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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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wJewisti filariidliiai in
I I-ORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
7-No. 13
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 30. 1934
[Jewish News
Around The
World
Icrmits Jewish Students to Keep
Jewish Holidays in (ierman
Schools
BerlinJewish children in the
erman public schools are free to
sent themselves on all Jewish
Udays, according to a ruling by
|r. Wilhelm Frick. minister of edu-
tlon. He also announced that
wish pupils may be excused from
asses on Saturdays if their par-
li s so desire.
Senior Council
Lists Nominees
ihhi Addresses Jacksonville
It hool on Inter-Faith Cooperation
(Jacksonville, Fla.Rabbi Israel
Kaplan of Cong. Ahavath Ches-
addresscd a group of seven hun-
rcd local high school pupils at
\vw regular assembly on the sub-
ci <>i closer understanding be-
ken Protestants, Catholics and
Iks,
|Rabbi Kaplan was enthusiastlcal-
received both by the teachers
kd the .students.
w Constitution Will Deride
Fate of Austrian Jews
Vienna. Although the Austrian
Cernmenl has not yel ena
l.\ measures directed agalnsl Jews
such, the barrage of newspaper
ppaganda designed to force the
plfuss-Heimwehr coalition to
opt a definite anti-Semitic policy
growing in intensity and viol-
'. This newspaper campaign has
listed the support not only of the
Iditionally anti-Semitic and Nazi
t but ill papers close to the gov-
Iment. A meat many of the de-
les already announced militate
mist jews in many activities,
bh as [aw, medicine and phar-
* j bul ihese enactments are ped ii"! agalnsl Jews exclusively
i niisi Socialists and those
Dm they employed. The situation
\v. Jews now may be described
ded animation because
>i.e repeated official assurances
future hi the Jewish population
lustria will remain in doubl un-
[the provisions of the new con-
dition are known, if the existing
frantees of religious, political
economic freedom for all arc
Wished the Jews will be in lor
lou.s trouble.
teanwhlle, the government has
Isted Dr. Julius Tandler. world-
pus Jewish surgeon, who has
returned from a six months'
in China, where he had been
government adviser on surgical
plems. Dr. Tandler. a prominent
lallst and head of the Vienna
rtation department, had ben
erly attacked by the Heimwehr
the Nazis. AlUiough warned
he would be arrested ii he re-
ied to Vienna. Dr. Tandler de-
ed that he would not desert hi
lalist comrades He is credited
much of the advanced
Hep works developed by the So-
administration of Vienna
The Increasing anti-Semitic agita-
tion a prompted the entire Jew-
I I 'immunity lo decide to give
llsh as its mother tongue in the
icoming national census
At a meeting of the Senior Coun-
cil of Jewish Women held last
Wednesday the nominating com-
mittee made the following recom-
mendations, president. Mrs. S. L.
Weinstraub: 1st vice prcs. Mr. Har-
ry I. Magid; 2nd vice prcs.. Mrs II
Albert: recording secretary. Mrs.
David Bass; corresponding Mili-
tary. Mrs. Ecu London; Fin. secy .
Mrs, Chas. Beckwitt; treasurer.
Mrs. J. N. Morris; auditor. Mrs.
Jake Brown. Board of Directors to
serve three years. Mesdames Frank .
Meyers and a. Schwartz. For two j
years Mesdames Sam Aronovit/.
Joe Richter and Chas. Greenfield.
Additional nominations may be |
made at large on the date set for
elections April 26th. The place to
be announced soon.
Southern Bank
To Pay Dividend
Of interest to Mlamtans was the
announcement las) week thai a
loan Ol one hundred thousand dol-
lars had been granted A. (;. Veach
agent for the liquidator ol the
Southern Bank and Trust Co. for
the purpose ol paying a dividend
to depositors of this closed insti-
tution. A gieat number ot Jewish
merchant.', m the (ireater Miami
area who were depositors will with-
in the next ninety days be in re-
ceipt ol a dividend for part ol their
deposits.
In an interview with Paul II
Marks, one of the prominent young-
er Jewish attorneys here, he said
At the present lime all the cleri-
cal and legal requisites In reference
to the Mini Hie- winch will be turn-
ed over as collateral for the loan
have been completed. Titles ot
property to which the Bank now
holds title have been examined and
abstracts and reports completed. It
has been the object of the liquida-
tors and Mr. Veach. his agent, in
this matter to SO shape the bank's
affairs as to permit an early divi-
dend lo be declared and paid the
depositors who are entitled thereto,
who would otherwise not have been
in position to receive dividends for
quite some time"
Mr. Veach, the liquidator's agent,
is a former banker ol Ft. Lauder-
dale and is in charge of twelvi
small banks including the South-
ern Bank and Trust Co. for the
liquidator.
Mr. Marks who has been actlvi
in local communal affairs is at-
torney for the liquidator in this
matter and has represented him in
all legal matters in reference to
this loan.
RADIO SVNAGOG
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder
and director of the Radio Synagog.
will preach over radio .station
WIOD at ten o'clock on Sunday
morning on "Prophets.Old And
New. False And True". In addition
to the sermon there will be pray-
ers, scripture reading, and a ques-
tion box.
Are We Free
Passover that great feast of
liberation is once again with
us. Again we are to commem-
orate the great beginning of a
people destined to become one
of the leading nations of the
world, not in a sense of great
geographical possessions or great
armies and navies, nor even
monetarily, but leaders in the
spiritual sense. Being looked up
to as a peculiar people, perhaps,
because of our ability to as-
similate and withstand perse-
cution, torture, degradations,
massacres and what not, and
never the less coming back
stronger, throughout the ages
and remaining a deciding fac-
tor in the world's affairs.
And yet we often won-
der, are we free? Are we en-
titled to commemorate and
celebrate the great feast of lib-
eration?
Are we free? Are we not en-
meshed, bound, fettered and
gagged in all our innermost
spiritual aspirations by the fear
of what the next fellow will
say? I>o we not blindly follow
the dictates of everything that
is contrary to what we really
and deep clown in our hearts
desire and crave for. simply be-
cause of our social aspirations?
Freedom is a peculiar term,
indeed. Are we enjoying free-
dom as Jews when instead of
taking advantage of our right
(o practice our faith and be-
lief in our own way. we fear
the next man and stay away
from everything that is Jewish?
Is it freedom when the Jew is
afraid to buy kosher meats or
observe the Sabbath and holi-
days simply because someone
may call him an old timer? Is
it freedom when one organizes
to help Palestine and our stric-
ken brethren in Germany to be-
gin making social distinctions
at dinner* designed t raise
funds to alleviate their condi-
tions? Is it freedom, we ask. to
aid in the dissemination of
slanderous remarks regarding
spiritual leaders simply be-
cause these leaders have the
courage of their own convic-
tions and decline to bow to tin
wishes of a sell selected cabal
of so-called leaders? Is it free-
dom, when a gathering pur-
porting to represent Miami
Jewry deliberately ignores and
overlooks every violation of
decency and Jewish ethics, and
possibly the law of the land,
simply because some of their
friends may be profiting mone-
tarily thereby? Is it freedom
for a leader in Jewry who not
so long ago denounced the use
of fermented wines for Pass
over, now to announce from his
own pulpit that he would sign
certificates entitling his mem-
bers and contributors to obtain
them, and yet at the same time
ridicule the sincere observance
of Jewish laws legardlng the
production of kosher milk and
c Continued on page 3>
The campaign to rai.se the $1000
i quota set by the local chapter ol
| Senior Hadassah towards the Ha-
i dassah Hospital at the Hebrew
' University in Palestine is still con-
. tinuing. Last Friday night appeals
; were made at Eeth Jacob Syna-
! gogue. Beth David Synagogue and
Temple Israel. In Miami Beach a
I committee consisting of Mesdames
' Jos. Williamson, chairman, Moses
Kriegcr. Gertrude Berlin, and Earle
Plato! f will canvass all the hotels
in the interests of the drive. On
i Tuesday. April 3rd. local members
of Hadassah will entertain friends
at tea to enable them to listen to
the nationwide broadcast on Ha-
dassah which will be heard over
WIOD from 3;30 to 4 p. m. with
Mrs. Rose Jacobs past president ot
Hadassah talking on "Waves ol
Immigration in Palestine."
Chamber To
Aid In Exhibit
Directors ol the Miami Chamber
of Commerce Wednesday instruct-
ed E R. KeSSler, secretary, to co-
operate with the Florida State
chamber of Commerce in its plans
lor the Florida exhibit this sum-
ini i at the Century of Progress Ex-
position in Chicago.
The question of the free port and
the hearing in Washington next
month was referred to Mayor E. G.
Sewell, representing the city's in-
terests, and Alexander Orr ol the
Miami Port Association.
The United States defense pro-
gram was referred to B. B. Free-
land, for consideration. Mr. Kessler
was requested to join with Judge
Waller H. Beckham in the endea-
vor to obtain the state conference
of social welfare workers for Miami
in 1935. He also was urged to re-
quest Senators Duncan U. Fletcher
and Park Trammel! to support that
lealure of the revenue bill which
prescribes a :t cent per pound taut:
on imported edible and inedible oils
Francis M. Miller, president, and
Mr. Kessler, will attend the meet-
ing of the United States Chamber
of Commerce in Washington. D. C.
May 1 to 4.
Ladies Will
Sponsor Party
Next Tuesday evening April 3rd
begining at 8 p. m. the annual Pass-
over card party sponsored by the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation will be
given at the home of Mrs. Win
Clein 1860 S. W. 4th st.. with Mrs
Cleln, Mrs. M. Rosenbloom. and
| Mrs. T. Rosengarten as the hos-
tesses.
The funds at this annual card
party is held every Passover will be
used towards the Talmud Torah
supported by the organization.
Price Five Centj
Hadassah Drive
Continues Here
i -----------------*
I Announcements!
' i
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
Jll Washington Ae.. Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi.
Services tonight ushering in Pass-
over begin at 6 p. m. Saturday
morning services will be chanted by-
Cantor Schlachman. The Rabhi will
preach a sermon on "What Price
Freedom?'- Sunday morning ser-
vices begin at C a. m, when ihe
Rabbi will preach on "Importance
of the Omar." Those desiring to
have their departed remembered at
the Yizkor services the last day of
the holiday are asked to send
cards to the Synagogue on or be-
fore next Thursday.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(ConservatWe)
139 N. W. Third Arena*
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Services ushering in Passover be-
in at t> p. m. tonight. Saturday
morning services begin at 8 a. m.
and will be chanted by Cantor Ha>-
111:111 Mr. Leon Zolotkoff. noted
publicist, will speak in Yiddish on
"The Passover of the Future." Sun-
day morning the Rabbi will preach
in English on "Anniversaries of
the redemption." Those desiring to
have their departed remembered at
Yizkor the last day ot Passover are
asked to send the names to the
Synagogue on or before next Thurs-
day.
MI4MI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
COrthodoil
1543 S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi
Services ushering In the Pass-
over begin tonight at 6 p. m. Sat-
urday morning services begin at 9
a. m. when the Rabbi will preach
in Yiddish on "Passover, a tribute
to youth." Sunday morning the
Rabbi will speak in English on "The
Paradox of Freedom."' All who de-
sire their departed remembered at
Yiskor the last day of Pesach are
asked to send the names to the
Synagogue on or before next
Thursday
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform!
U7 N. E. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi
Special Passover services will be
held tonight at 6:30 p. m, A Seder
service for a limited number of
members and guests has been ar-
ranged to take place in Kaplan
Hall at 7 o'clock, immediately after
the services.
Saturday morning, first day of
Passover, services will be held in
the Temple at ll o'clock. The sub-
ject of Dr. Kaplan's talk will be
"Egyptian Slavery and Industrial
Slavery" or. "Moses and Roosevelt."
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, in-
stead of the Religious School, the
Children Of the Confirmation Class
will conduct the entire services in
the Temple. All children and pa-
rents are cordially invited This is
the second day of Passover.
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JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. March 30,
SOCIETY
The annual children's sadei ol
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation was cond Wed-
nesday night ai !<" un-
der the direction of Rabbi Julius
Washer. The children of tin
mud Torah and Sunday school
conducted the entire Sadcr ritual
Goodies wei Ladies
Auxiliary. An..:, i mi n
charge ol Mesdames G Kotkm. N
Abramson and J. L. Shochet.
Junior Hadassah will liold an im-
portant meetln ki Monday night
April 2nd at the Ponce de Leon Ho-
tel when an interesting program
will be presented. All members and
friends are urged to attend.

The pupiLs of Beth David Talmud
and Sunday school celebrated
their annual children's sader under
the direction of Rabbi Shapiro lasl
Sunday morning with lai e num-
ber of children in attendance.
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau will sponsor a
card party at the home of Mis
. Rubin 1923 S. W. 13th St.
Wednesday night April 11th. Prize
: will be given for high scons and
hmente will be served. The
public Is urged to attend.

