The Jewish Floridian
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Title: The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description: 63 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla
Creation Date: April 26, 1929
Publication Date: -1990
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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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"'wSeder i

Ptiion An
rate Event

'Wt which was In*
il .who werdgt'O
f..e in the vUes
B..eth David, Mon-
.wihen the Chili
ibr was celebrated.
, and lade'nJith il
fruits, nutf, Pass-
, pnd other goodies,
I win Fr.r each, and
iycolored eOg nad
h t plat of each
fe seated more than
El and sixty children
talmud Torah and
school of Beth David.
Mitzva Boys Break-
'a din chargeof the
tangrmnts and saw
4ihld was well taken

Israel Weisfeld
at the -head. table
ttfig together wite
i 3Ir. endel Rippa
;i: the Executive

SWest Palm
aded a delMgs.
n frqm Temple
y SebooLo
oams opened
ed eipanation
on oEth0 var-
t 1e Seder, fol-
:idu h was
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We aie out a little alr than aum because ofa Piaover
falling on Tiursday and Fidy of thi Since we believe
finprctElcng w ht we pr.e we ierutoi advance the date
of issuanejust oneday tlB*" ekc as. aps theobservance
of Passover. :

Of curse, it means a finandal since the usual ad.
vertiser does not furnish hid eapy u t rday'. We don't
mind it, and with your help, Good R Mr. Advertipet we
will make it up. .. i.w
SPassover is a grand and glorious affair. Wecelebrate, have a
good time, and forget our daily woes inethe celebration of the
great Feast of Freedom.
Even a newspaper Editet ad publisher wants to celebrate
onegf in while and especially with 'lay Usc" (never mind the
Hagoda) and "Yayin" decorating the fw p e board *on Seder
night. Seven if we weren't so ood as soe people think we are
it wonlda't belosslble for as to resist temptation to play
ookifro *ok W*e4-set, it ornit's quite
"hnokey" fros wotk. fWere a nsetined to do our
share in taMi g care of the goo es e it or not, it's quite
am udertaking, es.e 'two Sederis.

n* tdia ous nner, not just toeing the

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s Emuatf Chapter
teO Cl t Iixitiates Ciass

Bible Class -of Iet I
which hae just is
first of the B.five J i 1..

T Eiunah Chapter of
the 0. E S held one of the
larget initiatons in its his-
tory, last ThXrsday when it
initiated one of the/larget
class candidates aine. it
rec vedte s-hrter.
Mr ske Brown and, Mr.
Isidoe Caben made the ad-.

Arwnted t r.a Mrs.
Jak w ft oir their - le-
fiderica rendered 'oa the

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New Building
to Be Dedicated
On MayFiftt
The Beth David Talmud To-

rah which is completed ex-
cept for a few minor details
will be formally inaugurated
on Sunday, Dedember 5th, be-
bihning with the formal d-
dicatory service's and cere- |
monies at 6 p. 4., All the
guests will gather in the Sy-
-nisgogue adjoining the new e
Talmud Torah Building and
will then proceed to the new
Biailding. 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 bf the Building open |
to all. After the inspection
there wilt be the formal ds -
dicatory dinner at which only
invited guests who have we
ceived tickets will be permit
ted to attend. At the dinner
the Building will be- for ty
presented 'to the. eo.gregac,.
tion by theBihf
tee, after which there *11 be
address by tRabbi Idrasl I.,tS
Weisfeld one of the prime -
movers in the erection of the
new building, several out o if
town speakers and some of
the officer. A musiaa pr-
gram has lBo been arranged
The children of the Sunday
School and Talmud Torai are
preparing to take part in hke a '
Already the Sundiay~,gho "
children are raising funds
the purchase of a radio
victrola for thenew Auit
i .ahich they wfl
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By The JewiA Floridian PublMhing Coma y

