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

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

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THE JEWISH UNITY
FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
Dl. 8No. 11
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1935
Price Five CenU
Announcements
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MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
1545 S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
'Regular services begin at 5:30,
with the late services at 8:.'i0, when
r. E. Albert Pallott will speak.
intor I/)uis Hayman will be
gaest cantor for the evening and
will chant the prayers and lead
in the congregational singing. Sat-
urday morning services begin at
9 o'clock. Mincha begins at 5:30
with the Shalosh Saudah and
Mauriv services following. I'urim
will be ushered in at 7 p. m. Mon-
day, when the Megillah will be
read and the Rabbi will preach
briefly. Tuesday morning Purim
services will begin at 8 o'clock.

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Can
Together We Stand
Jewish News
Around the
World
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform)
137 N. E. Nineteenth St,
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi
As the feast of Purim falls this
year on Tuesday, March l'Jth, Dr.
Kaplan's lecture tonight will deal
with the subject, "A New Hamar.
in Every Generation." Dr. Kap-
lan will introduce this Friday eve-
ning a few new features into the
Mrvices. Instead of reading the
weekly services, there will be a
reading from the scriptures, an
original prayer and an explanation
of one of the prayers in the prayer
book.
Saturday morning services begin
at 11 o'clock and will be conducted
by Melvin Katz and Lester Wolfe.
Dr. Kaplan will speak on "A Male
Without a Blemish."
IN recent years much has been said of the wisdom of combining forces
in Jewry for the advancement of the interests of the Jewish people, both
within and without. None can gainsay the fact that one united force is
better than two divided units, at times working against one another.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN, since its inception, has striven to serve the
Jewish public in a fearless, courageous and unselfish manner. It has
been rewarded by the splendid support that Jewry throughout the state,
and particularly in the Greater Miami area, has accorded it.
THE JEWISH UNITY begin publication in 1927, and in a measure served
the Jewish public. Its owners, recognizing the fact that there was
need in this area for one strong and united publication serving all wings
and parties of the general Jewish public, saw the wisdom of a merger of
the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Floridian. As a result, beginning with
this issue, THE JEWISH UNITY WILL CEASE PUBLICATION and will
I e merged with the Jewish Floridian, which has purchased the interests
of its owners.
Babe Ruth'H New Boss Former
Immigrant Jew
BostonBabe Ruth's new boss
is a Jew. The home run king,
after fifteen years with the New
York Yankees in the American
League, shifted to the rival Na-
tional League when Judge Emil
Fuchs, a former East Side immi-
grant boy who is now president
of the Boston Braves, signed the
Bambino to a contract as vice-
president, assistant manager and
part-time player.
Judge Fuchs' coup, one of the
most sensational in baseball his-
tory, brings Ruth back to Boston,
where he started his baseball ca-
reer.
Purim Ball to
Be Gala Event
An Open Letter
Orthodox Rabbi
To Tour South
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conservative)
139 S. W. Third Are.
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Late services begin at 8:15 p.
m., when Rabbi Shapiro will preach
on "Ho the Theories of Maimonides
and Einstein Conflict?" This will
be in commemoration of the 800th
anniversary of the birth of Mai-
monides. Saturday morning serv-
ices begin at 8:30, when the Rabbi
will preach in Yiddish on "The
Anti-Semitism of Yesterday and
Today." The services will be
chanted by Cantor Nathan Wroo-
btl, assisted by Beth David' Choir.
Purim will be ushered in at G:.'i0
p. m. Monday, when the Megillah
Will be read. Tuesday morning
Purim services will 'begin at 8
o'clock.
With a number of stars from
various night clubs scheduled to
appear during the evening, the an-
1 nual Purim Ball of the Ladies'
I Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Or-
1 thodox Congregation promises to
I be one of the outstanding affairs
I of the present winter season. The
event will be held in the beautiful
ballroom of the Floridian Hotel
Miami Beach, and will begin at 9
p. m. Tuesday, March 19th, on
! I'urim night, and1 will be the only
Jewish celebration in Greater
Miami in observance of Purim.
Dancing will be enjoyed in addi-
tion to the floor show that will
be presented. Tickets are only one
dollar, and the proceeds are being
used exclusively for the Talmud
Torah sponsored by the organiza-
tion in which children are being
given their Jewish religious train-
ing. In charge of arrangements
is a committee headed by Mrs.
Tina Kotkin, who is being assisted
by Mcsdamcs Milton Weiner, Nat
Blumberg, Harry Shulman, Philip
Berkowitz, Max Rappaport, Julius
Washer, Nathan Adelman and
. E. Albert Pallott, Nat
Blumberg, P. Berkowitz, N. Adel-
man, Max Rappaport, Max Mint-
zer and" H. M. Drevich. Prizes
will be awarded for the best cos-
tume depicting the spirit of Purim.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
SU Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Sabbi
Early services begin at 5:30 with
late services at 8:15, when the
Rabbi will preach on "Obedience
and Disobedience." The services
will be chanted by Cantor Boris
Schlachman. Saturday morning the
Rabbi will preach in Yiddish. Min-
cha, Chevra Thilim, Shalosh Sau-
dah and Maariv will begin at 4:30.
Purim will be ushered in at 6 p.
m. Monday evening, when the Me-
fillah will be read and the Rabbi
will preach. Tuesday morning
services will begin at 8 o'clock,
when the Megillah will be read.
Rabbi to Speak
For Joint Appeal
Rabbi F. M. Isserman, noted Re-
form Jewish Rabbi of St. Louis,
Mo., will be the guest speaker Sun-
day night, March 17th, at Temple
Israel at a mass meeting called
in the interests of the United Jew-
ish Appeal for the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, and the Palestine
Campaign Fund. Rabbi Isserman
recently returned from Europe,
where he observed the conditions
affecting Jewry in Germany and
the rest of Europe, and he will
talk from first hand observations
made by him.
In charge of the drive for funds

To the Jewish Public:
Since I began publication of the
Jewish Unity in 1927, I have tried
to serve the interests of the Jew-
ish people. I realized the fact that
there was room for only one strong
Jewish publication in the state of
Florida, one that would serve the
interests of all Israel, one that
would serve to uphold the name of
the Jewish people. I felt that the
best way to serve the Jewish peo-
ple would be to merge the Jewish
Unity with the Jewish Floridia:..
I want to thank all those who
subscribed to the Jewish I'nity in
the past, and to those good adver-
lisers who helped, for the splendid
support and courtesies extended
to me and the Jewish I'nity. I be-
speak for the Jewish Floridian,
who have purchased the interests
of the Jewish I'nity, that co-op-
eration and support accorded me
in the past. 1 wish for the Jewish
Floridian unqualified and united
support of the Jewish people.
ELLABD <;. KOIIN.
Beth David to
Celebrate Purim
The annual Purim dinner spon-
sored by the Beth David Sister-
hood will be held at 6:30 p. m. Sun-
day, March 17th, at the Talmud
Torah auditorium, 137 N. W. Third
ave. Committee in charge of ar-
rangements include Mrs. J. En-
gler, chairman; Mrs. Sol Greif,
Mrs. H. Mecklowitz, Mrs. A. Litt,
Mrs. M. Daum, Mrs. P. Dicker,
Mrs. Harry Markowitz, Mrs. S.
Schwartz, Mrs. M. Weiss, Mrs. Sol
which this meeting will begin, 'a
a committee headed by Philip Li-
berman, Day J. Apte and! Harry
I. Lipton.
Urging a large attendance at
the meeting, which will be held
at Temple Israel, Mr. Liberman
stressed the need for relief in that
quarter.
"In order to bring the message
of Judaism to the smaller commu-
nities and to stimulate religious
education and general spiritual ac-
tivities, the Union) of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America,
with headquarters at Yeshiva Col-
lege Building, Amsterdam ave. and
180th St., New York City, has ap-
pointed Rabbi Aaron Einhorn as
field secretary and community or-
ganizer to go on a tour," said Mr.
William Weiss, president of the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congre-
gations of America.
Rabbi Einhorn, who is leaving
immediately for the Southeastern
Jewish communities, is a graduate
of the Rabbi Isaac F^lchanan Theo-
logical Seminary and has held Rab-
binical posts in Erie, Pa., and Mas-
pec, Long Island.
In a statement issued! in con-
nection with this appointment, Mr.
Weiss says: "The designation of
Rabbi Kinhorn as the field worker
of the Union is primarily due to
the insistent demand of Jewish
communities in the interior of the
tountry to help stamp the tide of
religious indifference throughout
the country. The Union for many
years has been laboring in the di-
rection of stimulating greater spir-
itual efforts in reaching the Jew-
ish youth in every part of the
country.
"The Orthodox Union maintains,"
Mr. Weiss continued, "that the
teachings and practice of Judaism
must be transmitted from genera-
tion to generation; for only in this
manner can the all-embracing phil-
osophy and code of human conduct,
which is the glorious heritage of
the Jew, be preserved not only for
his own welfare, but also for the
well-being of mankind."
Kaganovich, Stalin's Pinch-Hitter.