Beth David Sisterhood Is spon-
ver card party at -
p. m. Tuesday afternoon April 3rd
at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall
with Mrs. Wm. Robinson as chair-
man Tickets may be obtained from
We Extend Best Wishes
For A
"Fraylichen And Kosheren
Pesach"
3 u rdin os
MIAMI -a MIAMI BEACH
%uniJunc ><< mien \
Best Wishes To Our Jewish Friends
FOR
"A Fraylichen and Kosheren Pesach'
THE MORRIS PLAN
COMPANY OF MIAMI
VINCENT R. BRICK. Manager
46 W. FLAGLER STREET
any member of the committee or at
the door. Prizes will be award ii toi
high scores and refreshments will
ved. On Sunday cvenm
8th Betli David Sisterhood Is spon-
soring a dance at its Talmud To-
rah Hail with Mi-. Edward Fried-
man chairman ol th
committee. The public Is Invl
attend.
i as) Sunday morning Hie chil-
dren ol Beth Jacob Sunday school
and Talmud Torah celebrated then-
annual children'.- Sader at the
Synagogue with Rabbi David I.
Rosenbloom. officiating.
One of the largest crowds attend-
ing conceits this season attended
he annual concert sponsored by
the Workmen's circle at Beth David
Talmud Torah Hall last Sunday
night. Maxim Borodin was In ex-
cellent voice and Zelda Slatin Who
assisted him. were both forced to
Ivi encore alter encore. Victor
Packer the well known Yiddish ac-
tor recited a number ol well known
Yiddish selections for which he
n ceived an enthusiastic ovation
The evening was both a moral and
financial success.

Cantor Boris Schlachman will
ICl the Sader services at the
i Hotc-i Miami Beach tc>-
nlght and tomorrow night. This ho-
tel, well known for its excellen cui-
ervlce is one i
:. and oldest hotel catering to
the Jewish public m Miami B
Last Wednesday Rabbis Machtei.
Washer and Rosenbloom supervis-
ed the kosherinu of the plant of tin
Miami Home Milk Producers Assn
to enable proper Pas-over butter
to be churned for the Jewish trade
Melton's one of the prize dairii
the Association will supply the
milk and cream for the Passover
trade and will have Mr. Lustgarten
il mashgiach appointed by the
Rabbis m direct control ol the pro-
duction to insure strut adhi
to all Passover regulations. Oi
bottle of milk and each pack..
butter, cheese or SOUT cream, a .-pe-
dal label bearing the signatures ol
all three Rabbis will appear to
enable the customer to be certain
ol the contents as bein. I'
products Every precaution requir-
ed Including the dry feeding of the
cows, with special Passover food has
been and will be observed during
the holiday
Twenty table ol brid e were In
Wednesday nigh! at the
i Loyalty
ciub oi Emunah Chapter O. E. S.
wan mi- and Mrs Albert B
. Morrl
Ihe Barbara Jean
Were awarded loi
and delicious refreshments
. ., ..,,; ii,,. next benefit at-
ari" be a Pai -over card parr.
sponsored by Miss Ida Schwartz at
her home- 334 N. W. 2nd ave. nexi
Wednesday evenim \pril 4th at 8
p. ,. when refreshments will b<
; and prizes awarded tor high
The public i, invited te
At the in. ol the V
Men's Hebrew Association lasl Wed-
. night plans lor a eries i :
tven anne uni i d and details
will be published In these column
a report ol thi
dance showed that it had been a
financial and social sun-ess. Thi
diamond ball team ; d bj
Association under the mai
in. 1.1 i : Nat Kupler I.., been en-
Miami Civic 11 agui
::.. nl Practice will tx- held
nexl Sundaj at p. m. al
to a port. Members and friends ol
rganizatioi to al
tend and watch the team
A veril Whi Whi ol the
in Broad-
way to II
ol half-a-century In the theal
which the urea; name ol Holly-
wood and Broadway unite' The
\ii i :->>-( toldw n-Maj ei i pec-
tai le in winch .: tor; drumming
with the heart-beats ol human
drama is surrounded by the
eantry of theatredom from t!.'
::-
of Tony Pastor to the modern tan. I
Ing-fllm era, comes Sunda;
Monday to the Tivoll Theatre.
its brilliant a n atl
includes Alice Brady. Jackie Coop!
er, Jimmy Durante, Frank Morea-
Madge Evans. Eddie Qui. an, [,
Templeton, May Robson and Ri.
sell Hardle. 1 he story .
lust dawn of vaudeville.
goes down lime to tin
Lillian Russell witii "Dial
Jim Brady gleaming from a
box. and shows three
of "troupers" marching
('own the years

Mrs. Sidney Beskind and :
lather. David Letaw. let' l .,
by motor for Birmingham. Ala |
spend the Easter holiday.- with le
and Mrs. David Sllversteln. Mi
Beskinds' son, Bobby, and M
taws two children, Eiicln
Betty, will accompany them.
PALATIAL
KOSHER
RESTAURANT
265 N. E. Second SI.
Announces That Beautiful
Sader Services
BEGINNING MARCH 'lOTll
Will Be Conducted By
Kabbi Max Shapiro
Make> your reservations Immedi-
ately lor the entire Passove:1
week or for the Sader. Break!a>'
Dinner and Supper will be sen-
ed during thi' entire week.
SADER S'2.00 each
The entire week including
SADERSS20.0I)
LAND ()' LAKES
FRESH SWEET
PASSOVER BUTTER
GET FOl'R si I-I'I.V AT
SAMET'S MARKET
731 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Opposite wm penn Hotel
IMF MODERN KOSHER MARKET
\ Complete Line of Passover Goods
MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK
OK MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Condensed Statement of Condition
Al of the Close of llusiness March 5th, 1034
COMPTROLLER'S CALL
RE80URCES
Cash and Due from Banks
U. S. Government Securitle
U. S. Bonds to sec in-,. National Currency
Cash Redemption Fund
State. County and Municipal Bund.-
Railroad. Utilities and Industrial Bo:
Federal Reserve Bank .Stock
Loans and Discounts
Furniture and Fixtures
Other Assets
SI.028.518.58
133,832.08
$1,102
50
2
166
79
4
318
5
16
050.66
000.00
500.00
391.05
336.58
500.00
211.80
503.46
111.80
TOTAL ASSETS
Capital Stock
Surplus
Undivided Profits and Ri ervi
National Currency
$1,804,605.35
LIABILITIES
$100.000 00
. 50.000.00
46.158.30
196
50
158.30
000.00
1.558
$1,804
Depo-i'..
TOTAL LIABILITIKs
Member Federal Reserve mm,.,,,
Member Federal Deposit lsUra,T
A" ',"'....... "' "" Are Guaranteed
II1I.II> 1.1BKRMAN, President.
447.05
605.35