302 S. W 4th Ave. Phone 8 41




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
t- stronger throughout the ages
S and remaining a decided fac-
S tor in the affairs of the world.
S And yet . . we often
wonder, are we really free?
Are we entitled to celebrate
S and commemorate the great
feast of Liberation?
Are we free? Are we not
enmeshed, bound, fettered
andgaggel in all Xur inner-
l" ', most spiritual aspirations by
the fear of what the neit fel-
low will say? Do we not blind-
ly follow the dictates of every-
thing that is contrary to
what we really and deep down
S in our hearts desire and crave
for, simply because of our so
cial aspirations?
S Freedom is a peculiar term.
indeed. Are we enjoying free-
dom when we ride around in
our splendid autos, go to the
SSymphony concert, attend the
Civic Theatre, merely because
our neighbor does it? Is the
Jew enjoying his freedom
when. because our neighbor
S does it? Is the Jew enjoying
his freedom when instead of
taking advantage of his right
to practice his own faith and
belief in his own way, he apes
S 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
Pa. old timer? Is it, if you
please, freedom, when one
who denounces everything in
the Orthodox Jewish belief as
sual tious, and then when
hefI. Kaddish to recite, or
. Yabit to observe;'steal into
Sthe O-tfodJMiyfa. 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 "Tehillirp" 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 on, 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-
tend that these individuals
who fear to practice what
they believe in, who conscien-
tiously know they are strang-
ers in their pursuits in alien
fields, who are afraid to as-
sert their own religious con-
victions and practice them,
are not liberated, ARE NOT
FREE. If ever the Jew was a
slave, these Jews who are
afraid to practice that which
they believe, are slaves in the
fullest sense of the word. For
these Jews, we submit, Pass-
over was not proclaimed.
May the lesson of Passover
be ever present in the minds
of 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 passage 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
physical y at least mentally
and in prauctie0D


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This faimn- were 1dOwni in tw Bed Sea
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SPassover and Freedom

Passover is the Festival of
Spring. Its human appeal,
therefore, is as old as human-
ity, and as perennial as
Spring. But it is an historical
festival-Israel's birthday-
as the annual commemoration
of an event which has chang-
ed the destinies of mankind
that it proclaims the man-re-
deeming truth, God is the God
of Freedom.Even as in Egypt
He espoused the cause of
brick-making helots against
the mighty royal oppressor,
He for 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 liberty.
J. H. Hertz, 1918


God of Might,
God of Right,
Thee we give all
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
SWEry proud,
;-: y tynr a ij.iA o
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Fair is the twilight,
Ad 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
Of liberty brings;
Scattering blessings
Of peace from his wings.
P. M. Raskin.

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.

Ethyl-What a lovely fur
coat you have on. Your hus-
band must have a better job
Methyl-No, 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 the
early bird. He's the worm.

Scotchman's lament: That
nature did not provide a wart
on the backs of necks for use
in buttoning collars to.

Economy: Cutting down on
the grocery bill and spending
$3,000 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 see the girls
in tights? Yep! But that was
in a town where they didn't
have these new-fangled bath-
ing suits the femmes are
wearing this season.
Just why a pretty woman
picks an ugly man for a hus-
band has never been explain-
ed and never will be explain-
ed.-How about the man-
thats the last word in neat-
ness, that marries a woman
that wears her nose crooked
and her face so shiny it looks
like she had purposely polish-
ed it?
What gets our goat is to
see a woman on the street on
a cold day in a georgette
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 eyen the most ex-
perienced physician keeps on
Girl * ss
Girls wear socks now just
the same as the men-only
they cost more.
One thing, you don't have
to send cuffs and collars to
the laundry these days.
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Now and then you
a girl clerk who is
But one thing cert
girl at the p erm y z
has plenty of scents.
We know a foxy miir
Her name is Mabel
She sticks a.feather ina
And marks it forty
'I met r prettyna
in Egypt last sprln
when I tried to flirt
she gave me a cold
"Oh I see-she gav
an Egyptian frieze fort

"What Is a cynic, di
"A cynic, my child is ai
who has been kickedi l
by some woman that h it
to kick the 'whole wot

"Gee--how did you gl
cess to the-boss' private
fice? Nobody..le M
to without a
"Oh, I took. a bagrof
sticks in with me."
"They say the next
be fought ih hem
"Shux--wh' don't
ahead and fight it w I
ber cheese?"''
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named t ,
As thin a Ai oiled ul
But one~ ifrnce
Though Wres

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death for
imrai h
and soaked iJr f he lu

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to get fin

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Figures ptl.d ii
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white color .chem'
decoratioQin an
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re prizes
.to Mrs J. Mu
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J.OUi5 Aeisan
as given to I
Shayne and J.