Named Soviet Transportation
Commissar
MoscowLazarus Kaganovich,
the son of a humble Jewish leather
worker from Homeland, now Sta-
lin's chief lieutenant and "trouble-
shooter," has been given the im-
portant job of Commissar for
Transportation. His most recent
achievement was the building of
the Moscow subway. Kakanovich
who is still in his forties, is a
member of the Soviet Politburo
and chairman of the Moscow
Soviet.
Nazi Anti-Jewish Laws Become
Effective in Saar
SaarbrueckcnA proclamation
issued here by Joseph Beurcke!,
Nazi commissioner for the Saar,
announced that all of the anti-
Semitic laws, including the Aryan
paragraph now in effect in Ger-
many, become operative in the
Saar at the very moment when this
territory passes under German
rule. The Jews still remaining in
the Saar are apprehensive over
their fate because the Nazi chief-
tains in the Saar are of the ex-
tremist wing.
Spanish Jews Now Number
Twenty Thousand
Weinkle, Mrs. B. Kandle, Mrs. H.
Rayvis, Mrs. Harry Dubler and
Mrs. B. Warfield. Reservations
may be made with any member of
the committee. Junior Cantor Irv-
ing Ginsburg will be presented in
a program of music as one of the
features of the evening's enter-
tainment. Mrs. Max Shapiro will
giv? the invocation.
MadridSpain now has a Jew-
ish population of twenty thousand,
equally divided between Sephardim
and Ashkcnazim, according to a
study made by M. Sanchez, Span-
ish sociologist. The largest num-
ber of Jews is in Barcelona, where
14,000 of them live.
Woman Regional NRA Director
New YorkThe distinction of
being not only the only woman
director of a state NRA Compli-
ance Board, but the first woman
to hold the dual post of state and
regional NRA director, was won
by Mrs. Anna B. Rosenberg when
W. Averell Harriman, NRA admin-
istrative officer, appointed her
NRA Regional Director for the
state of New York.
For the past several months she
has been NRA state director, suc-
ceeding Nathan Straus, Jr.


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FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1935
Vol. 8No. 11
Jacksonville News
A special meeting was held last
week at the Jacksonville Jewish
Center when the St. Augustine
unit of the Junior Hadassah was
organized. Mrs. Jack Becker, cul-
tural chairman of the local unit,
presided. Meeting began with a
prayer by Mrs. M. D. Margolis.
Greetings were given by Miss Lena
Baiter, president of the local Jun-
ior unit; Mrs. Ben Stein, presi-
dent of the Jacksonville Senior or-
ganization; Mrs. H. Silverstein
and Miss Florence Cohen. A mu-
sical program was presented! with
the 13-year-old cantor, Menashe'le,
as the chief feature. Refreshments
were served.
Wednesday, March 20th, a 1'urim
masquerade dance will be .spon-
sored by the Temple Home on the
roof of the Mayflower Hotel. Halle
Cohen is general chairman. Her-
bert Weiss will be master of cere-
monies.
Merry Purim
Two little girls were overheard the other day in con-
versation. From the questions and answers of the one it was
evident that she lived in Jewish surroundings, in an atmos-
phere that fosters the Jewish home life, with its love of tra-
dition and respect for the Law. The other, it will be seen at
once, had been rearedas so many of our children are reared
nowadayswith but faint knowledge of the history of her
race and with absolutely none as regards her present duty to
her religion. She was Jewish by birth, of that she was cer-
tain, as children somehow are certain of facts and circum-
stances connected with their lives not specially dilated upon
by their elders.
"Are you going to dress uu next Tuesday?"
"Dress up next Tuesday! Certainly; don't I dress everv
day?"
"<). I don't mean that. I mean, are you going to dress
up especially, with masks and faces and costumes and fancy
dress, as we do?"
"Why, I never heard anything about it. Who said we
should?"
"Nobody said so specially, only we always do, every year.
Why, we're going to have Ruth, Rebecca, Esther, George
Washington, Napoleon, Julius Caesar, Martha Washington,
Empress Josephine, Hypatia, andand ever so many
others."
"You don't say so! That will be fun! Tell me all about
it. Who's going to make the dresses for you?"
"O, we make them ourselves. You mustn't suppose they
are very grand. We don't mind the stuff they're made of;
it's just the fun of being somebody different, and letting papa
and Mamma and all the company guess who we are."
"But what's it all aboutanybody's birthday party or
anniversary?"
"Why, no; it's Purim. Didn't you ever hear of Purim?"
"No; who's Je?"
"Didn't you" ever hear anything about Purim? Never
heard about Mordecai and Haman and Queen Esther, and
how they hanged Haman on the very gallows he had built
for Mordecai? Don't you go to Sunday school?"
"No! mamma says I couldn't understand what they teach
in Sunday school."
"O, well, maybe not. Then I'll tell you."
And the surprised little girl, who could not quite con-
ceive such ignorance, gave a very good account, colored by a
child's vivid imagination, of the story of Esther as it is writ-
ten in the Bible, to which her companion listened with breath-
less interest. "And my mamma says," the narrator concluded,
"that this is one of the happiest holidays for the Jews."
"Well, of course," assented the other. "Do you think,
if I tell my mamma all about it, she'll let me have a party?"
"O, you needn't have a party this year. Come to my
house. We're going to have lots of fun; and you can help me
give away my Purim money, too."
"What's that?"
"It is not much, only a quarter apiece to give away to
the poor. It's our Purim money."
"0," sighed the much bewildered and partly enlightened
child, "I do wish mamma would tell me about everything, and
let me go to Sunday school."
And so do we. For of all pitiable children these helpless,
rich Jewish waifs, who are shut out from the sweetest pleas-
ures of life through the narrow-minded bigotry and ignor-
ance of thoir irreligious and quasi-cultured parents, are most
to be commiserated.
Mrs. Harry Peltl was chairman
of a benefit bridge Thursday for
the Hebrew Sheltering Aid So-
ciety. Following card games, de-
licious refreshments were served.
Mrs. M. j. Greenblatt and Miss
Lavinia Greenblatt entertained last
Friday at a bridge party and tea
in the party house, honoring Mrs.
Jacob Buchman and Mrs. Milton
A. Schwartz ol -Sew York.
The March meeting of the Sen-
ior Hadassah was held Wednesday
at the Jacksonville Jewish Center,
The annual linen shower was held
at the same time as the meeting.
A delightful program was pre-
sented in celebration of Purim and
the 23rd anniversary of the found-
ing of Hadassah.
the speaker before the regular
meeting of the Temple Sisterhood.
Halle Cohen asked the co-opera-
tion of the Sisterhood on the Purim
masked ball, to be given March
20 in the Mayflower Hotel by the
congregation of the Temple Aha-
vath Chesed.
Reports of standing committees
were given.
Delegates and alternates were
elected to attend the Tri-State
Temple Sisterhood convention in
Atlanta April 28-30, women to be
present from Florida, Georgia and
Alabama. Delegates selected were
Mrs. Leonard Grunthal, Miss Rae
Halle, Mrs. L P. Lippman, Mrs.
Sidney J. Brown and Mrs. Joseph
M. Glickstein. Alternates chosen
were Mrs. Aaron Oberdorfer. Mrs.
man and M. Schwartz.
Isaac Maas, 73, an outstanding
pioneer business leader of Tampa,
a founder and chairman of the
board of Maas Bros., died Friday
night at his home after an illness
of two months. Maas Bros, and
Maas, the haberdasher, closed all
day Saturday and Monday morn-
ing until 11 o'clock.
Funeral services were held from
the home Monday morning at 10
o'clock, with Rabbi David L. Zie-
lonka officiating, and entombment
was in the family mausoleum in
Myrtle Hill cemetery.
Mr. David Kalk, son of Col. and
Mrs. O. Falk, was re-elected pres-
ident of the Florida Retail Mer-
Max Moss, Mrs. Paul Nathan. Mrs.! chants' Association at its annual
L. M. Lippman and Mrs. Louise meeting, held in Orlando recently.
Berlack.
The nominating committee to
present a ticket to be voted upon
at the next meeting was named,
to include Miss Beatrice Reiser
chairman; Mrs. Harry Cerbert and
Mrs Morris Meyerson.
A delightful social hour fol-
lowed the program and meeting. "abhi I'ereira Mendes addressed
Mrs. William Wansker, .Mrs. Ed-1* "Udience of over 200 Tuesday
gar Felson, Mrs. Herbert Zach-In'*nt 8t tne synagogue. Members
aiias and Mrs. Joel Richard were'0' ""' Cong- olll'v Sholem and
hostesses. Mrs. L. P. Lippman j TemP'e Bthel attended. Rabbi
Orlando Notes
Mr. and Mrs. A. I'rinsky an-
nounce the birth of a son.
Plans are now being made for
the 32nd annual Purim ball and
masquerade of the Jacksonville
Jewish Center in the social hall
on Tuesday, March 26th. Max
Mirkis is general chairman of the
event in which the Daughters .if
Israel are co-operating. Other
committee members are David
Muscovite, I. M. Lieberman, Oscar
Magezis, Ben Setter, Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Bloom and Mrs. I. Feld-
man. The thirty-second annual
book and directory will be pub-
lished.