Friday, March 30, 1934
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Three
'HE JKWISH Rec*Pvs For Passover Mr- Bua a****" who was am.
----------- ously ill is now recovering.
Fi .OR 1)1 A IV S,rawb,'r^ Shorttake (This reci-
J aj^"-"--^-"--**-!-! pc serves (en people.: This matzoh
s|>onge cake can also bo used as a
plain cake with or without some
sort ol Icing. l'L. cups granulated
cup potato flour; ';, cup
fine matzoh meal; >2 lemon, rind
orange, rind and
juice; 12 egg8. Put the SUgar, Hour.
PI BUSH Ell KVKRY FRIDAY
b> lh*
IIWISII FI.OKIDIAN I'l IIIMIIM. CO.
I'. I). Uoi 287]
Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183 sugar;
EDITORIAL OFFICES:
121 S. W. l.'.lh Avenue I'hon. 2-1183 and juice:
Palm Eeach Lodge Bnai Britli.
held an interesting meeting Mon-
day night at the Monterey Hotel.
Election oi officers resulted in the
1">I1<,\>. 11,14 being chosen. Sam A
Goldstein, president, Clias. S. Wax
vice president, Samuel Schutzer
recording .secretary; Dave Katz fi-
THE
CHAf
g^
J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor
FRED K. SHQCHKT. Circulation Manaer | meal, lemon and orange juice and|nanc,aI "t*ry; Louis Schutzci
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, grated rinds and egg yolks into a treasurer; Dave Feldman monitor;
Adverse criticism from a wls;
man Is more to be desired than
the enthusiastic approval of a tool.
Field Representative
I ereil u Mcond elan mutter July 4,
KSO, at the Past Offle* at Miami. Florida
umler 1 lie \i-t of March S. 1HT9.
WEST PALM BEACH"
SAMUEL SCHUTZER
Krpresentative
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN,
Representative
ORLANDO
SYLVIA BERMAN
Representative
TAMPA, FLA.;
MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative
SUBSCRIPTION
lame bowl and stir for three quar-
ters oi an hour; then beat the
whites to snow and fold In careful-
ly. Put in well-greased cake pan
and bake in moderate oven for at
Jack Barash guardian; O. P. Orun-
er warden; A. Kominer.s. D. Feld-
man, Jack Fein. Sam Scher. Jos. H.
Lesser. Martin Dubbin and Ben L.
Aaron trustees. Sunday evening.
Economists have yet to learn that
how many cents a dollar is worth,
depends on how much sense the
person has who spends it.
Life is like an automobile. To
least one hour. When the cake Is A|>,il 8tn' Lot,ee will formally run il one must P"1 >n oil. water.
float to represent the organization
|8I> Month*
I one Year
tl.M
J2.00
FRIDAY, MARCH .to. 1934
Vol. 7No. 13
jCharles Dickens'
I 'tew of Jesus
For 85 years, a manuscript by the
ate Charles Dickens, under the
It'll.....rhe Life of Our Lord, was
|kcpt a secret. This biography of
Jesus, which was written by the
lUthor for his children, has now
come to life, and leading news-
papers m English-speaking coun-
tries are at present featuring this
treat find.
It is natural, ol course, that the
fcery name Charles Dickens should
be sufficient to sell this document.
Nevertheless there Is sufficient
Dau.se for surprise that there should
be unconditional acceptance of a
document which maligns the Jews
III traditional fashion. The Dickens
Itory speaks of Christ's healing
powers, and then the following
Reference Is made to Jews:
Many Jews saw thus; and when
hoy saw it, they hated Jesus Christ
pie more; knowing that the people,
being taught and cured by him.
rfould not believe their Priests
I'ho told the people what was not
rue. and deceived them. So they
lid to one another that Jesus
Ihrist should be killed, because he
fcired people on the Sabbath Day
Which was against their strict
i and because he called himself
he Son of God. And they tried to
teise enemies against him. and to
F?t the crowd in the streets to
lurder Him.
The old story will be recalled
Ibout the Irishman who pounced
pion his Jewish friend, and when
sked for an explanation he charg-
the Jews with killing Christ. Re-
minded that it happened almost
lono years ago. he said he had
Jfard it only yesterday There is a
Ioi >d point to this exaggerated
tory. Mere reminders of the an-
ei:' calumny serve to inflame
vejudiced minds. And what is par-
cularly damaging about the Dlck-
Bls story is that It was written for
nldrcn nnd is hailed as a chil-
dren's biography.
done allow it to cool and cut in half
horizontally. Spread Strawberry
sauce between the layers, and over
each portion.
Pesach Candy < Nougat >: 5 egg
whites; ', lb. honey; -, lb. granu-
lated sugar; SO walnuts, quartered;
V4 tea-spoon vanilla flavoring. Beat
the egg whites to snow and put in
Ice-bOX until needed. Cook the
honey and sugar over a small fire,
stirring constantly, until the mix-
ture becomes foamy; remove troni Congregation Bnai Israel an-
fire and add the beaten egg whites nounces the following service sche-
install the officers. Definite details ^as. and air. Some leave out the oil
will appear in our next issue. The alul make enemies. Some leave out
Lodge will participate in the local tne water and ruin their health.
Mardi Gras parade and will have a : Some lcave out ln<' gas and get no-
Keep your courage up. and con-
versely, it will keep you up.
Don't expect too much of any
code. Think how long it Is taking
to put over the extremely simple
one Moses presented.
St. Petersburg
Notes
where. Some leave out the air and
complain what a rough road they
travel.
A California professor says "the
adult American is intellectually
half-starved." We have noticed
that his head doesn't seem to be
quite as fat as it was a few years
ago.
A New York doctor says six out
of every ten people have one leg
shorter than the other. That may
explain why so many of us are
running around in circles.
slowly; pin back on small lire until
the mixture thickens and Forms
soft bail.-, remove from fire and
add the quartered walnuts and the
flavoring, Pour into a buttered pan
and. alter the nougat cols, slice :'
I la reset li tThiS recipe serves six
people): l apple; 4 walnuts; Vfc tea-
spoon cinnamon* l teaspoon wine.
Chop the apples and walnuts Into
fine bits; add the spice and the
wine; mix well.
Matzoh Kloesse iSoup dumpl-
thls recipe serves six peoplei
'.. piece ol matzah; marrow from
4-inch bone, or 2 tablespoons
goose or chicken fat; salt; pepper;
ringer- garlic (optional); chives;
2 I coarse mat/oh meal -about
'. cup Soak the matzoh in boilnm-
hot water; in the meantime cream
the marrow or fat; add salt, pep-
per, ginger, garlic, chopped chives;
add j well-beaten eggs; press out
the matzoh and add it! then slow-
ly add the matzoh meal until th<
mixture is firm but still pliable
the exact amount depends on the
Size Oi the eggs. etc. Shape, and
boil slowly in soup about 15 or 20
minutes.
Mandel Torte (Almond cake: this
recipe serves six people): 5 ounces
round almonds; 9 ounces granu-
lated sugar; 1 lemon, juice and
rated rind: 5 eggs3 of them sep-
arated into yolks anil whites; 1
tablespoon fine matzoh meal. Mix
well the mound almonds, sugar
lemon juice and rind. 2 whole i
matzoh meal and 3 egg yolks, and
stir mixture for one half hour, beat
the 3 egg whites to snow and fold
carefully Into the mixture. Pul In
,i well-greased cake pan and bake
m a moderately heated men for an
hour.
dule for the lust two days ol Pass-
over:
Friday (S:30 P. M.Community
St der 7 P. M. Saturday morning 9
dock. Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld Will
speak on
Ti xt: "Ihe Spring Season ol
Life"Exodus Chapter 13-4To-
day you go out ol Egypt in the
Spring month
Saturday night service <::jo o'clock
Sunday morning 0 o'clock, and
children' ervlce at io o'clock.
Topic ol sermon"Liberty And
Light." The Jewish spirit could not
tolerate servitude, even in the land
hi tyranny.
The preacher was asked if he
thought tin man who played the
cornet in the church choir would
go to heaven. The minister replied. T|M" average man i.s one who
after some thought. "Well, I don't thinks he can get something for
see why he should notbut I'm nothing. The genius is the fellow
afraid that the man who lives next Who gets it.
door may not."
"This book of Universal Knowl-
edge will tell you everything you
ought to know," declared the agent
at the door.
"Don't need it." itrowled Mr.
Grouch. "My wife tells me all that
and a lot more besides."
Never neglect an opportunity to
make someone else happyeven it
you have to let him alone to do it.
A London collector paid $20,000
for eight (.: Napoleon's love letters
A lot ol men have paid more than
that lor their own.
Jewish Doctor Perfects
N'eu Tuberculosis Serum
ARE WE FREE?
On the first night ol Passover ;.
special memorial prayer will be re-
cited by Rabbi Kleinfeld. in mem-
ory of the late Morris Benjamin
Smith of Charlotte. N. C. who pass-
ed away on the 15th of this month
Throughout his natural life, his aim extend executive (leniency to twelvi
was to sanctify the name of Israel, convicts who agree to risk theli
His generosity and benevolence en- j own health in the interests of med-
deared him to all the Inhabitants leal science,
of that city.
Denver, a new serum which Its
Inventor Dr. H. J. Corper. directoi
ol the National Jewish Hospital
((intends will make all normal pei-
-ons -ale from tuberculosis, is to be
tested by twelve convicts at the i
Colorado State Penitentiary. Dr. !
Corper'8 serum has been proven
successful on hundreds of animals
and In order to give it a final test
Governor Johnson has agreed to .
A Community Seder will be held
on Friday Eve. and Saturday Eve
March 30th and 31st. at 7 P. M. at
the home of Mrs. H. M. Jacobs.
1234 10th Ave. S., sponsored by
Mrs. H. M. Jacobs and Mrs. Dora
Goldberg, conducted by Rabbi A.
S. Kleinfeld. Passover meals will
also be served throughout the week
by making reservations, phone 54-
412.
Ten X. Y. Department Stores
Join Anti-(erman Boycott
West Palm Beach
Notes
The Judaic Council will give a:
entertainment and card pan;, on
Sunday Eve. April 8th. at the audi-
torium ol the Congregation. Re-
freshments and prizes will
given.
be
New York.Ten of New York's
leading department and chain
-tores have discontinued purchas-
Oerman goods and have ofli-
cially joined the anti-German boy-
cott, it. was revealed by the Non-
Sectarian Anti-Nazi League. Store*,
now boycotting German goods arn
Bloomingdale's. Saks-Fifth Avenue
Hearns, Saks34th Street, Lord and
Taylor. L. M. Blumstein. L. Wert-
heimer & Co., James MeOreery,
Manhattan Chain Stores and Sear
Roebuck.
Xew Fascist Group Founder
Xew Jersey
Ml
Says King Solomon Was
One of First Inflationists
Newark. N. J A new Fascist or-
ganization calling Itself United
Beth Israel will have a lai
[gathering at Its Sader services to- states ol American Union of Pas-
|Talk about good-will! Everything night at the Mayflower Hotel. Dr.
Carl N. Herman will officiate
Bat may have been built up In a
eneration to create amity between
Bhristians and Jews may be wiped
m'' and forgotten as a result of the
ubheation of such a document
Hra Christian supporters of the
H>n-\vill movement will have
Hrrn more explaining to do to the
1*'
Rabbi Bernard M. Kaplan. Wifl
and daughter will be the guests at
Sader tonight ol Mr. and Mrs. H.
Oold
Philadelphia.One of the first
inflationists in history was King
Solomon, "who had the great wis-
dom to die before the fruits of In-
flation caught up with him." Dr
F. Cyril James. University of Penn-
sylvania economist, declared here.
"With the profits of inflation Solo-
mon built his Temple of the Lord.
his
cists and disclaiming any connec-
tion with existing Fascist groups in
this country has made Its appear-
ance In Newark. Headed by Oae-
tano Asone, a naturalized citizen his palace, a city, camps for
who was once active in Pascism in army, with the same abandon thai
Italy, the new movement proposes we now lay down a fleet of cruisi
to abolish poverty. Communists. So- Professor James said. He pointed
Beth El will hold early ser- ciallsts, anarchists, municipal police oul that Soloman's death was fol-
tonlght at U30 p. m. Satin- departments, and misunderstandin lowed by civil war and strife, and
gOted among their people. It is
grettabie that so much space day and Sundaj morning services between capital and labor, A >ne indicated thai they were the natur
Bould be given the recovered Dick- Will be held at 8:30 a. m. who claims a membership Bv document and its references to ------------ In New Jersey and branches In -------------------------------
ke Jews, even II the author Is one Mr. A. Kerman prominent local eight other states, has uniformed After she's fifteen, your daugl I
the great authors of the past merchant Is a patient al the Good followers who wear a shirt featur- observes anything that your wife
bitury.-Detroit Jewish Chronicle. Samaritan He pita! Ing the American happens to miss.
(Continued from page 1)
dairy products for Passover'.' Is
it freedom to deliberately and
intentionally flaunt the use of
treifahs at affairs of Jewish
Organisations? Is it freedom to
refuse to support Talmud To-
rahs. Yeshivas. Synagogues,
Palestine, etc., and yet sup-
port others that may be fash-
ionable, though not so neces-
sary?
We respectfully contend that
the freedom which we are
about to rommemorate is that
freedom which permits the
Jew to upstandingly, fearless-
ly, and sincerely practice his
own beliefs in such a manner
as to bring credit to himself
and to his people. A freedom,
not of slavery to fashion or to
blind leaders, is that which
PatSOVer celebrates. Those who
do otherwise are REAL SLAV-
ES.
May the lesson of Passover
be ever present in the minds of
these Jews, who knowing them-
selves fear to recognize them-
selves. Let them leave the land
of bondage, even if it be only
mental! And to that greatest
of blessings "KNOW THY-
SELF" let there be practiced
a still greater one "BE THY-
SELF."
And let these same Jews re-
peat to themselves one of the
most beautiful passages in the
Sailer service: "llashono Av-
d.iv. I shone habooh, h'nai
chorin." "this year we are
slaves, hut next year may we
be free in the land of Israel:"
if not physically, at least men-
tally and in practice.
RADIO SYNAGOG
Rabbi S. M Machtei, founder and
director of the Radio Synagog, will
h mer radl n wiod at
ten o'clock on Sunday morning on
"Passover, The Season Of I
dom". in addition to the sermon
there will be prayers, music, and
ture reading.
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THE JEWISH
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Friday, March 30, 193,
jKaMu >tjnagng SuUrtm
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTL1
Pounder and Director, Ka.iio Synagog i>( America
Sunday Mornings WIOD, Miami, Florida
f Vol. IV. SUNDAY. MARCH
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No. 15
"Prophets,Old and New, False and True"
Scripture Reading, Jeremiah. Chapter I, vena 4-1". Inclusive.
I have, on a number of occasions, been asked, -Why did God speak
to the Patriarchs, to other Biblical characters, and why does he not
speak to men. today?" That question is akin to the other childish one.
Why don't we have some prophet to rise up and to lead us out of our
dilemma?"
The answer to these questions Is given in a similar vein;"God
speaks to US, today, as He did to our inspired ancestors, and. every gen-
eration has its prophetic leaders." It ls unlortunate that most of us are
not attained to the spiritual "wave-length" for reception of Divme mess-
ages, but are too engrossed in the material world to lend a sympathetic
ear to the voice of God and Conscience. As to prophecy and leadership,
the profit which attracts mans attention, is spelled p-r-o-f-i-t. and the
leadership men Will follow is the path over which the mighty men ol
money have travelled.
At the outset, let us have a clear understanding of the term Prophel
The prophet was not. nor Is he now. a prognosticator, a foreteller ol
events I he prophet, on occasion, through his wisdom, foresaw the conse-
quences ol human conduct, and warned his contemporaries, and. while
he may have been, in that sense a foreteller, he was. at all times, a
forth-teller, a preacher. There haw been prophets in all aces and gen-
erations, each was inspired, but each prophets message varied with Ins
Intellectual and spiritual power.-, and with the needs of his particular
generation The Divine truth Is ever the .same, but. the form In which it
Is presented depends on the medium that presents it. that transmits it.
rhou h lh. Sages Of the Talmud say thai since the Temple at Jeru-
salem was destroyed the spun Of prophecy has been taken from men.
,i, qualify that by stating that it refers to the pi I prophet,
, but that wise men still are endowed with the Divine Insight and
Bight, whu-h the prophets possessed I ive been prophets In ancient
days, and there are prophets in this day. The chain has never n
broken W] re remarkable is the fact thai n st as there wen
false pr0p] ,ng the old, so have we false propl
yes, the : unber the true In about the same pioportlon as the
.: Baal and ol the grove outnumbered Eli, d about
U m the 18th and 19th chapters ol the Plrsl Hook 01 K::
The revealing key for the detection 01 the false from the 1 have
found hidden in 'hese two chapters, in speaking ol the false [i rphets.
Elijah says to Ahab, "New therefore send and gather to me all
unto mount Carmcl. and the prophets of Baal lour hundred and
and the prophets ol lie lour hundred, which eat at Jei
table." Remember that, "Which eat at Jezebels table."!! In the follow-
ing chapter we have an account ol the flight ol Elijah into the wilder-
ness to escape the wrath ol Jezebel. There we read. And as he laj and
slept under a juniper tree, behold, then an angel touched him. and said
unto him. Arise and eat. And he looked, and, behold, there was a cake
baked on the coals, and a cruse ol water at his head. And he did eat and
drink, and laid him down auam.
Now dea, ;: us apply this standard to our leaders and let
us test the falsity or tli.' probity ol their claim, to prophecy, prophecy
that is a zealot's inspired love lor lellowmen. a Divine fever consuming
one to right wrongs, to denounce corruption, to establish law and order
out 01 Inju '.< and chao to champion th< cause of the many
liberate them from the Btrangle-hold ot the unscrupulous lew. Thai Is
prophecy, and the mlssloi Ol the true- prophet.
The ancients stand up well under the test m i his lot in with
the ma ae in- did not tall lor the temptations offered through associa-
tion With the mighty men Ol Pharaohs 1 curt. He did nut can to tx Oni
o1 H, rather preferred the drj Mat-
zoh and tile vague Main.a
Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezra, they eared naught for the bribe.- of the
powerful m offio and 1 peclal privilege They waived privilege
and ca with the under-privileged Eatin al Jezel tab!
not to their '
in this country, we have had our Wa bin ton Hi might hai
honors and weal' and bestowed upon him had he chosei
cast i.) lot with Kin George III But 1 rathei pn I 1 red '
Valley Forge, In the tight for a Divinely inspired Causi Not loi Wasl -
lngton, to "eat at Jezebeli table." Lincoln might have had an ea l<
ministration, a plea anter time In office, and. no doubt
be turned in. bai the principle! ol prophecy, and. had he ehi
to plaj favi rttei with those who tood In Jezebel's place, In hi* day. But
Lincoln was a true prophet. He was not among those "which eat al J
bel's table His, rather, the martyrs life,
There have been others, al the helm ol this nation, who have
played prophetic qualltlei who have worn the cloak ol the true ,
And. for everj public ervant that has eaten cake baked on coals In
wilderness, and has drunk just water, because he has trul; his
people, then have been hundri populace
which they had been In tructed to ay, while eating "at Ji
This nation and I Id out to special lnt< n I
and tun'' again, by fall e pub lc serve
the hands ol the expli i 'i d 1 troyer who were en la I 0 had
I,.,. and b'da- :.n the honor ol eating at Jea
table trom the privileged class.
At the helm ol thi hip ol
1 1 0 pupprt.
WB by a clique or group to 1
lh ri pond 1 to no stt I it at Jezeb .
When, in thi
challenge the pr) dram thi
vitality and the citizenry ol II
land, can you mm n "' ---------- ha. .,,
t,on of the suffering ol the masses? Just think back '"""-'
vet left our cheeks from the scandals of men In public office selling out
:ees and the wealth ol the nation to Jezebels cohort*. Tnose
the fatee prophet- and -hey preached falsehoods, tO conceal .
treacheries, and .0 proteel Jezebel from the wrath ot the populace thai
was being robbed and cheated.
Prom a purely personal and protective and,., eating a. Jezebel's table
is preferable to eating burned biscuits in the wilderness Jezebe pro-
tects her friends and allies. The powerful corporations whom dishonest
legislators serve, not only pay well, but they provide tor their cronies
the lean years. The public, a. large, on the other hand, is a sorrv task-
master, a' tickle one, whose d.s.avor mav banish the idol whom. VI
day, they proclaimed. No one but a in..' prophet, self-sacrificing and
Divinely Inspired, would devote himself unstintingly, and would conse-
crat 1.1s every waking thought and act to the service ei hi- country, in
the lace of the immediate uncertainty of reward. True it Is, that only
time .an teach us the proper evaluation of the services ot the loyal
prophet. Only alter years have given their -tamp ol approval to his ac-
tions does the world recognize him for what he truly was
Prophecy has not ceased. The word of God has not been silent Each
age and generation has had its share of false prophets and true. This
nation has not been slighted. We have been plundered under the guid-
ance ot false prophet-s. We have been saved through the ministrations of
true prophets. At present, our nation is blessed with a leader who has
turned his back on the tables of Jezebel, and who responds to Divine in-
spiration in guiding the destiny of our people.
James Russell Lowell has rightly described the false prophets, 111 his
verse on
"FREEDOM"
They are slave.- who fear to speak
For the fallen and the weak:
They are slaves who will not chouse
Hatred, scoffing, and abuse.
Rather than ill silence shrink
From tin truth they needs must think.
They are slaves who dare not be
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scene.
Other spicy scenes take place in
studio parties in New York's Bo-
hemian art colony. The picture.
based on the story of Edith Fitz-
gerald and Robert Kiskin. I reals ol
the theories of the youthful gen-
eration on the problems of love and
marriage.
Eette Davis lias the title role with
Gene Raymond playing opposite
her.

