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:
March 20, 1931
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:00108

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Preceded by:
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Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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Miam, Florida, Friday, March 20, 1981


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uncements

MIAMI
ISH ORTHODOX
NGREGATION
-(Orthodox)
5 S. W. 3rd Street
AC M. WAPNER
Rabbi
sual early Friday eve-


vices will begin at
m. with the late ser- Arbeiter Ring
owing at 8:15 p. m. Hear Rabbi
bbi Isaac M. Wapner Hear Rabbi
each on "Slavery-
reedom". This will A very interesting and en-
second of a series of tertaining program has been
dresses leading up to arranged for the Open Forum
r and its significance. sponsored by the Miami
iddish sermon he will Branch of the Arbeiter Ring
Shloshim Yom Kodem next Sunday evening, March
." 22, at 2 p. m. at the Work-
ay morning services!men's Circle hall, 701 N. W.
8:30 a. m. with the Fifth avenue, when "What
n services at 5:80, did the Jewish worker contri-
Shalosh Saudah fol- bute to Judaism" will be dis-
cussed by Rabbi Isaac M.
y school under the Wapner of the Miami Jewish
ip of the Rabbi and Orthodox Congregation, and
is Heiman begins at Dr. Z. Abrams of New York,
.every Sunday and is the Editor of the "Jewish
by assembly at Pulse." Both will speak in
Yiddish and because of the
-I. known ability of both. speak-
SBETH DAVID I era a very interesting and in-
(Conservative) itructive evening is promised.
i. W. Third Avene IThe musical part of the
M. MACHTEI evenings program will fea-
Rabbi ture Martin Chochem, Scan-
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SO'ClOCK service t. U aavian ewiun aruG wnho

and speang from the Jewish Radio our in a
It on timely subjects. program of Jewish folk songs.
Louis Hayman will Admission will be free and no
i congregational sing- collections of any kind will
be taken up or asked for at
services tomorrow this meeting.


will begin at 8
Sunday Scool services
held from 10 to 12 on
morning. Daily ser-!
e held at 8 a. m. and


Jewish Dairy
Opens for Passover


Concert at Beach'
Synagog Sunday
Congregation Beth Jacob
Miami Beach will be the
scene of the first Synagogal
and folk song concert in this
district in which the cantors
of Miami's three Synagogues
will take part. The concert
which is under the direction
of Cantor Boris Schlachman
of the Miami Beach Congre-
gation will feature traditional
liturgical music and Jewish
folk songs of a religious na-
ture. Cantor Schlachman will
chant the Maariv service aft-


CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN


.wn. i One of the most modern which the concert proper
E ISRAEL of MIAMI dairy plants in this section er which the concert proper
(Reform) of the Country will be formal- l begin. Collaborating with
Cantor Schlachman wil be
7 N. E. 19th Street ly opened next week by the Cantor Nathan Wroobel of
ACOB H. KAPLAN Seaboard Sanitary Dairy at the Miami Jewish Orthodox
abbi Hialeah. The dairy will be un- Congregation, and Cantor
y evening services at Iderthe personal suerviosn i Lous Hayman of the Beth
Israel, 187 fr. E. 19th of e well known hodox David Congregation.
at 8:15. Mr. Solomon Rabbi, Rabbi Isaac M. Wap- Because of the well known
.sky 'violin artist of ner of the Miami ewish Or- a ty of each of these can
mi University Sym- thodox Congregation4or the Synagogue will be well filled
concert, will Dlay o at rPution o diary rt tos it is expected that the
prices, a special selec- jzor Passover. and all are therefore urged to
Ernest Bloch, entitled The dairy plant which ha Ibe on hand early.
hea".. Baal Shem is just been completed contains Miss Gertrude Ordell well
ie ~o a Jewish mystic every modern appliance to in known dramatic soprano and
reduced a new sect in sure the health and purity of Miss Ruth Ann Orlinsky at
life in Russia, called the product Mr. Louis Ja- the piano will also take part
an. Jr, acob H. Kap cobskind is well known in lo- ithe musical program to be
S on Israel Baal cal Jewish circles as a shomer presented duri g the ee
ad s:ect shabbos and strictly obser- ning's concert.
vant Jew, so that with the su -____
G.B e JACOB version the Babbi, Miami B uncil
S JACOB ewry will insured for the Beach Co l
A iW A first time In yers em Pro trn
Sm kosher dairy products prio-i
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IIIIuMIIIIIIfIImImumuIIIMIIIIIIIMsuIIII If the men under the new dep-
HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDI uty fire chief, John J. McEUlo
want to express strong emotion
Miami to Nowhen the burn their th
Miami to Note must limit themselves to "shtes*
and durnn" In extreme cases they
University Day may say "beck" and "d ny
crickets," but nothing stronger.
r' a ThiThat is the chief's order, sad he
With the arrival ththis has over six feet of brawn to- e
Country of Dr. Judah L. Mag- force it. He has never been known
ness the Chancellor of the to fire a man for a few "natbra
Hebrew Uniersity at Mt. expressions,but his men kow
Hebrew Universit at M. that he doesn't approve of "e8n
Scopus, the American Corn- words," so they bld temsmve
mittee interested in the Uni- down pretty well when he is with-
versity has asked that April in earshot.
1st, the eve of Passover be He is a family man and a devout
observed as Hebrew Univer- church member, and doesn't on-
sider swearing a qualification far
sity Day throughout the fire-fightngr. He ought to how,
Country. To further this idea for he been doing it for 24 yeas.
Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan Silent Tribute
has been designated the Whe a pplase forhe skil and
spokesman for Miami and will darin bad echoed time and i~ai
a throng at Madison Square G.
deliver a short address on the den bowed their heads in lent
significance of the Hebrew tribute to Lillian Leitsel, the be-
University on Sunday, March loved aerial artist recently killed
29, on Station WQAM during by a fall from a trapeze ai Copem
the Jewish Radio Hour be-' hagen.
.tween.ad6 The house was darkened u a
tween 5 and 6 p. m.. spotlight played upon a white rope
I the symbol of her art, which wa
Public Sader slowly lowered from the r
When the rope stopped movin,
P Abl Aa Ir Joe Humphries, famous prine-
Are Arranged announcer, pronounced
To hem emry of T lino' !;an
IGod rest her souL"t
;Raoth Mit~i~~~,anHl~aa M~~ian .A.p. t. eOp
Beach Jewry will be insured A&umi corp
strictly kosher meals for ro hchwa always sounded t
Passover and the finale of her act. Then the
Passover and splendidly con- band played "Nearer, My God, To
ducted rituals this year. A Thee, the lights flashed on, and
public sader will be conducted the ceremony was over.
in Miami at the Palatial Auto s Su nation
Kosher Restaurant, both A problem before the tyright
S. .? now is what to do with 124 auto-
nights and the ritual will be mobiles that nobody, not even their
in charge of Rabbi S. M. Mac- owners, seem to want
htei of Beth David Congrega- The orphan autos are parked at
tion. In Miami Beach the pub- O:n theaN parteen y o wf. fst
Cleaning piers where they"waW
lie sader will be conducted towed when police ad tem -
both nights at the Ocean moved from the streets for viola.
View Inn with the well known tion of parking laws. The owners
communal worker, Mr. Sil_ could have reclaimed them by
verman in charge and a prom- paying a fine of $10, but neither
eianincargeandaprom- the money nor the owners have
ient Rabbi conducting the appeared.
ritual. To accommodate the The sanitation commiaoner
general public who is desirous wants the pier but, he doesn't
f strictly kosher meals dur- wnt the ars. He's Sto t
them or even push tlimg ntot
ing this week, without the East River, but he isn't r if
slightest doubt as to Kashurs that's the proper thing to do in a
both of these institutions case like this.
have arranged to serve break- Any auto-suggestions
fast, dinner and supper dur- You Won't Be Missed
ing the Passover week. There are a great manly peopt '
_i e New York, and a great many of
them die. But few leave this mr-
Recital to be Held talsphere as unmissed"t as a
al l tired assistant foreman of a
At Civic Theatre municipally owned company. .10
At Cvic Iheatre quiet was h pa in that the
apparently failed to note it or
sev year s.
A recital will be given at They been send him .h
the Civic Theater at 4 p. m., money regularly. Thi s
Saturday, by Cecil Wolkow- eumstanet was revealed byai
sky, pupil of Hannah Asher, h e ity hop t o recover
hlf dt honey. m
and Lewis Eley, pupil of Al- f e ony
bert Foster, both of the Uni- V m
versity of Miami Conserva- V iOauussH
Miss Wolkowsky- has I
be a student with Mrs. Ash- l .T S t
er three years and has shownn ,
remarkable talent. Lewi E~r lytli r, y c
has a io work la b
violiuk mstn atlfr years her f tho1 |e
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-.. g-iut now theie is another Cook-
cl do ny seriofsa td effects from failurq.- They re the young It But thie is another
their rf ths n, alnt d Mowre if ati younk women Twho came Itw tfrougnit W.'P* AA* 1111 P TJ
oo g r h 3 -t Trt l the mall towns with an ambition' Mats. It is also the br of an
Sopumtft as tea cbeoe ald to become painters, musicians, freedom and joy. ill be at:
much more useful an alcohol sculptors, authors or dramatists, This latter signiscana f
Th BFR e RaAUD Co isinage to go back home and admit o more recognized and
The Federal Radio Commission t-eib-familie- .and-neighbors that d- more recogni ed and It4in la t
has refused to renew the broad- they have. failed, nor .the good due to a large extent to B. secure a copyofihe
casting licenses of certain stations ene naO ability to get a job at Manisehewit Company, the wit P0ook ook
which have-been used to perpet- something which they can really biggest Matzo and Matzo Kosher Dishes." Ev
ate palpable frauds upon the pub-do.
lic. There is still too much of One of the most popular plays product bakeries in the world, has been tried ad
that sort of thing going out "on in New York theaters just now Many housewives were and
the air," however, tells what happens to both kinds some are still afraid of
I listened in the other night to of ambitious youngsters. "Philip Pesach. They ask: what shall
a broadcaster describing a won- Goes Forth" ought to be shown ive our household to eat
DOWSERS derful electrical machine which ineery community where there ftf n d of at Ma i
That certain men can find un would cure almost everything, ac- eeyo commpity mere tht It i matzo, and again mato, ACAROON
der-ground water by means of a cording to him. Of course, he was they can become rich and famous and once more mato.
forced twig, perferably of witch lying, deliberately trying to get ey can become rich and famous aNew The B. M anschewtz Co m
hazel, is a beJief which i held so ignorant people to spend money overnight merely by going to New The B. Manischewitz Corn- CAKE, NUT C,1
hael, istently b hi is held o many people r worth eve I heard York and writing or painting. pany, realizing the plight of AND PASTSgl
persistently by so many people linitn people devsend her on_______ th housewife has come to
that scientists, unable to explain another broadcast, an astrologer the housewife has come to
it, are investigating it in the hope inviting people to send her money her rescue. They have, Fo
of discovering the principle ack to have their fortunes told. She through their skilled diet
of "owing." That dowsers do lyingalo. TheresAND NOW ians, developed a number of
succeed oftener than they fail is ble basis of truth in the claim of n
certain, whatever the reason any person to be able to read the dishes made from matso and
A scientist of the U. S. Depart- future, whether by consulting the matzo products. These dishes I Y0.
meant of Agriculture, who recently stars or the tea-leaves in the cup. Lchmohare tasty and appealing and
witnessed an exhibition of water- I Frauds like these are prohibited Matzo was the Lachmoh are tasty and appealing and
findingby a German dower, has' by law in most states but the Anyou- the "bread of afflic- easy to prepare All thedis-
revived interest in the subject. radio cuts across state lines. Re- tion." It was baked hastily as tracted housewife has to do 1 lU g IA
The explanationn which he sug- putable newspapers do not permit the Children of Israel were when she buys a package of 471 .
gets, and which some other sci- palpable fakes to advertise, but' ecan from Egypt. This' Manischewitz Matzo is to
entific men believe is possible, is the radio seems to be running wild Iescaping from Egyp. s phone
that the radium emanations orible, in the perpetration of fraua. thought still remains as we read the instruction slip Phone 2177
rays, which are constantly coming FAILURES read in the Hagadah every ing her how to secure a cop
out of the earth, have a definite New York City is crowded with I Seder Night year after year. of the beautiful and fully ll-
effect upon the nervous systems
of certain persons who areas highly .~ ~0o ooo sensitive to them, and that when o
the direct path of these rays is ob-
structed: by- water the result is a
ntrctionf the dwser's muRADIO HOUR
scl s and a movement of the work- *
ed twig or "divining rod." TATW Q
Other suggested explanations ATI N "W QA "
are that a good dowser is sensi- EVERY SUNDAY 5. TO 6 P. M.
tiihe to the faint vibrations caused EVERY SUNDAY M.
b'i running water; another that
thb m minute trace of dampness in; SPONSORED AND SUPPORTED
the' earth immediately over a sub- b
teirrnean stream affects him. by
Whatever the answer. is s
i ee something ni the an THE JEWISH FLORIDIANAND THE FOLLOWING ADVERTISERS
VILLAGES
A Yale professor recently re-
marked that there was no reason ; "
whatever for the existence of most o o A A
small towns. The editor of the o Wess Paint Store O o FAGAN .
New Milford, Conn., Times has :
S called" the professor, pointing M. WESSON, .Prop. I. 4i 8Wi-
out that it is only in the villages Rt
that people live a community life i TRe Tro a n
which is at once comfortable and Paint -- JO e rs o
free from the annoyances of life A cD _w
in the cities. o o
Small towns today offer every- 13 7 W. Fagler St. o PR OGR4AM 49 OF" "
thing or real importance that any o -*Ot
city offers to its inhabitants, and Phone 2-0584 Who Halitynd Inld
a great deal that the city cannot o G Hand In Bno
give. One can buy in the village o
stores everything that the great So|oIo ooo oo O ---
city department stores offer ex- -_._.-...,,
cept, perhaps, the flashy jewelry Address ...................................Mrs. Freda Lutzky a
and extravagant furs which the o Phone 2-3324 Presi "E C p TTA"MJ
city stores are always tempting one President Miami Chapter Jr. Hadassah S ETTA
city stores are always tempting Ambulance Service B
people who cannot a.uc. i .,uAmbulae S e
them. In the village movie t::e.r er Beauy S opp
the same pictures are shown that j AHERN B u 'S
are seen on Broadway, and usually ,No T VOCAL SELECTIONS: ao .2207 N. B Second Aw.
before Broadway sees them. No- FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Evelyn Raff
body but the very wealthy can at- r E Phone S.0425
ford to keep an automobile in New o 1224 s. W. First Street o Mrs. Samuel Resnick '. Specializing in Eung 1-I
York; few village families are S Miami, Florida o Mrs. Barney Kraft 5 manent Waving, Hlw
without one. It is only in small Fo a Mr. Martin Chochem *BrUbintetin Facial
towns that most people can afford FRANCIS AHERN, Pres. Cantor Nathan Wroobel Tueetments
to own and live in their own aa
homes. And nowhere but in the o S a n a lt r
small town can one have neighbors og **+++++ +o+ +o0o0>oO+ a -
who are really neighbors in the a I
.:old, friendly sense of the word. 8 INSTRUMENTAL SELECTIONS. o5
STIMULANTS J Top Reisman'
:?, Alcohol, morphine, cocaine, all of Jewish news and social program for the week o
the habit-forming drugs, owe their Jewish news and social program for the week
Popularity to the fact that, for a 0 *' ta Kosher
short time, they enable their users Fresh Kosher users Fresh Kosher Other Interesting numbers St K
to do things which they otherwise a a
would not have the energy or the Meats and Poultry
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Every race of people has devel- 166 N. W. Fifth St. FRB MEBA2
oped some sort of stimulant which a AND POULTRI
speeds up certain physiological Phone 3-2270 AN
processes for the time being. 5 ...-.
In the light of this world-wide 2 N. w. s st PL ms
human demand for additional _____________
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have been working for years in the e --*fO g
effort to discover some substance N York Title and AUGUT
which, will accomplish the desired a M a A T B g
purpose without the disastrous Mortgage Company MaS 1e Max'S
mental and physical reactions a
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PALM BEACH OFFICE
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1930, at the Post Office
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thing that make it
ays the Lake County
for a man to run a
per are his friends.
a friend thinks sofre-
ught to be kept oun of
r he doesn't hesitate
it as a personal favor.
my doesn't ask pny
But a friend thinks
duct of a newspaper is
sonal matter of the
when as a matter of
is largely in the posi-
a man serving a pub-
t.
ilosophical old fellow
id to the writer, "a
tthat deaen't make
.once in a while isn't:
e subscription price."
e people mad isn't
province of a ndws-
ut if it is going to be
hy the name, it must
e news without fear
r.
Jewish Floridian has
eatened with, and in-
as suffered business
not once, but fre-
rThese things must
rily be borne in sil-
rhe great reading pub-
Ich a newspaper serves
interested in the per-
lifficulties of the editor
fisher, though' we have
: instances where a full
of threats and subse-
reprisals would have
absorbing reading.
buch things must be
aid as part of the game
i suffered perhaps be-
fsins committed in
elections. And then,
must be remembered
11 things, both human
vine, are saject to cri-
.Even the Bible does


