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FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
Vb, No. M.
MIAMI, I I.OR1DA, ] RIDAY, APRIL 6, 1933.
Price Five Cents
BABBI LAZARUS AXEI.ROI)
a time like this, when the
hd, bruised and battered from
Lj,,., fleets of the World war.
Ins plteously beneath the weigh-
furdfii ol Chaotic economical and
[deal problems, the fact that a
na bis position will seem
|tv and Insignificant. Thousands
[rabbis throughout the country
1 continually "on the move," wan-
ling from pulpit to pulpit as the
, flits from flower to flower. The
Liflcant feature of my resignation
tiis parting message which I leave
Jh the beloved Jews of Greater
lmi. and Which, I hope, will re-
It In a better understanding be-
en the community and its spirit-
I have compared the rabbi to the
But. whereas the bee extracts
ttar from the flower, the rabbis
Dpit is rarely a bed of roses, pro-
long that mythological wine of the
tts. Honey and milk may flow
Jm the silver-tongued mouth of
preacher, but seldom into it.
Never, it la not my Intention here
I enlarge upon the creature com-
and material standing of the
bbi. but rather to present a word
pure "i the general routine of a
( so that the "children of
ael shall hear and fear."
The glory ol Judaism as a living
has fallen from Its
tone. A mighty wave of comnier-
Mism has swept over US, lilted us
tan out of the sea ot religion and
fth. and deposited us high and dry
a cold, hard and unsympathetic
Beach Concert Is Rabbi Is To Be
Well Attended Given Banquet
One of the best attended events of
the recent season was the annual
concert sponsored by Cantor Boris
Schlachman, al the Beth Jacob con-
gregation last Sunday night. Cantor
Mr. Jacob Becker, vice president
ot Beth Jacob congregation, Miami
Beach, is chairman of the arrange-
ments committee for the farewell
banquet being tendered to Rabbi
Schlachman received an enthuslas- Uusarua Axelrod. who recently re-
tic ovation for the beautiful rendi- | signed from Betli Jacob. The ban-
tion of the long program of liturgi-
cal selections, Yiddisli and Russian
folk songs. A. Goldman, violinist
greatly applauded for several
beautiful solos as was Monya Zhito-
mcrski of Parts. France, who played
a number of difficult piano selec-
tions. Among those who also ap-
peared on the program were J. Ka-
minsky of New York.
Cantor Schlachman is now com-
pleting his fourth year of service as
car.'.or of Beth Jacob congregation.
Recently the Sisterhood of Chescd
Shel Ernes held Its annual election
of officers and elected the following
to serve: Mrs. M. L. Yunes, presi-
dent: Mrs. Sol Schwartz, hist vice
president; Mrs. s. Stone, second
vice president; Mrs. I. Fine,
tary; Mrs. M. Kotkin. treasurer;
Mrs. Ida Kotkin. financial secretary;
Mn M. Rippa, in charge ol rum-
alei : Manuel Rippa, honorary
president: Mrs. Louis Weinkie. treas-
urer oi the chapel fund. As mem-
bers ol Its hoard of directors the tol-
At the meeting of the board of
directors of Belli David Sisterhood
held last Wednesday, 20 members
attended and donations were made
to the Jewish National home, the
Children's home at Denver, and the
scholarship fund of the Dade Coun-
ty Federation of Women's Clubs.
Plans for a garden party to be held
in April at the home of Mrs. Isidor
Cohen were announced, details of
which will appear in an early issue.
Mrs. Morris Dubler as chairman and
Mesdames Orovitz, I. Fine, A. E.
Rosenthal, M. Stone, Ed Friedman
and S. L. Weintraub were named as
a nominating committee to recom-
mend officers for the coming year.
Acting as hostesses at the luncheon
were Mrs. David Rubin and Mrs. J.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
311 Washington A\e.. Miami Beach
The usual services begin at 5:30
with the late services at 8:15 p.m.
when Cantor Boris Schlachman will
chant the services. Harry I. Lipton
will address the late services on
"Thicker Than Water." Munya Zit-
omirsky will speak in Yiddish Sat-
urday morning on "Philosophy of
the Sabbath." Passover will be ush-
ered in Monday night at 5:30 with
the usual Marriv service. Tuesday
morning and Wednesday morning
the Passover services begin at 8:30
with a prominent layman address-
ing the congregation, and Cantor
Schlachman chanting the services.
lowin hosen: Mesdam
^dbank. Wtthtt* rap- Wm* J- char" s (;":'
01 religion, the rabbinate A. Cohen. J. Herner, Wo:
ceased to wield sway over the Weinkie, M. Dubler, J. Simpson and
immon. the multitude. No longer
the rabbi regarded with awe and
quet will be held on Tuesday evo-
A meeting of Temple Israel Sister-
hood was held last Monday after-
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
IMS S. W. Third Street
JONAH E. CAPLAN, Rabbi
Usual early services will begin at
5:30 with the late services at 8:30
num. April 18, at the Nemo hotel, noon at Kaplan hall when import- .,, Rabbl caplan will preach on
and a number of prominent speak- ant matters were acted on. Ml
ers will address the gathering. A Morris Cowen presented the report
musical program will be presented of the nominating committee and
during the evening. Assisting Mr.
Becker are Hani.- Ulin. William A.
Boston, Mass.. I.
Brenner of Cleveland. N. Bernkopf
and Samuel Plaxbaum, both of New
York. I. Rabuchin of Chicago, J. M.
Colin of Hartford. George Qreen-
Ol Norwich, and Bell Cohen
after the names of officers for the
coming year were presented, the
: the committee
were unanimously adopted. Officers
thUS chosen were: Mrs. I. M. Weill-
stein. president; Mrs. Bert R
first vice president; Mrs. J. A. Rich-
ter, second vice president; Mrs.
I Miami Beach; Mesdames J. Beck- Morris Cowen. corresponding St
"The Great Miracle." Saturday
morning services begin at 9 o'clock
with the Mlncha services beginning
at 5 p.m. followed by the Shalosh
Saudah and Marriv services. Pa
over will be ushered In al 6:15 p.m.
Monday evening with brief Marriv
services. Tuesday morning the I I
vices begin at 9 o'clock with the
rabbi preaching on "Freedom." Wed-
moming the rabbi will
preach on "Blood A Symbol or a
er and Barney Weinkie of Miami
Beach, L. Holtzman and A. Katz of
Detroit. C. Odence. H. Ulin. A. Fein-
ind Rubinstein, all of Boston.
tary; Mrs. I. Wolkowsky. recording Reality." Cantor Nathan Wroobel
of Chesed shel
as was his predecessor a Ernes was organized several yea:- F seidman of New York, and J. M.