idal party was c
rs. Sol Lutsky,
r; Miss M4n
Sof h6nor; 'L
best 1an; att
J., N orris,
Shayne, Mrs.
Miss F
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Miriam Scheinb
ris, William, Sha
Abess, Max G
N.on Kanner and
e ohy will t
nday evening, J
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H. Weisfeld
SA reeption will

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Wudeesday. May I,
the, Pasqover hoW
ion will be held at
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. Mr 'ecbhwrt, Mr. and
'. Mrs. Lear and ,ee, Se-:
f gall.
Y ,?n. Rubin .is a gruat#
:'t.o; he Beth-David R1lIgous
SSchq 6t which, lber father
f was for ma years a mem-
ber of Its Executive Board
-" and Treasurer.
n M, i Leona Rothstein, who
I- 4hask be the guest of her sis-
t tereiandT ,brother-in4w, Mr.
n and Mrs. Louis Kotkin, left
k recently for New York, where
e she will remains a few months
d before returning to her home
in Detroit.



Mn, Miss Veeda Wolf was guest
rold- of honor at a kitchen shower
- given Sunday afternoon by
qrs. Miss Ida Weingarten. Other
N. guests of honor were Miss
Pauline Forman..of Jackson-
;om- vile, Miss Rose Furman of
ma- Macon and MS BerNnice Gold-
!tla berg of Gastonia, N. C.
ouis Tabe golf was played and
end- Miss4Francis Groff wop first
Mrs. prize while the consolation
Ger- prize was awarded' to Miss
'aye Gertrude Huebeb.; Guest
lue- primes were. presented to Miss
erg, Bose Levion of n apon, Ga.,
yne. and Miss Bernice Goldberg of
old- Gastonia, N. C.
Joe A sweet tabe buffet had
been prepared for thegu
take which was greatly enjoyed by
une them.
Big" Other guests were Miss
otel. Norma Wolf, Miss Sylvia
wil Katz, Miss Sari uLev Miss
fol- Sally Kurman, .Mis Lia To-
bin, Mis ~anei Gross, Miss
Fay Wen~ltub, Miss Esther
has Weintraub, Miss Sylvia Soil,.
,om Miss Dora Bosenhoute, Miss
fol- Reg ieQ GstaI Mis Ruth
ibe- K~1ar6a. Mha Rit&a an,

the Schwart. ,MiM Adie Ross,
Miss Rose Marks, Miss Evie
Marks, Miat Vio4 Katz,-Mis.
re.- Iprer3e '., Iee
of Qp H

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Miss MlHMeut Rob, tw
Rtbif, of 128 8. W. .ISO

sea, Mass., at their home 19k)
S. W. 5th St. Pris- i
awarded to the highest .
er -at' each table. Refe
mWts were served at late

Among those prese .e"e:
Mr. and Mra. Henry Bergfad
daughter, Mr. and Mrs -
ton Weiner, Mr. and rd' P.
Smith of Pittshbugh, .iand
Mr. and Mrs. Lichtensteib.;
One of the most beautiful
oCreom.ies witnesedss We

Mt,-s'e M.t An,,Jr,-
Rubi, 928 W t.,
when the thfrt bro:zv ar-
riMdd the WIS tbe
uiptials of S bIn of
Joan a CIty'Tan.t.a tiss
E4htI CGunu, fcrinut$
S nn idarle -ad
now of this City..
Rabb Is ael. of.
m which w*'e -

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wnd ManM e'L eo, hftb5
'and Mrs. Jacqb I Kaplan, Mr11
and- Mrs. L lentz, Mr. iiL ad
Mrb. Sydney W.eintraubr MyKr1
M. Burstein and Mrs.
mo f, South Afrie-, Mra d
Mrs. HermaRn.Rubi, Mr.. and
Mr..Wln. Ruhin Mr. and ldr;.
Adler, Mr. M. B. Hernma, Mr,.
Harry I. Lipnitz, Pan yge
Hikaeh, Mr. Lau bi
She'rr, Mr.
Mr. And 'Mrs. ti rttn ee
M. and Mrs. I. Wolkowak,
Mr. George Koppelman, Miss
Rose Atkins, and Fiancee.