The Shoshana Judean Club will
celebrate its second birthday with
a banquet and theatre party Sat-
urday night. Gabriel Dryfoos will
be toastmaster and will install
Amelia Schneider, president; Irene
K r i s t a 1, vice-president; Doris
Weiss, secretary; Emily Witten,
treasurer.
poured.
Tampa Notes
(in March 3rd Miss Charlotte B.
Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
N'athan Smith, and Mr. Benjamin
Friedman of Roxbury, Mass son
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Friedman,
were married at the home of the
bride's aunt, Mrs. David Stein, at
I p. m.
Rabbi Adolph Burger of Temple
Rodoph Sholom performed the cer-
emony in the presence of the im-
mediate members of the family.
The bride and bridegroom left
after the ceremony for a tour of
Florida and returned to Tampa for
a brief visit before going to re-
side in Boston, where Mr. Fried-
man is connected in business with
his father.
Mendes emphasized the necessity
of unity among the reform and or-
thodox .lews. Rabbi Mendes, Rabbi
Of the Portuguese Synagogue of
New York, is spending the win-
ter here at the sanitarium.
This was Rabbi Mendes' second
appearance before the Jews of Or-
lando. He has delivered several
lectures at Rollins College in Win-
ter Park during his stay here.
The regular meeting of the La-
dies' Auxiliary was held Wednes-
day. Mrs. Lee Wolfe, president,
presided. Mrs. P. Mendes, wife of
the Rabbi, was honor guest and
speaker.
Messrs. M. Morrison of Boston,
L S. Frankel and H. Braverman
spent Wednesday at Lake Apopka
fishing.
Messrs. S. Sokol of Cleveland,
,. ,. Ohio, II. Sokol of B'hau, Ala L
Mrs. 1). Cracowaner, her daugh- ,, ,, '
Ul .. S. Frankel, II. Braverman, M H
sr, Miss Charlotte (racowaner, '"*"' "
te
Mrs. E. H. Steinberg and Mrs. S
M. Bssrig have returned to the
city after a motor trip to New Or-
leans. Mrs. Essrig visited with her
son, Irving, who is a student at
Tulane University and specializing
in medicine.
Block and Miss Irene Braverman
went on a fishing trip to Lake
Apopka Sunday.
Mrs. L. Kamenoff left Orlando
Saturday for a visit with relatives
in South Carolina.
wsrpabrBSch
Mrs. H. Safer entertained
friends recently in celebration of
the third birthday of her daugh-
ter, Beverly Diana. Many games
were played and prizes were won
by Jackie Felis and Beryl Wein-
stein. Following the games deli-
cious refreshments were served.
Mrs. Harry Frank of New York
City has returned to St. Peters-
burg after spending the week here
J? 1, Mi.-s Adeline Goldstein of West
in Tampa as the guest of her niece, ,. u ... ,
,, ...... ., < aim Beach, a student of the Flor-
Mrs. Jacob Wittner of 702 Last ... ... .. _,
Ida State College for Women, was
8 one of the sponsors of the mili-
tary ball at the University of Flor-
! ida, recently. Miss Goldfetein is a
I member of Delta Phi Epsilon so-
I rority. She was accompanied by
:Capt. Ed Roth of Miami, a mem-
I ber of the R. O. T. C. of the uni-
Anyonc interested in securing ,,.,. ~ ,
.,.? M .. ,, ii veisity. Each sponsor was pro-
tickets for the annual Purim ball I ... r "" 1"<-
, .. .. sented with a bouquet of flowers
sponsored by the Ladies Auxil- ...
u j u uu i t i by the s"P*"or officer of the corps,
iary of Rodoph Sholom Temple can *"
* ... and was a member of the review-
get same by getting in touch with
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Abramovitz
have returned) to the city after at-
tending a convention in Palm
Beach.
Mrs. Malcolm M. Lander was
the following women: Mesdames
A. M. Wolfson, S. Marks, F. Perl-
Let the imagination dwell for a second on the pretty
sight it would make, if Jewish children throughout every
land could reach out and touch each other's hands on this
royally festive day of Purim, could see the merry, dancing
light in each other's eyes, and know it to be the reflection of
joy and pride in their beautiful ancestress, whose nobility
and true womanhood saved a whole people from death. What
a beautiful circle it would form upon the earth's surface,
and how their happy laughter and sweet gayety would amuse,
and brighten, and even glorify this steadily revolving o'.d
world of ours! Perhaps the circle is already formingwho
knows? Shall not we on this side help it along by wishing
each other this year a merry Purim, with all its pleasures
and all its kindliness, all its tender memories and beautiful,
helpful traditions? A merry, merry, joyous Purim!
ing party at the military parade,
subsequently being one of the hon-
or guests at the dance and other
festivities.
$sBDI0^
SYNAGOG
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and
director of the Radio Synagog, will
preach over station WIOD at nine
o'clock on Sunday morning on "Re-
making a Nation." There also will
be prayers, music, scripture read-
ing and a question box.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, March 15, 1935
2UMo ^gnagog Bulletin
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Koundar and Director, Radio Sjnuoc of Amanca
SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI. FLORIDA
Vol. V.
SUNDAY, MARCH 10. 1935
No. 13
Please bear in mind that the essence of knowledge "doubt. The
first requirement of a philosopher is to ^e*V : ^ vour views"upon
possibility of being rignt Make no attempt to force j our ^ew s up m
another. PERHAPS you are wrong and he be right. Do not
an atmosphere of certainty, of positiveness It da"2- .' final.
source of unhappiness. Do not accept predicted thoughts as imat.
Time mav prove them as being far from immutable. Remember, tnere
la always the "PERHAPS."
E^LMEtiS
90nlat St .*tJkt>A*t*K*k
"Miami's Finest Shoe Store"
"The Essence of Knowledge Is Doubt"
Scripture Reading, Genesis, ( hapter XV. Verses 1-6. Inclusive
There is an Arabian tale that the Caliph, after having engaged .n
many battles, from all of which he came out victorious, and. after
having subdued all his enemies, and having established peace in his
realm, looked about him. pondered on his own plight, and came to the
conclusion that something vital was still lacking in his life. He BUd-
became aware of hit own ignorance. He had spent most of the
of his allotted sp:tn in pleasures and combats, but he had never
tasted knowledge. He had been too engrossed in matters of state to
devote himself to learning, to acquiring knowledge and wisdom. But.
cided, it was not too late to rectify this error. He ordered all the
learned men of his realm to appear before h m in the palace.
The Caliph tendered these sages a royal reception. At the close
of the banquet he addressed them in the following words: "I am no i
longer young. I realize that my remaining years an few in nun.'
n it f ar di ath, but I dn I it in my present ignorant state. 1.
|er \i>u to compile all the wisdom in the world into one
volume, that 1 may study it before 1 die. When you have completed
task you may return to me."
T wise men all the libra' thi land, --ath- 1
pts they could find, spent r best energies on
gneed to th Aft r three yeai
ume all the ki all the
nces. They came with this large book to the Caliph.
The Cal looked at th< and said,
"Since I is r to you I ha-. ars I l< r. What
me, I find ii w. I am
a volume. Ri turn to you:
to one chapl my lift may n
' '" "
The sen la resumed theii ng, and. after 15 n
Ige in one 1 napt< r. But, when th rented this I -'
weaker a 1 He 1
they bu age. This th
Caliph,
till furth wcaki 11 f
. i
I wit fly and replied, "Oh, Caliph, t
k is PERI [APS. V
Fa
The 1 considers himself
aliph. 1 ss. He wants knowledge. Hi wants it c ncise, com-
H la ;.- to acquit gi :i the long f
I stu ly. Or, : arly yea -
1' n awakei
route to i
-. Wizards tl who are ready to do hit Id ng. Arts
iccess to I
1 tut nes tl Small r tiures fft him!
arch. The
1 thoughts ai -"s. It requires little
r n xertion on .:i or woman to acquire a
is fault in ail this nstru tion. It
is 1 pos live! Each autl ats of his su with.
1 tor final tj ler encounters no doubts, no qu sti ns.l
Th, word truth to him. Not for him. for the
-. the
- ns. tl H s tainties
-. perfection.
Talk listen to the tone of
. x\ -- n, thi assu th wl .-.- ( things. He k:: ws!
How 1 doubt t in such and su
Has : ." Is : that sufl for him
:' r a 1 exists How
in it thei w n a man is tain, is pos
live, that h s view is
tion that is 1 ur shed on concentrated
sions, wil r goiu
stages f sea stakes, rrect ns and revisions of
PERHAPS? That t< Why doubt* Why
lest -.'.' Why this uncertainty. 1 express a def
ar. i field of religi n t
I say especially ::: th we en< unter this intoler-
based on dogma. Hii kr a j fixi I I jrmaa and creeds.
len from I w are ti stages in the de-
velopment of religion, of all n g I by these dogmas are
th< changes that have t past centuries in all
rel ns of their God-concepts, of tl nship of mar. tow
t; towai Is his fell wi Is Rel Is ( ence succeeding
rations have proven their ng; also, in the
' h ral -' ind ha? ousted
the errors of earlier churcl tting
light and love to inhabit the places ( rmerly .-.:; y darkness and
hatred of man. Wn there to say that we may 1 t, in turn, be
proven too narrow mi er ght< n< ffsj ring 1 1 -......
her.ee? There is always the PERHAPS. It 1 wi are mis-
take", overtealous. It ill res as I :- litive.