Rabbi S. M. Machtei of the Radio
Synagog will officiate at the Pass-
over Sedarim, tonight and tomor-
row night, at the Alamac Hotel.
Miami Beach. Kabbi and Mis.
Machtei, and daughter. Naomi, will
.spend the entire Passover week at
the Alamac Hotel. Those desiring
to reach the rabbi during this
period are asked to communicate
with him at the above hotel. The
rabbi will return to his home, in
Miami, on Sunday, April eighth.

Last Sunday one of the outstand-
ing musical events of the season
was presented by Mrs. M. D. Kirsch
and Mrs. S. H. Lutzky at the home
of Mrs. Kirsch in the interests of
the Hadassah Hospital at the He-
brew University in Palestine. Among
the artists appearing were Irving
H Fischer, ten year old pianist;
Madam Zippen Wishengrad. Abra-
shi. Alexander Alexay, Mrs. Ber-
tram Raff, and Paul Fishbein.
Chamber music by a quintet com-
posed of Dr. M. D. Kirsch. Mrs.
Monroe. Al Alexay, Paul Fishman
and M. Cohen concluded the pro-
gram. Mrs. Lutzky presided at the
tea table. A very interesting talk
on Hadassah medical work in Pal-
estine was given by Dr. SSphie
Sabinoff of New York.

1 he annual concert sponsored by
Cantor Boris Schlachman of Beth
Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach
was attended by several hundred
people last Sunday night at the
Synagogue. Beginning with a piano
solo in which Jewish numbers were
featured by Miss Cohen, the pro-
gram presented A. Goldman violin- i
Lst and Cantor Schlachman. The '
cantor was heard In a Russian
number, three liturgical selections
and a number of Yiddish folk songs.
Baron De Hirsch Meyer. Miami
Beach city councilman made an
appeal for funds for the Hebrew-
Friendly Inn.

Miss Ethel Mintzer who Ls at-
tending the State College for Wo-
men at Tallahassee returned to her
home to spend the holidays with
her parents Mr. and Mrs. I. L.
Mintzer.
. .
Last week Mr. Max Rappaport
who acted as the Kohayn at the
Pidyon Haben of the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Murry Streit donated the fee
received by him at the redemption
ceremonies to the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation. Following
the ceremonies a buffet luncheon
was served.

Jack Mintzer the son of Mr. and
Mrs. I. L. Mintzer of Miami Beach
won the Boy's Championship in the
tennis matches sponsored by the
Miami Athletic Club at Moore Park
last week and received a silver lov-
ing cup.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schulman
are receiving congratulations on
the ijiiin oi a baby boy at the Vic-
toria Hospital last week. Rabl
M Machtei officiated at the Bris
yesterday morning al the ho

Rabbi D. Burnstein, noted Rabbi
and scholar arrived here last week
in the interests of the "Kneseth
Beth Yitzchok" Rabbinical College
oi Kamenetz Litovsk, Poland. He
spoke at Beth Jacob Synagogue last
week as a result of which several
hundred dollars were raised for the
Institution.

Rabbi and Mrs. A. Levin ol Bal-
timore, Md are the guests for
Passover ol Mr. :.::C Mrs, Shaj.....
of New York City at Miami Beach.

Dr. A. F. Friedman a resident
and practicing optometrist in Miami
for the past fifteen years opened
offices at 152 E. Flagler St. last
week where he will serve his many
clients in the scientific fitting of
glasses and examination ol the
eyes. Dr. Friedman is the son in law
I of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dubler,
pioneer residents of Miami.

Immediately preceding the Sad-
ler services tonight at the Palatial
| Kosher Restaurant Rabbi Max Sha-
piro who will conduct the services
will preach briefly on "Are we a
Free People." Plans for the sader
nights include one of the finest ser-
vices in this area. Special attention
..ill be given those desiring to pro-
vide themselves with strictly kosher
food for Die cutnc week at n liced
prices The Palatial is the oldest
strictly kosher restaurant in this
area

Van c Swearlngen, prominent
Miami attorney, si veral times may-
or of Jacksonville, and a former
ttorney general ol Florida, an-
nounced his candidacy for the of-
fice oi county solicitor of Dade
county las) week. He is campaign-
ing on a platform of Intelligent and
impartial law enforcement. He Ls
known as a fearless, capable and
efficient lawyer and has a host of
friends supporting him

