and Mrs. Jack Lear.
Miss Wolf is engaged to
marry Mr. Jasper Cromer, of
this City.
The prospective bride-
groom is connected with Jules
Clothing Company and has
been a resident of Miami for
the past five years. Miss
Wolf is secretary to Abe
Aronovitz and is a graduate
of Miami High School.
The marriage is to take
place at the Biscayne Masonic
Hall, on Sunday, June 9th.
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld is to
officiate.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis A.
Bloomfield entertained at
bridge honoring their house
guest Mrs. I. Cassell, of Chel-
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Miss Millicent Rubin, the popular daughter of Mr. ad Mrs. Morris
Rubin, of 1928 S. W. 13th St., Who Made her Debut at a Party last Week.
sea, Mass., at their home 1520
S. W. 5th St. Prizes were
awarded to the highest scor-
er at each table. Refresh-
ments were served at a late
hour.
Among those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Berg and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mil-
ton Weiner, Mr. and Mrs. P.
Smith of Pittsburgh, Pa., and
Mr. and Mrs. Lichtenstein.
One of the most beautiful
ceremonies witnessed in re-
cent years in Miami took
place last Sunday night at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Rubin, 926 N. W. 5th St.,
when the third brother mar-
ried the third sister at the
nuptials of Sol Rubin now of
Johnson City, Tenn., to Miss
Esther Cohen, formerly of
Savannah and Charleston and
now of this City.
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld of
Beth David officiated at the
wedding which was solemniz-
ed in the traditional Jewish
manner. The attendants were
Mrs. Harry Rubin as Matron
of Honor and Mr. Harry Ru-
bin as best man. Master
Charles Rubin, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Rubin, attir-
ed as Cupid acted as the ring
bearer. The parents of the
bridegroom Mr. and Mrs. Ja-
cob Rubin, and Mrs. M. Bur-
stein- of Cage Town, South
Africa acted as the "Unter-
fihrer."
The bride wore a wedding
gown of pink chiffon with a
veil to match and carried a
pink satin Bible, trimmed
with orange blossoms.
Immediately after the cere-
mony the guests sat down to-
dinner, which had been pre-
pared by Mr. Morton Fagan.
of the Palatial Restaurant. At
the dinner table Mr. Samuel
Simonhoff one of the Promi-
nent Jewish members of the
Florida Bar acted as toast-
master and called upon a
number of the guests to
speak. Rabbi Israel H. Weis-
feld, Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan,
Dr. M. D. Kirsch, Dr. Max
Dobrin, Mrs. M. D. Kirsch, M.
B. Herman, Mrs. Max Dobrin,
Mr. Isidore Cohen were
among those who spoke and
congratulated the couple.
Among those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rubin,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rubin,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin,
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Dr. and Mrs. Max Dobr.n, Dr.
and Mrs. Max Ghertler, Dr.
and Mrs. M. D. Kirsch, Mr.
and Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Rabbi
and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mr.
and Mrs. L. Zeientz, Mr. and
Mrs. Sydney Weintraub, Mr.
M. Burstein and Mrs. Solo-
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Mrs. Herman Rubin, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Rubin Mr. and Mrs.
Adler, Mr. M. B. Herman, Mr.
Harry I. Lipnitz, Miss Fannye
Hirsch, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Scherr, Mr. Morris Lefkowitz.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Trattner,
Mr. and Mrs. I. Wolkowsky,
Mr. George Koppelman, Miss
Rose Atkins and Fiancee.
Seymour Rubin the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin
celebrated his tenth birthday
on Wednesday night with a
party attended by a large
number of his chums. Games
were played and then refresh-
ments were served.
Mrs. M. Weingarten of New
York, a winter resident of Mi-
ami, entertained a number of
friends at bridge the other
night at her home in Shen-
andoah. Prizes were awarded
to the highest scorer at each
table. Among those present
were Dr. Ghertler, Dr. and
Mrs. S. Aronowitz, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Blumanthal, Mr.
and Mrs. Grad, Mrs. and Miss
Smith.