Seymnour RaLbn the son Is
Mdr, and Mrs. Morris Rui-.
ceabrated hisU tet birthday
on Wednesday aght with tz
party attenMdedby. a lwjj
number of hki ekM.t. Ga '::
wee playedMand B sefrihm L
mints were served. "

Mrs. N. Weingarten of Nf
York, a winter resident of
ami, entertained a number
fAbria at bI e thee oir
r. dagal r of ibi; a4 Nni U rght ather hone in Sheni
ad" be Debut at a fPty last We0 k.- P&dOaL- Priaze w awca"ir
to tethethests cnar ikte *.1 ?
ed as CppId acted as the ring tabMr. ~A:m = i "
bearer, The parents of the wm r. (metl r a
briddoo, Mr. and Mrs. Ja- a a. A o :u ti "
cob Robn, and Mrs. M. Bur- h. Max 4t
stein* of Cape own, South md, -th I
Africa, acted as the "Uter- Smith. .
fihver.'" At a l aite r undVuets ,
Te4 bri e wore a wed~Ing amreo I,
gown of prfk chiffon wIth a .,
veil to aatch and carried a Mr and *.lair i
pink satin Bible, trimmed aenterAad m id 'Zo
with' range blossoms. afe inhmr, 4 2I
Inp.ediatly after the cre- goesatsdl of al
mony the lar sat down tf- Letaw, ttheA Nki aut
dinner, wfIg d been pre- vid ivossio f
pared br t Mrt hm, Ala. S The 51
of the N If Retaurant = At b ere. withUM their Bw
the dinner .tai Mr. .Sawa.m o9 and w ill .
Simonbf4 on4 of the Promi- .k-W ,,
nent' Jow k embah se of the n
Florida-' B a cted as ti. ~ and
mater and ~cqaed upon, a *Mrl, *dI
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"Twin Beds" at the Flager
theatre this week, in this re-
viewer's opinion, is the best
comedy the Burton-Garrett
players have presented this
Season. It is a bedroom farce
much better than the average
"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 delicate
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 Moriti 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 background 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 fist
curtain to the last It is not
oftea play is presented that
so much real humor-
a so many "situations."
J. S. L. (Reprint from Miami


I I cant is a foolish expres-
'Tis really a coward's con-
SSomehow or other it always
comes back
Stealing the good thing we
already lack,
Bring ing us nothing but
trouble and care,
Leaving us hopelessly sunk
is despair,
But there's never a day
When the world can say
That a man's not a man if he

"I will" is a wonderful bess-
A heart full of courage ex-

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over Recipes for which w
have received quite a bit -
commedation We a er
hope our readers will emj

AhMad Puddin
Mr Se lkeM

3 tablespoon Matzo Mea
3 cups (1 Ib.) blanched am
chopped almonds, 11-2 cp
sugar, 1 teaspoon innamo
1 lemon, grted rind only,
Beat the eggs for twenty
minutes until very lightthe
add sugar gadualy. Add al
monds, meal, nnamon m
lemon and mix together
Bake in greased shaDow pan
and serve coldwith any desr
e dsauce over it. Bake fm
about one hour at 300 to 821


moderate oven and serve at
once with any desired sauce.
Carrot Pudding

Mrs. M. Greenberg

l 2 tablespoons matzo meal,
S11-2 cups sugar, 8 eggs, 11-2
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
I together grated carrots, meal,
d and potato flour, then stir in-
s, to egg mixture. Add almonds,
, lemon, wine and lastly fold in
8 stiffly beaten egg whites.
Bake in well buttered, floured
y and sugared form for 11-4
a hours in a slow oven.



Vegetale Ctlets

Mrs. Harry Frem
2 beets, 2 carrots, 1 parsm-
nip, 1 medium sized sweet
potato, 1 medium sized Irish
potato, 4 pieces celery, 1
onion, 3 eggs, 11-2 cups Mt-
zo meal 11-2 teaspoons salt,
1-2 teaspoon pepper, 1 lemon,
-2 cups cooked tomatoes, 4
tablespoons sugar.
eel vegetables and pt
mall rounds, as you would
potato cakes. Put in skillet
and brown in hot fat. When
through a meat grinder. Add
sat, pepper, meal and beaten
eggs, mixing well. Form into
browned on both sides, re-
move to a baking dish; pou
over them the tomatoes, sea-
soned with sugar and lemon
juice. Bake in a moderate ov-
en for 1-2 hour.

