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# 'Jewish floridiai in I I.ORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY Vol. '•• No' MIAMI, I IORIDA, IRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1933. Price Five Cents Beach Rabbi Resigns Pulpit ANTI-SEMITISM //, Causes ami Cures Anti-Semitism is as old as the jevish people. With the formation Coming as a distinct shuck and of a Jewish national unit anti-Semsurprise to the .Jewish community iiiMii v. born. Already the Penta"> Miami and Miami Beach was the leuch tells us Dt a wave ol antiresignation last week of Rabbi LazEgypt. Aiiir urveying arm Axelrod from the pulpit cl Jewish history ol three millenla, we lil!l1 Jacob congregation, Miami ... ite iiiai anti-Semitism Beach. basnevet ceased to embitter and to Rabbi Axelrod ii a native ol Uvthe lives ol our people erpool. Eng.. received his Then are three different kinds ol secular and Hebrew education. \\< emltism, different, ol course, subsequently attended tinfamous only m motive but not m effect. We Hebron Yeshlva in Palestine where ilsh between iat religious, after six years he received his "Sml,b, economical, (O racial aimC ha" from Mich famous rabbi-, as Semitlsm. Indeed, the.se three muRabbi Moshe Mordecai Epstein, dean lives are usually combined, but recut the Hebron Yeshlva; Rabbi teer ord ol anti-Semitic movements, in zalman Meltzer, and Rabbis Hur%  rhlcn either of these three motives n,. Rivlin and Polonsky of the Local Cantor To Huge Protest j • Give Concert Meeting Held 'Announcements. was pic dominant, are not ol rare occurrence ill our long history of .-ulli imps. Jerusalem Beth Din. Rabbi Axelrod came to this country the day ol the Hebron massacre in 1929 and then Anti-Semitism in the middle ages, accepted the position of principal ot especially that in the tune of the the Ahavas Achim school in Atlancrusaders and in the period of the Inquisition in Spain, was mainly reanti-Semitlsm. For the reCatholics the Jew was the murderer of Christ, therefore they considered it their holy duty to either onvei t the "unbelii to murder them. Hundreds Of thousands of J( I.. Oa. In 1931 he came tu Miami tu accept the position as rabbi ol Beth Jacob congregation. Miami Beach, where alter one years successful work he was unanimously reelected. During his Incumbency as rabbi ol the local congregation he organized the Miami Beach Jewish Social Set, ol winch he is the honeli lives In the middle ages orary president, helped raise four and dollars towards the purchase ol a lot adjoining the present synagog for development as a munity centre site. Rabbi Axelrod has written extensively for a numbei and at the dawn ol modern times mnl ol their religious fanaln that anti-Semitic movement the religious motive was An even) looked forward to by With more than a thousand Jews both residents and tourists of the and non-Jews iilhni! the large TemOreater Miami district is the annual pie Israel auditorium. Miami voiced concert featuring Cantor Boris its Indignation lasl Monday night Schlachman and assisting artist.-, m against Hitler and the atrocities a program Ol Jewish music. The atcommitted against the Jews m Gerfair which will be held at Congremany. Following prayer by Rabbi Max .Shapiro, the meeting was opened with a long statement by Harry Simonhoff, the chairman, who told of the purposes ol the meeting Father Barry of St. Patrick's church al Miami Beach, then spoke and joined in the condemnation ol the German authorities tor the outrages against the Jews. He was followed by Dr. J. L. White oi the First Baptist church of Miami, a leading Baptist clergyman ol the south who in no uncertain termexpressed his Indignation, and who told ol the Indignation ol the entire Baptist faith and their feelings in the matter as that Of sympathy with the Jews and denunciation of Hitler and hiassociates. Dr. Leon Zolotkolf. former assistant district attorney of Chicago and one of the staff editors Ol The Jewish Morning Journal then spoke at length and read excerpts Ol the Hitler platform, and described numerous outrages In Get many While the platform eomTEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform! 1.17 N. E. Nineteenth Strict in:. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Itabbi ilar Friday services win begin at 8:15 During the services. Fred Bulbin, son Ol Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin ot 12119 N. W. Fifth street will be Bar Mitzva Dr. Kaplan has chosen for his subject, "Like the Sands at the Seashore." Assisting in the services will be Masters Stuart Simon. Edward Rubin. Melvin Katz and Seymour Rubin. After the services, the parents of the Bar Mitzva will hold a reception in Kaplan hall. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 139 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN gation Beth Jacob. Miami Beach will present Cantor Boris Schlachman In a program ol liturgical music, Jewish folk songs and operatii selections. He Will be assisted by a pianiste and violinist who will present several appropriate selections A number ol prominent guest artists now In Miami Beach will assist Cai.hlachman In rounding out the evening's program. Cantor Schlachman. who is now completing his lourth consecutive year as cantor ol Regular services begin at 5:30 with the late services at 8 p.m. when Rabbi Max Shapiro will preach a sermon on "Nazis and Jews — Is a Better Understanding Possible Between Them?" Cantor Louis Hayman will lead the Choir in the congregation siimmg and chanting. A social hour will follow in the Talmud Torah hall. Saturday morning mlttee was preparing to read its reservices begin at 8:30 a.m. Mincha port. Mrs Herbert u. Feibelman services at 5:30 followed by the Marsang a selection, accompanied by riv .services. the organ. The resolutions of tin committee were then read and approved unanimously by the entire assembly. Rev. Daniel Iverson oi the Shenandoah church spoke feelingly and expressed the hope that the predominant, it should, however, not „, Anglo-Jewish periodicals includn that also the economic ,,,. ,„. London Jewish Chronicle, m was to a certain degree In, %  .„. Boston Advocate, The Chi nil The* Jews of those days Reflex The Southern Israelite and luded by law from all proTi „. ,;,.„,,., Fiorldlan. For a short |!(Ii _,.„.„,> ,.„„,_.,,.-ition. has beer, outrages would cease, and urged the ind trade ;. %  .„„. | aS | yea r he edited and pub,..,,„„,' m oin( ",, the largest synaJewlsh "'"i )lr "'" '" lose hope i king lias naturally cnabJews to become wealthier ir fellow citizens, ho were ;n the less profitable I lot Tins resulted In MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) IMS S. W. Third Street JONAH E. CAPLAN. Rabbi Regular Friday evening sei The Jacobean oi Miami gog S j n the country and has received Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan thn begin at 5:45 p.m. with the late ser... now out Ol existence. universal praise for his true intermade a Stirring address In which vices lollowing at 8:30 p. m. when has: Saturday morning Raboi A.xp] c i| r|j j ew |g n music, particuhe told 01 the feelings ot the Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will preach eirod delivered his farewell address |. u .| y liturgical numbers in accord Jewish people, and the indignation a sermon on "Sacrifices —Then and at the synagog to B crowded congrenl( ^ traditional renditions of lainwhich every human being fell at Now." The usual congregational "' the "rich Jew." ,, wno ca me to hear him, In ous can tors ol the past, He possessuch happenings in these &.<\-. in singing and chanting will be had. louncing his resignation he told M ., ., robust baritone voice which words which showed the deep feelSaturday morning services begin at IIJ. gave birth to the wish ol the Jew ot his rich. Ii h could only too easily be In modern times this religious '• ll m vanished. Mankind i nllghtened enough to unot his ambitions and plans tor the h;ls ,„.,.,, praised by voice teach, is future m the rabbinical field, and explained that he felt it his duty to sacrifice present material advantages because ol his plans for ture Mr. Philip Liberinan. president ings and stress lie was laboring un9 a.m. and Mincha services at 5 p.m der. he denounced Hitler and his asto be lollowed by the Shalosh Saudd thai every human being la 0l tne congregation, spoke for the ; to religious freedom. office) and members of the congreBt the granting ot religious free„.,,„,„ and expressed their deep redum in all civilized countries did not gret B) hls leaving the synagog, and anti-Semitism. In lieu ot Ilu n ;l ,,, 1( l llt -,t i that a substantial ,t,',,,: Synagog Dinner Hears Artists sociates. Rabbi S. M. Machtei of the Radio Synagog then spoke bi icily and was followed by Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan of the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation, who made the closing prayer ah and Marriv services. hie religious anti-Semitism ol the ages, it.s secondary factor, the nical motive, became now the and nearly only Justification 'or anti-Semitism. The Jew who chosen commerce and bank, : liis own free will, but was | to II was now blamed tor engaged in these professions only. He was blamed for bis riches, 'or his intelligence and tor what ""' He was and is held responsible : '" i conomlc crisis. The new science ol anthropology has furnished another argument and motive lor anti-Semitism, namely, the racial motive. Men. who ciailiied '" be scholars, tried to prove that Ol Ml existent races, the Semitic, and here especially the Jewish race. I the most inferior one The underlying principle of Hit: "".-iti is as they call it. "die Rassenthe racial problem. The Weologista of the Hitleriatic movem<, 'it wish to convince the Germanic WO rici that they, the 'Norgift had been presented to the rabbi by the congregation as a small token oi the deep appreciation thai the regation felt tor the splendid ervlces Ol Rabbi Axelrod. dies." are the chosen people, having B .lean and tine character, a high Intelligence and a sublime ethics Whereat, the Jews, the "Sen. are as black In character and eth.c as is usually their hair. The challengers "t modern anti-Semitism l he mam basis ol which is the racial argument, are too well known to dwell upon them at length. But the racial motive is not the only ractor of modem anti-Semlt,..,,, Together with it goes the economical motive. For the present terrible world-crisis nobody la blamed but the historic scape-goat, the Jew. The ideologists use the economical distress of millions of people for their purposes, and direct the geniContinurd on Page Six) More than a hundred guests attended the congregational dinnei sponsored by the Ladies' auxiliary ol the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation last Sunday night at the vestry rooms ol its synagogue. Rabbi Jonah E, Caplan made the opening prayer and was followed by a brlel address of welcome on behalf of the auxiliary and the congregation by Milton Werner, president of the congregation, who acted as toastmaster Mrs. Ida Buckstein. past president of the Ladies' auxiliary and Mr. M. \\e:i: lock, prominent communal worker of Far Rockaway. N. Y„ spoke briefly. Cantor Nathan Wroobel and M. Chochom sang and recited during the evening. In charge of arrangements were Mrs. Nathan Adelman. chairman, assisted by Mrs. Athletic Club Inducts Members Last Wednesday night the Hebrew Athletic club held its first initiation ol members when a (lass of 15 were conducted through elaborate rites. In charge of the ceremonies was a committee headed by Milton Klein. Following the initiation ceremonies refreshments were served. Preceding the ceremonies a brief business meeting was held. Plans for a ping pong tournament were discussed, and a dance and beach party to be CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) .111 Washington Ave.. Miami Beoch Regular Friday evening services begin at 5:80 with the late services at 8:30 when a prominent lay speaker will address the congregation. Cantor Boris Schlachman will chant the services and lead the congregational singing Saturday morning services begin at H 30 a.m. Mincha services at 5:30 with the Marriv serI Ices lollowing. Children Sader To Be Held Here Max Rappaport. Mrs. William MechI held soon were also decided on. Deflovvitz. Mrs. Max Kupferstein. Mrs. M. Rosenblum of Butler. Pa.. Mrs. Louis Pallott. Mrs. N. Abramson. Miss Rachel Adelman, H. M. Drevitch. Milton Weiner, Mrs. Charles Feldman and Mrs. William Clein. inite details will appear in an early issue. All desiring to join the diamondball team are urged to report promptly next Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock in Flamingo park, for practice. The annual Children's Sader of the Talmud Torah and Sundayschool of the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation will be held on Sunday. April 9. beginning promptly at .i p.m. The complete ritual of the Sader will be followed and explained by the children under the supervision of Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Mrs. Ida Buckstein. past president of the Ladies' auxiliary, which is arranging the affair, is chairman of the committee in charge. I