At a late hour refreshments
were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Beskind.
entertained Tuesday night at
bridge in honor of their house
guests of Mr. and Mrs. David
Letaw, the Mr. and Mrs. Da
vid Silverstein of Birming-
ham, Ala. The Silversteins are
here with their two young
sons and will remain for a
short while.
Among those present were
Dr. and Mrs. S. Aronowitz,
Mr. and Mrs. R. Wolpert, Dr.
Max Ghertler, Mr. and Mr.*.
David Letaw, Mr. B. L. Letaw
of Birmingham. Prizes were
awarded at each table, and
refreshments were served
during the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. David Letaw
will entertain Thursday even-
ing at a bridge party in honor
of their house guests Mr. and
Mrs. David Silverstein of Bir-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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26, %l

:: Things
THEATRICAL
"Twin Beds" at the Flagler
theatre this week, in this re-
viewer's opinion, is the best
comedy the Burton-Garrett
players have presented thi.<
season. It is a bedroom farce
much better than the average
comedy.
"Twin Beds" has more than
amusing situations. These
alone would probably have
carried the place to success
by virtue of their novelty, the
rapidity of their development
and naturalness. In addition
to all this, it posses fine char-
acterization, with delicat..-
feeling which pops out when
least expected.
Bob Burton takes the part
of Signor Monti, the philand-
ering operatic tenor whose
slangy, cabaret singing wife
is aware of his "wandering
affections." The characteriza-
tion of Signor Monti is Bur-
ton's best this season. Grace
Leith as his wife, gives her
usual smooth performance,
and Marjorie Garrett as the
wife of the tired business
man, (Milo Boulton) provides
th ebackground for much of
the humor and most of the
complications, all of which
rise from her decision to ac-
quire twin beds.
The "situations are well
built up, and the audience
opening night fairly roared
with laughter from the first
curtain to the last. It is not
often a play is presented that
offers so much real humor
and so many "situations."
J. S. L. (Reprint from Miami
Herald.)
WHEN A MANS
A MAN
"I can't is a foolish expres-
sion
Tis really a coward's con-
fession.
Somehow or other it always
comes back
Stealing the good things we
already lack,
Bringing us nothing but
trouble and care,
Leaving us hopelessly sunk
in despair,
But there's never a day
When the world can say
That a man's not a man if he
dare!
"I will" is a wonderful bless-
ing,
A heart full of courage ex-
pressing.
Somehow or other it brings
us success,
Fills us with joy that we
cannot repress,
Gladdens our friends, makes
their burdens more
light,
Places a star in our crown
every night,
For there's never a day
When the world can say
That a man's not a man if
he'll fight!
After listening to jazz we
wonder where melody is hid-
ing out.
Fauorite Recipes |
We are today publishing a
few more of the favorite Pass-
over Recipes for which we
have received quite a bit of
commendation. We sincerely
hope our readers will enjoy
these:
Almond Pudding
by
Mrs M. Scheinberg
3 tablespoons Matzo Meal,
3 cups (1 lb.) blanched and
chopped almonds, 11-2 cups
sugar, 1 teaspoon cinnamon,
1 lemon, grated rind only, 8
eggs.
Beat the eggs for twenty
minutes until very light, then
add sugar gradually. Add al-
monds, meal, cinnamon and
lemon and mix together.
Bake in greased shallow pans
and serve cold with any desir-
e dsauce over it. Bake for
about one hour at 300 to 325
degrees.
moderate oven and serve at
once with any desired sauce.
Vegetable Cutlets
by
Mrs. Harry Freeman
2 beets, 2 carrots, 1 pars-
nip, 1 medium sized sweet
potato, 1 medium sized Irish
potato, 4 pieces celery, 1
onion, 3 eggs, 1 1-2 cups Mat-
zo meal, 1 1-2 teaspoons salt,
1-2 teaspoon pepper, 1 lemon,
2 cups cooked tomatoes, 4
tablespoons sugar.