sincerely hope that our
leaders will think this
matter over Just a bit.
make our mistakes to
S... but .. you good
and particularly our
friends .don't ask
reasonable and put as
position of reftaing
~t which we would like
"t, but for both, yoar
ir skes cannot.
( a^ xoihe able to
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My grandad used to smoke a Giggs--What do I think of
.ppe, ....... your. new hat? Well, if. I..were DOING THINGS FOR PEOPLE
An old brown pie of clay, you I wouldn't wear it to aING THINGS FOR PEOPLE
Outside the kitcen door dog fight. I have a friend who occupied a prominent official posl
He'd sit in tilted chair His Wife-But I was plan- tion in Washington for a number of years. After his retire
And puff and puff away. ning on wearing my other one ment he opened an office and let it be known that he would
His lovely silver hair, when we visit your people, act as an adviser to individuals and companies having bus-
His shadow on the floor, dear. iness to transact with the government.
The kindly words he used to I l Recently he told me that his first year's income was
say, "This is so sodden!" said about ten times as large as he had dared to hope for..
To me, then Just a child at the recently married husband '"The only way I can explain it is that I am now cashing
play, as he graciously accepted an- in on my life-time habit of doing things for people," he said'
I treasure evermore, other product of .his wife's "When I was in office I never could see why it wasn't wor
Whnubaking. while to go to a little trouble for folks if you could do 1
When purple mulberries were I I properly. So when a man came to me I didn't try to side-
Anpe fro three "My goodness!" exclaimed step by saying, 'You will have to take that matter up with
Changing from the tar Dora yesterday, happening on such and such a department.' I just tried to help him out.
That glorious time of year nhnfn nf a Tawnin aurf-1 T
Was fraught with latent mea photo of a Hawaiian surf- "wasn't scheming about it. I had no conscious notion
charm board rider. What a wide that I was laying up treasure in Heaven, or anything of that
ski!" sort.
And untold joy for me. sk I sort.
Dear grandad Dear old farm! "But apparently people remembered and appreciated
Grandad's no longer here. 'A man walked off a New and now they are taking pleasure in paying me back."
Long since he crossed the sea Jersey ferry boat and forgot Neither by temperament nor conviction do I belong tf
Into eternity, hs automobile. A midget job, the United Brotherhood of Pollyannas. I do not hold that
Grandad beloved and dear. on doubt. Next time he'll
Grandad beloved and dear. know better nad hold the we live in the best of all possible worlds, nor that selfish.
I I I pesky little thing on his lap. ness is always punished and virtue always rewarded.
These shoes were made in On the contrary, I see many notable examples of me
prison." who have apparently never done a gracious thing in their
"Oh, did it take you long?" Hilda, aged about three whole lives who yet have achieved fortunes and are qzit.
ST I was playing withlittle Muriel. serene and contented in the enjoyment of good things q
Marmon-Does your wife The two were busy looking at the world. :
still sharpen pencils with your some patterns of dress mater- But at several different times in my own experience
razor? ials, and Muriel, being a little I have been surprised by having bread which I had cast
Spythe-No, she's learned older, was telling Hilda the the waters and forgotten come back to me spread withoo
better since she started shav- names of various colors- butter and even considerable jam.
ing her own eyebrows. green, blue, dark blue, and
ing er own eyebrow One of the most valuable contacts of my business
I I I so on.
"This car has eight cylin- They came to gray. That grew out of work which I did for a certain chari le or
ders, four-wheel brakes, wa- was more difficult. ization, with no though of personal gain. And a large pl
ter-cooled-" "And what is this one?" of business once walked into my office, sent by the brot
"That does not interest me. inquired the younger child. of a man whom I had been able to help many years be r
ty wife wants a pearl gray "That," said Muriel slowly, and in an entirely different part of the country.
My wife wants a pearl gray That," said Murel slowly, Speaking generally, I ,should say that the chance
ers and fitted with radio." dark ite. is justified, from a purely selfish stantppint, i gpitg p.t
"I'mut step around to my ihis way occasionally to be kind.:-
I must step around to my Edgar Lee Masters says To say nothing of the fact that doingthing for h
friend, the haberdasher," Lincoln stole most of his feli-peple brings a personal satisfaction which is, in itself
said Brother Charley, while citous sayings out of the Bi- reward.


