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Orthodox) Abe Aronovitz prominent Jew-
Ihington Avenue ish attorney announced his candi-
ami Beach dacy for the Legislature ina
ELROD, Rabbi statement last week.
absence of Rabbi Abe was born in New York city
ntor Boris Schlach- in" October 1898 and in 1907 moved
duct the late services to Kiey West with his parents
morning services. wYhere they still are engaged in
services Irving David- business. He received his educa-
ray Grossman presi- tion in the public schools and grar-
president of the Mi. duated from the Palm Beach High
ewish Social set will School. He attended Stetson Uni-
e Aims and Purposes versity where he received his le-
Set". An open forum gal degree and has been practicing
in Jacksonville and Miami since
"------. 'hWhil h edrheenmarried and
'ION BETH DAVID) He has taken an active part an
nservative) Jewish communal affairs from
SThird Avenue time to time and was vice presi-
et avdCoge dent of Beth David Synagor ue fo
evenmg Hyat 8:15 presidency but declined because of
Loui Haman illhis business matters. He was
ervi th RJ cb wi president of the Young Mens club
speakerof Mami. During the post hurri-
ornngserics wllcane period in 1926 and 1927 he
a. m. Snda secschool was secretary of the Jewish Re-
eet at 10 a. m. on ~habilitation committee which ex-
pended more than thirty-five thou-
sand dollars in a short time to
~~"""'reestablish Jewish families in bus-
WISH ORTHODOX iness.. He is now a practicing at-
:REGATION torney here and represents many
orthodox ) of the foremost business concerns.
W. Third Street In 1927 Mr. Aronowitz was a can-
CAPLN, Rbbi didate for City Commissioner of
CAPLN, Rbbi Miami, was one of the six highest
rly services tonight candidates in the first primary
6:30 with the late and received more than four thou-
;0 when Rabbi Jonah sand votes in the second primary
preach on "A Moth- where he was fourth against much
h~ild'. A social hour older and experienced men. He is
ie services. a very active campaigner and is
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Dairy Will Meet ChappellWill IChsree~t~ *~
Jewish DemandsSekEeto arceAtstno
Seek El~tioTo Appear I "
Because of the growing demand Dan Chappe 11 o hassre CONGREGA1
for Kosher Passover Milk, the two terms in the state legislature, (atnCohm el nw 1 ~
giami Home Milk Producers As- yesterday announced he would Meo ilart arin Chchm welil known 31 W
sociation is making elaborate pre. seek the seat in the state senateura tenor i apper in a reitaln Sat MXi
parations to provide the Jews of now held by John W. Watson o~furaevngAil9beninL.A
yiami and Miami Beach, as well Miami, who is also a candidateat8pm.tthLodnAm Duighe
,,Ft. Lauderdale with all their/ for reelection. Ilotel, Miami Beach. A number of Axelrod, Cat
tmous dairy products. Chappell's announcement of his .mnwl o
Rabbi Lazarus Axelrod of the candidacy stated he would work `and Saturday
Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami for rigid economy in state govern- Attelt
Beach, Rabbi Jonah -E. Caplan of ment if elected and for reduced son and Mur
the Miami Jekrish Orthodox Con- taxation, which, he declared, he dent and vice
geation and Rabbi Samuel M. considered more important than ami Beach Jt
cahtei are in charge of the ritual new forms of taxation. speak on "The
rites required and are giving their He further stated he would work of the` Social
clseprsna uprisont tefor enactment of a state wok- will follow.
diy wiscohn w frns nthe po Imen's compensation act and fr a
ducts for Passover. At the dairy la htwo ld require race tracks; :F CONGREGAT:
a Wish Mlashgiach will be living to employ at least 90 per cent ~l (Coi
the entire Passover week and will le peop 89 N. ~
boting a eratn th a e presn stte acin 1i His plat Services at
ters into the production. form also contains a plank which ;r;gation F i~i
Kosher labels signifying the so- would exempt homesteads up to m. Cantor I
pervision of the Rabbis will be in $7,500 in value from the ad val- comincx hre
charge of this Mashgiach who will beteust
personally superintend the placing Saturday m
of labels on the bottles and pack- LOCRI B0} begin at 8:30
ages. At the local plant another classes will m
mashgiach will supervise distri- H~eads Team -- Sunday.
bution and manufacture of but-
ter and other dairy products. The oteousndglolariswll
Mashgiach was named by the Jewn- \Ralph Kirsch, the son of Dr. appear during the evening and MIAMI JEY
ish Welfare Bureau at the request knd Mrs. M. D. Kirsch, rankings be heard in a number of vocal and CONG
of the officials of the dairy to help tennis player on the University intuetlslcin.(O
provide for a needy family. of Florida tennis team is with his Mr. Chochom will sing Yiddish 1545 8. f
An invitation is extended to all team this week on a tour in which folk songs, and a number of char- JOA E.
interested to call at the bottling lhis team will meet Georgia Tech, acter delmneations for which he JN E
plant or at the Melton Dairy arid The University of Georgia, has acquired an international rep- Regular eat
where the kosher products will : e at Atlanta; the University of utation. He will be heard in will begin at
made, and to see for themselves Alabama at Tuscaloosa, and Van. "Der Trinker" permitting a dra- services at 8:3
that Jewish laws are carefully derbilt U~niversity at N~ashville, imatic interpretation of a drink E. Caplan will
guarded and protected. Tenn. adit r and Her C1
Ralph was selected on the team Admission will be only fifty
~fEMPL seeki MAIjonapafomo edcdtxe~ekng election to the legislature
TEMLE SRAL O MIMI onampya opmbic go enent n
137N.E. nh Sre administration, exset tion ofh j~mes
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi laws, and the enactment of a
workmen's compensation law.
Religious services will be held Mr. Aronowitz's candidacy has
at Temple Israel, reform Jewish received the endorsement of many
Congregation, 137 N. E. 19th St., leaders in public life, Jews as well
Friday evening at 8:15. Dr. Kan- as9 non-Jews. A voluntary com-
lan will speak on the subject, mnittee is being formed to aid his
"Don't Let Your Passengersl candidacy.
Walk". The public is welcome.
Will follow th
after a series of elimination
:""," plyddeatlGsa n sile which
eTlheye wil e rn to Gainesvrille
Pasoe B skets
TO Be PrOvided
Following its custom of many
y~ . years the Senior Council of Jew-
ganization will be formed andisWoe wllfrshbsts
ktporary tos cern faor of succl containing. foods of all kinds for
the needy families who are being
an ization will be permitted supported by the Jewish Welfare
~Bureau. The Council Welfare
Much favorable sentiment has Committee through its chairman
been heard throughout the Coun- Mrs. P. Scheinberg desires that
regarding the proposed organ- it be informed immediately if
ization. It is intended to make there are any families here who
this organization a medium for rein need of such assistance and '
civie work among the Jewish resi- thy will be taken care of.
dents of the County* Wine for these Passover baskets
A number of prominent Jews is contributed free .of charge by
"il attend and address the meet- the local Synagogues as their
ag' share of this welfare work,
Goldman was born in Jackson- :A t Is~c e
ville and his father helped found N8Iles Of 21,838 *oO fc
its Jewish synagogue, and he serv- T ic
ed as assistant chief of its Sani- rm y ok
tary Department and several O rm r o k
terms as City Councilman. Day J. Apte president of Tem-
Goldman was formerly in the) Registrations for the June pri- Iple Israel and former president of
motor car business as sales mana- Imaries totaled 21,838 Wednesday jthe Jewish Welfare Bureau was
ger for himself. He is married, when Carl Holmer, jr., supervisor, elected first vice president of the
and has two children. He is a added 380 names to th'e books. Miami Chamber of Commerce at a
graduate of the public schools at The books will be open on the Imeeting of its board of directors
Jacksonville and attended the Uni- seventh floor of the courthouse Jheld last Tuesday. Mr. Apte has
versity of Florida. He is receiv- until May 1. All. voters in the taken go active part in the worft
ing the support of many promi- primaries must re-r~egister this of the Chamber since his arrival
nent Jews in Miami year. in Miami.