"Jimmy The (lent.'' the Warner
Bros, picture starring James Cag-
ney. will be the feature attraction
at the Paramount Theatre begin-
ning today.
The story unveils in humorous
vein the unique racket of heir
chasing, that is, the hunting down
of lost heirs in order to inherit un-
claimed estates, <\nd the two no-
torious heir chasers, Jame Cagney
and Alan Dinehart, do not stop at
bribing persons to act as heir- and
coaching them into perjured te
mony.
Bette Davis is the feminine lead
opposite Cagney and the girl over
whom Cagney and Dinehart do
battle for Jier love.
Jack Edwards heads an all star
c show which will begin to-
night.
ON THE STAGE
The Playboy of :: Continents!
JACK EDWARDS
Presents a New and Novel Revue
"BIZARRE BROADWAY"
On the Screen--Exciting Comedy
JAMES CAGNEY
Bette Davis, Alan SinehartIn
"JIMMY, THE GENT"
SINCERE WISHES FOR
"A Fraylichen and kosheren Pesach"
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PLCTE HOUSE FURNlSMEa^
400 N. MIAMI AVENUE
CAPT. TOM AM) THE EMPLOYEES OF
CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART
EXTEND TO THEIR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS
BEST WISHES FOR
"A FRAYLICHEN ANDkOSHEREN PESACH"
The Finest of Fresh Sea Foods Caught
By our own boats daily at attractively low prices .All handled in observance of sanitary
rules .iimI regulations
The Wagner Brewing Co,
Producers of
Wagner Genuine Lager Beer
Wish All
Their Jewish Friends
"A FRAYLICHEN AND KOSHEREN PESACH"
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THE JEWISH FL O R I J> IAN
Friday, March 30,
THE SEDER
Fair is the twilight.
And fragrant and still;
Little by little
The synagogues fill.
One by one kindle
The night's gleaming eyes;
Candles in windows
And stars in the skies.
Ended in shul is
The service divine;
Seder is started,
With legends and wine.
Father is blessing
The night of all nights;
All who are hungry
To feast he invites.
All who are homeless
Yet masters shall be,
Slaves who are this year
The next shall be free!
Children ask 'questions',
And father replies;
Playfully sparkle
The wine and the eyes.
Hymns of redemption
All merrily sing;
Queen is each mother.
Each father a king.
Midnight. The seder
Is come to an end;
Guardian angels
From heaven descend.
Each one a mesi
01 liberty brings;
Scattering blessings
OI peace from his wings.
PLAYING AT THE
TIVOL1 THEATRE
Gainesville
Notes
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
JIMMIE DURANTE
To
ty is
paint
marry a woman for her bcau-
like buying a house for its
At a special Initiation ceremony
of Phi Beta Delta held recently.
Anson Drelsen, of Miami, was in-
ducted at an impressive ritual.
Arnold Rubin of Miami has been
quite prominent among the aspir-
ants for i lie freshman tennis squad.
AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP
ASKED FOR EINSTEIN
Maurice Cromer. also of Miami,
is doing splendid work with the
freshman debating squad.
With the appearance of the
nominations ot the two political
p:ir,ies for the general election to
,,,1 numerous student body OHices
we find that Delta Chapter has been
recognised with the .selections o.
two of the brothers to run on the
ticket. Alvin Cassel. of Miami, has
pee,, nominated for a posit.".. OD
the Board of Student Publications,
and Ely Katz. of St, Petersburg.
.,. been selected to run for the
Lyceum Council.
a state wide trip with that organ
ation.
Delta Chapter is planning
era! social events to lake ,
shortly after the holiday.
+.
Washington. A resolution to
grant American citizenship to Al-
bert Einstein, noted scientist, who
left Germany under the Hitler re-
gime, was introduced by Congress-
man Kenney, Democrat, of New
Jersey. Ill the measure, Kenney
said Einstein had been accepted by
the scientific world "as a savant
and genius" and that he had pub-
licly declared on many occasions to
be "a lover of the United States
and an admirer of its constitution."
Simon Upton. <>f Miami, was re-
cently honored by the chapter with
the office of Marshal.
HOMES
FOR SALE
or
RENT
In All Sections of Miami
PRICED REASONABLY
Dade County
Security Co.
117 N. E. First Avenue
Milton A. Friedman, of Miami.
who was honored at the beginning
of the current year with the posi-
tion of auditor of the University
Glee Club, has just returned from
TIVOLI
Showi :IS and 9:1)0 P. M.
PASSOVER AND FREEDOM
Passover is the festival oi spring,
its human appeal, therefore, Is as
old as humanity, and as perennial
as spring. But it Is an historical
festival Israel's birthdayas the
annual commemoration of an event
which ha.- changed the destinies oi
mankind, thai it proclaims the
man-redeeming truth. Ood is the
God of freedom. Even as in Egypt,
He sopused the cause of brick-
making helots against the mighty
royal oppressor, Hi forever Judgeth
the world in righteousness, and the
people with equity. There Is an
overruling providence that exalts
righteou.sne.-s and freedom and
humble.-, to dominion ol Iniquity
and oppression. This teaching has
been a light unto the nations of
the Western world In their weary.
age lone warfare for liberty,
Ja< Ob
KosLer
Voters Register
For Primaries
ting, but many members of the
A total of 5,946 persons have reg-
istered for the June primaries since
the registration books have been in
the 73 precincts, Carl Holmer, jr..
supervisor of registration, reported
Wednesday. The registration is the
slowest in years.
The books will remain in the pre-
cincts until noon. April 2. when
they will be returned to Mr. Holm-
er's office, seventh floor of the
courthouse, where they will be open
from April 3 through April 30.
Voters in the primaries must have
receipts for 1932 and 1933 poll
taxes, which may be paid on the
ond floor of the courthouse from
now until May 19. The first prim-
ary will be on June 5 and the sec-
ond on June 26.
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II SKA BREEZE
IIOTEL
Collins Aw. at 2nd St.
MIAMI BEACH
I Takes pleasure In announcing '
that it will remain open for |
Passover i
Sadcr Services
will be Conducted by
Cantor Boris
I
Sch lachn van
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20c till 6:MEvening 25c
Matinees Dally
Sunday and Monday. April !}
MADGE EVANS
JIMMIE DURANTE
"Broadway To
11 oily wood"
FRANK MORGAN
Patronize A
MIAMI PRODUCT!
Orange Crystals
STRICTLY KOSHER
(Ask your Rabbi'
FOR WASHING DISHES
By Hand or Machine
Williams Chemica
Company
339 N. E. 2nd A\ :
Phone 2-3520
DR. A. F. FRIEDMAN
REGISTERED OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN
Announces the Opening of Offices at
152 EAST FLAGLER STREET
i Over Nunally's)
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RABBI S. M MAC] ITEI, Radio Synagog,
RABBI DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM,
Cong, Beth Jacob. Miami Beach,
and RABBI JULIUS WASHER,
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Miami,
and In the presence of MASHGIACH, appointed by the rabbis.
IF YOr ARE NOW A CUSTOMER OF THE MIAMI HOME MILK PRODUCERS
ASSN INSTRUCT VOI K ROUTE MAN ABOUT VOI I! REQUIREMENTS FOR Till
PASSOVER PERIOD.
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" • Page hour THE JEWISH I A N Friday, March 30, 193, jKaMu §>tjnagng SuUrtm Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTL1 Pounder and Director, Ka.iio Synagog i>( America SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA f Vol. IV. SUNDAY. MARCH •:• •: %  •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •:• •>••> &f +* ••• ••• ••• *•* ** %  •" 1!M No. 15 "Prophets,—Old and New, False and True" Scripture Reading, Jeremiah. Chapter I, vena 4-1". Inclusive. I have, on a number of occasions, been asked, -Why did God speak to the Patriarchs, to other Biblical characters, and why does he not speak to men. today?" That question is akin to the other childish one. •Why don't we have some prophet to rise up and to lead us out of our dilemma?" The answer to these questions Is given in a similar vein;—"God speaks to US, today, as He did to our inspired ancestors, and. every generation has its prophetic leaders." It LS unlortunate that most of us are not attained to the spiritual "wave-length" for reception of Divme messages, but are too engrossed in the material world to lend a sympathetic ear to the voice of God and Conscience. As to prophecy and leadership, the profit which attracts mans attention, is spelled p-r-o-f-i-t. and the leadership men Will follow is the path over which the mighty men ol money have travelled. At the outset, let us have a clear understanding of the term Prophel The prophet was not. nor Is he now. a prognosticator, a foreteller ol events I he prophet, on occasion, through his wisdom, foresaw the consequences ol human conduct, and warned his contemporaries, and. while he may have been, in that sense a foreteller, he was. at all times, a forth-teller, a preacher. There haw been prophets in all aces and generations, each was inspired, but each prophets message varied with Ins Intellectual and spiritual power.-, and with the needs of his particular generation The Divine truth Is ever the .same, but. the form In which it Is presented depends on the medium that presents it. that transmits it. rhou h lh Sages Of the Talmud say thai since the Temple at Jerusalem was destroyed the spun Of prophecy has been taken from men. ,i, %  qualify that by stating that it refers to the pi I prophet, but that wise men still are endowed with the Divine Insight and Bight, whu-h the prophets possessed I ive been prophets In ancient days, and there are prophets in this day. The chain has never n broken W ] %  re remarkable is the fact thai n st as there wen false p r0 p] ,ng the old, so have we false propl yes the : unber the true In about the same pioportlon as the .: Baal and ol the grove outnumbered Eli, d about U m the 18th and 19th chapters ol the Plrsl Hook 01 K:: The revealing key for the detection 01 the false from the • 1 have found hidden in 'hese two chapters, in speaking ol the false [i rphets. Elijah says to Ahab, "New therefore send and gather to me all unto mount Carmcl. and the prophets of Baal lour hundred and and the prophets ol lie lour hundred, which eat at Jei table." Remember that, "Which eat at Jezebels table."!! In the following chapter we have an account ol the flight ol Elijah into the wilderness to escape the wrath ol Jezebel. There we read. And as he laj and slept under a juniper tree, behold, then an angel touched him. and said unto him. Arise and eat. And he looked, and, behold, there was a cake baked on the coals, and a cruse ol water at his head. And he did eat and drink, and laid him down auam. Now dea ;: us apply this standard to our leaders and let us test the falsity or tli.' probity ol their claim, to prophecy, prophecy that is a zealot's inspired love lor lellowmen. a Divine fever consuming one to right wrongs, to denounce corruption, to establish law and order out 01 Inju '.<• and chao to champion th< cause of the many liberate them from the Btrangle-hold ot the unscrupulous lew. Thai Is prophecy, and the mlssloi Ol the trueprophet. The ancients stand up well under the test M I his lot in with the ma ae indid not tall lor the temptations offered through association With the mighty men Ol Pharaohs 1 curt. He did nut can to tx Oni O1 H, rather preferred the drj Matzoh and tile vague Main.a Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezra, they eared naught for the bribe.of the powerful m offio and 1 peclal privilege They waived privilege and ca with the under-privileged Eatin al Jezel tab! not to their in this country, we have had our Wa bin ton Hi might hai honors and weal' and bestowed upon him had he chosei cast i.) lot with Kin George III But 1 rathei pn I 1 red Valley Forge, In the tight for a Divinely inspired Causi Not loi Wasl lngton, to "eat at Jezebeli table." Lincoln might have had an ea l< ministration, a plea anter time In office, and. no doubt be turned in. bai the principle! ol prophecy, and. had he ehi to plaj favi rttei with those who tood In Jezebel's place, In hi* day. But Lincoln was a true prophet. He was not among those "which eat al J bel's table His, rather, the martyrs life, There have been others, al the helm ol this nation, who have played prophetic qualltlei who have worn the cloak ol the true And. for everj public ervant that has eaten cake baked on coals In wilderness, and has drunk just water, because he has trul; his people, then have been hundri populace which they had been In tructed to ay, while eating "at Ji This nation and I Id out to special lnt< n I and tun'' again, by fall e pub lc serve the hands ol the expli %  i 'i d 1 troyer who were en la I 0 had I,.,. and b'da. :.n the honor ol eating at Jea table trom the privileged class. At the helm ol thi hip ol 1 1 0 pupprt. WB by a clique or group to 1 lh ri pond 1 to no stt I it at Jezeb When, in thi challenge the pr) dram thi vitality and the citizenry ol II land, can you mm n "' •• — %  ha .,„, t,on of the suffering ol the masses? Just think back '"""-'• vet left our cheeks from the scandals of men In public office selling out :ees and the wealth ol the nation to Jezebels cohort*. Tnose the fatee prophetand -hey preached falsehoods, tO conceal treacheries, and .0 proteel Jezebel from the wrath ot the populace thai was being robbed and cheated. Prom a purely personal and protective and,., eating a. Jezebel's table is preferable to eating burned biscuits in the wilderness Jezebe protects her friends and allies. The powerful corporations whom dishonest legislators serve, not only pay well, but they provide tor their cronies the lean years. The public, a. large, on the other hand, is a sorrv taskmaster, a' tickle one, whose d.s.avor mav banish the idol whom. VI day, they proclaimed. No one but a in..' prophet, self-sacrificing and Divinely Inspired, would devote himself unstintingly, and would consecrat 1.1s every waking thought and act to the service ei hicountry, in the lace of the immediate uncertainty of reward. True it Is, that only time .an teach us the proper evaluation of the services ot the loyal prophet. Only alter years have given their -tamp ol approval to his actions does the world recognize him for what he truly was Prophecy has not ceased. The word of God has not been silent Each age and generation has had its share of false prophets and true. This nation has not been slighted. We have been plundered under the guidance ot false prophet-s. We have been saved through the ministrations of true prophets. At present, our nation is blessed with a leader who has turned his back on the tables of Jezebel, and who responds to Divine inspiration in guiding the destiny of our people. James Russell Lowell has rightly described the false prophets, 111 his verse on "FREEDOM" They are slave.who fear to speak For the fallen and the weak: They are slaves who will not chouse Hatred, scoffing, and abuse. Rather than ill silence shrink From tin truth they needs must think. They are slaves who dare not be In the right with two or three pnssDVEn GIFTS = VUL 1! &^ TO YOUR I RELATIVES land FRIENDS Ml 1 USSR. (RUSSIA) = Send your Torgsin Order %  NOW l>> KADIO or cable. I Your local bankordu* § thorized d^ent will give I the necessary informa* | tion.and radio or cable 1 your TORGSIN ORDER. BILTMORE LAUNDRY SERVICE at a price tl'iil ill' your pm kith* PHONE .{-.:iK7 21 N. W. 'Jill ST. BEST WISHES FOB "A Fraylichen and kosheren Pesach' LOUIS, YOUR HAIRDRESSER 231 Halcyon Arcade, \i>. 1 1 ^^TiSiSzni^siSiszsisuziiimii^siszsutj iriJuzju^iiRnr^ r? r? r RED CROSS DRUG DEPARTMENT STORE f SI E Fldglrrl Bids all its Jewish friends "A Fraylichen and Koshcren Pesach' MATZO MEAL• F ARFEL GENIl BtPHMEnl other vegetable breadGOOD HEALTH BAKIM' COMPANY. INC. 2165 W. Hagler St. Phonr Mill Hl Washington Avenue. M. B-j The "Good Httltb" KmJ King Funeral I lomc To S, 1 /1 111111,1ml \ M "" Operate* 1 hy PRANK <; MeOHAN'S WIDO* II V Vf. Ird A>. Phonei .t-2111 • MATZO CERE SEND 1'OVB LAUNDR1 TO THE HOME SERVICB Laundry RO II II KM U 'Prop. „ 1111 8. W. r,ih St. Phone -•"„ WE CALL FOR AND ni:MVl>