dressing this a. m., "ana re-
new old ties."
II
One item in the day's news
is a little ambiguous. A man
down south was sentenced to
spend 30 days in jail and 80
nights at home. It doesn't say
which constituted his punish-
ment.
"The professor's terribly
absent-minded, isn't he?"
"Yes; they'll never erect a
statue to his memory."
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Why isn't memory
thing we forget with?
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Hope is the key with which
ambition is wound up.
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Courtship is life's poetry
and marriage is the prose.
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Only a high-toned girl can
sing every note in the scale.
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To borrow is human; to
forget all about it is still more
so.


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In matrimonial
ments men have to
powder.


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Yes, Hazel, late suppers
embrace such things of which
dreams are made.
It is said that women are
forgiving than men, but men
equalize things by being more
fogetful. .
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An man who .imaines he
n kGbdwr than
iwe ifooish to ever


ble. And then to tninkl tat
even the things he didn't steal
from the Bible, he said with
words pilfered from Noah
Webster! ,

SLots .of men would willing-
ly work for their board-if
they could find some one to
work.
S I I.
Neighbors will never be-
come bosom friends so long
as they can look into each
other's back yards.,
I
There are only two classes
of women in the world, those'
who are married and those'
who are. willing to be.
I I
Some men would get along
much faster if they didn't
lose so much time telling oth-
er people how smart they are.
I
SSilent contempt is. respon-
sible for many an unblacked
eye.
I .
SMarriage is an eye salve
that restores the sight of
blind lovers.
I .! .
When the public has faith
in a writer it is based upon
good works.


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A cynical man is
has. had experience;
woman is one who
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one who
a cynical
hasn't.


Deception is seldom writ-
ten on a woman's face. It is
usually painted
Even; flylt- cin nes will
not enable some men to;
above reproach. ;


STHl FAMILY


DOCTORKI
JOHIN JO5H GCJANESWMfi
A PEPTIC ULCER I(
A man sixty years old came into my office about three
months ago. He was short, "stubby" in build, and onb
plained of full stomach, shortness of breath on exertion, ami
vague, neuralgic pains that flitted about through his lung)
when he'ascended the stairs. He said the symptoms wera
sometimes relieved by eating a little; that most of his "'lu
ness" was felt when he was pure the stomach was empty
He was disabled from work by reason of this thing whick
had been creeping on him for something like a year. \
He had been studiously eating "roughage," as well
every sort of "health food" that he could hear of; had avoid.)
ed meat, believing that it was deadly poison for him::.
fact he had arrived at the point when he was suspicious
all foods. .. .-
.Withoout resorting to X-ray, I diagnosed uleer faP:t
stomach; in fact, I did not even pump out and analyze th
gastric content. I simply put him on SMOOTH diet, tei
him boiled or stewed meats would do him ho harm. I ia
jim a slightly astringent, antiseptic powder to take betw
meals, and forbade all articles of food that even hinted
irritation of the stomach lining. I gave him a gentle
stimulant. ... .
That man came into my office less than an hour
and declared himself free from any unpleasant symp
had been so for two.or three weeks; every complain
been corrected.
"Roughage" of any sort works harm in ma,
cases of disordered digestive tract, mi o pi
ulcer. I am getting farther away .fro
as evidence accumulates a it 8ik-d ii a d
treatment almost invagia ti.bi l t i
age," when every symptom a'l.o f W
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IN THE PASTURE