The rabbi today Is ago for the purpose ol providing rjohn of Hartford.
rely a professional who has chos-
ans of B livelihood, and.
Bd winner, is compared
fchtly with the butcher and the
|Let me slate here and now. that I
not referring to any particular
ion and its rabbi. I am has been reserved for poor cases ^^ ^ ^ ,ulllllill ,i,,kiren's Sad-
tenerally, facts which under the dlrectln^JneJ f'n er 0l the Miami Jewish Orthodox
tunas for the free burial of needy
Jewish decedents, It was the funds
Of this organization that were used
for the first paymenl on the Wood-
lawn Park Jewish section now owned
by the Greater Miami Jewish Ceme-
iatlon a section of winch
Children to Hold
Final arrangements have been
secretary; Mrs. Frank Coret, finan-
cial secretary. Directors to serve a
three-year term were chosen and
are Mesdames Isaac Levin. Hem\
Bulbin and Jack Bernstein. The in-
stallation luncheon at which the of-
ficers elected at the meeting will be
installed will be held at Kaplan hall
on Monday. May 1. with Mrs. P.
Scheinberg and Mis. Harry I. Ma-
gid in charge of arrangements.
will chant the Pas-over services on
Tuesday and Wednesday mornings.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
139 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Ihave gleaned during my two years hood. In order t0 __-,,. congregation this coming Sunday af
. ... our own All American carry on its work, shrouds are made ^^ ^^ g beginning at 4 pm
on the Beach. Jews, rep- by the women > ": J \ ; Rabbi Jollah E. Caplan will direct
the Sader ritual which will be con-
; Cemetery Board
18 states, not to mention
lanada. .. ivi been compelled to lis-
pi to the exhortations of an Anglo-
in rabbi. But. more than
|have acted In the role ol preacher,
ave I assumed the role of patient
id sympathetic listener, spending
Wuable hours listening to the tales
id problems of Jewish communities
hrouRhout the States. The biogra-
lh'<'s 01 rabbis in Boston. Cleveland
pi Cincinnati have been presented
ne by the leading men of these
P enters. I have been con-
'ed by tales of vicissitudes of these
abbis. And from all this medley of
[ rices, incidents and anecdotes
n(' fad -lands out distinct and
'Part that the problem of the Jew
id the solution is ONE.
The lid- 0f the rabbi is. at best,
too smooth. His personal In-
vests, his private life and his pe-
Nar characteristics are the subject
" ope,, discussion. His work, his
rmons. his activities as rabbi, are
(Contained on Page Three)
and sold to the cemetery association
It a profit, except in chanty
when it and all funeral expenst
provided free. The rummage store
operated for a number of years
yields mosl "i the funds to keep up
the work of the sisterhood. For the
paai year, In order to alleviate the
dtetress Ol needy Jewish families,
half of the proceeds of the rummage
sales have been donated to the Jew-
ish Welfare bureau and the remain-
der Is used tor the free burial work.
Fl,,m time to time the sisterhood
,,,. advanced funds to help pay lor
the cemetery al woodiown. An n-
rtallation luncheon at which all the
officers and directors will be induct-
ed Into "I!ice Will he held al an
Funds are now hem. raised for
the purpose oi erecting a memorial
chapel al the cemetery, which wiH
jnl,ude a miniature
rooms for the performance of the
^ rites for the dead as well
ducted by pupils of the Talmud
Reports of the work of the Great-
Torah, The children of the Sunday pl. Mjami Jewish Cemetery associa
school and Talmud Torah will at- ti()11 were heard last Wednesday
tend around the heavily laden fest- ]luhl when B meeting of the execu-
te table. Refreshments Will be pro- j ,iv(, b0ard was held at Beth David
vided by the Ladies' auxiliary ol Ta]mutl Torah hall. Mr. I. L. Mint-
the congregation, under the dlrec- Z(.r presided. After a thorough dis-
tion of a committee headed by Mrs. ] cussion a resolution was unanimous-
Ida BUCkstein, pas) president of the i )y adoptod by which every under-
laker In the Greater Miami district
will be afforded an equal opportun-
ity to obtain Jewish business. A
committee was appointed to carry
out the spirit of the resolution and
consists of I. L. Mintzer. H. M. Dre-
vich and Lewis Brown. All hospital
The Senior Council of Jewish authorities will be notified that the
Women in conformity with a cus- officials of the organization must be
torn of several years standing, will advised before any Jewish body is
distribute Passover baskets to fami- given to any undertaker, otherwise
lies recommended by the Jewish none of the ritual rites will be per-
Welfare bureau on Sunday morning, formed. This was adopted to pre-
In charge of the committee provid- vent any further abuses, which it is
ing the baskets is Mrs. P. Schein- reported have recently occurred
The usual early services begin at
5:30 with the late services at 8:15
when Rabbi Shapiro will preach on
"Are People More Religious Than
They Will Admit?" Cantor Louis
dayman, with his choir, will chant
the services. Saturday morning the
rabbi will preach on the portion of
ek In Yiddish. Saturday af-
ternoon Rabbi Coopersmith of Chi-
cago will deliver a Talmudical dis-
course m Yiddish on "Shabbos Hag-
odol." beginning at 5 o'clock. Pass-
over will be ushered in Monday eve-
ning at 6 p.m. Tuesday morning Dr.
Leon Zolotkofl will speak in Yiddish
on "Passover." Wednesday morning
Rabbi Shapiro will address the con-
gregation in English. Cantor Hay-
man will chant the services both
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
137 N. K. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN, Rabbi
Services begin tonight at 8:15
when Dr. Kaplan will preach on
"Russian Pogroms and German
Frightfulness are No Solutions of
National Problems." Special Pass-
over service- win be held Tuesday
morning. April 11. at 11 o'clock
promptly. Monday night Dr. Kaplan
will conduct the Sader at Kaplan
THE JEWISH FLORID1AN
Friday, April 6,
Senior Hadassah Is planning a
bridge party at the Belvedere hotel.
843 Euclid avenue, Miami Beach, for
Thursday. April 13. at 2:30 p.m. with
Mrs. Isidor Cohen chairman of tick-
ets. Mrs. Louis Roth in charge of
prizes and refreshments, both as-
sisted by Mesdames L. Axelrod. Bar-
ney Weinkle. M. Weson. Sam Simon-
hoff. Max Dobrin and P. Stoeckel.
The public is urged to attend.
The traditional "Siyom" [or first
born sons will be conducted next
Monday morning at 8:30 a.m. at the
Miami Jewish Orthodox congrega-
tion by Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan fol-
lowing the morning services. All
first born sons are invited to attend.