Peel vegetables and put
small rounds, as you would
potato cakes. Put in skillet
and brown in hot fat. When
through a meat grinder. Add
salt, pepper, meal and beaten
eggs, mixing well. Form into
browned on both sides, re-
move to a baking dish; pour
over them the tomatoes, sea-
soned with sugar and lemon
juice. Bake in a moderate ov-
en for 1-2 hour.
Matzo Schalet
by
Mrs. M. Small
3 Manischewitz Matzos, 1
tablespoon fat, 1 teaspoon
salt, 8 eggs, 1 lemon, juice
and grated rind; 1 cup sugar
sifted.
Soak matzos until soft,
then press out excess water.
Stir soft Matzos with fat and
salt until it looks like a mass
of cream, then gradually add
the yolks of eight eggs, lemon
rind and juice and the sugar.
Lastly fold in the stiffly beat-
en egg whites and put into a
well greased pudding dish.
Bake for one half hour in a
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2 tablespoons matzo meal,
1 1-2 cups sugar, 8 eggs, 1 1-2
cups grated raw carrots, 1-4
cup potato flour, 1 cup ground
almonds, 1 tablespoon wine,
1-2 lemon, grated rind only.
Beat together the yolks of
eggs and sugar till light. Mix
together grated carrots, meal,
and potato flour, then stir in-
to egg mixture. Add almonds,
lemon, wine and lastly fold in
stiffly beaten egg whites.
Bake in well buttered, floured
and sugared form for 1 1-4
hours in a slow oven.
Friday, April 26Lig|!;
Council of Jewish
Women to ElectB
The Council of Jewish \\M
men will hold the election f,.H
its new officers on May yM
and will at that meeting dKB"
cuss and decide upon a nurr.B i!
thinking that he has only his j,er 0f important recommj"
victims' tears to reckon with, .Jationa prepar ed by its ExeJ
i8 deluding himself to his own ^.^ Board> ^ & meotinKh ,/,
and that righteousness and
justice are the foundation ot
My throne, the principles on
which I govern My world.
This night shall show to all
coming generations that It M
onlv the fool who says inihtt
heart' There is no God ; tnai
the earthly despot who pur-
sues his career of cruelty,
Israel's Watch Night
Israel's great watch-night
dates its origin from the very
Deliverance it was to com-
memorate through all the
coming years. Ah! With
what a delirious impatience
did Phoraoh's slaves await
the midnight hour that was
to be at once the knell of
Egypt's tyranny and the joy-
note that announced their
own freedom! God himself
had singled it out as the time
for fulfilling His ancient pro-
misesingled it out, as the
Rabbins tell us in hyperboli-
cal language, from the days
of citeation itself. Too long
had unrighteousness flourish-
ed. Too long had God seemed
to slumber in His Heaven;
but now He was to show that
theory of the oppressed had
never failed to reach Him, for
accumulated wrongs were to
be redressed by a complete
and unparalleled deliverance.
It was for so signal a vindica-
tion of the Divine justice that
this night was reserved. It
was as though the Supreme
had set His finger upon this
night, in the almanac of Heav-
en, and declared: This shall
witness the long-deferred tri
umph of Right over Might;
this shall tell for all time that
I am the Lord, that I reign,
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And is this truth not worth
treasuring in these latter
days? Often does God seem
to "hide Himself, to have de-
serted earth and shut Him-
self up in Heaven. It is the
souls of the meek and the
faithful from which human-
ity's tears are distilled, from
which the painful chorus of
t world's lament goes up, and
seemingly up in vain. But the
lesson taught to Pharaoh and
to Israel on that awful, that
joyous night of deliverance,
is still a living lesson; not on
jot of its force is abetted, God
neither slumbers nor sleeps.