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Publication Reaching The Jewish People Of Florida. We Challenge Any Statement To The Contrary.
It IHss Achieved This Because It Has Always Been Fearless In Its Editorial Policies And Tried To
Do The Right Thing, Regardless.
It Has At All Times Printed More LIocal Jewish News Than Any Other Jewish Publication. It Is
Jewish Not- In Name Only, But In Actual Practice.
That Is- Why We Ai~e The Leadinlg Jewish Paper In Florida.
ea~gile tO Meet
'A meeting to which all Jewish
residents of Dade Country are in.
vited to attend will be held at
the Little Roumanian Restaurant
220 N. Miami Ave., second floor
on Wednesday evening. April 13
beininnie at 8:30 The or 'f
Abe S. Goldman
Abe S. Goldman prominent lo-
cally declared his candidacy re.
cently for the office of Constable
for the second revised district of
Miami. He is opposing the incum-
bent Dick Meschendorf.
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215 N. E. 2nd Ave*
Dinner and Supper
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th~e Entire W'eek
at Veryi Reasonable
Hello folks, is everybody happy ?
You can knock me over with a
feather. I thought last week's
notice was silly, so imagine my
rfellings when I am congratulated
on" all sides because it was so
"cute". I'm in a daze; I don't
know what my readers want. I
have a faint suspicion that the
crazier, the better, is their atti-
However, I can't afford to lose
my dignity so I will continue my
policy ~of giving the best at the
cheapest and let you take it for
what it is worth.
I met Bea Silver the other day
in front of a Synagogue. Surpris-
ing, isn't itl ?Don't get excited;
she was only waiting for some-
one who was inside. She told me
that I wasn't giving her a~ break
in this column and to tell the peo-
ple more about her. This is in
answer to her plea. Bea is now
playing golf. Why, when, where,
how, etc., I don't know. Neverthe-
less she is playing golf. Further-
more, Lou Stein wrote a poem
about her; if she ever sees it there
might be a murder somewhere,
sometime. Kidding aside, the
poem is really a masterpiece. Are
IN IWAMI 21 YEARS
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again onjles sad Plat see Mastr at. -~ Ya.. sas
IN HONOR of
On Passover the choicest of
Jewish Home. Manischwits
a toh hoe c sopf thrr
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SPECIALIZING in the fitting
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allr J defects of the eye-
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McAllister Hotel Lobby
454 Coins Ave,
Fkiday,.April 8. 1~(
SCustoms offlialsr declare that
allgaor pear is not a pear. I
woith an uneasy sensation in t
region of the belt, to hearwhte
they classify it as an alligator.
have eaten one of them--raw,
1 Congress a~ppropriated $5,0
commemorate the B ,000 to
Knife. I well rememb~erhat a nf
engagem~ent. The tough roast wonl
Tax-leviers shouldn't be surprise
ed by the sudden opposition. Be-
ing~ born at the rate of one
minute, suckers constitute a hu
army when they finally turn g
7y Matn B rations
For the Sader
Or the Estire Week
ditinrlmannr wth aproinet lon satisfied now, Bea, or sorry ?
ditionalinm canr e hf he r mul. M. I'm now going to tell you a se-
Rosalsky well and favorably cret. It was supposed to go no
known in Miami for the past eight further than six people before it
years will be in personal charge came to me. Secrets have a way
of traveling though. In this case
of all arrangements. the hero told the secret to a girl
* and she, on oath not to tell it*
Mrs. Sam Schlessinger and son imeitltodnthrb.It
tEm ho eeguest of .r fn rI~na toyu iltm "S y" We s
Lewis Brown have returned towiloonacmngtpaay
___,: __ __..___, jwil~~l goo apn rpaa
sooooneotcos oooooeses aso
What promises to be both a was named chairman of the ar.
novel as well as interesting event rn emennnua omn te e bebgchar e
willbe te My Da Dace bingthe organization. Details will be
sponsored by Junior Hadassah for announced in our next issue.
the evening of Sunday, May 1st ,,,
beginning at 9 o'clock. The tro- DrJcoH.K la sokat
plea setingof he bautfulthe Coral Gables Parents-Teach-
Blackstone Hotel gardens and pa-erAscainTsdy vnng
tio will be the scene of the core- o h ujc,"o' tre
nation of a May Queen. Two maids Your Childrbent". o' Sav
in waiting will be chosen at the ,,,
same time. To add zest to the ,4,
program every Jewish organiza-
tionselneGreater dMiami is Cove cwe W e sh t prsm te uis
i tei noorg db atine nothe co tga "sio or party at Sth 1 m
ingdebasen may Queen Names cI"Mur son Cr Gb esl A li a-
chairman of the event not later ed in our next issue.
than Sunday, April 17. Judges ***
for the contest will be prominent Mrs. Lazarus Levy and Mrs. Hy-
officials and citizens of this see- man Weisfeld both of Toronto,
tion. First prize will be a beau- returned their to home last week
tiful silver loving cup and the after a stay of about a month
title of ay~ Queen. Second and here. They arrived to attend the
third prizes will be awarded and wedding of Mrs. Levy's daughter
the winners will be chosen first jto Rabbi Lazarus Axelrod of Mi-
and second lady in waiting to the I ami Beach. Mrs. Weisfeld is an
Queen. In charge of arrange- aunt of Mrs. Axelrod. While here I
ments are Miss Hannah Mack as lhey were the receipients of m~any
chairman, and the Misses Rosalyn parties in their honor.
Bader, &ebe Goldenblank, Bea Sil- ***
ver and Mrs. Jennie Rottort. Observing the traditional "Ben
Frnn~ Pid~ i;r~ ht Al 8 t
their home after spending: sevea
The Hadassah Bridge planned
for April 19, promises to be a
very successful one. Mrs. Barne?
Weinkle Infant Welfare chairman
and MSrs. Alex Goldstein J. N. F.
Chairman are cohostesses. The
place will be announced in our
Mrs. Rose Goldstein of Gold-
sen's Ko a niRestaurn Mi e
for both nights of the Sader for
The usual ritual will be obsery-
ed and-the Sader will be conducted
by a prominent resident of Miami
Beach. He will be assisted by
'the well known tenor Martin
Chochem. Following the tradition-
al Sader Mr. Chochem will enter-
from civilization when school is
over. The secret is out. It was all
the fault of a girl. Girls have
been the ruination of man since
Eve made Adam bite th apple.