The regular bi-weekly card party
sponsored by the Ladies' auxiliary
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox con-
gregation last Tuesday night at the
vestry rooms of the synagog result-
ed in a tidy sum being realized for
the congregation's Talmud Torah.
Mrs. Moe Harris and Mis. Max Kup-
ere hostesses, Prize
awarded to the highest scorer ai
(.till table, and d?licio .
ments were served at a late hour.
HOMl s/ /: It l 1 \L\DRY\
Mr-. Clara i>. Kersey, Prop.
l! ::> s. w. 6th st.
20 lbs. Rough Dry. S1.00
Flat Work Finished
The Fellowship club of Temple Is-
rael will hold no supper this coming
Sunday evening because of the prep-
arations for the Passover holidays.
They will be resumed immediately
after the holidays.
An important meeting of the Lad-
ies' auxiliary of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox congregation will be held
at the synagogue next Wednesday
evening, April 12. to transact impor-
tant business. A nominating com-
mittee will be appointed at this
meeting to recommend officers for
the coming year. All members are
The donor's tea of Senior Hadas-
sah will be held at the home 01 Mrs
Williamson. 1444 Meridian
avenue. Miami Beach. Monday,
April 24. at 3 o'clock. All desiring to
attend are urged to communicate
with the hostess.
An important meeting of the Jun-
ior committee of Beth David Si.-tir-
! hood was held last Wednesday night 1
at Beth David Talmud Torah hall.
The Sundav school teachers of
Beth David 1 ion will give
a benefit bridge for Its library fund
I at Beth David Talmud Torah hall
on Wednesday 1 VI April 2G. be-
ginning at 8 o'clock. Prizes will be
awarded and refreshments will be
I. The public is ln\ itd to at-
1 Prepare to usher in
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.odu'irk. Tops, Pemdera mid Body
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At a board meeting of Senior Ha-
dassah held at the McAllister hotel
last Tuesday, it was announced that
election of Officers would be held on
May 29. with the installation to be
held in June. A nominating com-
mittee to recommend names will be
announced at an early date.
One of the series of Sabbath teas
being sponsored by the Senior Ha-
cla.ssali was held at the home of Mrs.
Julius Simpson last Saturday after-
noon. Brief addresses were made on
Zionist and cultural subjects and a
very enjoyable afternoon was spent
in Sabbath fashion. The next tea
will be held tomorrow afternoon at
the home of Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan at
With gala ceremonies an initiation
cl new members will be held at the
Community centre ol the Hebrew
Athletic club on Wednesday, April
26. when eight new members will be
given the different degrees of the
club. The membership committee
will direct the ceremonies winch will
be limited to members only.
The Miami Beach Social Set will
hold a .special meeting on the Beat 11
at Eleventh street next Sunday af-
ternoon at 3 p.m. and special an-
nouncement t to ..11 will
xle. Plans for the summi I ac-
tivities of the organization are now
made and include a dance to
be held soon with Nathan Dubler,
Bea Silver, Sylvia Levy and Mac'
In charge, a boat ride under
the direction ot Mai ion Levy, Anita
Sllverman, Jack Atkins and Danny
Marks will be announced soon.
Open house in the form of a
10 night" will be held Sunday.
April 9. to which the public 1- cor-
dially invited 10 attend. The laeil-
oi the 1 lub will be placed at
in disposal o! tin1 visitors and a
plendid time ;- promised all.
Entrants for the ping pong tourn-
ament to be sponsored by the He-
Athletic club are being receiv-
ed daily by the club and those in-
terested ai'i' asked to file their ell-
Josef Kaminsky of New York.
who has been appearing recently in
this section in presentations of Jew-
ish comedy songs, will be featured
in a four-act comedy drama with a
supporting cast of local talent in
which arc included Mrs. F. Slaviter.
Mrs. A. Ooldman, Harry Rose and
Harry Greenberg on Sunday. April
16. at the Civic theatre in Miami
when "My Yiddishc Mama" will be
presented. Kaminsky. who has been
..piiearing on the1 Yiddish stage for
a numbers of years, has received tu-
multuous ovations every time he has
appeared locally because of his pop-
ular renditions of old-time melodies
and Yiddish couplets. Tickets will
be only 50 cents and 75 cents.
Diamond ball games in which the
team representing the Hebrew Ath-
letic club is participating are being
held every Sunday altemoon at 2
p.m. in Flamingo park at Miami
Beach. The public is invited to at-
tend these games without charge.
One of the' largest crowds of re-
1 ent clays attended the dance of the
Junior Council of Jewish Women at
Auby's Lagoon last week. Among
those who entertained were Mr. and
Mis. I. Greenfield in an exhibition
of fancy dancing. The Greenfields
were hosts to a party ol 10 in cele-
bration of their third wedding anni-
: v. Others attending wu re
Charles Wemstein with a party of
10 and Mrs. L. Hani with a party
of 15. In charge of the success
dance were Fay Sheldon, chairma
who was assisted by Millie Dreisen
Harriet Kantor, Bessie Wernikofl
Mae Levin, Mrs. Jack Simon and
Mr. and Mrs. George Stone an-
nounce the marriage of their daugh-
ter, Dorothy Bernice, to Mr. Henry
BccJihold of Nurnberit, Germanv
and New York. Mr. and Mrs. Been-
hold are now residing in Long
W. Flauler at 8th Phon. 2-33JI !
Sunday. Monday and Turtdav j
April '.-10-11 |
Marie Dressier and Polly Moran j
I If what the country nct'd* i* a h\%
liiuuh. her*' it is!
IN HONOR of
On Passover the choicest of
everything distinguishes the
Jewish Home. Monischewitz
Matzo and Mat.ro products
are the choicest of their
kind produced in the larg-
est Kosher Matzo Bakery in
the world. In demand
IMahli.hcd Since 1926
1601-3 S. W. Mh SI.
Meats, Groceries, Fruits
Ni-w^and Factory Kehuilt
Portables. S29.50 to S60.00
B. W. THACKER, Local Dealer
210 N. B. 2nd SI. 1'he.nr 2-0115
O OTHIR MATZO LIKE IT
There Is A Reason!
Wp are nerving a dinner worth a
dollar for nOc. and are running to
rapacity. Come out and make us
prove it. Steak, chops, Bea food,
fried chicken, smothered chicken,
hot rolls, home made pies, real
coffee. Special turkey dinner every
Sunday, 12 noon to 8 p.m.
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faith with those who trust us, are
we living up to our obligations if
we risk their future happiness by
ignoring the problems that would
arise for them if, some day, wc
did not come home?
Life Insurance offers the safe and
certain answer. There is no sub-
A Southern Health & Life Insur-
ance Policy on each one is neces-
sary to protect the others from
the privation and expense caused
by the last illness and death.