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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, March 31. 1933 Thi' long awaited Donor's luncheon sponsored annually by the Miami chapter of Senior Hadassah will be held on April 24 in the garden of the home of Mrs. J. Williamson at Miami Beach. Mrs. Barney Weinkle is chairman of the committee directing the affair. Reservations may be made with her. Cantor Boris Schlachman of Beth Jacob congregation. Miami Beach. will conduct the traditional Sader at the Sea Breeze hotel. Miami Beach, the first nights of Passover. according to an announcement by the management. Every arrangement has been made to insure a real pleasant and enjoyable traditional over. The Senior Council ol Jewish Women held its meeting at the blue room of the Ponce de Leon hotel last Wednesday afternoon with the president, Mrs. Bernard Simon, presiding, A nominating committee to recommend officers for the coming year, which will report in April, was HOMl SERVICE LAUNDRY Mrs. Clara I). Kersey. Prop, 1225 S. W. 6th St. SPECIAL 20 His. Rough l)rv. $1.00 Flat Work Finished .*.—. i •:• Dr. A. T. Knowles j i 2936 N. W. 17th AT*. I'hont 2-7.100 | MODERN PET HOSPITAL l.nrue Inditidual HnnrrlinK Run* I Effective Tirk Medicine Sold Large Indtv Effective i WINE GRAPES J H California Win*? (.rapr* Fine for Juice — Ready Now %  %  P Pricen Cheaper than Last Year %  KLEFEKER PRODI CE. INC. !" m _\\ Miami Ave. at Tlh St.Phone 2-023.1" a a %  appointed with Mrs. Isidore Cohen as chairman. Mrs. P. Schelnberg, chairman, will be assisted by Mrs. Morris Dubler and Mrs. Isidor Cohen in providing Passover baskets for needy Jewish families. • Word has just been received here of the birth of a baby daughter to i Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brechner of Bronx. New York, last week. The baby lias been named Marilyn Sonya. Mrs. Jack Brechner is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. Scolnick of the New York Bread A: Cake Company of this city and was well known and liked here. ... Mr. Michael Kovensky ol NewYork City, is spending several wicks here With his brother. Mr. Max Kovensky of Max's Delicatessen. This is his first visit to the Miami district. • • The attention ol our readers is directed to the prize contest now being fostered by Rich-Flo Vanilla through the Fountain A: Supply Company of Miami as set out in our advertising columns. The contest will close on April 30. The bridge which was to have been held last week by Junior Hadassah has been postponed and will j be held at a date to be announced shortly, An Important meeting ol the board Ol directors of the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation will be held at the synagogue next Tuesday night, April 4. when Important business will be transacted. Plans are now being made for a formal installation of the officers ol Beth Jacob and a farewell to Rabbi Lazarus Axelrod. who recently severed his connections with the congregation. nDB ^133^ IN HONOR of PASSOVER On Passover the choicest of everything distinguishes the Jewish Home. Manischewitz Matzo and Matzo products are the choicest of their kind produced in the largest Kosher Matzo Bakery in the world. In demand everywhere. ( MANISCHEWITZ L MATZO J New Washington Market, Inc. I i.il,li-h, ,1 Sinr IMS PRICES RIGHT 1601-3 8. W. nth St. Meats. Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables WE DELIVER PHONE .1-1281 MAXWELL HOUSE There Is A Retson! We are aervinK a dinner wnrth a dollar for 60c, anil are running to capacity, Come out and make ui prove it. Steak, chops, MS food, fried chicken, smothered chicken, hot rolls, home made pies, real coffoa. Si ial turkey rlinner every Sunday, 12 niwin to H p.m. MAXWELL HOUSE gl IT 8. W. -th St. iTamiami Trail) Phone 2-.1922 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gorshel of Boston. Mass.. who were visiting their mother, Mrs. R. Yunes of this city, for the past 10 days will leave today to return to their home. Mr Gorshel is a prominent attorney Of Boston. Miss Sara Bergman of West Palm Beach and Miss El.sie I'tiiiiiap. Ol Jacksonville arc guests Of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oliphant, A very pretty affair was the bridge held at the Strath Haven hotel last Tuesday by the Senior Hadas large number of tourists ent and beautiful prizes were awarded for high scores, in charge ol arrangements were Mrs Mannie Wesson and Mrs. Barney Weinkle. who were assisted by Mrs. Sam Simon hofT and Mrs. Max Dobrin. a a • Mrs. Philip BerkowitZ is now a patient at the University hospital, where she will remain a short time lor observation. When the Jewish housewife uoes in the Plumbing Department Store of Markowitz and Resnlck, she has the advantage of being able in si '•• Cl various style-, ol the famous M Chel gas ranges. The added advantage of being able lo obtain the -love for remarkably low paymentIs another reason why the J' wish home should be given the added beauty and facility til these money saving ranges, at the Passovi son. Sinks fully installed at n markably cheap prices are also <>ffered, so that Pesach may be made a thing of joy and happiness, and freedom from drudgery given to the woman of the home. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gordon ol Troy. N. Y celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Saturday night at the Madison hotel The lobby of the hotel was decorated in gold and favors reflected the same shade. Cantor Boris Schlachman of Beth Jacob synagogue sang Jewish folk songs; short talks were made by Bavid Levine of New York and H. Goodman of Norfolk. Va. One hundred guests attended. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon have resided in Troy 61 years and will return there about the first of May and will then have another celebration with their children and old friends attending. • • Mr. and Mrs. S. Rosenblum of Butler. Pa., will leave by auto for their home Sunday morning after having spent the winter in Miami. They have been winter visitors here for a long number of years. Mrs. Rosenblum was active in the work of the Ladies' auxiliary of the MiI ami Jewish Orthodox congregation during her stay here, and her husj band was active in the eongrega! tional work. •NO OTHBR MATZO LIKE IT Under New Management Garage and Service Station General Repairing RICHARD D. SMITH 2432 S. W. Eighth Street Royal Typewriters Newjind Factory Rebuilt Portables. S29.50 to S60.00 B. W. THAC'KER, I-oeal Dealer 210 N. K. 2nd SI. Phone 2-011.', Protect Your Property Miami Burglar Alarm Go. c. C. HODOK8 IMI B. W. 10th St. Phone 2-0833 111,' Workmen's Circle hall was beautifully decorated last Sunday evening when the thirtieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. B. Chi ltkofT, active workers in the organization, was celebrated. More than two hundred guests attended and enjoyed the program of entertainment. Mi M. Oreenberg, wellknown Jewish actor, sang a number ol selections, and Mr. Kainmskv of York acted as toastmaster. During the evening many of the were Introduced and spoke briefly ol the work of the ChertkorTs m the community, and extended felicitations to the celebrants and guests of honor. A beautiful :. behalf ol the Women's dub ol tlic Workmen's circle was pred to the guests ol honor. Mr. and Mrs. Cheitkoff. with appropriate remarks, A number oi telegrams were reo Ived from out of town cit;. Following the program a bullet supper was served. Mr. and Mrs. Chertkofl have been residents of Miami for a number oi years and have been actively engaged in the grocery business here. They have devoted much ol lheir lime to the work of the Yiddish Schule ol the Workmen's circle and such kindred activities. Down on the Tainiaiin trail, not too closi to prevent convenient, comfortable parking, but situated in ani surroundings is the Maxwell House, located at 12147 S. W. Eighth street when lor 5(1 cents one may uet a lull course home-cooked meal, with pastries that arc exceptionally delicious. Sunday dinners are special events but no bigger pruts Restful surroundings, homey atmosphere, delightful popular prices, home cooked meals what more can one ask'.' At the board meeting ol the Junior Council ol Jewish Women held last Tut-day nlghl at the Ponce de Leon hotel, plans lor the subscription dance being sponsored by the organization on Tuesday evening. April 4. were announced. The affair, which will be held at Auby s lagoon, Miami Beach, will have a soe. cial floor show for the entertainment of the guests. MLss Fay Sheldon is chairman of the cornmiu w in charge of arrangements. mi ^ being assisted by Millie Drcisen. Bessie WernikofT, Claire Simon. May Levin. Miriam Scheinberg and. Harriet Kantor. Reservations may be made with Miss Sheldon at 321 g Flagler street. • On Tuesday evening. April i 0 ih e Junior Council of Jewish Women v. ill meet at the Ponce de Leon hotel with Miss Harriet Kantor in charge of the program. All members are iimed to attend this meeting, IfivoO; W. Flagler st 8th • Phonr MHI I Sunday nnd Monday, April 2-3 { "The Phantom President" with t.rorae M. Cohan. rlaiinYlti' Colbert and Jimm> Durintr i Notice THK l>AI>K COUNTY BBGURITY CO* 117 N. K. I*! Avt. Will inopen for buslncH From I'M a.m. lo 5:30 pan., except Saturday from :30 a.m. in 12 noon. \n persons Indebted in the company vi ill be expected to make prompt payment* in Accordance with % %  < r Agreement* previously enter* % %  •I ini" by the company in <>r MODERN FIREPROOF WAREHOl SES: linn N. 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hr ,day, March 31, 193 3. THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by the %  WISH 1 I.OKIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. J( H. (). II... 2973 Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183 EXECUTIVE OFFICES: IH.1I Sc.urily Bids. PhMM 2-6(93 EDITORIAL OFFICES) (-1 s. W. I"' 1 Avenue Phone 2-1183 J, LOUIS SIIOCIIET, Editor %  DWAKD < AW. IN. Advntlalng Manager KKIII K. JHOCHBT, Circulation Manager ., MCOIld elu s matter July 4, %  I, |*na( Offico at Miami. Florid*. •adcV lh Act ..f Mnr.n 3, 1K71I. HIST PALM BEACH OFFICE III F.iuhth Street Mr*. H. Srhrebnitk. Repreaentatfve SUBSCRIPTION Siv Manilla $ 1.00 line Vrnr 1 2.00 FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1933. Vol. 6, No. 13. Page Three In Opportunity Lost Seldom has Miami and its surrounding territory seen so large an audience of sympathetic, solemn, serious and thinking men and women as ii witnessed last Monday night ai Temple Israel when the protest against Hitler was held. Not often have we beheld an audli Jews and non-Jews who came to be stirred as never before in the history of thus city. The opportunity to deliver a telling blow in ill. interests o! humanity and Jewry was there. And yet yet. the gross mismanagement and inaptitude of those in charge it all. to put it mildly, a fizzle. mal the meeting began long cheduled time. A brief prayer was delivered by the worthy rabbi of Beth David and appropriately phrased as it was. should have been rial lor addresses that would stir the heart, awaken the mind and arouse the listeners to pitches of talon that would have been felt hout the world. Instead listless, inaudible monotone droning of reasons and purposes by itleman who evidently lcrgot riousness of the occasion. Men and women fidgeted they stirred about they talked among themto keep from drowsing. At 'he gentleman concluded. A id, well-phrased and heartfelt talk by a Catholic clergyman followed. All began to pay attention, word could be heard. You could see the tenseness of the situation. The people were beginning to id. Then came words of eni ment from stately Dr. White, highly respected Baptist minister and estimable citizen. He represented not himself alone, but four million members of the Southern Baptist church. One could sense the sincerity of his feelings, that they wire not mere words, being bandied 'dly about. And then and then came the real debacle of the entire meeting. We have known Dr. Zolotkoff for wore than 20 years. We yield to "one In our respect for his abilities, 'or his service to the Jewish people, for his contributions to literature nd his sacrifices for Palestine. As a writer we rank him with the fore"Wst. As a speaker for 35 minutes he kept talking five feet 'rom the platform his voice was inaudible. Just noise noise Boise. People began to get up and ''i'k out. Jews as well as Gentiles became restless, began muttering. The lobby began to fill up with those •ho had been on the inside. They, too. were human and could stand just so much, and no more. Well, at last, the Cculah came and he, too. was finished. Right then and there, speakers of ability should have been presented. An effort should have been made to gain the ground that had been lost. But no There came the comedy of sending out the committee on resolutions to draft their report. iOf course, it had already been ready for some time.) Again a long, labored droning. A momentary threat of a disturbance, and at last the resolution had been passed. 01 course, the fact that it is customary to adopt resolutions at the conclusion ot a meeting and not otherwise, was entirely, conveniently forgotten because of the fact that the meeting was to end at 10 o'clock, and some gentleman might not have had the opportunity ol shining before so large an audience. And. agav UTCha might it not have been appropriate to have a Kayl Molay Rachamlm" recited for those that had been killed? Then there arose the ever likeable Dr. Iverson ol the shenandoah church. He loo. in wdrds thai had the ring of truth and sincerity, expn '(I himself in words that were plain and unvarnished against Hitlei and his crowd. He olfered words of sympathy, of understanding. The audience listened carefully, respectfully. A.* yet. no Jew had been heard to talk with feeling, with real indignation, with words that would awaken the mind, thrill the heart and stir the soul. Thank Heaven, the meeting was not a complete failure. Miami and Miamians should today be proud of Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of Tempi. Israel. He arose to speak. We began to fear that he too. might have been overcome by the evident lethargical attitude of those in charge of the meeting. Thank Heaven, it was different. With fire flashing from his eyes, he began to talk. The audience began to stir With renewed life, with renewed hope A Jew was speaking his heart The Jewish soul was crying out with anguish and pain. His brothers had been hurt, were being hurt and were suffering through no fault of their own. The maniacal cries of the anti-Semitic hordes, as they p cuted the Jews ol Germany under the despicable Hitler, could be heard as Rabbi Kaplan cried out to all the people. One could not help but feel that something had happened in the large auditorium. One sensed the feeling of relief that swept through everyone, both Jew and non Jew. Here was a Jewish representative speaking out what he had a right to say ... he feared none, because he was right. His very soul was stirred and so it found a ready response In the souls ol Jews and Gentiles A hear! thai speaks truth, cries out in suffering, never yet has failed to be heard, and heard with sympathy and understanding. But Dr. Kaplan was handicapped. He knew that there were others, colleagues of his, who should be heard before 10 o'clock arrived. And BO l,i concluded, much to soon, much too soon. Then came a listless talk, first because the time was too short, a men live minutes, and another rabbi still to be heard. The talk was over, and the Closing prayer heard by but a few. was made. A golden opportunity an opportunity worth while wasted and wasted miserably. Le( this meeting and its gross mismanagement be a lesson to all in the future. Choose but few to speak. Let the chairman preside, and not talk. Let tTiose speak whom nature has gifted with the ability to express themselves, honestly, sincerely, intelligently, interestingly and audibly! Let not personal self-interest stand higher than the common good. Let Us Learn from the Jews I Hull i more Catholic Riinu ) When it comes to the defense of the rights of their co-religionists and the members of their race, the Jews of the world set a fine example to us Catholics. The Jews are being persecuted in Germany. Their persecution arouses the indignation of every rightthinking man. All the world will join the Jews in their protest and their determination to awaken the indignation of every citizen who bans injustice and brutality. The Jews can depend upon the support Ol Catholics. They deserve it. The results of the Jews' determination is already bearing fruit. Newspapers in their editorials, in special feature articles and in cartoons are taking the side of the persecuted Jews. That is commendable and the Review applauds "hem. Only yesterday in The Baltimore Sun there was a cartoon in denunciation of the persecution of the Jews by Hitler's followers. But has The Baltimore Sun. has the secular press of the United states editorially or otherwise, protested against the persecution of Catholics in Soviet Russia, in Mexico. Spain and other countries? You know the answer. We Catholics as a rule are wishywashy. Let our co religionists In other countries take care of themselves. Do net demand that the newspapers of this country mould public opinion against such persecutions. That's the way we act. God pity us. It is about time for us Catholics to imitate the Jews, it is about time that we make known our hatred of persecution no matter whom the persecutions may affect. Let us reiuse to take it on the chin. The Jellyfish are walked on and squashed. Real men fight. THE 5^ "Faith is the substance of things | humane societies think of this? hoped for, the evidence of things not seen." "Dat mout seem like er hard sayin', mah bredderen an' mah sisteren; but to de seein' eye an' de incompatible mind an' onderstandin' heart it ain't no puzzlement whatsomever Knowledge am knowin'; faith am guessin'. Now, dem six little chilluns you set' in dat pew wid Sister Susan on one en' an' Brother Sam Johnson at de udder en', well Sister Susan she knows dem chilluns Is hern; dat's knowledge. Brother Johnson, he b'liOVe an' he hopes dem chilluns is hls'n — dat's faith." Her scarlet mouth was sweet beneath my own. A luscious flower, fragrant and full blown. Against her breast, my heart-beats in the night Grew more tumultous with each new delight. But In the pallid dawn I found that she Awoke no tranquil. Beshless joy in me. And then with calm, clear certainty I knew That my immortal soul belongs %  > you. Even a blind man can look for work. The less some men know, the more they tell. Ignorance frequently borrows garments and poses as wisdom. There are people who actually believe that their troubles interest others. Lovers may refuse to say good-bye forever and yet put In two or three hours at it. Don't think that because a man is idle he is a loafer. He may have a political job. Speaking of well-preserved women. Lot's wife was probably the best of the assortment. It's hard to gather a woman's meaning from her words, but nature has saved a few of them the trouble of making themselves plain. Sun gone from the sky. Birds gone from on high. You're gone, here am I Alone. Play clouds, like the sea. Gay crowds laughing— free, Gloom shrouds over me Alone. Star beams, and a sigh Tear gleams in each eye Heart dreams you and I Alone. Good beer, says a Milwaukee Though many have tried, the pebrewer warming to his subject. Is a culiar beneficial qualities of the i boon to the aged. Suggested theme South American tea. mate, had not |.song: "Just a Little Foam for the been fully developed or brought out i Old Folks." until Ma-Tay was produced by Charles M. Tannenbaum locally, j In Holly ood. where women are The slogan of Ma-Tay. "Imitated wearing pains on the street, it is no but Not Equalled." Is therefore very j longer possible for a man to hide beappropriate. The attempted imita, hind a woman's skirts unless he is tions arc rather a compliment to hung up in the closet, the producers of Ma-Tay. as a comparison will soon demonstrate. It We read of a man in Woodstock, is now obtainable at the best drug Ont.. who was married while in bed stores and soda fountains. with a broken leg. What will the Radio Synagog Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and director of the Radio Synagog, will preach over WIOD Sunday morning at 10 o'clock on "I Protest." This sermon will be devoted to a study of the conditions existing in Germany with regards to the Nazi persecutions of the Jews. In addition to the sermon there will be music, prayers and a question box. Cantor Boris Schlacjiman will be heard in a traditional chant. • • • Rabbi S. M. Machtei will lead the Bible study class at the home ol Maj. Kaufman Mandel. 3012 S. W. Eighth street, at 11 o'clock Sunday morning in the lesson for the day, Mitzrayim." The rabbi will reveal the scriptural terminology with reference to the Egyptian bondage and the Exodus w ueh resulted in the Revelation on Sinai. This class and its members d vote themselves to a study of scripture for its revelations as a guide to a 1 mankind. Everyone is welcome regi rdless ot religious affiliation. It was done without administering an anesthetic, too. Heaven may protect the working girl but nobody protects the guy she is working. Parole Chief: "Are there any other reasons you'd like to advance for being paroled at this lime?" Prisoner: "Yes: I'm supposed to visit my dentist every six months" Without my window stood a lovely fir. While jeering winter winds with fiendish mirth Lashed at her sides, bent low with snow and Ice, And seemed intent on crushing her to earth. In haste I sped and. shaking free her load. I watched her raise again her proud young crest. And. as I turned to go. I seemed to hear In singing branches gratitude expressed. A bill up for consideration in the Kansas legislature sets the punishment ol convicted kidnapers at "not more than life." Still pampering those wretches. At evening the sea birds sought Their island gatherings. Aiming their bent dark wings Against the wild wet gold. Slowly and one by one. The fishing boats came back. Their sails and mastheads black Against the dying sun. And in the rush of cold And salty wind, the light Blew out. and there was night For men. and the day's work done. Suggestion to men in public life: After searching the newspaper columns with a microscope, weeks on end. for a reference to yourself or your doings, and at last finding one, write to the editor as follows: "My attention has been called to an article in your journal, etc." A woman who died in Idaho last week had never seen a railroad, heard a radio, or ridden in an automobile, and knew nothing about the movies. That was when she was alive. The report doesn't say how they could tell when she was dead. The pingpong championship of the United States was won by a banker. Bankers have the football championships also —they being, at present, the footballs. If an emblem hasn't yet been designed for the Century of Progress exposition, may I suggest an image of a crab, progressing backward? "Travel," we observe, after measuring that bill for his wife's clothing which Jimmy Walker is ordered to pay. "travel is lengthening." Mustapha Kemal decrees there shall be no more whirling dervishes in Turkey. After giving over whole careers to their art, these unfortunates have nowhere to turn. The society opposed to the carrying of coals to Newcastle will look into the matter of banks buying ice at this time for their water coolers. I