Juda -. has c rtt d ----a- without which the laws can have
1 meaning, yet then 11 precept, "Th q shah Nowhere
in our law, 1 thi r wr tt r ral, a a solemn dt n of our creed
demand* 1. The near to that is in the lairi
1 of Maim n les. In t ( th-. k we express lefiniU
knowledge, a finality f tow Each f these d ns begins with
the phrase, "1 ." or "T believe with a perfect faith."
Confidence it not Ige. The
.....not is not 1 ITm faitli s ex| ssed
>. A ] irag and ques-
that admits 1 1 1 1 f I ul t to remaii nt u -:
the student and inquirer ng randed heretic, is elii iting t
an.- from its 1 PERHAP
- .: .:': t the t : h wr. :'-.-- :v t;
accn lit truth to 1 t ar. ther, though thai ffer
'- him and th .:--'
f tom r. Throughov have
-.:- nt 1 .-:-_
the truth f the doctrines -
far .y. "If y .. th.; -.: -t nation, you
ih--. iuty t wai > y ur Creat >i
n pill form, religioi a pill f rm, kn iriedge and wia-
'. form are unheali To accept the conclusions of
as final, witt ng, must breed intolerance. If only
our views are correct, if we have been taught, s
a doube that PERHAPS we are mistaken, or
PERU WS ur source of information is faulty, then tolerance is un-
attainable.
Quits Mosley
Oswald Mosley's close associates,
has quit the Fascist organiation
London-M. Findlay. one of Sir because of its anti-Semitic policy.
_,
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White Oak leather
HALF SOLES. 5Cc
LADIES' HEELS ..........15c
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EAT AT
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567 Laura st.
(Opposite) Cohen Bros. Dept.
Store)
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I
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THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Page Fit*
QOOY
Juito a number of young friends
Catherine Peretzman, daughter
iMr. and Mrs. Charles l'eretz-
1, 1010 Pennsylvania ave., gath-
at her home to help her cele-
Ite her sixth birthday. The
up included Nina Kllenboken,
^lith Fine, Gloria Lee Goodkind,
Gloria Gottfried, Jacqueline Klein,
Bitty -May McKinney, Alexandra
Mtnkiii, Morel Moore, Carolyn
Shaping. Martha Warner, Amalie
Walt/., Shirley Newman, Norma
Schwartz, I-'lorine Schwartz, Lil-
lian I'eret/.man, Kdythe Solomon,
Dm Alfred, John Hicks, Robert
Hicks, I'ete Peters, Allen I'ollak,
Albert Serling, Hobby Yiekers,
Gordon Warner, Hurton Iniber,
Peretzman and Bobby Roth-
16 following names w|U be
during Kaddish service at
Temple Israel tonight: Alexander
Samuel /.ucker, Bertha Binswanger,
Frederick Scheuer.

I'urim ])lay of Temple Israel
{be given by the children of the
^ious School on Sunday eve-
ning, .March 24th, at 7:30. Par-
enta and friends are most cordial-
ly Invited.
*
Co-operation with the county
tax assessor's office was urged
yesterday by .1. N. I.ummus, jr.
chief assessor, concerning applica-
tions for the Homestead exemp-
tion.
According to Lummus, the ap-
plications must be filed by April
1 or the exemption cannot be de-
ducted on the 1035 tax roll.
He says it is also necessary for
residents of Florida to file their
intangible return. If they do not,
they will be subject to the assess-
ment of the county tax assessor's
Mr. and Mrs. P. Kasanoff of
Coconut Grove have as their guests
their son, Murray, and daughter-
in-law, Dr. Helene Kasanoff of
Springfield, Mass.
*
Dr. Alfred Glickman, a brother
of Dr. Helene Kasanoff, is spend-
ing some time in the Avon Court
apartments with his wife and
mother. Dr. Glickman is chair-
man of the Springfield, Mass.,
school hoard.
*
Mis. M. 1). Kirsch is sponsor-
inn a musicale at S p, m. Saturday,
March Kith, at her home, 12(H) Col-
lins ave., Miami Beach, for the ben-
efit of the Hadassah University
Hospital Fund. The guest artist of
the evening will be Dr. B. Glushak
of New York City. Dr. Glushak is
a well known physician and artist,
and ardent Zionist worker. He is
the son of Rev. Glushak, who for
a number of years was Rabbi and
Cantor of the Sixth Street Syna-
gogue at Washington, I). C.
#
More than sixty quests attended
the annual donors' luncheon of
Senior Hadassah at the Blackstone
Hotel last Tuesday. Mrs. Jacob
II. Kaplan pronounced the bene-
diction, Mrs. Henry Yosselle of
Lynn, Mass., spoke of her travels
in Palestine, and Miss Therese
Turk was heard in several vocal
selections, accompanied at the
At All Good Stores
Ask for NEW YORK BREAD
SALE
for
CONSERVATIVE MEN
Friday and Saturday
Sensational Sale of 250 Two-
Piece Tropical Worsted
SUITS
Value S17.50 to $19.50
2 for $25
Continuing Our
2forl
Sale on SPORT CLOTHES
PICK
One 3-piere Suit. One 2-piere Suit.
Value from Value from
121.50 to $24.50 $17.50 to lit.50
AND PAY US
piano by Doris Adler.
* *
Beth David Sisterhood will have
a meeting of its executive board
in the form of a luncheon at noon
Wednesday, March 20th. with Mes-
dames Louis Weinkle and Harry
Markowitz as hostesses. A regu-
lar meeting of the entire member-
ship will be held at 2 p. in., a I
whicH time important business will
be acted on. A nominating com-
mittee to recommend officers for
the coming year will be named at
this meeting.
A meeting of the Ladies' Auxil-
I iary of the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau will be held at the Mark
Store Monday, March 18th. Mis.
Larry Fay will be in charge <-!
the program that will he present-
ed. A social hour will follow the
meeting.
New Haven, Conn.- -For his out-
standing chemical contributions to
medicine, Dr. Lafayette B. Mendel,
Sterling Professor of Physiolog-
ical Chemistry at Yale University,
received the coveted! Connc Medal
ill' the New York Chemists Club for
1034.
St. Petersburg
Notes
A. S. Kleinfeld, rabbi, will speak
on "Tolerance" at B'nai Israel
services tonight. Tomorrow morn-
ing he w II talk on "The Modern
Ama'.ek." Monday, Purim service
and reading of the Megilath Es-
ther at i o'clock. Tuesday morn-
ing at '.' o'clock.
The new location of B'nai Israel
lias verified the slogan: Meshanei
Mokom Meshanei Mazul. F.vory
affair held in the new edifice was
a huge success socially and finan-
i y. The worshipers have re-
sponded generously to help the
building fund, and the attendance
hes increased consfdtrably.
for the same purpose.
The Judaic Council sponsored a
on ..e and package party last Sun-
day which was well attended, and
i handsome sum was realized for
he benefit of the building fund.
I he social committee has arranged
an informal dance for Wednesday,
March 13, the proceeds to he Used
The Purim Operetta and Ball of
Cong. B'nai Israel will be the out-
standing feature of tin- season. The
entire religious school will form
the cast with additional feature
numbers by professional talent,
which will take place Sunday,
March 17th, at 7:.'10 p. m. A sou-
venir program was prepared by
Mr. .Morris Hornier, containing
messages from the officers and
Rabbi of the congregation.
You May Not Believe It
Hut
ITS TRUE!
Hi hii- your rear-view mirror U
us and we will resilver it abso-
lutely free. No strings at-
tached.
Binswanger & Co.
1212 N. E. Second Ave.
At All Good Stores
Ask for NEW YORK BREAD
$25
FOR BOTH SUITS
425 mtii will profitstork* includa
<'herks, Woolrni, Hlripes, Ssrffts, Trop-
ical Woratcda and Oabardines (blei
rxceptod).
1.000 I'AIKS SI'ORT TROUSERS
PUidi, Valuta from
$1.60
FRANK WOLKOWSKY
18 N. E. FIRST AVE.
Post Time
2:15 p. nt.
AMERICA'S LEADING
SPRING MEETING
Closing Monday, April 1
7 Races
Daily
FOR
FRESH
SEA FOODS
STOP AT
CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART
OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
Our Fish are the freshest Caught by
our own boats daily
If It la Sea Pood, wa hare it at Ita ?rj boat, aid at attractively
few prim. Oar method of kaadlinr and iclliaf Saa Food la la
baarraaea with all the aaaitary raUa aad regalatioaa.
OFFERING THREE BIG STAKE EVENTS
.March 16The Royal I'alm, for 3-year-oldis and up, at 1 1-lti miles.