A few pennies each week is the
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.lei-i Eaal nf Bbcaynn Bhrd.
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Announces thai Beautiful
Beginning April Tenth
Will be Conducted by
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Make your reservations im-
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over week or for the sjder.
Breakfast, dinner and supper
will be served during the en-
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Will Remain Open Sunday, April 9th
Until 5 P. M. for the Convenience
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April 6, 1933.
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M list KIPTION
FRIDAY. APRIL 6, 1933.
Vol. 6, No. 14.
While tne front pages ol the great
American press feature the plight of
German Ji wry and comment on the
possible intervention of the Wash-
ington -ale department, a small,
lining news item speaks vol-
umes for the astounding conduct of
a servant of the American people.
We have reference to Frederick
Sackeit. American ambassador to
Germany, who on the twenty-second
oi March left Germany on his way
home. We realize of course that Mr.
Sackeit is retiring from his diplo-
matic post, being a Republican ap-
pointee, and that his days in Berlin
would be, at best, numbered. Ai the
time these lines are written, how-
ever, a new American ambassador to
Germany lias not been appointed by
President Roosevelt. In view of the
extraordinary conditions prevailing
in Germany, conditions in many re-
spects paralleling a state of war. it
is indeed tactless and far from cour-
ageous for the American representa-
tive to leave his post before tiie ar-
rival ol his successor. A situation
may aiw when the American gov-
ernment may want to make repre-
sentations to the Hitler government.
and that as forcefully as possible,
Dot merely through the person of an
attache. In the case of such an
eventuality the American govern-
ment would be without an accredit-
ed ambassador in Berlin. There are
times when party politics should be
set aside in the interests oi national
honor. Mr. Sacket should not have
left his postunder any olrcum-
Kani i beiore the arrival of the
new ambassador. Especially now,
when the state department has or-
dered an investigation of Hitlerite
anti-Jewish activities. American
Jewry should take note of Mr. Sack-
ett's reluctance to take the responsi-
bility ot safeguarding American in-
terest and, in a certain sense, the in-
terests of mankind and this be-
cause of party considerations.
- Baltimore Jewish Times.
(Continued from 1'aur One)
all severely criticised, or course, all
this is constructive criticism, des-
tined to improve his career. His sal-
ary, his Hachnosoh, us a by-word in
the mouths of his members. Too
much not enough are popular
phrases where the rabbis salary is
concerned. "What does he do in his
leasure hours? How docs he spend
his vacation? He is too stand-offish;
plays bridge with the ladies; too old
fashionedtoo modem; excellent or-
ator, poor speaker; too much em-
phasis on Talmud Torah; not
enough dignitytoo haughty." Such
is the lot of the rabbi.
a tew notes committed to memory
would minimize the criticism. For
instance, why not dwell on the early
struggle of the orthodox rabbinical
student. He spends years of grind-
ing study, his eyes glued to huge vol-
umes ol mysterious origin, ever
dreaming of that great day when he
would consummate his ambition by
standing on the pulpit, preaching
the word of God, inspiring his hear-
ers With his sincerity, purity and his
Kindling effusion of feeling. Where
the college student attends a fra-
ternity dance, a polo game or boat
race for his recreation, the youth
who seeks the rabbinate lor his pro-
fession will take advantage of any
spare moment.', to review his Yorch
Deab or Choshen Mishpot, his Tosa-
phisls or MainiuiiKles. And then the
weary grind of the exams. And fin-
ally, With his Semichas m his coat
pocket, our young hero sallies forth
in qutst of an appreciative congre-
gation, where he can devote Ins tune
to raise the spiritual standards ol
the members, and incidentally, fur-
ther lis own studies m theology and
These facts are forgotten when
the rabbi faces his congregation in
the synagogue. Forgotten also is the
fact that the rabbi GIVES infinitely
more than he RECEIVES. For he
receives only dollars and cents, but
he gives and oilers on the altar of
the rabbinical chair, all that is fine
and noble in his soul. He offers all
that stands for beauty, character,
culture, inspiration, elevation of soul
and mind. He is spending the pearly
moments of his life with the sole
purpose of educating and inspiring
others. He is gradually and sub-
consciously losing some of his orig-
inal spiritual wealth m his daily
contact with the material, the mun-
dane. He is expected to raise not
omy spiritual standards, but hard
cash wherewith to balance the bud-
get of the synagogue. And his re-
ward for all this self-sacrifice and
noble offerings is, with but few ex-
ceptions, heartache, disillusionment
I could pound away on the keys
my typewriter for hours and
hours, as memorable scenes of the
past two years are painted and re-
painted on the canvas of my brain
in quick succession. To quote but
one petty incident which will serve
as a clue as to the ultimate purpose
of this message, there was the case
of a respected member of the com-
munity who was suddenly trans-
lormed from a staunch ally of the
rabbi into an embittered enemy.
Why? Because the name of his
grandchild was unintentionally om-
itted in the write-up of a Chanukah
concert In the Miami newspapers.
And now a word about the con-
gregation on the Beach. With all
sincerity I state that a finer sample
of a model Jewish community would
be hard to find throughout the
States, It is unfortunate that the
activities of the congregation are
confined to four or five months in
the year. During my term of olfice,
I have been treated with deference
and handled with care, i have not
been disappointed, because I have
not expected more than my share ol
honor and dignity. My comments
and seemingly caustic remarks about
the rabbi and his problem were
written with but one thought in
view. To focus the limelight on the
remaining rabbis of Greater Miami.
may they prosper and flourish, so
that the Jew will take my message
to heart and respect, esteem and
love his heroic and sincere friend,
In conclusion, I wish to extend to
all members of the Jewish commun-
ity of Greater Miami, and especially
to the president, officers, and mem-
bers of Congregation Beth Jacob,
my sincere wishes for a better and
happier future, a healthier outlook
on life, and a speedy return to pros-
perity. I also take this opportunity
to express my gratitude to my con-
gregation for their unflinching loy-
alty and touching fidelity in their
associate ns with its spiritual head.
May Got! inspire us with a greater
and deei^r sense of our duties on
this earth, so that we may attain
the highest goal in life the triple
harmony of Beauty, Truth and Holi-
ness in God. Amen.
From A to Z
Aart and artists, arba koses.
Bbanks, old banks, new banks
bankers, good bankers, bad bank-
ers bombs beer.
Ccommittees and councils, chom-
Eeconomy, elections, eggs.
Ffloods. Fords, fonfen.
GGermany and German politics.
Hhockey games, hacodos.
Iinvestigators and investigations.
Jjobs, jigsaws, Jewish persecutions.
Kkites, knaydlach kibctzers.
Llandlords, landlords' problems,
Mmurals, Mexicans, money, ma-
Nno money, nisim.