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Page I'our THE JEWISH FLORI PI AN Friday, March 31, f •:• •;• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •;• •:• •:• •:• •;• •> •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• %  :• •:• • %  f+**+++++4 # Edited I') RABBI S. M. MACHTE1 I Direct Radio Synasog <>f America SL.NDAI MOKMM.S W'lOl), MIAMI, 1 LORIDA :• \l. 1. SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 1983. ;• ....;. .;. .;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;.....;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;. .; TRUE LOVE turi Reading, Lei., Chapter XIX, Verses 9-18, liwl. No. 16. f '.st; ol in.' commonest words in the langua t i "love." n is fclso the word thai is least understood and, therefore, the one whose Implied action, as a verb, inot carried out. Yen cannot lovi unless you know ii' meaning ol [!,, %  word. Vom %  .:. < %  : %  a man or woman are not Indicative oi true love merely b ou feel a certain elation in tin presence it Individual. You: Iven, do not prove love Your love for J tor all oi mankind is not assumed iron;' your demonstrated bestowal ol klndnes rha a par: ol love's rei may say, the smaller portion It Is not alone sayin kind things that prove love Ii Is mi omething el What he unplea I nni • %  object ir aih ctions. I ONCE heard a young man telling hi m found the is happj be married His moth Ho do you r and that you can make her h replied. "Why. moth':. I know her tastes. I know I have i em and i shall always ; I motliei on, sighed, and "But, son, do you know wl like? Do ; know what disp Do you know v. her?" The i ii admit %  d I hal I HI mi I lm to find oui before ntured into ma M i then only, are we truly In love with t ness Is typified by the cai rhi di celtful in thi animal kingdom, I •i Am the Cat." in Egypt they worshipped mi 1 am the Cat. i in j c all mi a myi When l catch and play with a mouse, they mil me crui I, Yi • thej take animals to keep In parks and zoos, that they maj %  it them. \. more thej pi rsecuh theii own human creatures; They shoot, they hang, thej ture them, yi I dare to call me cruel. Could they but see thi msel I. thi C hem, These hurffan creatures, berefl ol all freedom. Who rollOM in lm ruts others made long ages gone, Who have rings in their nosi know it not. inn otherwise wi are false. Falsea brand \ I • : kindm Wi : truly until unkind re. homi of one ai laith ind harmoi j Wi n in money ro] rrii d by the pecul. ni true i' I F wi fortitudi to check the unkind rei bj I : the inhuman m US, we •in.: monness ol the Em G d in which wi ited and we are blind to thi 1th God nd II h eai h ol lark tl : make up true lovi When our selfishn we are falsi to thi Ideal ol I [I we tudj hbor with on his likes, and I it out from our view, we can m show .. ..,: f r i e i, ; llrn towards our m bj thi excht endly notes we do not lovi our neighbors. But, whei with regard to I nd we refrain from tory, then wi are truly In love with him. When, in our daily inl %  nsid. ration for the feelings ol fellow en we avoid trampling under foot those things which to them an acred; when we place their discomfi rt above any plea FROM FARM TO CONSUMER PERRY'S DAIRY U /Wc-itf/c and K, tail PHONE 2-7221 For Quality Meats Call Dave Gottfried NORTHERN MARKET 147 v I.. I ir-i Avenue i'linnr 2•3323 Spend This Summer at %  THE Wm. PENN HOTEL I I no III,,. I,. Ir,,i.i o, ,.,in %  Miami Beach, Fla. %  %  I u rope .in and Ann-rii an Pi.in m Unusually Low Summer Rates Phone 5-3301 for Detailed Information I.. II. Griffith, Manaxer '//.w B v.v.v/.v.vv .v.\v. Louis, Your Hairdresser BEAUTY SALON | U/i,r, hiditidual Seriitt l\ (,/ien m %  Specializing in All Branches of Beauty Culture %  n!(,N,: % % %  • % %  Wl HAM YON ARCADE No. I Li_i_JLW %  % % % % %  „ ,, B ,, %  Oldest Ii Shop in Miami AMERICAN SHOE SHOP Miami's Best for Sluic Repairing IS S. MIAMI AVENUE C, K. BARRETT, Prop. Delaney & Beers Kodak Finishing and Knlarglnt iommrrrial Work and Home I'orlraiti 50% Off on All Amateur Work 212 N. E. Ilh St. Phone 2-SJSS lii the Heart of Your Neighborhood PIGGLY WIGGLY A Miami Institution lectricily IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVANT.. Use it! S IINSHIN[ ERVICL Som^ %  nil I to %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  I LAST DAY OF FLORIDA HORSE RACING QIQANTIC CHARITY PROGRAM TROPICAL PARK Entire Net Profits To Charity NELQVOL*? DRINK MA-TAY Cr Fountains anil Hot ties C "Imitated but Not Equalled'* c DAILY DOUBLE First and Third Races POST xiME :::n QUINIELAS Third and Sixth Races SEVEN FEATURE RACES ADMISSION Grand Stand 50c Club House $1.00 Tax Included. No Passes or Badges I lonored I. II