(Who got the core ?)
The intramural wrestling aldd
boxing tournament will be held
this week. A war is calm .in
comparison to these fights. Each
contestant golsd fnato doF r die
Ww,isor whatever it is. Non-frat
mnedn Sareami erntered.beA ma
in 115 lbs class. Boy, I wouldn't
miss. that match for anything.
Each fellow is positive he can beat
the other, time tells its own story.
Larry "Lefty" Lefkowitz is en-
tered in the 125 lb. division and
Bob Siegel in the 145 lb. class.
These are the only boys entered
in the wrestling events so far as
I know. Lots of luck, boys.
Georgie "What a man" Reich-
go0tt will play this week for the
singles handball championship of
the U. he's got a tough opponent
and the match is expected to be:
the best staged in the entire tour-
nament. Yours truly will be the
ref ge h~all oue hrh lck last
week. While playing basketball
he tripped, and landed on his head
in the cement court. Three stitch-
es were taken over his left eye.
He's O. K. now, girls, so stop
worrying. (Yeh, they put in re-
inforced concrete this time to pre*
vent further indentations.)
.I believe enough is plenty .so I
will close with love and ~isses.
(Whom for, Ed.) Gee, I thought
I was writing a letter. Excuse
the ending, please.
Goldstemn's Restaurant, 645 Collins I
Ave., Miami Beach will be the
many friends of Mr. and Mrs. c~m~~c bad; bc~c
Lawrence Gilbert (nee Goldsten), AROUND TfHE CAMPUS h
whose baby's bris will be held i At University of Miami +
next Tuesday morning at Jackson
Memorial Hospital. By Milton A. Friedman &
tain the guests with a musical
'program. In addition a prominent
Violinist and pianist will play
musical selections during the eve-
nmng. All dishes, pots and pans
have been changed and new ones
installed to insure a Kosher Pass-
What promises to be an out-
standing event is the Thrift
Luncheon which Senior Hadassah
is sponsoring during May. Mrs.
Sydney Wemntrarub is chairman of
the arrangements committee. Fur-
ther details will be announced in
an early issue.
Senior Hadassah will hold an
important meeting at the Acacia
Club beginning at 21:15 p. m. on
Monday, April 11. All members
are r'ged to attend and bring milk
bags and J. N. F. boxes. A fine
program will be presented.
What rmsst be ink ei
with their rs ledid record of ps
years are the Saders planned by
the Palatial Kosher Restaurant
for this coming Passover. Rabbui
S. M. Machtei formerly of Beth
David and now of the Radio Syna-
gog will be in charge of the ri-
tual at the urgent request of
many patrons who enjoyed the
splendid Saders of last year. It
will be an evening of real pleasure
and traditional enjoyment. Mr.
Morton Fagan is in general charge
and will provide for the comfort
of their guests.
An important meeting of the
Executive Board of Hadassah was
held last week at the home of
Mrs. Lutzky its president. Plam
for the future work of the organi-
zaton were made. Election for af-
ficers will be held the second Mon-
day in June.
Mrs. J. Williamson is giving a
bridge at her home Wednesday,
A ilkl baffo deda he opmdru a
of a free trip to Cuba. Details
will be announced at this bridge.
An important business meeting
of Loyalty Club of Emnuah ChaP-
ter was held Wednesday evening
at the home of Mrs. ]Lillian Beck-
witt. Mrs. Josephine Lobasine
A meeting of the Mazda Club
was held at the home of Eleanor
Mink last week. Following the
business session Milton Friedman
entertained with a party because
of his birthday. Members of the
.~ Z. A. were special guests of the i
club during the evening.
A very important business
meeting of Junior Hadassah w'~ll
be held at Temple Israel club
riooms Monday evening, April 11,
beginning at 8 o'clock. All mem-
bers are urged to attend as the
nominating committee to select
and recommend officers for the
next term will be appointed at
this meeting. Jane Wardlow wiB
give a book review and musical
numbers will be presented during
the evening. Refreshments will be
Junior Hadassah's Five Dollar
give, get or earn luncheon will be
held on Monday, April 18, at
Laura Jacobsen's with Miss Helen
Yunes as chairman. A delightful
program will be presented. Reser-
vations should be made immedi-
ately with Miss Reta Merson or
Miss Bebe Goldenblank.
The Junior Council of Jewish
Women will hold an important
meeting at Kaplan bhal Tuesday
evening, April 12 when a nomin-
ating committee will be named to
present recommendation for next
year's officers. All members are
urged to attend.
Haarry Rosalsky's R. & L. Kosh-
er Restaurant will be open all of
Passover for the accommodation
of their many partrns. The Sade**
will be conductced in the usual tra-
It is better to
hapiy ies oth n
be born with a
to be born withl
And TryIng To Maintain A Living
LOUIS J. NETT, Secretary
PeoarthI St., ColUar Ave.
SW DUS IAAGEE ONR
SUJN BATHB 50e
Includi~n g Seet and TowelI
gagg~ro ggggg~toty Rate
John Merlbinha, Manag
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A very interesting and instrue-
tive musical concert was peiesent-
ed last Sunday evening at the
sSt Jcahel hmna ogu Sp tor
was heard in a number of liturgi-
cal compositions which received
much applause, and two Yiddish
and Russian numbers' which por-
trayed the folk life of the Jewish
people in Russia. Cantor Joseph
Friedman of Detroit~ who was the
guest soloist was heard in a num-
ber of Synagogal selections, and
several folk songs. Rabbi A. S.
Kleinfeld a musician of ability
accompanied both cantors at the
piano. During the intermission
Bernie Mayerson played a num-
ber of selections on the violin and
received a very enthusiastic ova-
ition. Mayor Val C. Cleary spoke
briefly during the evening and re-
ceived much applause when he
promised to try to learn Yiddish
by next year.
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld formerly
of West Palm Beach spoke at the
services in Beth David last Fri-
day night on "Jewish Problems".
He will be in charge of the Beth
David Talmud Torah during the
265 N. E. 2nd St.
Will be conducted by
Rabbi S. 1M. Machtei
Madke your reservations
For the entire Passover week
or for the Sader. Breakfast,
dinner and supper will be
served during: the entire week
.. f . .
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and Mrs. Wm. Mechlowitz are in
charge of arrangements.
Friday evening at six o'clock
ladies of Temple Israel Sisterhood
will give members of the congre-
gation, their children, and visitor'
who wish to attend a Sabbath
Service Dinner in Kaplan hall, in
order to T~~how the beautiful Sab-
bath ceremonies and sing some of
the Sabbath songs that are usually
sung in Jewish homes and thus
bring back in a modern way some
of the Sabbath spirit of the past.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Steinberg
and Miss Tease Steinberg have
moved to 927 Fourth Street, Mi-
CrystA 1zed Fri H L.. 6e lb.
Chocolate Coated Fruit 70c lb.