Oofficials. Oriental affairs.
Ppulpits, priests, press, police.
Rradios, records and reports, and
receivers, rachmona litzlan.
Sscrip and no scrip, spelling bees,
Ttaxes, tornadoes, teachers, with
pay and without pay, tarn.
Wwelfare, work and no work, wine.
Xinobody talks about em), Ex-
Yyouth and youth's problems,
A lecturer on natural history-
claims he often swims in shark-
infested waters without molestation.
Nevertheless, a lecturer-eating shark
would be one of nature's boons.
Demand upon legislators through-
out the land that they put into law
new economic program which will
outlaw the uncontrolled economic
exploitation of the common wealth
>s contained in a manifesto that has
keen signed by Catholic, Protestant
and Jewish ministers and laymen
that has been issued through
the National Conference of Jews and
Christians. The statement also says:
"As Catholics, Jews and Protestants
*e regard society as a co-operative
human brotherhood, in which we
fust be our brother's keepers. We
ho'd that the present organization
o' society fails In tragic measure to
reflect the principles of justice and
brotherhood which our religious
teachings share in common, when it
allows untold numbers of men. wom-
en and children to suffer in the
midst of plenty. We of the churches
and synagogues arc convinced that
the Injunction to do justice and to
love mercy involves not only high
Individual efforts, but, as well, cour-
ageous governmental action. Our
government and industry under gov-
ernmental control, must devise sys-
lenis of public economy, including
taxation, that shall place the major
burden on those best able to bear it.
and so lessen the present cruel and
unnecessary inequalities in men's op-
portunity to obtain and enjoy the
earth's material blessings. We sol-
emnly declare that no system of
distribution of the common wealth
is morally acceptable or economic-
ally sound which is not based on
Justice." Of the 117 signatories of
this unusual document 37 are Jews.
We arP proud of this high percent-
age. The National Conference of
Jews and Christians has justified its
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and
director of the Radio Synagog, will
preach over WIOD at 10 o'clock on
Sunday morning on "Passover
Abolishing Slavery." Leonard Tobin
will deliver the sermonette on "Tht
Balder." In addition to the sermon
there will be prayers, hymns, and a
"Passover Symbols" will be the
subject cf the lesson of the Bible
study class under the direction of
Rabbi S. M. Machtei at the home of
Maj. Kaufman Mandell, 3012 S. W.
Eighth street, at 11 o'clock Sunday
morning. The details of the Pass-
over ritual will be discussed and
their symbology will be studied.
Those non-Jews who have been puz-
zled by the unusual ritual of the
Passover observance in the Jewish
homes are invited to attend and to
jews and Chnsuans ~; J I the reasons for the practices.
gSSK^UKS: Some of the ritual objects used in
for social j. slice .We! p ^ ceremony wl ^ displayed
olic, Protestan and Jewish gen j slgnlflcance explained.
men of the cloth.
Two major nines have sent forth
hurry calls for left-handed pitchers.
Others plan to inaugurate beer with
any container at hand.
An umbrella with a pair of rub-
bers encased in the handle is a use-
ful innovation, as until now these
items have had to be mislaid separ-
Contrary to the rule governing
cake, it seems that one may now
foreclose a rural mortgage and have
The spectacle of a police officer
lunching publicly on caviar, at this
time, has created a furore in Boston.
It appears he used a spoon.
A Man to His Wife
You have lost the blue of your eyes,
The gold of your hair.
The light I had grown to prize
No longer is Uiere.
Your brow, so unwrinkled before.
Is careworn and lined.
And the shadow you cast on the
Is broad and resigned.
Your hands that were slender and
Are toil-worn and rough.
Time has been cruel in his flight.
And his toll is enough.
But the girl that I married is there.
Behind that brave gaze.
To me she will ever be fair,
Down Time's changing ways.
For in service to me she has lost
Her young happy years.
For our children 'twas she paid the
In ill-health and tears.
Her beauty for love she has spent.
Her life's loyalty
Was in payment of love's sacrament,
And she did it for me!
One is apt to make a fool of him-
self acting smart.
Women who have no diamonds
say it is vulgar to wear them.
A man is always different from
that which women think he is.
Some congressmen have fixed
opinions after the lobbyists see
The average young man makes
love to a girl because he thinks she
thinks he ought to.
A man would doubtless be just as
irritable as a sitting hen were he
placed in a similar position.
A great many of the men who
claim to be self-made were inter-
rupted before the job was finished.
It happens frequently that when
a man arrives home at about 2 a.m.
and his wife tells him to go straight
upstairs to bed. she is asking the
The $50,000 damage suit involving
21 car loads of garlic raises the old
question which I hope will now be
judicially settled once for all: "Can
garlic be damaged?"
Acting as pallbearer for banks is
a shocking task to the many Ameri-
cans who have become accustomed
to being carried by them.
There is a path all Lovers walk,
And it is plain to see.
Although it is too wide for one.
There is not room for three.
A health expert points out that
people who have cold baths through-
out the winter seldom have the flu.
No, but they have cold baths.
A British scientist who claims to
have been in communication with
Mars asserts that Cleopatra, royal
vamp of Egypt, is living on that
planet as a farmer's wife. Cleopatra
as a farmers wife! How the old girl
Cleopatra it was who rode on a
golden barge with purple sails and
oars of silver. She sat in a pavilion
of cloth-of-gold tissue. Gentle-
women tended upon her every wish,
pretty dimpled boys on either side
fanned her with divers-colored fans,
and the winds which blew from her
were lovesick with a strange invis-
ible perfume. Hot diggety!
Imagine her now as a farmer's
wife wearing a calico apron and cot-
ton stockings, milking cows, calling
the pigs, washing the hired man's
overalls, canning tomatoes and put-
ting down sauerkraut, and cooking
Sunday dinner for gangs of rela-
tives. What a punishment! What a
termination for the primrose path!
Let bad women beware. When
they die they will go to Mars and
suffer everlasting torment as farm-
"Newfoundland is trying to sell
Labrador." says a dispatch. Appar-
ently after examining the Banks of
Newfoundland and deciding that it
would be midsummer before they
could liquidate their frozen assets.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, April 6. 193,
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Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
: Founder and Director, Radio Synaifug of America
% Sunday Mornings WIOD, Miami, I lorjda
Recipes for the
* Vol. 1. SUNDAY. APRIL 2, 1933. No. 17.