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,. r „ l3V March 31. 193 3. THE JEWISH FLORI DIAN rage Five PLAYING AT THE TlVOLl THEATRE ArranRemertts are being made for •lie girls' break dance of tne Junior Cowu'il of Jewish Women to be given on Sunday. April 23. at a place to be announced in an early issue of T | lf Jewish Floridian. Miss Ruth gontag Is chairman of the arrangements committee and is being as-istotl by Henrietta Hirsch. the Hisses Sara and Charlotte Kohn. Millie Dreisen and Harriet Kantor. In addition to the dancing a num. -ir entertainers will be on hand at a late hour. The same twinkle, the same under current of bubbling good humor that made her the beloved star of many silent films, are apparent in the screen characterizations of Mae Marsh today. Although the passage of time has made it impossible for her to portray Ingenue roles, it seems to have heightened her best qualities until today she is an artist capable of exat the Biscayne Plaza theatre, Miami Beach. Miss Kane recently won third prize in the Miss Florida con, test held at the Miami Biltmore hotel. • • • Hebrew Beginners" class for boys and girls of 10 years and over will be conducted by Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan at Temple Israel every Saturday morning at 9:30. Advanced classes will meet at 10 a.m. Saturday. Religious school of the temple is conducted every Sunday morning from 10 until noon. A board meeting of Betli David Sisterhood will be held at its Talmud Torah hall on Wednesday, April 5. when a luncheon will be held beginning at 12 M. All members are urged to attend. Mrs. Dave pressing the most subtle details oi | )ia rs in both roles —as the colorless Rubin and Mrs. Isidor Cohen will be a role. This richness of experience banker seeking the election and as h ecial meeting ol the entire is said to be especially noticeable in the glib medicine-show barker hired FREE CLAUDETTE COLBERT membership ol the Junior Council "Rebecca oi Sunnybrook Farm" in to pose for him. Miss Colbert is cast of Jewish Women will be held at wnlch she re-creates Rebecca's kindii. Ponce de Leon hotel for the '.v. sympathetic Aunt Jane whose tion ol important business, love lor the little girl from SunnyTinmeeting will be in charge of brook linds understanding expresUrs Mae Levin and Miss Gertrude -ion in the picture. Rappaport, who will present a proMarian Nixon, diminutive, goldenhaired, wistful, enacts the title role ol "Rebecca."' a Fox production that will be shown at the Seventh Avenue theatre next Sunday and Monday. Ralph Bellamy is seen in the romantic male lead, and Louise Closser Hale enacts Rebecca's other spinster aunt, the stern-faced, coldhearted Aunt Miranda • • More than four hundred residents and tourists attended the annual tram during the evening. All members are urged to attend. • • The Hebrew Athletic club will nold open house Sunday evening. April 2, at its Community Centre building. The public is urged to attend. • Belli Jacob Sunday school gave i surprise party last Tuesday evening at the synagog for Rabbi Lazarus Axelrod. Films dealing with spring festival and ball sponsored by camp life were shown and a beautithe Sisterhood of Beth Jacob con.:: was presented on behalf of gregation last Sunday night at the the children by Sidney Besvinick as Contributing to make the evening a token of appreciation. The rabbi Contributions to make the evening responded with a brief address of a gala affair were Chester Alexander hankRefreshments were served Live Poultry and Choice Fruits and Vegetables Price* Rtirht MRS. A. WALL tl'.-fifi City Terminal Markrt S. W. 2nd A*e. nnd -nd St. + Drs. Hart & Hart (Of Chicago) DR. JOHN J. IIAKT DR. MARY A. HART CHIROPODISTS Sine Years in Miami Suites 5 and 7 :!G East Flagler Street Phone 2-8538 + &f %  Where Choice Groceries, Fresh Vegetables and Passover Oil Heady fur you at price* that will make you call again! MIAMI BEACH (JROGERY GO. 1129-1131 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI 111 \< II + tMiami Stationery Company 7! N. K. Firal Street MIAMI. FLORIDA +— NEW LOCATION Kckroad's Garage 1156 S. W. 5th St. Authorized Kuaro llrake Service t'nion Batterie* Our Guarantee In Vour Inaurance OPEN DAY AND NIGHT and A! Parker, who delighted the guests with their clever entertainment. In charge ol arrangements were a committee headed by Mrs Barney Welnkle, who wai assisted by Cantor Boris Schlachman, Rabbi L. Axelrod. I. L. Mlntzer. H. I. Lipton and Harry Wassei man. Serious aspects of the recent president ial campaign are lightened by "The Phantom President.'' political comedy featuring George M. Cohan. Claudette Colbert and Jimmy Durante. coming Sunday and Monday to the Tivoli theatre. The picture deals with a presidential campaign of its own. in which a candidate otherwise apparently fitted for office seems certain of losing the election because of his lack of personality. When a "double'' for him with the required amount of personal appeal is discovered, and hired to pose for him. it appears that his election is certain. Cohan, one of the most popular figures on the American stage, apa a a a %  %  %  FFTiTa a a _T a a a a a a %  : PASSOVER SEDARIM %  I Monday Evening, April 10th %  tnd Z Tuesday Evening, April 11th %  Will /" %  Conducted by RABBI S. M. MAGHTEI „f I he Radio Synagog, at Goldstein's Famous Kosher Restaurant 645Co.hnsAve. MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-9349 Make your reservations now and enjoy the Passover festival in *' „ith the ancient ritual and in modern setting Attendance bv reservations only. Price S2.00 per plate Sader night. Dinners all of Passover week. S1.00. The regular bi-weekly card pans of the Ladies' auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation will be held next Tuesday evening, April 4. beginning at 8 p.m. in the vestT) rooms Ol the synagog with Mrs. Moe Harris and Mrs. Max Kuplerstein as the hostesses. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. ... Temple Israel Sisterhood is sponsoring a communal Sader at Kaplan hall lor Monday evening. April 10. at which Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will officiate. The beautiful Passover ritual will be followed. Reservations must be made in advance with any member ol the board ol the sisterhood so that proper arrangements may be made. The next meeting Ol Temple Israel Sisterhood will be held on Monurged to make their appointments day. April i. at Kaplan hall, when by phone prior to visiting the office, important business will be transAccording to those familiar with the acted. Mrs. Morris Cowen. chairman operation of the machine it enables of the nominating committee, will, accurate and thorough diagnosis <>l report recommendations for officers illnesses by a mechanical process, tor the next term. A program will as the daughter of an ex-presldenl to whom both the real and pseudobanker make love, and over whom they light in private. Durante is the barker's partner, and his schnozzle" and his "hotcha" figure prominently in the action. The entire story is carried out in a comedy vein. • e o Dr. Katherine M. Cold, well known naturopathic physician, is conducting lie. clinics at her sanitarium, 825 S. w. Twenty-seventh avenue, until April 10 to demonstrate the Radloclast Auto Electronic equipment. She will bl assisted by Dr. R. C. Coney ot Fostoria. Ohio, m diagnosing patients and their troubles Becausi ol the muted number ol patients that may be handled during a clay, those desiring to obtain a free diagnosis are Jig Saw Puzzles, VX'riting Paper and r.nvelopcs or Fountain Pen or Pencil witli every live gallons of regular Gas at posted price. Get acquainted with the GARLICK STATIONS These Pens and Pencils are guaranteed for life. Drive in at any of the following stations and get your gift from Garlick: 2090 ili.cavne Blvd. lat Hal Street I BtacayiM Bld. and 13th St. (Ka.t Side Clnltl IJT7 S. W. Elfkth Street 3010 V W. Scicnth Aienue 1 .',01 N. W. Seventh Avenue I |if| West Hauler Street j Garlic k for Quality SEA BREEZE HOTEL Cnllim Aic. HI 2nd St. Miami Bi Takes pleasure in announcing that it will remain open tor Passover. ... will be conducted b) i imt'.r It. HISililm-hmun %  %  %  William Penn I lotel Restaurant Now Open I nder the Management of FRED C. MAUSER Formerly of Sun.hine Cafeteria Table d'Hote and a la Carte Popular Price* OPEN MlSUMMER Our Special Seven < nurse Dinner, only 50r OPEN FOR PARTIES Phone ."1-3101 for Keery ation. %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  : aided by the observations ol the operator. a The second oi a series ol Sunday night suppers under the auspices ol the Fellowship club of Temple Israel will be held this coming Sunday evening, beginning at 6:30 to be followed by games of different kinds at which prizes are offered. Rev. Philip Crystal will conductj the Sader at Gratz's Kosher restaurant. Miami Beach, the first two nights of Passover and every effort to insure the comfort of the guests and the traditional beauties of the Sader have been made by the resj taurant. • • • Frances Kane, popular Miami Jewish girl, won the first prize in a beauty contest last Saturday night %  be presented following the business meeting and a social hour will follow. 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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORID! AN Friday, March 31, 19 I SOCIETY The regular bi-weekly card party of the Ladies' auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation will be held at the vestry rooms of the synagog next Tuesday night beginning at 8 p.m. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. • • At a shower given Friday in the blue room "i liic Ponce de Leon hotel for .\!i.' Dorothy Kaplan, the following were present: Mrs. M. Atkm hostess; Miss 8. Mahalowltz, Mrs. i.ii Lichtenstein Mi Ben Atklns, Mis.. Florence Badanes, Mrs. Saul Znlka. Mrs. Morns Pepper, Mi Bora August, Miss Marjorie Predinger Mrs. Leon Pollock. Miss Bea Schaff, Mrs. Morris Dubler, Mrs. Max Shapira, Mrs. S Abenson, Mrs. I. Silvers. Mis. Max Schaff, Mrs. M. Prank Mrs Max Hoffman and Mrs. It's Easy To Buy\ M Sft \ lAMtRI'AN 8 I H MWNY) I Gas Stoves \ v. i:Kh 1 vi 11. r Mi' 1 "i! IGEE I WTat a swell |>r >' Ibis stove would make! Wi: TIM XT V< H We want you to enjoy I'cssaeh. Magic Chef Burners Save 25 Per Cent on City Gas or Bottled Gas 1 %  t .| ( OMPLETR AS SHOWN $ 19.95 Plui Installation A Stove and a Sink would make your Kitchen complete Plumbing Dep't Store MARKOWITZ & RESNICK. INC. IMumhini; Repair Truck-. All Over Town 8.19 W. FLAGLER STREET PHONE 2-3153 A. Pepper. • • • Reservations are coming in greater numbers than ever before for the Sader services at the Palatial Kosher restaurant, where Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David congregation will conduct the Sader on the first two nights of Passover. Every arrangement to insure a splendid traditional observance in comfort is being made by Morton Pagan, the owner. • Mr. and Mrs. M Weinstock and family of Far Rockaway, N. Y.. who have been spending their second season in Miami, will leave for their home Sunday morning. While In Miami Mr. Weinstock was an active supporter of the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation. Rabbi M a x Shapiro reviewed "Prom Vilna to Hollywood." by Leon Zolotkolf. ai the Book111 Brief club last Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Harry Oliphanl. 1823 N. W. Eighth street. The author was present. After the review and discussion a social hour followed. RICH-FLO VANILLA OFFERS $25.00 CASH PRIZES Inr ihililt.-.n IIS) hest lettera MM "WHY YOU I. IKK AND 1 si: KICII-KI.II VANILLA." FIRST PRIZE $." %  .011 SECOND PRIZE I.IIII THIRD PRIZE :1.1m Mil HI II PRIZE -'.CHI ELEVEN PRIZES, tm. I.M Thr contwf %  ilmplc* Anyont m> -nirr. Wrilr 11 U-tttT lt*t1111: h* yon prvlYr to UW KithKin Vanilla. Bncloac n htbi-l from ona ol our Rich-Flo Vanilla bottlta. W Ml hethr ialc judffasi lh< Vanilla mat hr purchased ; .t th FollowIni %  torca: Tanner Storaa, Tip Top Store*, KlinMoul BakarlcH, Paarl Ai JCMI< i'RUv Shop. (iCOrffC I*. /am-. Mammoth store-. Shell**. Wellbarher Market, Wild (at Grarery, RileyV Flagler Rtreet* <.nblCurb Martial, < oral *.hi.-. Mall la ( ontest Dept. Rich-Flo Vanilla rare of Ponntaln Supplj < ".. 926-92A N. Miami avenue, Miami. Florida. Content rlaaea raldnlaht, tprll 10, IMS. 1 He Sure! He Certain! If yon really want strict Kosher Passover Milk (all thr SEABOARD SANITARY DAIRY The only Dairy in Miami (hat can supply you with Milk Butter Sweet Cream Sour Cream Cheese V.'lmse Kashrus is under the supervision of Rabbi Jonah \i. Cap I an Phone your order now to 2-3749 PLAYING AT I III 7ill .117. THEATRl .Marian \i\on, in the title role ol "Rebecca of Swinybrook Farm." The nexl meeting ol the Miami chapter ol 8enlor Hadassah will be held on Monday. April 17. at the Acacia dub in the Congress building instead oi on April 10. as previously arranged, A program will be presented and a very .splendid afternoon is promised. • • • Rabbi S. M Machtel Ol the Radio Synagog, who will conduct the Sad• the Goldstein's Famous Kosher restaurant at Miami Beach Is supervising the purchase ol dishes and utensils tor the Passovei holidays to Insure strict kashrus and observance ol the dietary laws Everj effort Is bo mi; made to insure the observance ol the traditional Sadei in true Jewish style. 'The Famous "Goldstein" cooking will, ol course, re l he food that will be served Ri .1 onable charges are bi ing made for the Sedonm and reservations may be made with thi an) by phoning Immi 1 St. Petersburg Notes ...'111 at H o'clock. ng and services will be held al Congregation Bnai Israel, in which the following speakers will participate Rabbi A B Kleinfeld, Ret .1 .1 O'Riordan ol St. Marj Catholic church and Capi 1 %  %  Lynch, superintendent ol public instruction. The subject (it Rabbi Klelnfeld's sermon will be "The Menace ot the Nazi Government in (;> rmany to Civilization." Saturday morning services begin al B o'clock, Sundaj school classes al 1(1 a.111 Anti-Semitism (Continued from Page One) era] dissatisfaction Into outbreaks against the Jews. Howevi r, every cloud has its silver lining. Anti-Semitism, which has embiterred the lives of our people to the utmost, has greatly helped its very existence as Jews. Anti-Semitism has made Impossible assimilation at large. Even if the Jewwanted, he was not. and is not admitted at large Into the "Gentile soBi Ides, the pressure and the m outside has strengthened the self-respecl ol the Jew. %  idom anti-Semitism hat Iven vent to the loftiest periods In Jewish 1-story, as tor instance, to model n Zionism. Theodore Her/! was very lai away from ins Jewish people, by his education as well as by his youthful inclinations, it was only the famous "Dreyfus trial." with Its Immediate anti-Semitic outburst, thai made him become a con-dent ions Jew. It was anti-Semitism thai inspired Herzy the write his "Judenstaat." Were It not for the obstacles the gentile world put In his way. Theodor Herzl. who was far from Jewish religion, would have been lost to our people The example ol Theodor Herzl is not unique. In our daily life we can lind many strayed Jewish men and women coming back to Judaism because ol the aiiti-.Seinil lc pressure Another historic event ol our days shall be mentioned here, namely the •:••:••: %  •:••:• %  :••:••:••:••:•* &f ****•:•******_. preliminary "World Jewish ence," which was held last suml at Geneva, and which decidej call a "World Jewish congressf 1934, This conference was called on account of the incrp anti-Semitic wave all over EurJ At this conference, for the first tl in Jewish history since the J Jews from all over the world cJ together to take counsel and to uj against the enemy. This. too. pri that not seldom do our mast dl gerOUS enemies help us unite, this case anti-Semitism has hell US to achieve and to demoastj the unity oi the Jews scattere they are notwithstandii 1 political or economical ditlcrcnca Those who claim thai the Jovi people would have died long were it not for anti-Si autism, if not entirely so. at least to a 1 tain extent right. We know that] times whey anti-Semitism was| ( initi illicit Next Week 1 Insist ,,n roar Groetr Hiving >,,u + COMPANY BREAD AND CAKES NEW YORK BREAD & CAKE COMPANY % X i 471 S. W. Klh SI. Ph.ll* 2-7Mr,2 % Branch stum ISS N. ft. :.ih si. •:• •:• •:• •;• •'.• •'.• •'.• •'• •> &f %  '• •'• •> •> -*• %  '• •'• •*• •'• ••••*•*• ARE WE k t.iith with those who trust us, il we living up to our obligations| we risk their future happiness I ignoring the problems that woul arise for them if, some day, did not come home? Life Insurance offers the safe an certain answer. There is no sun stitute. 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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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#'Jewish floridiai in