.March 2.'tThe Coral Gables, for .'1-year-olds and up. at one mile and a furlong.
March 11(1The Everglades, for 3-year-olds, at one mile.
No Purse Less
Than $700
West of the Biltmore Tower
Clubhouse $2.50
Grandstand $1.00
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IV _-
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TO
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Send a Torgsin Order to your relatives and friends in the
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These stores carry about 15,000 different domestic and
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THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page FIT* QOOY Juito a number of young friends Catherine Peretzman, daughter iMr. and Mrs. Charles l'eretz1, 1010 Pennsylvania ave., gathat her home to help her celeIte her sixth birthday. The %  up included Nina Kllenboken, ^lith Fine, Gloria Lee Goodkind, Gloria Gottfried, Jacqueline Klein, Bitty -May McKinney, Alexandra Mtnkiii, Morel Moore, Carolyn Shaping. Martha Warner, Amalie Walt/., Shirley Newman, Norma Schwartz, I-'lorine Schwartz, Lillian I'eret/.man, Kdythe Solomon, DM Alfred, John Hicks, Robert Hicks, I'ete Peters, Allen I'ollak, Albert Serling, Hobby Yiekers, Gordon Warner, Hurton Iniber, Peretzman and Bobby Roth16 following names w|U be during Kaddish service at Temple Israel tonight: Alexander Samuel /.ucker, Bertha Binswanger, Frederick Scheuer. • • • %  I'urim ])lay of Temple Israel {be given by the children of the ^ious School on Sunday evening, .March 24th, at 7:30. Parenta and friends are most cordially Invited. • • Co-operation with the county tax assessor's office was urged yesterday by .1. N. I.ummus, jr. chief assessor, concerning applications for the Homestead exemption. According to Lummus, the applications must be filed by April 1 or the exemption cannot be deducted on the 1035 tax roll. He says it is also necessary for residents of Florida to file their intangible return. If they do not, they will be subject to the assessment of the county tax assessor's Mr. and Mrs. P. Kasanoff of Coconut Grove have as their guests their son, Murray, and daughterin-law, Dr. Helene Kasanoff of Springfield, Mass. • • Dr. Alfred Glickman, a brother of Dr. Helene Kasanoff, is spending some time in the Avon Court apartments with his wife and mother. Dr. Glickman is chairman of the Springfield, Mass., school hoard. • • Mis. M. 1). Kirsch is sponsorinn a musicale at S p, m. Saturday, March Kith, at her home, 12(H) Collins ave., Miami Beach, for the benefit of the Hadassah University Hospital Fund. The guest artist of the evening will be Dr. B. Glushak of New York City. Dr. Glushak is a well known physician and artist, and ardent Zionist worker. He is the son of Rev. Glushak, who for a number of years was Rabbi and Cantor of the Sixth Street Synagogue at Washington, I). C. • # • More than sixty quests attended the annual donors' luncheon of Senior Hadassah at the Blackstone Hotel last Tuesday. Mrs. Jacob II. Kaplan pronounced the benediction, Mrs. Henry Yosselle of Lynn, Mass., spoke of her travels in Palestine, and Miss Therese Turk was heard in several vocal selections, accompanied at the At All Good Stores Ask for NEW YORK BREAD SALE for CONSERVATIVE MEN Friday and Saturday Sensational Sale of 250 TwoPiece Tropical Worsted SUITS Value S17.50 to $19.50 2 for $25 Continuing Our 2forl Sale on SPORT CLOTHES PICK One 3-piere Suit. One 2-piere Suit. Value from Value from 121.50 to $24.50 $17.50 to lit.50 AND PAY US piano by Doris Adler. • Beth David Sisterhood will have a meeting of its executive board in the form of a luncheon at noon Wednesday, March 20th. with Mesdames Louis Weinkle and Harry Markowitz as hostesses. A regular meeting of the entire membership will be held at 2 p. in., a I whicH time important business will be acted on. A nominating committee to recommend officers for the coming year will be named at this meeting. A meeting of the Ladies' AuxilI iary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau will be held at the Mark Store Monday, March 18th. Mis. Larry Fay will be in charge <-! the program that will he presented. A social hour will follow the meeting. New Haven, Conn.-For his outstanding chemical contributions to medicine, Dr. Lafayette B. Mendel, Sterling Professor of Physiolog%  ical Chemistry at Yale University, received the coveted! Connc Medal ill' the New York Chemists Club for 1034. St. Petersburg Notes A. S. Kleinfeld, rabbi, will speak on "Tolerance" at B'nai Israel services tonight. Tomorrow morning he w II talk on "The Modern Ama'.ek." Monday, Purim service and reading of the Megilath Esther at i o'clock. Tuesday morning at '.' o'clock. The new location of B'nai Israel lias verified the slogan: Meshanei Mokom Meshanei Mazul. F.vory affair held in the new edifice was a huge success socially and finani y. The worshipers have responded generously to help the building fund, and the attendance hes increased consfdtrably. for the same purpose. The Judaic Council sponsored a on ..e and package party last Sunday which was well attended, and i handsome sum was realized for he benefit of the building fund. I he social committee has arranged an informal dance for Wednesday, March 13, the proceeds to he Used The Purim Operetta and Ball of Cong. B'nai Israel will be the outstanding feature of tinseason. The entire religious school will form the cast with additional feature numbers by professional talent, which will take place Sunday, March 17th, at 7:.'10 p. m. A souvenir program was prepared by Mr. .Morris Hornier, containing messages from the officers and Rabbi of the congregation. You May Not Believe It Hut ITS TRUE! Hi HI i your rear-view mirror U us and we will resilver it absolutely free. No strings attached. Binswanger & Co. 1212 N. E. Second Ave. At All Good Stores Ask for NEW YORK BREAD $25 FOR BOTH SUITS 425 mtii will profit—stork* includa <'herks, Woolrni, Hlripes, Ssrffts, Tropical Woratcda and Oabardines (blei rxceptod). 1.000 I'AIKS SI'ORT TROUSERS PUidi, Valuta from $1.60 FRANK WOLKOWSKY 18 N. E. FIRST AVE. Post Time 2:15 p. nt. AMERICA'S LEADING SPRING MEETING Closing Monday, April 1 7 Races Daily FOR FRESH SEA FOODS STOP AT CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Our Fish are the freshest — Caught by our own boats daily If It la Sea Pood, wa hare it at Ita ?rj boat, aid at attractively few prim. Oar method of kaadlinr and iclliaf Saa Food la la •baarraaea with all the aaaitary raUa aad regalatioaa. OFFERING THREE BIG STAKE EVENTS .March 16—The Royal I'alm, for 3-year-oldis and up, at 1 1-lti miles. .March 2.'t—The Coral Gables, for .'1-year-olds and up. at one mile and a furlong. March 11(1—The Everglades, for 3-year-olds, at one mile. No Purse Less Than $700 West of the Biltmore Tower Clubhouse $2.50 Grandstand $1.00


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Friday, March 15, 1935 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three wJewisli IFHondliiaiin FLORIDA S ONLT JEWISH WEEKLY PUBLISHED BVKKY FKIDAT by UM JEWISH PLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. O. B 1*71 Newt Tower Bldt. Miami, Fla. Pkoae 2-5JI4 •11 I. w. uu *.... EDITORIAL OFFICES: Mill J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor rD K. SHOCHKT. UrnUIUi Huafar CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Repre-tentative ent.r.d u Mcosd el*M matter July 4, 1910, it Lh. Poat Offlr. at Miami, Florin*. ondar Lh. Act of March I. 1879. rEST PALM BEACH SAMUEL SCHUTZER Representative ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN Representative ORLANDO IRENE BRAVERMAN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. H. KISI.Kkt Representative WEST FLORIDA BUSINESS AGENT S. G. AROSON 4209 Central Ave., Tampa, Fla. ii M.nthi On Yar BUBSCBIPTION I1.M FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1935 Vol. 8—No. 11 Jacksonville News A special meeting was held last week at the Jacksonville Jewish Center when the St. Augustine unit of the Junior Hadassah was organized. Mrs. Jack Becker, cultural chairman of the local unit, presided. Meeting began with a prayer by Mrs. M. D. Margolis. Greetings were given by Miss Lena Baiter, president of the local Junior unit; Mrs. Ben Stein, president of the Jacksonville Senior organization; Mrs. H. Silverstein and Miss Florence Cohen. A musical program was presented! with the 13-year-old cantor, Menashe'le, as the chief feature. Refreshments were served. Wednesday, March 20th, a 1'urim masquerade dance will be .sponsored by the Temple Home on the roof of the Mayflower Hotel. Halle Cohen is general chairman. Herbert Weiss will be master of ceremonies. Merry Purim Two little girls were overheard the other day in conversation. From the questions and answers of the one it was evident that she lived in Jewish surroundings, in an atmosphere that fosters the Jewish home life, with its love of tradition and respect for the Law. The other, it will be seen at once, had been reared—as so many of our children are reared nowadays—with but faint knowledge of the history of her race and with absolutely none as regards her present duty to her religion. She was Jewish by birth, of that she was certain, as children somehow are certain of facts and circumstances connected with their lives not specially dilated upon by their elders. "Are you going to dress uu next Tuesday?" "Dress up next Tuesday! Certainly; don't I dress everv day?" "<). I don't mean that. I mean, are you going to dress up especially, with masks and faces and costumes and fancy dress, as we do?" "Why, I never heard anything about it. Who said we should?" "Nobody said so specially, only we always do, every year. Why, we're going to have Ruth, Rebecca, Esther, George Washington, Napoleon, Julius Caesar, Martha