3 lbs. Assorted Chocolate
.an Fruit, only ...... $1.50
Kitchen and Sales:
422 S. W. 22ND AVENUE
Honest, Courteous Service.
N. W. 7th Ave, at 28th Street
29 N. W. TIHID AVENUs
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ddy, April 8, 1982
~-~1-Z~-~THE- JEWISH_ FLORIDAN
grs. Isaac Levin was reelected The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
sident of the Sisterhood of Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega.
mple Israel Monday at the tion is sponsoring a card party at
eting held in Kaplan hall, the vestry rooms of the Synagog
er, officers elected are Mrs. T. next Tuesday night, April 12th. .
Richter, 1st vice president; Mrs. when Mesdames P. Augustine ail
L,~ Riesner, 2nd vice president; Wm. Mechlowitz will be the hos-
;. I. Wolkowsky, recording see- tesses. The public is invited to
ry; Mrs. Morris Cowan, cor- attend. Prizes will be awarded
ending secretary; Mrs. H* for high scores and refreshments
din, financial secretary; Mrs* will be served.
a fl.Nevins, treasurer; Mr.H
:e~ leiman, auditor; Mrs. S. 'Men
o hison, Mrs. D. J. Apte and Mrs
I L. Rosendorf, three-year trust
tees; Mrs. J. Simpson was elected
tofill an unexpired two-year term
as trustee and Mrs. J. N. Morril
for an unexpired one-year term
Following the election, Mrs
William V. Little gave a briel
address, presenting one of her
pupils in a dramatic reading frod
the pen of the British poet laurel
ate, Masefield. Mrs. M. Kreigel
of Pittsburgh brought a message~
from Hadassah, and Miss Sylvia
Miller gave a violin number, ae
companies by Miss Goldie Miller,
1)r. Kaplan gave a five-minute in-
spirational talk,. followed by a
brief address on "Citizenship" by
Miss Effle Knowles.
The installation of the new offl
eers will take place at a luncheon
the first Monday in May, with
Mrs. Herbert Kleiman as chair-
Mrs. Louis Zeients chairman of
the nomination committee presid"
ed at the elections*
A card party to be held W~ed-
nesday at 2 p. m. in Kaplan hall
was announced and a supper wil
be given at 6:30 p. m. Friday
with Mrs. I. Wolkowsky inchar~ge.
Mrs. Jack Bernstein was chair"
man at the social hour which fol-
lowed the meeting*
Mr. and Mrs. Wtilliamn Elmran
have returned from their honey-
moon and are at home at 197 N.
E. 25th St. Mrs. Elman was for-
merly Miss Goldie Warachoff.
*. r* *
-' Congratulations are being re-
. ceived by Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
'' Gilbert on the birth of a baby boy
d at the Jackson Memorial Hospi-
Stal last Tuesday. Mrs. Gilbert is
s the daughter of Mrs. Rose Gold-
Sstein of this city.
i. The Executive Board of the
f Jewish Welfare Bureau will meet
next Monday evening, April 11,
Iat 8 p. m. in Kaplan hall to hear
a report of its past six months
r activities. All members are urged
e ~to attend.
rl * *
-Haroltd Tannenbaum who is at-
.tending the University of Florida
at Gainesville is visiting his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Tannenbaum
Until Sunday morning when he
will return to school.
The Beth David Sisterhood will
hear the report of its nominating
committee on Wednesday, April
13, at the Talmud Torah hall and
proceed to election of officers. The
board will meet at luncheon 'n
the Talmud Torah hall at noon;
this will be followed by the
board meeting at o'clock and
the meeting of the Sisterhood at
2 p. m. All members are urged
to attend and participate in the
proceedings. A program will be
presented immediately after the
business session. Mesdames R.
Yunes and I. J. Spector will be
he hostesses at the luncheon.
A very pretty affair was the
heard party held under the auspi-
ces of Temple Israel Sisterhood
lalst Wednesday at K(aplan hall.
On Saturday, Apri 16, Jack
Mintzer will be Bar Mitzva at the
Beth Jacob Synagogup, M~iami
Beach. He will recite the Haf-
torah and deliver an address in
Hebrew and English, Rabbi L.
Axelrod of the Congregation will
officiate and Cantor Schlachman
will conduct the services. Follow-
ing the services the parents of
the Bar Mitzva, Mr. and Mrs. I. L.
Mintzer will be host at an old
fashioned "Kiddush" in the Syna-l
gogue. Sunday eyning, April 17,
a reception will be given by the
parents at their home to all their
home of Mrs. Joseph H. Fields
last Tuesday night, Mrs. Henry
Berg reviewed "Magnificent Ob-
sessions" by Lloyd C. Douglas.
Following the usual discussion,
delicious refreshments were serve.
ed by the hostess.
Plans for a gala Sader celebrate.
tion are being made by Temple
Israel Sisterhood. In charge of
arrangements are MVrs. H. H~. Mil-
ler and Mrs. Julius Simpson.
Arrangements for its annual
Child ens Iae asbeinot nudei b
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion. This will be held the eve-
ning of Sunday April 17 at 6 p.
m. the Synagone. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan cof the Congregat Id wi"
oththe Txallmud T rahhean trda
dnual Saer estop afrsde th c i
dre ani opportunity ofa seing e-
demonstrated. Pupils will make
;he kiddush, recite the Haggadah,
!te Refreshments will be served
;he children who will be seated at
ong banquet tables for the eve-
ring. .Adults will be permitted
;o attend but will not be allowed
rt the tables. Mrs. Max Rappaport
The Woman's Club hall, on Al~parge numbrd of guests were
NortheasttoBayp Shorela a prea s hndo zeMwrared
evening with lovers of Yiddish at kork chairman of the local Sis-
the annual concert and Yiddish tr od committee for the Hebrew
perfromance given by the pupils Union" College Dormitory Fund
of the Yiddish Schule sponsored by ,cag of arrangements
the Workmen's Cirele, 701 N.,, ee po eds were for the
W. Fifth Ave. Two plays were (be fit of this fund. Refreshments
presented by the children as well wer served at the close of the
as a number of recitations and p
ofRse ay.y 1esn h ot- Nx udy pi 10, Beth Da-
ful players spoke a splendid Yid- vd und, rpno ad
dish and acted their parts verypryattsTldTohhll
spedlreceiving thunderous for the benefit of its Talmud Torah
applause for their able presenta- fund. The Sisterhood will act as
tion of the parts. Mr. S. Litt host sses and the public is invited
teacher of the school was in charge t ted rzswl eaadd
f theh ntreconer and arorangeda for high scores and refreshments
e plys ad prgramthatwill be served.
was given. Those taking part were ***
Anna Feldman, Margaret Horo- I itrod will
witz, Jackie Seitlin, Ethel Pont, Temple Israel d atrty t he
Sol Freedman, Bobby Kaplan, .entertain at a card p H.y Kaplan
Eva Weiner, Molly Horowritz, HIar. home of Mrs. Aacol 13, for the
ry Weiner, Bobby Horowitz, David bnexit Wf ednsdyle Israel Sister-
Seitlin, Harriet Katziff, Evelyn beeitS il be assisted by
Slaviter, Lillian K~aplan, Margaret hood. AdlhWrhe imr rzs
Horowitz,~wil Shile Kaer Dverded for high scores
Seitlin, Sam Pattersoli, Stanleywllbis ensilbeerd.