I I.ORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
Vol. No- -,-
MIAMI, I IORIDA, IRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1933.
Price Five Cents
Beach Rabbi
Resigns Pulpit
ANTI-SEMITISM
//, Causes ami Cures
Anti-Semitism is as old as the
jevish people. With the formation Coming as a distinct shuck and
of a Jewish national unit anti-Sem- surprise to the .Jewish community
iiiMii v. born. Already the Penta- "> Miami and Miami Beach was the
leuch tells us Dt a wave ol anti- resignation last week of Rabbi Laz-
Egypt. Aiiir urveying arm Axelrod from the pulpit cl
Jewish history ol three millenla, we lil!l1 Jacob congregation, Miami
... ite iiiai anti-Semitism Beach.
basnevet ceased to embitter and to Rabbi Axelrod ii a native ol Uv-
the lives ol our people erpool. Eng.. received his
Then are three different kinds ol secular and Hebrew education. \\<
emltism, different, ol course, subsequently attended tin- famous
only m motive but not m effect. We Hebron Yeshlva in Palestine where
ilsh between iat religious, after six years he received his "Sml-
,b, economical, (O racial aim- Cha" from Mich famous rabbi-, as
Semitlsm. Indeed, the.se three mu- Rabbi Moshe Mordecai Epstein, dean
lives are usually combined, but rec- ut the Hebron Yeshlva; Rabbi teer
ord ol anti-Semitic movements, in zalman Meltzer, and Rabbis Hur-
rhlcn either of these three motives n,. Rivlin and Polonsky of the
Local Cantor To Huge Protest j---------------------
Give Concert Meeting Held 'Announcements.
was pic dominant, are not ol rare
occurrence ill our long history of
.-ulli imps.
Jerusalem Beth Din. Rabbi Axelrod
came to this country the day ol the
Hebron massacre in 1929 and then
Anti-Semitism in the middle ages, accepted the position of principal ot
especially that in the tune of the the Ahavas Achim school in Atlan-
crusaders and in the period of the
Inquisition in Spain, was mainly re-
anti-Semitlsm. For the re-
Catholics the Jew was the
murderer of Christ, therefore they
considered it their holy duty to
either onvei t the "unbelii
to murder them.
Hundreds Of thousands of J(
I.. Oa. In 1931 he came tu Miami
tu accept the position as rabbi ol
Beth Jacob congregation. Miami
Beach, where alter one years suc-
cessful work he was unanimously re-
elected. During his Incumbency as
rabbi ol the local congregation he
organized the Miami Beach Jewish
Social Set, ol winch he is the hon-
eli lives In the middle ages orary president, helped raise four
and dollars towards the pur-
chase ol a lot adjoining the present
synagog for development as a
munity centre site. Rabbi Axelrod
has written extensively for a numbei
and at the dawn ol modern times
mnl ol their religious fana-
ln that anti-Semitic
movement the religious motive was
An even) looked forward to by With more than a thousand Jews
both residents and tourists of the and non-Jews iilhni! the large Tem-
Oreater Miami district is the annual pie Israel auditorium. Miami voiced
concert featuring Cantor Boris its Indignation lasl Monday night
Schlachman and assisting artist.-, m against Hitler and the atrocities
a program Ol Jewish music. The at- committed against the Jews m Ger-
fair which will be held at Congre- many. Following prayer by Rabbi
Max .Shapiro, the meeting was op-
ened with a long statement by Harry
Simonhoff, the chairman, who told
of the purposes ol the meeting
Father Barry of St. Patrick's church
al Miami Beach, then spoke and
joined in the condemnation ol the
German authorities tor the outrages
against the Jews. He was followed
by Dr. J. L. White oi the First Bap-
tist church of Miami, a leading
Baptist clergyman ol the south who
in no uncertain term- expressed his
Indignation, and who told ol the In-
dignation ol the entire Baptist faith
and their feelings in the matter as
that Of sympathy with the Jews
and denunciation of Hitler and hi-
associates. Dr. Leon Zolotkolf. for-
mer assistant district attorney of
Chicago and one of the staff editors
Ol The Jewish Morning Journal then
spoke at length and read excerpts
Ol the Hitler platform, and de-
scribed numerous outrages In Get
many While the platform eom-
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform!
1.17 N. E. Nineteenth Strict
in:. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Itabbi
ilar Friday services win begin
at 8:15 During the services. Fred
Bulbin, son Ol Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Bulbin ot 12119 N. W. Fifth street
will be Bar Mitzva
Dr. Kaplan has chosen for his
subject, "Like the Sands at the Sea-
shore." Assisting in the services will
be Masters Stuart Simon. Edward
Rubin. Melvin Katz and Seymour
Rubin. After the services, the par-
ents of the Bar Mitzva will hold a
reception in Kaplan hall.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
139 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN
gation Beth Jacob. Miami Beach
will present Cantor Boris Schlach-
man In a program ol liturgical mus-
ic, Jewish folk songs and operatii
selections. He Will be assisted by a
pianiste and violinist who will pre-
sent several appropriate selections
A number ol prominent guest artists
now In Miami Beach will assist Cai.-
hlachman In rounding out the
evening's program. Cantor Schlach-
man. who is now completing his
lourth consecutive year as cantor ol
Regular services begin at 5:30 with
the late services at 8 p.m. when
Rabbi Max Shapiro will preach a
sermon on "Nazis and Jews Is a
Better Understanding Possible Be-
tween Them?" Cantor Louis Hay-
man will lead the Choir in the con-
gregation siimmg and chanting. A
social hour will follow in the Tal-
mud Torah hall. Saturday morning
mlttee was preparing to read its re- services begin at 8:30 a.m. Mincha
port. Mrs Herbert u. Feibelman services at 5:30 followed by the Mar-
sang a selection, accompanied by riv .services.
the organ. The resolutions of tin ---------
committee were then read and ap-
proved unanimously by the entire
assembly. Rev. Daniel Iverson oi the
Shenandoah church spoke feelingly
and expressed the hope that the
predominant, it should, however, not Anglo-Jewish periodicals includ-
n that also the economic ,,,. ,. London Jewish Chronicle,
m was to a certain degree In- ,.. Boston Advocate, The Chi
nil The* Jews of those days Reflex The Southern Israelite and
luded by law from all pro- Ti. ,;,.,,., Fiorldlan. For a short |!(Ii, _,..,> ,.,_.,,.-ition. has beer, outrages would cease, and urged the
ind trade ;. .. |aS| year he edited and pub- ,..,,,'m ,oin(. ",, the largest syna- Jewlsh "'"i)lr "'" '" lose hope
i king lias naturally cnab-
Jews to become wealthier
ir fellow citizens, ho were
. ;n the less profitable I
lot Tins resulted In
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
IMS S. W. Third Street
JONAH E. CAPLAN. Rabbi
Regular Friday evening sei
The Jacobean oi Miami gogS jn the country and has received Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan thn begin at 5:45 p.m. with the late ser-
... now out Ol existence. universal praise for his true inter- made a Stirring address In which vices lollowing at 8:30 p. m. when
has: Saturday morning Raboi A.x- p] .ci| r|j jew|gn music, particu- he told 01 the feelings ot the Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will preach
eirod delivered his farewell address |.u.|y liturgical numbers in accord Jewish people, and the indignation a sermon on "Sacrifices Then and
at the synagog to b crowded congre- nl(^ traditional renditions of lain- which every human being fell at Now." The usual congregational
"' the "rich Jew." ,, wno came to hear him, In ous cantors ol the past, He posses- such happenings in these &.<\-. in singing and chanting will be had.
louncing his resignation he told M., ., robust baritone voice which words which showed the deep feel- Saturday morning services begin at
iij. gave birth to the wish ol
the Jew ot his rich.
Ii h could only too easily be
In modern times this religious
' ll m vanished. Mankind .
i nllghtened enough to un-
ot his ambitions and plans tor the h;ls ,.,.,, praised by voice teach, is
future m the rabbinical field, and ______________
explained that he felt it his duty to
sacrifice present material advant-
ages because ol his plans for
ture Mr. Philip Liberinan. president
ings and stress lie was laboring un- 9 a.m. and Mincha services at 5 p.m
der. he denounced Hitler and his as- to be lollowed by the Shalosh Saud-
d thai every human being la 0l tne congregation, spoke for the
; to religious freedom. office) and members of the congre-
Bt the granting ot religious free- .,,, and expressed their deep re-
dum in all civilized countries did not gret B) hls leaving the synagog, and
anti-Semitism. In lieu ot Ilu,n ;l,,,1(,l,llt-,-ti that a substantial
, ,t,',,,: Synagog Dinner
Hears Artists
sociates. Rabbi S. M. Machtei of
the Radio Synagog then spoke bi ici-
ly and was followed by Rabbi Jonah
E. Caplan of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox congregation, who made the
closing prayer
ah and Marriv services.
hie religious anti-Semitism ol the
ages, it.s secondary factor, the
nical motive, became now the
and nearly only Justification
'or anti-Semitism. The Jew who
' chosen commerce and bank- ,
: liis own free will, but was |
to II was now blamed tor
engaged in these professions
only. He was blamed for bis riches,
'or his intelligence and tor what
""' He was and is held responsible
:'" i conomlc crisis.
The new science ol anthropology
has furnished another argument and
motive lor anti-Semitism, namely,
the racial motive. Men. who ciailiied
'" be scholars, tried to prove that Ol
Ml existent races, the Semitic, and
here especially the Jewish race. I
the most inferior one
The underlying principle of Hit-
:"".-iti is as they call it. "die Rassen-
the racial problem. The
Weologista of the Hitleriatic move-
m<,'it wish to convince the Ger-
manic WOrici that they, the 'Nor-
gift had been presented to the rabbi
by the congregation as a small token
oi the deep appreciation thai the
regation felt tor the splendid
ervlces Ol Rabbi Axelrod.
dies." are the chosen people, having
B .lean and tine character, a high
Intelligence and a sublime ethics
Whereat, the Jews, the "Sen.
are as black In character and eth.c
as is usually their hair. The chal-
lengers "t modern anti-Semitism
l he mam basis ol which is the ra-
cial argument, are too well known
to dwell upon them at length.
But the racial motive is not the
only ractor of modem anti-Semlt-
,..,,, Together with it goes the eco-
nomical motive. For the present ter-
rible world-crisis nobody la blamed
but the historic scape-goat, the Jew.
The ideologists use the economical
distress of millions of people for
their purposes, and direct the gen-
iContinurd on Page Six)
More than a hundred guests at-
tended the congregational dinnei
sponsored by the Ladies' auxiliary
ol the Miami Jewish Orthodox con-
gregation last Sunday night at the
vestry rooms ol its synagogue. Rabbi
Jonah E, Caplan made the opening
prayer and was followed by a brlel
address of welcome on behalf of the
auxiliary and the congregation by
Milton Werner, president of the con-
gregation, who acted as toastmaster
Mrs. Ida Buckstein. past president
of the Ladies' auxiliary and Mr. M.
\\e:i: lock, prominent communal
worker of Far Rockaway. N. Y
spoke briefly. Cantor Nathan Wroo-
bel and M. Chochom sang and re-
cited during the evening. In charge
of arrangements were Mrs. Nathan
Adelman. chairman, assisted by Mrs.
Athletic Club
Inducts Members
Last Wednesday night the Hebrew
Athletic club held its first initiation
ol members when a (lass of 15 were
conducted through elaborate rites.
In charge of the ceremonies was a
committee headed by Milton Klein.
Following the initiation ceremonies
refreshments were served. Preceding
the ceremonies a brief business
meeting was held. Plans for a ping
pong tournament were discussed,
and a dance and beach party to be
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
.111 Washington Ave.. Miami Beoch
Regular Friday evening services
begin at 5:80 with the late services
at 8:30 when a prominent lay speak-
er will address the congregation.
Cantor Boris Schlachman will chant
the services and lead the congrega-
tional singing Saturday morning
services begin at H 30 a.m. Mincha
services at 5:30 with the Marriv ser-
I Ices lollowing.
Children Sader
To Be Held Here
Max Rappaport. Mrs. William Mech- I held soon were also decided on. Def-
lovvitz. Mrs. Max Kupferstein. Mrs.
M. Rosenblum of Butler. Pa.. Mrs.
Louis Pallott. Mrs. N. Abramson.
Miss Rachel Adelman, H. M. Dre-
vitch. Milton Weiner, Mrs. Charles
Feldman and Mrs. William Clein.
inite details will appear in an early
issue. All desiring to join the dia-
mondball team are urged to report
promptly next Sunday afternoon at
2 o'clock in Flamingo park, for
practice.
The annual Children's Sader of
the Talmud Torah and Sunday-
school of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox congregation will be held on
Sunday. April 9. beginning promptly
at .i p.m. The complete ritual of the
Sader will be followed and explained
by the children under the supervis-
ion of Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Mrs.
Ida Buckstein. past president of the
Ladies' auxiliary, which is arranging
the affair, is chairman of the com-
mittee in charge.