Washington, Empress Josephine, Hypatia, and—and ever so many others." "You don't say so! That will be fun! Tell me all about it. Who's going to make the dresses for you?" "O, we make them ourselves. You mustn't suppose they are very grand. We don't mind the stuff they're made of; it's just the fun of being somebody different, and letting papa and Mamma and all the company guess who we are." "But what's it all about—anybody's birthday party or anniversary?" "Why, no; it's Purim. Didn't you ever hear of Purim?" "No; who's Je?" "Didn't you" ever hear anything about Purim? Never heard about Mordecai and Haman and Queen Esther, and how they hanged Haman on the very gallows he had built for Mordecai? Don't you go to Sunday school?" "No! mamma says I couldn't understand what they teach in Sunday school." "O, well, maybe not. Then I'll tell you." And the surprised little girl, who could not quite conceive such ignorance, gave a very good account, colored by a child's vivid imagination, of the story of Esther as it is written in the Bible, to which her companion listened with breathless interest. "And my mamma says," the narrator concluded, "that this is one of the happiest holidays for the Jews." "Well, of course," assented the other. "Do you think, if I tell my mamma all about it, she'll let me have a party?" "O, you needn't have a party this year. Come to my house. We're going to have lots of fun; and you can help me give away my Purim money, too." "What's that?" "It is not much, only a quarter apiece to give away to the poor. It's our Purim money." %  "0," sighed the much bewildered and partly enlightened child, "I do wish mamma would tell me about everything, and let me go to Sunday school." And so do we. For of all pitiable children these helpless, rich Jewish waifs, who are shut out from the sweetest pleasures of life through the narrow-minded bigotry and ignorance of thoir irreligious and quasi-cultured parents, are most to be commiserated. Mrs. Harry Peltl was chairman of a benefit bridge Thursday for the Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society. Following card games, delicious refreshments were served. Mrs. M. j. Greenblatt and Miss Lavinia Greenblatt entertained last Friday at a bridge party and tea in the party house, honoring Mrs. Jacob Buchman and Mrs. Milton A. Schwartz ol -Sew York. The March meeting of the Senior Hadassah was held Wednesday at the Jacksonville Jewish Center, The annual linen shower was held at the same time as the meeting. A delightful program was presented in celebration of Purim and the 23rd anniversary of the founding of Hadassah. the speaker before the regular meeting of the Temple Sisterhood. Halle Cohen asked the co-operation of the Sisterhood on the Purim masked ball, to be given March 20 in the Mayflower Hotel by the congregation of the Temple Ahavath Chesed. Reports of standing committees were given. Delegates and alternates were elected to attend the Tri-State Temple Sisterhood convention in Atlanta April 28-30, women to be present from Florida, Georgia and Alabama. Delegates selected were Mrs. Leonard Grunthal, Miss Rae Halle, Mrs. L P. Lippman, Mrs. Sidney J. Brown and Mrs. Joseph M. Glickstein. Alternates chosen were Mrs. Aaron Oberdorfer. Mrs. man and M. Schwartz. Isaac Maas, 73, an outstanding pioneer business leader of Tampa, a founder and chairman of the board of Maas Bros., died Friday night at his home after an illness of two months. Maas Bros, and Maas, the haberdasher, closed all day Saturday and Monday morning until 11 o'clock. Funeral services were held from the home Monday morning at 10 o'clock, with Rabbi David L. Zielonka officiating, and entombment was in the family mausoleum in Myrtle Hill cemetery. Mr. David Kalk, son of Col. and Mrs. O. Falk, was re-elected president of the Florida Retail MerMax Moss, Mrs. Paul Nathan. Mrs.! chants' Association at its annual L. M. Lippman and Mrs. Louise meeting, held in Orlando recently. Berlack. The nominating committee to present a ticket to be voted upon at the next meeting was named, to include Miss Beatrice Reiser chairman; Mrs. Harry Cerbert and Mrs Morris Meyerson. A delightful social hour followed the program and meeting. "abhi I'ereira Mendes addressed Mrs. William Wansker, .Mrs. Ed-1* !" "Udience of over 200 Tuesday gar Felson, Mrs. Herbert Zach-I n '* nt 8t tne synagogue. Members aiias and Mrs. Joel Richard were' 0 ""' Con golll v Sholem and hostesses. Mrs. L. P. Lippman j Tem P' e B thel attended. Rabbi Orlando Notes Mr. and Mrs. A. I'rinsky announce the birth of a son. Plans are now being made for the 32nd annual Purim ball and masquerade of the Jacksonville Jewish Center in the social hall on Tuesday, March 26th. Max Mirkis is general chairman of the event in which the Daughters .if Israel are co-operating. Other committee members are David Muscovite, I. M. Lieberman, Oscar Magezis, Ben Setter, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bloom and Mrs. I. Feldman. The thirty-second annual book and directory will be published. The Shoshana Judean Club will celebrate its second birthday with a banquet and theatre party Saturday night. Gabriel Dryfoos will be toastmaster and will install Amelia Schneider, president; Irene K r i s t a 1, vice-president; Doris Weiss, secretary; Emily Witten, treasurer. poured. Tampa Notes (in March 3rd Miss Charlotte B. Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N'athan Smith, and Mr. Benjamin Friedman of Roxbury, Mass son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Friedman, were married at the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs. David Stein, at I p. m. Rabbi Adolph Burger of Temple Rodoph Sholom performed the ceremony in the presence of the immediate members of the family. The bride and bridegroom left after the ceremony for a tour of Florida and returned to Tampa for a brief visit before going to reside in Boston, where Mr. Friedman is connected in business with his father. Mendes emphasized the necessity of unity among the reform and orthodox .lews. Rabbi Mendes, Rabbi Of the Portuguese Synagogue of New York, is spending the winter here at the sanitarium. This was Rabbi Mendes' second appearance before the Jews of Orlando. He has delivered several lectures at Rollins College in Winter Park during his stay here. The regular meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary was held Wednesday. Mrs. Lee Wolfe, president, presided. Mrs. P. Mendes, wife of the Rabbi, was honor guest and speaker. Messrs. M. Morrison of Boston, L S. Frankel and H. Braverman spent Wednesday at Lake Apopka fishing. Messrs. S. Sokol of Cleveland, ,. ,. „ Ohio, II. Sokol of B'hau, Ala L Mrs. 1). Cracowaner, her daugh,, ,, Ul „. .. „ S. Frankel, II. Braverman, M H sr, Miss Charlotte (racowaner, '"*"' %  %  "• te Mrs. E. H. Steinberg and Mrs. S M. Bssrig have returned to the city after a motor trip to New Orleans. Mrs. Essrig visited with her son, Irving, who is a student at Tulane University and specializing in medicine. Block and Miss Irene Braverman went on a fishing trip to Lake Apopka Sunday. Mrs. L. Kamenoff left Orlando Saturday for a visit with relatives in South Carolina. wsrpabrBSch Mrs. H. Safer entertained friends recently in celebration of the third birthday of her daughter, Beverly Diana. Many games were played and prizes were won by Jackie Felis and Beryl Weinstein. Following the games delicious refreshments were served. Mrs. Harry Frank of New York City has returned to St. Petersburg after spending the week here J? 1, Mi.-s Adeline Goldstein of West in Tampa as the guest of her niece, ,. „, „u ... „, ,, ...... _„„ ., < aim Beach, a student of the FlorMrs. Jacob Wittner of 702 Last ... ... .. _, Ida State College for Women, was 8 one of the sponsors of the military ball at the University of Flor! ida, recently. Miss Goldfetein is a I member of Delta Phi Epsilon soI rority. She was accompanied by :Capt. Ed Roth of Miami, a memI ber of the R. O. T. C. of the uniAnyonc interested in securing ,„,.,. ~ .,.? M .. ,, ii veisity. Each sponsor was protickets for the annual Purim ball I ... r "" 1 < .. .. sented with a bouquet of flowers sponsored by the Ladies Auxil, ... %  u j u uu i T i .„„ by the s "P*"or officer of the corps, iary of Rodoph Sholom Temple can *"• ... and was a member of the reviewget same by getting in touch with %  Mr. and Mrs. Joe Abramovitz have returned) to the city after attending a convention in Palm Beach. Mrs. Malcolm M. Lander was the following women: Mesdames A. M. Wolfson, S. Marks, F. PerlLet the imagination dwell for a second on the pretty sight it would make, if Jewish children throughout every land could reach out and touch each other's hands on this royally festive day of Purim, could see the merry, dancing light in each other's eyes, and know it to be the reflection of joy and pride in their beautiful ancestress, whose nobility and true womanhood saved a whole people from death. What a beautiful circle it would form upon the earth's surface, and how their happy laughter and sweet gayety would amuse, and brighten, and even glorify this steadily revolving o'.d world of ours! Perhaps the circle is already forming—who knows? Shall not we on this side help it along by wishing each other this year a merry Purim, with all its pleasures and all its kindliness, all its tender memories and beautiful, helpful traditions? A merry, merry, joyous Purim! ing party at the military parade, subsequently being one of the honor guests at the dance and other festivities. $sB£DI0^ SYNAGOG Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and director of the Radio Synagog, will preach over station WIOD at nine o'clock on Sunday morning on "Remaking a Nation." There also will be prayers, music, scripture reading and a question box.