Zalise Ether PontsCh~a le Wein. and pule dishes winv bed sev
Slaviter.' This i~s an annualT affair teFonih.
and is designed to show the wq6 Atoakmetn olu thel aot the -
accomplished by the school. Ily Boo eiwCu eda h
DR. L. FREDERICK BLALOCKC
Anaplleethe Remaoval of Mis Of~ee
To the NIndh Floor of the Congess Balding
SUITE 912----FFICE PHONE 2 7 1
es~idenace Phone 2.2)94
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Volume V.-Number 15.
Friday, April 8, 1932
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Friday, April8, 1
O.If you are rich, you- can mk
I I I
By Frieda Lutskty
(A paper read at the recent con-
ference of the Southern Region of
Hadassah, at Atlanta, Ga.)
(Continued from last week)
and chti ena ao Iot ne Je
as one who is less subject to et
rupt influence and bossism, th
many others. We therefore cal
fully urge and respectfully su
mit that no animosities will
strred up or anti-Semitis
3. The benefits that will accri
are many. First they will brill
to the attention of our own pe
ple, the necessity of taking an a
tive part in the communal affai
of Miami and Dade County,
well as of the entire State. Th
will bring to all of us the realize
tlon that we, as Jews, must vo
and exercise the privileges th
good citizenship and honest Jud
1sm demands. As to recognition
which is secondary, that to
should not and cannot be ove
Wtoo just this word of cautio:
We reiterate the stand we too
aeve dl year sago.e The fla othe
Itself carry with it the implicatio
that the Jews ll a mey il ts
standard of the Jewish candidate
will be raised. That only those
Jews who are qualified to mak
the race for a particular office
becampo of ability en medwit o
Not only must the Jewish candi
uttehe m st bableabr tah n- ev
way superior to his non-Jewis]
o ponent.r AJew sh political. Cu
cy oa ,Dnt vte f a Je".tI
should not be necessarily a propo
nent of every Jewish candidate
but must be the testing ground
for Jewish candidates. A Jewist
political Club that will stand foi
a closer p rticipation of all Jews
in things pol will prevent
the non-dese~rving Jew from ap
pealing to his Jewish brethern foz
support on the mere ground of
his Jewishness. .
To such an organization, one
that will be civic in its endeavors
free from political influence, un
dominated and uninfluenced by
mere jobseekers, we pledge our
6 6 & & 6 && && && &
HIGH HAPPENINGS <~
f, Doings At Miami High
& By Bettye ;t
-- As I begin this article I feel
as much like writing as I do
making an Easter hat or falling
n love on Saturday. If there's
Anytime I hate to fall in love, it's
on Saturday. Don't ask me why.
[t's just one of my old customs.
M~y only inspiration is that I no.
iced one thing rather humorous
n school and thought I would pass
Every once in a while, I per-
ieve some rather attractive stu-
ent walking down the corridors
r eating lunch. Of course both
f the above are common occupa-
ions but alas! As the students
o these they talk to themselves.
t's all very strange but P've de-
ided "they must have money in
he bank." Lately for want of
better company I've been doing
The membership of the Home
economics departments of the Jr.
:igh Schools (if they are to bre
classified) held a fashion show.
That drynty thtings--The models
nd the clothes, I mean.
The mannequins were: Esth~er
eham who I believe had previous
experience, Rosalyn Dhum, Isa-
elle Klein and Mildred Clein.
uite a showing! Quite!
Miami High has again entered
Ir National Competitive Awards.
be total amount of the prizes is
That throughout Jerusalem new-
born babies are kept salted for a
That the oldest synagogue now
existing in the United States is
at Newport, R.. I., and was dedi-
chat nh 6ormons of Utah re-
fer to Jews by the name of "Gen-
tilsat the word "Palestine" was
not originally derived ~from the
HTha the first Hebrew book writ
ten in America was published iri
Te ins 165hite male child boorn
in Georgia was a Jew."--His name
was Philip Minis and he was borri
at Savannah, July 11, 1734, the
son of Abraham Minis, an early
Georia pionee .
Bobbie wept on seeing a picture
of Daniel in the lion's den. His
auntie tried tto console himidbn tsay-
"It isn't that, Auntie sobbed
Bobby. "It's that little ion in the
corner; he won't get any.
"How are those new bumpers?"
reFmeanI bum ed twoscrarschal
At Jimmy's home town a num-
ber of earthquakes had occurred;
so Jimmy was sent to his uncle,
who hived many miles away, for
Today, Palestine is being awak-
ened from its lethargy, it is
throbbing with a new life, with a
hew vitality, because today is the
Jewish Renaissance. A dream of
many centuries is becoming a real-
ity. The Jew has asserted him-
self, expressing his right to liber-
ty and to the control of his des-
tiny. Only in the land of his fore-
fathers, and only on this soil, can
the Jew find the spiritual values
yvhich will give him courage and
ftent noco quer the obstacles
Palestine, a decadent country
since the dJews dispersion, amori-
past, is showing signs of a won-
an ae hill-s desb ae blwa om
Ing forth with a new life and
This has been brought about by
te id mit ble cououag ch tz ,
who valiantly and with the unstin-
ting aid of the men and women
Zioniste Organizations cin the world
have gone to the very essence ,f
thin ea tfheertis, clean ing I
it habitable and prospecroubu Irde t
roads and schools and cities
Through the splendid work of
Hadassah, wonderful health and
sanitation facilities have been e3s-
tablished. Hadassah's part in this
work is incomparable. No country
is on a firm foundation unless !ts
health and sanitation is properly
cared for, and its future safe-
guarded against the ravages of
disease. The opportunities aid
wealth of Palestine has mult~i-
plied manifold, and has benefited
all peoples living there, Jew
Christians and Arabs alike. All
pf mehi ca feneaccomplisheda b
brain, by blood and sweat- all
in the zeal and hope of rebuilding
the Jewish Homeland in Pales-
;ine. Throughout the diaspora a
lew enthusiasm in Jewish life has
!volved as a result of these striv-
Jews are today living in lands
rnder economic and religious dis-
:riminations, which dwarf their
normal development. Everywhere
;hey are looked upon as a "col-
ection of remnants without cor-
>orate significance suffering all
orts of racial animosities, ye+ -
The only silent man is a deE
People tell more lies over th
telephone than face to face.
Up to date, when a woman is
se ir on tiny garments, they
cae egu hohseaidgrthe lesser
never worked in a woman's sho
An Irish motor truck driver was
charged with reckless driving in
having stopped his truck so ud.
denly that a car behind smashed
The judge asked him why Ae
had not held out his hand. .Pat
indignantly answered: "If the poor;
foolcoudn' se metruk, o~w
ol hive' aecouldn' mee sn trckeh
"Why don't you like girls?"'--
"They're too biased."
g"iasedias this and bias that un-
til I'm b ok ."
Anderson-"So your wife ever~
objected to your new straw hat!
Do you mean to tell me that she'll
H:ilt cTCLL ,, L.