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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, March 31. 1933

Thi' long awaited Donor's lunch-
eon sponsored annually by the Mi-
ami chapter of Senior Hadassah will
be held on April 24 in the garden
of the home of Mrs. J. Williamson
at Miami Beach. Mrs. Barney Wein-
kle is chairman of the committee
directing the affair. Reservations
may be made with her.
Cantor Boris Schlachman of Beth
Jacob congregation. Miami Beach.
will conduct the traditional Sader
at the Sea Breeze hotel. Miami
Beach, the first nights of Passover.
according to an announcement by
the management. Every arrange-
ment has been made to insure a real
pleasant and enjoyable traditional
over.
The Senior Council ol Jewish
Women held its meeting at the blue
room of the Ponce de Leon hotel
last Wednesday afternoon with the
president, Mrs. Bernard Simon, pre-
siding, a nominating committee to
recommend officers for the coming
year, which will report in April, was
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KLEFEKER PRODI CE. INC.
m
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a a
appointed with Mrs. Isidore Cohen
as chairman. Mrs. P. Schelnberg,
chairman, will be assisted by Mrs.
Morris Dubler and Mrs. Isidor Co-
hen in providing Passover baskets
for needy Jewish families.
*
Word has just been received here
of the birth of a baby daughter to
i Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brechner of
! Bronx. New York, last week. The
baby lias been named Marilyn Son-
ya. Mrs. Jack Brechner is daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. I. Scolnick of the
New York Bread A: Cake Company
of this city and was well known and
liked here.
...
Mr. Michael Kovensky ol New-
York City, is spending several wicks
here With his brother. Mr. Max Ko-
vensky of Max's Delicatessen. This
is his first visit to the Miami dis-
trict.
*
The attention ol our readers is
directed to the prize contest now be-
ing fostered by Rich-Flo Vanilla
through the Fountain A: Supply
Company of Miami as set out in
our advertising columns. The con-
test will close on April 30.
The bridge which was to have
been held last week by Junior Ha-
dassah has been postponed and will
j be held at a date to be announced
shortly,
An Important meeting ol the
board Ol directors of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox congregation will be
held at the synagogue next Tuesday
night, April 4. when Important bus-
iness will be transacted.
Plans are now being made for a
formal installation of the officers ol
Beth Jacob and a farewell to Rabbi
Lazarus Axelrod. who recently sev-
ered his connections with the con-
gregation.
nDB ^133^
IN HONOR of
PASSOVER
On Passover the choicest of
everything distinguishes the
Jewish Home. Manischewitz
Matzo and Matzo products
are the choicest of their
kind produced in the larg-
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the world. In demand
everywhere.
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l MATZO j
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and Vegetables
WE DELIVER
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MAXWELL
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There Is A Retson!
We are aervinK a dinner wnrth a
dollar for 60c, anil are running to
capacity, Come out and make ui
prove it. Steak, chops, MS food,
fried chicken, smothered chicken,
hot rolls, home made pies, real
coffoa. Si.....ial turkey rlinner every
Sunday, 12 niwin to H p.m.
MAXWELL HOUSE
gl IT 8. W. -th St. iTamiami Trail)
Phone 2-.1922
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gorshel of
Boston. Mass.. who were visiting
their mother, Mrs. R. Yunes of this
city, for the past 10 days will leave
today to return to their home. Mr
Gorshel is a prominent attorney Of
Boston.
Miss Sara Bergman of West Palm
Beach and Miss El.sie I'tiiiiiap. Ol
Jacksonville arc guests Of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Oliphant,
A very pretty affair was the bridge
held at the Strath Haven hotel last
Tuesday by the Senior Hadas
large number of tourists
ent and beautiful prizes were award-
ed for high scores, in charge ol ar-
rangements were Mrs Mannie Wes-
son and Mrs. Barney Weinkle. who
were assisted by Mrs. Sam Simon -
hofT and Mrs. Max Dobrin.
a a
Mrs. Philip BerkowitZ is now a
patient at the University hospital,
where she will remain a short time
lor observation.
When the Jewish housewife uoes
in the Plumbing Department Store
of Markowitz and Resnlck, she has
the advantage of being able in si Cl
various style-, ol the famous M
Chel gas ranges. The added advan-
tage of being able lo obtain the
-love for remarkably low payment-
Is another reason why the J' wish
home should be given the added
beauty and facility til these money
saving ranges, at the Passovi
son. Sinks fully installed at n -
markably cheap prices are also <>f-
fered, so that Pesach may be made
a thing of joy and happiness, and
freedom from drudgery given to the
woman of the home.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gordon ol
Troy. N. Y celebrated their golden
wedding anniversary Saturday night
at the Madison hotel The lobby of
the hotel was decorated in gold and
favors reflected the same shade.
Cantor Boris Schlachman of Beth
Jacob synagogue sang Jewish folk
songs; short talks were made by
Bavid Levine of New York and H.
Goodman of Norfolk. Va. One hun-
dred guests attended. Mr. and Mrs.
Gordon have resided in Troy 61
years and will return there about
the first of May and will then have
another celebration with their chil-
dren and old friends attending.

Mr. and Mrs. S. Rosenblum of
Butler. Pa., will leave by auto for
their home Sunday morning after
having spent the winter in Miami.
They have been winter visitors here
for a long number of years. Mrs.
Rosenblum was active in the work
of the Ladies' auxiliary of the Mi-
I ami Jewish Orthodox congregation
during her stay here, and her hus-
j band was active in the eongrega-
! tional work.
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Miami Burglar
Alarm Go.
c. C. HODOK8
IMI B. W. 10th St. Phone 2-0833
111,' Workmen's Circle hall was
beautifully decorated last Sunday
evening when the thirtieth wedding
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. B.
Chi ltkofT, active workers in the or-
ganization, was celebrated. More
than two hundred guests attended
and enjoyed the program of enter-
tainment. Mi M. Oreenberg, well-
known Jewish actor, sang a number
ol selections, and Mr. Kainmskv of
York acted as toastmaster.
During the evening many of the
were Introduced and spoke
briefly ol the work of the ChertkorTs
m the community, and extended
felicitations to the celebrants
and guests of honor. A beautiful
:. behalf ol the Women's dub
ol tlic Workmen's circle was pre-
d to the guests ol honor. Mr.
and Mrs. Cheitkoff. with appropri-
ate remarks, a number oi telegrams
were reo Ived from out of town cit-
;. Following the program a bullet
supper was served. Mr. and Mrs.
Chertkofl have been residents of Mi-
ami for a number oi years and have
been actively engaged in the grocery
business here. They have devoted
much ol lheir lime to the work of
the Yiddish Schule ol the Work-
men's circle and such kindred activ-
ities.
Down on the Tainiaiin trail, not
too closi to prevent convenient, com-
fortable parking, but situated in
ani surroundings is the Max-
well House, located at 12147 S. W.
Eighth street when lor 5(1 cents one
may uet a lull course home-cooked
meal, with pastries that arc excep-
tionally delicious. Sunday dinners
are special events but no bigger
pruts Restful surroundings, homey
atmosphere, delightful popular pri-
ces, home cooked meals what more
can one ask'.'
At the board meeting ol the Jun-
ior Council ol Jewish Women held
last Tut-day nlghl at the Ponce de
Leon hotel, plans lor the subscrip-
tion dance being sponsored by the
organization on Tuesday evening.
April 4. were announced. The affair,
which will be held at Auby s la-
goon, Miami Beach, will have a soe.
cial floor show for the entertain-
ment of the guests. MLss Fay Shel-
don is chairman of the cornmiuw
in charge of arrangements. mi ^
being assisted by Millie Drcisen. Bes-
sie WernikofT, Claire Simon. May
Levin. Miriam Scheinberg and. Har-
riet Kantor. Reservations may be
made with Miss Sheldon at 321 g
Flagler street.
*
On Tuesday evening. April i0. ihe
Junior Council of Jewish Women
v. ill meet at the Ponce de Leon hotel
with Miss Harriet Kantor in charge
of the program. All members are
iimed to attend this meeting,
IfivoO;
W. Flagler st 8th Phonr MHI
I Sunday nnd Monday, April 2-3 {
"The Phantom
President"
with t.rorae M. Cohan.
- rlaiinYlti' Colbert and Jimm> Durintr i
Notice
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Will in- open for buslncH From I'M
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from :30 a.m. in 12 noon.
\n persons Indebted in the company
vi ill be expected to make prompt pay-
ment* in Accordance with <
r Agreement* previously enter*
I ini" by the company in <>r nvold unnecessary law suits and other
lit urn 1 Ion.
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Hey! Hey!
Don't miss seeing the new
Shirts with Ties to match
at
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18 V B. First Avenue
PALATIAL
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25 N. K. SECOND ST.
Announces that Beautiful
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Beginning April Tenth
Will be Conducted I')
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Make your reservations im-
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Breakfast, dinner and supper
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tire week.
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Page Three
In Opportunity
Lost
Seldom has Miami and its sur-
rounding territory seen so large an
audience of sympathetic, solemn,
serious and thinking men and wom-
en as ii witnessed last Monday night
ai Temple Israel when the protest
against Hitler was held.
Not often have we beheld an audl-
i Jews and non-Jews who
came to be stirred as never before
in the history of thus city. The op-
portunity to deliver a telling blow
in ill. interests o! humanity and
Jewry was there. And yet yet.
the gross mismanagement
and inaptitude of those in charge it
all. to put it mildly, a fizzle.
mal the meeting began long
cheduled time. A brief prayer
was delivered by the worthy rabbi
of Beth David and appropriately
phrased as it was. should have been
rial lor addresses that would
stir the heart, awaken the mind and
arouse the listeners to pitches of ta-
lon that would have been felt
hout the world. Instead .
listless, inaudible monotone
droning of reasons and purposes by
itleman who evidently lcrgot
riousness of the occasion. Men
and women fidgeted they stirred
about they talked among them-
to keep from drowsing. At
'he gentleman concluded. A
id, well-phrased and heartfelt
talk by a Catholic clergyman fol-
lowed. All began to pay attention,
word could be heard. You
could see the tenseness of the situa-
tion. The people were beginning to
id. Then came words of en-
i ment from stately Dr. White,
highly respected Baptist minister
and estimable citizen. He represent-
ed not himself alone, but four mil-
lion members of the Southern Bap-
tist church. One could sense the
sincerity of his feelings, that they
wire not mere words, being bandied
'dly about.
And then and then came the
real debacle of the entire meeting.
We have known Dr. Zolotkoff for
wore than 20 years. We yield to
"one In our respect for his abilities,
'or his service to the Jewish people,
for his contributions to literature
nd his sacrifices for Palestine. As
a writer we rank him with the fore-
"Wst. As a speaker for 35 min-
utes he kept talking five feet
'rom the platform his voice was in-
audible. Just noise noise ,
Boise. People began to get up and
''i'k out. Jews as well as Gentiles
became restless, began muttering.
The lobby began to fill up with those
ho had been on the inside. They,
too. were human and could stand
just so much, and no more. Well, at
last, the Cculah came and he, too.
was finished. Right then and there,
speakers of ability should have been
presented. An effort should have
been made to gain the ground that
had been lost. But no There
came the comedy of sending out the
committee on resolutions to draft
their report. iOf course, it had al-
ready been ready for some time.)
Again a long, labored droning. A
momentary threat of a disturbance,
and at last the resolution had been
passed. 01 course, the fact that it is
customary to adopt resolutions at
the conclusion ot a meeting and not
otherwise, was entirely, conveniently
forgotten because of the fact that
the meeting was to end at 10 o'clock,
and some gentleman might not have
had the opportunity ol shining be-
fore so large an audience. And. agav
UTCha might it not have been
appropriate to have a Kayl Molay
Rachamlm" recited for those that
had been killed?
Then there arose the ever likeable
Dr. Iverson ol the shenandoah
church. He loo. in wdrds thai had
the ring of truth and sincerity, ex-
pn '(I himself in words that were
plain and unvarnished against Hit-
lei and his crowd. He olfered words
of sympathy, of understanding. The
audience listened carefully, respect-
fully. A.* yet. no Jew had been heard
to talk with feeling, with real in-
dignation, with words that would
awaken the mind, thrill the heart
and stir the soul.
Thank Heaven, the meeting was
not a complete failure. Miami and
Miamians should today be proud of
Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of Tem-
pi. Israel. He arose to speak. We
began to fear that he too. might
have been overcome by the evident
lethargical attitude of those in
charge of the meeting. Thank
Heaven, it was different. With fire
flashing from his eyes, he began to
talk. The audience began to stir
With renewed life, with renewed
hope A Jew was speaking his heart
The Jewish soul was crying out with
anguish and pain. His brothers had
been hurt, were being hurt and were
suffering through no fault of their
own. The maniacal cries of the
anti-Semitic hordes, as they p '
cuted the Jews ol Germany under
the despicable Hitler, could be heard
as Rabbi Kaplan cried out to all the
people. One could not help but feel
that something had happened in the
large auditorium. One sensed the
feeling of relief that swept through
everyone, both Jew and non Jew.
Here was a Jewish representative
speaking out what he had a right to
say ... he feared none, because he
was right. His very soul was stirred
and so it found a ready response In
the souls ol Jews and Gentiles A
hear! thai speaks truth, cries out in
suffering, never yet has failed to be
heard, and heard with sympathy
and understanding.
But Dr. Kaplan was handicapped.
He knew that there were others,
colleagues of his, who should be
heard before 10 o'clock arrived. And
BO l,i concluded, much to soon, much
too soon.
Then came a listless talk, first be-
cause the time was too short, a men
live minutes, and another rabbi still
to be heard. The talk was over, and
the Closing prayer heard by but a
few. was made.
A golden opportunity an op-
portunity worth while wasted
and wasted miserably.
Le( this meeting and its gross mis-
management be a lesson to all in
the future. Choose but few to speak.
Let the chairman preside, and not
talk. Let tTiose speak whom nature
has gifted with the ability to ex-
press themselves, honestly, sincerely,
intelligently, interestingly and aud-
ibly! Let not personal self-interest
stand higher than the common good.
Let Us Learn from
the Jews
I Hull i more Catholic Riinu )
When it comes to the defense of
the rights of their co-religionists
and the members of their race, the
Jews of the world set a fine example
to us Catholics.
The Jews are being persecuted in
Germany. Their persecution arouses
the indignation of every right-
thinking man. All the world will
join the Jews in their protest and
their determination to awaken the
indignation of every citizen who
bans injustice and brutality. The
Jews can depend upon the support
Ol Catholics. They deserve it.
The results of the Jews' determin-
ation is already bearing fruit. News-
papers in their editorials, in special
feature articles and in cartoons are
taking the side of the persecuted
Jews. That is commendable and the
Review applauds "hem. Only yester-
day in The Baltimore Sun there was
a cartoon in denunciation of the
persecution of the Jews by Hitler's
followers.
But has The Baltimore Sun. has
the secular press of the United
states editorially or otherwise, pro-
tested against the persecution of
Catholics in Soviet Russia, in Mex-
ico. Spain and other countries?
You know the answer.
We Catholics as a rule are wishy-
washy. Let our co religionists In
other countries take care of them-
selves. Do net demand that the
newspapers of this country mould
public opinion against such persecu-
tions. That's the way we act. God
pity us.
It is about time for us Catholics
to imitate the Jews, it is about time
that we make known our hatred of
persecution no matter whom the
persecutions may affect. Let us re-
iuse to take it on the chin. The
Jellyfish are walked on and squash-
ed. Real men fight.
THE
5^
"Faith is the substance of things | humane societies think of this?
hoped for, the evidence of things not
seen."
"Dat mout seem like er hard say-
in', mah bredderen an' mah sisteren;
but to de seein' eye an' de incompat-
ible mind an' onderstandin' heart it
ain't no puzzlement whatsomever
Knowledge am knowin'; faith am
guessin'. Now, dem six little chilluns
you set' in dat pew wid Sister Susan
on one en' an' Brother Sam Johnson
at de udder en', well Sister Susan
she knows dem chilluns Is hern;
dat's knowledge. Brother Johnson,
he b'liOVe an' he hopes dem chilluns
is hls'n dat's faith."
Her scarlet mouth was sweet be-
neath my own.
A luscious flower, fragrant and full
blown.
Against her breast, my heart-beats
in the night
Grew more tumultous with each new
delight.
But In the pallid dawn I found that
she
Awoke no tranquil. Beshless joy in
me.
And then with calm, clear certainty
I knew
That my immortal soul belongs '>
you.
Even a blind man can look for
work.
The less some men know, the more
they tell.
Ignorance frequently borrows gar-
ments and poses as wisdom.
There are people who actually be-
lieve that their troubles interest
others.
Lovers may refuse to say good-bye
forever and yet put In two or three
hours at it.
Don't think that because a man
is idle he is a loafer. He may have a
political job.
Speaking of well-preserved wom-
en. Lot's wife was probably the best
of the assortment.
It's hard to gather a woman's
meaning from her words, but na-
ture has saved a few of them the
trouble of making themselves plain.
Sun gone from the sky.
Birds gone from on high.
You're gone, here am I
Alone.
Play clouds, like the sea.
Gay crowds laughing free,
Gloom shrouds over me
Alone.
Star beams, and a sigh
Tear gleams in each eye
Heart dreams you and I
Alone.
Good beer, says a Milwaukee
Though many have tried, the pe- brewer warming to his subject. Is a
culiar beneficial qualities of the i boon to the aged. Suggested theme
South American tea. mate, had not |.song: "Just a Little Foam for the
been fully developed or brought out i Old Folks."
until Ma-Tay was produced by
Charles M. Tannenbaum locally, j In Holly ood. where women are
The slogan of Ma-Tay. "Imitated wearing pains on the street, it is no
but Not Equalled." Is therefore very j longer possible for a man to hide be-
appropriate. The attempted imita- hind a woman's skirts unless he is
tions arc rather a compliment to hung up in the closet,
the producers of Ma-Tay. as a com-
parison will soon demonstrate. It We read of a man in Woodstock,
is now obtainable at the best drug Ont.. who was married while in bed
stores and soda fountains. with a broken leg. What will the
Radio Synagog
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and
director of the Radio Synagog, will
preach over WIOD Sunday morning
at 10 o'clock on "I Protest." This
sermon will be devoted to a study
of the conditions existing in Ger-
many with regards to the Nazi per-
secutions of the Jews. In addition
to the sermon there will be music,
prayers and a question box. Cantor
Boris Schlacjiman will be heard in
a traditional chant.