He watches ever. Not one
sigh passes unrecorded in the
Heavenly Volume.
Morris Joseph, 189IL
The Passover affirms the
great truth that liberty is the
inalienable right of every hu-
man being. The Feast of Is-
rael's freedom, its celebration
is Israel's homage to the
great principle of human free-
dom.
Morris Joseph, 190.'i
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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HOST AT
MRS. LEVINE'S
-cmis Goldring
Bed from Last Week)
-'.We was no hour of the
bbath when Mrs. Levine
hum I have hot water for
e children.
i "i -fcnysteriously it tran-
Hhat Susan was Mrs.
Ban, and had been a
p Bble married woman
- >.' Brations. First her son
appeared on the
lorn Jamaica and join-
Hs. Then her daughter
K who was in service,
led with her mistress
Hied forces. Now Mrs.
ie, who was a widow, dis
I app in a pained sort of
Of Michaela great
pinj'' youth. Susan's
fter all, was just sev-
Ht square, and it was
inconceivable how he manag-
itretch but those colos-
Hb. His occupation was
comparing the racing-tips in
the porting newspapers. He
very industrious at it.
Bridget, Mrs. Levine
disapproved quite violently.
She WDre her hair in curling
^"papers all day, and sang se-
1 lections from Musical Com-
evening. So Mrs. Le-
vin! a gentle little SOUl.
plucked up enough courage to
suggjst to Susan that she
rather warded her room
agaitt. But Susan was shock-
ed ftt the suggestion.
"And me skinnin' meself to
the bone keepin' yer fires
alight on ye. Whisht, Mrs. Le-
vine, an I thought ye'd have
a more grateful tongue to yer
I head."
T11 tell de landlord I van-
"' my OWn room for de children
dat's
h
iinc
owing up, God bless
^Expostulated Mrs. L(
Hiidly.
Mb was a hurried con-
1 among the O'Halloran
}8. Then Bridget came
pmiling an easy smile,
ye're not knowing,"
idget, "that the Par-
has signed a whole
for to prevent wid-
land orphans being
into the world when,
d winds do be howl-
Jjevine made agonized
and discovered that
allorans had all the
of the Legislature at
cks. So she settled
make the best of it.
ere very friendly, the
rans, O very! And
they did forget to re-
he tea they had bor-
from the tea-caddy,
sang her selections
he Quaker Girl" with
mate skill. There were
hen the family enter-
their friends to a little
cowheels and a drop
of stout. And if, on
Bccasions, there wasn't
m for Mrs. Levine in
vine's kitchen, Mich-
Id make up for it by
ing next morning an
! Be certain double for
Ifternoon's races. Mrs.
could quite safely put
shirt on it. There wa3
ce of its going wrong,
her everybody got on
friendliest manner
able,
when Susan's elder
r appeared on the
with a perambulator
i>
> I
or
"8
kLSE
and two babies, and demand-
ed alittle comic relief from
her over-emphatic husband
(he specialized in playfully
throwing chairs at his wife.)
even the demure Mrs. Levine
felt that things had reached
their climax. The new con-
tingent duly took up its abode
in Susan's bedroom and they
took it in turns to breathe.
There obviously wasn't any
room to do it simultaneously.
Now Mrs. Levine loved old
Susan, and she had a tender
regard for all her children
in their degrees. Yet she de-
terminedI hate to put it so
callouslyto get rid of them.
Even if the League of Na-
tions stepped in. And Bridget
gave up Musical Comedy for
Grand Opera, about this
time, too. I grieve to think
that that gave the last blow
to Mrs. Levine's sense of hos-
pitality.
How then to get rid of
them? So much easier said
than done. She suddenly ap-
peared one morning and said
she and her children had all
got appendicitis, thinking it
an infectious disease. But
that did'nt frighten them.
Then she wept and bade the
children weep in sympathy.