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litfaSssaKfiBfiKSFS*; Pape Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, March 15, 1935 2UMo ^gnagog Bulletin Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Koundar and Director, Radio Sjnuoc of Amanca SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI. FLORIDA Vol. V. SUNDAY, MARCH 10. 1935 No. 13 Please bear in mind that the essence of knowledge "doubt. The first requirement of a philosopher is to ^ e *V : ^ vour views"upon possibility of being rignt Make no attempt to force j our ^ew s up m another. PERHAPS you are wrong and he be right. Do not an atmosphere of certainty, of positiveness It !" d a !" "2 !" .' final source of unhappiness. Do not accept predicted thoughts as imat. Time mav prove them as being far from immutable. Remember, tnere la always the "PERHAPS." E^LMEtiS 90n£lat St .*tJkt>A*t*K*k "Miami's Finest Shoe Store" "The Essence of Knowledge Is Doubt" Scripture Reading, Genesis, ( hapter XV. Verses 1-6. Inclusive There is an Arabian tale that the Caliph, after having engaged .n many battles, from all of which he came out victorious, and. after having subdued all his enemies, and having established peace in his realm, looked about him. pondered on his own plight, and came to the conclusion that something vital was still lacking in his life. He BUdbecame aware of hit own ignorance. He had spent most of the of his allotted sp:tn in pleasures and combats, but he had never tasted knowledge. He had been too engrossed in matters of state to devote himself to learning, to acquiring knowledge and wisdom. But. cided, it was not too late to rectify this error. He ordered all the learned men of his realm to appear before h m in the palace. The Caliph tendered these sages a royal reception. At the close of the banquet he addressed them in the following words: "I am no i longer young. I realize that my remaining years an few in nun.' n it f ar di ath, but I dn I it in my present ignorant state. 1. |er \i>u to compile all the wisdom in the world into one volume, that 1 may study it before 1 die. When you have completed task you may return to me." T wise men all the libra' thi land, --ath1 pts they could find, spent r best energies on gneed to th Aft r three yeai ume all the ki all the nces. They came with this large book to the Caliph. The Cal looked at th< and said, "Since I is r to you I ha-. % %  ars I l< r. What me, I find ii w. I am a volume. Ri turn to you: • %  to one chapl my lift may n '" %  The sen la resumed theii ng, and. after 15 n Ige in one 1 napt< r. But, when th. A ] irag and questhat admits 1 1 1 1 f I ul t to remaii nt u -: the student and inquirer ng randed heretic, is elii iting t an.from its 1 PERHAP • '• .: %  %  .:': t the t : h • wr. :'-.--• :v t; accn lit truth to 1 t ar. ther, though thai ffer •'•%  him and th ••.:--' %  • f TOM r. Throughov have -.:%  nt 1 .-: %  • • the truth f the doctrines far .y. "If y .. • th.; %  -. % % %  : -t nation, you IH--. iuty t wai > y ur Creat >i n pill form, religioi a pill f rm, kn iriedge and wia'. form are unheali To accept the conclusions of as final, witt ng, must breed intolerance. If only our views are correct, if we have been taught, s • a doube that PERHAPS we are mistaken, or PERU WS ur source of information is faulty, then tolerance is unattainable. Quits Mosley Oswald Mosley's close associates, has quit the Fascist organiation London-M. Findlay. one of Sir because of its anti-Semitic policy. 12*, > W EIGHTH ST PHONE 2-7529 The Beat ia Groceries, Hnu. Fraita and Vegetables White Oak leather HALF SOLES. 5Cc LADIES' HEELS 15c Atlantic Shoe Shop lit N. B. First AIHII () CorUa Istsl SPECIAL E XCURSION PALESTINE ^RUSSIA OriD 6 OTM€B counTRitr i2 Dos/"fill pfiiCin RUSS a BOuno34U TRIP fOB OtTAILS WRITS GUSTWE EISNER •owb*a aaiaaa TO*<*T *CINC UI aCACW*r twni-snYc Ttl_C0-O.C.C-t-it* J-? *tz At All Good Stores Ask for NEW YORK BREAD HOME SERVICE ILAO0 ma vw.ta* STREET 4/OUK GncmJ ROBB1NS ROOFING A SHEBT METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers since 181J. Inspections and Estimates Frts. 222 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2 3705 AMBULANCE SERVICE AHERN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHERN, Pre*. 1349 West Flagler Street Telephone 2-2211 WHEN IN JACKSONVII :.E EAT AT Begal's Kosher Restaurant 567 LAURA ST. (Opposite) Cohen Bros. Dept. Store) OPE1V ALL HOURS k ..Hollywood Kennel Club ON U. S. HIGHWAY NO. 1-20 MINUTES FROM MIAMI Post Time 8:15 P. Ma Admission 20c Tax Inc. Where the Aristocrats of Greyhounds Meet I 11 RACES NIGHTLY Daily Double 3rd and 4th Races New Bus Schedule "*' • %  at 10 and the ••' ; II atop a? St. and Bi. N. E. 1st St FARE 10c



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t wJewisti Fiendia til a n THE JEWISH UNITY FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY Dl. 8—No. 11 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1935 Price Five CenU Announcements ii %  MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) 1545 S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi 'Regular services begin at 5:30, with the late services at 8:.'i0, when r. E. Albert Pallott will speak. intor I/)uis Hayman will be gaest cantor for the evening and will chant the prayers and lead in the congregational singing. Saturday morning services begin at •9 o'clock. Mincha begins at 5:30 with the Shalosh Saudah and Mauriv services following. I'urim will be ushered in at 7 p. m. Monday, when the Megillah will be read and the Rabbi will preach briefly. Tuesday morning Purim services will begin at 8 o'clock. Wlir Can Together We Stand Jewish News Around the World TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform) 137 N. E. Nineteenth St, DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Rabbi As the feast of Purim falls this year on Tuesday, March l'Jth, Dr. Kaplan's lecture tonight will deal with the subject, "A New Hamar. in Every Generation." Dr. Kaplan will introduce this Friday evening a few new features into the Mrvices. Instead of reading the weekly services, there will be a reading from the scriptures, an original prayer and an explanation of one of the prayers in the prayer book. Saturday morning services begin at 11 o'clock and will be conducted by Melvin Katz and Lester Wolfe. Dr. Kaplan will speak on "A Male Without a Blemish." I N recent years much has been said of the wisdom of combining forces in Jewry for the advancement of the interests of the Jewish people, both within and without. None can gainsay the fact that one united force is better than two divided units, at times working against one another. T HE JEWISH FLORIDIAN, since its inception, has striven to serve the Jewish public in a fearless, courageous and unselfish manner. It has been rewarded by the splendid support that Jewry throughout the state, and particularly in the Greater Miami area, has accorded it. T HE JEWISH UNITY begin publication in 1927, and in a measure served the Jewish public. Its owners, recognizing the fact that there was need in this area for one strong and united publication serving all wings and parties of the general Jewish public, saw the wisdom of a merger of the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Floridian. As a result, beginning with this issue, THE JEWISH UNITY WILL CEASE PUBLICATION and will I e merged with the Jewish Floridian, which has purchased the interests of its owners. Babe Ruth'H New Boss Former Immigrant Jew Boston—Babe Ruth's new boss is a Jew. The home run king, after fifteen years with the New York Yankees in the American League, shifted to the rival National League when Judge Emil Fuchs, a former East Side immigrant boy who is now president of the Boston Braves, signed the Bambino to a contract as vicepresident, assistant manager and part-time player. Judge Fuchs' coup, one of the most sensational in baseball history, brings Ruth back to Boston, where he started his baseball career. Purim Ball to Be Gala Event An Open Letter Orthodox Rabbi To Tour South BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conservative) 139 S. W. Third Are. MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Late services begin at 8:15 p. m., when Rabbi Shapiro will preach on "Ho the Theories of Maimonides and Einstein Conflict?" This will be in commemoration of the 800th anniversary of the birth of Maimonides. Saturday morning services begin at 8:30, when the Rabbi will preach in Yiddish on "The Anti-Semitism of Yesterday and Today." The services will be chanted by Cantor Nathan Wroobtl, assisted by Beth David' Choir. Purim will be ushered in at G:.'i0 p. m. Monday, when the Megillah Will be read. Tuesday morning Purim services will 'begin at 8 o'clock. With a number of stars from various night clubs scheduled to appear during the evening, the an1 nual Purim Ball of the Ladies' I Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Or1 thodox Congregation promises to I be one of the outstanding affairs I of the present winter season. The event will be held in the beautiful ballroom of the Floridian Hotel Miami Beach, and will begin at 9 p. m. Tuesday, March 19th, on I'urim night, and 1 will be the only Jewish celebration in Greater Miami in observance of Purim. Dancing will be enjoyed in addition to the floor show that will be presented. Tickets are only one dollar, and the proceeds are being used exclusively for the Talmud Torah sponsored by the organization in which children are being given their Jewish religious training. In charge of arrangements is a committee headed by Mrs. Tina Kotkin, who is being assisted by Mcsdamcs Milton Weiner, Nat Blumberg, Harry Shulman, Philip Berkowitz, Max Rappaport, Julius Washer, Nathan Adelman and E. Albert Pallott, Nat Blumberg, P. Berkowitz, N. Adelman, Max Rappaport, Max Mintzer and" H. M. Drevich. Prizes will be awarded for the best costume depicting the spirit of Purim. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) SU Washington Ave.. Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Sabbi Early services begin at 5:30 with late services at 8:15, when the Rabbi will preach on "Obedience and Disobedience." The services will be chanted by Cantor Boris Schlachman. Saturday morning the Rabbi will preach in Yiddish. Mincha, Chevra Thilim, Shalosh Saudah and Maariv will begin at 4:30. Purim will be ushered in at 6 p. m. Monday evening, when the Mefillah will be read and the Rabbi will preach. Tuesday morning services will begin at 8 o'clock, when the Megillah will be read. Rabbi to Speak For Joint Appeal Rabbi F. M. Isserman, noted Reform Jewish Rabbi of St. Louis, Mo., will be the guest speaker Sunday night, March 17th, at Temple Israel at a mass meeting called in the interests of the United Jewish Appeal for the Joint Distribution Committee, and the Palestine Campaign Fund. Rabbi Isserman recently returned from Europe, where he observed the conditions affecting Jewry in Germany and the rest of Europe, and he will talk from first hand observations made by him. In charge of the drive for funds To the Jewish Public: Since I began publication of the Jewish Unity in 1927, I have tried to serve the interests of the Jewish people. I realized the fact that there was room for only one strong Jewish publication in the state of Florida, one that would serve the interests of all Israel, one that would serve to uphold the name of the Jewish people. I felt that the best way to serve the Jewish people would be to merge the Jewish Unity with the Jewish Floridia:.. I want to thank all those who subscribed to the Jewish I'nity in the past, and to those good adverlisers who helped, for the splendid support and courtesies extended to me and the Jewish I'nity. I bespeak for the Jewish Floridian, who have purchased the interests of the Jewish I'nity, that co-operation and support accorded me in the past. 1 wish for the Jewish Floridian unqualified and united support of the Jewish people. ELLABD <;. KOIIN. Beth David to Celebrate Purim The annual Purim dinner sponsored by the Beth David Sisterhood will be held at 6:30 p. m. Sunday, March 17th, at the Talmud Torah auditorium, 137 N. W. Third ave. Committee in charge of arrangements include Mrs. J. Engler, chairman; Mrs. Sol Greif, Mrs. H. Mecklowitz, Mrs. A. Litt, Mrs. M. Daum, Mrs. P. Dicker, Mrs. Harry Markowitz, Mrs. S. Schwartz, Mrs. M. Weiss, Mrs. Sol which this meeting will begin, 'a a committee headed by Philip Liberman, Day J. Apte and! Harry I. Lipton. Urging a large attendance at the meeting, which will be held at Temple Israel, Mr. Liberman stressed the need for relief in that quarter. "In order to bring the message of Judaism to the smaller communities and to stimulate religious education and general spiritual activities, the Union) of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, with headquarters at Yeshiva College Building, Amsterdam ave. and 180th St., New York City, has appointed Rabbi Aaron Einhorn as field secretary and community organizer to go on a tour," said Mr. William Weiss, president of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. Rabbi Einhorn, who is leaving immediately for the Southeastern Jewish communities, is a graduate of the Rabbi Isaac F^lchanan Theological Seminary and has held Rabbinical posts in Erie, Pa., and Maspec, Long Island. In a statement issued! in connection with this appointment, Mr. Weiss says: "The designation of Rabbi Kinhorn as the field worker of the Union is primarily due to the insistent demand of Jewish communities in the interior of the tountry to help stamp the tide of religious indifference throughout the country. The Union for many years has been laboring in the direction of stimulating greater spiritual efforts in reaching the Jewish youth in every part of the country. "The Orthodox Union maintains," Mr. Weiss continued, "that the teachings and practice of Judaism must be transmitted from generation to generation; for only in this manner can the all-embracing philosophy and code of human conduct, which is the glorious heritage of the Jew, be preserved not only for his own welfare, but also for the well-being of mankind." Kaganovich, Stalin's Pinch-Hitter. Named Soviet Transportation Commissar Moscow—Lazarus Kaganovich, the son of a humble Jewish leather worker from Homeland, now Stalin's chief lieutenant and "troubleshooter," has been given the important job of Commissar for Transportation. His most recent achievement was the building of the Moscow subway. Kakanovich who is still in his forties, is a member of the Soviet Politburo and chairman of the Moscow Soviet. Nazi Anti-Jewish Laws Become Effective in Saar Saarbrueckcn—A proclamation issued here by Joseph Beurcke!, Nazi commissioner for the Saar, announced that all of the antiSemitic laws, including the Aryan paragraph now in effect in Germany, become operative in the Saar at the very moment when this territory passes under German rule. The Jews still remaining in the Saar are apprehensive over their fate because the Nazi chieftains in the Saar are of the extremist wing. Spanish Jews Now Number Twenty Thousand Weinkle, Mrs. B. Kandle, Mrs. H. Rayvis, Mrs. Harry Dubler and Mrs. B. Warfield. Reservations may be made with any member of the committee. Junior Cantor Irving Ginsburg will be presented in a program of music as one of the features of the evening's entertainment. Mrs. Max Shapiro will giv? the invocation. Madrid—Spain now has a Jewish population of twenty thousand, equally divided between Sephardim and Ashkcnazim, according to a study made by M. Sanchez, Spanish sociologist. The largest number of Jews is in Barcelona, where 14,000 of them live. Woman Regional NRA Director New York—The distinction of being not only the only woman director of a state NRA Compliance Board, but the first woman to hold the dual post of state and regional NRA director, was won by Mrs. Anna B. Rosenberg when W. Averell Harriman, NRA administrative officer, appointed her NRA Regional Director for the state of New York. For the past several months she has been NRA state director, succeeding Nathan Straus, Jr.


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THE JEWISH fLORIDIAN FriA*7, March 15, 1935 -. ., ..... m j %  i. "• • ........ ... %  %  "" -an I I ': ~ % % %  I %  .%  %  1 %  %  '• ... : :i". -" : .; Barn Kaufmai MR Ben. %  Mn H : Mat %  SAKS-HFTH-AVENUE New YoA Linco n Road Miami Beach .3351 cr.c -• • • %  • %  i. Burdino's MIAM< — MIAMI IEACH %  -' %  %  F.7I0N: %  ~ iSOTHXB %  TVESDAT. Mart* Nineteenth. IS PI RIM THE FOURTEENTH OF ADAH WEDNESDAY. Mare* Twentieth. IS SHVSHAS Pl*RDL ADAR FIFTEENTH ...'.-. I I i I :: "MISH LOACH MANOS" AT Burdino's lrc : Section F arth Fl .: %  ; xoScA Street A C" / • Antoine oalons l ru •• %  %  %  •. • -• %  • %  %  • %  I i • ... ^ ..... % %  JL:ircssnj and rem Bi \X'a\ins ai %  • • i %  %  .M*r:i I '.'. rrth Avenue I aim Beach r.c-c~: : : fare" \nte ei ethod %  %  %  : %  %  %  : v. .• .--. ..-%  %  ::•' %  : %  • 2is: r.i. Ml i %  Sanitary Linen Suppi\ UMT M:: : n DEWEY LAUNDRY :i TAM1AJt. Now Tr> the Bet! SAM SCHECHTER*S OCEAN VIEW INN HI Drive and Second Street BEA H Strictly Kosher Meals s •-.: %  : .:-: i B --:..-;. y. (or Puwrer N* COODOCOCO %  %  %  • .. ; %  "' %  %  Tit I "Tru --. Institution of I-aundering and Dry Cleaning in the South" •• *-. GOLDEN INN • writ 1 L W. 37th St. FRF kGB MUSA ISLE* SEMTNOLE INDIAN VILLAGE : • •. ... ,., ... • •-• :• tmn A n Wnni i GIFTS :f %  d • I i rni Flwt • kt:Uirt %  %  %  f' 11 ** v.i.f kf nWi *f Ik' "'* iMla — %  •• \: %  VE Y"RK BREAD I ...,. %  M • 1-tk.r G*