Rabbi S. M. Machtei will lead the
Bible study class at the home ol
Maj. Kaufman Mandel. 3012 S. W.
Eighth street, at 11 o'clock Sunday
morning in the lesson for the day,
Mitzrayim." The rabbi will reveal
the scriptural terminology with ref-
erence to the Egyptian bondage and
the Exodus w ueh resulted in the
Revelation on Sinai. This class and
its members d vote themselves to a
study of scripture for its revelations
as a guide to a 1 mankind. Everyone
is welcome regi rdless ot religious af-
filiation.
It was done without administering
an anesthetic, too.
Heaven may protect the working
girl but nobody protects the guy she
is working.
Parole Chief: "Are there any oth-
er reasons you'd like to advance for
being paroled at this lime?"
Prisoner: "Yes: I'm supposed to
visit my dentist every six months"
Without my window stood a lovely
fir.
While jeering winter winds with
fiendish mirth
Lashed at her sides, bent low with
snow and Ice,
And seemed intent on crushing
her to earth.
In haste I sped and. shaking free
her load.
I watched her raise again her
proud young crest.
And. as I turned to go. I seemed to
hear
In singing branches gratitude ex-
pressed.
A bill up for consideration in the
Kansas legislature sets the punish-
ment ol convicted kidnapers at "not
more than life." Still pampering
those wretches.
At evening the sea birds sought
Their island gatherings.
Aiming their bent dark wings
Against the wild wet gold.
Slowly and one by one.
The fishing boats came back.
Their sails and mastheads black
Against the dying sun.
And in the rush of cold
And salty wind, the light
Blew out. and there was night
For men. and the day's work done.
Suggestion to men in public life:
After searching the newspaper col-
umns with a microscope, weeks on
end. for a reference to yourself or
your doings, and at last finding one,
write to the editor as follows: "My
attention has been called to an ar-
ticle in your journal, etc."
A woman who died in Idaho last
week had never seen a railroad,
heard a radio, or ridden in an auto-
mobile, and knew nothing about the
movies. That was when she was
alive. The report doesn't say how
they could tell when she was dead.
The pingpong championship of
the United States was won by a
banker. Bankers have the football
championships also they being, at
present, the footballs.
If an emblem hasn't yet been de-
signed for the Century of Progress
exposition, may I suggest an image
of a crab, progressing backward?
"Travel," we observe, after meas-
uring that bill for his wife's cloth-
ing which Jimmy Walker is ordered
to pay. "travel is lengthening."
Mustapha Kemal decrees there
shall be no more whirling dervishes
in Turkey. After giving over whole
careers to their art, these unfortu-
nates have nowhere to turn.
The society opposed to the carry-
ing of coals to Newcastle will look
into the matter of banks buying ice
at this time for their water coolers.
.
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I Direct Radio Synasog <>f America
Sl.ndai Mokmm.s W'lOl), Miami, 1 lorida
: \l. 1. SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 1983.
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TRUE LOVE
turi Reading, Lei., Chapter XIX, Verses 9-18, liwl.
No. 16. f
'.st; ol in.' commonest words in the langua t i "love." n is fclso the
word thai is least understood and, therefore, the one whose Implied ac-
tion, as a verb, i- not carried out. Yen cannot lovi unless you know ii'
meaning ol [!,, word. Vom ,.:. < : a man or woman are not Indica-
tive oi true love merely b ou feel a certain elation in tin presence
it Individual. You: Iven, do not prove love Your love
for J..... tor all oi mankind is not assumed iron;' your
demonstrated bestowal ol klndnes rha a par: ol love's re-
i may say, the smaller portion It Is not alone sayin
kind things that prove love Ii Is mi omething el What
he unplea I nni object
ir aih ctions.
I ONCE heard a young man telling hi m found the
is happj be married His
moth Ho do you r and that you can
make her h replied. "Why. moth':. I know her tastes. I
know I have i em and i shall always
; I motliei on, sighed, and
"But, son, do you know wl like? Do ;
know what disp Do you know v. her?" The
i ii admit d I hal I HI mi I lm to find oui before
ntured into ma
Mi
then only, are we truly In love with t
ness Is typified by the cai rhi
di celtful in thi animal kingdom, I
i Am the Cat."
in Egypt they worshipped mi
1 am the Cat.
i in j c all mi a myi
When l catch and play with a
mouse, they mil me crui I,
Yi thej take animals to keep In
parks and zoos, that they maj
it them.
\. more thej pi rsecuh theii
own human creatures;
They shoot, they hang, thej
ture them, yi I dare to call me
cruel.
Could they but see thi msel
I. thi C hem,
These hurffan creatures, berefl ol
all freedom.
Who rollOM in lm ruts others
made long ages gone,
Who have rings in their nosi
know it not.
inn otherwise wi are false. False-
a brand her has written
T^*-*~
i hey hate me, the Cat,
Forsooth, I do not love
them.
hi j love me?
think all animals are made
lm linn pleasure
robi
And. while 1 kill only lor my n ids
hi j kill for power, pleasure
and gold
. then pnti nd to a superiority!
I I lovi them?
i. the Cat, who i ani t toi proudly
trod the juni
evi r tamed bj man
Ah, do they know
ami Immortal hand
i hai bn ath,
Bui i alom am
I am thi CAI
tRFORMtNt
APULTS 254 HOURIY 2-6 *H Cmiem, '
LOST- lAKt
MRP ROAD
CORAL GABLtJ

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yed them thai i usi t Ithei
hal were
di.-iii d. II -::id and : Ing as II
Is to n
i ausi d less. More suf-
ferini
: :
Wir fnei
: :
''.
I II
supn n
.'..,, i
.: lovi Hi
leni
L1 >\ I :
kindm
Wi ..... : truly
until unkind re-
.
homi
of one ai laith
ind harmoi j Wi n
in money
ro]
rrii
d by the pecul-
. ni
true i'
IF wi fortitudi to check the unkind rei
bj I : the inhuman m US, we
in- .:
monness ol the Em G d in which wi ited and we are
blind to thi 1th God nd II h eai h ol
lark tl : make up true lovi When our selfish-
n we are falsi
to thi Ideal ol I [I we tudj hbor with on his
likes, and I it out from our view, we can m
show .. ..,: friei,;
llrn towards our m bj thi excht endly notes
we do not lovi our neighbors. But, whei
with regard to I nd we refrain from
tory, then wi are truly In love with him. When, in our daily inl
nsid. ration for the feelings ol fellow en we avoid
trampling under foot those things which to them an acred; when we
place their discomfi rt above any plea
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THE JEWISH FLORI DIAN
rage Five
PLAYING AT THE
TlVOLl THEATRE
ArranRemertts are being made for
lie girls' break dance of tne Junior
Cowu'il of Jewish Women to be giv-
en on Sunday. April 23. at a place
to be announced in an early issue of
T|lf Jewish Floridian. Miss Ruth
gontag Is chairman of the arrange-
ments committee and is being as-
-istotl by Henrietta Hirsch. the
Hisses Sara and Charlotte Kohn.
Millie Dreisen and Harriet Kantor.
In addition to the dancing a num-
. -ir entertainers will be on
hand
at a late hour.
The same twinkle, the same under
current of bubbling good humor that
made her the beloved star of many
silent films, are apparent in the
screen characterizations of Mae
Marsh today.
Although the passage of time has
made it impossible for her to por-
tray Ingenue roles, it seems to have
heightened her best qualities until
today she is an artist capable of ex-
at the Biscayne Plaza theatre, Mi-
ami Beach. Miss Kane recently won
third prize in the Miss Florida con- ,
test held at the Miami Biltmore ho-
tel.