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Scripture Reading, Deuteronomy, Chapter XXXU, \ erses 1-15, lucl.
l|^AST Monday night I attended a "protest meeting" a meeting called
lor the purpose of affording Uie local Jewish community an opportunity to
raise its voice and to add iu> protest to mat oi Jewry everywnere aga
me innuman treatment accoraed Jews oy cue xnuzi party in uermano
inose who aueuutu were, oupijojeaii, puineu DJ uie MUeringS ol men
icuow-jews in uerinan) anu uusy came io retiauir uieu' uispieuame. .i
UUU1UU o llu.i-jt-vo A'*U .ualiuili UUU \ o.ccu .ncll piUbCOvft ,._.i....^ blK
i:uiuiiitiii peiaeeuuun oi me iinnuiuy uy Uie piesvlli f.n>.. powci *i*
ueimuiiy. lAeae unrisuan tfeuueintui gave eveo evidence u. DeUitf aeepi)
iiiu\ia u\ l.ie repoits oi conditions ana the) stated, as veiiemenu) M
poesioie ior disinterested ana unaffecied persons, tnat they condemned
such practices oi persecution as mnuman and, therefore, a^ un-Cnristlan.
denounced those responsible lor the atrocities, i listened to the
speakers, watched the audience, and through my mind there) bummed
the words, "Tills is no protest meeting by Jews. I could not stiff thai
voice within me. It tortured me. It confused me. Others were lighting
our battle. Strangers were pleading our cause. I was downcast I
ashamed. The calmness, the orderliness oi the meeting d my
spirits. I was turned to stone. I asked myself, Are these bl
Jews now suffering in Germany? Is it possible that one could sit calmly
listening to the recital of outrages committed against any human beii
I looked into the laces ol the audience that Tilled the auditorium and
stood in the aisles. My questions were answered. My puzzli
'Jeshurun had waxed fat."
MY memory took me back some years to a meeting thi I 1 I at-
tended. It was a gathering of a small group In the home .:
wealthy Jew. in New York City. Those present were members
board ol directors of a charitable institution on the .1-'. Side r
all men of considerable means. They had gathered to dt-
raising a special emergency fund for the poor and needy of th
East Side. While the chairman outlined the needs and pictured J>. ...
misery of those who were to be helped, some members of thi
cliques and whispered, exchanging words about thi I
and that one had bought. One man was heard to say that he had be ...
a $10,000 "to-hell-with-the-chauffeur car." He was refei .:.- to -i .::.. -
sine, which, as you know, has an enclosed body, but
chauffeur outside, even in the coldest weather. I looked ^lk..
thought that I noticed some ol the committee sighing
peared tu be heaving. I looked ....;.:. and I was c.............
sighing because of the misery' of the poor. ti.
the too-rich food they had eaten for dinner, before coming :o U
meeting. They were too fat, tot
ones. Though I knew that some of th
been at hard labor to build up their
:ons of poverty and need, of c:... .
was synthetic. It was not gen ill
Among those pre*
the Jew was not pleasant. Bui
was difficult for the ii
favorable conditions under the Stars ai
the words which bespoke the m:
:n to the proper pitch o: n
been mistaken for sighs were o:.....
The spirits were buried undernc-ath
A PHYSICAL demonstration of protes;
good. One's bodily presence
the .spirit. A protest is emotional. It is all
this calmly." You can't be calm when you're in pa.:. Ye* an I >
when those near and dear to you are suffering. You can'1
a maniac runs wild leaving destruction in his path V
violent means to check him. If you appease him a:,
soothing words you accomplish nothing. If you can
with calm deliberation, you are not affected by It. You
match by blowing upon it. You wouldn't hope to check the blaze ..
burning building by breathing upon it. It takes more than mere
NOT all fires can be treated the same way. You must know the origin
of the fire. Only one ignorant of chemistry would state that all fires
can be extinguished by water. Try it on a sodium fire and see what hap-
pens. The condition now existing in Germany under the rule of the mad-
man. Hitler, is not a normal fire. The man is endangering the peace of
Europe. He has created a Frankenstein which will destroy him. But. it is
also inflicting injury upon many innocent people. They must be pro-
tected. It is the duty of society to curb the monster. It is true that
ask for protection for our own. But we ask it not for our own alone.
Permit that dangerous practice to continue and mankind will soon revert
to the barbaric level from which it has been raised at no small cost.
A MANIAC, supersaturated with power and drunk with victory, is drug-
ging Germany with Intense and concentrated nationalistic emotions.
At a time when the nations of the world are striving to lower the barriers
and to preach international peace and universal co-operation, one nation
is fed upon the policy that it must be supreme. We deny that theory and
insist that all men are equal. This megalomaniac sets about to show us
that he will be supreme. Can we tell when his ambition will be satisfied?
One and one-half nips meal, .-ix
eggs, six tablespoons cold water,
three tablespoons chicken or goose
fat. one-half tablespoon salt, one-
third pound honey ior two-thirds
pound sugar i; one-fourth teaspoon
ginger, one-third pound ground nuts,
one-third cup cold sweetened tea or
"Med"; one-half cup finely cut sour
Beat eggs, add meal, water, fat,
and salt, then let this dought stand
one-half hour. Mix beets, honey or
glngl : and nuts and put in
skillet to brown. When brown re-
move from fire and add "Med" or
'.ace on a greased sheet tri-
I ookies formed from
the dought, spread some of beet mix-
tiem and cover each one
with another triangle of dough.
Brush a littli fai on each chremsel
and b. lot oven '400 degrees
: one-half hour. Turn
once to brow:-, both sides These
arm or cold. The
enoui;;. tor the dough
recipe about 15 chremsels.
Four cups meal, one cup fat, two
cups water. 10 eggs, two teaspoons
Boil together fat and water. Then
acid matzo meal and mix. Let mix-
ture cool, then add salt and well-
b.aten eggs. Knead well, then grease
bands and roll balls of about two-
inch diameter. Make a hole in cen-
t,i- with finger, alter placing balls
on a greased sheet. Bake in a hot
oven 1400 degrees Fahrenheit! for
about one-half hour. Roll in pow-
Two eggs, one-half cup water, one-
fourth teaspoon salt, one-eighth tea-
spoon pepper, one teaspoon fat, one
tablespoon potato flour, one cup
Beat the eggs, add water, season-
ing and melted fat. Mix potato flour
with one-hall cup meal and add.
Then add about another one-hall
cup meal until the dough is just still
enough to roll into balls, and grease
the hands and roll the dough into
balls about the size of a walnut. Put
into boiling salt water or soup and
boll lor 20 minutes. They may also
be used in place of potatoes for a
pot roast. Tins recipe makes about
Do we know what will satiate his vanity? Have we so soon forgotten the
ip to that which we. hopefully, call "The Last War"?