Matl Schalet

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Mrs A.uBAl

3 Manchewits MatOas, 1
tablespoon fat, 1 teaspoon
salt, 8 eggs, 1 lemon, Joice
and grated rind; 1 cup sugar
Soak mat"se until soft,
then press out exes water.
Stir soft Matoa with fat and
salt until it looks like a mass
of cream, then gradually add
the yolks of eight eggs, lemon
rin and nice and. the sugar.
Lwaty fold in the stiffly best-
en egg white and pit into a
well nrmmd pudding dih.
Bake r one half hour in a

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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-
mise-singled it out, as the
Rabbins tell us in hyperboli-
cal language, from the days
of creation 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, fpr
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 that righteousness and
justice are the foundation of
My throne, the principles on
which I govern My world.
This night shall show to all
coming generations that it is
only the fool who says in his
heart' There is no God'; that
the earthly despot who pur-
sues his career of cruelty,
thinking that he has only his
victims' tears to reckon with,
is deluding himself to his own
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
a 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 one
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, 1893.

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-
Morris Joseph, 1903

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r for Sus 'i b m and they
.took i in t;irs to br Pathe.
it tran- Thee .obvoua k wasn't "any,
SasWa Mrn. took to.' it .
been a Now Mrs. Leilpe loved old
woman Susan, and she had a tender
her n rega tford all h6r children
n .on he in their degrees. Yet she de-
al. s d Join termied-f hte to put it so
e daughter callously-to get rid of them.
as in service; Even if the League of' Na-.
th. her mistress tions stepped in. And Bridget
forces. Now Mra. gave up Meical Comedy for
trai' widow, dis- Grand Opera, about this
.pained sort of time, too. I grieve to think
sel--a great that that gave the last blow
vputh. Susan's, to Mrs. Levine's sense of hos-
4awaR ju s6ev.- pitality. ,
square, and it as How- then to get- ril of
)le bhow e manag-, them? So much eaier said
to those coloas- than done. She ,,uddenly ap,
1' upatctip in peared one morning and said
"ijne tispapers. He she and her children Mad all
Sidsrius r at H got appendicitis, thinking it
etius at it. an infectious disease. But
et, Mrs. Levine that did'nt. frighten them.
-qIte ..violently. Then she wept and bade the
her hair in curling children weep in, sympathy,
i, andsang se- And the O'Hallorans. who
bi Mdsircal. Co- were really very gentle heart-
I So Mrs. ed folk, all wept too. But that
gent little soul. didn't golve .the problem
endugh courage to eher.Th it as at Mr.
o usan that she Finberg, the lodger at Mis.
rtod her rom Cohen's house opposite, came
Susa was shock- to the rescue. Clever little
'. u utiof man was'Mr Finberg. Any-
wskiunin' meself to.
si i e thing he didn't know about
VbWsty^.r: es, cbemas;nd' electric lighting.
t, e and wireless wasn't worth
St onght ye'd have knowing. He got to work, at
yertefirst slowly-.e-w-e l y.
ani d ... First he. adOpted the me-
r children honored .device of t "g'I a
$ng^^up &d' bless thread.round an .iptY bobin
ta e be contained in a j box
ostuiatedl Mrs. L- an ajitating
a h~irrlnd con- Levine"s': -
S5ts t0h t~OIlor ian mO
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the O Hal or i f
strange gleasm dIa i.
out actoes their r o a
heard hlarse l ed
voices proliePi dkLA nt
was too sutih ;- ThenI
an there, shiefi G~ t; woonbwi
moaning '1%Theit The
Banshee!" thdy gathered up
their properties and lefled
with tottprng, knaec ut.of
Mrs. Levine's house. Bitt
Street has not seeit thet
again. And- Suan Was the
most efficient flrd-goyah in
all that neighborhood. 0, it's
a sad tale l
But I wish it ended here It
doesn't. The point is, said
Mrs. Feitl~etone, "you can't
start pl.ain' about mit no
ghosts .r you don't, klowq .vyt
a messa-mesheenah vlj droq
on you, you don't.The 'ii
dressing fact is that wh6n Mr,
Finbeig dismantled his w- .
less installation and system
of. mirror the lights wnt
on dancing and voices kept on
whispering in Mrs. Levine'
house all night long. And if
you still blame Mr. Finbek"
for it, it went on long after1
-he, too, had set out br Azeth
ica. Apd if you qu oabt ni
word, or Mrs. Feitlesione'
rather, Just go. and spend i
night in 14 Bitt j Street. foi
-yourself, and thet see "hat
happens. ,
:, Poor Mrs Lvine7 SSeh
left the house ages ago. A.d
though the housing prqiW
is mao w autain vtlaat diiAtq
of 'Doomington than ny
where else, it', still as 'ptt
as a tob,' and likely tr
main. so. r. Finbrg
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SOh, Florida, pearl of the
SNatio Pl
Precious Gem with your
setting of .gold,
The choicest of all the crea-
SWith your wonderful glor-
Sies untold.
Then hark to the Mocking
Bird singihg!
Oh list to his beautiful lay'
The woods with his music is
SAs it will forever and aye.