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Page 2 JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. March 30, SOCIETY The annual children's sadei ol the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation was cond Wednesday night ai <" under the direction of Rabbi Julius Washer. The children of tin mud Torah and Sunday school conducted the entire Sadcr ritual Goodies wei Ladies Auxiliary. An..:, i mi n charge ol Mesdames G Kotkm. N Abramson and J. L. Shochet. Junior Hadassah will liold an important meetln KI Monday night April 2nd at the Ponce de Leon Hotel when an interesting program will be presented. All members and friends are urged to attend. • • • The pupiLs of Beth David Talmud and Sunday school celebrated their annual children's sader under the direction of Rabbi Shapiro lasl Sunday morning with lai e number of children in attendance. The Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau will sponsor a card party at the home of Mis Rubin 1923 S. W. 13th St. Wednesday night April 11th. Prize : will be given for high scons and hmente will be served. The public Is urged to attend. • • Beth David Sisterhood Is sponver card party at p. m. Tuesday afternoon April 3rd at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall with Mrs. Wm. Robinson as chairman Tickets may be obtained from We Extend Best Wishes For A "Fraylichen And Kosheren Pesach" 3 u rdin os MIAMI -a MIAMI BEACH %un i Junc •><< mien \ Best Wishes To Our Jewish Friends FOR "A Fraylichen and Kosheren Pesach' THE MORRIS PLAN COMPANY OF MIAMI VINCENT R. BRICK. Manager 46 W. FLAGLER STREET any member of the committee or at the door. Prizes will be award ii toi high scores and refreshments will ved. On Sunday cvenm 8th Betli David Sisterhood Is sponsoring a dance at its Talmud Torah Hail with Mi-. Edward Friedman chairman ol th committee. The public Is Invl attend. i as) Sunday morning Hie children ol Beth Jacob Sunday school and Talmud Torah celebrated thenannual children'.Sader at the Synagogue with Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom. officiating. One of the largest crowds attending conceits this season attended •he annual concert sponsored by the Workmen's circle at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall last Sunday night. Maxim Borodin was In excellent voice and Zelda Slatin Who assisted him. were both forced to Ivi encore alter encore. Victor Packer the well known Yiddish actor recited a number ol well known Yiddish selections for which he n ceived an enthusiastic ovation The evening was both a moral and financial success. • • Cantor Boris Schlachman will ICl the Sader services at the i Hotc-i Miami Beach tc>nlght and tomorrow night. This hotel, well known for its excellen cuiervlce is one i :. and oldest hotel catering to the Jewish public m Miami B Last Wednesday Rabbis Machtei. Washer and Rosenbloom supervised the kosherinu of the plant of tin Miami Home Milk Producers Assn to enable proper Pas-over butter to be churned for the Jewish trade Melton's one of the prize dairii the Association will supply the milk and cream for the Passover trade and will have Mr. Lustgarten il mashgiach appointed by the Rabbis m direct control ol the production to insure strut adhi to all Passover regulations. Oi bottle of milk and each pack.. butter, cheese or SOUT cream, a .-pedal label bearing the signatures ol all three Rabbis will appear to enable the customer to be certain ol the contents as bein. I' products Every precaution required Including the dry feeding of the cows, with special Passover food has been and will be observed during the holiday Twenty table ol brid e were In %  Wednesday nigh! at the i % %  Loyalty ciub oi Emunah Chapter O. E. S. wan MIand Mrs Albert B Morrl Ihe Barbara Jean %  W ere awarded loi and delicious refreshments ., ..,,; ii,,. next benefit atari" be a Pai -over card parr. sponsored by Miss Ida Schwartz at her home334 N. W. 2nd ave. nexi Wednesday evenim \pril 4th at 8 p. „,. when refreshments will b< ; and prizes awarded tor high The public i, invited te At the in. ol the V Men's Hebrew Association lasl Wed. night plans lor a eries i : tven anne uni i d and details will be published In these column A report ol thi dance showed that it had been a financial and social sun-ess. Thi diamond ball team ; %  %  d bj Association under the mai in. 1.1 i : Nat Kupler I.., been enMiami Civic 11 agui ::.. nl Practice will txheld nexl Sundaj at p. m. al to a port. Members and friends ol rganizatioi to al tend and watch the team A veril Whi Whi ol the in Broadway to II ol half-a-century In the theal which the urea; name ol Hollywood and Broadway unite' The \ii i :->>-( toldw %  n-Maj ei i pectai le in winch .: tor; drumming with the heart-beats ol human drama is surrounded by the eantry of theatredom from t!.' : %  :of Tony Pastor to the modern tan. I Ing-fllm era, comes Sunda; Monday to the Tivoll Theatre. its brilliant a n atl includes Alice Brady. Jackie Coop! er, Jimmy Durante, Frank MoreaMadge Evans. Eddie Qui. an, [, Templeton, May Robson and Ri. sell Hardle. 1 he story lust dawn of vaudeville. goes down lime to tin Lillian Russell witii "Dial Jim Brady gleaming from a box. and shows three of "troupers" marching ('own the years • • • Mrs. Sidney Beskind and : lather. David Letaw. let' l ., by motor for Birmingham. Ala | spend the Easter holiday.with le and Mrs. David Sllversteln. Mi Beskinds' son, Bobby, and M taws two children, Eiicln Betty, will accompany them. PALATIAL KOSHER RESTAURANT 265 N. E. Second SI. Announces That Beautiful Sader Services BEGINNING MARCH 'lOTll Will Be Conducted By Kabbi Max Shapiro Make> your reservations Immediately lor the entire Passove: 1 week or for the Sader. Break!a>' Dinner and Supper will be sened during thi' entire week. SADER S'2.00 each The entire week including SADERS—S20.0I) LAND ()' LAKES FRESH SWEET PASSOVER BUTTER GET FOl'R si I-I'I.V AT SAMET'S MARKET 731 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach Opposite wm penn Hotel IMF MODERN KOSHER MARKET \ Complete Line of Passover Goods— MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK OK MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Condensed Statement of Condition Al of the Close of llusiness March 5th, 1034 COMPTROLLER'S CALL RE80URCES Cash and Due from Banks U. S. Government Securitle U. S. Bonds to sec in-,. National Currency Cash Redemption Fund •State. County and Municipal Bund.Railroad. Utilities and Industrial Bo: Federal Reserve Bank .Stock Loans and Discounts Furniture and Fixtures Other Assets SI. 028.518.58 133,832.08 $1,102 50 2 166 79 4 318 5 16 050.66 000.00 500.00 391.05 336.58 500.00 211.80 503.46 111.80 TOTAL ASSETS Capital Stock Surplus Undivided Profits and Ri ervi National Currency $1,804,605.35 LIABILITIES $100.000 00 50.000.00 46.158.30 196 50 158.30 000.00 1.558 $1,804 Depo-i'.. TOTAL LIABILITIKs Member Federal Reserve MM,.,,, Member Federal Deposit l„s U ra„, T A "' "' "—" %  %  Are Guaranteed %  •II1I.II> 1.1BKRMAN, President. 447.05 605.35



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n Page 6 THE JEWISH FL O R I J> IAN Friday, March 30, THE SEDER Fair is the twilight. And fragrant and still; Little by little The synagogues fill. One by one kindle The night's gleaming eyes; Candles in windows And stars in the skies. Ended in shul is The service divine; Seder is started, With legends and wine. Father is blessing The night of all nights; All who are hungry To feast he invites. All who are homeless Yet masters shall be, Slaves who are this year— The next shall be free! Children ask 'questions', And father replies; Playfully sparkle The wine and the eyes. Hymns of redemption All merrily sing; Queen is each mother. Each father a king. Midnight. The seder Is come to an end; Guardian angels From heaven descend. Each one a mesi 01 liberty brings; Scattering blessings OI peace from his wings. PLAYING AT THE TIVOL1 THEATRE Gainesville Notes UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA JIMMIE DURANTE To ty is paint marry a woman for her bcaulike buying a house for its At a special Initiation ceremony of Phi Beta Delta held recently. Anson Drelsen, of Miami, was inducted at an impressive ritual. Arnold Rubin of Miami has been quite prominent among the aspirants for i lie freshman tennis squad. AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP ASKED FOR EINSTEIN Maurice Cromer. also of Miami, is doing splendid work with the freshman debating squad. With the appearance of the nominations ot the two political p:ir ,ies for the general election to ,,,1 numerous student body OHices we find that Delta Chapter has been recognised with the .selections o. two of the brothers to run on the ticket. Alvin Cassel. of Miami, has pee,, nominated for a posit.".. OD the Board of Student Publications, and Ely Katz. of St, Petersburg. „.,.„ been selected to run for the Lyceum Council. a state wide trip with that organ ation. Delta Chapter is planning era! social events to lake shortly after the holiday. +.— Washington. — A resolution to grant American citizenship to Albert Einstein, noted scientist, who left Germany under the Hitler regime, was introduced by Congressman Kenney, Democrat, of New Jersey. Ill the measure, Kenney said Einstein had been accepted by the scientific world "as a savant and genius" and that he had publicly declared on many occasions to be "a lover of the United States and an admirer of its constitution." Simon Upton. <>f Miami, was recently honored by the chapter with the office of Marshal. HOMES FOR SALE or RENT In All Sections of Miami PRICED REASONABLY Dade County Security Co. 117 N. E. First Avenue Milton A. Friedman, of Miami. who was honored at the beginning of the current year with the position of auditor of the University Glee Club, has just returned from TIVOLI Showi :IS and 9:1)0 P. M. PASSOVER AND FREEDOM Passover is the festival oi spring, its human appeal, therefore, Is as old as humanity, and as perennial as spring. But it Is an historical festival Israel's birthday—as the annual commemoration of an event which ha.changed the destinies oi mankind, thai it proclaims the man-redeeming truth. Ood is the God of freedom. Even as in Egypt, He sopused the cause of brickmaking helots against the mighty royal oppressor, Hi forever Judgeth the world in righteousness, and the people with equity. There Is an overruling providence that exalts righteou.sne.-s and freedom and humble.-, to dominion ol Iniquity and oppression. This teaching has been a light unto the nations of the Western world In their weary. age lone warfare for liberty, —Ja< Ob KosLer Voters Register For Primaries ting, but many members of the A total of 5,946 persons have registered for the June primaries since the registration books have been in the 73 precincts, Carl Holmer, jr.. supervisor of registration, reported Wednesday. The registration is the slowest in years. The books will remain in the precincts until noon. April 2. when they will be returned to Mr. Holmer's office, seventh floor of the courthouse, where they will be open from April 3 through April 30. Voters in the primaries must have receipts for 1932 and 1933 poll taxes, which may be paid on the ond floor of the courthouse from now until May 19. The first primary will be on June 5 and the second on June 26. + II SKA BREEZE IIOTEL Collins Aw. at 2nd St. MIAMI BEACH I Takes pleasure In announcing that it will remain open for | Passover i Sadcr Services will be Conducted by Cantor Boris I Sch lachn van l ^ 20c till 6:M—Evening 25c Matinees Dally Sunday and Monday. April %  } MADGE EVANS JIMMIE DURANTE "Broadway To 11 oily wood" FRANK MORGAN Patronize A MIAMI PRODUCT! Orange Crystals STRICTLY KOSHER (Ask your Rabbi' FOR WASHING DISHES By Hand or Machine Williams Chemica Company 339 N. E. 2nd A\ %  : Phone 2-3520 DR. A. F. FRIEDMAN REGISTERED OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN Announces the Opening of Offices at 152 EAST FLAGLER STREET i Over Nunally's) LrifiLrara^JHJHJTzrareraznirajHJHra^^ We take pleasure and pride in announcing that .ISSOXT I.J.iirv rroaucls will be produced by us in full compliance with the Jewish laws, under the supervision of RABBI S. M MAC] ITEI, Radio Synagog, RABBI DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Cong, Beth Jacob. Miami Beach, and RABBI JULIUS WASHER, Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Miami, and In the presence of %  MASHGIACH, appointed by the rabbis. IF YOr ARE NOW A CUSTOMER OF THE MIAMI HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSN INSTRUCT VOI K ROUTE MAN ABOUT VOI I! REQUIREMENTS FOR Till PASSOVER PERIOD. II VOI It DAIRYMAN. NOW SERVING VOI. Will. NOT BE PREPARED TO SERVE KOSHER PASSOVER PRODUCTS, WE SHAM. BE HAPPY TO SERVE YOl PLACE VOI It ORDER NOW. Call, Write or Phone Miami Home Milk Producers Association 768 N. W. 18th Terrace Phone 2-76% gararerararararejargrarargrajaj?i?j"£rdfa