A REAL ..... A KOSHER PESACH
You good folks think back for a bit to the days when dear old mother
would slave and toil ust to make the Psach a thing of Joy, a holiday of
happiness.
Thinivback. if you can to the time when mother would go to the butcher,
weeks before Pesach and bargain for the fattest geese or chickens so that
"schmaltz" would be on hand for the Passover holidays. I see you smiling now
but stop for a moment, if you will do you remember the greasy food
you had for morning, noon and night can't you picture yourself hoping
that the holidays would pam away and the good milk. the rich butter, the taste-
ful smetene (sour cream) would again grace tho table.
The hoped for came at last. large cities realized that the Jewish community
had grown and demanded healthful dairy foods be placed at their disposal, even
on Passover. Of course, the products had to be kosher they had to be
REAL PESACHDIG .
Miami Jews can at last enjoy a real healthful Peach A well balanced
Pesachdige menu chickens, meats, kneidlach, at the proper time, and yet
continue the ue of good health giving dairy foods every day of Peach knowing
that the dairy products are STRICTLY KOSHER FOR PESACH BEYOND A
SHADOW OF DOUBT. ONLY WHEN YOU USE
SEABOARD SANITARY DAIRY PRODUCTS

Best Wishes for Real Success
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To Whom It May Concern:


The Seaboard Sanitary Dairy, at Hialeah, Dade County,
Florida, operated by Mr. Louis Jacobskind whose reputation as
an observait Jew is well known to me, having placed its dairy
plant 'Under mm personal supervision for the purpose of provid-
ing kosher milk, butter,. cream and cheese for Passover for Mi-
amians; and having complied regulations, I do hereby certify that all of the milk, butter, cheese,
cream and dairy products 'that will be produced by this dairy
-=. der mfy personal supOrvision wfil be "kosher for Pesach"
"afilu limhadrin min hamhadrin"; and for the purpose of identi-
fication each bottle of milk or cream, and each package of butter
or cheese will bear a tag with my personal signature..

And I urge upon the Jewish community the use of these
products without the least doubt as to Kashrus, and fully satis-
fied as'to every religious detail.

As witness my signature this 19th. day of March, 1981, Rosh
Chodesh Nisan, 5671.


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Sonal Hospital where he i
S convalescing from a serious
week.
S* Dr. Robert Abrahams pro-
S<* fessor of medicine at the Post
***6o,9+,+o oo++ o++ o+ o oo1A ~Graduate Medical school of
New York city, and Dr. Abra-
Among the recent arrivals 8:30 p. m. Sunday, March 22, ham Rongy, chairman of the
at the Commerce apartments at the City club. Special en- committee on periodical
are Mrs. Max Kleiman, Brook- tertainment and music fea- health examinations of the
lyn, New York; Ben Franklin tures are being arranged for Medical society for the five
Sacharow, Cleveland, who is the event which is in general boroughs of New York who
visiting his mother, Mrs. charge of Robert J. Wallis, were guests at the Blackstone
Sarah Sacharow. assisted by Dave Golde and Hotel left last Saturday for
William Friedman. Edward their home after a brief vaca-
A meeting of the Executive M. Wolfe, Joseph M. Fine, tion spend in Miami. Last Fri-
Board of the Senior Council Mrs. B. Jacobi, Mrs. Robert day at the invitation of the
of Jewish Women will be held J. Wallis and Mrs. Benjamin staff of the Jackson Memorial
at Kaplan hall Wednesday, Kohl have charge of the pro- Hospital, Dr. Abrahams de-
March 2, at 1:15 p. m. and gram. Mrs. Sadie G. Rose is livered a very interesting ad-
wil be followed by a regular chairman of the tickets and dress to them on "clinical
meeting of the membership refreshments are in-charge of signs of tuberculosis that had
promptly at 2:15. Important Mrs. Lena Simons, Mrs. Ella never been observed or re-
business will be transacted C. Kaiser and Mrs. Dora Au- corded by other clinicians,
and the report of the nomi- gust. and original work and cure for
nating committee will be re- malignant endo-carditis by
ceived. Beth David Sisterhood en- autogenous serum injection.
tertained a large number of Dr. Rongy also spoke on the
Miss Rose Evenitz, Brook- visitors and residents at its necessity of regular periodi-
lyn, N. Y., is at St. David regular card party last Tues- cal health examinations as a
court for the winter. Other day night at the Beth David conserver of human life. Both
arrivals here include Jack Talmud Torah hall when addresses were received with
Gould, Chicago, who arrived Mesdames M. Scheinberg and unusual interest by the medi-
by automobile this week. D. Klein wree the hostesses, cal staff.
Prizes for high score were
Harry Dinberg and Nat won by Mesdames Max Aron- Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aron-
Smoler, Brooklyn, N. Y., are ovitz, Isidor Cohen and J. C. ovitz entertained at their
at the Ocean Breeze Hotel. Zalis. A prize donated by Mrs. home in Shenandoah Wednes-
They arrived by automobile. Wolf Cohen was raffled and day evening honoring Dr. and I
was won by Mrs. M. Schwart- Mrs. A. Rongy and Dr. and
Nat Nadel and Lou Mellow, zapfel of New York. Refresh- Mrs. Robert Abrahams of
New YorkNadel arrived Tuesday ments were served. New York. Among those
to spend a vacation at St. present were Dr. and Mrs.
David Court apartments. Last Sunday's program of Robert 0. Lyell, Dr. and Mrs.
*, the Jewish Radio Hour was a Arthur L. Walters, Dr. and
Miss Margaret Green of splendid presentation of some
Birmingham Aa. is te of Miami's local Jewish art-
h e guest of her aunt and ists. Mr. Louis Hayman, Can- Phibrick
huse, gu.t hMrs. Win. t tor of Beth iavd, showed
le, Mra adttir ho me his splendid abilities in a Director of Funerals
Friedman at their home, 1037 beautiful rendition of "Der
S. W. 10th aruene. Dun beautiful rendition of "er o. i
SW 1h urig Dudele" and "Natasha," in Servin_ Greater Miami
her stay here she is being ex- which he was accompanied
teswively entertained. which he was accompanied by
teasively eertae. Miss Frances Kane at the pi-
Slarge number of guests ano, Myron Zeientz at the
and tourists attended the phone and Miss Miriam