And the O'Hallorans. who
were really very gentle heart-
ed folk, all wept too. But that
didn't solve the problem
either. Then it was that Mr.
Finberg, the lodger at Mrs.
Cohen's house opposite, came
to the rescue. Clever little
man was Mr. Finberg. Any-
thing he didn't know about
cinemas and electric lighting
and wireless wasn't worth
knowing. He got to work, at
first slowly; even crudely.
First he adopted the time-
honored device of tying a
thread round an empty bobin
contained in a cardboard box
and agitating it from Mrs.
Levine's room. That under-
mined the O'Hallory morale,
but not seriously. Then he
proceeded nightly to project
phantom flickers from his
own room opposite, into
theirs. Miserable people, they
would come downstairs in the
morning with large shadows
under their eyes and in a
most subdued temper. If Mrs.
Levine enquired what was
wrong, they just bit their lips
and turned away. Apparently
Mr. Finberg did not disdain
even the lantern in the hol-
lowed turnip, which, by a cun-
ning arrangement of refract-
ing mirrors, shed its pale ter-
ror plump upon poor Mich-
ael's face. He gave a sudden
shriek and hid himself in his
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bed-clothes, whence nobody
could remove him all next
day. But the climax came by
means of a wireless installa-
tion. I don't quite know how
he managed it, you must ask
Mrs. Feitlestone. But when
the O'Halloran family saw
strange gleams dart in and
out across their room and
heard hoarse disembodied
voices prophesying doom, it
was too much for them. Then
an there, shivering, swooning,
moaning "The Banshee! The
Banshee!" they gathered up
their properties and defiled
with tottering knees out of
Mrs. Levine's house. Bitt
Street has not seen them
again. And Susan was the
most efficient fire-goyah in
all that neighborhood. O, it's
a sad tale!
But I wish it ended here. It
doesn't. The point is, said
Mrs. Feitlestone, "you can't
start playin' about mit no
ghosts or you don't know vot
a messa-mesheenah vill drop
on you, you don't. The dis-
tressing fact is that when Mr.
Finberg dismantled his wire-
less installation and systems
of mirror the lights went
on dancing and voices kept on
whispering in Mrs. Levine's
house all night long. And if
you still blame Mr. Finberg
for it, it went on long after
he, too, had set out for Amer-
ica. And if you doubt my
word, or Mrs. Feitlestone's
rather, just go and spend a
night in 14 Bitt Street for
yourself, and then see what
happens.
Poor Mrs. Levine, She's
left the house ages ago. And
though the housing problem
is more acute in that district
of Doomington than any-
where else, it's still as empty
as a tomb, and likely to re-
main so. Mr. Finberg was
just a little cleverer than he
suspected, and all night that
ghost still howls and flickers.
Mrs. Feitlestone is going to
draw Sir Oliver Lodge's at-
tention to it, she tells me.
Florida
Oh, Florida, pearl of the
Nation!
Precious Gem with your
setting of gold,
The choicest of all the crea-
tion.
With your wonderful glor-
ies untold.
Then hark to the Mocking
Bird singing!
Oh list to his beautiful lay *
The woods with his music is
ringing,
As it will forever and aye.
1 sing of your wonderful
forests,
Of your limpid lakes scat-
treed about.
Of your beautiful beaches the
tourists
Have come far to wander
about.
I sing of your beautiful
flowers,
Of your beautiful health-
giving ail
Of your beautiful wonderful
songsters
That make the whole year
so fair.
No snows ever blight your
fair glory.
No cold winter comes to us
here.
The tropical trees and the
birdies
Have naught of their ter-
ror to fear.
So, Hats off, to glorious
Florida!
May she ever reign queer
of our hearts!
As the priceless Pearl of the
Nation,
Let us set here forever
apart.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, April 2fi, |
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Temple Israel
Beth David
Passover Services will be-
gin promptly at 7 p. m. on
Wednesday evening, imme-
diately after the Mincha ser-
vices at 6:30.