I sing of your wonderful
Of your limpid lakes scat-
treed about.
Of your beautiful beaches the
tourists .
Have come far to wander
I sing of your beautiful
Of your beautiful health-
Sgiving all
SOf your beautiful wonderful
S songsters
That make the whole year
so fair.

No snows ever bliit your
- fair glory.
No cold winter comes to us
The tropical trees and the
Have naught of their ter-
ror to fear.

So, Hats off,,to glorious, :
May she ever reign queer
o our hearts !' .
As the' priceless Pearl'of the
S TNaUori .
Let us set here forever
w . !.._.. _.. a-- due".:.
We Svedwllw I, Drivwsy
1745 SW. .7th Street

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A klh blWtp4; traveling
salesman was recently speed-
ing merrily along a country
highway when he caught up
with a party of children on
their way to school. He stop-
ped and askej them if they
cared to ride. For an answer
they piled into his Ford until
it was so completely filled
with wriggling youngsters
that one little girl had to sit
on the driver's lap. She Was a
plump little thing and the
driver cuddled her close to
keep her away from the
steering wheel. "Do you like
-to go to school?" he asked
"Yes, sir," she said.
"Do you go every day?'
"I 'haven't missed a day
this year," the little girl re-
plied. -
"Good little girl," remark-
ed the driver, kissing her
soft cheek. "Do ydu like your
teacher ?"
"Yes, sir," said, the girl,
"I'm the teacher."

And the Ford darn
went into the ditch!


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Beth Davl
Passover Services; will, be-
: ,gin promptly at 7 p. m. on
S Wednesday evening, imme-
diately after the Mineha 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.
ThPassover Services will
be conducted by Rabbi Israel
H. Weisfeld, assisted by Mr.
Wroobel who will act as Can-

On Thursday and Friday
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
eir departed are requested
to send thqnmal of those to
be rememberedlB the qon-
gregation not late than Tues-
OI day morning.

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Temple s dael
Sunset Wdned wi
mark the beginning 4ithe
celebration of;the P, er,
the Feast of n
and services will b1 h sat
Temple Israel at 6 p. m-ter
a short service, seder di
will be served in KaphibhalL
Following this the children of
the seventh grade wflfl pre-
sent a play, "The Silveryiap.'
Thursday services wfllbe
held at 11 a. m, when Rabbi
Kaplan will lecture on "Eter-
nal Vigilance."

Beth Jacob, MiamiBeach
The Passover services will
be conducted by Mr. Sam
Gi ttman and 'rill 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
dhy of Passover.


VIENNA, April 24.-A dis
patch to the Neue Freie Presse
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-
rant was demolished.

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atemebiles which we iad planej to sel tnh teerimte. 'he bmrbis have -
sme and well have thL s . We eant lfld to kep them aDl am-
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Sisterhood to
Hold Luncheon
On 'T'uepday, 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.

Phone 6901

All who desire the names
of their departed to be re-
membered at the
YIZKOR (Memorial)
Thursday, May 2nd, 9 A. M.
To please notify the office
in writing giving Hebrew
Names where possible.



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