the Miami Jewish Orthodox and saxophone played We Deliver
the entire song through and
Congregation t the vestry then accompanied Mr. B d
rooms of the Synagogue last h y accopa Mr. B nd
Smday night. Supper was Hayman. In two piano and ..of .o
ved and then cards wer was violin selections rendered by .
served and then cards other Miss Mirm Rubinstein and Satisfaction
rangements was a committee Miss Frances Kane, the art- Phone 3-3687
headed by Mrs. Max Kupfer- ists showed their ability and 21 North West Ninth Street
stein and Mrs. Louis Vangil- depth of feeling. Mrs. Evelyn
de. Raff in a number of operatic
selections in which she played
Rabbi S. M. Machtei ad- her own piano accompani-
dressed the members of the ment, demonstrated the fact
Beth David Sisterhood at a that Miami possesses artists
meting of the executive with splendid voice and mu-
beard last Thursday. The sical understanding and abili-
meting was in the form of a ty. Martin Chochem, Scandi- PREMIER GREYHOUN
luncheon in the Talmud Torah navian Jewish artist sang [ EIUN
building with Mrs. J. Wolf three operatic arias proving
and Mrs. H. H. Farr, as host- once again that Miami has in
eases. Mrs. Lewis Brown, its midst a galaxy of musical
ps.aident, resided artists that its Jewish popula-
meeting at 2:30, and announ- tion should be justly proud of. ONLY THRE
ced that a series of parties and M FROM DOWNT(
would be given. Mr. and Mrs. Max Corpuel, on .m.', un
iNominating committee ap- Brooklyn, N. Y., are at the OnIAPlO a
pointed includes Mrs. Isidor Washington apartments for a O ""'RACES NI
Cdhen, chairman; Mrs. Mor- few weeks.
rim Dubler, Mrs. Louis Wein- F 0 R
kie, Mrs. S. J. Spector, Mrs. David A. Soman,, New Fv 0 RD
J. Katz and Mrs. Meyer Sch- York, has been the guest of SEDAN
watz. Election of officers will his family at the Commerce GIVEN AW
take place in April. apartments for several days. "WA


lJembers of the Loyalty Mr. Hyman Gottesman is a Monday
ckib have announced plans 1Si
foa a dance to be given at Night
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IMrs. S. E. Chambers, Dr. and
Mrs. Marvin Smith, Dr. and
Mrs. M. Ghertler, Dr. and
Mrs. M. J. Flipsie, Dr. and
Mrs. Joseph Matthews, Dr.
and Mrs. Max Dobrin, Dr. and
Mrs. J. C. Turner, Dr. and
Mrs. Robert M. Harris, Dr.
and Mrs. A. J. McCrae, Dr.
and Mrs. P. T. Skaggs, Dr.
and Mrs. J. Raymond Graves,
Miss A. J. Laird, Miss A. W.
Corbett, Dr. A. Lustgarten,
Dr. Maurice, E. Heck, Miss
Helen Briggs, Miss Frances
Druckerman, Miss R. Caplan,
Dr. and Mrs. Elmo D. French,
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Snyder,
Dr. and Mrs. Homer Pearson,
Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Wilson,
Miss Beatrice Sweetman, Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Aronovitz, Mrs.
Sonya Snowe, Miss Edna
Snowe, Mrs. Tula Mitchell,
Miss Cyntha Culpepper and
Madam Patricia Sinina.
Piano selections were given
by Miss Druckerman, who la-
ter accompanied Mrs. Mitchell
and Miss Caplan, who gave
vocal numbers; and by Mad.
Patricia Sininna of New York,
Mrs. Sonya Snowe sang a
number of Russian songs. As-
sisting the hostess in enter-
tining were Mrs. Max Gher-
thler, Mrs. D. E. Chambers,
and Miss Helen Briggs.
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tami w rlr so fehi na
Dance" at Iaplan
At the street of
March 2.
There will be C `
even better thane
there s in the Cle
has at its affairs. f
offers something
the way of enthe pri

At the meeting o i
Friendship League lati
nesday night at there
rooms in the Congreag
ing, April 1,e wasi
the date of the Aoril
dance. This will be ordo
Congress building in the
rooms of the League ai
rangments are in chta
the entertainment co
headed by Jack Lapin
Miss Sophia Gordon
Wilton Brill a
member of the League
a very interesting talk
work of the organizati
was given a real w
The good and welfare of
organization was dis
and then dancing follow
usual.