Thursday and Friday morn-
ing the Passover services will
begin at 9 A. M. and the Sat-
urday services as usual.
The Passover Services will
be conducted by Rabbi Israel
H. Weisfeld, assisted by Mr.
Wroobel who will act as Can-
tor.
On Thursday and Fridaj-
morning the sermons will be
preached by Rabbi Weisfeld,
the subject for Thursday
morning being "Freedom."
The usual Sunday School
will be held Sunday morning.
Tuesday night next, the
last days of Passover will be-
gin with services at 7 p. m.
On Wednesday and Thursday
mornings Rabbi Weisfeld will
preach. Yizkor services will
be held on Thursday morning
and all those who desire the
"Yizkor" to be recited for
their departed are requested
to send the names of those to
be remembered to the Con-
gregation not later than Tues-
day morning.
Sunset Wednesday will
mark the beginning of the
celebration of the Passover,
the Feast of Emancipation,
and services will be held at
Temple Israel at 6 p. m. After
a short service, seder dinner
will be served in Kaplan hall.
Following this the children of
the seventh grade will pre-
sent a play, 'The Silver Cup."
Thursday services will be
held at 11 a. m., when Rabbi
Kaplan will lecture on "Eter-
nal Vigilance."
Beth Jacob, Miami Beach
The Passover services will
be conducted by Mr. Sam
Gulttman and "Will begin at
sunset on Wednesday even-
ing, Thursday, Friday and
Saturday the services will be-
gin promptly at 9 a. m.
Yizkor will be recited next
Thursday, it being the last
dav of Passover.
CHRISTIANS, JEWS
FIGHT: 36 STABBED
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from Lemberg, Poland, today
said 36 students were stabbed
and 17 seriously wounded in
a battle there last night be-
tween Christians and Jews.
Swords, knives and pistols
were used freely, the restau-
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10 P- m.
SALE
OPEN
8 a. in. to
10 p. m.
BEGINS FRIDAY, APRIL 19th
LASTS ONE WEEK ONLY
The eha>nee yoo hare ben svaitinf for to et a guaranteed uaed car for net
(o not hi nii Sprint" haa rome and raiifht ua with about 100 might > food
automobiles which we had planned to sell the touriata. The touriata have
one and we atill have the rara .... We can't afford to keep them all aum-
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quickly as we can. Price no longer matters .... Come and get yours
before aomeone beata you to it. Sale begins today and laata only one week,
providing the cars are not all aold before then.
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NOW UNDER THE NEW MANAGEMENT OF
BEN KAPLAN AND MRS. R. WELLS
(Formerly of the Ambassador Hotel, Fallsburgh, N. Y. and
Grand View Hotel, Hunter, N. Y.)
ANNOUNCES
Strictly Kosher Passover
S-A-D-E-R
For The First Two Nights of Pesach. A Yomtov'dige
Meal Just as Mother Used to Make, at The Low Price
of Only $3.00, including Everything. Special Rates for
Families.
MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW! FHONE MIAMI 9X14
WE WILL SERVE SPECIAL PASSOVER
LUNCHES THE ENTIRE WEEK
Sisterhood to
Hold Luncheon
On Tuesday, May 7th, th
Sisterhood of Beth David will
install its officers headed by
Mrs. Lewis Brown, the re-
cently chosen President, at a
luncheon in the auditorium
of the new Talmud Torah
Building. Quite a large num-
ber of guests have signified
their intention of being pre-
sent to attend the luncheon.
A musical program has been
arranged in which some of
the best musical talent of the
City will take part.
Rabbi Israel H. Weisfeld
will be the main speaker of
the affair.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
REQUESTS
All who desire the names
of their departed to be re-
membered at the
YIZKOR (Memorial)
SERVICE
Thursday. May 2nd. 9 A. M.
To please notify the office
in writing giving Hebrew
Names where possible.
Phone 6901
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