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% wJewisti filariidliiai in I I-ORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY 7-No. 13 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 30. 1934 [Jewish News Around The World Icrmits Jewish Students to Keep Jewish Holidays in (ierman Schools Berlin—Jewish children in the erman public schools are free to sent themselves on all Jewish Udays, according to a ruling by |r. Wilhelm Frick. minister of edutlon. He also announced that •wish pupils may be excused from asses on Saturdays if their parli s so desire. Senior Council Lists Nominees ihhi Addresses Jacksonville It hool on Inter-Faith Cooperation (Jacksonville, Fla.—Rabbi Israel Kaplan of Cong. Ahavath Chesaddresscd a group of seven hunrcd local high school pupils at \vw regular assembly on the subci <>i closer understanding beken Protestants, Catholics and IKS, |Rabbi Kaplan was enthusiastlcalreceived both by the teachers kd the .students. %  w Constitution Will Deride Fate of Austrian Jews Vienna. Although the Austrian Cernmenl has not yel ena l.\ measures directed agalnsl Jews such, the barrage of newspaper ppaganda designed to force the plfuss-Heimwehr coalition to opt a definite anti-Semitic policy growing in intensity and viol'. This newspaper campaign has listed the support not only of the Iditionally anti-Semitic and Nazi t but ill papers close to the govIment. A meat many of the deles already announced militate mist jews in many activities, bh as [aw, medicine and phar* j bul ihese enactments are i.e repeated official assurances future HI the Jewish population lustria will remain in doubl un[the provisions of the new condition are known, if the existing frantees of religious, political economic freedom for all arc Wished the Jews will be in lor lou.s trouble. teanwhlle, the government has Isted Dr. Julius Tandler. worldpus Jewish surgeon, who has returned from a six months' in China, where he had been government adviser on surgical plems. Dr. Tandler. a prominent lallst and head of the Vienna r tation department, had ben erly attacked by the Heimwehr the Nazis. AlUiough warned he would be arrested ii he reied to Vienna. Dr. Tandler deed that he would not desert hi lalist comrades He is credited much of the advanced Hep works developed by the Soadministration of Vienna The Increasing anti-Semitic agitation a prompted the entire JewI I 'immunity lo decide to give llsh as its mother tongue in the icoming national census At a meeting of the Senior Council of Jewish Women held last Wednesday the nominating committee made the following recommendations, president. Mrs. S. L. Weinstraub: 1st vice prcs. Mr. Harry I. Magid; 2nd vice prcs.. Mrs II Albert: recording secretary. Mrs. David Bass; corresponding Military. Mrs. Ecu London; Fin. secy Mrs, Chas. Beckwitt; treasurer. Mrs. J. N. Morris; auditor. Mrs. Jake Brown. Board of Directors to serve three years. Mesdames Frank Meyers and A. Schwartz. For two j years Mesdames Sam Aronovit/. Joe Richter and Chas. Greenfield. Additional nominations may be | made at large on the date set for elections April 26th. The place to be announced soon. Southern Bank To Pay Dividend Of interest to Mlamtans was the announcement las) week thai a loan Ol one hundred thousand dollars had been granted A. (;. Veach agent for the liquidator ol the Southern Bank and Trust Co. for the purpose ol paying a dividend to depositors of this closed institution. A gieat number ot Jewish merchant.', m the (ireater Miami area who were depositors will within the next ninety days be in receipt ol a dividend for part ol their deposits. In an interview with Paul II Marks, one of the prominent younger Jewish attorneys here, he said At the present lime all the clerical and legal requisites In reference to the Mini Hiewinch will be turned over as collateral for the loan have been completed. Titles ot property to which the Bank now holds title have been examined and abstracts and reports completed. It has been the object of the liquidators and Mr. Veach. his agent, in this matter to SO shape the bank's affairs as to permit an early dividend lo be declared and paid the depositors who are entitled thereto, who would otherwise not have been in position to receive dividends for quite some time" Mr. Veach, the liquidator's agent, is a former banker ol Ft. Lauderdale and is in charge of twelvi small banks including the Southern Bank and Trust Co. for the liquidator. Mr. Marks who has been actlvi in local communal affairs is attorney for the liquidator in this matter and has represented him in all legal matters in reference to this loan. RADIO SVNAGOG Rabbi S. M. Machtei. founder and director of the Radio Synagog. will preach over radio .station WIOD at ten o'clock on Sunday morning on "Prophets.—Old And New. False And True". In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, scripture reading, and a question box. Are We Free Passover that great feast of liberation is once again with us. Again we are to commemorate the great beginning of a people destined to become one of the leading nations of the world, not in a sense of great geographical possessions or great armies and navies, nor even monetarily, but leaders in the spiritual sense. Being looked up to as a peculiar people, perhaps, because of our ability to assimilate and withstand persecution, torture, degradations, massacres and what not, and never the less coming back stronger, throughout the ages and remaining a deciding factor in the world's affairs. And yet we often wonder, are we free? Are we entitled to commemorate and celebrate the great feast of liberation? Are we free? Are we not enmeshed, bound, fettered and gagged in all our innermost spiritual aspirations by the fear of what the next fellow will say? I>o we not blindly follow the dictates of everything that is contrary to what we really and deep clown in our hearts desire and crave for. simply because of our social aspirations? Freedom is a peculiar term, indeed. Are we enjoying freedom as Jews when instead of taking advantage of our right (o practice our faith and belief in our own way. we fear the next man and stay away from everything that is Jewish? Is it freedom when the Jew is afraid to buy kosher meats or observe the Sabbath and holidays simply because someone may call him an old timer? Is it freedom when one organizes to help Palestine and our stricken brethren in Germany to begin making social distinctions at dinner* designed t raise funds to alleviate their conditions? Is it freedom, we ask. to aid in the dissemination of slanderous remarks regarding spiritual leaders simply because these leaders have the courage of their own convictions and decline to bow to tin wishes of a sell selected cabal of so-called leaders? Is it freedom, when a gathering purporting to represent Miami Jewry deliberately ignores and overlooks every violation of decency and Jewish ethics, and possibly the law of the land, simply because some of their friends may be profiting monetarily thereby? Is it freedom for a leader in Jewry who not so long ago denounced the use of fermented wines for Pass over, now to announce from his own pulpit that he would sign certificates entitling his members and contributors to obtain them, and yet at the same time ridicule the sincere observance of Jewish laws legardlng the production of kosher milk and c Continued on page 3> The campaign to rai.se the $1000 i quota set by the local chapter ol | Senior Hadassah towards the Hai dassah Hospital at the Hebrew University in Palestine is still con. tinuing. Last Friday night appeals ; were made at Eeth Jacob Syna! gogue. Beth David Synagogue and Temple Israel. In Miami Beach a I committee consisting of Mesdames Jos. Williamson, chairman, Moses Kriegcr. Gertrude Berlin, and Earle Plato! f will canvass all the hotels in the interests of the drive. On i Tuesday. April 3rd. local members of Hadassah will entertain friends at tea to enable them to listen to the nationwide broadcast on Hadassah which will be heard over WIOD from 3;30 to 4 p. m. with Mrs. Rose Jacobs past president ot Hadassah talking on "Waves ol Immigration in Palestine." Chamber To Aid In Exhibit Directors ol the Miami Chamber of Commerce Wednesday instructed E R. KeSSler, secretary, to cooperate with the Florida State chamber of Commerce in its plans lor the Florida exhibit this sumini i at the Century of Progress Exposition in Chicago. The question of the free port and the hearing in Washington next month was referred to Mayor E. G. Sewell, representing the city's interests, and Alexander Orr ol the Miami Port Association. The United States defense program was referred to B. B. Freeland, for consideration. Mr. Kessler was requested to join with Judge Waller H. Beckham in the endeavor to obtain the state conference of social welfare workers for Miami in 1935. He also was urged to request Senators Duncan U. Fletcher and Park Trammel! to support that lealure of the revenue bill which prescribes a :t cent per pound taut: on imported edible and inedible oils Francis M. Miller, president, and Mr. Kessler, will attend the meeting of the United States Chamber of Commerce in Washington. D. C. May 1 to 4. Ladies Will Sponsor Party Next Tuesday evening April 3rd begining at 8 p. m. the annual Passover card party sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be given at the home of Mrs. Win Clein 1860 S. W. 4th st.. with Mrs Cleln, Mrs. M. Rosenbloom. and | Mrs. T. Rosengarten as the hostesses. The funds at this annual card party is held every Passover will be used towards the Talmud Torah supported by the organization. Price Five Centj Hadassah Drive Continues Here i I Announcements! i CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) Jll Washington Ae.. Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi. Services tonight ushering in Passover begin at 6 p. m. Saturday morning services will be chanted byCantor Schlachman. The Rabhi will preach a sermon on "What Price Freedom?' Sunday morning services begin at C a. m, when ihe Rabbi will preach on "Importance of the Omar." Those desiring to have their departed remembered at the Yizkor services the last day of the holiday are asked to send cards to the Synagogue on or before next Thursday. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (ConservatWe) 139 N. W. Third Arena* MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Services ushering in Passover bein at t> p. m. tonight. Saturday morning services begin at 8 a. m. and will be chanted by Cantor Ha>111:111 Mr. Leon Zolotkoff. noted publicist, will speak in Yiddish on "The Passover of the Future." Sunday morning the Rabbi will preach in English on "Anniversaries of the redemption." Those desiring to have their departed remembered at Yizkor the last day ot Passover are asked to send the names to the Synagogue on or before next Thursday. MI4MI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION COrthodoil 1543 S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi Services ushering In the Passover begin tonight at 6 p. m. Saturday morning services begin at 9 a. m. when the Rabbi will preach in Yiddish on "Passover, a tribute to youth." Sunday morning the Rabbi will speak in English on "The Paradox of Freedom."' All who desire their departed remembered at Yiskor the last day of Pesach are asked to send the names to the Synagogue on or before next Thursday TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform! U7 N. E. Nineteenth Street DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi Special Passover services will be held tonight at 6:30 p. m, A Seder service for a limited number of members and guests has been arranged to take place in Kaplan Hall at 7 o'clock, immediately after the services. Saturday morning, first day of Passover, services will be held in the Temple at ll o'clock. The subject of Dr. Kaplan's talk will be "Egyptian Slavery and Industrial Slavery" or. "Moses and Roosevelt." Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, instead of the Religious School, the Children Of the Confirmation Class will conduct the entire services in the Temple. All children and parents are cordially invited This is the second day of Passover. n 1ria of id