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.... ".. :e Yiddish a againe
S. T published'in New York. He
S" is.a native of Kiev, Russia
and has been in this Country
for about six years. He is
lathan. Abrwap was prizes wil be given for high known as a student of Jewish
s at :a a irdaY srp-. Tostesses for the eve. affairs Ihroughout the world
f ormal "Kaffee ni'" will be Belle Wesson, and has earned quite a repu-
when a number of Begi:e Goldstein, Hannah station in the world of letters.
nd neighbors gath; Mack, Jennie Rotfort, Loulse For the pleasure of a num
joey the watfles an, Lichtenstein, Minnie Blank, ber of her friends Mrs. Sam-
I out for them. SadySe Silberstein, Betty uel Bernstein, a winter guest
ia enjoyable time Wpolf, anm Freda Lutzky. at the Robert Clay Hotel, en-
yall. Fr those i.ot familiar with tertained with.a bridge lunch-
adaosah .Time" it suffices eon at the hotel. Orange blos-
rosay that the lcal chapter soms graced the luncheon ta-
il f Jewish Womein originated the Idea of 9aKhig ble and St. Patrick's favors
pia n ha.tlast Wd-'.every second of time in & were used.
it was attended by twedty-four hour day mean Guests were Mrs. Louis
lumber of tourists something concrete for con- Weill, Mrs. Estella Folva,
dents. During" the structi~ work in Palestine. Mrs. Ralph Plaut, Mrs. Julius
refreshm ets were Every second in a twenty- Pollak, Miss Rose Plaut, Mrs.
ke raffle was wo by, four hour day is to be sold at Joe Guthoin, Mrs. Sidney
I. Miller and prise one cent, and when all the Bernstein, Mrs. Max Mandle,
score were won by time is disposed of a clock Miss Tindie Brown and Mrs.
)eufeld, J. Shipsop, will be wound, and the exact I. M. Cunningham.
. Maid. eco, n W bih Age ock 0 *
W17ill top l .deote the lucky Mr. Larry Fay of Famous
avid Sisterhood will winner of a trip to New York Fays who was away from the
card party at the lity. To meet the quota due city on a brief business and
rid Talmud Torah from the local chapter for pleasure trip returned to the
Wednesday evening, Teal work of mercy in Pales- city last Monday morning.
i, beginning at 8 .' ne that Junior Hadassah is *
przes will be award- engaged in, it behooves every Mr. Nathan Adelman presi-
igh scores and re- one to aid in the splendid pro- dent of the Miami Jewish Or-
Is will be served, ject now being carried on. -hodox Congregation who
and residents of was a way on a week's .tour
Iiapi are urged to The Miami chapter of Sen- of the northern part of the
Sior ,Hadassah will hold an allI tate returned to the city last
s i a*I today sewing meeting at the Saturday.
iles Auxiliary of home of' its President, Mrs.
Jewish Orthodox, jsidor Cohen, 1876 S W. 10th Mrs. Ginsberg and niece
will sponsor its street next Monday morning, Shirley Brandt who had been
rti at the March 23, beginning at 10 a. visiting Mrs. Jnnie Rotfort
eis .~ The Syna-.. m i.t; l w .-'~i.r~e iid of this city returned to her
Tuesday evening,: .t ea.ds .will- be enjoyed. home in Long Island, after
at 8 p. m. when All interested in Hadassah having spent the winter sea-
-S. Haas and Nka- work are urged to attend. Be- son. here. ; .
an will be th~ eaus,. f the..limited room.le T
... the En thas interested are urged t- enjoyable event Thursday
fim af mrr. .wM lat the bridge luneheon--giv-
fresihents oateas r. Katz, 8-1448 on b Mrs. Lei ereitman
All residents and or 2-2 Mi. Of ami and New York at
urged to attendI I Burdine's Boulevard tea room
terestg evening To hcommemorate the birth- which was in the nature of a
I day anniversary of the late farewell party given for


e "* pRabbi Isaac M. Wise, the'
dy evening March founder of American Reform,
junior Chapter of the Sisterhood of Temple
l sponsor a novel Israel is sponsoring a pro-
at the Robert gram and card party for the
beginning at 8:30 evening of March 29, at Kap-
Bhose attending will lan hall. Mrs. Klein is chair-
S favor consisting man of the committee in
Jeeonds of "Hadas- charge of arrangements.
Representing sixty *
lue, and the opor- Dr. J. Abrams of New York
'winning a round city who is in Miami on a tour
SYork city. Be- in the interests of "Hias," is
S1til be served and the Editor of the Jewish


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ydiaygd4,durinh ber w4ip-j number of programs during
p r~esiene Jped. The lunch- the winter here.
o table was centered with
spring. flowers i ftbrkiht ar- Top, Hazl late aBppers
ray, andth ji cardsand embrace such hings of which
rs were su" s tSve of 4eaz are made.
the season.
Covers were laid for MIrs.
J. Willis, Mrs. R. Golden, AT
Mrs. Philip Lberman3 Mrs. J T At A0
Ell Cohen, Mrs. Harry Liton,
Mrs. Bertram Iaff, Mrs. H. BiCayne FrOntoi
Slann, Mrs. Philip Kohler, .y
Mrs. E. Herzog, Mrs. Zucker w. www. ~ p.,Sm
and Mrs. Estella Fulda. Mrs.
Kreitman is a well known NINE
concert singer, being kpown
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Scrap Motal ad Machinery
N. W. Cor. th Ave. and 14th St.
Phone ts254
BUILDING SUPPLIES
J. SIMPSON
Building Materials,
Rooflnt Paper, Aphaplt
423 N. W. N. River Drive
Phone 7251

DELICATESSEN
BOSEDALB DELICATESSEN
17T N. W. 5th St.
We Supply Yer Every Want


FISH & SEA FOODS .


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S29 W. FIigfer KBt '
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PHARMACISTS

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CRYSTAL PA4RMACY
Dr. A. D. Halpern, P. G. PhD.
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12i N Miawmi Ave. JkY e71f

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56 North Sot t2" skeet 1
Phone S3*.
ADELMAN PIPRk I$BL COL
55N. Nb St .

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FLASH EXPRESS & STORAG
CO., INC: .
48 N. W. 7th Stzt
Telephone 2-4886 '., F .


THE RACE FAN eNOWS WHERE THE DOGS RUN TRUEST

America's Finest Racing Greyhounds


Are Entertaining Miami Residents and Visitors
Playing To Capacity Houses.