Six Months .....
one Year .... .. ....
THE WISDOM OF
There appeared in our columns
of lst week's istsrue,tometrhe ease
that a Jewish Political Club wasl
iM hprtoc ur s rp sem oe ave
1enrece ving te ehon en epoe
letters regarding this news. Of
the more than six hundred calls,
but one was opposed to the idea.
And the opponent was not a resi-
dent of Miami.
The simple question, as we see
it, that confronts the Jewish resi.
dents and citizens of Florida, par-
ticularly of Dade County is: "Is
*It advisable at this tinih~S^t6 "form
a Jewish Political Club?" Will it
or will it not, stir up ani-
mosities and anti-Semitism? What
benefits will accrue as a result of
such formation ?
1. It is an admitted fact thro.
di d I the umivers that thebia.
able to achieve much results poli-
cual yunitet fo m asin r a
body of men that they receive ree-
ognition and have attention fo-
cused upon them. Have the Jews
in Dade County received the poli.
tical recognition that such a large
body, variously estimated at from
two to six thousand voters, de-
serve The answer is very sim-
ple, No. Not only have they not
received such recognition, but on (
th e contrary the fact of the appli-
cant being a Jew has oft time
militated against his appointment.
Dade County today, we are ad-
vis d, has but one Jewess employ-
ed mn the entire City and County
governments. Why? Is it be- o
cause they are less able than non-/ d
Jews ? We think not. United, ~as o
a political entity, as a body that o
possesses honest, intelligent eit- t
izens, they are bound to receive t
the recognition that the mass I
must and does command. c
2. We think that no citizens of t
honesty and upright thinking will t
fear the organization of a Jewish i:
political body. It will welcome
such an organization because of E
the added incentive that member- H
ship in such an organization~will c
mean to the member. It will in- W~
duce the member to register and a
to exercise the privilege of his
suffrage, a right that is utnfor- N
tunately so little used today, and e:
thus benefit the entire community. bh
The right thinking men and wo- Q
men, though they be non-Jews
have never failed to welcome the foE
inclusion of more voters to the T
sa ety.seems to be the straw-boss."
saeyNot many days later, Uncle Jer- I CV L 'C it VY U:
ry returned. "Jimmy is returned~
herewith. Please send us the
satisfied to a degree with tolera-
Palestine offers these Jews the
chance to live in peace, a normal
life asoa fre ahumawh beig he c
enjoy complete cultural autonomy.
froese popl liv n aon the sno
eventually will, with their chil-
dren and their children's children
b become a source of spiritual
strength to the Jews the world
N~yo symposium on the achieve-
ments of Zionism is complete
without the quintessence of Had-
assah, and its vital importance
in this movement*
H adassah is the women's Zion-
ist Organization of America, and
plays an integral part in the re-
building of the homeland. There
is nothing in the history of any
organization that can parallel the
vork .which Hadassah has done,
n Palestmne materially, and what
t has done in America spiritually.
Under the able leadership of
,ur great Henrietta Szold, the
under of Hadassah, and through
:he pooled energies and earnest
devotion of a small group of New
York women, in twenty years
;here has evolved an organization
,f 40,000 members. In its embry-
mei stages. Haddassah with forti-
ude bravely invaded Palestine
deas of health and sanitation, per-
deas of health an sanitation, per.
orming wonderful miracles of
Today there is network of sys-
ematized preventative and cura-
ive institutions throughout Piales-
ine, offering their services to all,
regardless of race or creed.
This very briefly sums up 20
ears of achievement made by
(Continued on page five) I
.Marian---"I maintain that love-
making is just the same as it al-
Her ;Sweetheart--"How do you
Marian---"I just read about a
Greek maiden who sat and listea-
ed to a lyre all the evening."'
"Is anything the matter, sirl"
"It was on the tip of my tongue
a moment ago, and now it's gone."
"Think calmly and it will come
back to you."
"No, it won't. It was a three-
Here is a story which is a coml
ment on the. craze for erecting
elaborate religious buildings and
on the existence of all kinds of
fancy religions. A visitor inquired
of the Jewish contractor in front
of a new church building in proc
ess of construction: "What denom-
ination will the church be?"
anWe don't latowb 1 in vas t o'
s eculation "
"What are theseI 'college leE-l
tu es' you mentioned? wro th
fa er. ie h
"A college lect re," seler s e-
son, is an ex end sre bookrc
marks passing from the ntebook
of the professor to the g thebo
of the student without entering h
thought of either."
"You must remember, my ha
that wealth does noterlringrson,
piness," said the fatth ynswered"
"I don't expect its rely antwre
the modern youth. "I merl choos
it so that I may be able to mhost
the kind of misery that sms
agreeable to me."
Mr. Peewee-' Why ddJo e
me such big shirts? tjs h
His Wife-'They coswajsnt go-
samle as your size and lerk know80
ing to let a strange clekko
married such a little shrimp "
having a tiny slice. Maybe some
one will discover my genius like
ability and then ..
The Book Reviews entered were
by Sylvia Leibovitt and Bett
Lasky. Short story written 1J
Editorials by Sy~lvia Leibovitt
and Eleanor Sheldon
Here's luck to all of the con-
Well at last, finally, et cetera.
The gowns have been decided upon
for class day. There has been a
great discussion over these for a
long time. I'm not telling what
was decided upon .. just come
and "Iee 6hfor yourself. Class day
"Now here's some real hot news
As you know Gainesville has got-
ten out for its spring vacation
Now girls here's your chance '
Oh guess what. '
Philip Bremen has arrived and
with him a new edition. Not his
car or any other guesses but a
real baby mustache. I i ct?
Stop him and s sitcue
body politic. They want resident $10,000. Geel I wouldn't mind
. . ..
Many Jewish tinerchants entered
floats in the Festival conducted
oer eatweek and some of them
Reform Congregation Beth El of
thj City purchased a lot on Arl.
ar/gton Ave. where they plan to
build a Temple. This will mean
the erection of a synagogue and
Temple in St. Petersburg.
Sunday night the B'nai Israel
Congregation will entertain with
a .fish supper in the Community
House. Cantor Boris Schlachman
of Miami Beach is expected to at-
A card party is being held with
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldberg as
the hosts and prizes will be
awarded for high scores. Refresh-
ments will be served.