Wt. Our protest must take the form of something sub-
ntial. Our words and resolutions air scorned. Our petitions are
- raps of paper." Hitler has the unmitigated gall, the brazen effrontery
:o order added persecutions as a retaliatory measure for the complaints ol
are being tortured and exterminated. The German people are
ted by Hitler and his cohorts. Their sense ol justice will
They will snap the yoke. Until that time, shall we sit idly by?
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instead of the regular classes on
Sunday. April 9, the children of the
religious school of Temple Israel will
present an Interesting program. The
parents are cordially invited to at-
Sunday morning, April 16, begin-
ning at 10 o'clock, the annual Cliil-
Sader will be celebrated by
the pupils of Beth David Sunday
school and Talmud Torah, under
pi l-vision of Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Jerome Weinkle will conduct
the Sader which will be carried out
in traditional style. Refreshments
will be provided by the Beth David
Wrli Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of
Temple Israel officiating, the mar-
nuptials of Miss Dorothy Kap-
lan, niece of Mr. and Mrs. Max
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Hoffman, to Sidney Pepper, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper of this
city, were solemnized last Sunday
afternoon at the home of the Hofi-
mans. The immediate family and
friends of the family gathered in the
beautifully decorated and flower-
bedecked living room of the home
Where an improvised altar had been
erected. The bride was attended by
Miss Bea Shaft as maid of honor
and Ben Pepper, a brother of the
groom, acted as best man. The bride
was given in marriage by her aunt
and uncle. Following the ceremon-
ies the guests partook of refresh-
ment;; from a heavily laden sweet
table in the large dining room of
the Hoffman home. The couple left
for a brief trip through the state to
return this coming Sunday. They
will make their home in Miami.
Mr. Hyman J. Apte is now a pa-
tient at the Jackson Memorial hos-
pital, where he has been seriously ill
I in the past several weeks. He would
appreciate his friends calling to see
Live Poultry and Choice
Fruits and Vegetables
MRS. A. WALL
6.-.-66 City Terminal Market
S. W. 2nd Aye. and 2nd St.
Stcck Reduction Sale
of Fine Furniture
\\ e over-anticipated our needs
are overstocked ami must
reduce our stock of fine fur-
nishings before entering the
summer months. Every article
in our store is marked down.
Profits are forgotten. Our reg-
ular stock of new. quality
merchandise is offered at al-
most unbelievably low prices.
This is an opportunity that is
bringing crowds to tlm phe-
nomenal sale. Come in, shop
around You'll sure buy.
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1444 Biscayne Boulevard
Barbara Stanwyck in
"The Bitter Tea of General Yen"
A scene from one of the good old
Western melodramas of silent screen
days has been revived in all its glory
to furnish a laugh for the new Marie
Dressier-Polly Moran comedy. "Pros-
perity," which will appear Sunday
and Monday at the Tivoli theatre.
The episode depicts Miss Dressier
taking her grandchildren to a small-
town theatre and it is here that the
old-time Western drama is shown,
proving to be a riotous travesty
when played "on the square" after
the old fashion. In addition to the
humor provided by the film Itself,
there are the antics of the inimit-
able Miss Dressier in her attempts
to keep the youngsters quiet, and
her annoyance to her neighbors
when she takes the Children out for
water and other tilings.
Most of the mother-in-law jokes
\(iu ever heard arc brought to life in
"Prosperity," for in their m
comedy, Miss Dressier and Miss
Moran play the roles of rival moth-
ers-in-law who are constantly in
"hot water" as a result of their at-
tempts to regulate the lives ol their
married children, enacted by Anita
Page and Norman Foster.
Comic highlights of the picture in-
clude a screaming battle which
breaks up the formal wedding party
of the betrothed pair, forcing them
to resort to a city hall ceremony, an
episode in which Miss Dressier takes
over the management of a grocery
store and reveals ingenious methods
of making customers buy. and var-
ious interludes which occur in the
home of Miss Moran.
One of the most successful card
parties arranged by Loyalty club
auxiliary of Emunah chapter 175,
O. E. S., during the month was the
one given Friday evening at the
Acacia club rooms. Attractive prizes
were awarded and high score won
by Mrs. Annette Fine.
The Chinese are a superstitious
people who revere their numerous
gods with honor and devotion, Tom
Gubbins, technical adviser on the
making of Columbia's "Bitter Tea
of General Yen," the Grace Zaring
I Stone story adapted to the screen by
Edward Paramore and directed by
Frank Capra, pointed out. The pic-
ture is the attraction at the Seventh '
Avenue theatre next Sunday and
Monday. Barbara Stanwyck is star-
red and Nils Asther, Walter Con-
nolly, Gavin Gordon, Lucien Little-
field and Toshia Mori are featured.
Frank Capra directed.
On one of the sets will be seen
Dai Ching, the Chinese god called
the Conqueror. Tills is the soldier-
like figure in eight-foe bronze, foot \
pressed determinedly on the imp-
like figure squatting on its stomach.
While tiny jade and ivory elephants
have long been available hereabouts
as charms for vest pockets and purs- ;
es, it is improbable that movie-goers
have ever before observed so sizable
an elephant in China as the one
saddled in embroidered satin which
stands for good luck.
Of course there is a common Bud-
dha, at whose feet burns incense at
all hours. More diminutive gods
decorate other rooms in the house of
i General Yen.
Mr. Gubbins pointed out that the
Cliine.se worship in four faiths.
There is Buddism. Mohammedan-
ism. Confusciusism and Taiostism.
The meeting of the Junior Coun-
cil of Jewish Women scheduled for
next Tuesday evening will be held
on Wednesday evening. April 12, at
the Ponce de Leon hotel when im-
portant matters will be transacted.
Mrs. Mae Levin and Miss Gertrude
Rappaport will be in charge of a
program that will be symbolical of
the Passover holiday. Following the
program refreshments will he served
in Passover style.
With a committee consisting of
Mrs. P. Scheinberg, Mrs. J. H. Kap-
lan, Mrs. Charles Greenfield. Mis.
Bert Reisner and Mrs. L. Zeientz in
charge, Temple Israel Sisterhood has
completed plans for one of the mast
elaborate Sadcrs held in Miami in
recent years. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
will conduct the full Sader ritual
and the dinner will be catered. Res-
ervations may be made witli any
member of the committee.
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irpri? Jig Saw Puzzles,
r \\\Aj Writing Paper and
Envelopes or Fountain Pen or
Pencil with every five gallons of
regular CJ.is .it posted price. Get
acquainted with the
These Pens and Pencils are guar-
anteed for life. Drive in at any
of the following stations and get
your gift from Garlick:
2090 Biacayne Blvd. (at 21t Street)
Biacayne lllvd. and 1.1th St.
I .1-1 Side Circle)
1377 S. W. Kiithth Street
.1010 N. W. Seventh Avenue
l.'iOl N. W. Seventh Avenue
1660 Went Flanler Street
Garlick for Quality
Collins Ave. lit 2nd St.