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Friday, March 30, 1934 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three 'HE JKWISH R ec *Pvs For Passover Mr Bua a*** !" *" who was am. ously ill is now recovering. Fi .OR 1)1 A IV S,rawb, r ^ Shorttake (This reciJ AJ^"-"--^-"--**-!-! pc serves (en people.: This matzoh s|>onge cake can also bo used as a plain cake with or without some sort ol Icing. l' L cups granulated cup potato flour; ';, cup fine matzoh meal; > 2 lemon, rind orange, rind and juice; 12 egg8. Put the SUgar, Hour. PI BUSH Ell KVKRY FRIDAY b> lh* IIWISII FI.OKIDIAN I'l IIIMIIM. CO. I'. I). Uoi 287] Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183 sugar; EDITORIAL OFFICES: 121 S. W. l.'.lh Avenue I'hon. 2-1183 and juice: Palm Eeach Lodge Bnai Britli. held an interesting meeting Monday night at the Monterey Hotel. Election oi officers resulted in the 1">I1<,\>. 11,14 being chosen. Sam A Goldstein, president, Clias. S. Wax vice president, Samuel Schutzer recording .secretary; Dave Katz fiTHE CHAf g^ J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor FRE D K. SHQCHKT. Circul ation Manaer | meal, lemon and orange juice and| nanc,aI %  "t*ry; Louis Schutzci CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, grated rinds and egg yolks into a treasurer; Dave Feldman monitor; Adverse criticism from a wls; man Is more to be desired than the enthusiastic approval of a tool. Field Representative I %  ereil u Mcond elan mutter July 4, KSO, at the Past Offle* at Miami. Florida umler 1 lie \i-t of March S. 1HT9. WEST PALM BEACH" SAMUEL SCHUTZER Krpresentative ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative TAMPA, FLA.; MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION lame bowl and stir for three quarters oi an hour; then beat the whites to snow and fold In carefully. Put in well-greased cake pan and bake in moderate oven for at Jack Barash guardian; O. P. Oruner warden; A. Kominer.s. D. Feldman, Jack Fein. Sam Scher. Jos. H. Lesser. Martin Dubbin and Ben L. Aaron trustees. Sunday evening. Economists have yet to learn that how many cents a dollar is worth, depends on how much sense the person has who spends it. Life is like an automobile. To least one hour. When the cake Is A|>,il 8tn Lot, e e will formally run il one must P" 1 >n oil. water. float to represent the organization |8I> Month* I one Year tl.M J2.00 FRIDAY, MARCH .to. 1934 Vol. 7—No. 13 jCharles Dickens' I 'tew of Jesus For 85 years, a manuscript by the %  ate Charles Dickens, under the It'll rhe Life of Our Lord, was |kcpt a secret. This biography of Jesus, which was written by the lUthor for his children, has now come to life, and leading newspapers m English-speaking countries are at present featuring this treat find. It is natural, ol course, that the fcery name Charles Dickens should be sufficient to sell this document. Nevertheless there Is sufficient Dau.se for surprise that there should be unconditional acceptance of a document which maligns the Jews III traditional fashion. The Dickens Itory speaks of Christ's healing powers, and then the following Reference Is made to Jews: Many Jews saw thus; and when hoy saw it, they hated Jesus Christ pie more; knowing that the people, being taught and cured by him. rfould not believe their Priests I'ho told the people what was not rue. and deceived them. So they lid to one another that Jesus Ihrist should be killed, because he fcired people on the Sabbath Day %  Which was against their strict i and because he called himself he Son of God. And they tried to teise enemies against him. and to F?t the crowd in the streets to lurder Him. The old story will be recalled Ibout the Irishman who pounced pion his Jewish friend, and when sked for an explanation he chargthe Jews with killing Christ. Reminded that it happened almost lono years ago. he said he had Jfard it only yesterday There is a I oi >d point to this exaggerated tory. Mere reminders of the an%  ei:' calumny serve to inflame vejudiced minds. And what is par%  cularly damaging about the DlckBls story is that It was written for •nldrcn nnd is hailed as a children's biography. done allow it to cool and cut in half horizontally. Spread Strawberry sauce between the layers, and over each portion. Pesach Candy < Nougat >: 5 egg whites; ', lb. honey; -, lb. granulated sugar; SO walnuts, quartered; V4 tea-spoon vanilla flavoring. Beat the egg whites to snow and put in Ice-bOX until needed. Cook the honey and sugar over a small fire, stirring constantly, until the mixture becomes foamy; remove troni Congregation Bnai Israel anfire and add the beaten egg whites nounces the following service scheinstall the officers. Definite details ^as. and air. Some leave out the oil will appear in our next issue. The alul make enemies. Some leave out Lodge will participate in the local tne water and ruin their health. Mardi Gras parade and will have a : Some lcave out ln< gas and get noKeep your courage up. and conversely, it will keep you up. Don't expect too much of any code. Think how long it Is taking to put over the extremely simple one Moses presented. St. Petersburg Notes where. Some leave out the air and complain what a rough road they travel. A California professor says "the adult American is intellectually half-starved." We have noticed that his head doesn't seem to be quite as fat as it was a few years ago. A New York doctor says six out of every ten people have one leg shorter than the other. That may explain why so many of us are running around in circles. slowly; pin back on small lire until the mixture thickens and Forms soft bail.-, remove from fire and add the quartered walnuts and the flavoring, Pour into a buttered pan and. alter the nougat cols, slice :' I la reset li tThiS recipe serves six people): l apple; 4 walnuts; Vfc teaspoon cinnamon* l teaspoon wine. Chop the apples and walnuts Into fine bits; add the spice and the wine; mix well. Matzoh Kloesse iSoup dumplthls recipe serves six peoplei '.. piece ol matzah; marrow from 4-inch bone, or 2 tablespoons goose or chicken fat; salt; pepper; ringergarlic (optional); chives; 2 I coarse mat/oh meal -about '. cup Soak the matzoh in boilnmhot water; in the meantime cream the marrow or fat; add salt, pepper, ginger, garlic, chopped chives; add J well-beaten eggs; press out the matzoh and add it! then slowly add the matzoh meal until th< mixture is firm but still pliable— the exact amount depends on the Size Oi the eggs. etc. Shape, and boil slowly in soup about 15 or 20 minutes. Mandel Torte (Almond cake: this recipe serves six people): 5 ounces %  round almonds; 9 ounces granulated sugar; 1 lemon, juice and rated rind: 5 eggs—3 of them separated into yolks anil whites; 1 tablespoon fine matzoh meal. Mix well the mound almonds, sugar lemon juice and rind. 2 whole i matzoh meal and 3 egg yolks, and stir mixture for one half hour, beat the 3 egg whites to snow and fold carefully Into the mixture. Pul In ,i well-greased cake pan and bake m a moderately heated men for an hour. dule for the lust two days ol Passover: Friday (S:30 P. M.—Community St der 7 P. M. Saturday morning 9 %  dock. Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld Will speak on— Ti xt: "Ihe Spring Season ol Life"—Exodus Chapter 13-4—Today you go out ol Egypt in the Spring month Saturday night service <: :JO o'clock Sunday morning 0 o'clock, and children' ervlce at io o'clock. Topic ol sermon—"Liberty And Light." The Jewish spirit could not tolerate servitude, even in the land HI tyranny. The preacher was asked if he thought tin man who played the cornet in the church choir would go to heaven. The minister replied. T|M average man i.s one who after some thought. "Well, I don't thinks he can get something for see why he should not—but I'm nothing. The genius is the fellow afraid that the man who lives next Who gets it. door may not." "This book of Universal Knowledge will tell you everything you ought to know," declared the agent at the door. "Don't need it." itrowled Mr. Grouch. "My wife tells me all that and a lot more besides." Never neglect an opportunity to make someone else happy—even it you have to let him alone to do it. A London collector paid $20,000 for eight (.: Napoleon's love letters A lot ol men have paid more than that lor their own. Jewish Doctor Perfects N'eu Tuberculosis Serum ARE WE FREE? On the first night ol Passover ;. special memorial prayer will be recited by Rabbi Kleinfeld. in memory of the late Morris Benjamin Smith of Charlotte. N. C. who passed away on the 15th of this month Throughout his natural life, his aim extend executive (leniency to twelvi was to sanctify the name of Israel, convicts who agree to risk theli His generosity and benevolence enj own health in the interests of meddeared him to all the Inhabitants leal science, of that city. Denver, A new serum which Its Inventor Dr. H. J. Corper. directoi ol the National Jewish Hospital ((intends will make all normal pei-ons -ale from tuberculosis, is to be tested by twelve convicts at the i Colorado State Penitentiary. Dr. Corper'8 serum has been proven successful on hundreds of animals and In order to give it a final test Governor Johnson has agreed to A Community Seder will be held on Friday Eve. and Saturday Eve March 30th and 31st. at 7 P. M. at the home of Mrs. H. M. Jacobs. 1234 10th Ave. S., sponsored by Mrs. H. M. Jacobs and Mrs. Dora Goldberg, conducted by Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld. Passover meals will also be served throughout the week by making reservations, phone 54412. Ten X. Y. Department Stores Join Anti-(erman Boycott West Palm Beach Notes The Judaic Council will give a: entertainment and card pan;, on Sunday Eve. April 8th. at the auditorium ol the Congregation. Refreshments and prizes will given. be New York.—Ten of New York's leading department and chain -tores have discontinued purchasOerman goods and have oflicially joined the anti-German boycott, it. was revealed by the NonSectarian Anti-Nazi League. Store*, now boycotting German goods ar n Bloomingdale's. Saks-Fifth Avenue Hearns, Saks—34th Street, Lord and Taylor. L. M. Blumstein. L. Wertheimer & Co., James MeOreery, Manhattan Chain Stores and Sear Roebuck. Xew Fascist Group Founder Xew Jersey Ml Says King Solomon Was One of First Inflationists Newark. N. J A new Fascist organization calling Itself United Beth Israel will have a lai [gathering at Its Sader services tostates ol American Union of Pas|Talk about good-will! Everything night at the Mayflower Hotel. Dr. Carl N. Herman will officiate Bat may have been built up In a %  eneration to create amity between Bhristians and Jews may be wiped m'' and forgotten as a result of the %  ubheation of such a document Hra Christian supporters of the H>n-\vill movement will have Hrrn more explaining to do to the 1*' Rabbi Bernard M. Kaplan. Wifl and daughter will be the guests at Sader tonight ol Mr. and Mrs. H. Oold Philadelphia.—One of the first inflationists in history was King Solomon, "who had the great wisdom to die before the fruits of Inflation caught up with him." Dr F. Cyril James. University of Pennsylvania economist, declared here. "With the profits of inflation Solomon built his Temple of the Lord. his cists and disclaiming any connection with existing Fascist groups in this country has made Its appearance In Newark. Headed by Oaetano Asone, a naturalized citizen his palace, a city, camps for who was once active in Pascism in army, with the same abandon thai Italy, the new movement proposes we now lay down a fleet of cruisi to abolish poverty. Communists. SoProfessor James said. He pointed Beth El will hold early serciallsts, anarchists, municipal police oul that Soloman's death was foltonlght at U30 p. m. Satindepartments, and misunderstandin lowed by civil war and strife, and gOted among their people. It is •grettabie that so much space day and Sundaj morning services between capital and labor, A >ne indicated thai they were the natur Bould be given the recovered DickWill be held at 8:30 a. m. who claims a membership


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1934 3 March 30, 1934 T_HE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page SOCIETY Her re. i( i bi the highlights In "Exi Warner Bros, picture retarding .situation.--, now il the 7th Avenue Theatre. mine and highly exotic dance, performed by a dancer, Ynez. lender and sylph-like figmed with a smile and a ol flimsy material, weaves Liu! motion to tlie rhythm ) *5i %4| AdulU 20c A^V?P llllll ,n lllr 1 1 raws ^^AIHDOMC\ opens 6:30 p.m. Sunday {•6551 Evenings 20c .Hid Monday, April 1-2— BETTE DAVIS r I.IM; RAYMOND "Ex Lady" t OLOLI 1 i5istz-sf ) R. OELBERjG CTGARDEN (% YER 60c up u —+ N Joseph M. Fine paiAL DIRECTOR Associated With iPhilbrick leraJ 1 fomes NKS 2-3456—5-3311 %  —tl lite Oak Leather If Soles 50c HEELS 15c A1 I INTIC SHOE SHOP | \it. 0pp. Cotlu Halel Fl'NERAL SERVICE ^-denominational Instituting all classes and The family is assured conformation to the of each church or lodge. 1C >H leclricify IS YOUR IEAPEST ERVANT wit! S i Nsinsr I I1VII t t^MPAHt oi a Cuban orchestra. The son lights of a gay and festive Havana casino add to the beauty ol the scene. Other spicy scenes take place in studio parties in New York's Bohemian art colony. The picture. based on the story of Edith Fitzgerald and Robert Kiskin. I reals ol the theories of the youthful generation on the problems of love and marriage. Eette Davis lias the title role with Gene Raymond playing opposite her. • • • Rabbi S. M. Machtei of the Radio Synagog will officiate at the Passover Sedarim, tonight and tomorrow night, at the Alamac Hotel. Miami Beach. Kabbi and Mis. Machtei, and daughter. Naomi, will .spend the entire Passover week at the Alamac Hotel. Those desiring to reach the rabbi during this period are asked to communicate with him at the above hotel. The rabbi will return to his home, in Miami, on Sunday, April eighth. • • • Last Sunday one of the outstanding musical events of the season was presented by Mrs. M. D. Kirsch and Mrs. S. H. Lutzky at the home of Mrs. Kirsch in the interests of the Hadassah Hospital at the Hebrew University in Palestine. Among the artists appearing were Irving H Fischer, ten year old pianist; Madam Zippen Wishengrad. Abrashi. Alexander Alexay, Mrs. Bertram Raff, and Paul Fishbein. Chamber music by a quintet composed of Dr. M. D. Kirsch. Mrs. Monroe. Al Alexay, Paul Fishman and M. Cohen concluded the program. Mrs. Lutzky presided at the tea table. A very interesting talk on Hadassah medical work in Palestine was given by Dr. SSphie Sabinoff of New York. • • • 1 he annual concert sponsored by Cantor Boris Schlachman of Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach was attended by several hundred people last Sunday night at the Synagogue. Beginning with a piano solo in which Jewish numbers were featured by Miss Cohen, the program presented A. Goldman violini Lst and Cantor Schlachman. The cantor was heard In a Russian number, three liturgical selections and a number of Yiddish folk songs. Baron De Hirsch Meyer. Miami Beach city councilman made an appeal for funds for the HebrewFriendly Inn. • • • Miss Ethel Mintzer who Ls attending the State College for Women at Tallahassee returned to her home to spend the holidays with her parents Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Mintzer. Last week Mr. Max Rappaport who acted as the Kohayn at the Pidyon Haben of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Murry Streit donated the fee received by him at the redemption ceremonies to the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Following the ceremonies a buffet luncheon was served. • • • Jack Mintzer the son of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Mintzer of Miami Beach won the Boy's Championship in the tennis matches sponsored by the Miami Athletic Club at Moore Park last week and received a silver loving cup. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schulman are receiving congratulations on the ijiiin oi a baby boy at the Victoria Hospital last week. Rabl M Machtei officiated at the Bris yesterday morning al the ho • • • Rabbi D. Burnstein, noted Rabbi and scholar arrived here last week in the interests of the "Kneseth Beth Yitzchok" Rabbinical College oi Kamenetz Litovsk, Poland. He spoke at Beth Jacob Synagogue last week as a result of which several hundred dollars were raised for the Institution. • • • Rabbi and Mrs. A. Levin ol Baltimore, Md„ are the guests for Passover ol Mr. :.::C Mrs, Shaj of New York City at Miami Beach. • • • Dr. A. F. Friedman a resident and practicing optometrist in Miami for the past fifteen years opened offices at 152 E. Flagler St. last week where he will serve his many clients in the scientific fitting of glasses and examination ol the eyes. Dr. Friedman is the son in law I of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dubler, pioneer residents of Miami. • • • Immediately preceding the Sadler services tonight at the Palatial | Kosher Restaurant Rabbi Max Shapiro who will conduct the services will preach briefly on "Are we a Free People." Plans for the sader nights include one of the finest services in this area. Special attention ..ill be given those desiring to provide themselves with strictly kosher food for Die cutnc week at n liced prices The Palatial is the oldest strictly kosher restaurant in this area • Van c Swearlngen, prominent Miami attorney, si veral times mayor of Jacksonville, and a former ttorney general ol Florida, announced his candidacy for the office oi county solicitor of Dade county las) week. He is campaigning on a platform of Intelligent and impartial law enforcement. He Ls known as a fearless, capable and efficient lawyer and has a host of friends supporting him • • • "Jimmy The (lent.'' the Warner Bros, picture starring James Cagney. will be the feature attraction at the Paramount Theatre beginning today. The story unveils in humorous vein the unique racket of heir chasing, that is, the hunting down of lost heirs in order to inherit unclaimed estates, <\nd the two notorious heir chasers, Jame Cagney and Alan Dinehart, do not stop at bribing persons to act as heirand coaching them into perjured te mony. Bette Davis is the feminine lead opposite Cagney and the girl over whom Cagney and Dinehart do battle for Jier love. Jack Edwards heads an all star c show which will begin tonight. —ON THE STAGE— The Playboy of :: Continents! JACK EDWARDS Presents a New and Novel Revue "BIZARRE BROADWAY" On the Screen--Exciting Comedy JAMES CAGNEY Bette Davis, Alan Sinehart—In "JIMMY, THE GENT" SINCERE WISHES FOR "A Fraylichen and kosheren Pesach" Miami Turnitiuhe Co PLCTE HOUSE FURNlSMEa^ 400 N. MIAMI AVENUE CAPT. TOM AM) THE EMPLOYEES OF CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART EXTEND TO THEIR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS BEST WISHES FOR "A FRAYLICHEN ANDkOSHEREN PESACH" The Finest of Fresh Sea Foods Caught By our own boats daily at attractively low prices .All handled in observance of sanitary rules .IIMI regulations The Wagner Brewing Co, Producers of Wagner Genuine Lager Beer Wish All Their Jewish Friends "A FRAYLICHEN AND KOSHEREN PESACH" nria of (1.1 ..— &f