A beautiful children's sader is
being arranged at the Commun-
ity House for Sunday, April 17,
with Rabbi L. Lehrer in charg~ek
The entire Sader ritual will be
conducted by the children, who
il yeit fhe 4ids and a
~M. S. Lunin will address the
adults after the ceremonies have
been concluded. He will tell the
story of a Sader in Jersualem dur-
ing the World War which he wit-
Congregation B'nai Israel adop-
ted a resolution at its last meet-
ing expressing sincere thanks to
the Jewislr Floridian for its edi-
torial warning communities
against the itinerant preachers
travelers who prey upon the com-
munities. Rabbi Auerbuch claimn-
ing to represent a YeshivaIn
Paleestine was refused permission
Ito come to St. Petersbur,.
i i i <6 i i i i i i i i i i &
i WES\~T PALM ]BEACH (b
4 4 & & & &a A && &&
The regular Friday evening
services of Congregation Beth El
will be held at the Community
House with Samuel Schutzer m
charge of the services. A ser-
monette will be preached and the
uual congregational singing will
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Moss are
receiving congratulations upon the
birth of a baby daughter at the
Good Samaritan Hospital last Fri-
day. Mother and daughter are
Regular Friday night services at
Temple Beth Israel will be held
Why IHndassah' *
(Continued from page Fea~r>
Badassah. I have not told ye
rhoot the struggles which col
fronted these women, the man
setbacks, the obstacles in the
nay' to process, which their fait
and perseverance obliterated. iac
assa h's growth speaks for itsel
If but had the power to perfor
magic, I would rub the famou
legendary Aladdin's lamp an
transport all of you to Palestinr
and there you would see for your
sef what has been accomplish(
The world today is bristlin;
with all sorts of hate, with oppres
sions and depressione- is it no
satisfying to know that in Faet
Yisroel, in our Homelangd, ear peo
ple are living ma age old dream
a reality, building a nation, no
destroying but eresting, laborin~
to perpetuate our race unto eter
nity. ~This noble work must* con
tinue, and it can only do so witl
your sup~port. Responsibility' i!
imposed on every Jew, for~wha'
is to prevent Judaisrm from become~
ing annihilated ? In foreign coun
tries the Jew is being crushed
out by internal and external
forces. A heritage worthy of ex~
altation, a continuity of centuries
is being entrusted to each and
every one of us to preserve and
perpetuate, or through as to be
relegated to a cowyardly death,
Can we refuse to take an active
part in this absorbing drama, that
concerns Jewry as a whole ? No!
not if we are thinking Jews, not
if we are feeling Jews.
We all know that at the present
time the world is enveloped in
dark clouds, and that many of us
try to keep 11p our courage by
whistling. Prophets of doom are
springing up, to discourage our
efforts -. consciously p uncons-
eiousl mtr gifclt, Rmeed th m
not! we who feel the worthiness
af this ideal must not be deterred.
Wewho have vision to see be-
yond the horizon must not lose
faith. It is not we who are ask-
ed to make sacrifices, or to as-
some Irisks, but it is our pioneers,
wh ook to us for succor, ard
poe thmslv too te hany ha
ships involved in this vast under.
taking. We, the Jews of the di.
apora must con anue to gveh o
ings, and animate pride and en.
thusiasm in our work, and in our
organization. Perhaps those wo-
who -bcaus oo ign rne,o and
those who do not wish to ally
thmselves with a Jewish canne--
may cateih a spark from the ra i
anewhc our Hadassah spi i
enll reefleet and which will awtak*
e hir consciousness. -
fladassah brings a greater ap-
preciation of Jewlah values to as.
Itoffers every woman an oppor-
tunity for genuine, happies& No
One has learned the true meaning
of living a happy. life, antil be
has surrendered his ego, to the
aervices of his fellowmnen. Had-
assah is a portal through wrhich
we can enter anld reca~pture the
enlture and spirit of our fore-
fathers. It ~is the golden opaPos"
tP7t We have set transmittfor
o" enlture sad laheitanoe
Itenagh our edacrteadel 9progress.
ctnourages as~ Ao solpvtekr rad
ton-h wthHDrw al ch Hern'
mon as usual.
h "oll wng the servees a social
The regular weekly Sunday
night card party of Beth El Sis-
te'rhoodi was held at the Commun-
ity House with Mrs. John Wolf
as hostess. Prizes were awarded
for high scores and delicious ~re-
freshments were served.
The regular semi-monthly meet-
ing of Beth El Sisterhood was
held at the home of Mrs. J. Snei.
der last Tuesday night when im-
portant business was discussed.
Plans for a number of affairs
were made. Delicious refreshments
were served at the close of the
Time tries the truth in every-
Loyalty is sometimes another
name for stupidity.
Every man has his price-andl
most of them are cut prices*
A tat woman w11 do almost
anythmsg to become thin--exceept
qui e tng.
I I I:
We may be queer, but somehow
we can not get enthusiastic over
a grand opera star in the movies.
All men with curly hair are
base ball "fiends." Also men with
straight hair. Ditto men with no
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TheO J~ Wh 1 is pleasure, then the Jew seem
A *ai to live, day and nigrt, with hir
Afraidarm figuratively above his head
--- warding off blows. Nor do I mean
ou In the second year of the Great by this his rightful combining
V ~ar littl as guest for a while with his fellow-Jews on occasion
l ite rosy-cheeked blue-eyed as recently on the proposed Im
ir sailor boy, whose right arm, six migration Bill, to avert or palli
th weeksbb~efore he came to us, had ate definite proceedings inimical te
d- be n bown off by a shell that
f.killed many of his mates. He had Jews as a wohle. What I have
recovered both his health and his in mind is a deep unremitting
mj spirits with speed and thorough- fear, wry fruit of centuries of suf
is ness. During the day he smoked fering stored up within the mem
Id and strolled and ate and drank ory of the race. Beneath the sur
e, and told yarns and looked up his face ease of the prosperous Amer
r- friends on the ships in dock or in ican or Souh African or even
d.the naval hospital with cheery English citizen of Jewish birth
g energy. But at night he was not this fear too often lies hid, un-
-so cheerful. After dark his arm realized by the prosperous citizen
t was apt to begin to hurt, not at itself, deathless as only a race
s the end of the neat stump, but at memory can be. The Jews, like
-the permanently missing finger other oppressed races tolerate very
I, tips. He went to bed early as a little criticism, even from within,
It rule,m dinslepin so ndly enough identifying it far too easily with
g ever, heossedg and moa dlp how- hostility. The prevalence of this
-vr he osdadmae; and I fear, therefore, and the many cur-
if he was awakened suddenly he Iious forms it takes, are not oft-
h started up, started up with an un- en discussed. Yet no aspect of
childish curse or shiek, but fend- the Jewish character in modern
ing off, like a ver child, wth tie smr infcn rmr
this good arm, evilryr hurt, Lfe imesismoe igifcat r o
j ad s ekaher ydr mslim, Fear s an ugly thing. The rem-
Spected and dreaded to be struck inicent fear. of the Jewm is noy
-taan assume are so many and so
The Jew often reminds me of strange that to contemplate them
that little sailor. Not in the coun- Ihas a fascination almost aesthetic.
tries where he moves under mani- The passion of the Jew for praise
i fest and terrible disabilities, and is one of the most interesting of
where his whole being is aware, these forms. Jews who individ-
with good reason, that the peace- lually are shrewd business or pro-
ful poverty of today may turn to fessional men, men who by train-
the pogrom of tomorrow. In those (ing and temperament are keen
lands the Jew wears his suffer- judges of values, will listen with
ings and his terrors with a cer- a lbeam~ing smile, beat the handles
tain immemorial dignity. What he of their knives on the tables,
wtitus hs moddtoo an aceptac Ih ted H adon wilesome pu ;
of unhappiness as the natural at- lic man with a most palpabe axe
mosphere of his existence. For to grind praises them in terms so
even at this distance from the gross that they are in themselves
Dispersion, unhappiness seems a~n inslut to the taste and the in-
more natural to his mind, more telligence of the listeners. There
nqttural to his heart, than the ac' is only one essential qualification
ceptance of happiness as a norm Ifor such a speaker. He must not
whnc wthh ethe na uples sdharp be ra Je himself sFer ht i raee
fering. That which he unhope- tical faculties and humor and dig-
fully expects lends to his hour nity in the relaxing relief of feel-
to hour daily lige a stoicism not ing that here can be no enemy,
cheerful but threaded with an un- Ithat this man at least-and there
affected and scarcely embittered must be some others like him-
humor, thinks we are good fellows after
When, however, he is out of the all.