Takes pleasure in
announcing tint it will
remain open for
Sader Services will he conducted
by Cantor Horis Schliichman
Hotel Restaurant m
l'nder the Management of
FRED c. MAI HKII
Formerly of Sunshine Cafeteria
Table d'Hotc and a la Carte
Popular Prices m
OPEN ALL SUM MLR
Seven Course Dinner, only 50c
OPEN FOR PARTIES m
Phone B-SSI1 for Reservation!*
IF TOO REALLY WANT
FRESH BEEF "
and VEAL I
STOP AM) SHOP AT
Farmer's Meat Market "
71 Northwest Fifth Street
(One-half Block West of
Veal Shoulder, 2 lbs........25c
Legs of Veal, lb............15c m
Veal Chops, lb.............15c
Beef Steaks and Boneless
I Scalded Calves' Heads and
I Formerly 5 Year, at Farmers
City Curb Market
All Meats Presb Killed m
514 W. Flaglcr St
PHONES 2-8421 2-8422
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DR. V. L. SINGLEY, President
Phone 2-3134. 2080 Blscayne Boulevard. Miami, and
Breakers Hotel. Miami Beach Phone 5-3215
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, April 6,
24 N. MIAMI AVENUE
Fay mom For
Buy Your Easter Dress and
Hal Don and save Our
tylea are beautiful Our
prices are right.
Beautiful Lace straws
Beautiful Large Flops
Organdies. Laces, Taffetas,
Beautiful SatinsIn all the
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.YOU PLAYING AT
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan announces
that he will be at his home. 1441
S. W. Second street. Saturday night.
April 8. from 8 to 10 p.m.. Sunday
morning at the synagog. 1545 S. \V.
Third street, from 10 to 12. at his
home Sunday afternoon from 2 to 6
p n:.. and Monday morning at the
synagog at 8 a.m. for "Ml
Miss Ethel Mlntzer, wh
di 111 at the Florida Stat C
tomorrow to spend thi Pass-
over holidays with, her parents. Mr
and Mrs. I L. Mints
Final reservations for
should be I
the Palatial Kosher restaurant for
those d 'iid the lm]
Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David
congregation, both nights
over. M nlngs
According to plans that have been
announced by Mr. Morton I
than tiiose he has t>
t the S
Our Pl-ic > Too Small f''r -
But u- Havi the
(Choicest Passo\ er
with Kicldu-h All Wee*
117-111 N. K. First Street
This Friday night's service of
Sabbath HagodoP at Congregation
[srai: Is dedicated to the Lad-
: Auxiliary and Aid society. Rabbi
Kleinfeld will speak on "The Woni-
, an of Today."
The protest meeting against the
tragedy in Germany filled
luditorium of the synagogue
above Its rapacity. It was the larg-
est at nee ol Jews and non-
ever attended a local syna-
All elements of the munlci-
;...:. and educational brandies ol
were pn sent. Rabbi Klein-
red stirring address and
. :.- eighty-third
rd brought forth the
. n ol th
: !: ma; or, Mr. Ad-
b : by the rabbi, express-
nation ol JiI h
: '.v. here and voicing
:. '. -z.i regime,
: Vanilla contest will
.....V,pi. 30, and affords
i ash prizes
i- tal nl Miami
ly and Tuesday
K her restaurant,
-. effort has
:::ade to provide an excellent
and enjoyal Ur, The Qratz't
hed in Miami
. for a lonu number ol years
i and i. ed reputation for
food well pn pan d,
The marriage of Mr. Morris Her-
mer and Miss Belle Goldman took
place Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock,
attended by a host of friends, Rabbi
A. S. Kleinfeld officiating.
The Judaic council gave a mock
marriage and package party last
Sunday evening, and everyone had
a very enjoyable time.
The social committee of Bnai Is-
rael presented Rabbi Kleinfeld with
a generous purse in recognition of
ins untiring and successful activities
in behalf ol the congregation in par-
ticular and the ((immunity in gen-
A community Sader sponsored by
the Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid So-
ciety will be celebrated on Monday
night, April 10, at the Horowitz ho-
tel. Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld will con-
duct the Sader service, assisted by
the children of the religious school
Who were taught the traditional
songs of the Sader ritual.
The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid so-
ciety will be hostess tonight after
the services at Bnai Israel congre-
As Usual the
170 N. W. Fifth Slreel
Will supply your every Pasj.
over want! Manischewitzand
London matzos, matzo meal
and noodles, coffee, teas, tug.
ar, prunes and nuts of ^1|
kinds. Spices, vinegar and nv-
I2f> KAMT fi.ac.i.kr HTREKT
Starts 9 a. m.
... And one of the most important features
of our End of Season Sale is IT'S HERE
SOW! .lust in time for Easter buying.
You can dress up now with the same qual-
ity merchandise at decidedly lower prices.
MEN'S SUITS........, $5.00
sport coats r;:r $5.00
SPORT TROUSERS 41.00
OLflD'PC MEN'S BROADCLOTH 'IQp
OilllX 1 O All Sizes Full Cot J/1
These are only a few of the many bargains
that you may share in at a time when you
really need clothing.
FOR YOUR PASSOVER NEEDS
I || < ollim \ v < run
Enjoy Your Passover
luy the finest of Fat Hen-. Fryers and Quality Poultf]
Choice Strictly Kosher
BEEF AND LAMB
Daum's Kosher Meat
And Poultry Market
159 v w. 5th strut Phone 3-1430
OPl V SUNDAY l \ I'll. MIDNIGHT
Ml \MI Iii: v< II
A COMPLETE LINE OF EVERYTHING THAT ONE
MAY DESIRE OK NEED FOB PASSOVER
Nott you can buy
al a price that fits your pocketbook!
PHONE 3-3681 21 N. W. 9TH ST.
EAST COAST FISHERIES
CITY ( I Hll MARKET, S. IND W I STALLS Wh ]
II I H I -I ll M.l ER -I \T THE BRIDGE
One of the finest and largeal MlectloiU f
fresh caught fish, at lowest prices, fur the
Passover Holidays. Will be open Bundaj un-
til 2 p.m. t ohm earlj and ret roar choice.
M. Swarti, Mgr.
PHONES -'--: ifi 14
Good Feed Makes Pure Milk! Pure Milk Makes Better BaWei!
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E. F. MASON. 1501 S. W. Klh St. Phone 3-2852
Use Pure Milk Only
Alexander Orr, Jr., Inc.
Plumbing and I [eating
MIAMI BEAI II MIAMI ..... I
11 l''il' BL Pimm. i-3141 (I N. W. 3rd St. Phone 2-'6"
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