Hebrew Beginners" class for boys
and girls of 10 years and over will
be conducted by Rabbi Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan at Temple Israel every Sat-
urday morning at 9:30. Advanced
classes will meet at 10 a.m. Satur-
day. Religious school of the temple
is conducted every Sunday morning
from 10 until noon.
A board meeting of Betli David
Sisterhood will be held at its Tal-
mud Torah hall on Wednesday,
April 5. when a luncheon will be
held beginning at 12 M. All mem-
bers are urged to attend. Mrs. Dave
pressing the most subtle details oi |)iars in both roles as the colorless Rubin and Mrs. Isidor Cohen will be
a role. This richness of experience banker seeking the election and as h
ecial meeting ol the entire is said to be especially noticeable in the glib medicine-show barker hired
FREE
CLAUDETTE COLBERT
membership ol the Junior Council "Rebecca oi Sunnybrook Farm" in to pose for him. Miss Colbert is cast
of Jewish Women will be held at wnlch she re-creates Rebecca's kind-
ii. Ponce de Leon hotel for the '.v. sympathetic Aunt Jane whose
tion ol important business, love lor the little girl from Sunny-
Tin- meeting will be in charge of brook linds understanding expres-
Urs Mae Levin and Miss Gertrude -ion in the picture.
Rappaport, who will present a pro- Marian Nixon, diminutive, golden-
haired, wistful, enacts the title role
ol "Rebecca."' a Fox production that
will be shown at the Seventh Ave-
nue theatre next Sunday and Mon-
day. Ralph Bellamy is seen in the
romantic male lead, and Louise
Closser Hale enacts Rebecca's other
spinster aunt, the stern-faced, cold-
hearted Aunt Miranda
*
More than four hundred residents
and tourists attended the annual
tram during the evening. All mem-
bers are urged to attend.
*
The Hebrew Athletic club will
nold open house Sunday evening.
April 2, at its Community Centre
building. The public is urged to at-
tend.
*
Belli Jacob Sunday school gave
i surprise party last Tuesday eve-
ning at the synagog for Rabbi Laz-
arus Axelrod. Films dealing with spring festival and ball sponsored by
camp life were shown and a beauti- the Sisterhood of Beth Jacob con-
.:: was presented on behalf of gregation last Sunday night at the
the children by Sidney Besvinick as Contributing to make the evening
a token of appreciation. The rabbi Contributions to make the evening
responded with a brief address of a gala affair were Chester Alexander
hank- Refreshments were served
Live Poultry and Choice
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and A! Parker, who delighted the
guests with their clever entertain-
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were a committee headed by Mrs
Barney Welnkle, who wai assisted
by Cantor Boris Schlachman, Rabbi
L. Axelrod. I. L. Mlntzer. H. I. Lip-
ton and Harry Wassei man.
Serious aspects of the recent pres-
ident ial campaign are lightened by
"The Phantom President.'' political
comedy featuring George M. Cohan.
Claudette Colbert and Jimmy Dur-
ante. coming Sunday and Monday
to the Tivoli theatre.
The picture deals with a presi-
dential campaign of its own. in
which a candidate otherwise appar-
ently fitted for office seems certain
of losing the election because of his
lack of personality. When a "dou-
ble'' for him with the required
amount of personal appeal is discov-
ered, and hired to pose for him. it
appears that his election is certain.
Cohan, one of the most popular
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: PASSOVER SEDARIM

I Monday Evening, April 10th
tnd
Z Tuesday Evening, April 11th
Will /" Conducted by
RABBI S. M. MAGHTEI
f I he Radio Synagog, at
Goldstein's Famous Kosher Restaurant
645Co.hnsAve. MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-9349
Make your reservations now and enjoy the Passover festival in
*' ith the ancient ritual and in modern setting Attend-
ance bv reservations only. Price S2.00 per plate Sader night.
Dinners all of Passover week. S1.00.
The regular bi-weekly card pans
of the Ladies' auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox congregation
will be held next Tuesday evening,
April 4. beginning at 8 p.m. in the
vestT) rooms Ol the synagog with
Mrs. Moe Harris and Mrs. Max Kup-
lerstein as the hostesses. Prizes will
be awarded for high scores and re-
freshments will be served.
...
Temple Israel Sisterhood is spon-
soring a communal Sader at Kap-
lan hall lor Monday evening. April
10. at which Rabbi Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan will officiate. The beautiful
Passover ritual will be followed.
Reservations must be made in ad-
vance with any member ol the
board ol the sisterhood so that prop-
er arrangements may be made.
The next meeting Ol Temple Is-
rael Sisterhood will be held on Mon-
urged to make their appointments day. April i. at Kaplan hall, when
by phone prior to visiting the office, important business will be trans-
According to those familiar with the acted. Mrs. Morris Cowen. chairman
operation of the machine it enables of the nominating committee, will,
accurate and thorough diagnosis <>l report recommendations for officers
illnesses by a mechanical process, tor the next term. A program will
as the daughter of an ex-presldenl
to whom both the real and pseudo-
banker make love, and over whom
they light in private. Durante is
the barker's partner, and his
schnozzle" and his "hotcha" figure
prominently in the action.
The entire story is carried out in
a comedy vein.
e o
Dr. Katherine M. Cold, well
known naturopathic physician, is
conducting lie. clinics at her sani-
tarium, 825 S. w. Twenty-seventh
avenue, until April 10 to demon-
strate the Radloclast Auto Elec-
tronic equipment. She will bl as-
sisted by Dr. R. C. Coney ot Fos-
toria. Ohio, m diagnosing patients
and their troubles Becausi ol the
muted number ol patients that may
be handled during a clay, those de-
siring to obtain a free diagnosis are
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I nder the Management of
FRED C. MAUSER
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aided by the observations ol the op-
erator.
a
The second oi a series ol Sunday
night suppers under the auspices ol
the Fellowship club of Temple Israel
will be held this coming Sunday
evening, beginning at 6:30 to be fol-
lowed by games of different kinds at
which prizes are offered.
Rev. Philip Crystal will conductj
the Sader at Gratz's Kosher restau-
rant. Miami Beach, the first two
nights of Passover and every effort
to insure the comfort of the guests
and the traditional beauties of the
Sader have been made by the res- j
taurant.

Frances Kane, popular Miami
Jewish girl, won the first prize in a
beauty contest last Saturday night

be presented following the business
meeting and a social hour will fol-
low. All members are urged to at-
tend
:
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Bo* Office Opena 5:13 Sunday
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Veal Chops, lb.............15c -
Beef Steaks and Boneless
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THE JEWISH FLORID!
AN
Friday, March 31, 19
I
SOCIETY
The regular bi-weekly card party
of the Ladies' auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox congregation
will be held at the vestry rooms of
the synagog next Tuesday night be-
ginning at 8 p.m. Prizes will be
awarded for high scores and re-
freshments will be served.

At a shower given Friday in the
blue room "i liic Ponce de Leon ho-
tel for .\!i.' Dorothy Kaplan, the
following were present: Mrs. M. At-
km hostess; Miss 8. Mahalowltz,
Mrs. i.ii Lichtenstein Mi Ben At-
klns, Mis.. Florence Badanes, Mrs.
Saul Znlka. Mrs. Morns Pepper,
Mi Bora August, Miss Marjorie
Predinger Mrs. Leon Pollock. Miss
Bea Schaff, Mrs. Morris Dubler, Mrs.
Max Shapira, Mrs. S Abenson, Mrs.
I. Silvers. Mis. Max Schaff, Mrs. M.
Prank Mrs Max Hoffman and Mrs.
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Reservations are coming in great-
er numbers than ever before for the
Sader services at the Palatial Kosher
restaurant, where Rabbi Max Sha-
piro of Beth David congregation will
conduct the Sader on the first two
nights of Passover. Every arrange-
ment to insure a splendid traditional
observance in comfort is being
made by Morton Pagan, the owner.

Mr. and Mrs. M Weinstock and
family of Far Rockaway, N. y.. who
have been spending their second
season in Miami, will leave for their
home Sunday morning. While In
Miami Mr. Weinstock was an active
supporter of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox congregation.
Rabbi M a x Shapiro reviewed
"Prom Vilna to Hollywood." by
Leon Zolotkolf. ai the Book- 111
Brief club last Thursday night at
the home of Mrs. Harry Oliphanl.
1823 N. W. Eighth street. The author
was present. After the review and
discussion a social hour followed.
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PLAYING AT I III
7ill .117. THEATRl
.Marian \i\on, in the title role
ol "Rebecca of Swinybrook Farm."
The nexl meeting ol the Miami
chapter ol 8enlor Hadassah will be
held on Monday. April 17. at the
Acacia dub in the Congress build-
ing instead oi on April 10. as pre-
viously arranged, a program will be
presented and a very .splendid after-
noon is promised.

Rabbi S. M Machtel Ol the Radio
Synagog, who will conduct the Sad-
the Goldstein's Famous Kosh-
er restaurant at Miami Beach Is
supervising the purchase ol dishes
and utensils tor the Passovei holi-
days to Insure strict kashrus and ob-
servance ol the dietary laws Everj
effort Is bo mi; made to insure the
observance ol the traditional Sadei
in true Jewish style. 'The Famous
"Goldstein" cooking will, ol course,
re l he food that will be served
Ri .1 onable charges are bi ing made
for the Sedonm and reservations
may be made with thi an) by
phoning Immi 1
St. Petersburg
Notes
...'111 at H o'clock.
ng and services will be held
al Congregation Bnai Israel, in
which the following speakers will
participate Rabbi A B Kleinfeld,
Ret .1 .1 O'Riordan ol St. Marj
Catholic church and Capi 1
Lynch, superintendent ol public in-
struction. The subject (it Rabbi
Klelnfeld's sermon will be "The
Menace ot the Nazi Government in
(;> rmany to Civilization."
Saturday morning services begin
al B o'clock, Sundaj school classes
al 1(1 a.111
Anti-Semitism
(Continued from Page One)
era] dissatisfaction Into outbreaks
against the Jews.
Howevi r, every cloud has its silver
lining. Anti-Semitism, which has
embiterred the lives of our people
to the utmost, has greatly helped its
very existence as Jews. Anti-Sem-
itism has made Impossible assimila-
tion at large. Even if the Jew-
wanted, he was not. and is not ad-
mitted at large Into the "Gentile so-
Bi Ides, the pressure and the
m outside has strength-
ened the self-respecl ol the Jew.
idom anti-Semitism hat Iven
vent to the loftiest periods In Jew-
ish 1-story, as tor instance, to mod-
el n Zionism.
Theodore Her/! was very lai away
from ins Jewish people, by his edu-
cation as well as by his youthful in-
clinations, it was only the famous
"Dreyfus trial." with Its Immediate
anti-Semitic outburst, thai made
him become a con-dent ions Jew. It
was anti-Semitism thai inspired
Herzy the write his "Judenstaat."
Were It not for the obstacles the
gentile world put In his way. Theo-
dor Herzl. who was far from Jewish
religion, would have been lost to our
people The example ol Theodor
Herzl is not unique. In our daily life
we can lind many strayed Jewish
men and women coming back to
Judaism because ol the aiiti-.Seinil lc
pressure
Another historic event ol our days
shall be mentioned here, namely the
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preliminary "World Jewish
ence," which was held last suml
at Geneva, and which decidej
call a "World Jewish congressf
1934, This conference was
called on account of the incrp
anti-Semitic wave all over EurJ
At this conference, for the first tl
in Jewish history since the J
Jews from all over the world cJ
together to take counsel and to uj
against the enemy. This. too. pri
that not seldom do our mast dl
gerOUS enemies help us unite,
this case anti-Semitism has hell
US to achieve and to demoastj
the unity oi the Jews scattere
they are notwithstandii 1
political or economical ditlcrcnca
Those who claim thai the Jovi
people would have died long
were it not for anti-Si autism,
if not entirely so. at least to a 1
tain extent right. We know that]
times whey anti-Semitism was|
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The Judaic Council is giving a
package party and entertainment
Sunday evening. April 2 A lame
crowd is expected.
a regular meeting of Congregation
Bnai Israel will be held on April S
All members are urged to attend
The Ladies Auxiliary and Aid so-
ciety will hold its regular mei ting
on Tuesday evening, April 4.

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Mis.s Belle Goldman and Mr Moi
ns Fleimer will be married on Sun-
day afternoon at 4 p.m.. with Rabbi '
A. S. Kleinfeld officiating. Only
members of the immediate families
will be present
Mrs. E. Gelman and Miss Belle
Goldman will be hostesses during
the social hour after the services on
Friday evening.
Enjoy beautiful Sader Services
AT
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