worst of the fight, so to speak, (To be continued)
when some windfall or some kind -- ----
yeatv e th f sereare svn f n6 Th a i S n g
where pogroms are not as yet in -4
fashion, and where he will be WIOD, SUNDAY 11 A. M
positively encouraged to dress and TO 12 NOON
spak ad vte ]lke his non-Jew-
is nei hbo s--when hemay sleep RABBI S. M. ACHTEI
in peace an wl h tet Drco
nurture Jewish life and Jewish "What is Chomets,--Leaven?"
standards of living. will be the subject of the sermon
In conclusion I want to express by Rabbi S. M. Madcht'ei, founder
a hope that this discourse will and director of the Radio Syna-
give to you added courage, a bet- gog, over WIOD at 11 a. m. on
ter understanding, and strengthen Sunday, April 10. In addition to
your own belief in this cause. May the sermon there will be hymns,
your faith and optimism be re- prayers, scripture reading, and a
'newed, for progress can only be question box. In response to num-
accomplished by faith and optim- erus requests that a student
ism, which are the creative forces group be formed, Rabbi Machtei
in life. Help redeem this land, is competing the plans and ar-
and it will redeem your soul. Ci rne nt a notcmn r
unstintingly of your time and ef- the tme and place of the meeting
fort, and do so with all your of the study group still be made
heart, for the "Gift without the during the services on Sjunday
Giver is bare". Eadassah needs morning. The classes will be open
yon and you need Hadassah. Re- to all,--edults who are faterested
dedicate yourself, and give your in the study of applied practlest
best, to the "cause which calls out religion.
only the best in you.
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to equal it. So are all the Mani-
schewitz Matso Products. Mani-
schewitz is synonymous with ex-
cellence in every 'detail .. from
the flour to the completed pacr-
A wise man can not increase the
wisdom of a fool.
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H~rAOSS~d 804d ZISHSOaI
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
Under Supervision of
RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
The Radio Synagog
RABBI L. AXELROD
Cong. Beth Jacob, Miami Beach
RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN
Miami~ewish Orthodox Cong~iami
Home Milkr Producers Ass'n.
769 N. W. 18th Ter., Miami, Fla.
(Facsimile of label)
Friday, April 8.
' Senator Jim Ham Lewis who A traffic officer in Glens Falls, I"What could be better fun that
appeared in the Senate chamber N. Y., stopped an ordinary sedan jumping into a Chinese junk ant
clad in a stiff-bosomed white containing a driver and 11 friends. sailing up 'a Chinese river?" ask
shirt, green collar, red necktie, Rail statistics also showed increas- Ithe film actor, Clark Gable. Wa t
.brown suit and buff spats has dis- led car loadings for February. ing for a second though.
pelled any rumors that in the com- ! !-
ing election he will be a "dark"' When you hear a loud mouth The longer you' live the longer:
'horse. /you have usually located a sucker. you havFe to suffer.
At a well attended meeting of
the Sisterhood of Chesed Shel I
Emes held at the Beth David Tal-
mud Torah auditorium last Tues-
day plans were discussed for the
inauguration of a membership
campaign to be begun shortly. An
appeal was made that all resi-
dents of the Greater Miami Dis-
trict be urged to contribute cloth-
ing and wearables for the Run--
mage Sale being conducted by the
organization. In view of the gen-
eral Passover cleanup all are
urged to phone either 2-3337 or
5-1925 and the clothes will be
THE FESTIVAL OF PASSOVER
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Prejudice, hatred, the spectre of
was, all these 14r~ead calamities
bring home to us the need for a
continuation of the struggle for
liberty. "Eternal vigilance is the
price of liberty,'' a sage of the
eighteenth century wrote. But t
long before that the Jewish Peo-
ple realized this and so instituted
the Festival of Pass t~er, during
which the loyal Jew is in duty
bound to tell and retell -the
story of the exodus from Egypt.
In this manner each generation of
Jews is imbued with this spirit
of and desire for freedom.
Jewran dhits fairT.An etshtht
they sing the Hymn of Liberty
and in unison they resolve not to
kneel before the oppressor and the
Today in this age of boasted
modecism and im sistne of all sci-
beings, not Jews alone, are still
groaning beneath the yoke of the
with its glowing story of the tran-
sition from slavery to liberty, and
bids mankind, suffering, troubled
humanity, to take hope and cour.
Passover is the Festival of Opti-
P ssover bn& iess bo t 1 of ve
are suffering, and who sit down
at the Seder Table with all the
symbols of the glorious Festival
of Freetiom before them. There
are Matmos, the Bitter Herbs, the
Charousouth and other symbols.
And particularly the Matmos, "the
eo ednot the" a of edcoan 'e
Special care will be taken in re-
spect to the Matso, the piece de 0~
resistance of the Seder Table.
It will mean, Of course, the best
Matzo obtainable. And this is
MANISCHEWITZ HATZO. None
Inmm nl~ = 1 1= = = 1
If You Are Interested
In Favor of a
dade Cou try en't fai o te n
tend an organization meeting
Wednesday, April 13th*
at 8:30 P. M.
Little Roumanian Restaurant
220 N. M~iami Ave.
769 N. W. 18th Terrace, M~iami, Fla.
508 8. E. 6th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Phones 2-7898h- 2-76 1
mr~ ~crufPZf F~.~Rl~n~dN
C~ A II E'I FUL
EVERYTHING that goes to make the Passover a holiday of
joy and happiness, must comply with the strict rule of
uKashrus B'lee Ch'Shash Chomaytz". Matzos, wine, sugar,
cOfb@, honey, everything bears the signature of a recognized
Rb to prevent errors.
IILK and dairy products, in particular, must be carefully
guarded to insure the observance of a "Kosher Passover".
The signatures of Miami's recognized Rabbis appear upon
every bottle, container or package of our dairy products.
INSURE THEY ARE "KOSHER L'PESACH" by looking
for the label, the facsimile of which appears in this adver-
NONE OTHERS ARE KOSHER
NONE OTHERS MAY BE USED FOR PASSOVER
MILK --------------...~.............18 QT.
BUT TE R c-------------......5 L- B.
HEAVY SWEET RECREAIM ..........60c PT.
HEAVY SOUR CREAM ......45e PT.
COTTAGE CHEESE ..~_~~__~25e LB.
PlCe YOur Orders Now to Insure Delivery
MIAMI HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASS'N
THE ONLY DAIRY HAVING THE EXCLUSIVE
SUPERVISION OF MIAMI'S RABBIS
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