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A Romance of the which suHple them. i land
is necemuryfor a school or
National Fund !e, a host or a ho-
i__la, training farm or a
H People's clab, it is the J. N.
(By HARRY SIMONHoFr) which provides it
t _m These are ust a few of the
It s my porps to htis t opening chapters n this ro-
te m o tsred hw hemAna il which s raduaw un-
,to e. ..t t fnd tis h.w folding itself before our eyes.
zt,, ,o ~, ,H Three-quarters of a million
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Fire, Dennis Mal
Lepus, Yonkers,
and Tonto Mea
have fought over
of the ground in t
races that they h
in.
As an added fea
ent autos are giver
of charge to the
ners.


hout, Tony
Lindy Boy
idows, who
every inch
he different
ave figured

iture differ-
n away free
lucky win-


vWe wek M'. u df A I Jewish families t nrougnout
Waery waek I fatema to decrib the world a playing their *
some phe oofS actit.pri it.W0 nww Hospital Wins In
1r ,ll"bSw ab t item' the e ers ll brig Damage Suit
--'._'--'" "-d by =&isforth? Where is the mathe-
OtC* matician who will calculate -
a what the next 25 years will Suit for $500,000 filed by
People sometimes amuse yield. Alexander Feinstone of Bos-
themselves with the calcula- It is the spirit behind the ton against Allison hospital,
tion as to the fabulous wealth Fund which is making this Miami Beach, now operated
which a penny, invested in, romance. Its basis is the as St. Francis hospital, came
say. Julius Caesars time, smallest coin of the realm, to a close yesterday when'
would have realized today. It but its concWption is the big- Judge H. F. Atkinson ordered
is an interesting speculation. gest thing in the realm of a verdict for the defendant.
But how much more interest- thought. It is nothing less Mr. Feinstone sued in Circuit
ing is it for a jew to observe th the spirit of the people court, February 24, 1930,
how the penmes of the Jew- striving with unflinching de- charging that negligence in
ish National Fund have termination towards the goal treating him after an auto-
ro _wn minto millions of dollars .+ ., ...
rwn into millions of dollars of its historic destiny. Such mobile accident resulted in
ch arthe Homeland foreeng the soJew- a spirit builds the factors blood poisoning and amputa-
f the Homeland for the Jew- which when tr lated into tion of his left leg. The hos-
Its people. I words, go to make a romance pital was represented by the
It reads lik a romance. It that will be of entrancing in- law firm of Blackwell & Gray
is a romance-a romance in' test to countless genera- and Shutts & Bowen.
history. 29 years ago the tions of Jews.
Jewish national Fund wa I Do YOU figureBeah Dog Track
founded. Its basis was just O each Dog Track
like a penny. Today it has in- ___me ?S
vested $8,536,145.00 in Pale. Has Large Crowds
tine; almost three hundred Flagler Kennel
thousand dunams of land tell Miami ac Kennel Club
the story ofits land develop Club Attracts Many on South Beach continued to
meant activities; 750,000.00 make its racing very attrac-
trees speak of ts afforesta- The hurdle race on Thui~ tive to dog racing fans dur-
and women proclaim the be- day night's card was the fea- ing the past week.
ginning of a Jewish bCo ture event at the West Flag- On Wednesday night Koll-
m ity working on the Land. ler Kennel Club track. The
Nor is that all. If the sol best dogs in the hurdle races
to be drained a freed frm wer in the final race of eleven
malaria it is the Jewish Na- races
tionalFnd which undertakes Because of its close proxi-
the work. If water if aab& mity to the center of the city
tions are required for the set- the caliber of the racing dogs
elements, it is the J. N. F. and the eleven races nightly,
including the hurdle race
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crowud arte in nligny atIen-
dance. The hurdle race has
become popular with the West
Flagler fans and plenty of in-I
terest is manifested in the
keen competition.
Among the favorites at the
track are Mindore, Midnight


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FOR YOUR PASSOVER NEEDS
See

MAX'S DELICATESSEN


1167 W. Flagler Street


Manischewitz Matzos,
Teas, Sugar, Prunes,
Vinegar and Nyfat.


Matzo Meal and Noodles, Coffee,
and Nuts of all kinds-Spi8 ,


PASSOVER GOODIES OF ALL KINDS


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IN HONOR of
PASSOVER
On Passover the choicest of
everything distinguishes the
Jewish Home. Manlhchewit
Matzo and Matzo products
are the choicest of their,
kind-produced in the larg.
at Kosher Mato Bakery in
the world, In demand
everywhere.


MANISC EHWIl

L MATZO


For a Real Kosher and Enjoyable Passover
Make Your Reservations Now With the

OCEAN VIEW INN
158 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach
For the entire wt.k, for the S.der, or for any number of meals daily yJ
may desire.
STRICTLY KOSHER SPLENDID CUUINE
The opportunity for the observant Jew to enjoy the holidays without tis
trouble and difficulty the apartment dweller would otherwise be forced t
undergo.
PHONE 5-2535
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THE ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN
170 N. W. FIFTH STREET

Will Supply Your Every Wat!i
Manischewitz Matzos, Matzo Meal and Noodlk, Coflb
Teas, Sugar, Prunes and Nuts of all Mn d
Vinegar, Nyfat-Passover Butter, Cheee aid C
Kosher Macaroons and Cakes of all kfad


Matzos 13c a pound


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You don't have to worry any longer! We have solved your s orm.b


The Seaboard Sanitary Dairy
(LOUIS JACOBSKIND). :-


Will Provide
MILK, BUTTER, SWEET CREAM,


You With the Finest of
SOUR CREAM and CHEESE


of the Fbest


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Palatial Kosher

Restaurant

265 N. E. Second St.
Announces that Beautiful

SADER SERVICES
Will be conducetd by
RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
OF BETH DAVID
Make your reservations
immediately
For the entire Passover week
or for the Sader. Breakfast,
dinner and supper will be served
during the entire week.
Phone 2-9883


KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
POR KASYIRUTH ASK YOUR OWN RABBI


Phone us and we will be glad to show~ ou our plant
PHONES: .h-3749, 901, 9 -1770 Edgewat r 169


more, a No Foein' Kennel en- br of ft
try made it two victories in n the ac
a row fast night when he won
the featured tenth race at
the Miami Beach Kennel club
track. Pillager was second
and Master Kildare third.
Koilmore broke fast, took
a good early lead, and won by
two lengths after a hard
stretch run to withstand Pli-
lager's challenge. He covered
the 510-yard Beach course in
31 1-5 seconds and paid $7.80
to win.
The usual attractions such
as music, celebrities, etc., are
helping attract the large num-
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